The 3-year bachelor degree course in Educational Sciences is aimed at acquiring the basic and methodological skills concerning pedagogical and didactic knowledge, along with well-structured competences related to philosophical, psychological, sociological and anthropological fields, focused on a general understanding of educational issues, under the theoretical and methodological points of view.
The Course in Educational Sciences aims to provide knowledge and develop skills and competences in the fundamental fields of study and educational research, in both the theoretical and applied perspective, with a largely interdisciplinary approach.
The degree course is divided into a three-year curriculum centred on methodological and general objectives in the sciences of education, also oriented on the teaching of human sciences in secondary education.The specific competencies provided by this course are ensured by the use of various evaluation methods that are adequate for the knowledge and skills to be certified, including the transversal competences that are an integral part of the outgoing profile. Internships are also envisaged, in the form of stays abroad for contact with the territory and work contexts in which educational/training professional skills are required, in order to practice under the guidance of tutors who check the ability of graduates in practice.
The three-year course is aimed at acquiring educational knowledge and skills in Educational Sciences that enable the analysis of educational issues and management of the sector, together with teachings focused on historical grounds of the basic disciplines, as well as on the crucial and remarkable issues of diverse investigation sectors that constitute them. Particular attention is given to the appraisal of educational phenomena, by prioritising on the reflection on the diversity and distinction of the processes, the protagonists and the training demand, also in a design and operational sense. Furthermore, the student, following this curriculum, has the opportunity to acquire the necessary credits to access the specialisation for upper secondary education in Human Sciences.
The learner will be able to:
In addition to acquiring the necessary credits for access to the specialisation for teaching philosophy, education sciences, psychology and history in secondary schools, graduates will be eligible for employment in professional sectors requiring skills in the educational field and intervention in support of training processes, with particular reference to institutions, bodies and cooperatives operating in a network with the schools in targeted educational projects.
The skills acquired may also be used in teaching and educational dissemination and communication, in the industry that operates in the production of educational tools, and in library services. Graduates will be eligible to undertake the role of operators in cultural services, in schools and educational structures, and other territorial activities connected to the third sector.
They may also work as teachers, trainers, instructors or tutors in companies, schools, training centres and public administration. The areas and professional themes particularly typical for graduates in the field are the following:
The course serves as preparation for the profession of:
Admission to the course is open to all applicants who, upon enrolment, are in possession of the following qualifications:A valid and recognised high school diploma, irrespective of country of conferment, achieved after at least 12 years of schooling.
It is also required a basic knowledge corresponding to the average level acquired through school education at upper secondary education level. The assessment of the basic knowledge will occur according to the methods indicated in the Academic Regulations of the course of reference.
|1||History of Educational Institutions||9|
|1||Motor Skills-Theory and Methods||9|
|2||Special Needs Education||9|
|2||Education for Adults||9|
|2||Theory And Techniques of Mass Communication||6|
|3||Communication and Language Philosophy||12|