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English Professional Associates Degree In Admin Of Local Economies Cubr

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Presentation of the Associate Degree in Administration of Local Economies offered by CUBR in Guayaquil, Ecuador

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English Professional Associates Degree In Admin Of Local Economies Cubr

  1. 1. AssociatesDegree in Administration of Local Economies<br />
  2. 2. WhythisDegree?<br />In thetown of Chongon…<br />A Universitydegreeisimportant<br />Veryfewpeoplehaveprofessionaldegrees<br />Thisprogramtrainspeopletowork in the rural areawheretheylive.<br />
  3. 3. What is the ? <br />The Foundation Centro Universitario de Bienestar Rural, CUBR, is a non profit, private institución devoted to higher education, con Legal Status from the Colombian Ministry of Education (Resolución 9111 del 11 de julio de 1988). <br />Aims to provide rural and urban areas with human rsources trained to take on the challenges of self-empowered development of their communities.<br />
  4. 4. WhatisthisProgram?<br />Itis a 2-year Universityprogramthatculminates in anAssociatesDegree.<br />TheDegreeisissuedbythe CUBR in Colombiawhichshouldthenbevalidatedbythe CONESUP of Ecuador.<br />
  5. 5. WhoistheProgramfor?<br />For young and adult high-school graduates who seek a college degreewhichwillhelp them to serve their own communities as trainedprofesionals.<br />
  6. 6. What are theProgramobjectives?<br />… develop intellectual, as well as spiritual capacities in students so they become moral leaders. <br />… achieve, through service,that students channel their inherent capacities into becoming active agents of social transformation.<br />… develop students potential to be actors of their own community’s development by means of social action.<br />…contribute to students intellectual formation by developing their fundamental skills and capacities so that their contribution to local (social) development is informed by science.<br />
  7. 7. Whatjobpossibilities can graduates look forward to?<br />The Graduate will have developed his/her capacities to:<br />Carry out feasibility studies for productive projects, small businesses or the service industry. <br />Advise on the creation of small businesses or service industries. <br />Elaborate and follow up budgets of community- based projects and local organizations.<br />Administer small community organizations or local government-funded programs or local institutions.<br />
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  9. 9. What is the Methodology?<br />It is distance-learning.<br />There will be study and fieldworkworkshpsmeetingsone weekend per month and smallergroupmeetingsonce a week.<br />
  10. 10. …Methodology<br />The teaching/learning process takes place whenthefollowing components interact:<br />Student<br />Text<br />Study Group<br />Tutor<br />Support from the digital platform.<br />During each academic period, students will have to dedicate some time to these activities:<br /><ul><li>Individual and group-study.
  11. 11. Attendworkshops (20 hours each subject).
  12. 12. Fieldwork.
  13. 13. Hand in homework and communicate with the tutor throughthe digital platform.</li></li></ul><li>What are the Components of the Program?<br />Academic<br />Comunity Service<br />Children’sclassteacher.<br />Junior Youthgroupanimator.<br />Helping in Media Project (Production Asisstant).<br />
  14. 14. Where?<br />Weekend workshops will take place at Alegría Farm, near Chongón.<br />Weekly study sessions will take place in small study groups formed by students who live near one another.<br />
  15. 15. When?<br />PreparationCourse:<br />February20 to May 16<br />2010<br />First Semester: June 15 toDecember 19, 2010<br />Second Semester: January 3 to June 5, 2011<br />Third Semester: July 8 to December 4, 2011<br />Fourth Semester: January 2 to April, 2012<br />Internship: May and June 2012. <br />
  16. 16. PrevioustotheFirst Semester<br />Registration<br />January 4 toFebruary 15, 2010<br />Turn in documents.<br />Pay $40.00<br />Take admission exam.<br />PreparationCourse<br />Academic + fieldwork<br />Induction<br />Descriptions 1 <br />Mathematics 1<br />Computer Lab 1<br />Dates<br />February 20 and 21.<br />March 27 and 28.<br />April 10 and 11.<br />May 15 and 16<br />
  17. 17. How much?<br />PreparationCourse<br />$40 Total (studentspay full fee).<br />$10 beforeFebruary 15, 2010.<br />Then… $15 a month or $7.50 every two weeksthroughApril 2010.<br />Each Semester<br />$320 Total ( texts included).<br />Each student pays $80 per semesterwith a scholarship<br />Payment: $13.50 a month or $7 every two weeks.<br />

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