The Council of Higher Education, at the end of 2011, outlined the Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology would be issued through the faculty of social sciences, a Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition from the faculty of medical sciences, and Technician for Coffee Quality from the faculty of Engineering.
The academic Vice-Rector, Rutilius Calderón expressed that
“this educational offering is creating and putting to work everything that is the new educational model of the UNAH, which means a more dynamic, interactive process in line with higher education in the 21st century”.
He acknowledged that the university has already planned the incorporation of new teachers to teach the classes, and at the same time, said that they will be professionals, with the skills and training required for these careers. Approximately 150 students are estimated to begin the new courses this year.