Degree in Labour Relations (2010 syllabus)

240 credits - Faculty of Law
  This study programme will not be continued ; new students will not be admitted. You can refer to the corresponding current study programme. .

Entry Profile

The Degree in Labour Relations is aimed at students from any area of knowledge since it is enough to demonstrate the following abilities to take the programme:

  1. Verbal and written comprehension.
  2. Critical, analytical and reflectional ability.
  3. Verbal and written communication.

 

Entry information


Validations

Credit Recognition and Transfer Committee for GRLA

Member 3
Mas García, Irene
Member 4
Escandell Ferrer, Joan Pep

Accreditation grid for first and second cycle curricula and new curricula (degree)

Table of equivalences by curriculum Degree in Labour Relations (2010 syllabus)

Law (1997 syllabus)
Law (1997 syllabus) Degree in Labour Relations (2010 syllabus)
2901: Political Economy and the Public Treasury
22500: Basics of Economics
2903: Civil Law I
22506: Foundations of Civil Law for Labour Relations
2904: Constitutional Law I
20400: Basic Notions of Law
2905: Introduction to Procedural Law
22543: General Notions of Civil Proceedings
2908: Criminal Law I
22540: Social Criminal Law
2910: Administrative Law I
22507: Foundations of Administrative law for Labour Relations
2914: European Community Law
20474: Community Social Law
  • 2915: Introduction to Commercial Law
  • 2922: Commercial Law I
22517: Merchant Law I
  • 2916: Introduction to Financial Law
  • 2921: Financial and Taxation Law I
22518: Enterprise Taxation Law
2926: Financial and Taxation Law II
22534: Taxation Proceedings
2927: Private International Law
22530: Work and Settlement of Foreigners in Spain
2928: Commercial Law II
22522: Merchant Law II
2953: Electronic Commerce and the Internet
22544: Internet Private Law
2976: Social Security Law
22504: Introduction to Social Security Law
870: Labour Law and Social Security Law
22503: Introduction to Labour Law

Degree in Business Administration
Degree in Business Administration Degree in Labour Relations (2010 syllabus)
20400: Basic Notions of Law
20400: Basic Notions of Law
20600: Economic Environment
22500: Basics of Economics
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
22502: Introduction to the Sociology of Work
20604: Tax System
22518: Enterprise Taxation Law
20605: Microeconomics
22501: Introduction to the Social Psychology of Work
20606: Analysis of Economic Data
22515: Labour Economics
20607: Introduction to Business
20607: Introduction to Business
20639: Administrative Law
22507: Foundations of Administrative law for Labour Relations
21145: Business English
20481: English for Legal Purposes
21200: Finance Accounting I
22505: Accountancy
21201: Finance Accounting II
22510: Sociology of Enterprise
21208: Design of Organisations
22512: Business Analysis and Organisational Design
21211: Comporate Law
22517: Merchant Law I
21218: Management of Human Resources
22523: Strategic and Economic Management of Human Resources
21230: Financial Marketing
22550: Intern Marketing
21235: Entrepreneurship
21235: Entrepreneurship
21240: Family Business
21240: Family Business
21243: Social Responsibility and Business Ethics
22546: Social Liability of Enterprises

Degree in Law
Degree in Law Degree in Labour Relations (2010 syllabus)
20400: Basic Notions of Law
20400: Basic Notions of Law
20401: General Theory of Law
20607: Introduction to Business
20402: History of Law
22557: Social History and Contemporary Politics in Spain and the Balearic Islands
20403: Introduction to Jurisdictional Law
22543: General Notions of Civil Proceedings
20404: State, Political Systems and Constitution
22503: Introduction to Labour Law
20405: Public International Law
22505: Accountancy
20406: Foundations of Law I
22506: Foundations of Civil Law for Labour Relations
20407: Foundations of Law II
22507: Foundations of Administrative law for Labour Relations
20408: Introduction to Business Law
22517: Merchant Law I
20411: Organisation and Activities of Public Administrations
22539: Law Governing Public Administrations
20415: Collective Work Relations
22508: Trade Union Law
20417: Criminal Law: Concept and Theory of Crimes
22540: Social Criminal Law
20422: Individual Work Relations
22509: Law Governing Entry into a Company
20425: Commercial Contracts and Securities
22522: Merchant Law II
20426: Financial and Taxation Law: General Part
22518: Enterprise Taxation Law
20430: Private International Law
22530: Work and Settlement of Foreigners in Spain
20474: Community Social Law
20474: Community Social Law
20481: English for Legal Purposes
20481: English for Legal Purposes
20482: Practical Placements
22545: Practical Placements
20600: Economic Environment
22500: Basics of Economics
21101: Territory and Society
22502: Introduction to the Sociology of Work
21235: Entrepreneurship
21235: Entrepreneurship
21240: Family Business
21240: Family Business

