Academics | Faculties | FACULTY OF HUMANITIES | Department of Psychology, Education, and Physical Education | Teaching Diploma | NDU

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The purpose of the Teaching Diploma program is to prepare individuals to become school teachers. This program is designed to accommodate both fresh graduates and experienced teachers who may be lacking in scientific preparation. 

The course material will encompass various aspects of teaching, irrespective of the subject matter. These aspects include general educational theories of learning, fundamental educational psychology, classroom discipline and management, testing and evaluation, as well as various methods of the teaching-learning process. 


Admission Requirements

To qualify for admission, a candidate must be pursuing a BA/BS degree or possess a recognized B.A./B.S. degree in any of the following subjects: English, Mathematics, Life Science, Physical Education, Chemistry, Physics, and Computer Science. All candidates are required to achieve a minimum score of 60 on the EET. 



The Government of Lebanon acknowledges the Teaching Diploma as equivalent to the "License d'Enseignement" if the student holds the Lebanese Baccalaureate Part II and has successfully completed the 21 credits required for the Diploma in addition to the total number of credits required for the BA/BS.


Graduation Requirements

In order to obtain the Teaching Diploma, students must successfully pass 21 credits with a GPA of 2.0/4.0 or above in the following courses. In addition, depending on their original BA, English, Mathematics, Life Science, Physical Education, Chemistry, Physics, and Information Technology, students must select an additional set of 3 courses suited to their discipline. NDU students may elect to begin their Teaching Diploma parallel to their degree program.



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Total 21 Credits
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