Faculty of Social and Educational Sciences – Master

Master Programs

Master Program 'Clinical psychology and psychological counseling'

Conception of specialist training /formation  According to the general concept and purpose of the Curriculum, the training of specialists is focused on the most significant areas of this specialization: Clinical Psychology and Psychology of Health; Psychological Counselling; Psychotherapy. The program contains compulsory and optional disciplines, offers the possibility of general training in this area and specialization in the practical areas of Clinical Psychology: Assistance and Counselling, Clinical Psychological diagnostics, Psychological Counseling and Psychotherapy.
The aim and objectives of the Curriculum

The aim of the master curriculum is to train future specialists in Clinical Psychology and Psychological Counseling. The program focuses on theory, the mainstream research, and practical training, the training of specialists, experts and consultants, skillful at providing psychological services in various fields such as Medicine, Education, the Armed Forces, Legal authorities, etc., in accordance with the principles of science and interdisciplinary nature of the field. The objectives of the Curriculum:

  • to provide theoretical knowledge and skills relevant to the content of the psychological clinical problems that a person faces in everyday life;
  • to provide acquisition and development of skills for psychological clinical research and practice;
  • to expand knowledge in the field of Clinical Neurology, Psychosomatics and Health Psychology as well as various mental health protection systems which professional psychologists work in;
  • to acquire knowledge and skills of Psychological Counseling and focus on psychotherapeutic models used in prevention and improvement of mental health.
Graduate’s Professional Profile

The graduates of the Master’s program can work in the following systems:

  • to provide assistance, psychological diagnostics and counseling in clinics, hospitals and private cabinets;
  • to provide psychological clinic services to state and non-governmental organizations and institutions in various fields requiring psychological services such as medicine, education, the armed forces, legal field, human resources, etc.
  • to provide individual and group psychological counseling;
  • to do scientific research in the field of Personality Psychology, Psychological Counseling and Clinical Psychology, and other related areas of Psychology.

Master Program 'Legal Psychology'

Conception of specialist training /formation According to the general concept and the purpose of the Curriculum, the training program is focused on the most representative components of the area: Psychology of Tortious, Delinquent and Antisocial Conduct, Legal Psychopathology, Assistance and Rehabilitation of Victims and Offenders, Legal mediation, Personnel help in the sphere of law and order protection, etc. It contains compulsory and optional disciplines and offers the possibility of general field training and specialization in practical fields of Legal Psychology such as Assistance and Counselling in the legal case, Legal Mediation, Psychological diagnostics and expertise in civil and criminal cases, Psychological counselling and rehabilitation of victims and offenders, activities on socialization of juvenile offenders.
The aim and objectives of the Curriculum

The purpose of the Master ‘s program is to train future legal psychology professionals. A special attention is given to the theory and researches as well as the practical training; to training specialists, experts and consultants skillful at rendering psychological services in various legal areas according to the principles of interdisciplinarity and scientific approach. The objectives of the program are the following:

  • to provide theoretical knowledge and skills corresponding to the legal problems of Legal Psychology;
  • to develop competences in psychological research and assessment of human conduct in terms of social and legal norms;
  • to detect and prevent personality disorders leading to social maladjustment and offences/crime;
  • to enlarge knowledge in Clinical and Legal Neurology, Psychology of Dependence, as well as the correlation between mental health and non-adaptive conduct;
  • to develop knowledge and skills in assistance and psychological counselling, rehabilitation and prevention of behavioral maladjustment;
  • to improve professional competences and development of interpersonal communication skills.
Graduate’s Professional Profile The graduates of the Master ‘s program can work in:

  • institutions of judiciary system;
  • Criminal Investigation Department;
  • police offices,
  • legal expertise laboratories;
  • prisons;
  • non-governmental organizations protecting human rights, vulnerable groups and people at risk of abuse;
  • adaptation services provided after detention;
  • legal services for conflict mediation;
  • correctional institutions for minors with socially non-adaptive conduct;
  • security and security services;
  • other law enforcement agencies.

Master Program 'Educational Management'

Conception of specialist training /formation

In accordance with the general concept and goals of the Curriculum, the training of specialists in the field of Educational Management meets three main goals that correspond to the strategy of educational modernization: to train well-informed educational managers with critical thinking and intellectual abilities for administrative activities; to equip them with effective and positively oriented methods; to help students acquire professional skills according to the process of regionalization and globalization of the educational system.

