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Bachelor's Degree in Labour Relations and Human Resources  >>

Study Plan

Distribution of the syllabus in ECTS credits by type of subject matters

Plan Distribution
Course Basic Compulsory Optional External Internships End of Studies Dissertation Total
1 60 - - - - 60
2 - 60 - - - 60
3 - 60 - - - 60
4 - 42 6 6 6 60
Total 60 162 6 6 6 240

Structure of the Degree

Chart for Labour Relations and Human Resources

Structure of the Grade in Labour Relations and Human Resources

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The Syllabus of the Grade in Labour Relations and Human Resources is divided into 14 Modules, all of which are Compulsory, except Module 11. These modules mainly refer to Basic training (60 ECTS), legal training (48 ECTS) Human Resources Management (24 ECTS). The rest of the Modules refer to Subject - matters of supplementary sociological, psychological, economic and business training (90 ECTS). Students must undertake one External Internship (6 ECTS) and prepare an end of grade dissertation (6 ECTS).

The Syllabus is divided into 14 Modules, all of which are Compulsory, except Module 12.

Module 1, called Module of basic credits, is comprised of the compulsory 60 ECTS credits of basic training, distributed in the following subject - matters: The Basic Legal Elements for Labour Relations (18 ECTS), History and Theory of Labour Relations (12 ECTS) and, with 6 ECTS credits each, Economy, Company Administration, Social research techniques and sociology, Statistics and Trade and Organizations Psychology.

Module 2, the normative frame of Labour Relations and of social security, accounts for 48 ECTS credits, distributed in six subject - matters: Labour Law and Social Security Law (12 ECTS each), and four subject - matters of 6 ECTS: Unions Law, Procedural Labour Law, Labour Sanction Law and Extrajudicial Labour Dispute Settlement.

Module 3, with 24 ECTS, is comprised of two Subject - matters. Work Organization (6 ECTS) and Direction and Human Resources Management (18 ECTS).

The following four modules have one single subject matter with 6 ECTS: Module 4. Trade and Organizations Sociology, Module 5. Conflict management, Module 6. Work Economy and Module 7. Labour Relations systems.

Module 8. Social-labour policies and Module 9. Occupational health and Occupational Risk Prevention, have one Subject-matter with 12 ECTS.

Module 10. Economy and Company is comprised of 36 ECTS, distributed in two subject - matters related to Economy and Business I (24 ECTS) and Economy and Business II (12 ECTS).

Module 11. Trade and Organizations Psychology has one single Subject-matter of 6 ECTS called Psychosocial factors of human behaviour in organizations.

Module 12. The optional content is comprised of two subject-matters of 6 ECTS, of which students may choose one (Trade and Organizations Sociology or Legal frame of Foreign Workers).

Module 13 External Internship of 6 Credits can be undertaken by students who have completed 50 % of the credits of the Grade (120 ECTS) including the basic training. Alternatively, in case of impossibility, students may choose the subject matter  Leadership and management of people and teams.

Module 14. End of Grade Dissertation in which students undertake their End of grade dissertation which they may defend provided they have completed the rest of subject matters in the Grade

Mentions

The Grade degree in Labour Relations and Human Resources has no type of Speciality, Itinerary or Mention already established.

Subjects

Prerequisites and Corequisites

The Syllabus may include special conditions required for registration or for studying one or more of its subjects. These conditions are the PREREQUISITES: Subject or group of subjects, called "key" subjects, which must have been studied or passed before.

Adaptation

This link shows the equivalencies between subjects of former syllabi in order to facilitate adaptation of students to the new grade. Application for adaptation of students from the degree mentioned will lead to automatic recognition of all the credits contained in this chart:

Adaptation Procedure

Students from the current degree in Labour Relations and the 5-Year Degree in Work Science may choose from the following options:

1.) Finish the studies in the degree in Labour Relations and the 5-Year Degree in Work Science, which will disappear progressively, following the calendar established in the Degree Report and the regulations established by the University of Almeria.

2.) Adapt to the new official Grade degree in Labour Relations and Human Resources. In this case the adaptation chart on this page will apply.

3.) The calendar for termination of the above studies will be implemented gradually. Once each year is terminated, there will be four exam sittings in the following two academic years.

Updated by: Training, Syllabi and Teaching Organization Service

Date: 12 January 2012

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