Bachelor Programs in Professional Studies

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Professional Studies

An individual who earns a bachelor’s degree makes an important move forward in professional and academic advancement. The sense of personal satisfaction and confidence is compounded by the new opportunities that are typically available to a graduate.

What is a Bachelor in Professional Studies? This type of degree program focuses on the combination of theory and practice. It typically includes training in applicable standards and services within the profession. The primary focus is to prepare students for practical work in their field of choice. Professional fields often have a high level of competition, so it is essential that graduates are ready to apply their education in a real world environment.

Upon graduation, a student with a professional studies education may anticipate finding advantageous employment based on the knowledge and skills learned. This is especially true of professional degrees because of the emphasis on technical training. Individuals generally discover that they are in high demand within their chosen occupation.

The cost of a professional studies degree varies widely. Before enrolling in a program, individuals are encouraged to research the institutions and offerings thoroughly to ensure that academic goals will be met. Contacting the admissions office is the first step toward learning what expenses are involved in the major.

Career opportunities for graduates vary due to the differences between programs. Many universities offer practicum or internship opportunities to further their students’ potential for a flourishing career that provides room for advancement. In fact, professional studies are often beneficial for those already employed in their career field. Any career requires specific skills and abilities, and earning a bachelor’s may be the key that opens the door to a lifetime of success.

Distance learning classes often allow individuals to achieve a degree even when there are no educational institutions in their area. To learn more, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Bachelor in Liberal Studies

William Peace University
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 USA Raleigh

The Liberal Studies major does more than give students skills for the workplace, it prepares them for life by teaching them to become thinkers and learners. This program steps outside the confines of the typical classroom experience and offers students choices and flexibility as they dig deeper into important issues facing society. [+]

Bachelors in Professional Studies. The Liberal Studies major does more than give students skills for the workplace, it prepares them for life by teaching them to become thinkers and learners. This program steps outside the confines of the typical classroom experience and offers students choices and flexibility as they dig deeper into important issues facing society. Instead of telling students what they need to learn, we invite them to build their own curriculum that fits their specific needs and interests. This major is not for students who are unsure of their direction but rather those who have a passion for learning in all forms. Through this multi-disciplinary approach, students are taught to ask questions, gather information and evaluate evidence. They're presented with challenging coursework that forces them to delve into difficult issues, confront moral problems and better understand the world they live in. With the breadth and depth this major offers students explore topics they might have otherwise overlooked. This experience provides a perspective students use to cultivate their own concentration and build a degree that fits their future goals. Students are required to take two critical thinking seminars as well as 30 hours in seven of the following eight liberal studies areas: English, Fine Arts, Foreign Languages, History, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Philosophy/Religion and Social Sciences. After completing the general course requirements, students take 18 to 24 hours in one subject. Concentrations are more flexible than minors are. They can be composed of courses from two or more disciplines and focused upon a common theme. If WPU does not offer a concentration in your field of interest, you can create your own. In the past students have studied pre-Pharmacy, pre-Nursing, language translation and more. Courses Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies Liberal Education Curriculum 49 credit hours Liberal Studies Core Courses 34-37 credit hours Concentration OR Minor 15-20 credit hours General Electives 14-22 credit hours Total credit hours for the B.A. in Liberal Studies 120 credit hours Careers Liberal Studies is an interdisciplinary field of study that prepares students for a truly broad range of career opportunities. It combines the methods and insights of the humanities, natural sciences and social sciences and stresses understanding of concepts, rational analysis, imagination and communication. Graduates go on to various careers in areas such as scientific research, hospitality management, technical recruitment, recreation administration and sales and marketing. [-]

Bachelor in Writing

William Peace University
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 USA Raleigh

The Writing curriculum combines courses from the English and Communication programs to produce graduates who are skilled at creating rhetorically sophisticated documents and prepared to put them to immediate practical use in high-tech companies. [+]

Even in the increasingly technological and often mechanized workplace, employers continue to identify mastery of language as the skill most lacking in recent college graduates. A 2013 report written by The Chronicle and American Public Media’s Marketplace claimed that “written and oral communication skills” was identified by more than 700 employers as the leading skill deficit among graduates. The Writing major combines a focus on close reading and argument with a contemporary application of such skills to digital media to prepare WPU graduates for careers in emerging fields that demand linguistic precision in technological contexts. The Writing curriculum combines courses from the English and Communication programs to produce graduates who are skilled at creating rhetorically sophisticated documents and prepared to put them to immediate practical use in high-tech companies. [-]

Bachelor's in Environmental Sustainability

Eastern Mennonite University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Harrisonburg Lancaster + 1 more

At EMU, you’ll receive a top-notch scientific education thanks to professors who are experts in their fields and our well-rounded, interdisciplinary learning approach. It’s part of what makes EMU a Christian university like no other. [+]

