Master's in Social Sciences in Romania
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Social sciences focus on the study of social relationships and human society. Courses within social science prepare students for a wide number of careers that deal with people or systems in public, private, and nonprofit sectors.
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This master’s program aims at the following objectives: To ensure a proper training from a theoretical and practical point of view in order to give foundation to the decisions specific to the activity of financially managing an affair in the European space.
2 years (4 semesters), part of the European Master's Degree Program Egalises 2-year Master's program (4 semesters), including the Master's Degree Program Européen EGALES
Internationally competitive in English, the master's program in American studies includes modules such as "Theories, Strategies and Practices in American Studies," "History, Policy and Governance," "Society, Difference and Diversity, "" Identity Building, "" Cultural Translation, "" Media Communication, "" American Image Culture, "" Euro-American Relations, "and" Fulbright Seminar "by US teachers. Teachers who teach in the program are Romanian teachers with internships in the US as well as American teachers in Romania as part of academic exchange programs.
Master in International Arbitration
The Master I corresponds to the fourth year of studies leading to the Master's degree in International and European Business Law. The Master's year is often seen as preparation for entry to the Master II. It allows students to acquire a first specialty.
This two-year degree program aims to prepare future professionals of public affairs for higher adaptability to multicultural and increasingly digital work environments while contributing to advancing the local, national and global sustainable development and social responsibility efforts.
Programme de master de 2 ans (4 semestres) offert conjointement par la Faculté de Sciences Politiques de l'Université de Bucarest (FSPUB) et l’École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS, Paris)
Since 2009 MoRiS has offered students an English-language curriculum focused on kindling research intuition and meticulous theoretical and methodological knowledge.
The Master Program in Behavioral Economics, offered by the Faculty of Administration and Business together with the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences from the University of Bucharest, aims to help prepare specialists in the areas of decision processes and strategic interaction. In order to achieve this purpose, we use an approach which integrates the different mechanisms governing economic behavior.
At present, there are few programs of this type in the world, and ours is the only taught in English in Europe. Organized in collaboration with Ca’ Foscari University, Venice and Institut de Practices Philosophiques, Argenteuil, our 2-year MA’s main purpose is the intense and comprehensive high-quality certified formation of well-trained professionals in applied/practical philosophy, which include philosophical counseling and consultancy for individuals and organizations, ethical counseling, and philosophy for children. Employing solid philosophical knowledge and general counseling skills, the successful graduates will facilitate the thinking of a client or group of people via the five methods generated by philosophy: critical thinking, conceptual analysis, phenomenology, thought experiments, and creative thinking.
In a multi-disciplinary context, international development studies examine social, political and economic transformations involved in the development and key issues connected to globalization, inequality, poverty, gender relations, environmental degradation and other dimensions constitutive to development. Focusing on a global perspective, the Masters in International Development and Management of Global Affairs offers to its student's new professional opportunities for working in international non-governmental organizations or bilateral and multilateral development organizations by connecting local academic initiatives to global evolutions in international development studies.