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DEUST of Professions in Development and Social Activities

Sciences Humaines et Sociales

Academic year : 2017 / 2018

last update 29/11/2012

    Course objectives and characteristics

    The goal of the DEUST (Diplôme d’Edudes Universitaires Scientifiques et Techniques, or Diploma in University Scientific and Technical Studies) is to train students to be skilled technicians in all areas of management and project organisation.  The course prioritises the mastering of basic rules of management and understanding of legal and social issues, communication skills, and awareness of the social, economic and cultural opportunities and constraints involved when dealing with associations, business, local authorities and the national government.

    The professional skills taught are not aimed at any sector of activity in particular, but cover a wide variety of services: services to individuals and businesses, interpersonal services, creative and financial services, teaching and sport.

    Our graduates are primarily employed in three professional categories, depending on the size of the organisation in which they work. These organisations may be public, private or from the social economy.

    • Skilled administrative technician
    • Skilled technician in administration and/or in the field (connecting project management and hands-on participation)
    • Skilled technicians in education and sports (youth worker, assistant working closely with a specialised public and/or support to disadvantaged people).

     

     

    Course structure

    The DEUST course lasts two years, or four academic semesters.
    Each year is broken down into two teaching semesters, each followed by examinations.  Lessons, Lectures (also known as CM), Seminars (TD) and Tutorials (TP) are grouped into Teaching Units (TU).  All are compulsory and are part of a professionalising process with validation from internships and fieldwork within the disciplines of the course.

     

    Organisation

    • Formation continue
    • Formation en apprentissage

    Accompagnement pédagogique

    Students receive academic support in various forms throughout their studies :

    • An introductory course before the start of their DEUST course
    • Access to online services (academic portal, course resources, personal online progress monitoring),
    • A designated supervising tutor,
    • Regular testing in order to know if any personalised academic support is necessary which may lead to support hours in particular disciplines
    • Assistance in identifying potential sectors of employment through the  Personal Professional Plan (PPP),
    • Assistance in reorientation provided by the teaching staff, the Department of Information and Orientation of High School Students and Undergraduates (PIOLE),
    • The chance to pursue further studies (Professional degree)
    • Certificates in languages and information technology as part of your degree (CLES, C21).

     

     

    After the DEUST

     

    The professional fields most closely associated with this course are businesses and organisations working in the field of social economy: associations, cooperatives, mutual insurance companies, and assimilated organisations (works councils, etc) with whom local authorities collaborate (districts, inter-district associations) and their administrative departments (Employment and solidarity, Youth and sport).

     

    • Skilled administrative technician:  large structures operating in the social economy, similar in size to a local authority, which need trained staff who can meet administrative needs for a variety of tasks: law, management, accounting, environment.  The DEUST course meets those needs and can put them directly into practice.
    • Skilled technician in administration and/or in fieldwork (connecting project management and hands-on participation).  Smaller structures are interested in well-adapted educational profiles, since students will receive hands-on experience in the areas of youth work, social or sports.  The course teaches practical foundations, allowing smaller employers to recruit at a level of Bac+2.  This is sufficient to handle the complex community environment while remaining available for fieldwork and local project management.
    • Skilled technicians in education and sports (youth worker, assistant working closely with a specialised public and/or support to disadvantaged people. The needs of the world of education and sports have become greater over the last few years.  This is due to a lack of staff able to supervise school-goers, either providing homework support through independent or supervised study or mentoring young people in cultural or in sports, either in an academic world or in community life.

     

     

    Practical Information

    • Head : Philippe NASZÁLYI

      Registrar's office

      • Apprenticeship training
      • Get in touch with : Eric BAHOUA
        E-mail : : eric.bahoua@univ-evry.fr
        Telephone : 01 69 47 78 74
        Télécopie : 01 60 78 69 77

      1ère année Semestre 1

      Semester 1 and 2 of the first year
      Option: management in local authorities, management of social activities and cultural associations.
      CM: Lectures
      TD: Seminars

      TU

      First year teaching units

       CM

       TD

      TU1.1. - UNDERSTANDING SOCIETY

      1.1.1

      Principles of political sciences

       

      21

      1.1.2

      Context of a social and solidarity based economy

      14

      7

      1.1.3

      Ethics and citizenship / human rights

      14

       

      1.1.4

      History and principles of social welfare

      14

       

      1.1.5

      Principles of the psychology of work

       

      14

      TU1.2. - MANAGEMENT

      1.2.1

      General management principles

      10

      18

      1.2.2

      Principles of public budgeting

      12

      3

      1.2.3

      General management, accounting

      3

      18

      1.2.4

      Human resources - general principles

      14

      7

      TU1.3. - LAW

      1.3.1

      General principles in law

      14

      7

      1.3.2

      Methodology and case law

       

      21

      1.3.3

      Administrative organisation

      14

      7

      1.3.4

      Theory and practice of organisations

      7

      7

      TU1.4. - COMMUNICATION AND LANGUAGE

      1.4.1

      Written expression, presentation of documents

       

      21

      1.4.2

      Oral communication NTIC, documentary research on the internet

       

      31

      1.4.3

      Modern language applied to structures of a social and solidarity-based economy

       

      28

      1.4.4

      Office automation applied to structures in a social and solidarity-based economy

       

      21

      TU1.5. – PROJECT MANAGEMENT

      1.5.1

      Adult education and a solidarity-based economy

      10

      24

      1.5.2

      Investigation techniques: studies and enquiries in the professional sphere

       

      35

      1.5.3

      Introduction to project design

       

      41

      1.5.4

      Preparation for public competitive examinations

       

      14

       

       

       

       