Bachelors in Professional Studies. Environmental Sustainability Major At EMU, you’ll receive a top-notch scientific education thanks to professors who are experts in their fields and our well-rounded, interdisciplinary learning approach. It’s part of what makes EMU a Christian university like no other. Environmental sustainability majors learn to truly grasp the nature of environmental research and issues by taking courses in a variety of disciplines. Biology, sociology and peacebuilding professors work closely together on environmental sustainability courses that weave forward-thinking sustainability practices with issues of international and community development and conservation. At the same time, students get a more in-depth education in one field by choosing a science or a social sustainability track within the environmental sustainability major. Our graduate program in peacebuilding is also an asset to any undergrad in the fields of development and sustainability; dozens of grad-level international scholars flock to EMU each year to study at the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding. And many professors around campus have decades of experience working and living overseas advocating for those in the margins. About Our Environmental Sustainability Major What makes EMU’s environmental sustainability major so unique? Plenty! Our program provides a combination of breadth and depth. All students learn the interdisciplinary nature of environmental research and issues by taking courses in a variety of disciplines. At the same time, students get a more in-depth education in one area by choosing a science or a social sustainability track within the environmental sustainability major. Key Distinctives of Our Program An interdisciplinary approach to understanding contemporary issues such as local hydrofracking, wilderness preservation. We study modern concerns like global warming from both scientific and social perspectives. Job-related experience in a wide variety of organizations through a required practicum, or internship. Practical experiences in private businesses, farms, and government agencies are an important step in developing a career in environmental sustainability. Research opportunities on student-faculty collaborative projects, such as a grant-funded steam restoration project in a local mountain community. EMU cross-cultural study abroad trips that focus on sustainability issues, like recent trips to New Zealand, Bolivia and the Galapagos, and Kenya. Environmental science concentration The environmental science concentration focuses on the biological and chemical aspects of environmental sustainability. Solid and challenging coursework in natural sciences prepares students to work on such issues as biodiversity and loss of species, pollution and toxicology, land use and degradation, waste management, resource depletion and energy consumption, climate change, and alternative agriculture. Students focus on “traditional” environmental science courses from the disciplines of ecology, chemistry and physiology, but also learn the interdisciplinary nature of environmental research and issues while working with sociology, economics, and development professors. Classes address local and global sustainability issues and include hands-on research projects. During a required internship, students work with a local environmental organization such as Shenandoah National Park, The Nature Conservancy or the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality. Environmental and social sustainability concentration The environmental and social sustainability concentration focuses on the social, economic, and political aspects of environmental sustainability. Challenging coursework in various social sciences prepares students to work on such issues as environmental advocacy, conservation and sustainable development, land use and degradation, environmental education and agricultural extension, climate change, waste management, and alternative energy. This track combines traditional environmental science coursework with applied sociology courses that emphasize international and community development and conservation. You’ll have hands-on opportunities to work in areas of personal interest like peace education, legislative and foreign policy advocacy, community organizing, restorative justice and mediation, social justice and peace advocacy, human rights and immigrants’ rights. [-]

Bachelor's in Engineering

Eastern Mennonite University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Harrisonburg Lancaster

Our expert faculty take the practical study of engineering and provide a top-rate technical education within a Christian liberal arts context. [+]

Engineering Studies: Computer and Mechanical Our expert faculty take the practical study of engineering and provide a top-rate technical education within a Christian liberal arts context. In this program, rigorous academics and advanced problem-solving converge with values such as sustainability and cross-cultural awareness. EMU STEM graduates often feel more prepared for graduate school or jobs than their counterparts from larger institutions. Engineering Facilities EMU is completing a $4 million renovation of the Suter Science Center, which will house a rapid prototyping lab with 3-D printers, computer design lab; engineering support lab, and spaces for faculty/student collaboration to support engineering and other STEM programs. Engineering Curriculum Alternate year courses denoted with * Courses required for the given emphasis denoted with # Engineering Core (31 SH) Introduction to Engineering and Design (4) Introduction to Programming or Intermediate Programming (3) Experimental Methods* (3) Analog Circuits* (3) Engineering Statics (3) Engineering Design II (3) Engineering Design III (3) Senior Design/Capstone Project (2/2) Ethics in Computing and Engineering* (3) Math/Science Core (33 or 36 SH) Precalculus for Science and Engineering (0 or 3) Math for Engineering Lab (1) Calculus I/II/* and III (12) Statistics for the Natural Sciences* (3) Differential Equations (3) Linear Algebra* (3) University Physics I/II (8) General Chemistry (4) Upper Level Electives: Six courses from the courses listed in the two emphases below. At least three of the courses must be 300 level. Mechanical Engineering Emphasis Engineering Dynamics*(3) Linear Systems*(3) Strength of Materials*(4) Thermodynamics*(3) Digital Circuits(3) Math Modeling(3) Fluid Mechanics(3) Heat Transfer(3) Control Systems(3) Topics in Engineering(3) Computer Engineering Emphasis Discrete Math# (4) Software Engineering* (3) Computer Architecture and Operating Systems# (3) Networks and Data Communications# (3) Digital Circuits#* (3) Math Modeling* (3) Linear Systems* (3) Control Systems* (3) Data Structures* (3) Topics in Engineering* (3) Professors Engineering students work closely with expert professors Esther Tian and Daniel King, both engineering specialists, and other mathematics and computer science faculty members. Tian holds all three of her degrees, including a doctorate from University of Virginia, in mechanical engineering, while King double-majored in music and physics at Goshen (Indiana) College and went on to earn master’s and doctoral degrees at the University of Illinios in theoretical and applied mechanics. [-]

