Undergraduate (Bachelors Degree)
Undergraduate Degree in Learning and Instructional Sciences
Learning period: 3 Years | Type of Program: Double major | Enrollment Status: Registration begins January 29, 2023.| Department web site
Research and studies in the Department of Learning and Instructional Sciences are anchored in an integrative approach of acquiring both academic-theoretical and practical knowledge of learning and teaching. The main areas of study and research in the Department are learning sciences, pedagogy and didactics, learning and instructional technologies, Philosophy of education, research methods in education, multicultural education, and higher-order thinking and meta-cognition in the disciplines.
Undergraduate studies in the Department focus on issues of teaching and learning with an emphasis on the connection between theory, research and practice. The students of the Department build knowledge in teaching their discipline and field of knowledge along with an interdisciplinary vision of teaching and learning processes, planning and design of learning environments, and personal and professional development as educators. They create in-depth and comprehensive knowledge in areas that form the basis of everyone who deals with education, such as the psychological, philosophical, pedagogical and sociological aspects of education.