Bachelor Programs in Humanities and Social Sciences

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Humanities and Social Sciences

Bachelor Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is a broad category and can encompass a wide range of professional and academic disciplines. These programs are available throughout the world, from many different institutions in various countries with multiple study options. Bachelor of Art, Humanities and Social Science covers a myriad of themes such as linguistics, anthropology, philosophy, fine arts, political science, sociology, literature studies, theology, and many others. Within each of these disciplines, most Bachelor Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences programs allow for further specialization in a particular area of interest.

A Bachelor of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences degree is pursued by students seeking to enter into a variety of professions and many other degree programs require some of these courses to prepare students to be more rounded professionals. It is an exciting field that will challenge your mind and conceptions and allow you to explore a wide avenue of possibilities.

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Degree In Social And Cultural Anthropology

UNIBA Centro Universitario Internacional de Barcelona
Online Full time 4 years May 2017 Spain Barcelona

The degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology UNIBA created to respond to this challenge. His teaching plan allows students to know the human identity and its many cultural events in depth. The thematic range is broad, and covers aspects such as geography, kinship, economy, ethnography, art and religious manifestations, among other issues. [+]

Bachelors in Humanities and Social Sciences. INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES Understanding the complexity of human societies and cultures, will be aware of their wealth is a key to understanding and accepting diversity factor. A requirement that, in an increasingly globalized world, becomes an indispensable aspect as well as a transferable skill that brings significant added value to any professional profile. The Degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology UNIBA born to meet this challenge. His teaching plan allows students to know the human identity and its many cultural events in depth. The thematic range is broad, and covers aspects such as geography, kinship, economy, ethnography, art and religious manifestations, among other issues. Thus, participants gain a critical, advanced, multidisciplinary, specialist and researcher in the field of anthropology, with the help of teachers from the University of Barcelona (UB) base. With this curriculum: You will understand the social complexities inherent to mankind. You will master the key to carry out a comparative analysis of human societies. You will get a thorough understanding of the subject areas of social and cultural anthropology, concerning cultural diversity and the implications for the understanding and problem solving. You know the importance of field work endográfico as the primary method for collecting data that give rise to anthropological theories. You will acquire the knowledge and tools necessary for the practice of anthropology. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Recommended profile This program is aimed particularly at people who are interested in the social and cultural diversity and the multiple expressions, and the phenomena of multiculturalism own world today, as well as new situations of coexistence and conflict to lead. It is recommended that students have to acquire a critical concern, competent and committed to new social vision. It is recommended to have completed high school Humanities and Social Sciences. Students also must have a capacity of comprehensive and critical reading that allows the position and decide between different criteria. It also advises having an optimum level of English to being able to find the literature and basic computer skills for both the studio and the use of electronic resources. Entry Requirements Under Article 14 of Royal Decree 1393/2007 of 29 October, on the organization of official university studies, they can access these official teachings Grade persons who meet the requirements of current legislation for Access to university, and in compliance with applicable rules establishing procedures governing selection for admission to universities. The existing access roads to this degree are: Tests access to university or equivalent (PAU). Ciclos Formativos de Grado Superior, FP2 o asimilados. COU. University graduates. Entrance exams for over 25 years. Students from educational systems that applies Article 38.5 of the Organic Law 2/2006 of 3 May, on education. Recognition of foreign university studies (continuation of the same studies). GRANTS In order to provide you access to your studies, UNIBA offers you various types of scholarships: Academic merit scholarships Own scholarships: awarded to students with good professional record by the admissions committee. Scholarships and grants the Ministry of Education or other state government agencies. At all times our educational advisors will inform you of the validity of each and can guide you on the needs and steps to follow when applying for any of these scholarships. PROFESSIONAL OUTINGS Obtaining the Degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology entitles you to work in the following areas: Intercultural relations and cultural diversity: intercultural mediators, technical support health and educational personnel, social promoters and mediators, civic officers, social mediators. Ethnological heritage: conservative, technicians, editors of publications, knowledge managers, cultural facilitators. Territorial development and international cooperation: agents and social development technicians, managers and program evaluators, staff of aid agencies, intercultural mediators, experts in indigenous societies or local knowledge. Promotion and cultural management technicians, advisors cultural policy programs, forming cultural agents, cultural promoters. Teaching and research: secondary school teachers, trainers on cultural diversity, media partners. Basic and applied research. Social intervention. [-]

BA International Relations

Webster University Leiden
Campus Full time 4 years September 2016 Netherlands Leiden

Students of International Relations are given the opportunity to explore, critique and understand the social, political and economic interactions of our contemporary globalized world. The International [+]