Licenciatura em Atividade Física e Estilos de Vida Saudáveis

Instituto Politécnico de Santarém
Campus Full time Part time 3 years October 2017 Portugal Santarem + 1 more

Os licenciados em Atividade Física e Estilos de Vida Saudáveis adquirem competências em conhecimentos para: promover a prática de atividade física e a melhoria da saúde dos clientes/praticantes; implementar programas de promoção da atividade física e saúde da saúde, nas áreas primária, secundária e terciária; etc. [+]

Bachelors in Professional Studies. Licenciatura em Atividade Física e Estilos de Vida Saudáveis Objetivos: Os licenciados em Atividade Física e Estilos de Vida Saudáveis adquirem competências em conhecimentos para: Promover a prática de atividade física e a melhoria da saúde dos clientes/praticantes; Implementar programas de promoção da atividade física e saúde da saúde, nas áreas primária, secundária e terciária; Aplicar a atividade física, o estilo de vida e a mudança comportamental; Trabalhar no contexto da recreação e desporto (nos clubes, ginásios, autarquias, empresas, etc.); no contexto das empresas (nos locais de trabalho dos clientes); e no contexto da assistência (nos centros de saúde, clínicas, health clubs, seguradoras, etc. Intervir na fase inicial da atividade física e do estilo de vida, numa relação personalizada ou em grupo, com objetivo de alcançar benefícios na saúde dos clientes/praticantes; Desenvolver, implementar e intervir nos programas de promoção da saúde, com atividade física e o estilo de vida, informando o(s) cliente(s) ou o diretor do programa ou da organização; Intervir na investigação, na pesquisa, desenvolvimento e divulgação do conhecimento, na área relacionada com a atividade física e o estilo de vida. Saídas Profissionais: Promotor de Atividade Física e Estilos de Vida Saudáveis / Lifestyle Coach; Consultor de Atividade Física e Estilos de Vida Saudáveis; Empreendedor/Gestor de Projetos e Organizações de Atividade Física e Estilos de Vida Saudáveis; Investigador de Atividade Física e Estilos de Vida Saudáveis. Duração: 3 Anos Benefícios: Alojamento e Curso de Língua Portuguesa (30 horas) Ensino ministrado em Português*: Candidatura (35€) Anual (3000€) Utilização (35€) Ensino ministrado em Inglês* Candidatura (35€) Anual (3500€) Utilização (35€) *os valores que se seguem serão oportunamente sujeitos a confirmação. [-]

Licenciatura em Tecnologia Alimentar

Instituto Politécnico de Santarém
Campus Full time Part time 3 years October 2017 Portugal Santarem + 1 more

Os tecnólogos alimentares são essenciais na produção de alimentos seguros e de elevada qualidade, de forma organizada e planeada e dentro de determinados pressupostos económicos e éticos. Eles detêm um conhecimento profundo das matérias-primas, do seu manuseamento, do seu processamento, do seu controlo e do desenvolvimento de novos produtos, de modo a oferecer ao consumidor alimentos seguros, convenientes e saudáveis. [+]

Licenciatura em Tecnologia Alimentar Objetivos: Os tecnólogos alimentares são essenciais na produção de alimentos seguros e de elevada qualidade, de forma organizada e planeada e dentro de determinados pressupostos económicos e éticos. Eles detêm um conhecimento profundo das matérias-primas, do seu manuseamento, do seu processamento, do seu controlo e do desenvolvimento de novos produtos, de modo a oferecer ao consumidor alimentos seguros, convenientes e saudáveis. Por isso, em cada fase da sua vida profissional, devem possuir ferramentas que lhes permitam entender as situações e dar-lhes resposta - à luz dos conhecimentos e competências que possuem e dos que vão obtendo de forma contínua, através do self-learning e do retorno contínuo à escola. Saídas Profissionais: O curso visa formar técnicos com conhecimentos e competências para exercerem funções profissionais, ao nível das empresas alimentares, e das que as apoiam, incluindo os serviços e outras entidades privadas ou públicas, em todas as etapas das cadeias de produção de alimentos, desde a conceção até ao consumo. A par desta formação é também objetivo do curso formar o técnico como cidadão responsável e consciente da sua função na sociedade em que as suas atividades profissionais se desenvolvem. Duração: 3 Anos Benefícios: Alojamento e Curso de Língua Portuguesa (30 horas) Ensino ministrado em Português*: Candidatura (35€) Anual (3000€) Utilização (35€) Ensino ministrado em Inglês: Candidatura (35€) Anual (3500€) Utilização (35€) *os valores que se seguem serão oportunamente sujeitos a confirmação. [-]

