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Faculty of Physical Education and Sports

 

PRESENTATION

 

PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE
The Faculty of Physical Education and Sports (FEFS) has been carrying out its activity for more than 9 decades (since 1923) and has always been integrated into the structure of the National University of Physical Education and Sports (UNEFS).
The importance of physical education for the training of military people in particular, but also of the civilians, led to the foundation of the “People’s Culture House”, in 1921, under the auspices of Prince Carol. Through this, it was envisaged to introduce the practice of physical education in both cities and villages.
Popularization of the issue related to the physical education and sport activity was done through the “Source of Energy” Journal, founded in 1921.
The need to organize, coordinate, manage and train specialists led to the foundation, in 1922, of the National Office for Physical Education, within which the National Institute of Physical Education was established.
To set up the above-mentioned institutions, General Virgil Badulescu received the support of the Royal Family, especially King Ferdinand I, of Dimitrie Gusti – Director of the People’s Culture House and Professor Vasile Parvan.
The Draft Law on Physical Education, prepared by General Virgil Badulescu and some of his close co-workers, was approved by the Senate in 1923 and then promulgated by King Ferdinand I, although the activity had begun in 1922.
After its establishment, the National Institute of Physical Education receives support from the Ministry of War (spaces, land and money), the Ministry of Public Instruction and some Bucharest faculties.
To begin its activity, the National Institute of Physical Education recruited elite teachers from Romania, but also from Sweden, Germany, the United States, France and Japan, thus ensuring an international training level.
The first class of physical education teachers graduated in 1926 and, among them, many were to become remarkable personalities in the field.
Over time, the Faculty of Physical Education and Sports goes through more or less successful experiences caused by the economic and political situation in the country. Starting with two sections, the civilian one (4 years) - training teachers for any educational level, and the military one (1 year) - training instructor officers to teach physical education, the National Institute of Physical Education has specialized in different practical disciplines, organizes PhD studies and benefits from its own Scientific Research Center for investigations in the field. For a long time, some of these achievements were unjustly interrupted. For instance, there were losses related to the length of studies (since 1975, 3 years). Besides, the headquarters in Dealul Spirii, the stadium (put into use in 1926 and constantly modernized throughout the years) and the Eforie-Nord Training Center were also lost. The repeated change of name was another problem.
After the events of December 1989, the Institute of Physical Education and Sports returns to the 4-year study duration, regains its previous academic title and position, now being called the National University of Physical Education and Sports, with its headquarters in Bucharest, 140 Constantin Noica Street, sector 6.
The Faculty Physical Education and Sports is a component structure of this higher education institution and has its own locations for teaching, training, recovery and relaxation activities at the headquarters and the UNEFS Stadium, both of them in Bucharest, but also at the training centers in Eforie-Nord, Techirghiol and the Parang Mountains.
After the Romanian Revolution, all necessary efforts were made to maintain its position of standard structure in the field, given the increasingly intense competition between institutions. The changes mainly focused on: educational offer, specializations, forms of study, curricula, syllabi, teaching-learning quality, own facilities and equipment, teaching staff, high-level scientific research, openness to the European academic world (and not only) through collaborations, scientific and cultural exchanges, joint projects.
The development strategy of the Faculty Physical Education and Sports has taken into account the Bologna Process principles, which can be summarized as follows: ensuring sustainable development in Europe based on knowledge and research, structuring university studies in three cycles (Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral studies), quality assurance in education, academic mobility, transparency, recognition of qualifications and educational documents, application of credit transfer (ECTS).
The FEFS strategy is designed to ensure optimal functioning of the three significant areas of activity, namely education, scientific research and involvement in social, economic and cultural activities.
Considering the recent trends in Romanian education and the requirement to provide complex professional training at all levels, the FEFS mission and objectives have been redefined in line with the UNEFS mission and the Medium- and Long-Term National Development Strategy for Romania set up by the Agenda 2020. The goal is to achieve a modern and efficient educational system that contributes to the progress of the Romanian society.