Following this aim the Curriculum includes topics related to the development of leadership and organizational skills, communication adapted to the usage of new information technologies, the implementation of high-quality educational standards and monitoring of training programs, the application of scientific knowledge and innovative methods, personality development and human resource improvement, etc.

The aim and objectives of the Curriculum

A special attention is given to theory and research, practical training in the field of Educational Management, training specialists capable of managing institutions and programs in modern education in accordance with the principles of interdisciplinarity and scientific approach. The Curriculum is designed for students intending to practice educational sciences professionally, as well as for those who want to enlarge their knowledge in the field of management or need new skills to increase the effectiveness of management activities.

The objectives of the Curriculum are the following:

  • to expand the basic conceptual management system and apply it in accordance with the specificity of educational management in order to achieve a holistic and flexible vision of an institutionalized educational act;
  • to enable graduates successfully manage their education at all institutional levels through the development of communication and interpersonal skills;
  • to train people capable of working in the field of educational policy, monitoring socioeconomic and human problems in the field of education;
  • to render knowledge and skills in developing the mission, goals and strategies of the institution, making motivated and predictable management decisions in accordance with educational opportunities;
  • to provide theoretical knowledge and skills of personnel management, team building and development of the team’s ability to self-govern attracting new models of organizational culture, involving the principles of accepting and fulfilling responsibilities, encouraging initiative and social creativity, delegation of authority, motivation, stimulation, monitoring and evaluation of staff in the process of achieving educational goals in accordance with democratic realities;
  • to form the ability to improve professional competencies and develop interpersonal skills.
Graduate’s Professional Profile

The graduates of the Master’s program are skillful at:

  • managing activities of methodological commissions, departments, other units within the educational institution;
  • coordinating activities of commissions and groups for the development and implementation of projects, training and extra-curricular activities, making didactic and other materials;
  • managing / coordinating functions of other educational institutions in the after-school environment;
  • managing different types of educational facilities, such as preschool facilities, special education facilities, adult education facilities, etc.;
  • consulting and assisting the educational management;
  • coordinating and counselling on the activities of non-governmental educational organizations;
  • managing at the level of the school group;
  • doing research in the field of pedagogical sciences and educational management;
  • working in other areas of educational management.

Master Program 'Organizational culture and behavioral human resource management'

Conception of specialist training /formation The Master’s program is focused on training specialists in the general field of education 031 Social and Behavioral Sciences, in particular, organizational and human resources management, offering knowledge and skills of working with personnel in public institutions and public organizations, the creation and development of a coherent personnel policy, the use of specific methods of human resources management and the improvement of the efficiency of the organization with a social profile in particular. The program contains compulsory and optional disciplines, offering the possibility of general training and practice at locations and orientation for the study of various problems of effective personnel management.
The aim and objectives of the Curriculum

The purpose of the program is the specialized training of graduates in the field of organizational and personnel management, as well as in the field of project management by acquiring theoretical knowledge and developing practical and research skills, which ensure their professional success in the labor market.

The aim of the Master’s program is to train specialists according to the highest quality standards, which contributes to the improvement of the management system and the development of the human factor, able to work in various fields of activity (economic, socio-political, educational, cultural, scientific, etc.) due to deep knowledge (theoretical and applied) of this field of specialization.

Graduate’s Professional Profile

The graduates of the Master’s program can be employed as:

  • heads of social profile structures;
  • coordinators of social programs implemented in the framework of national and international projects;
  • public relations specialists in various organizations: political, trade-union, commercial;
  • experts on social issues and human resources at the level of ministries, territorial bodies, in the fields of advertising, personnel management;
  • analysts in the field of social policy and strategy of social and organizational development;
  • HR-managers in organizations, labor inspection, trade-union organizations, heads of HR Department;
  • consultants in consulting firms, social projects managers;
  • teachers of pre-university and university education (with accumulated credits from the Pedagogical module).

Master Program 'Social Psychology'

Conception of specialist training /formation In accordance with the general concept and purpose of the Curriculum, the training of specialists is focused on the most significant areas of this specialization: Social Psychology of Personality, Interpersonal Relations, small and large social groups, group and intergroup relations, masses, Gender Psychology, intercultural relations as well as politics, leadership, influence, etc. It contains compulsory and optional disciplines and offers the possibility of general education in this area and specialization in the practical areas of Social Psychology.
The aim and objectives of the Curriculum

The aim of the Master’s program is to promote the specialization of the graduates in Social Psychology by acquiring theoretical knowledge and developing practical and research skills, training specialists for applied areas of the discipline as well as focusing on research, including continuing studies at the third cycle –  Doctoral cycle.