Bachelor of Law (BA / BCom)

University of Johannesburg
Campus Full time 3 years February 2017 South Africa Johannesburg

The purpose of a Bachelor of Law degree is to allow the student to acquire knowledge of the South African legal system, private law, constitutional law and customary law. The BA (Law) degree is ideal for students with a keen interest in languages and social sciences. Students interested in commerce, economic and management sciences and business subjects are ideal for the BCom (Law) degree. [+]

Bachelors in Professional Studies. BA (Law)​​ The BA (Law) degree is ideal for students with a keen interest in languages and social sciences. Studying BA (Law) enriches your understanding of human behaviour and social issues, while it lays an excellent foundation for a more advanced study of the law. The BA (Law) degree is compiled in such a way that you take law modules and a number of non-law modules in each year of study. The purpose of a BA (Law) degree is to allow the student to acquire knowledge of the South African legal system, private law, constitutional law and customary law. In addition to this, the student will be able to take courses in aspects of the Arts and Social Sciences. Furthermore, the student will be exposed to languages and language structure. The minimum period of study for the degree is three (3) years on a full-time basis. Modules completed in the BA (Law) degree will count towards module credits in a subsequent LLB degree. Career opportunities State legal advisor Corporate legal advisor Court personnel Office personnel in a law firm BCOM (Law) Students interested in commerce, economic and management sciences and business subjects are ideal for the BCom (Law) degree. Core subjects within the Faculty of Economic and Financial Sciences and the Faculty of Management are covered together with specifi c legal subjects. This degree ensures a broad perspective on both legal and commercial issues and lays an excellent foundation for a more advanced study of the law. The purpose of a BCom (Law) degree is to allow the student to acquire knowledge of the South African legal system, private law, business enterprises law, labour law and customary law. In addition to this, the student will be able to take courses in aspects of Economic and Management Sciences.​ The minimum period of study for the degree is three (3) years on a full-time basis. Modules completed in the BCom (Law) degree will count towards module credits in a subsequent LLB degree. Career opportunities Corporate legal advisor State legal advisor Court personnel Office personnel in a law firm Take note: After completing a 3 year BCom (Law) or BA (Law) degree students can register for an LLB degree and will be able to complete this degree within a further 2 years, thus obtaining two qualifi cations within 5 years. This gives you the opportunity to practise as an attorney or advocate with an even broader academic background. For information regarding application requirements for the faculty of Law, please click here [-]

Bachelor Programme in Aquaculture

Universitas Airlangga
Campus Full time 4 years July 2017 Indonesia Surabaya

The Bachelor Programme in Aquaculture is objected to prepare competitive graduates having good skills in analysing and solving the problems in aquaculture particularly fish diseases and aquatic ecosystem problems, applying advanced aquatic technology in sustainable way and providing advisory, regulatory and scientific guidance for the development of fisheries and aquaculture in Indonesia. [+]

