Economics and Finance (LEF)

Economics and Finance (LEF)


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Why study Economics and Finance?

Because in UNINTER you will receive in an integral way the theoretical and practical knowledge to understand the reality of the national economic structure and to be able to explain the place that this occupies in the dynamics of the processes of globalization ; exercising the commanding social character of the economic science with offers that manage to realize the beginning of equity and justice to improve the standard of living of the local and national population.

Economics and Finance are about decisions and decision-makers, consumers, employers, investors and policy-makers in government agencies and industry. The objective of both disciplines is to help decision-makers make better decisions so by studying economics and finance you may have the chance to have an important impact on the well-being of many people.


Course Guide for LEF Program
First Semester
Second Semester
  • Introduction to Economics
  • Basic Accounting
  • Basic Mathematics
  • Computer Studies
  • Investigation Methodology
  • Foreign Language I
  • Microeconomics
  • History of Economics
  • Differential Calculus
  • History of Economic Thinking
  • Finance Accounting
  • Foreign Language II
Third Semester
Fourth Semester
  • Macroeconomics
  • Intermediate Microeconomics
  • Integral Calculus
  • Human Development and Values
  • Descriptive Statistics
  • Foreign Language III
  • Intermediate Macroeconomics
  • Advanced Microeconomics
  • Finance Administration
  • Introduction to Quality
  • Inferential Statistics
  • Foreign Language IV
Fifth Semester
Sixth Semester
  • Advanced Macroeconomics
  • Social and Economic Development of Mexico
  • International Economics
  • Econometrics I
  • Elective I
  • Elective II
  • Econometrics II
  • Political Economics I
  • Finance Mathematics
  • Public Finance
  • Elective III
  • Elective IV
Seventh Semester
Eigth Semester
  • Finance Economics
  • Investment Project Assessment
  • Finance Engineering
  • Political Economics II
  • Elective V
  • Elective VI
  • Economic Mathematics
  • Monetary Theory
  • International Finance
  • Entrepreneurial Development
  • Elective VII
  • Elective VIII