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Faculty of Economics, Juridical and Administrative Sciences
The economic, law and administrative education is almost 20 years old within "Petru Maior" University of Tîrgu-Mureş and is in full swing, having become more and more attractive for thousands of young people. The Mureş community, spurred and stimulated by the market economy, influenced "Petru Maior" University of Tîrgu-Mureş too, the latter coming up to the educational needs and wishes of the youth and other age categories. In this context, there is a constant increase in the number of students who choose the economic, law and administrative education.
The wide offer of the labour market for the specializations from these fields contributes to greater chances of career achievement, both at home and abroad. Thus, the specialization Business Management was set up in 1993, being the first economic specialization accredited at "Petru Maior" University of Tîrgu-Mureş with 29 students, and in 2012 it had a number of 936 students. In 1996 the specialization Public Administration was set up with 17 students and in 2012 it had 792 students. In 2000 the specialization Accountancy had 59 students and now it has 600. In 2003 the Law specialization was set up with 60 students, and in 2012 it had 457 students. Two more specializations began their courses in 2004, The Economy of Trade, Tourism and Services and Finance-Banking with 25 and 48 students respectively. They now have 353 and 409 students, respectively.
Structure and evolution
In 2000 the post-graduate and MA education started with Business Management having 24 MA students. Due to its development and the increased interest for this kind of education, the Faculty of Economics, Juridical and Administrative Sciences was set up in 2002, by separating itself from the Faculty of Sciences and Letters. In 2005, under the new heading of the faculty, diverse economic specializations were institutionalized. The new location of the Faculty of Economics, Juridical and Administrative Sciences was inaugurated on 10 October 2005, in 69, Livezeni Street, providing a modern educational environment, with equipment and facilities at a European standard. The faculty has 60 full-time teaching staff, 1 part-time teaching staff and 9 members of the non-didactic personnel. The academic year 2005-2006 has been influenced by the systematic reform of economic, law and administrative higher education, especially emphasizing the quality of educational services to satisfy the beneficiaries' demands.
The European educational system is undergoing major changes and is going towards a diversification of courses for the professional career in which life-long education and study becomes a necessity. The achievement of a system of higher education which can offer both students and the society the best opportunities to look for and find the domains in which they are the best is a priority of the formative measures. The specializations of the faculty have, as their educational final aim, the formation of professional abilities and competences of the graduates.
Perspectives and new development
The reform of the educational system known as the Declaration of Bologna is a pan-European process which generated "The European Environment of Higher Education". Beginning with the academic year 2005-2006 the educational system has been organized in two cycles: Bachelor and MA. Thus, the Bachelor's Degree studies are organized on wide specialty domains lasting 3 or 4 years, and need 180 or 240 credits, according to the specialization.
The Bachelor's and MA programs offered by our faculty are part of the fundamental domains of economic, law and administrative sciences. Among the objectives of the faculty, an important place is held by the possibility of using the economic, law and administrative studies in different fields of socio-economic, political and administrative activities, as well as the possibility of post-graduate studies to develop professional performance.
An important component in the University strategy and the Faculty of Economics, Juridical and Administrative Sciences respectively is to encourage students to study at least a semester in a foreign university, which contributes to their integration in the European educational system. To support this process there have been signed Erasmus-LLP mobility agreements for students and teaching staff, collaboration contracts and exchanges with other universities from the European Union, such as Italy, Greece, France, Belgium, Slovakia and Hungary.
EuPa - EDUCATION EUROPEENNE EN ADMINISTRATION PUBLIQUE
EDARO - CERCETARI PRIVIND ARMONIZAREA EDUCATIEI ANTREPRENORIALE IN UNIVERSITTILE DIN ROMANIA CU UNIVERSITSTILE DIN UNIUNEA EUROPEANA SI DIN ESTUL EUROPEI
EEE - EUROPEAN ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION
MPEAP- MASTER PROFESSIONNEL EUROPEEN D'ADMINISTRATION PUBLIQUE
ASIC - Antreprenoriat de Succes si Intreprinderi Competitive
The specializations in which the students of the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences are trained:
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