Students of International Relations are given the opportunity to explore, critique and understand the social, political and economic interactions of our contemporary globalized world. The International Relations Program at Webster University Leiden is designed to prepare students for leadership and service in the international community. Students examine the great political powers, humanitarian issues and the dynamics of the global community using contemporary American and European approaches. Program Structure Webster University’s undergraduate programs follow the Liberal Arts system which is designed to provide students with a well-rounded education, and provide a broad background for their future career. Together with our Global Citizenship Program, students will be able to combine areas within their major with electives in other fields, allowing them to gain knowledge in different areas. International relations courses are taught by academics, political scientists, lawyers and ambassadors. Students are encouraged to take advantage of the study abroad possibilities within the Webster system and to pursue internship opportunities. The international nature of the faculty and the student body enriches this academic experience. Students experience international relationships firsthand on campus. Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the program, students should: - Be able to demonstrate knowledge of key subfields and theories of International Relations as a discipline. - Be able to identify major actors and institutions of international relations and to know their functions. - Be able to analyze international issues from perspectives other than their own. - Be able to display familiarity with foreign cultures and languages. [-]

BEng Digital Media Technology

Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
Campus Full time 3 - 4 years September 2016 China Suzhou

Media technologies are changing our world. Digital photography and video, music and virtual reality are just some of the technologies which you will learn about on this programme. [+]

Bachelors in Humanities and Social Sciences. Media technologies are changing our world. Digital photography and video, music and virtual reality are just some of the technologies which you will learn about on this programme. Students of digital media industries will become engineers with an understanding of hardware and software systems and how this knowledge can be applied creatively in the media and the arts. WHAT KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS WILL I ACQUIRE? By the time you graduate, you should: have a broad understanding of the hardware and software which support the digital media industries; appreciate the way hardware and software can be used creatively within the media industries; be able to use your knowledge and skills in the development of new and imaginative digital media projects. WHAT ARE MY CAREER PROSPECTS? The digital media industries are growing rapidly and there is enormous demand for creative and skilled engineers in, for example, internet development, the games industry and information systems management. UNIQUE SELLING POINTS This programme aims to develop in students a fundamental understanding of electronic engineering and computer science with emphasis on digital media technology. With Digital Media Technology, you will have: a fundamental understanding of electronic engineering and computer science with emphasis on digital media technology; great potential to aid society and improve people’s quality of life. WHAT WILL I STUDY? YEAR 2 At Year 2, you will acquire fundamental knowledge and practical skills, through the study of subjects such as: C AND JAVA PROGRAMMING DIGITAL ELECTRONICS ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS, TRANSISTORS AND AMPLIFIERS ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS DATA STRUCTURES VISUAL LITERACY AND VIDEOGRAPHY ALGORITHMIC FOUNDATIONS AND PROBLEM SOLVING HUMAN CENTRIC COMPUTING YEAR 3 ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS DIGITAL ELECTRONICS CONTINUOUS AND DISCRETE TIME SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS INTERNET PRINCIPLES COMPUTER GRAPHICS ANALOGUE AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS MICROPROCESSOR SYSTEMS INDUSTRIAL AWARENESS AND GROUP PROJECT ADVANCED OBJECT-ORIENTATED PROGRAMMING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE YEAR 4 RESEARCH PROJECT (2 semesters) MOBILE COMPUTING SIGNAL PROCESSING MULTIMEDIA INFORMATION RETRIEVAL AND TECHNOLOGY MULTIMEDIA SECURITY SYSTEMS PRINCIPLES OF COMPUTER GAMES DESIGN EMBEDDED COMPUTER SYSTEMS IMAGE PROCESSING ONE FROM: ADVANCED WEB TECHNOLOGIES SIGNAL PROCESSING AND DIGITAL FILTERING For more information on this programme, please click here. [-]

Bachelor in International Media and Entertainment Management

NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 4 years September 2016 Netherlands Breda

This English-taught professional bachelor's programme prepares you for a career in the media and entertainment industry. In 4 years’ time, you will become a... [+]

International Media and Entertainment Management

 

This English-taught professional bachelor's programme prepares you for a career in the media and entertainment industry. In 4 years’ time, you will become a manager in creative concept development, production techniques and marketing of entertainment products.

Creative and commercial

Do you want to invent a concept of a hit like ‘The Voice’? Can you integrate digital media into a big entertainment event to give it greater impact? What do you think makes a website unique?

