1. University Class Schedules
Degree: Classes are held daily Monday to Friday from 6 to 10 PM. Some subjects are also offered on Saturday.
*In ESL: classes are held Friday evening and Saturdays
* Finance and Marketing: Held once a week, 1 module per month.
2. How are programs structured?
- We offer three terms per year. (January- April, May-August and September-December)
- All of our careers have 11 terms and a 31/2 years length for the Bachelors Degree or 2 years for the Associate.
Associate / Bachelors:
- Hotel and Tourism Administration
- Business Administration
- Specialization in ESL
- Specialization in marketing and finances
4. Are classes held in english?
The only career taught in English is Education (except for the first 2 terms – held mostly in Spanish). Starting on the 6th term, the study plan of all other careers include English as a subject
5. Do i need to know english to study at UNICDA?
If you plan to study Education English is a must; since it is taught mostly in this language.
For all other careers we do recommend that you study English in parallel since you’ll require at least a level 6 by the 6th term, to be able to graduate in accordance with your study plan.
6. I studied english at ICDA; would you validate it?
If by the time you reach 6th term you’ve finished your English courses or you have your certificate with an issue date with less than a year, we can validate it.
7. Is UNICDA a recognized university?
- Yes, we are authorized to offer or services under Presidential Act No. 389-01, march 20th 2001.
8. About theAdmissions exam…
- All new students must take an Admissions Test in Math and Spanish. The exam costs RD$1,500
- Students interested in studying Education must also take an English Proficiency test before taking the Admissions test. Total cost for the 3 exams RD$2,000
- Foreign students must take a FREE Spanish proficiency test at the School of language. To apply at UNICDA students must have at least a Level 4.
- The Admissions test is held on Friday afternoon at 3:00 PM. The English and Spanish proficiency tests are administered by appointment.
9. I heard about and agreement between UNICDA and ITLA?
Both institutions have signed an agreement in which students that finished their studies in Software and Networks may transfer a considerable amount of credits to our University, and this way obtaining their Bachelors Degree in IT in little over 2 years.