Degree in Economics
Degree in Economics Degree in Labour Relations (2010 syllabus)
20400: Basic Notions of Law
20400: Basic Notions of Law
20600: Economic Environment
22500: Basics of Economics
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
22502: Introduction to the Sociology of Work
20603: Economic History
22505: Accountancy
20604: Tax System
22518: Enterprise Taxation Law
20605: Microeconomics
22501: Introduction to the Social Psychology of Work
20606: Analysis of Economic Data
22515: Labour Economics
20607: Introduction to Business
20607: Introduction to Business
20639: Administrative Law
22507: Foundations of Administrative law for Labour Relations
21145: Business English
20481: English for Legal Purposes
21211: Comporate Law
22517: Merchant Law I

Labour Relations
Labour Relations Degree in Labour Relations (2010 syllabus)
5000: Social Security Law I
22504: Introduction to Social Security Law
5001: Contemporary Social and Political History
22551: Economic History of Labour Institutions
5002: Work Psychology
22501: Introduction to the Social Psychology of Work
5004: Sociology and Social Research Techniques
22502: Introduction to the Sociology of Work
5005: Elements of Public and Private Law I
  • 20400: Basic Notions of Law
  • 22506: Foundations of Civil Law for Labour Relations
5006: Introduction to Economics
22500: Basics of Economics
5007: Social Security Law II
  • 22513: Protective Action of the Social Security and Benefits I
  • 22519: Social Security Benefits II
5008: Trade Union Law
22508: Trade Union Law
5009: Labour Law I
  • 22503: Introduction to Labour Law
  • 22509: Law Governing Entry into a Company
5011: Elements of Public and Private Law II
22517: Merchant Law I
5012: Integrated Practice I
22529: Procedural Modalities, Execution and Appeals in Labour Proceedings
5014: Accounting
22505: Accountancy
5015: Procedural Law I
22543: General Notions of Civil Proceedings
5016: Social Security Law III
22525: Special Social Security Regimes
5017: Labour Law II
22516: Determination, Modification, Suspension and Cancellation of Labour Relation
5018: Staff Management
22511: Psychology of Human Resources: Planning and Management
5019: Labour Security and Hygiene
  • 22520: Prevention of Occupational Hazards Law
  • 22527: Hazard Prevention Techniques
5020: Elements of Public and Private Law III
  • 22507: Foundations of Administrative law for Labour Relations
  • 22518: Enterprise Taxation Law
5021: Integrated Practicals II
22545: Practical Placements
5022: Procedural Law II
22524: Ordinary Labour Proceedings and Procedural Modalities

Recognition of credits Labour Relations towards Degree in Labour Relations (2010 syllabus)
subject Number of credits Type of credits
5024 - Civil Law: Family, Inheritance and Duties 6 Optional
5025 - Fundamental Rights and Public Liberties 6 Optional
5026 - Cooperative and Company Labour Law 6 Optional
5028 - Social Criminal Law 6 Optional
5034 - Types of Labour Contracts, salary and social security 6 Optional

Automatic accreditation between higher technical programmes and university courses

Automatic accreditation of credits between courses on higher degree training cycles from the professional groups in the Balearic Islands and university degree courses in Labour Relations
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20400 - Basic Notions of Law 6
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
22505 - Accountancy 6
22550 - Intern Marketing 6
Total 24
CFGS Administration and finances
Subject Credits
20400 - Basic Notions of Law 6
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
22500 - Basics of Economics 6
22505 - Accountancy 6
22507 - Foundations of Administrative law for Labour Relations 6
21235 - Entrepreneurship 6
22550 - Intern Marketing 6
Total 42
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
Total 6
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
22500 - Basics of Economics 6
21235 - Entrepreneurship 6
22550 - Intern Marketing 6
Total 24
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
22500 - Basics of Economics 6
21235 - Entrepreneurship 6
Total 18
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
22501 - Introduction to the Social Psychology of Work 6
22527 - Hazard Prevention Techniques 6
Total 18
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
Total 6

Accreditation of English Skills

In order to be awarded the degree, students must show that they have reached a level of English by the end of their course that equates to level B2 in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), in accordance with how this requirement is stipulated in the curriculum. The different ways to attain this are:

  1. passing the specific English language course on the curriculum.
  2. handing in a certificate or accreditation, recognised by the UIB, which shows the student has obtained a minimum level of English equivalent to B2 in the CEFR.
  3. passing a set number of subjects taught in English on the degree course.
  4. passing a set number of subjects taught in English on a mobility programme.

More information.

Academic Accreditation Committee