After your graduation in Breda, you make the right choices with a combination of creativity, technology and commercial thinking!... [-]


Bachelor in Forensic Science

University of Tampa College of Natural and Health Sciences
Campus Full time 4 years September 2016 USA Tampa

The Bachelor of Science in Forensic Science degree is designed to prepare students for careers as forensic scientists. The core of the curriculum consists of chemistry and biology courses and a small [+]

Bachelor of Science in Forensic Science

The Bachelor of Science in Forensic Science degree is designed to prepare students for careers as forensic scientists. The core of the curriculum consists of chemistry and biology courses and a small number of criminology and criminal justice courses. Potential employers include local, state and federal crime laboratories and law enforcement agencies, such as the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE). The curriculum is enhanced by internship opportunities with the Tampa FDLE lab and the Hillsborough County Medical Examiner. The track also prepares students for graduate programs in forensic science, chemistry, biochemistry and health professional schools.... [-]


Laureate English Program for International Studies

Stamford International University
Campus Full time 3 - 4 years July 2016 Thailand Bangkok

The LEP draws on resources and experience made available to us by our world class partners in language teaching, assessment and quality assurance – Cambridge University Press, Cambridge English Language Assessment and Bell Educational Services. [+]

English proficiency is key for students to have successful careers and make valuable contributions to the development of their nations. At Stamford International University, we understand the pivotal role English plays in today’s world. That is why our International and Bilingual Programs are built to help our students achieve high levels of English language proficiency in the course of their studies. At the cornerstone of our language policy lies The Laureate English Program (LEP), an academic English program which prepares students for English-medium instruction (EMI) in both our International and Bilingual Programs. The LEP draws on resources and experience made available to us by our world class partners in language teaching, assessment and quality assurance – Cambridge University Press, Cambridge English Language Assessment and Bell Educational Services. By presenting our students with a clear pathway consisting of carefully structured levels of language development, we help students develop not only English skills, but the confidence to use them in their academic and professional lives. Program Highlights Qualified and experienced international teachers, dedicated to students’ success World-class teaching / learning materials Interactive classrooms Intensive, English-only environment State-of-the-art on-line study materials to support out-of-class study Continual assessment and feedback on student performance A curriculum that promotes 21st century skills Program Outcomes Upon completion of the program, students will be able to: Communicate effectively in spoken and written English in order to succeed in English-medium instruction at Stamford International University and in other higher educational contexts Achieve an overall English proficiency level of B2 on the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) Apply study and critical thinking skills in their university studies Collaborate with students from all around the world Develop general language awareness and an inclination for lifelong learning Structure and Requirements Our curriculum and its levels have been professionally benchmarked against the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) for languages – a widely used standard put together by the Council of Europe as a way of measuring language ability for different languages of the world. Our Foundation (and Pre-Foundation) levels provide the basis for continuation into both International and Bilingual Programs and aim to bring students to a basic operational level of language proficiency (A2). After having passed the Foundation level, students have 2 options: Continue studying English full-time and aim for entry into their chosen International Program delivered 100% in English from their 1st year. Enter the Bilingual Program and study English part-time while beginning their undergraduate studies in Thai-medium instruction and transitioning to English-medium instruction in their 2nd and 3rd years. The minimum level required in order to take a full-time load in EMI (i.e. to take all credit-bearing courses in English-medium instruction) is B2. This can be done after passing Academic Preparation 2 (ACP2) en route for the International Program or ACP 022 in the Bilingual Program. The minimum level required in order to take one approved course in EMI (i.e. to take one credit-bearing course carefully chosen with the help of the student’s advisor) is B1. This can be done after passing ACP 012 in the Bilingual Program. After students have completed the preparatory pathway and are ready for EMI, they extend the development of their academic writing, research and presentation skills through three college-level English classes: College English I (ENG 101), College English II (ENG 102) and College English III (ENG 103). Placement and Exemption Students wishing to enter International or Bilingual undergraduate programs who do not have proof of their English proficiency and those whose proficiency does not meet the requirements for entry into the respective programs are required to take the LEP Placement Test. The placement test consists of 3 components: An Online Objective Placement Assessment (Listening, Reading and Language Use) A Paper-based Placement Essay (Writing) An Interview (Speaking) According to results on the placement test, students are placed on the LEP pathway or are deemed ready for their academic studies in English (starting in ENG 101 or ENG 102). Once a student has been placed in a level, s/he must pass that and each subsequent level until s/he reaches the English proficiency needed for admission to her chosen undergraduate program. The only exception is with the Pre-Foundation level – this course is provided to support students who are not deemed ready to begin with the full Foundation level, but no pass/fail grade is awarded. Curriculum Features All LEP course are delivered by qualified and experienced EAP (English for Academic Purposes) teachers. We follow an active, communicative approach, believing that languages are best learnt in the contexts in which they are applied. Materials used in class have been carefully chosen to motivate learners all the while providing them with examples of the language and skills they will need to succeed in their academic and professional lives. All LEP courses also provide students with a state of the art online learning platform which give students a safe environment to support and consolidate their classroom learning. Video role plays and record-and-compare voice tools allow students to practice all language skills and receive feedback privately, which in turn builds confidence to try out these skills in the classroom and in real-life. Web 2.0 communication tools (forums, blogs, wikis) also provide students with opportunities to practice English beyond the classroom and develop core 21st Century learning skills. As part of their studies on the LEP, students also take part in activities such as extensive reading, collaborative projects, impromptu talks, writing portfolios, and work with authentic language. These additional curriculum features help our students develop through a variety of learning styles and promote independent, self-directed language learning. Assessment Assessment is carried out by all the LEP teachers who teach a student. Teachers draw on their extensive acquaintance with the student’s English abilities, the student’s attendance record and the student’s performance on in-class and out-of-class assignments, quizzes and tests to make their course assessments. Passing: In order to pass each level, students must: Achieve overall score of 60% on each course within the level. Have attended 80% of all classroom hours. [-]

