As a result of the formation process, graduates will have the resources needed to conduct research projects autonomously.
By the end of the program they will have:
- developed the methodological and technical competencies to design and conduct research projects with solid theoretical grounding and a methodology that is consistent with the problem being addressed.
- learned to direct research projects in the field of their specialization in accordance with the lines of research offered by the program.
- learned to offer useful information for decision-making related to educational processes, programs, systems or policies.
- learned to generate new interpretations or explanations of educational issues.