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Bachelor's Degree in Social and Economic Administration

Droit, Economie, Gestion

Academic year : 2017 / 2018

last update 05/12/2012

    Course objectives and characteristics

    The Bachelor's Degree in Social and Economic Administration is a multidisciplinary academic programme which combines studies in three key fields – law, economics & management and human & social sciences – with an array of complementary technical subjects (information technology, finance, accounting, languages etc.). The course has two key objectives: to prepare students for graduate studies (particularly professional Master’s degrees) and to prepare them for direct entry into professional life. The first two years (L1 and L2) cover the core curriculum.

    In the third year (L3) students choose from a range of options, guiding them towards careers in business or in administration and regional government. Students select their own academic path, choosing among the four areas of specialisation: Territorial Administration and Development, Management of International Projects, Organisational Governance and Management and Rethinking Social Development (in partnership with the Regional Institute for Social Work in Montrouge).

     

    Course structure

    The degree is spread over three years, or over six academic semesters.
    Each year is made up of two teaching semesters, at the end of which exams are organised. The lessons, Tutorials (known as TD) and Practical Seminars (or TP), are organised into Teaching Units (TU). Some subjects are compulsory, others are chosen from a range of options. These optional papers offer students the chance to study topics of interest from the course in greater detail and/or to discover topics from other disciplines and to explore inter-disciplinary approaches.
    In addition to the core academic components, the course may incorporate a professional work placement.

    The first year of the degree (L1) enables students to acquire the basics, the second year (L2) explores these themes in more detail and helps students choose their future path, and the final year (L3) marks the beginning of specialisation.
    Possible pathways in L3 at the University of Evry-Val-d’Essonne :

    • Organisational Governance and Management (GEO)
    • Territorial Administration and Development (ADT)
    • Rethinking Social Development (RDS)

     

     

    Voir les parcours L3

    Accompagnement pédagogique

    Students receive academic support in various forms throughout their studies :

    • an induction course before starting the academic year in L1,
    • Access to online services (academic portal, course resources, personal online progress monitoring),
    • A designated supervising tutor,
    • regular proficiency tests to determine if personalised help is needed, with the implementation of disciplinary support time,
    • help with identifying possible careers and areas of employability, by means of the Professional Personal Project (PPP),
    • Advice on reorientation, provided by the teaching team and the PIOLE centre (Information and Orientation for Pupils and Students),
    • Opportunities to obtain short-term professional skills (bachelor's degree),
    • Opportunities to obtain diplomas in modern languages and ICT during the course (CLES, C2I).

     

     

     

    After L3 :

    • Civil Service Entrance Examinations.
    • Careers in Administration and business management, for the State, national governments, regional authorities and associations.

     

     

     

    Further study

    Further studies at the University of Evry-Val-d’Essonne

     

    Terms of admission

    In L1, the student must have at least one of the following :

    • A Baccalaureate diploma,
    • A Diploma of Access to Higher Education (DAEU),
    • A qualification issued by a French or foreign institution which is equivalent to the Baccalaureate, as defined by the national regulations,
    • One of the validation certifications established by articles L.613-3, L.613-4 and L.613-5 of the Educational Code, recognising the applicant’s past studies, professional experience or personal strengths with a view to embarking on a course of higher education.

    For admission to the second year (L2), students must have :

    • 60 academic credits (ECTS) from the first year of this course,
    • or, 60 academic credits (ECTS) from the first year of another course and the formal agreement of the course director.

     

    Practical Information

    • Head : L1 /L2 LCorinne Baujard

      Semester 1

      Subjects

       Lectures

      Tutorials

      * Fundamental Teaching Units (TU 1)

      1. General introduction to law (1)

      2. Introduction to economic theories (1)

      3. Introduction to sociology (1)

      4. History of economic and social issues (1)

      19 hours

      19 hours

      19 hours

       

       

      18 hours

      18 hours

      18 hours

      18 hours

       

      *Discovery/context Teaching Units (TU 2)

       

       

      1 Quantitative techniques of management and taxation (1)

      2. Introduction to urbanism (1)

      3. Modern Languages 1

      4. Information Technology 1

      10 hours

      19 hours

       

      9 hours

       

      18 hours

      15 hours

      * Methodology of academic work (TU 3)

       

      Methodology of disciplines

       

      18 hours

      * Professional Project Unit (TU A)

       

      1. Personal and professional project

       

      18 hours

       

       

