Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of their studies, the graduates of the Department have the opportunity to solve problems by proposing alternative solutions to address social problems, to collect primary data in order to record, weigh and evaluate the parameters of social phenomena, to plan social protection interventions and evaluate the implemented policies, to be part of wider groups of planning, organization, evaluation and implementation of social policy, to use modern technologies in communication and information in order to update their knowledge, to collect secondary data, to adhere to scientific / research ethics in the performance of their duties.

Upon completion of their studies, students will be able to:

  • describe and analyze social phenomena and issues related to social protection policies,
  • understand and manage basic theories related to social policy and point out differences between them,
  • understand the interdisciplinary nature of social policy,
  • understand the basic principles that apply to the policies implemented in the field of social protection,
  • understand and use the basic principles of social administration,
  • assess the impact of policy proposals in the field of social protection,
  • plan social policies and formulate policy proposals with reference to the objectives, means and expected results,
  • approach comparatively different ways of implementing social protection measures in different countries and further integrate each way into one of the ‘models’ of welfare capitalism for developed countries.