A bachelor’s degree is a post-secondary degree awarded after completed 120 credits. It usually takes eight semesters to complete a Bachelor’s degree. While completing an undergraduate course, candidates have to study general courses and chose a major specific subject. A Bachelor’s degree can also be called a baccalaureate in certain countries.
Courses in the social sciences prepare students to engage within human society. Through courses such as economics, political science, anthropology, sociology, history, and psychology, students may gain a better understanding of how the world around them works.
The nations of South America offer a powerful experience rich with distinguished architecture, style of cooking, pottery, and dancing. With a past steeped in folklore, studying in South America will allow you to indulge in a culture that have prevailed for ages.
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The course of Ibmec Institutional Relations works historical knowledge and skills in social sciences and other professional practice areas, with emphasis on the economic and legal. Professional approaches companies and governments of different countries, paving the way for economic cooperation, bilateral and multinational agreements. [+]
The social worker makes the planning and execution of public policies and social programs geared to the collective well-being and integration of the individual in society. He works with issues such as social exclusion, monitoring, analyzing and proposing actions to improve the living conditions of children, adolescents and adults. [+]
The Department of Political Science and International Relations maintains the degree course in International Relations, with an emphasis on International Negotiations, which aims to train professionals able to act with ease in the international area of companies, public agencies and non-governmental organizations, among other possibilities. The faculty consists of masters and doctors with deep knowledge and significant experience in the analysis and research on international subjects. [+]
In 1974 the first course of International Relations appeared in Brazil. Originally the international relations professional, the internationalist, was looking for a diplomatic career, looking at the international market as an area to be explored by the foreign policies of his country. In the 21st century with the great openness of global markets, companies are "attacked" by international competition while at the same time facing opportunities for the exploration of new markets. The new International Relations course of the UMC aims at the formation of a business "ambassador" - the INTERNATIONALIST -, whose task is to create and implement the competitive differential, exploring the business opportunities in the international scenario for Brazilian companies, in parallel this same (Internationalist) may be the initial link of a foreign company that wants to settle in Brazil or even enter the Brazilian market. The practical part is developed from the first semester with the PIC (Interdisciplinary Consolidated Project) in which the student, working in teams, develops business projects in the companies or even researching new business opportunities in the market. [+]
Unaerp's International Relations course is structured to train professionals capable of analyzing in an integrated way the political, economic, commercial, cultural, humanitarian and environmental issues that are increasingly interdependent in relations between countries, companies, international organizations, NGOs and individuals. The geopolitical events and the intensification of the world commercial transactions opened several areas of work for the professionals of International Relations. The multidisciplinary practice promotes critical ability and teamwork, with an ethical, competent and effective attitude, so that they can work in an increasingly demanding, global and competitive market. [+]
The course aims to prepare students to understand, analyze and think new global structures, so that they are at the end of the course, trained to analysis, consulting and business in the international arena. [+]
The International Relations course emphasizes a solid foundation by integrating teaching, research and extension, providing a humanistic and ethical approach. Professional way with capacity to analyze situations and international projection scenarios, domain concepts and technical terminology, reasoning ability and negotiation skills, including languages ... [+]
The BHS (Behavioral Science Concentration) provides expertise for careers in human/social services, psychology, and sociology. [+]
Bachelor of Human Services - Behavioral Science
The Bachelor of Human Services/Behavioral Science Concentration program is designed to provide knowledge and skills in human/social services, psychology, and sociology. The curriculum has two options. One is a degree completion option for those with an associate's degree or higher. Both options can be completed 100% online.
Why Behavioral Science?
The Behavioral Science concentration prepares students to enter a career field related to a variety of service delivery agencies, helping professions, or counseling. In addition, it provides excellent preparation for pursuing a graduate degree in several disciplines, to include human services, social work, psychology, counseling, and others.... [-]
The BHS program prepares graduates for careers in agencies involved in mental health care, welfare, corrections and education. [+]
Bachelor of Human Services
The Bachelor of Human Services program educates students through a Christian perspective about social issues, problems and professional ethics and values that are the foundation of human services. Graduates are equipped to make effective contributions to the field of Human Services through work at agencies involved in mental health care, welfare, corrections, education, and other areas. A Behavioral Science concentration is also available.
Why Human Services?
A human services career is extremely rewarding as a result of helping others overcome obstacles and providing guidance for members of society that are in distress. Human services professionals are employed in a variety of settings, including clinics, hospitals, group homes, correctional centers, government agencies, day treatment centers, sheltered workshops, extended care facilities, community-based living homes and social service agencies throughout the community.... [-]