The objectives of the program:

  • to provide theoretical knowledge and skills in accordance with the structure of the psychosocial problems that people currently deal with in everyday life;
  • to ensure the development of research competences and profound knowledge in the field of Social Psychology;
  • to teach new skills of using techniques and methods of psychosocial research and counseling;
  • to enlarge knowledge in the field of Social Psychology of an individual and a group, human relations and influence, social, interethnic, gender, cultural cognition and other areas of theoretical and applied Social Psychology;
  • to acquire skills of expertise in social, socio-political, socio-economic, organizational projects;
  • to teach knowledge and skills of psychological counseling on interpersonal and primary group relations, on professional and career orientation, on individual psychosocial development.
Graduate’s Professional Profile

The graduates of the Master’s program can continue their studies in Doctoral cycle and / or work in the following systems:

  • assistance and counselling on issues of group, organization, business, management and advertising in organizations, companies, banks, etc.
  • personnel management;
  • research, evaluation, counseling and participation in state and non-governmental programs dealing with intercultural and inter-ethnic communication, gender monitoring, family, intra-group and inter-group relations;
  • media consulting on monitoring and formation of public opinion;
  • counseling on issues of leadership and political influence;
  • doing scientific research in the field of Social Psychology.

Master program 'The Management of Social and health services'

Conception of specialist training /formation The Master’s program is focused on training specialists in the field of Social and Medical Care, provides the training of personnel for the socio-medical field, which bases the program’s concept on knowledge acquisition in several areas of Social Protection: social, medical, psychological, services management, personal development, etc., and the development of social and medical skills of the population.
The aim and objectives of the Curriculum

The purpose of the Master’s program is to train skillful professionals in the interdisciplinary teams with an integrated approach to cases of risk and social problems which are faced by professionals who contribute to social and professional concern of all groups with special needs and make decisions on planned social changes. The program is aimed at training relevant personnel capable of organizing the process of complex psychosocial and medical care provided to beneficiaries experiencing temporary or permanent socio-medical difficulties, specialists in the effective management of socio-medical services through:

  • providing theoretical knowledge and skills relevant to the structure of psycho-social- medical problems faced by people in everyday life;
  • training knowledge and skills of organization of the complex services process rendered to the population in order to implement social security;
  • improving knowledge in social services, mental health, counseling people in situations of risk and difficulty;
  • ensuring effective management of social and medical services.
Graduate’s Professional Profile The graduates of the Master’s program can work in:

  • the departments of governmental institutions (Ministry of Health, Labor and Social Protection, National Council for the Accreditation of Social Service Providers, Social Assistance Office);
  • non-governmental institutions (NGOs, foundations, associations) and public health (hospitals, psychiatric clinics, shelters, detoxification centers, polyclinics, employment centers, community mental health centers etc.)  Their activity will be carried out with the aim of assessing the socio-medical situation of various categories of people, establishing a social diagnosis, developing intervention strategies and promoting social security of all population groups in situations of risk or difficulty.

Master Program 'Advanced Studies in Social Work and Social Expertize'

Conception of specialist training /formation The Master’s program is focused on training specialists in the field of Social Protection with the opportunity to practice locally and globally in accordance with values, principles and international education standards of IASSW (International Association of Schools of Social Work). In accordance with the general concept and purpose of the Curriculum, the training of specialists in the systemic and dialectical model determines the areas of professional activity and the usage of dialectical approach tools applied to social problems solution in systems. They are interrelated with the method of solving social problems – social entrepreneurship.
The aim and objectives of the Curriculum

The program focuses on both theory and research, and practical training in the social sphere, training specialists for interdisciplinary activities at 4 levels of the systematic approach: macro, meso, micro and nano. Students are ready to work in complex situations, which involve systematic work with individuals, families, groups, organizations and communities. The program is designed to train students who intend to practice professionally in the social sphere due to the following reasons:

  1. The program is designed as an innovative model of activity in Social Protection at international level, being focused on the elements of social entrepreneurship.
  2. It promotes standards of education and activities in the social sphere from the position of social expertise.
  3. It promotes sustainable international cooperation in the field of social security in post-socialist countries.
  4. It applies innovative and effective pedagogy.
  5. It serves as activator of innovation and improvement of education / practice in the social sphere of the region.
  6. It aims to train students as leaders in promoting social justice.
  7. It prepares students for professional activities in Social Protection: promotion of social policies, organisation of communities, health care, including mental health and education.
Graduate’s Professional Profile

