The main campus located in Cuernavaca encompasses an area of 56,000m2 (approximately 12 acres) and houses the majority of the academic programs offered by the INSP. It has several buildings that include administrative offices, cubicles for researchers, a library, a cafeteria, an auditorium, laboratories, meeting rooms, lounges, an animal house and insectarium. The academic spaces are distributed throughout the lower levels and first floor of the building, with a total of 15 classrooms that are shared by all programs and distributed each semester by the Academic Affairs Department. The main building also has two seminar halls and a computer laboratory. The lower level has several classrooms, an auditorium and the lower level of the library. Students frequently use the library, the cafeteria and one meeting space near the classrooms area to develop collaborative work.
The Mexico City campus, where programs in the executive format takes place, encompasses an area of 11,000 m2 and has four buildings (4,000 m2 of interior space) that include administrative offices, cubicles for researchers, five classrooms, an auditorium that holds 100 people, a multiuse room, a computer lab for 25 users, a library, and a parking lot for 100 vehicles.
The Regional Public Health Research Center (CRISP), located in Tapachula, encompasses 9,000 m2 with 2,800 m2 of interior space. It includes a classroom, eight laboratories, two animal houses, two insectariums, a library and offices. Online courses are supported by technological infrastructure housed at the Cuernavaca campus.
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