1. Course title: Bachelor of Education Program in Computer
2. Degree title: Bachelor of Education (Computer) B.Ed. (Computer)
3. Faculty: Faculty of Education
4. Course objectives: To produce graduates who
       4.1 Have an ethical, public-spirited, responsible attitude towards their studies, their work, the economy, society and the environment.
       4.2 Have knowledge and ability in the design, development, use, management, and evaluation of computer systems, programs, and electronic communication; have expertise in managing learning experiences, in teaching, and in developing practice sessions; and are able to use this expertise in both formal and informal education as necessary.
       4.3 Have analytical, critical and evaluative skills and are able to integrate these with theories relating to and research in computer science, applying them to generate creative and innovative problem-solving solutions for the development of learners’ abilities.
       4.4 Have the potential to become leaders in the field of teaching computer science; have an understanding of the nature of learning; have an ability to listen to and to understand learners and their needs; and are able to communicate effectively and appropriately with learners.
5. Curriculum:
              5.1 Total credits: Not fewer than 166 credits in total.
              5.2 The curriculum is separated into the following subjects:
                            5.2.1 General education totaling not fewer than credits 30 and comprised of
                                 Languages and communication studies                               12-15 credits
                                 Humanities                                                                                 3-9 credits
                                 Social studies                                                                             3-9 credits
                                 Mathematics, sciences and technology                                    6-9 credits
                            5.2.2 Specialist education totaling not fewer than 130 credits comprised of
                                 Professional training                                                                 52 credits
                                               Compulsory modules                                               33 credits
                                               Optional modules Not fewer than                           5 credits
                                               Practical modules                                                     14 credits
                                 Core modules in physics totaling not fewer than 78 credits and comprised of
                                               Compulsory modules Not fewer than                       68 credits
                                               Teaching                                                                       6 credits
                                               Additional core modules Not fewer than                   4 credits
                            5.2.3 Optional modules totaling not fewer than                                                   6 credits
6. Careers after Graduation
              6.1 Computer science teacher
              6.2 Technical specialist in education (learning management)
              6.3 Technical specialist in education (design and development of training)
              6.4 Computer and IT officer
              6.5 Analyst and designer (e-learning systems)
              6.6 Software developer (e-learning systems)
              6.7 Network administrator
              6.8 Web developer (e-learning systems)
              6.9 IT technician (education or business environments)
              6.10 Entrepreneur or manager (computer or IT-related sectors)