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Doctorate in Law

Doctorate in Law

The doctoral program has been designed for lawyers who want to make an original, purposeful and scientific research monograph to serve as thesis.


The taught phase of the program is focused on a humanistic perspective of Law, taught by high level academics from Mexico and abroad.


The Doctorate in Law is directed primarily to professionals in Law with a vocation for academics in any field. The program is officially recognized by the Secretariat of Public Education.


Part-time program

Claustro de profesores

Nuestros profesores comparten la convicción de que la educación personalizada es la mejor manera de propiciar el auténtico desarrollo de la sociedad.


For information about financing, contact the program coordinator.

Perfil de ingreso

Master’s in Law or related fields

Perfil de egreso



The various currents of ius-philosophical thought

Understand historical and legal contexts

Have a deep understanding of the causes of legal modernity and its various trends

Understand how to perform serious, deep and propositional scientific research work




Analyze complex texts and argue logically and consistently

Write profound, structured texts, with defined goals and objectives

Develop critical and analytical research that provides knowledge of legal science

Integrate diverse areas of knowledge

Properly handle the existing legislation

Understand legal and social issues




Have a proactive approach to address the issue of environment.

Constant evaluation of ethical values applied to legal science, such as: honesty, tolerance and respect.

Entrepreneur initiative, creative and innovative.

Sense of service and contribution to the common good

Social Responsibility

Opciones de titulación

Research, develop, and defend a thesis.


Dr. Guillermo Antonio Tenorio Cueto

Academic del Carmen Badillo Méndez

Academic Coordinator


Graciela González


+5255 5482 16000 Ext. 5186



Doctoral, Plantel Augusto Rodin: SEP agreement no. 985162 at august 17, 1998