Objective : The Bachelor Programme in Aquaculture is objected to prepare competitive graduates having good skills in analysing and solving the problems in aquaculture particularly fish diseases and aquatic ecosystem problems, applying advanced aquatic technology in sustainable way and providing advisory, regulatory and scientific guidance for the development of fisheries and aquaculture in Indonesia. Course Description : The course taken in this faculty comprised of class-lecture activity, laboratory practice and fieldwork. In order to obtain a bachelor degree, student must complete 146 credits within 4 years of bachelor study. Currently, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine conducts studies on Fish Disease, Sustainable Aquaculture, Seaweed Cultivation And Processing, Marine Biotechnology. Outcome : This faculty produces graduates who have great readiness in playing active role either in government or non government organization. For instance, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine’s graduates are spread all across Indonesia in private fishery company, research centre on fisheries and marine, and natural resources conservation agency Alumnus’s testimonials “I am proud to be a part of Universitas Airlangga, moreover, Fisheries and Marine Faculty. As a living witness to the development of the young faculty in UNAIR, there were a lot of achievements have been done. Fisheries and marine sector is still a bit considered by young generation, whereas this sector will be the spearhead of the world progress, particularly Indonesia. Admittedly there are still many things that must be improved by this young faculty, but I have strong confidence that when we get into the 'developing' environment we actually will get a lot of opportunities to participate in the process, and grow up together with that environment. Lastly, this is not a campaign but my honestly witness that Faculty of Fisheries Universitas Airlangga will give you a lot of chances in every way for your self-growth.” Ayulana Nafisyah (Alumnus 2010 -2014), Graduate Student, Graduate School of Biosphere Science, Hiroshima University, Japan Current Foreign Student’s Testimonials Olive-Madagaskar (Bachelor Programme in Aquaculture) Why did you choose to study abroad ? The main reason that pushed me to follow my study abroad is to get more experiences than in my home country. Secondly, for my future career or business project in the future. Why did you choose Indonesia as your study destination? Historically, our ancestor was from Indonesian sailor so I was curious to know more about Indonesian culture and language. Also, Indonesia is the best place I think, because of the geographical condition are closely the same with Madagascar. Therefore I could apply some technics used here to develop fisheries sector there. Why did you choose FFM Universitas Airlangga? First, UNAIR is one of the best University in Indonesia. Second, I specially FFM because fisheries and marine are rarely exploited sector or if it’ s very rudimentary. What is the personal outcomes as an International student ? I’ve experienced many things, that help me to expand the vision of my future career even if I’m halfway of my study How is your study going? It’s doing well. I’m practically half way. What is the main differences between Indonesia and your country in regards being a student? Indonesian and Malagasy students are not very different, but the education system is the one that makes the difference. In Indonesia students are stimulated to campus activities whereas Malagasy students rarely have activities other studying. Plese tell students in your country before moving to Indonesia ! In case if one of my friend s or siblings or acquitance got the chance to study in Indonesia I will surely recommend them to study here. What is your future planning? I am planning to go back to my home country as I wanna be a part of my country’s development. I am confident that I will be a considered scholar after graduated from FFM UA Partner Universities Southeast Asia Region (assisted by ASEAN-Fisheries Education Network) Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, Malaysia Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia Nong Lam University, Vietnam Chan To University, Vietnam Prince of Songkla University, Thailand Kasetsart University, Thailand Rajamangala University, Thailand Outside Southeast Asia Pukyong National University, South Korea Hiroshima University, Japan Nagasaki University, Japan National Chengkung University, Taiwan Miami Dade College, USA [-]

Honors Program

Eastern Kentucky University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Richmond

Incoming freshmen may satisfy all but 3 hours of their general education and University requirements by completing the 34-hour Honors Core, a track that requires six fewer hours for students who are not in the Honors Program [+]

Bachelors in Professional Studies. Degree Options Honors Core Curriculum – Incoming freshmen may satisfy all but 3 hours of their general education and University requirements by completing the 34-hour Honors Core, a track that requires six fewer hours for students who are not in the Honors Program. Honors Flex Curriculum – Students who have AP, IB, or dual enrollment credits that fulfill part of their general education requirements may elect to complete 25 hours of honors coursework in the areas for which they have not received credit. Transfer Current Students Flex Curriculum – Students may complete 18 hours of honors coursework with a curriculum tailored to meet their individual needs Who Would be Interested in the Honors Program? Students who are seeking challenging and inspiring courses in an intimate classroom environment with a maximum of 20 students. Students with a strong academic background who show potential for excellence in college coursework. Students who want to be a part of a caring and engaging honors community. Students who are looking to engage in exciting and unique extracurricular activities such as traveling to and presenting at honors conferences nationwide, participating in community service projects, and attending other social and cultural events. Why the Honors Program? There are many benefits to EKU Honors, including: Stimulating interdisciplinary courses unlike any other on campus, taught by teams of faculty who are passionate about what they do. Free textbooks for eight semesters with our Books on Loan Award. Priority registration so students get the classes they need. Eligibility to apply to live in Sullivan Hall, the honors-only residence hall. The Honors Presidential Scholarship for students who do not qualify for a scholarship of greater value. Membership in a community of highly motivated students, caring faculty, and honors staff. Travel to state, regional, and national honors conferences where students present the results of their academic work. Who is Eligible for EKU Honors? Students must apply and have been accepted to EKU before they can complete their separate EKU Honors on-line application; all EKU Honors applications are due NO LATER than January 7th. Students with a 3.5 or higher unweighted GPA and a minimum 26 ACT are privileged for acceptance. National Merit finalists and semi-finalists are automatically accepted. Students in good standing with another honors program or honors college transferring to EKU are automatically accepted. Participants in the Kentucky Governor's Scholars Program and the Kentucky Governor's School for the Arts are privileged for acceptance. Students who may not meet the criteria above but believe they have the potential to succeed in the EKU Honors Program are encouraged to apply. Where Can You Find Some of our EKU Honors Scholars Today? Pursuing professional degrees in medical, veterinary, pharmacy, and other professional schools. Attending graduate schools across the nation. Serving in the Peace Corps, living and working in Fiji and other developing countries around the world. Working as government employees and officials in a range of city, state, and federal agencies. Teaching English as a second language in countries like Japan, Korea, Germany, and Nepal. Working as educators in low-income communities with the national Teach For America Program. Working as teachers in elementary and secondary schools and college professors in a wide variety of academic disciplines. [-]