 

MISSION

 

The Faculty Physical Education and Sports, a structure of the National University of Physical Education and Sports in Bucharest, represents the institutional framework that defines its mission by:
Ensuring the transfer of specialized information, stimulation and creation in the areas of physical education, sports and human motricity.
Amassing, generalizing and widening the experience gained over time in the field of Physical education and sport.
Maintaining the status of Physical education and sport as an important component of the entire education system.
Taking responsibility as a forum for consultancy and scientific assistance in the field of Physical education and sport.
Developing scientific research by ensuring the renewal of the scientific database to provide the necessary support for the in-depth knowledge and the development of the field and man in general. The scientific mission involves promoting fundamental and applied research in the field, studies and interdisciplinary projects assimilated to scientific research, in connection with the topics of national research projects.
Developing the Science of Physical Education and Sport through research activities in the field of Physical education and sport, addressing research areas with implications for the population’s health.
Providing education and training in the field of Physical education and sport in the context of a strategic framework encompassing the education and training systems as a whole, in the perspective of lifelong learning.
Adopting an instructional design linked to the European concept of education and its quality in order to ensure the learner’s personal, social and professional achievement.
Providing the initial training and improvement for specialists in Physical education and sport so that they can cope with the education system, performance sports, sports management, as well as leisure activities, physical activities and adapted sport.
Widening the young people’s area of concern for their own training and development, as well as modeling strong personalities.
Promoting the values of physical education and sport at national and international levels.
Ensuring sustainable economic prosperity, the capacity for professional integration, the promotion of democratic values, social cohesion, active citizenship and intercultural dialogue.

 

OBJECTIVES

 

Modernizing the study offers and promoting a modern education system connected to the needs of the Romanian society, as a member of the European Union.
Widening the educational area and implementing programs in line with the demands of the labor market and the European Qualifications Framework.
Identifying new occupations specific to the field and empowering the workforce for such occupations.
Promoting adult learning and increasing the quality of guidance systems by developing new forms of learning and using new teaching and learning technologies.
Empowering human resources with high qualification in physical education and performance sports through the substantial contribution of the Faculty of Physical Education and Sports.
Developing and diversifying fundamental, applied and interdisciplinary research in the field of physical education and sport at national and international levels by initiating and participating in national and international scientific projects.
Expanding the field of scientific knowledge with the most advanced methods and methodologies in physical education and performance sports.
Cooperation with other universities for the purpose of professional development and scientific research by gradually increasing the student and teacher mobility.
Improving the quality assurance systems and the general framework of their critical application and development.
Promoting the acquisition of transversal competencies.
The achievement of these objectives will be possible by continuing the following actions: diversification of the educational offer and drawing up Education Curricula according to the Bologna Process requirements and the ARACIS quality exigencies; renewal of the teaching staff and ensuring tenured teachers for all academic subjects; providing diversified bibliographic material; optimizing the teaching process and conveying student-centered professional-scientific knowledge; organizing studies for the three cycles of the BMD system (Bachelor’s, Master’s, PhD programs); reaccreditation and development of new specializations and programs for the Master’s degree (periodic evaluation); establishment of new specializations.

 

1st CYCLE – BACHELOR’S DEGREE

 

Duration: 3 years – 180 credits, with accredited (A) / provisionally authorized (PA) study programs:

Physical and Sports Education – full-time education – A

Curriculum – 1st year
A. Basic subjects
Kinesiology
Fundamentals of athletics
Basic gymnastics
Scientific foundations of sports games: football
Theory and methodology of physical education and sport
Scientific foundations of sports games: handball
B.1. Subjects in the Bachelor’s area
Functional anatomy
Theory and practice in expression sports
Theory and practice in gymnastics branches
Theory and practice in water sports
Practical training – Water sports disciplines (in training camps)
C. Complementary subjects
Foreign language (English/French) – Level 1
Management applied to Physical education and sport
Communication in Physical education and sport

Curriculum – 2nd year
A. Basic subjects
Psychopedagogy
Health education and first aid
Scientific foundations of sports games: basketball
Scientific foundations of sports games: volleyball
B.1. Subjects in the Bachelor’s area
Motor and somato-functional evaluation
Theory and practice of athletics
Theory and practice in winter sports
Practical training – Winter sports disciplines (in training camps)
Physiology
B.2. Specialized subjects in the study program
Methodology of teaching athletics in school
Methodology of teaching basketball in school
Methodology of teaching football in school
Leisure motor activities
Practical training in tourism activities
D. Subjects according to the university option
Training and competition in adapted sport
E. Elective subjects
History of physical education
Fencing
Shooting
Streetball
Alpine training
Foreign language (English/French) – Level 2

