Welcome to Spring 2018!
UAM College (UC) is revamping all its emerging career programs this semester focusing on the United Nations Millennium Development Goals and World Economic Forum top 10 skills for 2020. UC program’s humanistic approach to business and development are the way to the future!
UAM College's administrative and academic teams continue to impact Central America through fighting the brain drain and helping talented young men and women achieve their professional and human aspirations while studying in Nicaragua. This year we will remodeled our study plans to keep up with an ever-changing global stage.
During this Age of Accelerations and at the threshold of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, humanity’s creative power and imagination will take on the stage of business. In no other industry will you be able to see this more clearly than in the publishing business. Our Latin American region has produced some of the best writers in the world and yet our publishing business is in its infancy. Our landmark in this market is long overdue.
UAM College’s new Publishing for Business Minor is not about reproducing and printing. It is about editing great new narratives and turning them into business opportunities thus adding value to the arts, our local and global society, and our livelihoods. The world of publishing has much to offer to the entrepreneurial mind ready to seize unexplored options. Learn the business of publishing and open your window into the 21st Century.
UAM College (UC) is committed to supporting the 17 Global Goals for Sustainable Development. Since the year 2000, 189 nations have worked arduously to achieve unprecedented advancements in these areas of need. Today, we stand together with organizations, institutions, and businesses who share the same pledge of constructing a better world for all.
UAM College faculty and programs are deeply devoted to the sustainability and regeneration of our global society and planet as we consider ourselves true citizens of the world. No longer can higher education institutions dare prepare students solely to practice a function for their own economic well-being. It is high time for higher education to play a more significant role in forging leading professional citizens, ready to take on these challenges as they live wholesome congruent lives.