      1ère année Semestre 2

      Option: management of youth work activities and sports

      TU

      First year teaching units

       CM

       TD

      TU1.1. - UNDERSTANDING SOCIETY

      1.1.1

       Principles of political science

       

      21

      1.1.2

       Sport, a new economic activity

      14

      7

      1.1.3

       Ethics and rules in sport

      14

       

      1.1.4

       Sports activities, as a tool in social intervention

      14

       

      1.1.5

       Principles of psychology

       

      14

      TU1.2. - MANAGEMENT

      1.2.1

      General principles of management

      10

      18

      1.2.2

      Principles of public budgeting

      12

      3

      1.2.3

      General accounting adapted for sports associations

      3

      18

      1.2.4

      Management of human resources: general principles

      14

      7

      TU1.3. - LAW

       

       

      1.3.1

       General Principles in Law

      14

      7

      1.3.2

       Methodology and Case Law

       

      21

      1.3.3

       Administrative organisation

      14

      7

      1.3.4

       Policy and organisation of sport in France

      7

      7

      TU1.4. - COMMUNICATION AND LANGUAGES

      1.4.1

       Written expression, presentation of documents

       

      21

      1.4.2

       Oral communication NTIC, documentary research on the internet

       

      31

      1.4.3

      Modern language applied to structures in a social and solidarity based economy

       

      28

      1.4.4

      Applied management and organisational structures in a social and solidarity-based economy

       

      21

      TU1.5. - PROJECT MANAGEMENT

      1.5.1

      Sports and municipal policy

      10

      24

      1.5.2

      Investigation techniques: studies and enquiries in the professional sphere

       

      35

      1.5.3

      Organisation and funding of events and sports associations

       

      41

      1.5.4

      Preparation for competitive examinations

       

      14

       

      2ème année Semestre 1

      Semesters 1 and 2 of the second year
      Option: Management of communities, social activities, and cultural associations

       

      TU

      Second year teaching units

      CM

      TD

      TU 2.1. - UNDERSTANDING SOCIETY

      2.1.1

      Principles of political sciences and analysis

      15

      6

      2.1.2

      Social urban organisation

      14

      3

      2.1.3

      History of associations and cooperatives

      21

       

      2.1.4

      Social anthropology and the place of religion

      14

      7

      2.1.5

      Psychology of conflict

       

      21

      2.1.6

      History and principles of social welfare

      14

       

      TU2.2. - MANAGEMENT

      2.2.1

      Accounting and finance of corporate entities / subsidies

      10

      18

      2.2.2

      Taxation of corporate entities

       

      14

      2.2.3

      Management and application of human resources

      7

      14

      2.2.4

      Economics and sustainable development

      7

      7

      TU2.3. LAW

      2.3.1

      Applied company law

      9

      12

      2.3.2

      Employment law and social rights

      9

      12

      2.3.3

      Construction and European law

      7

      7

      2.3.4

      Policies of local authorities and their funding

      14

      7

      TU2.4. COMMUNICATION AND LANGUAGES

      2.4.1

      Written expression / writing complex documents

       

      21

      2.4.2

      Holding meetings, ICT and developments in documentary research via the internet

       

      31

      2.4.3

      Modern language applied to structures in a social and solidarity-based economy

       

      28

      2.4.4

      Applied management and organisational structures in a social and solidarity-based economy

       

      21

      TU2.5. – PROJECT MANAGEMENT

      2.5.1

      Techniques and methodology of public competitive examinations

      4

      17

       

      2.5.2

      Cultural, social and European project

       

      42

       

      2.5.3

      Setting up projects in a social economy

      4

      37

       

       

       

       

      2ème année Semestre 2

      Option: management of youth and sports activities

       TU

       Second year teaching units

       CM

       TD

      TU 2.1. - UNDERSTANDING SOCIETY

      2.1.1

      Principles of political sciences and analysis

      15

      6

      2.1.2

      Sociology of youth

      14

      3

      2.1.3

      History of movements in sports

      21

       

      2.1.4

      Sport in contemporary society

      14

      7

      2.1.5

      Psychology of conflict

       

      21

      2.1.6

      History and principles of social welfare

      14

       

      TU 2.2. - ECONOMY AND MANAGEMENT

      2.2.1

      Accounting and finance of corporate bodies / subsidies

      10

      18

      2.2.2

      Taxation and by-products of sports associations

       

      14

      2.2.3

      Management and application of human resources

      7

      14

      2.2.4

      Economy of the sports industry

      7

      7

      TU 2.3. - LAW

      2.3.1

      Law applied to corporate entities

      9

      12

      2.3.2

      Employment law and social rights

      9

      12

      2.3.3

      Application of law to sport and associations

      7

      7

      2.3.4

      Policies of local authorities and their funding

      14

      7

      TU2.4. - COMMUNICATION AND LANGUAGES

      2.4.1

      Writing reports on activities or events

       

      21

      2.4.2

      Holding meetings, ICT and developments in documentary research via the internet

       

      31

      2.4.3

      Modern language applied to structures in a social and solidarity-based economy

       

      28

      2.4.4

      Applied management and organisational structures in a social and solidarity-based economy

       

      21

      TU2.5. - PROJECT MANAGEMENT

      2.5.1

      Techniques and methodology of public competitive examinations

      4

      17

      2.5.2

      Cultural, social and European project

       

      42

      2.5.3

      Setting up operations (recruitment, events)

      4

      37

       

       

       

      Objet du réglement du contrôle des connaissances

      Bachelor degree = 180 validated ECTS* credits
      Teaching Units are assessed by written and oral examinations.
      The programme of assessments which leads to the awarding of the DEUST  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;
      • Or 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 after each semester, with the second (re-sits) held in September.

       

       

       


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