Program Objectives Professions Competences
Information Technology (engineer, 4 years)


O1. Knowledge and understanding of the basic concepts, theories in the field of ‘Computers and Information Technology’;

O2. Use of the methodologies, mechanisms of hardware and software specification, as well as of the tools for the designing and implementation of the hardware and software solutions;

O3. Use of the modern technologies for the dissemination and processing of information, as well as the database management;

O4. Use of appropriate criteria and methods for the testing and evaluation of the hardware and software systems.

Database Administrator  - 252101;
Computer network Administrator  - 252301; 
Voip telephone network Administrator  - 252302; 
Analyst - 251201; 
Computer Research Assistant - 215237; 
Communications Research Assistant - 215228; 
Informatics Research Assistant - 214918; br> Instructional Designer - 235904; 
Web pages Designer (degreed) - 216610; 
E-learning Developer - 235905; 
Software Engineer - 251205; 
Informatics System Engineer - 251203; 
Communications Design Engineer - 215310; 
Security Systems Engineer - 215222; 
Secondary school Teacher - 233002;
Programmer - 251202; 
Computer system Programmer - 251204; 
Systems and Computer Designer Engineer - 215214;
Computer systems Designer - 251101; 
CAD Specialist  - 251401;
Specialist in security procedures and instruments for computer systems - 251402.

Professional competences:

CP1. Dealing with scientific, engineering and informatics fundamentals
CP2. Designing the hardware, software and communications components
CP3. Problem solving using the computer science and engineering instruments
CP4. Designing and integration of the informatics systems using programming technologies and environments
CP5. Maintenance and exploitation of the hardware, software and communications systems
CP6. Use of the intelligent systems

Transversal Competences:

CT1. Responsible and ethical law-compliant behavior for preserving the profession reputation.
CT2. Identification, description and operation of the processed in the projects management, via different team roles and their clear and concise description, verbal and written, in Romanian and a widely used language

CT3. Confirmation of the initiative and action spirit for the updating of the professional, economic and organizational culture knowledge.

Informatics (bachelor, 3 years)

O1. Knowledge and understanding of the basic concepts, theories and methods in the computer field;

O2. Use of the methodologies, specification mechanisms and of the development frameworks for the computer applications;

O3. Use of the modern technologies for the dissemination and processing of information, as well as the database management;

O4. Use of appropriate criteria and methods for the testing and evaluation of the computer applications.

Database Administrator   - 252101;
Computer network Administrator   - 252301; 
Analyst - 251201; 
Informatics Research Assistant  - 214918; 
Mathematics – Informatics Research Assistant - 212024; 
Secondary school Teacher  - 233002; 
Programer - 251202; 
Computer systems Designer  - 251101

Professional Competences:

CP1. High level languages programming
CP2. Development and maintenance of the computer applications
CP3. Use of the informatics instruments in an inter-disciplinary context
CP4. Use of the theoretical informatics bases and of the formal models
CP5. Databases designing and administration
CP6. Computer networks designing and administration

Transversal Competences:
CT1. Implementation of the organized and efficient labor rules, of responsible behavior towards the didactic-scientific sector, for the creative capitalization of personal potential, in compliance with the professional ethics norms and principles
CT2. Efficient development of the activities in an inter-disciplinary group and the development of the empathizing skills of interpersonal communication, cross-gender and cooperation with various groups
CT3. Use of efficient methods of learning, information, research and development of the capitalization skills, of the adjustment to the requirements in a dynamic society and of communication in Romanian and an internationally used language.

Geography (bachelor, 3 years)


 O1. Training degreed specialists to be able to activate in the pre-university education system and in other fields, related to the environment knowledge, preservation and protection, to the capitalization of the tourist potential, to be integrated in research and designing institutes, organizations of a geographical profile, spelean, hydro-meteorological, environment protection agents, etc.

O2. Promotion of innovation and creativity, development of personal research (including the grants gained by the academia, in partnership with similar institutes in the country – Institute of Speleology, National Agency of Meteorology, Institute of Geography, Institute of Geology, etc) and abroad.