As RNCP Level 4: Medical Secretary (e)

INEAD
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Seeking professional medical secretary is a constant concern for health professionals. [+]

TRAINING, OBJECTIVES Learn medical terminology Knowing the French health system Recognizing the legal frameworks of the working environment Learn to identify the different institutional, social, medical. Learn the basics of accounting Master the office tools Learning to adopt a professional written and oral communication Knowing constitute, manage, classify, archive administrative records, medical A JOB Medical Secretary) medical social secretary Secretary Medical Assistance Assistant (e) medical (e) Assistant (e) hospital (s) Administrative Framework Class A Administrative Framework Class B Employee (an) administrative category C Secretary laboratory Secretary radiology A JOB "The health sector is a rapidly evolving field, positions are offered regularly dansdifférents medical institutions, public or private: analysis laboratories, hospitals, medical offices, clinics, nursing homes, kindergartens ... Seeking professional medical secretary is a constant concern for health professionals. " MEDICAL SECRETARY (E) - RNCP TITLE LEVEL 4 RECOGNIZED BY THE STATE: TRAINING IN DETAIL TRAINING PROGRAMME STAGE DURING TRAINING MEDICAL SECRETARY (E) - RNCP TITLE LEVEL 4 RECOGNIZED BY THE STATE. Internship or mission in business 6 months full-time year with the mission adapted to requirements of Title OR Alternation (POA) Optional exams out PRACTICAL INFORMATION HOW TO BE ALLOWED TO TRAINING MEDICAL SECRETARY (E) - TITLE LEVEL 4 RNCP RECOGNIZED BY THE STATE? Bac validated or 3 years of professional experience, all fields of activities HOW TO TAKE PLACE EXAMS TRAINING MEDICAL SECRETARY (E) - TITLE LEVEL 4 RNCP RECOGNIZED BY THE STATE? Several sessions per year Organized in Marseille and Lille [-]

Bachelor Degree in History and Political Science

Wilson College
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Chambersburg

History and Political Science is an interdisciplinary, liberal arts major. The interdisciplinary emphasis deepens understanding of the nature and development of human institutions and behavior. In particular, students gain a historical perspective which is vital to a comprehensive understanding of contemporary social and political issues. Courses in the major also increase the student’s awareness of strategies available for dealing effectively with these issues. [+]

Bachelors in Professional Studies. History and Political Science is an interdisciplinary, liberal arts major. The interdisciplinary emphasis deepens understanding of the nature and development of human institutions and behavior. In particular, students gain a historical perspective which is vital to a comprehensive understanding of contemporary social and political issues. Courses in the major also increase the student’s awareness of strategies available for dealing effectively with these issues. The program emphasizes development of skills useful in various occupations as well as in graduate school. Course work stresses development of verbal and written communication skills and analytical thinking. Small class sizes allow faculty members to frequently use innovative teaching methods, including simulations and collaborative learning. While breadth of knowledge in the major is emphasized, students also concentrate in an area of their choice. Concentrations are offered in these areas: History, International Relations, Political Science, and Thematic. A certificate for secondary teaching in Social Studies is also available. Concentrations History and Political Science Concentration in History Five courses in history, two of which must be at the 300 level, and two additional courses in political science. Students fulfilling a humanities focus in the history concentration may substitute two courses in classics, art history, music history, literature, philosophy, or religion studies for Sociology 120 and Economics 101 or 102 (see Course Requirements tab). Concentration in Political Science Five courses in political science, to include work in American government and international politics, with at least three of the five courses taken at the 300 level. Two additional courses in history. Thematic Concentration This option is available for students who wish to design their own program in area studies, such as European studies or American studies, or in a policy area of particular interest. The program is designed with a department adviser and includes seven additional courses, at least two of which are taken at the 300 level. Course Requirements History and Political Science ECO 101: Introduction to Macroeconomics or ECO 102: Introduction to Microeconomics* One of the following three HIS 110: Ancient and Mediterranean World HIS 111: Medieval and Early Modern Europe HIS 112: Modern European History One of the following three: HIS 124: American History to 1865 HIS 125: American History 1865-1945 HIS 126: American History Since 1945 HIS/PS 399: Senior Thesis PS 110 Introduction to Political Science PS 120: American Government SOC 120: Introduction to Sociology* Optional Courses: All majors are encouraged to take HIS/PS 355: Internship SOC 280: Qualitative Methods and Social Research In addition to the requirements above, one of the following concentrations will be completed: History, Political Science, or a Thematic Concentration. See the "Concentrations" tab to view the requirements for these concentrations. *Note: For the history concentration, the requirements in Economics (ECO 101 or ECO 102) and Sociology (SOC 120) may be replaced with two humanities courses for those who seek a humanities-oriented major. Student Learning Goals History and Political Science Goal #1: Acquisition and comprehension of content knowledge Students have a broad understanding of the significant developments in Western European and American History Students have knowledge of political institutions, processes, and theories and knowledge of fields in political science, including American government, political theory, and international studies Goal #2: Attainment of skills: written communication, oral communication, research, critical thinking and analysis Students are able to write with clarity and precision in various forms and in a manner which reflects acquired knowledge Students are able to speak effectively in a discussion group and present their work to audiences, using technological innovation where appropriate Students are able to effectively utilize a variety of sources – primary and secondary—and show mastery of research techniques Utilizing these skills, students will be able to formulate and defend a thesis, consider conflicting evidence and interpretations, critically examine sources, analyze change over time, and apply evidence Goal #3: Obtain an awareness of and appreciation for diversity Students gain a knowledge of and appreciation for issues related to race, class, gender and ethnicity in historical and political context Students will learn from others who are different than themselves, thereby engaging in a robust exchange of ideas that works to broaden their perspectives, promote thinking skills, enhance leadership and personal skills, and promote democratic values Career Opportunities History and Political Science History and Political Science is an excellent introduction to the study of law. Virtually all Wilson alumnae who have applied to law schools have been accepted. Career choices include: politics or government service, social service, publishing, librarianship, teaching, museum work, journalism, business, or criminal justice. Some careers require graduate study. Wilson has an excellent record in graduate school placements. Students are assisted in planning their academic programs to meet the needs of advanced degree programs. [-]

