Graduates of Intercultural Communication conduct pre-defense on their monographic research
URACCAN teachers accompany young people throughout the research process.
Noel Aguilera

The Baccalaureates Betania Samdles and Victoria Borges, graduated from the Bachelor's Degree in Intercultural Communication, pre-defended their research "Impact of the communication campaign in the city of Bluefields".

It should be noted that the jury was composed of communication professionals, such as: teacher Lilian Thomas, teacher Yovira García and Licda. Lydia Zapata, who currently teaches the fifth year of Intercultural Communication in this house of higher education.

According to area coordinator Narda Wilson, "we are pleased that they have achieved the first step, which is pre-defense, the research issue is of great importance because it comes to contribute to costly society as such."

Accompaniment to graduates from the area

Teacher Wilson noted that, "from the area, teachers work directly with students who are in the process of developing monographic research to qualify for a bachelor's degree; in this case the one in charge of the high schoolers is the teacher Diana Oporta, and just as an area we work hand in hand with them to get the results that we are seeing today."

These achievements as an academic area are thanks to the effort and commitment of the team of teachers that we have, despite the context in which we find ourselves we have seen the interest of our students to complete their professional studies.