Let us then simulate that you are now enrolled to attend the area of study in Sociology and Social Work. When the first semester of the first year begins on October 1, you will study 6 subjects:
4 subjects will offer you general knowledge and competencies related to the area of study selected.
One subject will offer you communication skills in Information Technology and Communication Technology.
One subject will offer you communication skills in a foreign language.
After this first semester, you might as well decide on attending specialization in Sociology.
If you decide to attend only this specialization, in year 2 and year 3 you will only attend 30 subjects (6 subjects per each semester) and they will define your single specialization. Along with the main specialization you might as well decide on attending a second, complementary specialization.
What choices do you have?
You could for instance attend Public Administration, within the area of study of Administrative Sciences within the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration. If such is the case, you will have Sociology as your main specialization, and Public Administration as your complementary specialization. These specializations are offered by two different faculties within our university. Whatever choice you make, the next two years you will attend 6 subjects per semester and these subjects belong to both main and complementary specializations. The latter are also to be found among the main specializations offered by one faculty or another.
If, once you graduate the first cycle, you decide to teach in primary or elementary education, you must then attend courses of the teaching training department (three courses and seminars).
If, once you graduate the first cycle and the courses of the teaching training department, you decide on a teaching career in secondary or higher education, you must then successfully complete Master’s degree studies and another teaching module.