Bachelor In Cultural Activities

Instituto Politécnico de Viseu – Escola Superior de Educação (ESEV)
Campus Full time 3 years October 2016 Portugal Viseu

Master specific scientific and technical knowledge of the cultural entertainment area [+]

Bachelors in Humanities and Social Sciences. Presentation Master specific scientific and technical knowledge of the cultural entertainment area; Acquire own competence in the procedures and methodologies for the creation and application-oriented projects for the interests of the cultural and social life by the creative and playful occupation in order to promote cultural literacy in a professional context; Developing activities able to stimulate and encourage individuals and groups, including establishing fruitful and conducive relations of personal and collective development; To promote participatory and reflective, flexible innovation and constantly updated training, which would promote a conscious and active involvement adapted to a demanding professional practice and becoming constant; Acquire technical, artistic and cultural skills for the development of interactive activities in terms of valences playful, artistic, cultural and social. Professional outputs: This course aims to train professionals whose plural competence, versatility and flexibility of the professional profile fits either the private sector or the performance of functions in municipalities, foundations, museums, libraries, artistic and cultural production companies, occupation authorities times free, educational services, tourism companies, private institutions of social solidarity, education centers and adult education, cultural and recreational associations, local and community development. Among others, the activities to be performed by these professionals may be: Cultural animator; Organizer and coordinator of cultural events; Exhibition organizer and coordinator; Artistic programmer; Producer of cultural events; Artistic director, commissioner, exhibition curator; Producer of performing arts. [-]

BA in Digital Media

HK PolyU School of Design
Campus Full time 2 years September 2016 Hong Kong Kowloon

This programme adopts the motto of “content is king” wherein “idea will always lead execution”. It trains content designers by giving them the necessary tools to compete in the world of digital media and digital entertainment. [+]

This programme adopts the motto of “content is king” wherein “idea will always lead execution”. It trains content designers by giving them the necessary tools to compete in the world of digital media and digital entertainment. Given intellectual property is a significant source for economic growth, having that winning idea means a chance of being placed in a commanding position. Aims and objectives The programme aims to produce idea driven content designers regardless of their disciplines. It rights the paradigm of confusing creativity based on ideas with fabrication based on technical know-how. With this in mind, students are also taught the necessary technical, entrepreneurial and analytical skills in order to become self-learning and self-enabling for the successful execution a given creative idea. Characteristics We facilitate personal growth in students through self-discovery, self-discipline, self-analysis and self-learning. We encourage independent thinking, successful positioning and inventive creation through contextual awareness, imagination, collaboration and knowledge application. [-]

Bachelor in Forensic Chemistry

University of Central Missouri
Campus Full time 4 years September 2016 USA Warrensburg

The future depends greatly on how people solve the world's problems, and problem-solving is what chemists and physicists do best. From medicinal chemistry to research in superconductivity, there are abundant opportunities in the sciences. [+]

Bachelors in Humanities and Social Sciences. The future depends greatly on how people solve the world's problems, and problem-solving is what chemists and physicists do best. From medicinal chemistry to research in superconductivity, there are abundant opportunities in the sciences. Why choose Forensic Chemistry at UCM? The program has modern, well-equipped computer laboratories in chemistry, as well as electronic classrooms. You will have access to audio-visual facilities and a library study area. There are opportunities for students to conduct research projects with faculty members. What will I study? The chemistry degree programs at UCM provide a balanced curriculum of classroom instruction and practical laboratory experience. As a student with a major in chemistry, you will receive extensive state of the art, hands-on experience with instrumentation, such as UV-Visible, FTIR, and FTNMR spectroscopy; chromatography (GC/MS/MS/HPLC); calorimetry; fluorometry; electrochemical analysis and others. Courses include: Criminal Evidence Forensic Science Genetics Molecular Biology What can I do with a degree in Forensic Chemistry? Ballistics Expert Drug Analyst Forensic Psychologist Homicide Investigator Medical Examiner Toxicology How can I get involved outside the classroom? At UCM, we value an engaging learning experience that includes student involvement and service-learning projects. In Forensic Chemistry, there are several opportunities to be involved: American Chemical Society Beta Beta Beta Sigma Pi Sigma [-]

