HACIA UN CURRÍCULO FLEXIBLE: SALIDAS INTERMEDIAS Y CURSOS OPTATIVOS
PALABRAS CLAVE: currículo; salidas intermedias; asignaturas optativas
TOWARDS A FLEXIBLE CURRICULUM: INTERMEDIATE EXITS AND OPTIONAL COURSES
Traditionally, the curricula of the university degree courses have been focused on the formation of professionals within the required period for their graduation (5-6 years), with a single exit to the labour market. This research is aimed at contributing, from the Labour and Professional Formation of the students, to the definition of their formative process, according to their needs and interests. This paper also analyses the advantages of the intermediate exits in a university degree course, and how they allow students to obtain a college degree without affecting the continuation of the higher education studies or the quality of the formation of the university graduate. Such reality favours the insertion of the students in the labour market under conditions that suit the qualifications and experience related to the degree they are doing. From the curricular perspective, the proposal is based on flexible curricula with intermediate exits, where optional and/or elective courses can be of great importance.
KEYWORDS: Curriculum; intermediate exits; optional courses
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Copyright (c) 2015 Carlos Ortigoza Garcell, Eduardo Fernández Flores, Olga Bonachea Montero
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