Why study Educational Sciences?
The Science of Education is dedicated to everything related to the process of educating and training people, educational theories and models.
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What is the Education Sciences career about?
The Education Sciences career focuses on educational models and theories. Educators demonstrate that learning is not limited to the classroom, but can take place in a multitude of places and settings. This career considers that education is inscribed in the broader cultural, political or historical context, rather than the ways in which it is practically delivered in school. These studies include job placement opportunities or internships to help get a taste of what it would be like to use your knowledge and skills in different contexts.
Why study Educational Sciences?
Because you are interested in education as a subject, but you don’t necessarily want to work on the front line as a teacher. If this is your case, the ideal is that you study Educational Sciences. Currently, only half of those working in the sector are teachers, the other half work as educational professionals.
How long does the Education Sciences career last? Is this race known by another name?
Being a bachelor’s degree, the Education Sciences career lasts approximately four or five years. This career is known as Education Sciences, however, this career covers the other disciplines that study education scientifically, Philosophy of Education, Social Education, Educational Psychology, Pedagogy and Special Education among others. Therefore, in some countries such as Spain, there is no Education Science degree as such, but what would be its equivalent: Pedagogy.
What job opportunities does the Bachelor of Science in Education have?
A Bachelor of Science in Education has the opportunity to work in different areas: in educational institutions, both university, middle or higher level, administrator, pedagogue or psychopedagogue; in Companies, Unions etc., designing and implementing educational policies and systems and staff development; in publishers, Cultural Centers and Social Institutions and many other areas.
How is the day to day of an educator?
An educator can work creating educational policies and plans; advise institutional educational projects; plan, organize, lead and evaluate the teachers of an educational system; research educational projects; evaluate the education of a country; define and develop improvement plans around education; advise teachers and institutions regarding the selection and use of technologies and new media in the classroom; develop plans for educational guidance, vocational guidance, etc .; planning, executing and evaluating educational programs and many other issues related to education.
Where to study the Bachelor of Science in Education?
Argentina: University of Buenos Aires, National University of La Plata, National University of Córdoba, National University of the Center of the Province of Buenos Aires, Argentine Catholic University, University of Morón, 21st Century University, Inter-American Open University, CAECE University, etc.
Colombia: National University of Colombia, etc.
Chile: Metropolitan University of Educational Sciences, Autonomous University of Chile, Catholic University of Chile, etc.
Spain: Complutense University of Madrid, National University of Distance Education, Pontifical University of Salamanca, University of Burgos, University of Granada, University of Murcia, University of Navarra, University of Oviedo, University of Salamanca, etc.
Mexico: University of Monterrey, National Pedagogical University, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Metropolitan Autonomous University, Higher Institute of Educational Sciences, etc.
Peru: Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, University of Sciences and Humanities, etc.
Uruguay: University of the Republic, etc.