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Growth and development of the service market of virtual higher education in Mexico does not have government regulations governing the processes and resources necessary to execute academic virtuality; however, upon the need to run programs in this modality in the best manner possible to respond to the demand, the higher education institutions (HEIs) offering them have sought and implemented diverse practices that seem to take place only individually at each of these. This document presents the results and conclusions of an investigation that gathered evidence to test the operational similarities and differences among different schemes at the HEIs offering higher-level virtual programs and, through their analysis and comparison, determine those processes and elements in common that permit outlining the tacit operation of a virtual higher education system in Mexico

Sandra Luz García Sánchez

Doctora en Ciencias Administrativas Universidad Vasco de Quiroga,Facultad de Contaduría Pública y Administración

Rosa Amalia Gómez Ortíz

Doctora en Ciencias Administrativas Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Escuela Superior de Comercio y Administración
García Sánchez, S. L., & Gómez Ortíz, R. A. (2012). Outlining of the tacit operation of a virtual higher education system in Mexico. Cuadernos De Administración, 28(47), 65–76.