Man is nothing more than what education does of him.
Master's degree: The master's degree is a second cycle university degree awarded by "universities" or colleges upon completion of a course of study demonstrating mastery or a high-order overview of a specific field of study or area of study .
A master's degree usually requires prior study at the bachelor's level, either as a separate degree or as part of an integrated course. Within the area studied, masters must possess advanced knowledge of a specialized body of theoretical and applied topics; High-order skills in analysis, critical assessment or professional application; And the ability to solve complex problems and think in a rigorous and independent way.
These degrees are generally titled and their use the 'master of ...' form, where either a college (typically arts or science) or a field (engineering, physics, chemistry, business administration, etc.) is specified. The two major common titles of master degrees are the master of arts (m.a. / a.m) and master of science (msc / m.s. / s.m.) degrees; which usually consist of a mixture of research and taught material.
In the united states of america, the education department classifies the master's degree as academic or professional research. Usually lasts for 2 years and holds in 60 - 120 credits.
Master's Degree (2 years):
(1) With Thesis or Masteral Reseach Project = 72 ECTS or 36 semester units broken down as follows:
The. Academics = 60 ECTS or 30 semester units
B. Thesis or Research Project = 12 ECTS or 6 semester units
(2) Without Thesis or Without Masteral Research Project = 96 ECTS or 48 semester units
Requires elaboration and presentation of dissertation for its conclusion.
The durations of the offered programs are in agreement with what was established by the independent education commission in rule 6E 2004 (4) FAC.
Our institution has as a desire to prepare professionals to work in the areas of: theology, education, administration, music, fine arts, communication and social service.
All of our programs are offered pursuant to Section 1005.06 (1) (f), FS and pursuant to Rule 6E-5.001, Fla, Admin. Code.