Study plan Bachelor's Degree in Social Education

Study guides

Title of qualification awarded

Diploma in Social Education

Timetables

Mornings

Study plan information

Table of credits for each course

  Basic training Compulsory Optional Bachelor's Degree Final Project
1st year 36 24    
2nd year 24 36    
3rd year   42 18  
4th year   18 36 6
Totals 60 120 54 6

Period of study

Year-long

Part-time or full-time

Full-time dedication Part-time dedication can also be considered.

Specialisations

Basic training
Specialisation in Child and Youth Education
Specialisation in Adult Education
Specialisation in Social and Community Education

Basic and compulsory training

First year Second year
  • Education and Educational Contexts (*)
  • Communication and Educational Interaction I and II(*)
  • Biopsychological Aspects of the Person
  • Observing the World: Interdisciplinary Projects (*)
  • Theories and History of Education
  • Teaching and Learning Process
  • Developmental and Educational Psychology
  • Anthropology and Philosophy of Education
  • Socio-Political Bases of Education
  • The Organisation and Groups (1)
  • Design, Monitoring and Evaluation of Plans and Programmes
  • Research in Education
Third year  Fourth year
  • Social Education (2)
  • Management of Social and Educational Institutions
  • Education of Adults
  • Education of Children and Young Adults
  • Foundations of Social and Community Education (1)
  • Practicum I (1) (2)
  • Practicum II
  • Bachelor's Degree Final Project

(*) These subjects are common to all the degrees offered at the Faculty of Education.
(1) These subjects can be officially recognised in the case of students coming from the CFGS in Social and Cultural Activities.
(2) These subjects can be officially recognised in the case of students coming from the CFGS in Social Integration.

Optional subjects

All optional subjects are worth 6 credits. The optional subjects students can enrol in are decided upon each year.
 

Third and fourth years  
  • Children and Adolescents at Risk
  • Functional Literacy and Second Language Learning
  •  Social Inclusion of People with Disabilities (2)
  • Comparative Social Education
  • Analysis of Research Applied to Social Education
  • Open Debates in Education
  • Cultural Development in the Community
  •  Social Work and Discrimination 

If you wish to expand upon your training in one of the three specific areas that the qualification focuses on you can take a 30 credit specialisation by enrolling in the corresponding optional modules.

Specialisation in Child and Youth Education Specialisation in Adult Education Specialisation in Social and Community Education
  • Education of Children and Young Adults in their Free Time
  • Technology for Learning and Knowledge (TLK)
  • Mediation Strategies
  • Institutions of Justice and Rehabilitation
  • Education in Contexts of Diversity (2)
  • Teaching Strategies for the Training of Adults
  • Mediation Strategies
  • Orientation and Socio-labour Integration (1) (2)
  • Hosting and Inclusion of Immigrants (2)
  • Institutions of Justice and Rehabilitation
  • Health Education
  • Democracy and Social Participation
  • Education and Cooperation for Development
  • Mediation Strategies
  • Education, Sustainability and Consumption
  • Education for Citizenship (1) (2)

(1) These subjects can be officially recognised in the case of students coming from the CFGS in Social and Cultural Activities.
(2) These subjects can be officially recognised in the case of students coming from the CFGS in Social Integration.