Oaxaca de Juárez, Oaxaca, July 1, 2021. – With great success, the first generation of Master of Sports Science, graduated from the Autonomous University of Benito Juárez in Oaxaca, through the Faculty of Physical Culture and Sport (FCFD).
The new group of specialists has strong interdisciplinary training backed by research in the areas of physical activity, health promotion, training for high performance, and sports management and management.
In this regard, the director of the college acknowledged the great efforts and commitment of the graduates, who acquired scientific knowledge and technical knowledge, from an interdisciplinary perspective, and attention to the needs of the state and the national sports context.
For his part, the Director of the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences, Carlos Perezcamos Mayoral, who attended on behalf of the President of the University, Eduardo Bautista Martinez, said: “More than just an academic degree, you represent the values, principles and contributions of our university and are an indisputable part of building a better society, with a mission The constant is the exercise of responsibility.”
In his opportunity, the Director of High Performance of the National Commission for Physical Culture and Sports (CONADE), Victor Hugo de Lucio Avila, who was a graduate professor and godfather of the 2019-2021 generation, said that this training program is a national standard and will soon have a presence in other latitudes.
“This fact is historic, especially since CONADE participated in the development of the Curriculum Map, which ensures that the 22 teachers meet performance requirements in preparing and training teams, building selective processes or designing high-level competitions,” he said.
The event was attended by the Academic Secretary, Javier Martinez Marin, the College’s Graduate Coordinator, Luis Abel Solano Santiago, and the former Dean of the University, Abraham Martinez Alaves.
In the end, the CONADE representative was recognized, in recognition of his academic contribution.