Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia (UCAM) University

The Universidad Católica San Antonio ("Saint Anthony Catholic University"), also known as the Universidad Católica de Murcia (UCAM), is a private university located in Murcia in south-eastern Spain.


The Universidad Católica San Antonio ("Saint Anthony Catholic University"), also known as the Universidad Católica de Murcia (UCAM), is a private university located in Murcia in south-eastern Spain

In 1978 Pope John Paul II promulgated the Apostolic Constitution Ex Corde Ecclesiae, which made allowance,for the establishment of Catholic universities by laypersons. Prior to Ex Corde Ecclesiae, only clergy and religious, along with affiliated institutions such as regional episcopal conferences and religious societies, were authorized under canon law to found institutes of higher learning under the patronage of the Roman Catholic Church. The document reflects the directives of the Second Vatican Council, which called for increased lay participation in the Church’s liturgical and administrative life.

UCAM offers study of undergraduate degrees and graduate degrees (includes Master’s programs and Ph.D. programs) in areas of:

Arts and Humanities
Architecture
Health
Sports
Communications and Social Studies
Business and Legal Studies
Nursing
Engineering

Schools of University:

School of Health Sciences and Physical Education
School of Social Sciences and Communications
School of Business and Legal Studies
School of Engineering

Facilities:
UCAM’s Teams
High Performance Sports Research Center
Infrastructure And Sports Facilities
Condomina Stadium(football stadium)

Location

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