Fields of study
- Publicat: 08 Ianuarie 2017 08 Ianuarie 2017
- Ultima actualizare: 26 Ianuarie 2017 26 Ianuarie 2017
PRESENTATION OF THE PROGRAMMES OF STUDIES OF
1. Undergraduate programme: Management
The programme trains specialists in economic sciences, enabling the graduates to hold the position of manager in various areas, as marketing, tourism, finance, banking, public administration and the like. By attending Management programme of studies, the future graduates will be able to work as project managers, management consultants, marketing managers, food safety managers, tourism managers, general managers, financial managers, pharmacy managers, public – private partnership project managers, social enterprise managers, innovation mangers, bank mangers, supply managers, risk management system managers, environmental management system managers, quality management system mangers, cultural organisation managers, procurement managers and the like.
The future graduates will develop the following competencies: identification, analysis and management of the elements defining the internal and external environments of the organisation, by means of diagnosis and SWOT analysis; elaboration and implementation of the organisation’s strategies and policies; elaboration and implementation of the managerial system and of its subsystems (resource and task assignment and reassignment); identification, selection and use of the forecasting, organisation, coordination and control and evaluation methods; decision making, substantiation and implementation for small-sized organisations (covering the organisation as a whole or its components); use of the databases, information and knowledge in implementing the management methods, techniques and procedures.
2. Undergraduate programme: Law
The programme trains specialists in the legal field who may work as magistrates (judges or prosecutors), lawyers, notaries, law enforcement officers, researchers, teaching staff and other officers of the court (court clerks, registrars and the like). Also, the future holders of an academic degree may fill in the following positions: legal advisers, reviewers, programme coordinators and other positions requiring the possession of legal knowledge.
The future graduates will develop the following competencies: proper use of the legal concepts, theories, paradigms and methodologies; implementation of the domestic, European and international laws; interpretation, correlation and comparative analysis of the legal institutions governed by the Romanian law, the European Union law and the legislation of other states; use of the necessary knowledge to collect the data pertaining to an actual matter of law; implementation of the effective legislation in the analysis, classification and appropriate settlement of the matters of law; performance of tasks in an efficient and responsible manner and efficient use of the communication resources and information sources both in Romanian and in an international language.
3. Master programme: Accounting, expertise and audit
The programme allows the graduates to require the equivalence of the Master studies with the admission examination to the practical training for obtaining the expert accountant qualification. The future graduates will develop the following competencies: management of various types of transactions and events in the economic entities, from a financial and accounting perspective; elaboration of complex accounting and audit studies and projects applicable in the private and public sectors; regulation of various accounting documents in line with the domestic and European laws in the field; adaptation of the International Standards on Auditing for financial audit purposes; advanced knowledge of and integrated use of information technology to assist financial and accounting management decision-making; design of software, design and implementation of IT resources that build value and a competitive advantage for the organisation; elaboration of managerial strategies based on financial and accounting actions.
By attending Accounting, expertise and audit programme of studies, the future graduates will be able to work as credit administrators – 241215; analysts – 251201; cost recovery analysts – 241220; internal auditors – 241105; public sector internal auditors – 241306; controllers – 241201; Financial Guard Commissaries – 241202; financial and banking advisors – 241203; economic management advisors / experts / inspectors / reviewers / economists – 263106; budget consultants – 241208; computer science consultants – 251901; management controllers – 241106; expert accountants – examiners – 241102; liquidators – 241218; bank officers (credits, marketing, banking products and services) – 241230; financial and accounting expert reviewers – 241104; revisers – 241103.
4. Master programme: Organisational management and entrepreneurship
Organisational management and entrepreneurship Master programme (Management area of study) trains specialists capable to take roles and responsibilities as leaders of multi-specialised teams working in the private or public sector. The programme is open for all the people involved in the economic sciences area, helping them to enhance their professional and communication abilities. The future graduates will develop the following competencies: performance of integrated analyses of managerial data, interpretation and use of such data in broad professional situations; elaboration of complex projects for decision substantiation; development of managerial strategies in order to improve the corporate economic performance; identification of the roles and responsibilities in one’s capacity as a leader of multi-specialised teams and implementation of efficient communication and teamwork techniques; identification of the continuing training needs, building one’s own educational path and capitalisation of one’s analysis resources and techniques for professional self-assessment purposes.
By attending Organisational management and entrepreneurship programme of studies, the future graduates will be able to work as general directors, directors and equivalent (1210); heads of compartments (sections, departments, offices, laboratories and the like) carrying out production and social activities within large economic and social units (e.g. agriculture, industry, commerce, transportation, hospitality, health care, education and the like) (122); managers (heads of units) of small-sized economic and social units (e.g. agriculture, constructions, commerce, hospitality, transportation, mediation and the like) (130); specialists holding administrative and social offices (241) in fields as finance and banking, staff-related affairs and staff professional training; specialists holding administrative and commercial offices; specialists in economic, social and human sciences (244); researchers and research assistants in finance and banking (256); researchers and research assistants in economic, social and human sciences (258).
5. Master programme: Social dialogue and communication in the workplace
Social dialogue and communication in the workplace is the only Master programme in Romania which aims at training jurists specialised in labour and social security law, in communication and social dialogue, capable to provide legal aid services, to properly implement the labour and social protection legislation within enterprises, in human resource management area. The programme is open for all the persons involved in the social law area, helping them to enhance their professional and communication abilities.
The future graduates will develop the following competencies: proper use of the concepts, paradigms and methodologies specific to workplace communication and social dialogue; implementation of the social dialogue and communication-specific techniques and instruments; interpretation, correlation and comparative analysis of the legal institutions of labour law and social dialogue governed by the Romanian law, the European Union law and the legislation of other states; implementation of the effective legislation in the analysis, classification and appropriate settlement of the matters of law.
6. Master programme: Criminal sciences
The programme aims at helping the candidates build a deeper understanding of criminal sciences in an interdisciplinary context, at building the algorithm of the psychological demands in the field, the interrogation psycho tactical strategies, the forensics-specific modern techniques and methods, training specialists capable to meet the European and international anticrime cooperation requirements.
The future graduates will develop the following competencies: identification of any infringement upon the international law standards; knowledge of the international legal mechanisms and of the relations between such mechanisms and the national judicial systems in criminal international law; advanced knowledge of the role and functions of evidence during criminal investigation and identification of potential errors in the evidence collection and preservation process; meeting of the anticrime demands, in the judicial process context, but also following the cross-border expansion of crime phenomenon resulting in domestic violence, juvenile delinquency and the like; meeting of the European and international anticrime cooperation requirements.