Three of the seven graduates who prepared for six months for their undergraduate exam.
The examination consisted of a written and oral assessment, in front of an examining court
This Friday, August 14, 2020, seven young graduates of URACCAN took undergraduate exams to qualify for the degree of Agroforestry Engineering. "It is an arduous preparation of six months in which the contents have been provided and we have been aware about the doubts or observations that were presented" during the process, explained master Juan Mendoza, coordinator of the area of Science, Technology and Environment (CTMA).
At the opening of the event there was also the participation of the qualifying jury, composed of: MSc. Ilenia García, Director of External Cooperation at URACCAN; Msc. Luvy Hernandez; Msc. Paul Meza; Ing. Juan Lacayo; Msc. Neydi Gutierrez; and Ing. Holman Gómez.
The coordinator of the area explained the dynamics with which this graduation modality would be carried out. "It consists of two stages: the first written part, which equals 50%; and later, orally they complete the other 50% of the score."
Similarly, The Mendoza teacher provided the appropriate guidance to the students, explaining the participation of the jury in the oral evaluation. Each of them, according to the regulations, should prepare a agenda and based on it prepare questions for the titrators.