The graduates of the Master’s program can be employed in:

  • the Social Protection System (Ministry of Health, Labor and Social Protection, National Council for Accreditation of Social Service Providers, etc.);
  • the system providing social services in state and non-governmental institutions (Social Assistance Office, Municipal Office for Protection of Children’s Rights, Public Social Assistance, NGOs, etc.);
  • the medical system / mental health services (hospitals, psychiatric hospitals, community psychiatric centers);
  • the system of prevention, rehabilitation, resocialization of people in difficult situation, residential institutions (boarding schools, shelters, social homes, penitentiary institutions, probation agency, etc.);
  • management of social institutions;
  • the departments of social assistance and family protection as leaders and administrators;
  • non-governmental organizations and international organizations in the field of social protection;
  • rehabilitation specialists in the correctional system;
  • social integration specialists in the psychiatric system;
  • trainers in the field of social services;
  • public organizers and coordinators of social projects.

Disciplines/Courses Sheets

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Code

Course title
(active link of discipline/course sheet)

F.01.O.001 Clinical Psychology
F.01.O.002 Advanced  Notions of Neuropsychology and Psychopathology
F.01.O.003 Methodology and Ethics of Research in Clinical Psychology and Psychological Counseling
F.01.O.004 Doctrine of Counseling and Therapy in Clinical Psychology
F.01.O.005 The Social Psychology of Personality
F.01.O.006 Psycho-diagnostic and Evaluation  in Clinical Practice
F.02.O.007 Somatic Psychology and Health Psychology
F.02.O.008 Project Management
F.02.O.009 Current Research Issues in the Clinical Psychology and Psychological Counseling
S.02.O.010 Humanistic Model in  Psychotherapy  and Counseling
S.02.A.011 Psychoanalysis: theory and therapeutic practice
S.02.A.012 Posttraumatic Stress  and Work  with Psycho Trauma
S.02.A.013 Cognitive and Behavioral Models in  Psychotherapy  and Counseling
S.02.A.014 Psycho-diagnostic in Legal (forensic) – Psychological Expertise

IInd YEAR

S.03.O.015 Integrative Model in Psychological Counseling of Family
S.03.O.016 Psychological Assistance in Cases of Domestic Violence
S.03.A.017 Applicable Psycho-Sexology
S.03.A.018 Psychology of Conflict and Techniques of Negotiation / Mediation
S.03.A.019 Psychological Counseling and Group Psychotherapy: Forms and Methods
S.03.A.020 Career counseling and vocational orientation
S.03. Internship: Clinical Psychology and Psychological Counseling
S.04. Research and Master Degree Thesis Elaboration

Ist YEAR

Code

Course title
(active link of discipline sheet)

F.01.O.001

History of Psychosocial Theories

F.01.O.002

Psychology of Intercultural Relationship

F.01.O.003

Methodology and Ethics of Research in the Social Psychology

F.01.O.004

Areas of Applicability of Social Psychology

F.01.O.005

The Social Psychology of Personality

F.01.O.006

Psychometry of social phenomena

F.02.O.007

Organizational Psychology: Theory and Engagement Framework

F.02.O.008

Project Management

F.02.O.009

Current Research Issues in the Social Psychology

S.02.O.010

Image Technologies: Psychosocial Aspects

S.02.A.011

Terrorism: Psychological Evaluation and Psychosocial Assistance

S.02.A.012

Gender Psychology: Options for Equality

S.02.A.013

Political Psychology and Social Influence

S.02.A.014

Psycho-diagnostic in Legal (Forensic) – Psychological Expertise

IInd YEAR

S.03.O.015

Psychosocial Counseling for Couples and Families

S.03.O.016

Psychosocial Assistance in Cases of Domestic Violence

S.03.A.017

Psychosocial Aspects of Human Resources Management

S.03.A.018

Psychology of Conflict and Negotiation / Mediation Techniques

S.03.A.019

Career counseling and vocational orientation

S.03.A.020

Group Dynamics and Psychosocial Training
S.03. Internship: Applicable Social Psychology
S.04. Research and Master Degree Thesis Elaboration

Ist YEAR

Code

Course title
(active link activ of discipline sheet)