Construction - Profile "urban Transport Facilities"

Moscow Automobile And Road Construction Institute
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Russia Moscow

Students learn methods of survey of roads, airfields, bridges and tunnel crossings, computer-aided design techniques, using modern technical equipment, materials, aerial surveys; [+]

Students learn methods of survey of roads, airfields, bridges and tunnel crossings, computer-aided design techniques, using modern technical equipment, materials, aerial surveys; methods of testing, diagnosis, and assessment of the state of road structures and ensure traffic safety; road-building materials, technology and mechanization of construction, reconstruction, repair and maintenance of roads, airports, bridges and tunnels, buildings and road service facilities, as well as computer science, business administration, marketing and management foundations. Practice & Employment The area of ​​professional activity includes: engineering survey, design, construction, operation, diagnostics and reconstruction of state roads, airports, urban road transport facilities; engineering support equipment and construction sites and urban areas; the use of machinery, equipment and technologies for construction and production of building materials, products and designs. [-]

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Moscow Automobile And Road Construction Institute
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Russia Moscow

Students learn methods of survey of roads, airfields, bridges and tunnel crossings, computer-aided design techniques, using modern technical equipment, materials, aerial surveys; [+]

Bachelors in Professional Studies. Students learn methods of survey of roads, airfields, bridges and tunnel crossings, computer-aided design techniques, using modern technical equipment, materials, aerial surveys; methods of testing, diagnosis, and assessment of the state of road structures and ensure traffic safety; road-building materials, technology and mechanization of construction, reconstruction, repair and maintenance of roads, airports, bridges and tunnels, buildings and road service facilities, as well as computer science, business administration, marketing and management foundations. Practice & Employment The area of ​​professional activity includes: engineering survey, design, construction, operation, diagnostics and reconstruction of state roads, airports, urban road transport facilities; engineering support equipment and construction sites and urban areas; the use of machinery, equipment and technologies for construction and production of building materials, products and designs. [-]

Bachelor in Tourism and Hotel Business

International School of Law and Business
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Lithuania Vilnius

It is a multidisciplinary field of study with the purpose of preparing people with the expertise, commitment, and skills for management, marketing, and operations positions in the expanding industry that provides food, accommodations, and tourism services to people away from home. [+]