Bachelor in Media and Entertainment Management

Stenden University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 3 - 4 years September 2016 Netherlands Leeuwarden

If you are curious, communicative and interested in the world of media and entertainment, look no further than the course in Media and Entertainment Management! [+]

If you are curious, communicative and interested in the world of media and entertainment, look no further than the course in Media and Entertainment Management! Enrol in a broad-ranging management course – a gateway to a career in media. Option to complete part of the programme abroad. Attend all classes in English. Learn all about working in cross-media. Career Graduates in Media and Entertainment Management have a wealth of career opportunities in the world of media and entertainment. You could end up working as a manager for a magazine or other publication, a media planner at a (digital) advertising agency or TV station, or start your own company developing cross-media formats. Exciting job 
As a media professional, you will possess highly developed conceptual thinking skills, be able to manage a creative team and know how to use the various communication media and technologies to which you have access. Get ready for an exciting career in a rapidly changing field! Careers Careers open to you after graduation include: Media Planner Media Manager Producer Online Marketeer Marketing Manager The course in Media and Entertainment Management teaches you how to think and work from a cross-media perspective. You will be trained as a specialist in these areas over the course of the four-year programme. First Year Introduction to the industry As a first-year student, you will discover various multimedia technologies and tools. You will take subjects such as statistics, management, media law, ethics, organisational theory and business economics, learning all about the practical side of the field by creating your own media productions. Second Year More in-depth study You will attend classes in media analysis, human resource management, marketing communications, brand management and concept development, while at the same time exploring the financial side and learning how to coordinate media productions. Third Year Specialisation and international opportunities You will have the opportunity to develop your management skills and knowledge of strategic management. Besides working on a media assignment for a client and supervising first-year students, you will specialise in a secondary concentration, known as a ‘minor’. You will also have the opportunity to embark on a six-month Grand Tour at one of Stenden's international campuses. Fourth Year Internship and final-year thesis In your final year, you will continue to specialise in your field and participate in an extended internship. You will complete the course with a final-year project which you can combine with your internship. Skills Problem-based learning (PBL) is a style of active learning in which you learn by solving problems, as well as develop your practical abilities, including verbal and written communication, conceptual thinking and English. You will chair meetings, take minutes, learn to think critically and come up with solutions together, which will give you the experience you need by the time you are ready to enter the job market. Open Day If you’re interested in learning more about the study programme Media and Entertainment Management, be sure to attend our Open Day and find out what it’s really like to be a student at our university. Specialisation Media and Entertainment Management covers a wide range of relevant and interesting topics. In your third year, you will have the option to specialise by taking a number of minors: these are electives in which you focus on a specific subject or expand your knowledge by taking an additional subject. This allows you to truly take charge of your education by ‘customising’ your course. You can take these minors at the Leeuwarden branch or at the Stenden campus located in South Africa (we call this the Grand Tour). You can also choose from minors offered by other courses and universities of applied sciences – this is all part of broadening your academic skills. Media and Entertainment Management minors, branch Leeuwarden: Music Management: You specialise in all aspects of music exploitation and learn what it’s like to earn a living working in the music industry. Intrapeneurship: During this minor you gain practical experiences which help you strengthen your professional attitude and be entrepreneurial within a self-elected (network) organisation. Integrated Digital Marketing (Thailand) During this minor you will learn how to develop a solid digital marketing strategy. You will be able to further strengthen your creative skills and develop new hands-on technical skills. The minor is offered at our campus in Bangkok (Thailand), a creative hotspot located in a region where two thirds of the world population lives. Next to the academic knowledge you will also be able to improve your intercultural and language skills. Admission requirements Academic Requirements To be admitted to one of the Bachelor programs you have to meet certain admission requirements. Stenden University of Applied Sciences recognizes the following general international qualifications: International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma or European Baccalaureate Diploma High School diploma from an accredited institution Four GCSE/GCE ‘O’ level passes plus two ‘A’ level passes Associate, Bachelor or Master Degree Furthermore some of our Bachelor programs demand additional entry requirements. The additional entry requirements can be found in the list of admissible diplomas. If your diploma is not mentioned in this list, please contact our Information and Registration Center. Language Requirements All non-EER applicants are required to submit an English proficiency test with their application. Exceptions are made for students, who have had their preparatory education in a country where English is the official working and educational language. The language requirements for EER students are the same as for Dutch students. If your diploma is mentioned in this list the additional English language test is not required. Stenden University of Applied Sciences accepts three kinds of official language tests: IELTS, TOEFL and the Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English. Academic IELTS 6.0 (with a minimum of 5.0 for each skill). TOEFL 550 (paper based), 213 (computer based) and 80 (internet based). Original test results must be sent directly from the Educational Testing Service to Stenden. The TOEFL institution code for Stenden is 9215. Cambridge ESOL score CAE-C. [-]

Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education

Northeastern State University
Campus Full time 4 semesters September 2016 USA Tahlequah Muskogee Broken Arrow + 2 more

All Early Childhood Education majors must complete the 4 x 12 requirements. Students will complete 12 hours in 4 areas: Communication Arts, Social Sciences, Math, and Science. In each course of the 4 x 12, students must receive a grade of “C” or better. [+]

Bachelors in Humanities and Social Sciences. Smart Choice is a model program developed by Northeastern State University. The unique blended-color logo and the Smart Choice slogan represent commitment on the part of NSU and participating two-year colleges to help students make a seamless transition from earning an associate’s degree to attaining a four-year degree in the program of their choice. Students wishing to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education must meet the following requirements: Student will have completed a minimum 45 hours and have a 2.75 overall Grade Point Average; ALL potential teacher education majors must show verification that they have taken, or are registered to take, the Oklahoma General Education Test (OGET) when they begin classes in NSU’s Professional Education sequence. Students may complete either an Associate of Science or Arts Degree. Within their Associate’s degree, students should complete the required prerequisites for their major. All Early Childhood Education majors must complete the 4 x 12 requirements. Students will complete 12 hours in 4 areas: Communication Arts, Social Sciences, Math, and Science. In each course of the 4 x 12, students must receive a grade of “C” or better. Course Sequence Communication Arts (12 hours required) ENGL 1113 Freshmen Composition I ENGL 1213 Freshmen Composition II SPCH 1113 Introduction to Speech Communication 3 hours Course in English, Literature, or Speech Social Sciences (12 hours required) PSY 1113 General Psychology HIST 2483 American History 1492 - 1865 or HIST 2493 American History 1865 - Present POS 1113 American Federal Government and Politics 3 hours Course in Geography, History, Social Sciences, Political Science, or Psychology Mathematics (12 hours required) MATH 1513 College Algebra or MATH 1413 College Algebra 9 hours Will be completed in the major requirements Science (12 hours required) GPS 1214 General Physical Science BIO 1214 General Biology SCI 4 hours Will be completed in major requirements *GPS 1214 or BIO 1214 must contain a lab experience. All courses require a grade of "C" or better. Zero level courses will not be accepted to fulfill 4 x 12 requirements. Language other than English (3 hours required) All Education majors are required to complete a three hour course in a language other than English. Semester 1 - Fall Semester EDUC 3113 Educational Psychology EDUC 3313 Clinical Teaching (Internship Required) READ 4023 Reading & Language Dev. Of Young Child SPED 4433 Intro to Education of Exceptional Children ECED 4113 Creative Expression for EC ECED 4313 Dev of EC Programs Semester 2 - Spring Semester READ 4043 Content Literacy K-8 ECED 4213 Cognitive Development of Young Children SCI 4214 Science in the Elementary School ELED 4323 Language Arts in the Elementary School Semester 3 - Fall Semester READ 4063 Intro. Reading and Writing Assessment ECED 4513 Organization and Implementations of Early Childhood EDUC 4032 Pre Internship (requires (4) on-campus seminars) EDUC 4832 Technology in Education Semester 4 - Spring Semester EDUC 4054 Elementary Intern Teaching EDUC 4056 Elementary Intern Teaching EDUC 4252 Seminar EDUC 4172 Assessment/Evaluation 16 week final internship plus 6 on-campus seminars Floater Courses Required Courses (but may select semester of enrollment) PE 4232 Motor Skill Dev of Young Chilren HFS 4213 Child Guidance ECED 4813 Birth to Two Development LIBM 4023 Materials for Children MATH 3413 Modeling: Geometry and Measurement MATH 3433 Modeling: Numbers and Operations MATH 3443 Modeling: Real Numbers and Statistics [-]

Bachelor of Early Childhood Education and Care

TAFE Illawarra
Campus Full time 4 years February 2017 Australia Shellharbour

TAFE Illawarra offers a unique Bachelor Degree for aspiring early childhood educators. With modern state-of-art facilities and strong ties with industry, TAFE Illawarra Shellharbour provides the very best for you to excel in their studies. With an on-the-job training focus, you will start working in a childcare setting during your studies. You will be exposed to real-life experiences at two of... [+]

