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Page: 736
Publication year: 2011
ISBN: 978-84-615-0441-1
ISSN: 2340-1117

Conference name: 3rd International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies
Dates: 4-6 July, 2011
Location: Barcelona, Spain

INTERDISCIPLINARY LEARNING EXPERIENCES IN THE EHEA (GRADES OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AND SOCIOLOGY)

J. Sánchez Barricarte, J. Redondo Rodelas

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (SPAIN)
The process of adapting to the EHEA has opened a debate on the content, teaching programs and the future of the two disciplines. On the other hand, has raised the need to integrate various disciplines in varying degrees in order to foster interdisciplinarity, especially in the early grades, and, likewise, have established the mode of double degrees. In short, Bologna, commonly known as the integration process, fundamental aims of high level professional training adapted to the labor needs of the XXI Century. The challenge for these two disciplines is to combine the traditional theoretical foundations with the introduction of useful tools in the development of the professions related to our fields. Political Science and Sociology are disciplines traditionally twin, though, while Sociology has enjoyed considerable autonomy over the process of implementation and development in Spain, has appeared in Political Science departments linked to the Theory of State and Law public until the late 70's and early 80's (even in the beginning his studies were integrated together with economics, because the technocratic project of late 50's was to build a school of public service). Today, with studies in Political Science and Sociology considered separately, the EHEA opens the possibility of including various curriculum subjects of these two fields of knowledge in other degrees of social sciences and humanities. In addition, Carlos III University has promoted a dual degree in Political Science and Sociology with the aim of forming an integral way professionals capable of interpreting the social and political reality and adapt to market needs, as unstoppable trend is to require capabilities leadership, innovation, knowledge management, professional equipment, design and coordination of projects, etc ... In short, this paper intends to point the way in which adaptation to the EHEA has identified the training needs of our graduates and professionals and to determine what materials, tools and skills are needed within our professional disciplines to any social and human sciences, redefining our own degrees and offer comprehensive training to students choosing to study a double degree.
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J. Sánchez Barricarte, J. Redondo Rodelas (2011) INTERDISCIPLINARY LEARNING EXPERIENCES IN THE EHEA (GRADES OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AND SOCIOLOGY), EDULEARN11 Proceedings, p. 736.
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