F.01.O.001 Advanced Theoretical Knowledge of Legal Psychology
F.01.O.002 Psychopathology and Personality Disorders: Clinical Syndromes with Forensic Implication
F.01.O.003 Methodology and Ethics of Research in the Legal Psychology
F.01.O.004 Psychology of Criminal Behavior and Criminal Legal Provisions
F.01.O.005 The Social Psychology of Personality
F.01.O.006 Psycho-diagnostic and Evaluation  in the Legal Psychology
F.02.O.007 Mental Health Issues in Civil Law
F.02.O.008 Project Management
F.02.O.009 Current Research Issues in the Legal Psychology
S.02.O.010 Assessment and Counseling of the Juvenile Offender
S.02.A.011 Terrorism: Psychological Evaluation and Assistance
S.02.A.012 Psychological Trauma and PTSD: evaluation and assistance
S.02.A.013 Alcoholism and Drug Use: Evaluation and Assistance
S.02.A.014 Psycho-diagnostic and Expertise in Legal Proceedings

IInd YEAR

S.03.O.015 Assessment’s  Methods and Tools in Psychological Risk and Violence
S.03.O.016 Family Violence: Psychological Evaluation and Assistance
S.03.A.017 Psycho sexology and Sexopathology: Legal Issues
S.03.A.018 Psychology of conflict and techniques of legal mediation
S.03.A.019 Psychology of Police Workers
S.03.A.020 Psychological and Psychosocial Rehabilitation Programs for the Offenders
S.03. Internship: Psychological Assistance in the Legal System
S.04. Research and Master Degree Thesis Elaboration

Ist YEAR

Code

Course title
(active link of discipline sheet)

F.01.O.001

Educational Management: Theory and Epistemology

F.01.O.002

Quality Management in Education

F.01.O.003

Methodology and Ethics of Research in the Educational Management

F.01.O.004

Educational Laws and Regulations

S.01.O.005

Personality and social behavior

F.01.O.006

Teaching Management and  the Implementation of Modern Technologies in Education

S.02.A.007

Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management in Educational Institutions

S.02.A.008

Project Management

S.02.A.009

Current Research Issues within the Educational Management

S.02.A.010

Knowledge and Evaluation Management

S.02.A.011

Educational Marketing

S.02.A.012

Financial Management in Education

S.02.A.013

New technologies of the educational communication and informational management

S.02.A.014

Classroom Management Strategies

IInd YEAR

S.03.O.015

The Inclusive Education and Social Integration

S.03.O.016

Organizational Management in Educational Institutions

S.03.A.017

Psychology of Conflict and Techniques of Negotiation / Mediation

S.03.A.018

Management of Relations with the Local Administration and Community

S.03.A.019

The Career Management

S.03.A.020

Student-centered Education
S.03. Internship: Educational Services and Organization Management
S.04. Research and Master Degree Thesis Elaboration

Ist YEAR

Code

Course title
(active link of discipline sheet)

F.01.O.001

Economy and organization of work

F.01.O.002

Labor law

F.01.O.003

Methodology and ethics of research in the Social and behavioural sciences

F.01.O.004

Human Resources Development: Process, Practices and Perspectives

F.01.O.005

Business ethics and social responsibility

S.01.O.006

Security and health work management

S.02.O.007

Organizational management

F.02.O.008

Project Management

F.02.O.009

Current research issues within the organizational and human resource management

S.02.O.010

The laboratory of self development: self assessment and auto management

S.02.A.011

Managing work conflicts

S.02.A.012

Labor mediation and negatiation

S.02.A.013

Evaluation of staff performance

S.02.A.014

Organizational psychodiagnosis

IInd YEAR

S.03.O.015

Audit and indicators of staff quality assessment

S.03.O.016

Team management and leadership

S.03.O.017

Career management

S.03.A.018

Strategies and policies of human resources management

S.03.A.019

Human resources and competence management

S.03.A.020

Comparative management of  human resources USA, Japan, EU, RM
S.03. Intership: Specialty practice in human resources
S.04. Research and Master Degree Thesis Elaboration

Ist YEAR

Code

Course title
 (active link of discipline sheet)

F.01.O.001

Social work and social welfare policies

F.01.O.002

Understanding local and global social systems

F.01.O.003

Methodology and ethics of research in the Social and behavioural sciences

F.01.O.004

Environmental social work: Physical and technological ecologies

F.01.O.005

Working with groups

S.01.O.006

Conceptualizing and designing Social Entrepreneurship Projects

F.02.O.007

Macro-level social work practice: Empowering communities toward cohesion and wellness

