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Santo Domingo • Economics • Law • Political Science • Architecture • Cultural Studies • Theology, Religion • Medicine, General, Internal
In structure, the school followed the model of the University of Alcalá de Henares. The university organized its offerings into four schools: Medicine, Law, Theology, and the Arts. Today, the University has expanded to eight schools: Humanities, the Arts, Law and Political Science, Health Sciences, Economics and Social Sciences, Science, Engineering and Architecture, and Agricultural Sciences.
Santo Domingo • Business • Communication
The university currently contains over 5,000 students and 250 faculty members. It is one of the private universities in Santo Domingo, but it is commonly known as "La Católica", and its population is mostly middle-class students who work and study full-time, and pay their own tuition. The professors are good, and most of the classes are relatively small, so it ensures individualized attention in the learning process. It is mostly known for its Education program, and its Business Faculty, recently also the faculties of both Communications and Publicity [Advertising] have been gaining their place in the university market.
Faculties: Diplomacy and International Relations; Odontology or Dentistry; Engineering system; Architecture; Economics; Psychology; Faculty of Law; Tourism; Social communication; Administration; Physiotherapy, Marketing...
The University has a sport department which they look forward to have completely developed with a tremendous soccer team (currently Prof. Jaime Paez head coach, Lendz Heriveaux coach assistant and Serge Junior Fecu captain); it also has a basketball team; then a Volleyball one. After the creation of the soccer team, they have participated in some nearby tournaments, such as the one done by the Sports Ministry(inter Universities) and they ended up having the most valuable player of the whole tournament in the name of Stephano Reyes. They right after ended up at the second position in another tournament done by the Universidad Tecnologica de santiago (UTESA). The team has a stunning diversity, combined with some motivated Haitians, in the majority, Dominicans, Venezuelans and Colombians. They play both Futsal and regular soccer (big field).
Villa Altagracia • Electrical, Electronic • Mechanical Engineering
In the United States, the California medical boards has listed UNIREMOS as an institution whose graduates are ineligible for licensure.
Santo Domingo • Business
Intec college offers 300+ courses. They are divided into schools, including the Business School, Technical Studies, Vocational School, and others. They claim more than 120,000 active students, and have students ranging in age from 14 to 90.