Industrial relations and human resource strategies
Business development and workplace quality
What do you study?
In Industrial Relations you learn about strategic business direction, advanced human talent management, principles and methods of organizational development, and the social responsibility of businesses, in order to improve workplace quality and support the sustainable growth of organizations.
By studying at ITESO:
You join a Business School with a perspective of human leadership and social commitment, where your learning is guided by highly regarded academics, consultants and executives with extensive teaching experience.
Your formation takes place within the framework of a flexible study plan designed to develop competencies for strategic direction and management; you customize your learning with elective courses from any of ITESO's study plans.
You participate in conferences, and form part of the National Association of Industrial Relations Students.
You study in a program accredited by the Accreditation Council for the Teaching of Accounting and Administration (Caceca, in its initials in Spanish).
You form part of the Jesuit University of Guadalajara
You sign on to the largest global university education project in history: Jesuit education, with over 450 years of experience at the forefront of thinking and action in the world.
You belong to a cohort of a million and a half students who study at 230 universities located on all the world's continents.
You take part in a local educational proposal that includes over 30,000 graduates; 12,000 current students; 2,000 professors, researchers and staff— an institution of higher education that aims to transform the region into a more equitable and cleaner place.
You learn in a stimulating student environment, on a green campus with smart buildings, open-air workspaces, bike racks, network services, athletic facilities, and a library with more than 530,000 printed items and over 170,000 items in its digital collection.
| || Administrative personnel control || Attracting and integrating talent || Business management || Administrative mathematics || Oral and written communication || Personal university project || English || |
| || Talent development || Labor sociology || Legal framework of businesses || Business statistics || Social historical context || Handling information and numerical data || English || |
| || Workplace performance management || Organizational behavior || Social responsibility and labor relations || Economics || Knowledge and culture || Ethics, identity and profession || English || |
| || Compensations and benefits || Collaborative labor systems || Labor law and social security || Financial information || Innovation and entrepreneurship || Course of contemporary ethical challenges I || Course of contemporary ethical challenges II || English |
| || Human capital project || Executive skill development || Safety, health and the environment || Comprehensive marketing || |
Management information systems
| Elective || Elective || English |
| || Strategic personnel planning || Integrated human resource systems and social responsibility || Business models || Costs for decision-making || Elective || Elective || || |
| || Strategic administration || Social responsibility project || Quality management || Financial management formation || Elective || Elective || || |
| || Organizational consulting || Professional application project I || Elective || || || || || |
| || Global trends in human capital || Professional application project II || Elective || || || || || |
| || Human capital || || Social responsibility and labor relations || || Organizational development || || Projects || || Business and administration || || Universitycurrículum || || Complementary knowledge || || Languages* |
| * If you fulfill english languaje requirement ITESO requests, is not necessary take the course; if you want study another languaje ITESO offers like french, italian,german or chinese. |
Armando Sánchez Muñiz
Tel. 3669 3406
Tels. (33) 3669 3535
01 800 714 9092