O3. Validation of the scientific performance of the academia and students by publishing the findings in the Annals of Spiru Haret University – Geography Series, in other similar journals and by organization and participation in national and international events (e.g. International Symposium of Geography ‘Landscapes: perception, understanding, awareness and action’).

Secondary school Teacher  - 233002; 
Meteorologist - 211201; 
Climatologist - 211203; 
Meteorologist Assistant - 211206; 
Pedologist Specialist - 211420; 
Hydrologist - 211424; 
Pedologist - 211425; 
Geographer - 263202; 
Cartographer - 216501; 
Risk Administrator - 2412409; 
Meteorology Research Assistant - 211210; 
Geography Research Assistant - 263213; 
Tourism Agent - 422102; 
Tour Guide - 511301; 
Mountain Tour Guide, trekking - 511304: 
Guide for the natural habitat, flora and fauna - 511306; 
Mountain Guide - 511311; 
Ornithologist Tour Guide - 511307; 
Speleologist Tour Guide - 511308; 
Sport Tour Guide - 511310; 
Sightseer’s Guide - 511312; 
Equestria Guide  - 511309, 
Protected areas Trustee - 511316.

Professional Competences:

CP1. Definition and description of the man notions, laws governing, geographical processes and phenomena, explanation of their genesis and evolution, evaluation of the consequences upon the natural and anthropic geographical systems

CP2. Use of the methods and techniques of data collection and processing derived from different sources. 
CP3. Performance of specific graphic materials
CP4. Specialty studies and projects.
CP5. Capitalization on the results derived from geographical analyses, studies and projects.
CP6. Providing professional assistance in different geographical areas

Transversal Competences:
CT1. Implementation of the organized and efficient labor rules, in compliance with the ethics norms and principles in the professional ethics code
CT2. Implementation of the techniques of efficient labor in a multi-disciplinary team, ethical attitude towards the group, respect to diversity and multiculturalism, acceptance of opinion diversity.

CT3. Self-evaluation of need for continuing professional training with the purpose of insertion and adjustment to the market requirements.

 

 

Geography undergraduate programme  

- FT (full-time) studies – accredited programme;

- 75 seats

- Presentation:

The teaching and research mission includes specific and current interest elements in line with the National Qualifications Framework and the labour market demands.

The mission of Geography FT and DL undergraduate programme is training highly qualified specialists capable to work in preuniversity education and in other fields related to environmental knowledge, conservation and protection, to the capitalisation of the touristic potential, as well as in research and design institutes, geographical, speleological, hydrometeorological institutions, environmental protection agencies and the like.   

The programme constantly promotes innovation and creativity, develops research (including based on the projects won by the teaching staff, the research projects covered by the Research Plan of the faculty and the like) in cooperation with national institutions in the field (The Institute of Speleology, The National Agency of Meteorology, The Institute of Geography, The Institute of Geology and the like) and international institutions, and recognises the scientific performances of the teaching staff and the students by publishing the outcomes of their work in the Annals of Spiru Haret University – Geography series and in other specialised journals, and by organising and participating in national and international scientific events (e.g. the International Symposium of Geography „Landscapes: perception, understanding, awareness and action”).

The lecture rooms are equipped with magnetic chalkboards, thematic maps, mobile video-projectors, projection screens, laser markers for the courses that require the use of such teaching methods in the faculty’s cabinets and laboratories: Computer Science Lab, GIS and Remote Sensing Lab, Meteorology-Climatology-Hydrology Lab, Geomorphology and Topography and Mapping Lab, Geology and Soil Geography Lab, Pedology and Biogeography Lab, Human Geography Lab, Tourism Geography Lab.    

The faculty hosts a series of specialty collections, as the collection of topographic, geologic and soil maps, minerals and rocks collection, fossil collection, macromonoliths and micromonoliths collection.

The research work related to the Geography FT and DL undergraduate programme of studies, conducted by the Centre of Geographic, Environmental and Tourism Studies and Research is directly coordinated by the Central Research Institute (ICCS) of “Spiru Haret” University.

