Universidad de Occidente is the second institute with the largest educational coverage at university degree level in Sinaloa state.
Nowadays, this institution has 8 campuses (Los Mochis, Guasave, Culiacán, Mazatlán, Guamuchil, El Fuerte, Escuinapa and El Rosario) all around the state.
At the beginning, the Universidad de Occidente used to offer bachelor’s degree only in 2 fields of study.
And in these days, it has increased up to 18, which are: bachelor of business administration, computer science, marketing, accounting and finance, tourism management, psychology, communication, laws and social science, government and public management, civil engineering, industrial and systems engineering, environmental engineering, biology, nursing, and music.
The academic supporting and an intensive cultural and sporting activity are the best way to contribute the growth of Sinaloa”.
As postgraduate degree the Universidad de Occidente offers 6 Masters, which are: Business Administration, Human Development, Information Systems, Public Policy and Management, Clinical Psychology, and Tourism Management. It also offers 3 PhDs, which are: Administrative Sciences, Tourism Management, and Biotechnology.
By doing this, UdeO fulfills its commitment to Sinaloa and Mexico.
How was this Virtual Tour made
In a cool January afternoon, around 5:30, when starts the “golden hour” in which the colors magenta, yellow and orange are stood out the sky, from the outside I took a picture of the beauty and modern auditorium building of Universidad de Occidente.
Inside, the artificial lighting highlights, generated with first world class equipment operated by technicians from Sinaloa, creating a very pleasant setting. Using a long exposure bracketing with 3 images separated by two steps one from another and then using channels to create selections the picture was done.
The group photo was also processed by using bracketing, and the same exposure to make the selections of images so that the students didn’t look blurred or with closed eyes.
English language translation made by Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa through the collaboration of Centro de Estudio de Idiomas Culiacán