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Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo

Specialty in Business Management

Specialty in Business Management
  • Presentation

    Management professionals are called to develop skills and a proactive attitude towards changing their organizations, markets and even the way they interact with their societies. For this they need to have the best analytical approaches and cutting-edge tools, skills and attitudes, to optimize the quality of their decision making.

    In that sense, the graduate of the Specialty in Business Management may be the manager of gradual or disruptive changes, intervening both within his own area of ​​action and in multidisciplinary teams in companies and their value network, also developing resources and management processes of leadership and leadership, planning, organization, decision making, implementation, as well as supervision and control to generate competitiveness, innovation and entrepreneurship with social responsibility and transparency.

  • Goals

    The Specialty's fundamental objective is to develop professionals and entrepreneurs who aspire to actively participate in the management and organization of businesses, with ethical, strategic and effective leadership, to respond to continuous and complex changes in the market and in the preferences of the public. related.
  • Participant profile

    • University graduates of any career, in their first years of professional experience, usually practicing in initial or middle positions in organizations.
    • MIPYMES professionals and entrepreneurs with aspirations to improve their business management and organization skills.
    • Leadership attitudes and results orientation.
    • Functional management of English and information technologies.
  • Graduate profile

    Professional skills

    The program develops talents with strategic vision, analytical competencies and managerial skills, to create and offer distinctive proposals that add value from business, to the market and society.

    Develops talents to achieve excellent performance, by providing skills to guide organizations towards their effective viability and strategic sustainability.

  • Professional outings

    Professionals with responsibilities for management positions or corporate activities within organizations.

    Professionals from non-administrative disciplines who want to enter the labor field of Management.
  • Admission requirements

    Dominican graduate of Dominican university

    • Admission request
    • Photocopy of the identity card of both sides.
    • Certification and copy of university degree legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT.
    • Certification and record of original university notes legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT.
    • Medical certificate for academic purposes (with the name as it is on the identity card)
    • Receipt of Payment of the right to admission (non-refundable)
    • Two front photos 2x2.
    • Original birth certificate, certified and legalized.

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    • *: Only applies to Psychology careers, 2 + 2 Programs or **Industrial Design

    Dominican graduate of foreign university

    • Admission request
    • Photocopy of the identity card of both sides.
    • Photocopy university degree apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. (See "Important Note" in footer)
    • Record of original university notes apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. (See "Important Note" in footer)
    • Medical certificate for academic purposes (with the name as it is on the identity card)
    • Receipt of Payment of the right to admission (non-refundable)
    • Two front photos 2x2.
    • Original birth certificate, certified and legalized.

    Important notes

    - Documents that are not in Spanish must be translated.
    Legalizations
    • Member countries of the Hague Convention: If the country of emission belongs to the Hague Convention, it must make the apostille of the documents and their translations into Spanish in the competent institution of that country.
    • Countries that do NOT belong to the Hague Convention: If the country of issue is NOT within the Hague Convention, you must legalize the documents and their Spanish translations at the Dominican Consulate / Embassy of the country where they were issued and then by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Dominican Republic.
    • If the translation is done in the Dominican Republic, it must be done by a judicial interpreter and legalized in the Attorney General Office of the Dominican Republic.

    Graduated from INTEC

    • Admission request
    • Photocopy of the identity card of both sides.
    • Medical certificate for academic purposes (with the name as it is on the identity card)
    • Receipt of Payment of the right to admission (non-refundable)
    • Two front photos 2x2.

    Foreigner graduated from a foreign university

    • Admission request
    • Photocopy passport.
    • Photocopy university degree apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Record of original university notes apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Medical certificate for academic purposes (with the name as it is on the identity card)
    • Receipt of Payment of the right to admission (non-refundable)
    • Two front photos 2x2.
    • Original birth certificate apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page

    Important notes

    - Documents that are not in Spanish must be translated.
    Legalizations
    • Member countries of the Hague Convention: If the country of emission belongs to the Hague Convention, it must make the apostille of the documents and their translations into Spanish in the competent institution of that country.
    • Countries that do NOT belong to the Hague Convention: If the country of issue is NOT within the Hague Convention, you must legalize the documents and their Spanish translations at the Dominican Consulate / Embassy of the country where they were issued and then by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Dominican Republic.
    • If the translation is done in the Dominican Republic, it must be done by a judicial interpreter and legalized in the Attorney General Office of the Dominican Republic.

    To apply for the tariff in Dominican pesos:
    • You can send a proof of residence issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MIREX) and that it shows that it is valid for 4 years or more.
    • Foreigners with Dominican parents, must deliver the original birth certificate of any of them.

    Foreigner graduated from Dominican university

    • Admission request
    • Photocopy passport.
    • Certification and copy of university degree legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. 
    • Certification and record of original university notes legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. 
    • Medical certificate for academic purposes (with the name as it is on the identity card)
    • Receipt of Payment of the right to admission (non-refundable)
    • Two front photos 2x2.
    • Original birth certificate apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page

    Important notes

    - Documents that are not in Spanish must be translated.
    Legalizations
    • Member countries of the Hague Convention: If the country of emission belongs to the Hague Convention, it must make the apostille of the documents and their translations into Spanish in the competent institution of that country.
    • Countries that do NOT belong to the Hague Convention: If the country of issue is NOT within the Hague Convention, you must legalize the documents and their Spanish translations at the Dominican Consulate / Embassy of the country where they were issued and then by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Dominican Republic.
    • If the translation is done in the Dominican Republic, it must be done by a judicial interpreter and legalized in the Attorney General Office of the Dominican Republic.

    To apply for the tariff in Dominican pesos:
    • You can send a proof of residence issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MIREX) and that it shows that it is valid for 4 years or more.
    • Foreigners with Dominican parents, must deliver the original birth certificate of any of them.
  • Contact

    Coordinator Contact:
    Perla Cuevas, Ms
    Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo.
    Basic and Environmental Sciences Area.
    809-567-9271
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Description of the program

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Ingrid González, Ms

Level coordinator
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