A special attention is paid to the annual or short-term practicum.

The programme library lies in the same building and it is equipped with a 100 sqm reading room and a storage space. We also provide a virtual library and a dynamic and interactive platform (Blackboard e-Learning Platform) which facilitates the student – teaching staff communication.  

The book supply covers 16100 volumes, of which 12092 books and 2448 periodicals written in Romanian and 1560 books written in foreign languages. This results in 9289 titles, of which 8232 in Romanian, 915 in foreign languages and 142 periodical titles.

The teaching staff and the students are engaged in various research activities and participate in numerous mobility programmes as Erasmus+.

 

Professional competencies:

  • Defining and describing the main geographical concepts, regulations, processes and phenomena, explaining their origin and evolution and assessing their impact on the natural and anthropic geographic systems
  • Using the multi-source data collection and processing methods and techniques
  • Performing specific graphical representations
  • Elaborating specialty studies and projects
  • Turning to good account the outcomes of the geographical analyses, studies and projects  
  • Providing professional assistance in various geographical areas

Transversal competencies:

  • Implementing the strategies of efficient and responsible work according to the principles, norms and values of the Code of Professional Ethics
  • Implementing the techniques of efficient work in a multidisciplinary team, fair attitude in relation to the group, respect for diversity and multiculturality, accepting  the diversity of opinion
  • Self-assessment of the need for continuing professional training in order to meet the labour market demands

- admission fee: 110 lei;

- tuition fee: 2600 lei (for the 2016 – 2017 academic year);

- Government Resolution no. 654/14 September 2016

- programme status: Accredited 

Geography undergraduate programme

- DL (Distance Learning) – authorised programme;

- 75 seats

- Professional competencies:

  • Defining and describing the main geographical concepts, regulations, processes and phenomena, explaining their origin and evolution and assessing their impact on the natural and anthropic geographic systems
  • Using the multi-source data collection and processing methods and techniques
  • Performing specific graphical representations
  • Elaborating specialty studies and projects
  • Turning to good account the outcomes of the geographical analyses, studies and projects
  • Providing professional assistance in various geographical areas

Transversal competencies:

  • Implementing the strategies of efficient and responsible work according to the principles, norms and values of the Code of Professional Ethics
  • Implementing the techniques of efficient work in a multidisciplinary team, fair attitude in relation to the group, respect for diversity and multiculturality, accepting  the diversity of opinion
  • Self-assessment of the need for continuing professional training in order to meet the labour market demands

- admission fee: 110 lei;

- tuition fee: 2600 lei (for the 2016 – 2017 academic year);

- Government Resolution no. 654/14 September 2016

- programme status: Authorised

Headquarters: Bucharest, 13 Ion Ghica Street, Sector 3, postcode: 030045

Telephone numbers: 0214551902 (direct connection)

0213140075, 0213140076

0214442071 (fax)

„Environmental risk analysis and expertise“ Master programme

- FT (full-time) studies – accredited programme;

- 50 seats

 

Professional competencies:

  • Defining and describing the main risk-related concepts, processes and phenomena, explaining their origin and evolution and assessing their impact on the natural and anthropic geographic systems   
  • Using the data processing modern methods and techniques in the analysis of risk phenomena 
  • Performing graphical representations and mapping specific to risk-related studies   
  • Elaborating specialty studies   
  • Turning to good account the outcomes of risk phenomena research
  • Providing specialised assistance in risk analysis   

Transversal competencies:

  • Implementing the strategies of efficient and responsible work according to the principles, norms and values of the Code of Professional Ethics
  • Implementing the techniques of efficient work in a multidisciplinary team, fair attitude in relation to the group, respect for diversity and multiculturality, accepting  the diversity of opinion
  • Self-assessment of the need for continuing professional training in order to meet the labour market demands

- admission fee: 110 lei;

- tuition fee: 3000 lei (for the 2016 – 2017 academic year);

- Government Resolution no. 402/2 June 2016

- programme status: Accredited