Our virtual community

Through a standardized teaching model, the UniSanitas E-Sanitas Virtual Community it responds to the updating content and training needs.


  • Develop the skills of our staff members who contribute to the achievement of the strategic objectives of Sanitas.
  • Promote a culture of knowledge within the organization and ensure that it reaches all organizational areas. 
  • Invest in learning that impact business and increase the productivity of our companies versus the market.

Educational resources:

  • E-Sanitas Virtual Center for education: oriented to provide education and training to those professionals interested in permanent training.
  • E-Sanitas Virtual Center and Fundación Universitaria Sanitas (Unisanitas): non-formal education as diplomas and courses (e-learning, b -learning) and informal education (seminars and congress) thanks to the Schools of Medicine, Nursing, Psychology and Business Administration.


The Medicine program seeks to develop a curriculum where the teaching-learning process is organized from clearly defined and measurable training objectives combining global knowledge and professional and work experiences during the learning process. 

  • Medicine I Life beginning ans progression: Shape; Energy; Signs
  • Medicine II Life maintenance: Molecular biology development and heritage; Metabolism; Immune system
  • Medicine III Life maintenance: Nervous system; Neuroendocrine system; Locomotor system
  • Medicine IV Life maintenance: Thorax and Cardio-respiratory system; Acid base balance, abdomen and digestive system; Pelvis, Renal and genitourinary system
  • Medicine V Life threats and defenses: Pathology, Pharmacology and Diseases; Immune response to disease; Epigenetic and clinical applications
  • Medicine VI Adult and senior adult - Emergencies: Metabolism and circulatory disorders; Genitourinary and respiratory alterations; Mental health
  • Medicine VII Adult and senior adult - General practice: Reasons for frequent consultation; Infectious diseases; Gastrointestinal alterations and others
  • Medicine VIII Adult and senior adult - Emergencies: Trauma and burned; Infections and intoxications; Heart diseases, basic acid and electrolyte abnormalities
  • Medicine IX Reproductive adn materno fetal medicine: Gynecological health; Reproduction and normal pregnancy; Maternal-fetal medicine
  • Medicine X Child and adolescent health: Newborn’s health; Frequent consultation; Growth and development
  • Medicine XI Child and adolescent health, legal medicine, health management: Hospitalized child; Pediatric urgencies; Legal medicine and health administration


The Nursing Faculty is focused on strengthening research as a source of knowledge, applying creative and new capacities in order to resolve society’s problems. The objective of our nursing programs consists on train nursing professionals able to identify, analyze and resolve specific health problems or situations applying scientific knowledge to professional practice in order provide a quality and high technological nursing care based on ethical values.

  • Nursing I Origin of life: Nursing introduction; Biopsychosocial basis I; Biopsychosocial basis II
  • Nursing II Health disease process I: Nursing basis I; Biopsychosocial integration III; Biopsychosocial integration IV
  • Nursing III Health disease process II: Nursing basis II; Biopsychosocial integration V; Biopsychosocial integration VI
  • Nursing IV Nursing care of adults, seniors and their families I: Nursing care in hospitals; Careful nursing at home environment; Careful nursing in the surgical field
  • Nursing V Nursing care of adults, seniors and their families II: Careful nursing in public health and primary health care; Careful nursing in urgencies and emergencies; Careful nursing in mental health and psychiatry
  • Nursing VI Nursing care of pregnant woman, newborns and their family: Women and partner care; Mother and family care; Mother, newborn and family care
  • Nursing VII Child, adolescent and family nursing care: Children’s health promotion and maintenance, growth and development care; Child and teenager care at hospital; Teenager and his/her family care
  • Nursing VIII Integral nursing care management: Nursing and health worker’s health management; Consolidation in clinic knowledge; Consolidation in collective knowledge



The formation in Psychology proposes an innovative educational model through which intends that the student how to learn, develop critical thinking, solve problems, work in groups and establish relationships between the theoretical content and real-life situations where they need to apply and demonstrate their knowledge. From a disciplinary approach, it is remarkable the emphasis in Psychology and Health, understanding the latter as the priority in any psychologist’s professional performance who will have to favor the development of human potential, psychological well-being and life quality.

  • Psychology I History of Psychology: History of Psychology I; Neurosciences basis I; Psychological process I
  • Psychology II Biopsychology: History of Psychology II; Applied Neurosciences I; Psychological process II
  • Psychology III Psychosocial: Individual and society; Applied Neurosciences II; Psychological process III
  • Psychology IV Human development: Life development and cycle; Psychological evaluation; Individual psychology
  • Psychology V Psychological evaluation and diagnostic: Psychological health; Psychological measurement and evaluation; Applied psychology I
  • Psychology VI Education and sport context: Applied psychology II; Optional I; Professional practice I
  • Psychology VII Social and Organizational Community: Applied psychology III; Optional II; Professional practice II
  • Psychology VIII Health clinic and legal context: Applied psychology IV; Optional III; Professional practice III


The Administration program is based on the integral formation of people, starting from problem-based learning, critical thinking model differentiator, providing generation, analysis, evaluation and strategical capabilities, including several business skills and bargaining power. 

  • Administration I Administration and Organization: Introduction to the Administration; Theory and history of organizations; Socioeconomic development; Public administration; Business practice; Business strategy; Workshop of project of degree; Graduation project; management game
  • Administration II Economy and Finance: Macroeconomics; Microeconomics; Financial Accounting; Finance I; Finance II; Management accounting
  • Administration III Mathematics and Statistics: Mathematics of leveling; Calculus I; Calculus II; Preparation and evaluation of projects; Marketing and international business
  • Administration IV Marketing: Marketing I; Marketing II; Preparation and evaluation of projects; Marketing and international business
  • Administration V Human Management: Human management; Organizational change and design
  • Administration VI Computer: Use of office management package; Models simulation and data management; Business information I; Business Informatics II
  • Administration VII Communication: Business communication; Interpersonal relationships and teamwork
  • Administration VIII Law: State and citizen rights; Business law
  • Administration IX Philosophy and Ethics: Ethics, individual and society; Business ethics and social responsibility