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College of Arts and Sciences

Professional Diploma in Teaching (Arabic)

Type Postgraduate
Credit Hours 24 Hours
Duration 1 Years
Language Arabic
Study Mode Part Time
Intake Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
Delivery Mode Evening or weekend
Campuses Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Al Dhafra, Dubai

Overview

If you are passionate about teaching and delivering a high-quality learning experience then this program, delivered in Arabic, is for you.  Blending practical experience with theoretical study, the program prepares you to teach in both public and private schools. 


The focus is placed on practical teaching experience, both school-based and within our micro-teaching laboratory. This is combined with the latest research into effective teaching and learning strategies. You will learn to plan, design, critically review and implement a curriculum, including material development. This program prepares you to teach a variety of subjects, examines classroom management strategies and the use of education technology.


You will gain skills that will enable you to design curricula and learning environments that will fully engage students in the learning process, taking into account different learning styles and special needs. You will study policy behind curriculum design, as well as analyze and evaluate different evaluation techniques.


We graduated over 3000 students from this program between 2011 and 2017, building a strong network of schools both nationally and regionally. These special relationships mean we remain fully responsive to the needs of the market we are serving.

“My daughter and I graduated at the same time.”  


"I chose ADU as my daughter was studying for a BBA in Finance at the University. In fact, we graduated at the same time and it was a special moment receiving our awards together at the graduation ceremony.


The program opened my eyes to brand-new methods and tools that I can use in the classroom. Since graduating from the program, I have been given the position of lead teacher for KG and G1. In this role I enjoy using my new-found skills and new teaching strategies to support my colleagues in delivering a quality learning experience to their students."

Rafida Mohamed Abdel Sahli from Palestine, graduated in June 2017

Tuition fees structure and calculation

Abu Dhabi

Course type
Total (AED)
AED 21,600
credit hour cost (AED)
900
required credits
24

Dubai

Course type
Total (AED)
AED 21,600
credit hour cost (AED)
900
required credits
24

Al Ain

Course type
Total (AED)
AED 21,600
credit hour cost (AED)
900
required credits
24

Al Dhafra

Course type
Total (AED)
AED 21,600
credit hour cost (AED)
900
required credits
24


Tuition is based upon the College and/or Department classification as opposed to the course classification or level. Tuition rates for undergraduate students vary from the tuition rates for graduate students.

The tuition fee calculations are an example only and are based on the assumption that elective courses will be taken with the College that the student is taking their major with. However, if the student selects elective courses outside of this College, the total cost payable may increase or decrease to reflect the tuition rate of the College where the elective is delivered. 

Costs of books and supplies are not included in the Tuition and Fees. Students at Abu Dhabi University are also required to pay certain fees and other costs to attend the University. Abu Dhabi University reserves the right to change tuition and fee rates at any time. A tuition schedule is published prior to registration for each semester.

For more information, please click here to view the University's tuition fee structure. Fees are subject to change during the year as per government charges and testing bodies.

Career opportunities

Graduates of this program have gone on to teach in both government and private schools within the UAE and across the region. 


Electives allow you to become a subject-specific teacher in Arabic, Islamic Studies, Science, Mathematics, English, Social Studies or Information Technology. 


Graduates can also take up education management roles, as well as non-teaching positions such as counselors and advisors.

Entry requirements

Course outline

Majors
21 credit hours
Major Electives
3 credit hours
Open Electives
0 credit hours
Dissertation /Project / Thesis
0 credit hours

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