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Undergraduate Policies and Regulations

Undergraduate Policies and Regulations

Since its foundation, Tecnológico de Monterrey has defined the regulations that guide its students, regarding the expected academic standards and conduct both inside and outside the classroom.

In this way, the Institution, committed to academic quality, disseminates its governing regulations among students and the community, within the framework of the principles and values described in the Mission.

Graduation Requirements

In order to obtain an undergraduate degree at Tecnológico de Monterrey, students are required to have:

  1. Fulfilled, in accordance with the effective regulations, the academic prerequisites of the corresponding curriculum, by means of the initial evaluation or the introductory-level units.
  2. Completed all the educational units in the corresponding curriculum, including Tec Weeks, either by passing all of them at Tecnológico de Monterrey, or by obtaining revalidation or equivalency agreements, in conformity with the corresponding regulations, for some of the educational units with studies completed at other institutions and passing the remaining educational units at Tecnológico de Monterrey.
  3. Demonstrated the level of proficiency established by the Institution in the competencies defined in their curriculum.
  4. Completed and passed at Tecnológico de Monterrey at least 50% of the academic credits that comprise the curriculum. This rule can be flexible for programs that, through an agreement, are created in conjunction with other universities.
  5. Completed their social service in compliance with the legal precepts in force and the corresponding social service regulations.
  6. Taken the external exam authorized by Educational Innovation and Academic Norms Vice Rector, to evaluate the knowledge and skills acquired during their undergraduate program. This requirement applies solely to students from the undergraduate programs for which these exams exist. The result of this exam will be recorded on the student’s transcript. Students from the undergraduate programs for which this exam does not exist must take the capstone exams designed for this purpose. This requirement applies only to students from the undergraduate degrees for which these exams exist.
  7. Demonstrated a B2 level of proficiency in the English language according to the Common European Framework of References for Languages (CEFR) in one of the tests authorized by the Academic Vice Rectory.
  8. Fulfilled any additional requirements established in their program and authorized by the Office of the Educational Innovation and Academic Norms Vice Rector.
  9. Students who incur in an academic integrity violation during their final academic period, be it semester, trimester or intensive, must comply with the measures determined by the corresponding Committee, otherwise, through such noncompliance, they will delay their graduation process, as stipulated in Article 9.4.

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