Curriculum – 3rd year
B.1. Subjects in the Bachelor’s area
Theory and practice in combat sports
Theory and practice in other sports branches: rugby-tennis
Internship in view of writing the Bachelor’s degree paper
B.2. Specialized subjects in the study program
Methodology of teaching gymnastics in school
Methodology of teaching handball in school
Methodology of teaching volleyball in school
Practice and methodology of motor activities by age group
Internship in education units
Internship in recreational centers
Adapted motor activities
Body expression and eurhythmy
Fitness
Aerobics for maintenance/ Step aerobics
Survival techniques/ Self-defense techniques
C. Complementary subjects
Research methods in Physical education and sport
D. Subjects according to the university option
1. Organization of specific structures
Chess
E. Elective subjects
1. Use of software programs dedicated to Physical education and sport
2. Sociology of Physical education and sport
3. Beach volleyball
4. Karate

Physical and Sports Education – in French, full-time education – A

Curriculum – 1st year
A. Basic subjects
Kinesiology
Fundamentals of athletics
Basic gymnastics
Scientific foundations of sports games: football
Theory and methodology of physical education and sport
Scientific foundations of sports games: handball
B.1. Subjects in the Bachelor’s area
Functional anatomy
Theory and practice in expression sports
Theory and practice in gymnastics branches
Theory and practice in water sports
Practical training – Water sports disciplines (in training camps)
C. Complementary subjects
Foreign language (Romanian) – Level 1
Management applied to Physical education and sport
Communication in Physical education and sport

Curriculum – 2nd year
A. Basic subjects
Psychopedagogy
Health education and first aid
Scientific foundations of sports games: basketball
Scientific foundations of sports games: volleyball
B.1. Subjects in the Bachelor’s area
Motor and somato-functional evaluation
Theory and practice of athletics
Theory and practice in winter sports
Practical training – Winter sports disciplines (in training camps)
Physiology
B.2. Specialized subjects in the study program
Methodology of teaching athletics in school
Methodology of teaching basketball in school
Methodology of teaching football in school
Leisure motor activities
Practical training in tourism activities
D. Subjects according to the university option
Training and competition in adapted sport
E. Elective subjects
History of physical education
Fencing
Shooting
Streetball
Alpine training
Foreign language (Romanian) – Level 2

Curriculum – 3rd year
B.1. Subjects in the Bachelor’s area
Theory and practice in combat sports
Theory and practice in other sports branches: rugby-tennis
Internship in view of writing the Bachelor’s degree paper
B.2. Specialized subjects in the study program
Methodology of teaching gymnastics in school
Methodology of teaching handball in school
Methodology of teaching volleyball in school
Practice and methodology of motor activities by age group
Internship in education units
Internship in recreational centers
Adapted motor activities
Body expression and eurhythmy
Fitness
Aerobics for maintenance/ Step aerobics
Survival techniques/ Self-defense techniques
C. Complementary subjects
Research methods in Physical education and sport
D. Subjects according to the university option
Organization of specific structures
Chess
E. Elective subjects
Use of software programs dedicated to Physical education and sport
Sociology of Physical education and sport
Beach volleyball
Karate

Sports and Motor Performance – full-time education – A

Curriculum – 1st year
A. Basic subjects
Kinesiology
Fundamentals of athletics
Basic gymnastics
Scientific foundations of sports games: football
Theory and methodology of physical education and sport
Scientific foundations of sports games: handball
B.1. Subjects in the Bachelor’s area
Functional anatomy
Theory and practice in expression sports
Theory and practice in gymnastics branches
Theory and practice in water sports
Practical training – Water sports disciplines (in training camps)
C. Complementary subjects
Foreign language (English/French) – Level 1
Management applied to Physical education and sport
Communication in Physical education and sport