Bachelor of Early Childhood Education and Care Supporting the development of a young child can be a truly rewarding career path. If you love children and want to have a positive impact on their growth, learning and development before school, then this is the course for you. Demand for knowledgeable child care workers is high in Australia and internationally. TAFE Illawarra offers a unique Bachelor Degree for aspiring early childhood educators. With modern state-of-art facilities and strong ties with industry, TAFE Illawarra Shellharbour provides the very best for you to excel in their studies. With an on-the-job training focus, you will start working in a childcare setting during your studies. You will be exposed to real-life experiences at two of TAFE Illawarra’s fully operational childcare centres located at our Wollongong and Shellharbour campuses. The course will allow you to develop the skills and knowledge in the areas of early childhood theory, practice, professional practice and leadership. You will experience planning and implementing developmental programs, preparing play and learning materials and helping children with their daily routine tasks and guiding children’s behaviour and social development. This is an industry-recognised qualification which will enable you to work in a variety of early childhood settings including long day care, preschool, integrated child and family services, early intervention services or as a Centre Director. The academic and theoretical content of this course is supplemented with practical work experience placement throughout the course which allows you to apply what you have learned in a real-world environment. The degree is structured over eight semesters, with full-time students required to complete five subjects per semester. [-]

Bachelor In Social Work

Instituto Politécnico de Viseu – Escola Superior de Tecnologia e Gestão de Lamego (ESTGL)
Campus Full time October 2016 Portugal Lamego

The Degree in Social Work aims to train technicians of Social Work / Social Workers, according to the definition in the National Classification of Occupations. [+]

Bachelors in Humanities and Social Sciences. The Degree in Social Work aims to train technicians of Social Work / Social Workers, according to the definition in the National Classification of Occupations. The training provided will be developed through the following structural dimensions of knowledge (knowledge, know-how and know-be), including: - Know and apply the conceptual frameworks of the human person, constructed by the various social sciences and humanities; -Know The social and societal, national and community reality; - Apply techniques, strategies, procedures and specific instruments of social work with individuals, groups and organizations, not only in optical remediative but also preventive; -Be Able to participate and lead the construction, development and monitoring of social intervention projects, global and specific; -Adotar A personal attitude of strict professional ethics and respect for human rights and social justice values, and be fully aware of the link between its role as a professional and the citizen, particularly as a social change agent; Develop skills of participation and teamwork leadership, an optical inter- and transdisciplinary; Develop a professional attitude and permanent updating of research, actively collaborating in research-action projects. In addition to these capabilities, the degree in Social Work must be able to communicate with various audiences, including: the presentation and discussion of information, ideas, problems and solutions; autonomy in learning and ability to critically reflect on their own practice and learn new skills on an ongoing basis; the ability to diagnose problems and use different qualitative and quantitative models in analyzing complex situations with a view to decision-making; the ability to integrate and work together, showing responsibility, initiative and tolerance; and the ability to act according to ethical principles and social responsibility. [-]

Bachelor Engineering Education

Ohio Northern University
Campus Full time September 2016 USA Columbus

Our engineering education major is the first of its kind in Ohio and one of the first in the nation. The program will prepare you to become a licensed secondary math teacher but with a specialized engineering perspective. You’ll receive a solid foundation in engineering, mathematics and education. [+]

