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International Relations + Economics

Branch of knowledge: Social and Legal Sciences
Responsible Center: Faculty of Legal and Political Sciences
Teaching modality and Campus:
In person:
Fuenlabrada
Credits: 358,5. Credits year: 60 Duration: 5 years. Implantation: progressive
Academic Calendar    Opening hours   Exams  Teaching Guides  Faculty
Coordinator: Prof. Dr. Elena Carolina Díaz Galán (RR.II) / Prof. Ms. Nuria Elena Gómez Gómez (Economy)

Student attention: 91 488 93 93.     Student Help Box     Suggestions, complaints and congratulations mailbox

Training itinerary

ACCESS TO ALL UNIVERSITY TEACHING GUIDES

FBC: Common Basic Training, they are validated with their counterparts of all grades
FBR: Basic Branch Training, they can be validated with their branch counterparts, taking into account the adequacy between the skills and knowledge acquired.
OB: Compulsory
OP: Optional

1st COURSE
SEMESTER COURSE CHARACTER CREDITS
1 Human, Economic and Political Geography OB 6
1 Statistics I OB 4,5
1 Mathematical Methods for Economics I OB 4,5
1 Economic and Social History FBR 6
1 Financial Accounting OB 6
1 Introduction to Economics FBR 6
1 Introduction to Law FBC 6
2 History of the Contemporary World and its Social Movements FBC 6
2 Systems and Constitutional Models in the international arena OB 6
2 International Organizations and Institutions OB 6
2 Statistics II OB 4,5
2 Mathematical Methods for Economics II OB 4,5
2 Computer Technology FBC 6
Total credits to be taken: 72

 

2st COURSE
SEMESTER COURSE CHARACTER CREDITS
1 Armed Conflicts and International Humanitarian Law OB 3
1 Foreign Policy of Spain OB 6
1 International Relations, Society and Globalization FBR 6
1 Security and Defense in the International Order OB 3
1 International marketing OB 6
1 Theory and History of International Political Ideas OB 6
1 Microeconomics I OB 4,5
1 Macroeconomics I OB 4,5
2 The Company and International Organizations: Multinational Companies FBR 6
2 Public Opinion and International Journalism FBR 6
Annual modern language FBC 6
2 Commercial Law FBR 6
2 Microeconomics II OB 4,5
2 Macroeconomics II OB 4,5
Total credits to be taken: 72

 

3st COURSE
SEMESTER COURSE CHARACTER CREDITS
1 Democratization Processes, Transitions and International Community OB 3
1 International Criminal Law OB 3
1 European Union and Community Law OB 6
1 Spanish and World Economy I OB 4,5
1 Public Treasury I OB 4,5
1 Financial mathematics OB 6
1 Econometrics I OB 4,5
2 Political History of the European Union OB 6
2 Public International Law OB 6
2 Spanish and World Economy II OB 4,5
2 Public Treasury II OB 4,5
2 Economic analysis OB 6
2 Econometrics II OB 4,5
Annual 2nd Language (Chinese or Arabic). Basic level OB 9
Total credits to be taken: 72

 

4st COURSE
SEMESTER COURSE CHARACTER CREDITS
1 Global Analysis of Cultures and Religions. Historical Evolution and Fundamentalism OB 9
1 Ibero-American Community of Nations and Integration Processes in America OB 6
1 Diplomatic and Consular Law OB 3
1 Economic policy OB 6
1 Emerging Regions on the International Scene: Africa and Asia OB 3
1 International economy OB 6
2 Procedural Law and International Courts OB 6
2 International Law of human rights OB 6
2 International Terrorism OB 6
2 Monetary and Financial Economics OB 6
2 History of economic thoughts OB 6
Annual 2nd Language (Chinese or Arabic). Advanced level OB 9
Total credits to be taken: 72

 

5st COURSE
SEMESTER COURSE CHARACTER CREDITS
1 Immigration, Asylum and Development Cooperation OB 6
1 Protocol and Ceremonial OB 3
1 Economics of Imposition OB 7,5
2 Economics of Growth and Development OP 6
2 Monetary History and Monetary Theory OP 6
1 Academic Recognition of Credits OB 6
Annual Economics Bachelor's Thesis OB 6
Annual Final Degree Project in International Relations OB 6
Annual External Internships (Economics) OB 24
Total credits to be taken: 70,5

 

Regulation

ACADEMIC CALENDAR

REGISTRATION

*The rates corresponding to double degrees with different degrees of experimentality will be applied as established in the new Decree 43/2022, of June 29, of the Government Council, which establishes the public prices for university studies leading to official degrees and services of an academic nature in the public universities of the Community of Madrid*

TRAINING PROCESS 

REVIEWS AND REVIEWS

Validation, adaptation of studies, recognition of credits and homologation of foreign qualifications

UNIVERSITY DEGREES

VISITING STUDENTS AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY

TEACHING COORDINATION

COEXISTENCE REGIME

SCHOOL INSURANCE

ASSOCIATIONS

Quality guarantee

Quality Assurance Degree in International Relations
Quality Assurance Degree in Economics

General information collection plan

Within the quality assurance system of the Rey Juan Carlos University, the following surveys are planned:

- New students

- Teacher evaluation

- Student satisfaction

- Satisfaction of the graduates

- Labor insertion

- Causes of abandonment

- Career path:

  • Second year after graduation
  • Third year after graduation
  • Fourth year after graduation

- Degree of satisfaction:

  • Faculty with the campus and university
  • Teacher with degree
  • of the evaluators
  • Incoming student mobility program
  • Outgoing Student Mobility Program
  • Administration and services staff with the university

- External internships:

  • Student satisfaction
  • External tutor satisfaction
  • Evaluator satisfaction

Survey results:

Results report

Once the follow-up has been carried out, the quantitative information on the results obtained in the follow-up of said Degree is shown, differentiated by academic year.

Results report

Labor Insertion

 

Satisfaction of the groups

Within the quality assurance system of the Rey Juan Carlos University, satisfaction surveys are planned for the university community (students, pas and teaching staff) with the services offered by the university. These are surveys aimed at all members of the university community, who are users of the different services offered by the university. These surveys, which are held annually, assess the degree of user satisfaction with the services provided by the university, either directly through the university's own departments or through external contracts.