F.02.O.008

Project Management

F.02.O.009

Current research issues within the Social Work Practice

F.02.O.010

Educational Assistance in Health and Disease

S.02.A.011

Case study: Understanding client’s system

S.02.A.012

Understanding of and practice in the health care system

S.02.A.013

Mezzo-level practice: Understanding and managing organizations

S.02.A.014

Planning and organizing Social Entrepreneurship Projects

IInd YEAR

S.03.O.015

Nano-level social work: Working with self (self-awareness, competence, and integrity

S.03.O.016

Understanding of and practice in the family system

S.03.A.017

Micro-level social work: Counseling individuals and families

S.03.A.018

Contemporary social policies and reforms in child and family protection field

S.03.A.019

Understanding of and practice in the mental health system

S.03.A.020

Spirituality: The metaphysical dimension of social work
S.03. Field Seminar: Implementation and assessment of Social Entrepreneurship Projects
S.04. Research and Master Degree Thesis Elaboration

Ist YEAR

Code

Course title
(active link of discipline sheet)

F.01.O.001

Social welfare policies of the population

F.01.O.002

Ethical principles and social responsibility

F.01.O.003

Methodology and ethics of research in the Social and behavioural sciences

F.01.O.004

Social Medicine: praxiologic skills

F.01.O.005

Human resource and socio-medical services management

S.01.O.006

Clinical psycho-diagnostics and social psychometry

S.02.O.007

Somatic Psychology and Health Psychology

F.02.O.008

Project Management

F.02.O.009

Current research issues within the Management of social and health services

S.02.O.010

Family welfare and risk factors for the contemporary family

S.02.A.011

Community mental health services

S.02.A.012

Public Health Service Policies

S.02.A.013

Palliative care services and counseling

S.02.A.014

Gender and Gerontology

IInd YEAR

S.03.O.015

Family therapy and counseling

S.03.O.016

Complex assistance of cases of domestic violence

S.03.A.017

Promotion and management of quality of  social services

S.03.A.018

The Marketing of social services

S.03.A.019

Professional supervision

S.03.A.020

Counseling people at risk
S.03. Internship: The management practice in socio-medical services
S.04. Research and Master Degree Thesis Elaboration
Clinical psychology and psychological counselling

Ist YEAR

Code

Course title
(active link of discipline/course sheet)

F.01.O.001 Clinical Psychology
F.01.O.002 Advanced  Notions of Neuropsychology and Psychopathology
F.01.O.003 Methodology and Ethics of Research in Clinical Psychology and Psychological Counseling
F.01.O.004 Doctrine of Counseling and Therapy in Clinical Psychology
F.01.O.005 The Social Psychology of Personality
F.01.O.006 Psycho-diagnostic and Evaluation  in Clinical Practice
F.02.O.007 Somatic Psychology and Health Psychology
F.02.O.008 Project Management
F.02.O.009 Current Research Issues in the Clinical Psychology and Psychological Counseling
S.02.O.010 Humanistic Model in  Psychotherapy  and Counseling
S.02.A.011 Psychoanalysis: theory and therapeutic practice
S.02.A.012 Posttraumatic Stress  and Work  with Psycho Trauma
S.02.A.013 Cognitive and Behavioral Models in  Psychotherapy  and Counseling
S.02.A.014 Psycho-diagnostic in Legal (forensic) – Psychological Expertise

IInd YEAR

S.03.O.015 Integrative Model in Psychological Counseling of Family
S.03.O.016 Psychological Assistance in Cases of Domestic Violence
S.03.A.017 Applicable Psycho-Sexology
S.03.A.018 Psychology of Conflict and Techniques of Negotiation / Mediation
S.03.A.019 Psychological Counseling and Group Psychotherapy: Forms and Methods
S.03.A.020 Career counseling and vocational orientation
S.03. Internship: Clinical Psychology and Psychological Counseling
S.04. Research and Master Degree Thesis Elaboration
Social psychology

Ist YEAR

Code

Course title
(active link of discipline sheet)