INSPIRE THE NEXT GENERATION Our engineering education major is the first of its kind in Ohio and one of the first in the nation. The program will prepare you to become a licensed secondary math teacher but with a specialized engineering perspective. You’ll receive a solid foundation in engineering, mathematics and education. You’ll take core engineering courses and then broaden your engineering knowledge through five technical electives in your areas of interest. Our academic program is rigorous. Expect to work hard and be challenged. But there’s no need to stress, because we offer a supportive and collaborative environment. Your professors, fellow engineering students and ONU alumni will become your friends and family. They will help you succeed and open doors for you. The engineering education program blends challenging coursework with real-world learning. You’ll work on team projects and solve engineering challenges. You’ll go out into the community and the schools to work with children, introducing them to engineering with fun, hands-on projects that you design and develop. You’ll learn how to communicate effectively with all age groups and design projects, lesson plans and curricula. These skills are essential for every successful teacher. Upon graduation, you’ll become an ambassador for the engineering profession – ready to have a positive impact on young people and to change the world! OPPORTUNITY ABOUNDS SCHOOL DAYS, FUN DAYS Local schoolchildren claim it’s THE best day of the entire school year. And you’ll help plan it! The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Academy is a fun-filled day of interactive engineering projects. Schoolchildren – guided by ONU engineering students – get to do cool things like building batteries out of lemons and designing weight-bearing structures out of a deck of cards. As an engineering education major, you’ll play a lead role in the STEM Academy – designing curricula and dozens of hands-on activities to get fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders excited about engineering. ASEE CHAPTER ONU started the first – and only – undergraduate chapter of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). Members of this group sponsor guest speakers, participate in regional and national conferences, host fun social activities, and participate in STEM outreach programs. THINK SUCCESS TYLER HERTENSTEIN BS ’15 “THE BEST ASPECT OF THE ENGINEERING EDUCATION PROGRAM IS ITS DIVERSITY. I TOOK MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND CIVIL ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE CLASSES THE ENTIRE FOUR YEARS AS WELL AS MATH AND EDUCATION CLASSES. IT TAUGHT ME HOW TO BE A STRONG LEARNER WHO COULD MASTER A NEW SUBJECT IN A SHORT TIME. IT ALSO PROVIDED ME WITH THE OPPORTUNITY TO PURSUE A LARGE VARIETY OF CAREERS.” Tyler Hertenstein graduated with a Bachelor of Science in engineering education in spring 2015 and accepted a position as an engineering technology teacher at Pleasant Local High School in Marion, Ohio. While at ONU, he helped to plan the STEM Academy, traveled to the Dominican Republic to show local teachers how to integrate engineering into their lessons, and spent a summer at Olin College in Massachusetts working on a research project with engineering students from across the country. He also student-taught at Allen East High School in Lima, Ohio, and interned in web applications development at Plumbline Solutions in Findlay, Ohio. OUTCOMES AND COURSES SOLID OUTCOMES The math education component of our engineering education program is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). ONU education students have achieved a 100 percent passage rate for the past five years on the teacher licensure exam. 100 percent of our engineering education majors have found full-time jobs or enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation. COURSES You’ll need 128 credit hours to earn your Bachelor of Science (BS) in engineering education. We encourage you to use your elective hours to pursue courses or a minor that will align with your interests and passions. Here are some courses you’ll take as an engineering education major: Calculus Physics Communications in the Classroom Electric Circuits Computer Applications Development Across the Lifespan Educational Psychology Exceptional Learners Curriculum and Assessment Integrated Mathematics Methods Student Teaching [-]

Bachelor of Communications and Media Literacy

Wheelock College
Campus Full time September 2016 USA Boston

Mass media is one of the most powerful tools in use today—shaping our thoughts, attitudes, and behaviors. The ability to critically analyze, craft and deliver information using a variety of media—print, TV, radio, and the web—are important and highly marketable skills in fields ranging from education and nonprofits to business and government. [+]

Bachelors in Humanities and Social Sciences. Mass media is one of the most powerful tools in use today—shaping our thoughts, attitudes, and behaviors. The ability to critically analyze, craft and deliver information using a variety of media—print, TV, radio, and the web—are important and highly marketable skills in fields ranging from education and nonprofits to business and government. Through this major, you will learn about the power of media, become media literate, and learn how to create compelling communications to educate, inform, motivate, and mobilize people to promote positive change for children, families, and society. Program Options The Media Literacy track is for students interested in careers working with children and families, where it will useful to educate youth to be media-literate. In addition to this Communications major, you'll complete a professional major in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Special Education, Social Work, or Juvenile Justice and Youth Advocacy. This track: Empowers you to understand and foster media literacy in a global context. Prepares you for work in schools, libraries, and nonprofits. The Media Production track is for students who aspire to a communications career requiring strong hands-on skills in content development and production for print, video, and digital media. This track: Offers internships for practical experience and access to the job market. Delivers a strong foundation in media production techniques and tools with an emphasis on using media production to improve the lives of children, families, and communities. In addition to this Communications major, you can also choose to complete a professional major in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Social Work, or Juvenile Justice and Youth Advocacy. Potential Internships Press Pass TV Institute of Contemporary Art Fast Forward Media Program Boston Center for Youth and Families Project HIP-HOP Boston Youth Organizing Project Youth Workers Alliance Media and Technology Charter High School Boston Public Schools TV and radio stations Production Tools & Software You'll Learn PC and Mac OS • Adobe Photoshop • Adobe InDesign • Final Cut Pro video editing • Motion 3D motion-graphic software • Reason digital music creation software • Protools sound engineering • Flash • Dreamweaver • scriptwriting • blogging and vlogging • video editing • digital music creation • sound editing • basic web design • speech writing • storyboarding • animation • camerawork • writing for video and the web • pre- and post-production for video and the web. Potential Career Opportunities Blogger • Community organizer • Conference producer • Librarian • Teacher • Public relations • Media educator • Political campaign worker • Peace Corps trainer • Customer relations • Youth advocate • Social worker • Corporate communication specialist • Digital media producer • Producer • New media coordinator • Flash designer • Documentary film maker • Interactive media producer • Copywriter • Social media manager • Video editor [-]