Master in Evaluation and Contracting for Public Projects
Bogotá - presencial
The joint program between the Faculty of Economics and the Department of Administrative Law
The Master's Degree in Evaluation and Contracting for Public Projects provides detailed training on the contracting processes of the public administration with individuals, by analyzing the constitutional, legal and jurisprudential foundations, as well as the theoretical and practical elements for the formulation and evaluation of public projects, by deepening the understanding of public management, resources, their monitoring and evaluation.
The graduate of the Master in Evaluation and Contracting of Public Projects will be an expert in the legal aspects that regulate the contracting process, trends in electronic contracting, the management of the execution of contracts, the fundamentals of litigation resolution and claims, and will have extensive knowledge of economic and financial tools that will allow you to plan, evaluate and audit the procurement processes by the State more effectively.
Homologation plan of up to 30% for graduates of the Specialization in State Contracting.
Young Researchers Program: Periodically the Faculty of Economics links active students of the Faculty’s Master’s Degrees to the Young Researchers program, which is a job opportunity that allows them to participate directly in teaching or research activities with the faculty. This participation is independent of the existing relationship between the University and the student, derived from the academic enrollment.
Discount policy: Externado University has a discount policy for undergraduate and graduate graduates.More information here.
Participation in the different cultural activities (photography club, singing, capoeira, ceramics, oral narration, story Tuesday, among others that you can find HERE)
Guidance and counseling service
Medical Service- Mediexpress, with a previous evaluation by general medicine in the following specialties: Internal Medicine, Dermatology, Otolaryngology, Orthopedics, Optometry, Urology, Gynecology and Ophthalmology.
The academic load has been distributed in 49 academic credits to cover in two (2) years. To meet these objectives, the master’s degree requires intensive individual work to achieve synergy with the subject matter seen in the classroom and its interdisciplinary development.