Curriculum – 2nd year
A. Basic subjects
Psychopedagogy
Health education and first aid
Scientific foundations of sports games: basketball
Scientific foundations of sports games: volleyball
B.1. Subjects in the Bachelor’s area
Motor and somato-functional evaluation
Theory and practice of athletics
Theory and practice in winter sports
Practical training – Winter sports disciplines (in training camps)
Physiology
B.2. Specialized subjects in the study program
Fundamentals of sports training
Techniques and methods for developing motor qualities
Techniques for monitoring sports performance
Equipment, apparatus and installations used in sport/ Fitting out sports facilities
Practical training in sports actions and events
C. Subjects according to the university option
Training and competition in adapted sport
E. Elective subjects
Fencing
Shooting
Sports history
Foreign language (English/French) – Level 2
Alpine training
Streetball
Leisure motor activities
Practical training in tourism activities

Curriculum – 3rd year
B.1. Subjects in the Bachelor’s area
Theory and practice in combat sports
Theory and practice in other sports branches: rugby-tennis
Internship in view of writing the Bachelor’s degree paper
B.2. Specialized subjects in the study program
Physiology of sports effort
Training methodology by sports branch
Sports psychology
Internship in sports structures
Recovery in sports activity
Training methodology by sports branch
Internship in sports initiation centers
C. Complementary subjects
Research methods in Physical education and sport
D. Subjects according to the university option
Organization of specific structures
Chess
Elective subjects
Use of software programs dedicated to Physical education and sport
Sociology of Physical education and sport
Karate
Beach volleyball

Sports and Motor Performance – in English, full-time education – PA

Bachelor’s programs provide a level of qualification appropriate to practice professions according to the competencies and rights corresponding to the degree obtained and the National Qualifications Register for insertion into the labor market.
Upon completion of this cycle, after passing the Bachelor’s examination, the awarded degree in the field of Physical education and sport certifies both the general knowledge and competencies and the obtained specialization.

 

2nd CYCLE – MASTER’S DEGREE

 

Duration: 2 years – 120 credits, full-time education, with the following two accredited programs:
Motor and Somato-Functional Recovery-Rehabilitation
Nutrition and Body Remodeling

Motor and Somato-Functional Recovery-Rehabilitation

Curriculum – 1st year
Compulsory subjects
Neurosciences
Kinanthropometry
Physiology and biochemistry of motor activities
General biomechanics
Physiopathology and pharmacology
Recovery-rehabilitation in neurological pathology
Internship in neurological pathology recovery-rehabilitation centers
Recovery-rehabilitation in rheumatologic pathology
Internship in rheumatologic pathology recovery-rehabilitation centers
Special means for neuromotor rehabilitation/ Mechanotherapy
Mixed manual techniques/ Unconventional therapies
Environmental ergonomics/ Motricity-assistive devices
Elective subjects
Kinetotherapy in psychoactive drug addiction
Age-induced somato-functional changes
Psychology of ages
Vestibular kinetotherapy
Kinetotherapy in plastic and reconstructive surgery

Curriculum – 2nd year
Compulsory subjects
Recovery-rehabilitation through the means of Physical education and sport
Physiotherapy
Scientific research methodology
Recovery-rehabilitation in orthopedic traumatic pathology
Internship in recovery-rehabilitation centers for children with orthopedic traumatic pathology
Internship in recovery-rehabilitation centers for adults with orthopedic traumatic pathology
Recovery-rehabilitation in cardiovascular pathology
Internship in cardiovascular pathology recovery-rehabilitation centers
Recovery-rehabilitation in respiratory pathology
Internship in respiratory pathology recovery-rehabilitation centers
Pre- and postnatal kinetoprophylaxis/ Kinetotherapy in neonatology
Cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy/ Psychodiagnosis and psychotherapy
Research internship in view of writing the Master’s degree dissertation
Elective subjects
Kinetotherapy in digestive pathology
Kinetotherapy in urogenital pathology
Kinetotherapy in genetic diseases
Law and legislation in kinetotherapy

Nutrition and Body Remodeling

Curriculum – 1st year
Compulsory subjects
Nutrition, nutrition diseases and dietology
Kinanthropometry
Food biochemistry and bioenergetics
Metabolism physiology
Pathology-therapy
Fitness/ Bodybuilding
Psychosomatic self-regulation
Mixed manual techniques/ Unconventional therapies
Internship in health centers
Elective subjects
Behavioral psychology
Food hygiene
Psychology of ages
Vestibular kinetotherapy
Kinetotherapy in plastic and reconstructive surgery