F.01.O.001

History of Psychosocial Theories

F.01.O.002

Psychology of Intercultural Relationship

F.01.O.003

Methodology and Ethics of Research in the Social Psychology

F.01.O.004

Areas of Applicability of Social Psychology

F.01.O.005

The Social Psychology of Personality

F.01.O.006

Psychometry of social phenomena

F.02.O.007

Organizational Psychology: Theory and Engagement Framework

F.02.O.008

Project Management

F.02.O.009

Current Research Issues in the Social Psychology

S.02.O.010

Image Technologies: Psychosocial Aspects

S.02.A.011

Terrorism: Psychological Evaluation and Psychosocial Assistance

S.02.A.012

Gender Psychology: Options for Equality

S.02.A.013

Political Psychology and Social Influence

S.02.A.014

Psycho-diagnostic in Legal (Forensic) – Psychological Expertise

IInd YEAR

S.03.O.015

Psychosocial Counseling for Couples and Families

S.03.O.016

Psychosocial Assistance in Cases of Domestic Violence

S.03.A.017

Psychosocial Aspects of Human Resources Management

S.03.A.018

Psychology of Conflict and Negotiation / Mediation Techniques

S.03.A.019

Career counseling and vocational orientation

S.03.A.020

Group Dynamics and Psychosocial Training
S.03. Internship: Applicable Social Psychology
S.04. Research and Master Degree Thesis Elaboration
Legal psychology

Ist YEAR

Code

Course title
(active link activ of discipline sheet)

F.01.O.001 Advanced Theoretical Knowledge of Legal Psychology
F.01.O.002 Psychopathology and Personality Disorders: Clinical Syndromes with Forensic Implication
F.01.O.003 Methodology and Ethics of Research in the Legal Psychology
F.01.O.004 Psychology of Criminal Behavior and Criminal Legal Provisions
F.01.O.005 The Social Psychology of Personality
F.01.O.006 Psycho-diagnostic and Evaluation  in the Legal Psychology
F.02.O.007 Mental Health Issues in Civil Law
F.02.O.008 Project Management
F.02.O.009 Current Research Issues in the Legal Psychology
S.02.O.010 Assessment and Counseling of the Juvenile Offender
S.02.A.011 Terrorism: Psychological Evaluation and Assistance
S.02.A.012 Psychological Trauma and PTSD: evaluation and assistance
S.02.A.013 Alcoholism and Drug Use: Evaluation and Assistance
S.02.A.014 Psycho-diagnostic and Expertise in Legal Proceedings

IInd YEAR

S.03.O.015 Assessment’s  Methods and Tools in Psychological Risk and Violence
S.03.O.016 Family Violence: Psychological Evaluation and Assistance
S.03.A.017 Psycho sexology and Sexopathology: Legal Issues
S.03.A.018 Psychology of conflict and techniques of legal mediation
S.03.A.019 Psychology of Police Workers
S.03.A.020 Psychological and Psychosocial Rehabilitation Programs for the Offenders
S.03. Internship: Psychological Assistance in the Legal System
S.04. Research and Master Degree Thesis Elaboration
Educational management

Ist YEAR

Code

Course title
(active link of discipline sheet)

F.01.O.001

Educational Management: Theory and Epistemology

F.01.O.002

Quality Management in Education

F.01.O.003

Methodology and Ethics of Research in the Educational Management

F.01.O.004

Educational Laws and Regulations

S.01.O.005

Personality and social behavior

F.01.O.006

Teaching Management and  the Implementation of Modern Technologies in Education

S.02.A.007

Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management in Educational Institutions

S.02.A.008

Project Management

S.02.A.009

Current Research Issues within the Educational Management

S.02.A.010

Knowledge and Evaluation Management

S.02.A.011

Educational Marketing

S.02.A.012

Financial Management in Education

S.02.A.013

New technologies of the educational communication and informational management

S.02.A.014

Classroom Management Strategies

IInd YEAR

S.03.O.015

The Inclusive Education and Social Integration

S.03.O.016

Organizational Management in Educational Institutions

S.03.A.017

Psychology of Conflict and Techniques of Negotiation / Mediation

S.03.A.018

Management of Relations with the Local Administration and Community

S.03.A.019

The Career Management

S.03.A.020

Student-centered Education
S.03. Internship: Educational Services and Organization Management
S.04. Research and Master Degree Thesis Elaboration
Organizational culture and behavioral human resource management

Ist YEAR

Code

Course title
(active link of discipline sheet)

