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Vision Empresarial Del Medico Veterinario


  • Rocha Valdez, Juan Leonardo
  • Avila Cisneros, Rafael


The National Association of Universities and Institutions of Education Superior reports for cycle 2006-2007, to the Veterinary Medicine race within the sector of Farming Sciences where 6 000 enrolled students of the total of 307188 students of the national population of education exist superior, representing a 2%. In agreement with national statistics the Veterinary Medicine is an area of opportunity for the future professional. I am applied a survey to the students withdrawn in degree process, in the University Antonio Narro, to know the needs the labor market in which one evolves. Of withdrawn in the last the 4 years, 36% of the population were evaluated, reflecting that 52% carry out workings focused to the administrative area, 41% realises technical functions of the race, 4% carry out studies of posgrado and distribute chair and a 3% were unemployed. Reason why it is necessary to redesign the curriculum including the needs that can be detonating in the labor success of the withdrawn one, honoring the Strategic Administration like central axis, helped by other administrative tools which they assure the knowledge acquisition with enterprise approach, agreed to the needs of the globalised world.

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  • Rocha Valdez, Juan Leonardo & Avila Cisneros, Rafael, 2009. "Vision Empresarial Del Medico Veterinario," Revista Mexicana de Agronegocios, Sociedad Mexicana de Administracion Agropecuaria, vol. 25.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:remeag:53117

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