Curriculum – 2nd year
Compulsory subjects
Baby fitness/ Aquatic activities for children
Physiotherapy
Scientific research methodology
Body remodeling through aquatic therapy/ Therapeutic swimming
Postnatal body remodeling/ Obstetrical kinetoprophylaxis
Internship in body remodeling centers
Kinetotherapy in endocrine-metabolic pathology
Prophylaxis of aging
Body remodeling through electrostimulation techniques/ Body remodeling through medical cosmetics
Body remodeling through aerobics/ Body remodeling through dance
Internship in kinetic assistance for the elderly
Research internship in view of writing the Master’s degree dissertation
Elective subjects
Management of health centers
Qi Gong
Body remodeling through movement games
Law and legislation in kinetotherapy

Upon completion of this cycle, after passing the dissertation exam, general and specialist knowledge, as well as general and specialist competencies are confirmed by the Master’s degree obtained in the attended program.

 

Faculty of Kinetotherapy

 

PRESENTATION

 

The Faculty of Kinetotherapy within the Bucharest National University of Physical Education and Sports (UNEFS) is the only organizational structure in Romania accredited in the field of Sports and Physical Education Science. Its establishment, in 2002 (by the Government Decision no. 410/25.04.2002, published in the Official Gazette no. 313/13.05.2002), legally confirmed the tradition and quality of specialists trained in our higher education institution for medical rehabilitation services.
In this regard, the tradition of UNEFS is incontestable, because, since its foundation, in 1923, students have been provided the option to qualify for medical rehabilitation by attending the Medical Physical Culture (CFM) specialization. Later, the possibility of choosing this specialization also appeared in other faculties of physical education and sports in the country.
In 1992, at the initiative of a French working group conducting the project “Kinetotherapy in Romania” and in collaboration with the “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Bucharest, the curriculum of the CFM specialization within the UNEFS Faculty of Physical Education and Sports conforms to the European standards, the specialization is called Kinetotherapy, and graduates acquire the qualification of Kinetotherapists. All these changes are approved by the Ministry of Health, which also expresses its agreement on the recognition of specialists trained for the medical network.
Consequently, the Ministry of Education and Science approves, starting with the academic year 1992-1993, the enrolment for the Kinetotherapy specialization at UNEFS Bucharest.
Romania’s integration into the European Union has imposed an increase in the quality of education; higher education has undergone a profound restructuring process. The BMD system was adopted, meaning that university studies consist of three cycles: Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral programs. The European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) has also been introduced compulsorily. Credits are allocated to all educational components of a study program (courses, seminars, internships, practical training etc.) and measure student activity (learning outcomes), namely the competencies acquired by a student upon completion of a learning cycle. The credit system allows student mobility, the compatibility of their training, the recognition of their degrees and compact periods of study in other universities, their integration into the European education standards etc.

 

1st CYCLE – BACHELOR’S DEGREE

 

Duration: 3 years – 180 credits, with the accredited program:

Kinetotherapy and Special Motricity – full-time education

Curriculum – 1st year
A. Basic subjects
Anatomy and biomechanics (I)
Kinesiology
Fundamentals of athletics
Basic gymnastics
Scientific foundations of sports games: football
Anatomy and biomechanics (II)
Health education and first aid
Scientific foundations of sports games: handball
B. Subjects in the Bachelor’s area
Semiology
Patient-handling techniques
Equipment, devices and installations used in kinetotherapy/ Secondary and tertiary kinetotherapy
Practical training in the mountain environment
D. Complementary subjects
Foreign language (English/French) – Level I
Communication in the Science of Sports and Physical Education
E. Elective subjects
Summer internship