      Semester 2

      Subjects

      Lectures

      Tutorials

      * Fundamental Teaching Units (TU 4)

       

      1. General introduction to law (2)

      2. Introduction to economic theories (2)

      3. Introduction to sociology (2)

      4. Sociology of cultural practices

      19 hours

      19 hours

      19 hours

      19 hours

       

      18 hours

      18 hours

      18 hours

      18 hours

       

       

      * Culture general-expression-language Teaching Units (TU 5)

       

       

          I. Quantitative techniques of management and taxation (2)

      2. Introduction to territorial development (2)

      3. Modern Languages I (2)

      4. General accounting and management

      5. Information Technology (2)

      10 hours

      19 hours

       

       

      9 hours

       

      18 hours

      18 hours

      15 hours

       

      * Methodology of academic work (TU 6)

       

       

      Methodology (spoken expression)

       

      18 hours

       

       

      * Optional papers (TU B)

       

       

      Modern Languages II

      Or Professional Teacher Training (PPME)

      or sport or arts or other inter-disciplinary units (general culture…)

      Or teaching of another diploma, or a work shadowing placement in a business

       

        18 hours

       

       

       

      Semester 3

      Subjects

      Lectures

      Tutorials

      * Fundamental Teaching Units (TU 7)

       

      1. Administrative Law (1)

      2. Civil law

      3. Introduction to macro-economics and national accounts (1)

      4. Public finances

      5. Business economics

      19 hours

      19 hours

      19 hours

      19 hours

      19 hours

       

      18 hours

       

      18 hours

      18 hours

       

       

      * General culture-expression-languages - Teaching Unit TU 8

       

       

      1. History of economic and social issues in 20th century France (1)

      2. Modern Languages I

      3. Quantitative techniques of management and taxation (1)

      Or Urban and regional geography (1)

      4. General accounting and management

      5. Information technology (3)

      19 hours

       

      19 hours

       

      19 hours

       

       

       

      18 hours

      18 hours

       

      19 hours

      18 hours

       

       

      * Methodology of academic work (TU 9)

       

       

      1. Methodology of disciplines

       

      18 hours

       

      * Teaching unit B: Professional project

       

       

       

       1. Personal and professional project

       

       18 hours

       

      * Optional papers (TU C)

       

       

      Modern languages II

      Or Professional Teacher Training (PPME)

      or sport or arts or other inter-disciplinary units (general culture…)

      Or teaching of another diploma, or a work shadowing placement in a business

       

      18 hours

       

       

      Semester 4

      Subjects

      Lectures

      Tutorials

      * Fundamental Teaching Units (TU 10)

       

      1. Administrative law (2)

      2. Financial institutions

      3. Introduction to macro-economics and national accounts (2)

      4. Political sociology

      5. Business law

      19 hours

      19 hours

      19 hours

      19 hours

      19 hours

       

      18 hours

       

      18 hours

       

       

      * General culture-expression-languages - Teaching Unit TU 11

       

       

      1. History of economic and social matters in 20th century France (2)

      2. Modern languages I (2)

      3. Quantitative techniques of management and taxation (2)

      or Urban and regional geography (2)

      4. Political institutions and officials of France

      5 Information Technology (4)

      19 hours

       

      19 hours

       

      19 hours

       

       

      18 hours

      18 hours

       

       

      18 hours

       

       

      * Methodology of academic work (TU 12)

       

       

      1. Methodology of disciplines

      2. Descriptive statistics

       

      19h30

      18 hours

      18 hours

       

       

      * Optional papers (TU D)

       

       

      Modern languages II

      Or Professional Teacher Training (PPME)

      or sport or arts or other inter-disciplinary units (general culture…)

      Or teaching of another diploma, or a work shadowing placement in a business

       

      18 hours

       

       

      Objet du réglement du contrôle des connaissances

      Examinations and awarding of degrees
       Bachelor’s degree = 180 validated ECTS* credits.
      Teaching Units are assessed by written and oral examinations.
      The programme of assessments which leads to the awarding of a Bachelor’s degree includes examinations for each semester of the course, comprising :

      • A system of continuous assessment (which may be based on marks awarded for coursework) for the subjects taught in tutorials and/or seminars;
      • A final examination;
      • A combination of both methods.

      Nonetheless, the continuous assessment method is prioritised as much as possible.
      Two distinct examination sessions are organised over the course of the academic year.
      The first examination sessions take place shortly after each semester, with the second (re-sits) held in September.

       

       

       


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