This Christian orientation study program is managed entirely online and therefore the admitted students will be able to do it from their place of residence. Each student will be assigned an academic assistant liaison with the Academic Staff, who will assist him at all times by email in your language.
PROGRAMS OF STUDY OFFERED: Each study plan is prescribed by the faculty based on the curriculum vitae, admission category and training needs of the applicant, which is part of the formal admission process and andragogy as a science of adult education. Therefore, the information of each study plan published below is general information, since according to the particular aim of improvement pursued by the applicant, those students who need to pursue a line of research not included in that presentation, may Present the University with a duly supported proposal, or request the University for a prescription for personalized subjects according to your case, including a change of specialty to be studied.
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General Composition of the Associate degree:
• Total credits required: 67 credits
• General Education required: 31 credits, which can be transferred from your previous education (previous studies, courses, seminars / Professional qualification or other cases that qualify) duly supported, otherwise you would have to complete the credits through our special education course general.
• Main Requirements of the Course (Study Plan to Take): 24 credits (6 courses of 3 credits each + 6 Research Methodology, final project of thesis type degree), which must be completed at TDU, one of the two following ways: Normal (two courses per bimester); or intensive course per month, depending all on the number of credits necessary to complete, prescribed by the Admissions Commission.
• Electives: 12 credits (4 courses of 3 credits each), which can be transferred from your previous education, approved or validated by previous studies and / or experiences, if they are properly supported, otherwise they must be selected and completed from the list to be provided by the University.
Based on our educational model, the curricula do not include some common courses from traditional undergraduate programs. This allows TDU to focus primarily on topics directly related to the object of study reflecting a broad spectrum of student interests and backgrounds.
Admission requirements: Over eighteen years of age, with studies completed in a secondary school or equivalent, at the discretion of the TDU Admissions Commission, restrictions apply.
Students who have been selected in the admission process, to enter this study program, must take and pass ten (10) courses, and the final research paper.
Select the courses from the following list or from the one provided by the Admissions Commission regarding the specialization you will take, since in each case the STUDY PLAN in the admission process is adjusted by the Academic Staff based on a broad spectrum of the interests of studies and background of each student:
EE100 General Psychology
EE101 Introduction to Speech Communications
EE102 Technical Report Writing
EE103 Child Psychology
EE104 Total Wellness
EE105 Computer and Internet Literacy
EE106 Early Childhood Education
EE107 Child Guidance
EE108 Creativity for Young Children
EE109 Math and Science for the Young Child
EE110 Children’s Literature Language Arts
EE111 Practicum I: Observation and Evaluation
EE112 Curriculum Planning for Early Childhood
EE113 Practicum II
EE114 Admin and Management in Early Childhood Education
299 The Final Research Paper
Complementary subjects adapted to the level of study: ... Neuroscience .....; Emotional Intelligence ....; Neuro-Linguistic Programming.
And it is compulsory to take a minimum of two (2) of the following courses:
CC100 Introduction to Christian History
CC102 Introduction to Biblical Studies
CC104 Introduction to Theology
CC108 Introduction to Christian Philosophy
The student's academic work consists of developing each Independent Research Course, based on bibliographic research, online resources, methodological guidelines of the program and other resources available for research. The final exam of each course consists of writing and approving the Final Research Report of 35 pages without counting preliminary pages or annexes, original and authentic. The Research Report represents the final result of the research process of each course and must be structured and composed in accordance with the format required by the University.
All presentations will be made via the Internet.
The final research paper is individual and will be undertaken after the proposal has been approved by the Academic Staff of the University, preferably not more than 50 pages without including preliminary pages or annexes, nor less than 35, original and authentic.
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- Normal: two months for each module and three to six months minimum for the final research paper. It may be before depending on the dedication to the study.
-Intensive: one month for each module and three months minimum for the final research paper.
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