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Bachelor of Educational Sciences

Learn to evaluate the teaching-learning processes of the human being in its different stages of development.
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Description

Through the bachelor’s degree program in Educational Sciences (LED), you will develop a theoretical-practical approach with a humanistic foundation. You will be able to plan, design, promote, lead, and evaluate the teaching-learning processes of humans at their different developmental stages and at educational institutions and centers of the various school levels.

All our faculty members hold doctoral degrees. Furthermore, we have agreements in place with some of the most prestigious private educational institutions.

Directors of some of the most important educational centers in the northeast of the country have graduated from our LED program.

Quick Facts
Reaccredited Degree

It was reaccredited for five more years by the Comité para la Evaluación de Programas de
Pedagogía y Educación, A.C.
(CEPPE – The Committee for the Evaluation of Pedagogy and
Education Programs) in 2019.

Training for different educational levels

6 out of every 10 students choose to work at public and private schools; 3 choose to work at external psycho-pedagogic centers and 1 chooses to work in organizational areas.

Thesis with excellence

On average, 1 thesis project obtains a distinction of Excellence each semester.

Objective

You will be trained and educated as a professional with a theoretical-practical approach and who is capable of working, with high social and ethical commitment, on different educational processes involving academic and organizational planning, management, and evaluation.

You will also work on educational research in formal and non-formal systems in order to promote the solution of problems and the transformation of these milieus, through collaboration and innovation. At the same time, you will participate in teaching activities with young people, adults, and senior adults.

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    Admission Profile

    As a candidate to pursue this program, you should have:

    • An inclination for reading and information analysis, as well as teamwork and leadership skills.
    • A critical, innovative, and helpful attitude.
    • A desire to direct your professional activity towards teaching young people and adults, educational improvement, and serving all members of the educational community.
    • Knowledge of basic mathematical and writing concepts and of the use of information and communication technologies.

    Graduate Profile

    Upon completion of this degree program, you will have developed the following knowledge:

    • Of the national educational system, its history and legislation.
    • Of the application of learning theories.
    • Of the operation of the teaching-learning process from the preschool level to senior citizen education.
    •  An understanding of the stages of the individual’s cognitive, biological, and psychosocial development.
    • Of how to contrast the most current educational trends in the national and international scene.
    • Of how to promote inclusion and diversity.
    • Of the administration and management of educational institutions.
    • Of community and organizational development, from an educational perspective.

    Upon completion of this program, you will have developed the following skills:

    • Analysis of the national and international educational contexts and of improvement proposals which are applicable to the immediate context.
    • Design, implementation, and evaluation of the teaching-learning processes within formal and non-formal education, for adolescents, adults, and senior adults.
    • Teaching adolescents, adults, and senior adults.
    • Implementation of innovative curricular proposals.
    • Design, management, implementation, and evaluation of projects and programs in formal and non-formal educational institutions.
    • Design, use, and evaluation of technology as an educational resource.
    • Orienting and facilitating change processes in the community, through educational actions.
    • Consultancy for educational institutions.
    • Research within the educational context and the application of the results of such research.

    Upon completion of this program, you will have developed the following attitudes:

    • Empathy and justice in the undertaking of your social commitment.
    • Humility and equality in collaboration with others.
    • Commitment to the common good in your proposals for innovation.
    • Tenacity, embedded in humanism and the solving of problems.
    • Empowerment and inclusion of others in your leadership.
    • An attitude of service and personal and professional ethics.

    Field of work

    As a graduate from the LED degree program, you will be able to work on the teaching- learning processes both in formal and non-formal education; on their planning, research, management, and evaluation processes; and in the field of education for young people and adults.

    • Teacher (at different educational levels)
    • High School teacher
    • Administrator of Educational Institution
    • Director
    • Division coordinator
    • Educational Programs Designer
    • Training Programs Designer
    • Trainer/Coach
    • Educational Programs Coordinator
    • Special Education Teacher
    • Community Programs Coordinator
    • Educational Field Researcher

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