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Pedro Pablo Rosso

2000-2010

 

Pedro Pablo Rosso was Rector for two periods. During the first, which began on March 11, 2000, he based his development plan on the Apostolic Constitution of Catholic Universities, "Ex Cordae Eclesia", resulting in the Development Plan 2000-2005.
The Plan de Formación General (General Studies Plan) begins, which allows students to take courses from other degree programs. That same year, the Programa de Políticas Públicas (Program of Public Policy) was initiated. In 2004, the Comisión Nacional de Acreditación de pregrado (National Committee of Undergraduate Accreditation) gave UC institutional accreditation for 7 years, the highest number possible.
By the end of 2004, Rector Rosso was designated for a new academic period of five years by the Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Santiago of Chile and the Chancellor of the University, Archbishop Francisco Javier Card. Errázuriz Ossa began his new period in March, 2005. Two years later, the first generation of students who could take the General Degree Program entered the University.

 

Pedro Pablo Rosso was President for two periods.  For his first period, which began on March 11, 2000, he based his Strategic Development Plan 2000-2005 on the Apostolic Constitution Ex Corde Ecclesiae.

The Plan de Formación General (General Studies Plan) was implemented, allowing students to take courses from other degree programs.  That same year, the Programa de Políticas Públicas (Program of Public Policy) set off.   In 2004, the Comisión Nacional de Acreditación de Pregrado (National Committee of Undergraduate Accreditation) granted UC institutional accreditation for 7 years, the maximum possible period.

By the end of 2004, the Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Santiago and the Chancellor of the University, Archbishop Cardinal Francisco Javier Errázuriz Ossa, designated President Rosso for a new academic period of five years.  Two years later the University received the first generation of students that were to take the General Degree Program.