Like to travel? A smile is an integral part of you? Friendly and helpful? Like helping others? Like to face challenges? If answer is affirmative – Tourism and Hotel Business program is exactly for you! It is a multidisciplinary field of study with the purpose of preparing people with the expertise, commitment, and skills for management, marketing, and operations positions in the expanding industry that provides food, accommodations, and tourism services to people away from home. As a field of study, Tourism and Hotel Business is interdisciplinary. It draws upon a wide range of basic disciplines to provide the fundamental knowledge and skills that are required to fulfill the diverse demands placed upon individuals in management positions within the hospitality industry. An exclusive study programme with American academic resources ISLB has become the partner of the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute’s (AHLEI) Global Academic Program. Upon graduation Tourism and Hotel Business students will obtain Hospitality Management diploma from American Hotel and Lodging Educational Institute in addition to Professional Bachelor diploma from International School of Law and Business. In addition, a total of 12 Professional Certificates in different hospitality areas are granted to ISLB Tourism and Hotel Business students from AHLEI after successful completion of exams. The American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute extends its reputation around the globe to serve the needs of learning institutions and hotel organizations through more than 90 licensed affiliates in 54 countries. It remains the world‘s leading provider of education and training resources and the premier source of professional certification for the hospitality and lodging industry globally. About American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute Established in 1953, the Educational Institute, one of the finest nonprofit member benefits of the American Hotel & Lodging Association, is the premier source for delivering quality hospitality education, training and professional certification that serves the needs of hospitality schools and industries worldwide. Professional certification from the Educational Institute is the ultimate distinction of professional excellence for the hospitality industry. The Educational Institute certifies and validates competencies in conjunction with academia and industry experts for more than 20 positions in the hospitality industry; designations from front-line to general manager, including the prestigious CHA – the Certified Hotel Administrator. What advantages AHLEI professional certifications bring? Distinction of excellence, The standard for the global industry, Acknowledgement of skills and competencies required to succeed in specific position. A fee&time saving pathway to continuing studies in Switzerland After finishing two Tourism and Hotel Business degree courses, we deliver a possibility to continue your studies in Switzerland Lucerne Business and Hotel Business School (B.H.M.S.) and seek a second bachelor’s degree provided by the UK Robert Gordon University. The programme offers a fee&time saving pathway through B.H.M.S. also to an MBA Degree in Hospitality Management from City University of Seattle in Switzerland. Career Opportunities Graduates apply for employment with restaurants, hotels, casinos, clubs, and contract food services. Opportunities exist in hospital and school food service, casinos, clubs, government food service, resorts, fast food franchises, convention centers, airlines, tour operators, and travel agencies. A wide variety of jobs and career opportunities exist within the field. Recent graduates typically start as trainees or assistant managers in food, lodging, and travel operations and progress to managerial positions as they gain experience. Specialized areas such as hotel sales, marketing, personnel administration, and franchise operations also provide employment for our graduates. ISLB graduates are awarded with Professional Bachelor’s degree, which corresponds to the sixth level of Lithuanian Description of Qualifications, the sixth level of the European Qualifications Framework and the first cycle of the European Higher Education Qualifications Framework. [-]

Bachelor in International Business Law

International School of Law and Business
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Lithuania Vilnius

A business law degree will prepare you to work in the legal arena within the business community. As an area of study, business law looks at what laws and regulations influence the modern business environment. The legal competence in international business today is necessary for a successful business development to other countries. [+]

Bachelors in Professional Studies. Studies in English A business law degree will prepare you to work in the legal arena within the business community. As an area of study, business law looks at what laws and regulations influence the modern business environment. The legal competence in international business today is necessary for a successful business development to other countries. In this way, a business law degree is a versatile tool, equipping students for a wide range of professions and specialties. Developing practical skills is the key While studying the students will achieve strong practical skills and will be ready to start working right away. During the twenty weeks of professional practice you will deepen your knowledge in various legal proceeding areas, you will learn: to prepare and organize documents and contracts, to participate in litigation and business negotiations, provide a range of legal advice to persons involved in international business. Your practical knowledge and skills will be developed while learning how to establish an international business company: it’s registration, preparation of legal documents, overviewing the international business legal environment, defining the international business market, which is dedicated to national and international law regulatory, analysing and evaluating the national and international legal decisions on regulations of business subjects activity, argumentative interpretating their content, typical regulation of law issues. For entrepreneurship, the students from ISLB are highly welcome at local and international capital business companies: lawyers, bailiffs, notaries’ offices and other organizations in Lithuania and foreign countries. You may take advantage of our wide social partners’ network. ISLB’s social partners give lectures as well as actively provide our students with career and final professional practice places, take part in ISLB’s events that develop entrepreneurship and creativity, supervise students’ final theses. A fee&time saving pathway to your second Bachelor’s degree in Scotland The programme offers a fee&time saving pathway through Abertay Dundee University in Scotland to gain your second Bachelor’s degree in Laws in Scotland. Your job opportunities Many larger businesses will have a legal department, in order to monitor the company and deal with any legal issues that may arise. These positions will exist in almost all industries, from finances, to banking, to manufacturing, and more. Because of this, individuals with a business law degree will have many options since they are not limited to any one industry. It is also possible to work for legal companies or law practices. Working in this capacity would allow individuals to work on a wider range of cases, perhaps in a consulting capacity as well. Though competition for jobs in this area can be stiff, there are a growing number of positions in particularly business law, making such a degree a valuable asset. ISLB graduates are awarded with Professional Bachelor’s degree, which corresponds to the sixth level of Lithuanian Description of Qualifications, the sixth level of the European Qualifications Framework and the first cycle of the European Higher Education Qualifications Framework. [-]