Universidad Panamericana | School of Pedagogy Academic Offering Bachelor's Degree in Pedagogy CDMX

Pedagogy Program

The Bachelor's Degree in Pedagogy prepares experts in training and development who have the tools that allow them to transform any educational reality in the different learning stages of the person and in the different work environments.


The pedagogue of Universidad Panamericana is the expert in educational development that Mexico needs. He leads educational transformation through the development of people.

Main Certifications

This program is accredited by the Comité para la Evaluación de Programas de Pedagogía y Educación A.C. (Committee for the Evaluation of Pedagogy and Education Programs).

Bachelor's Degree in Pedagogy
  1. Mexico City


SEP 20190916 dated 4/25/2019, 2019 plan, school-based modality, Augusto Rodín site.


The student teacher is:


  • Creative: seeks innovative alternatives
  • Intellectually curious: seeks to learn at all times
  • Proactive: takes control and anticipates responses
  • With a spirit of service: seeks to help others
  • Critical: analyzes the surrounding situation in a comprehensive manner.


The graduate of the Bachelor's Degree in Pedagogy will be able to:


  • Educationally attend to individual differences and social needs.
  • Founding the principles of educational action
  • Adapt and implement didactic processes in accordance with the evolutionary stages.
  • Use critical, autonomous and reflective thinking through knowledge of pedagogical, developmental and learning theories.
  • Diagnose, plan, carry out and evaluate educational processes within a specific context through knowledge of that educational reality.
  • Make decisions to solve educational problems assertively.
  • Design educational models based on the problematization of reality.
  • Generate innovations in different areas of professional work based on their pedagogical identity.
  • History of Culture
  • Pedagogical Theory
  • Sociology of education
  • Pedagogical Argumentation
  • Shaping didactic thinking
  • Psychological bases of learning
  • Introduction to educational research
  • Writing and speaking techniques
  • Person and society
  • General history of education
  • Legal framework for education in Mexico
  • Quantitative research methodology
  • General Didactics
  • Learning theories
  • Integrated childhood development
  • Personality theories
  • Ethics
  • Metaphysics
  • Mexican Educational System
  • Qualitative research methodology
  • Teaching skills workshop
  • Educational guidance
  • Comprehensive adolescent development
  • IOS Laboratory
  • Theological Anthropology I
  • History of education in Mexico
  • Aesthetic education
  • Theory of knowledge
  • Didactics of lower basic education
  • Psychometrics
  • Integral development of adults and senior citizens
  • Introduction to educational policies
  • Theological Anthropology II
  • Philosophy of education
  • Attraction and selection of human talent
  • Didactic exploration laboratory
  • Didactics of higher basic education
  • Psychometric diagnostic workshop
  • Group psychology
  • Education policy in Mexico
  • Social Philosophy
  • Educational guidance in the family
  • Training and development of human talent
  • Learning assessment laboratory
  • Didactics of upper secondary and higher education.
  • Neurophysiology of learning
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Comparative education
  • Man and the Contemporary World
  • Project management
  • Educational model
  • Teacher training and evaluation
  • Special education
  • Education analytics
  • Elective
  • Elective
  • Professional ethics
  • Platforms for learning
  • Curriculum design and evaluation
  • Barriers to learning
  • Elective
  • Elective
  • Elective
  • Elective
  • Early stimulation
  • Labor Law
  • Knowledge management and dissemination
  • Playful applications for learning
  • Social pedagogy
  • Direction and management of educational institutions
  • Thesis seminar
  • Educational intervention in museums
  • Quality, evaluation and accreditation
  • Hospital pedagogy
  • Development of management skills and professional practice
  • Performance evaluation
  • Mexico's political, economic and social environment
  • Business creativity
  • Corporate governance
  • Justice and human rights
  • Political sociology
  • Decision-making
  • Leadership
  • Analysis and design of administrative processes
  • Formulation and financial evaluation of projects
International Exchange Network
  1. Katholische Universität Eichstatt-Ingolstadt
  2. Macquarie University
  3. University of Tasmania (UTAS)
  4. Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
  5. University of Sao Paulo
  6. Université de Moncton
  7. University of Regina
  8. University of the Andes
  9. Universidad Mayor
  10. University of La Sabana
  11. University of the Hemispheres
  12. Villanueva University Center
  13. Abat Oliba University
  14. Catholic University <i>"Santa Teresa de Jesús" de Ávila</i>
  15. Catholic University of Valencia
  16. San Antonio Catholic University of Murcia
  17. Complutense University of Madrid
  18. University of Almeria
  19. University of Burgos
  20. University of Navarra Pamplona
  21. University of Nebrija
  22. University of Salamanca
  23. University of Santiago de Compostela
  24. University of Seville
  25. The Catholic University of America
  26. Columbia University
  27. University of Minnesota
  28. DePaul University
  29. University of Asia & The Pacific
  30. Tampere University of Applied Sciences
  31. EM Strasbourg Business School
  32. Liverpool Hope University
  33. University of Southampton
  34. Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
  35. Chiba University
  36. Mykolas Romeris University
  37. Catholic University of San Pablo
  38. Catholic University Santo Toribio de Mogrovejo
  39. University of Piura
  40. San Ignacio de Loyola University
  41. Chaoyang University of Technology
  42. Providence University
  43. University of Montevideo
Forms of Qualification
  1. Degree by thesis
  2. Graduation by Ceneval Examination
  3. Graduate Degree
Admission Process
  1. Interview with promotion and admissions
  2. Ceneval EXANI-II Exam
  3. Interview by the School of Pedagogy
  4. Acceptance by the School of Pedagogy
  5. Admission letter delivery
  6. Registration Fee
  7. Undergraduate enrollment.

"I studied pedagogy because I wanted a career that would allow me to work directly with people and encourage them to improve their environment. Pedagogues have an enormous field of action. He or she is a visionary who brings educational solutions to every area of society.

Diego Roldán Jiménez, class of 2017, CDMX campus.

"Travelling through pedagogy has been fascinating because it gives you the opportunity to work with many professionals: architects, psychologists, engineers, economists, anthropologists, social workers...".

Cecilia Medina Gómez, class of 1976, CDMX campus.

"Studying pedagogy at UP has helped me develop and put into practice many skills: negotiation, empathy, leading high-performance teams and achieving goals. It has helped me to identify the needs of the institute, know the policies and disseminate them in the organisation.

María Soledad Flores, CDMX campus.

"I thank UP Pedagogy for giving me the tools, knowledge and values to understand the richness of the human being in all stages of life. As pedagogues we feel called to contribute to the improvement of society through education.

Lucía María Rosas Libreros, class of 2015, CDMX campus.

"I was looking for a career that would allow me not only to pursue my profession, but also to embark on a life project. UP gave me a wonderful training because it made me understand that no matter what field you are in as an educator, the person must always be at the centre.

Andrea Ponce Toledo, class of 2005, CDMX campus.

"I decided to study pedagogy at UP because it is the degree that best prepared me to dedicate myself to working for and with others. I dreamed of working professionally to make a change in Mexico. Education is undoubtedly the greatest opportunity for the growth of our country".

Alison González Andrade, class of 2019, CDMX campus.