Human resources is an interdisciplinary program of theoretical, methodological and applied training in quantitative and qualitative methods of applied social research, analysis of economic and social data, organizational evaluation, strategies and methods of staff selection and recruitment, organizational development, mediation and negotiation of labour relations. The knowledge and skills acquired can be used for the analysis, planning, management and evaluation of organizational processes, such as procedures and working standards in human resources and labour relations.
Acquiring in-depth knowledge in terms of how society is formed and how it functions, especially in the field of labour organization, a wide range of concepts, theories, ideas and methodologies that allow students to critically formulate ontologies of the social work and epistemologies through which to understand it, as well as acquiring a coherent set of research methods and techniques to enable them to obtain and analyse quantitative, qualitative and ethnographic data; [relevance]
Developing the skills required to work as a specialist in human resources, recruitment, labour relations, specialist in labour and unemployment, retraining – mobility consultant, training, assessment and personnel recruitment inspector, but also other technical jobs such as marketing specialist, individual interview operator, group interview moderator, data analyst etc.; [relevance]
Developing the ability to initiate, conceptualise, design, conduct and complete sociological surveys or studies: problematisation, choosing a research field (population, sample, subjects), design, operalisation, data collection and analysis (e.g. quantitative or qualitative evaluation of a program; identification of resources and obstacles in developing a community etc.); [relevance]
Developing a set of transferable lifelong attitudes and skills (cognitive, communication, interactional and civic, self-knowledge and self-organization) which are appreciated by employers and community members; [community and life-long perspective]
Forming transferable knowledge and skills that will allow students to navigate their education and career, respectively to continue their studies in a master’s degree in human resources/sociology/anthropology or a related discipline (psychology, economics, political science, communication, education, legal science) in the country or abroad; [mobility and life-long perspective]
Design and implementation of sociological research (collection, processing and analysis of social data) in organizations and communities, cultural research, market research etc.
management of social data systems
diagnosis of the organizational environment
appropriate use of the applied sociological perspective
identifying the development needs of human resources in the organization by applying specific methods
analysing the interaction between human resource and management
applying the strategies of rigorous, efficient work, punctuality and personal responsibility towards the end result, based on the principles, norms and values of the professional ethics code
applying group networking techniques, empathic interpersonal communication and taking on specific roles within the team
efficient use of information and communication sources and assisted professional training (internet portals, specialized software applications, databases, online courses, etc.) both in Romanian and in an international language
General sociology Sociological research methods and techniques General and educational psychology Complementary course optional 1 Complementary course optional 1 Foreign language 1 English French German Italian Spanish Physical Education course 1
Modern sociological theories Social statistics and data analysis Specialized course optional 2 Specialized course optional 3 Professional practice 1 Foreign language 2 English French German Italian Spanish Physical Education course 2
Contemporary sociological theories Quantitative analysis of data with computer applications Psychological testing and evaluation methods Social psychology Qualitative methods in sociological research Specialized course optional 4
Sociology of organizations Labour and personnel psychology Design and practice of sociological applied research Specialized course optional 5 Specialized course optional 6 Specialized course optional 7 Professional practice 2
Labor law and social protection Human resources management Stratification and social mobility Labour management Specialized course optional 8 Specialized course optional 9 Applied specialized research
Career counselling Sociology of communication and mass media Demography and sociology of the population Specialized course optional 10 Specialized course optional 11 Applied research for the Bachelor’s thesis
Labour market analyst; Employee recruitment/integration analyst; Payroll Systems Analyst; Research Assistant in Anthropology; Research Assistant in Sociology; Community Development Researcher; Public administration advisor; Labour and unemployment counsellor; Career counsellor; Advisor / expert / inspector / referent / economist in trade and marketing; Adviser / expert / inspector / specialist / economist in general economics; Personal reconversion-mobility consultant; Professional skills assessor; Specialist inspector for training, evaluation and professional selection; Mentor; Teacher in secondary education; Specialist in labour and unemployment; Marketing specialist; Sociologist; Social Relations Specialist; Human resources specialist; Recruitment specialist; Specialist in labour relations.