Master´s Programs

Organizational Studies (blended)

Organizational studies have drawn from theoretical and applied fields such as organizational theory, organizational behavior, management and strategic planning. Our master’s program focuses on these theoretical contributions and provides extensive training in organizational research methodology.
Several models have been developed to identify organizational problems, to improve organizational performance, and to manage the way people live, learn and change in organizations. Our school teaches and discusses these models generated in and for the developed world and adapts them to the legal, demographic and market conditions of our region. The Master’s Degree in Organizational Studies at UCU is the first of its kind in Latin America and has been running successfully for ten years.

Graduate Programs

Organizational Communication (distance learning)

The Graduate Program in Organizational Communication, in its distance modality, is the first in the region. This program recovers the traditions of North American, European, and Latin American studies in public relations, corporate communication, and institutional communication. It is supported by the 35 years that The Catholic University of Uruguay has as a university in Communication and by 25 years of experience in the specific field of organizational communication.

It aims to train professionals capable of analyzing, directing and managing the processes of internal and external communication in any type of organization, whether public, private, for profit or nonprofit; it also aims to train professionals who can provide advisory services to diagnose and implement solutions to current requirements, with a high ethical commitment.

Courses are 100% virtual and with asynchronous activities: there is no established connection time. This makes it easier for students to manage their study times. The methodology behind course management is based on hands-on learning which is achieved through different activities (exchange fora, individual and group exercises, questionnaires, case studies, readings). It is a dynamic methodology which requires a weekly dedication of ten hours. All of this is supervised by a teacher who designs, facilitates, and provides personalized assessments during the course.

The graduate degree is an official qualification that enables students to continue to the Master’s Program in Organizational Studies.

We are pleased to share that, in postgraduate monitoring assessments, students and graduates are highly satisfied with the educational project, the solidity of teachers, and their accompaniment during the learning process.

Organizational Change (blended)

Change is a critical issue, but at the same time essential for the survival, strength, and growth of the organization. Internationalization, changes in the labor market, new technological requirements, uncertainty in current scenarios and markets—among other factors—cause organizations to go through and face rather profound changes.

Whatever the type of organization (public, private or not for profit), size or sector in which organizations operate, changes are challenges that combine expectations, resistance, gains, and losses for people. The human factor plays a key role in the success or failure of a change. Therefore, it is important to plan and to know the different points of view, the behavior, and the strategies to achieve the successful implementation that every organization seeks.

This postgraduate program aims to develop the professional skills students need to facilitate organizational change management. It has a “blended” modality (distance and face-to-face courses) that integrates theory and practice from studies and case resolution.

Duration: One year
Degree: Postgraduate Degree in Organizational Change
This program enables students to continue to the Master's Degree in Organizational Studies.