Curriculum – 2nd year
A. Basic subjects
Physiology (I)
Theory and methods of Physical education and sport
Scientific foundations of sports games: basketball
Physiology (II)
Scientific foundations of sports games: volleyball
B. Subjects in the Bachelor’s area
Measurement and evaluation in kinetotherapy
Fundamentals of kinetotherapy
Elements of physiotherapy
Swimming and hydrokinetotherapy
Hydrokinetotherapy internship
Internship in special education centers
C. Specialist subjects
Kinetotherapy in physical and sensory impairments
Massage and complementary techniques
E. University-based subjects
Internship in spa resorts

Curriculum – 3rd year
B. Subjects in the Bachelor’s area
Internship in view of writing the Bachelor’s degree paper
C. Specialist subjects
Kinetotherapy in neurological disorders
Internship in rehabilitation centers - Neurology
Kinetotherapy in orthopedic traumatic disorders with applications to sports
Internship in rehabilitation centers - Orthopedics-Traumatology
Kinetotherapy in cardiorespiratory disorders
Neuromotor rehabilitation methods and techniques
Kinetotherapy in rheumatologic disorders
Internship in rehabilitation centers - Rheumatology
Kinetotherapy in geriatrics-gerontology
Internship in social care centers - Geriatrics
Kinetotherapy in pediatrics
Internship in social care centers - Pediatrics
D. Complementary subjects
Scientific research methods
Radiology and medical imaging
E. University-based subjects
1. Orthotics-Prosthetics

Upon completion of this cycle, after passing the Bachelor’s examination, the graduates are awarded the Bachelor’s Degree in Kinetotherapy (according to the Government Decision no. 966/2011).

 

2nd CYCLE – MASTER’S DEGREE

 

Duration: 2 years – 120 credits, full-time education, with the following two accredited programs:
Motor and Somato-Functional Recovery-Rehabilitation
Nutrition and Body Remodeling

Motor and Somato-Functional Recovery-Rehabilitation

Curriculum – 1st year
Compulsory subjects
Neurosciences
Kinanthropometry
Physiology and biochemistry of motor activities
General biomechanics
Physiopathology and pharmacology
Recovery-rehabilitation in neurological pathology
Internship in neurological pathology recovery-rehabilitation centers
Recovery-rehabilitation in rheumatologic pathology
Internship in rheumatologic pathology recovery-rehabilitation centers
Special means for neuromotor rehabilitation/ Mechanotherapy
Mixed manual techniques/ Unconventional therapies
Environmental ergonomics/ Motricity-assistive devices
Elective subjects
Kinetotherapy in psychoactive drug addiction
Age-induced somato-functional changes
Psychology of ages
Vestibular kinetotherapy
Kinetotherapy in plastic and reconstructive surgery

Curriculum – 2nd year
Compulsory subjects
Recovery-rehabilitation through the means of Physical education and sport
Physiotherapy
Scientific research methodology
Recovery-rehabilitation in orthopedic traumatic pathology
Internship in recovery-rehabilitation centers for children with orthopedic traumatic pathology
Internship in recovery-rehabilitation centers for adults with orthopedic traumatic pathology
Recovery-rehabilitation in cardiovascular pathology
Internship in cardiovascular pathology recovery-rehabilitation centers
Recovery-rehabilitation in respiratory pathology
Internship in respiratory pathology recovery-rehabilitation centers
Pre- and postnatal kinetoprophylaxis/ Kinetotherapy in neonatology
Cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy/ Psychodiagnosis and psychotherapy
Research internship in view of writing the Master’s degree dissertation
Elective subjects
Kinetotherapy in digestive pathology
Kinetotherapy in urogenital pathology
Kinetotherapy in genetic diseases
Law and legislation in kinetotherapy

Nutrition and Body Remodeling

Curriculum – 1st year
Compulsory subjects
Nutrition, nutrition diseases and dietology
Kinanthropometry
Food biochemistry and bioenergetics
Metabolism physiology
Pathology-therapy
Fitness/ Bodybuilding
Psychosomatic self-regulation
Mixed manual techniques/ Unconventional therapies
Internship in health centers
Elective subjects
Behavioral psychology
Food hygiene
Psychology of ages
Vestibular kinetotherapy
Kinetotherapy in plastic and reconstructive surgery

