Undergraduate Diploma in Education

Our Undergraduate Diploma in Education is comprehensive and taught by an expert faculty comprising professionals, scholars and industry experts. The course content is designed keeping in view the current market trends and the challenges of the contemporary Education. Once you graduate from School of Education, you may rest assured that your degree will be respected and recognized by reputed employers around the globe. Currently, our graduates are associated with the top Fortune 500 companies, which is testament to our higher educational standards.

About This Program

The well-designed curriculum at Woodland strive to achieve academic excellence, allowing students to receive divulging knowledge through the comprehensive education programs. Aiming to produce outstanding professionals, equipped with fundamental knowledge and problem solving skills to advance their careers.

Education program is an extension of providing the learning for pursuing advanced teaching skills. It would enable the candidate to take on roles like a lead teacher and even a department head. It helps in the integration of the learned knowledge of specialized leadership roles to be applied in the field with approved administrations to follow.

Undergraduate
Degree Program

  • Eligibility
    Criteria
  • High school diploma, GED or equiv. international education
  • Fields: 15
  • Majors: 9
  • 6Courses
  • 36Credit Hours
  • less than 5 monthsDuration
  • $3,600Tuition Fee

Courses Offered

You can choose following courses for your Undergraduate Diploma. Each course offers unique learning experience for you. Each course is prepared by highly qualified faculty from around the globe. Course content is updated so to equip the students with most relevant knowledge in the field.


Specialized Courses

Mentioned below are the exclusive and Renowned Majors University of Woodland California offers in its School of Education. Browse through the majors to view their details and Specialize in the field you wish to enhance your career in.

Renowned Majors
Course Name Credit Hours
Art in Early Childhood (EAE-054) 6 Credits
Early Childhood Special Education (EAE-134) 6 Credits
Methods in Early Childhood Education (EAE-307) 6 Credits
Introduction to Early Education (EAE-761) 6 Credits
Early childhood language Development (EAE-800) 6 Credits
Early Childhood Education Curriculum (EAE-861) 6 Credits
Learn more about Early Education
Course Name Credit Hours
Middle School Science (MLE-060) 6 Credits
Computers in Middle School Education (MLE-185) 6 Credits
Introduction to Middle School Teaching (MLE-476) 6 Credits
Fundamentals of Middle School Mathematics (MLE-603) 6 Credits
Art in Middle School Education (MLE-714) 6 Credits
Introduction to Middle School Education (MLE-833) 6 Credits
Learn more about Middle Level Education
Course Name Credit Hours
Introduction to Adult Education (AED-015) 6 Credits
Information Technology for Adult Learning (AED-176) 6 Credits
Methods of teaching adults (AED-524) 6 Credits
Adult Identity Culture and Communication (AED-649) 6 Credits
Issues in Adult literacy (AED-799) 6 Credits
Social psychology of adult learning (AED-872) 6 Credits
Learn more about Adult Education
Course Name Credit Hours
Introduction to Inclusion (SPE-020) 6 Credits
Assessment in Special Education (SPE-106) 6 Credits
Introduction to Special Education (SPE-551) 6 Credits
Introduction to Mental Retardation (SPE-692) 6 Credits
Teaching students with Moderate Disabilities (SPE-731) 6 Credits
Special Education Mathematics (SPE-873) 6 Credits
Learn more about Special Education
Course Name Credit Hours
Introduction to Psychological Testing (ASE-078) 6 Credits
Introduction to Assessment and Evaluation (ASE-083) 6 Credits
Introduction to Behavior Management (ASE-237) 6 Credits
Educational Research (ASE-384) 6 Credits
Foundations of Grading (ASE-654) 6 Credits
Fundamentals of Program Evaluation (ASE-843) 6 Credits
Learn more about Assessment and Evaluation
Course Name Credit Hours
Basics of Reading Problems (TLN-160) 6 Credits
Teaching and Learning Technology (TLN-171) 6 Credits
Current Issues in Teaching and Learning (TLN-302) 6 Credits
Introduction to Elementary Reading Methods (TLN-309) 6 Credits
Introduction to Teaching and Learning (TLN-477) 6 Credits
Foundations of Content Area Reading (TLN-781) 6 Credits
Learn more about Teaching and Learning
Course Name Credit Hours
Introduction to Educational Administration (TLN-160) 6 Credits
Introduction to School Finance (TLN-171) 6 Credits
Ethics in Educational Leadership (TLN-302) 6 Credits
Administration and Education Policy (TLN-309) 6 Credits
Law in Educational Administration (ADS-634) 6 Credits
Current trends in Supervision (ADS-717) 6 Credits
Learn more about Administration and Supervision
Course Name Credit Hours
Introduction to Inclusion (SPE-020) 6 Credits
Introduction to Instruction (CUI-333) 6 Credits
Technology and Curriculum (CUI-441) 6 Credits
Introduction to Foreign language Methods in Teaching (CUI-442) 6 Credits
Introduction to Curriculum (CUI-570) 6 Credits
Foundations of Content Area Reading (TLN-781) 6 Credits
Learn more about Curriculum and Instruction
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