The Degree in Labor Relations and Human Resources Taught by the University School of Labor Relations Foundation of A Coruña is an official degree that is registered in the area of knowledge of Social and Legal Sciences, and is given by a private center, attached to the University of A Coruña.
This training in four academic courses (240 ECTS) aims to train experts in the field of work organization, human resource management, labor law and public finance, as well as social policy managers; In short, professionals who join a multidisciplinary team, with functional versatility and adaptability to new technologies in order to respond to the new challenges of the world of work.
Why study the degree
Given that the company suffered in recent years a rapid evolution derived from structural changes in the economic, legal and socio-labor contours, which conditioned the answer of work and the organizational structure of companies and institutions, it becomes evident the social necessity of Professionals who possess the skills and knowledge to develop multidisciplinary tasks in the world of work, facing the new challenges that condition the organizational structure of companies and institutions.
Under this premise, the Degree in Labor Relations and Human Resources allows our students to acquire the necessary skills to develop their work in this context.
What is learned
The degree programs in Labor Relations and Human Resources enable our students to acquire and apply theoretical and practical knowledge in the fields related to the organization of work and the management and management of people, applying information technologies and Communication, fostering autonomous lifelong learning and enabling access to further specialization studies (masters and doctorates).
Structure of the Study
- Introduction to Law
- Introduction to Economics
- Company Organization
- Work Psychology
- Basic Informatics
- Corporate and Cooperative Law
- Economy and Business
- Working Methods
- Social History and Contemporary Politics
- Theory of the labour relations
- Labor Law I
- Trade Union Law I
- HR Management and Management I
- Sociology of Work
- Descriptive statistics
- Labor Law II
- Right of Union II
- HR Management and Management II
- Organizational Behavior
- Social Research Techniques
- Social Security Law I
- Prevention and Management of Occupational Risks I
- Spanish economy
- Community Labor Law and Instance of the European Union
- Social structure
- Business Communication Skills and Techniques
- Social History of Labor
- Labor Relations in the Naval and Maritime-Fisheries
- Tax System and Taxation of the Company
- Social Security Law II
- Prevention and Management of Occupational Risks II
- Labor Economics
- Administrative law
- Work Audit
- Environmental management
- Applied Informatics
- Labor Administrative Procedure and Sanctioning
- Sociology of Consumption
- Accounting Valuation
- Negotiation Techniques
- Strategic Direction
- Practices of Labor Law and Social Security
- Related searches
- Social Policies
- Final Project
Professional and academic outputs
The multiple outlets offered by this degree make it one of the most versatile in the job market.
According to the curricular guidelines, the profile of graduates in the Degree in Labor Relations and Human Resources responds to independent professionals, responsible and with values based on social justice that can exercise their activity in multiple jobs, as well as in different sectors of activity.
Professional environment in which it is located
- Public administrations
- Professional Offices
- Business Organizations
- NGOs and other non-profit organizations
Professional and academic outputs
- Social Worker
- Management and HRM
- Management, mediation and labor market intervention.
- Employment and local development agents
- Prevention of occupational hazards
- Social Worker / Auditor
- Civil servant
- Ability to solve problems.
- Oral and written communication.
- Capacity for analysis and synthesis.
- Capacity for organization and planning.
- Computer skills related to the field of study.
- Ability to manage information.
- Decision making.
- Ethical commitment.
- Ability in interpersonal relationships.
- Critical thinking.
- I work in interdisciplinary teams.
- Motivation for quality.
- Adapting to new situations.
Common access requirements
In order to request a place, one of the following access requirements established in art. 2 of RD 1892/2008:
- To be in possession of the title of Bachillerato, or equivalent, and to pass the Test of Access to the University (PAU)
- Comply with the requirements for access to the university in the educational systems of member states of the European Union or other states with which Spain has signed international agreements in this area.
- Have passed the University Access Test for over 25 years, or have it passed, in the University System of Galicia, according to previous regulations.
- Have passed the university entrance test for those over 45 years.
- Possess a title of superior technician of professional formation, teachings of plastic arts and design or superior technical technician, or equivalent titles.
- Possess an official university degree, a degree from correspondents to the previous order of university education (graduate, graduate, engineer, etc.) or equivalent degrees.
- To be able to access the university according to educational orders prior to that established by Royal Decree 1892/2008, of November 14, not contemplated in the previous sections.
About the School
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