Curriculum – 2nd year
Compulsory subjects
Baby fitness/ Aquatic activities for children
Physiotherapy
Scientific research methodology
Body remodeling through aquatic therapy/ Therapeutic swimming
Postnatal body remodeling/ Obstetrical kinetoprophylaxis
Internship in body remodeling centers
Kinetotherapy in endocrine-metabolic pathology
Prophylaxis of aging
Body remodeling through electrostimulation techniques/ Body remodeling through medical cosmetics
Body remodeling through aerobics/ Body remodeling through dance
Internship in kinetic assistance for the elderly
Research internship in view of writing the Master’s degree dissertation
Elective subjects
Management of health centers
Qi Gong
Body remodeling through movement games
Law and legislation in kinetotherapy

Upon completion of this cycle, after passing the dissertation exam, general and specialist knowledge, as well as general and specialist competencies are confirmed by the Master’s degree obtained in the attended program.

Doctoral School

SUBJECTS AND CREDITS

 

 

Compulsory subjects

Credits

Evaluation

Kinanthropology

5

E(xam)

Physio-psycho-pedagogy of motor learning

5

E

Scientific research methodology

5

E

Optional subjects

Package 1

  Scientific fundamentals of sports training and competition

5

E

   Scientific fundamentals of performance capacity

5

E

Analytical biomechanics

5

E

  Contemporary paradigms in physical education

5

E

Package 2

 Bioenergetics and ergometry

5

E

Prediction in sport

5

E

Ergogenesis and fatigue in sport

5

E

Educating motor coordination skills

5

E

Physical education – Approaches within curricular and extracurricular contexts

5

E

Package 3

Management of sports structures and events

5

E

Management of motor activities

5

E

Sports marketing

5

E

Law and legislation in sport and physical education

5

E

Package 4

Optimizing performance capacity

5

E

Rehabilitation of motor coordination ability

5

E

Kinetoprophylaxis and kinetotherapy

5

E

Neuromotor recovery

5

E

Recovery in sports activities

5

E

Package 5

Communication in and through sport

5

E

Socialization and social integration through sport and motor activities

5

E

Social integration through motor activities and adapted sport

5

E

   Package 6

Modern Olympism – Concept

5

E

Universalism and fair-play in contemporary sport

5

E

Olympic education strategies

5

E

Department of Communication and External Relations

 

PRESENTATION

 

The Department of Communication and External Relations (DCRE) is a structure within the National University of Physical Education and Sports (UNEFS), subordinated to the Senate and empowered to contribute to the promotion of collaboration relationships between UNEFS and higher education institutions with similar profile in the country and abroad, bodies and governmental and non-governmental organizations, whose object of activity is physical education, sports, kinetotherapy or other related activities.

 

Mission

Creating and applying a modern communication strategy able to increase the UNEFS notoriety both internally and externally.
Promoting and establishing partnerships, projects on specialized topics, national and international collaboration relationships with universities of the same profile, professional and scientific institutions and organizations, representative non-governmental organizations.
Promoting an efficient communication system, so that the educational offer and the UNEFS image are best valued throughout the academic world.
Internationalization of university education and training programs offered by UNEFS to future specialists in physical education, sports and kinetotherapy.

 

Objectives

Refreshing the UNEFS image and attracting as many students as possible by promoting its educational offer.
Reviving the status and importance of physical education and sports at global level.
Organizing sporting, cultural and scientific events that highlight the institution’s potential in terms of educational offer, professional quality, facilities and equipment, organization, scientific research etc.
Establishing partnerships and collaborations with national and international units in the physical education and sports field, as well as related fields, to ensure increased levels of training for students, but also the teaching and administrative staff.

Action directions
Promoting and disseminating European education and professional training programs amongst students and teachers.
Media coverage of the UNEFS educational offer.
Organizing a program of events able to attract outstanding personalities in the public and sporting life, so that they become the UNEFS “supporters” or “partners”.
Keeping the media informed about: the events organized in UNEFS, the academic and sports performances of UNEFS students, the achievements of our academic community.

 

CONTACT

Address: 140 Constantin Noica Street,
sector 6, Zip Code 060057, Bucharest
Phone: + 40/21 3164107 / ext. 231
Fax: + 40/21 3120400
E-mail: dcre@unefs.ro
Internet: www.unefs.ro

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT
Associate Prof. PhD RARES STANESCU