F.01.O.001

Economy and organization of work

F.01.O.002

Labor law

F.01.O.003

Methodology and ethics of research in the Social and behavioural sciences

F.01.O.004

Human Resources Development: Process, Practices and Perspectives

F.01.O.005

Business ethics and social responsibility

S.01.O.006

Security and health work management

S.02.O.007

Organizational management

F.02.O.008

Project Management

F.02.O.009

Current research issues within the organizational and human resource management

S.02.O.010

The laboratory of self development: self assessment and auto management

S.02.A.011

Managing work conflicts

S.02.A.012

Labor mediation and negatiation

S.02.A.013

Evaluation of staff performance

S.02.A.014

Organizational psychodiagnosis

IInd YEAR

S.03.O.015

Audit and indicators of staff quality assessment

S.03.O.016

Team management and leadership

S.03.O.017

Career management

S.03.A.018

Strategies and policies of human resources management

S.03.A.019

Human resources and competence management

S.03.A.020

Comparative management of  human resources USA, Japan, EU, RM
S.03. Intership: Specialty practice in human resources
S.04. Research and Master Degree Thesis Elaboration
Advanced training in social protection and social expertise

Ist YEAR

Code

Course title
 (active link of discipline sheet)

F.01.O.001

Social work and social welfare policies

F.01.O.002

Understanding local and global social systems

F.01.O.003

Methodology and ethics of research in the Social and behavioural sciences

F.01.O.004

Environmental social work: Physical and technological ecologies

F.01.O.005

Working with groups

S.01.O.006

Conceptualizing and designing Social Entrepreneurship Projects

F.02.O.007

Macro-level social work practice: Empowering communities toward cohesion and wellness

F.02.O.008

Project Management

F.02.O.009

Current research issues within the Social Work Practice

F.02.O.010

Educational Assistance in Health and Disease

S.02.A.011

Case study: Understanding client’s system

S.02.A.012

Understanding of and practice in the health care system

S.02.A.013

Mezzo-level practice: Understanding and managing organizations

S.02.A.014

Planning and organizing Social Entrepreneurship Projects

IInd YEAR

S.03.O.015

Nano-level social work: Working with self (self-awareness, competence, and integrity

S.03.O.016

Understanding of and practice in the family system

S.03.A.017

Micro-level social work: Counseling individuals and families

S.03.A.018

Contemporary social policies and reforms in child and family protection field

S.03.A.019

Understanding of and practice in the mental health system

S.03.A.020

Spirituality: The metaphysical dimension of social work
S.03. Field Seminar: Implementation and assessment of Social Entrepreneurship Projects
S.04. Research and Master Degree Thesis Elaboration
Management of services in social protection and health-care

Ist YEAR

Code

Course title
(active link of discipline sheet)

F.01.O.001

Social welfare policies of the population

F.01.O.002

Ethical principles and social responsibility

F.01.O.003

Methodology and ethics of research in the Social and behavioural sciences

F.01.O.004

Social Medicine: praxiologic skills

F.01.O.005

Human resource and socio-medical services management

S.01.O.006

Clinical psycho-diagnostics and social psychometry

S.02.O.007

Somatic Psychology and Health Psychology

F.02.O.008

Project Management

F.02.O.009

Current research issues within the Management of social and health services

S.02.O.010

Family welfare and risk factors for the contemporary family

S.02.A.011

Community mental health services

S.02.A.012

Public Health Service Policies

S.02.A.013

Palliative care services and counseling

S.02.A.014

Gender and Gerontology

IInd YEAR

S.03.O.015

Family therapy and counseling

S.03.O.016

Complex assistance of cases of domestic violence

S.03.A.017

Promotion and management of quality of  social services

S.03.A.018

The Marketing of social services

S.03.A.019

Professional supervision

S.03.A.020

Counseling people at risk
S.03. Internship: The management practice in socio-medical services
S.04. Research and Master Degree Thesis Elaboration

Programs of study

Programs of study, managed by the Department Psychology and Edcutional Sciences

 

Clinical Psychology and Psychological Counceling

Program of study, master program open here

Social Psychology

Program of study, master program open here

Legal Psychology

Program of study, master program open here

Educational Management

Program of study, master program open here

Programs of study, managed by the Department Social Work and Sociology ”Nicolae Sali”

 

Advances training in social protection and social expertise

Program of study, master program open here

Organizational culture and behavioral human resource management

Program of study, master program open here

Management of services in social protection and health-care

Program of study, master program open here

Master 2019-2020

    Aplică

    Științe Sociale și ale Educației

    Adresa

    Vlaicu Pârcălab, 52, Chișinău

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