Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences offers more than 100 study programs. From 2005/2006 Faculty offers new programs (total 75 programs) in accordance with the Bologna process (42 BA and 33 MA programs).
There are two models of study programs: single major (all courses belong to one program) and double majors (student studies in two equally important programs for equal degrees in both of them). Single major programs are Psychology, Philosophy, Sociology, Pedagogy, Information Science, History, Comparative literature, Croatian language and literature and English language and literature; double major programs are Philosophy, Archaeology, History, History of Art, Sociology, Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, Comparative literature, Croatian language and literature, Pedagogy, Linguistics, Phonetics and languages and literatures (English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Portuguese, Rumanian, Spanish, Swedish, Classic Philology (Greek and Latin), Turkish, Indology, East, West and South Slavic languages). Faculty has more than 700 employees, with more than 500 academic staff as well as more then 600 part-time lecturers.
FACULTY OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
Professor Damir Boras, PhD
Professor Mateo Žagar, Ph.D., Vice-dean for organization and development
Professor Branka Galić, Ph.D., Vice-dean for research and international cooperation
Professor Marko Jurčić, Ph.D., Vice-dean for business
Professor Tomo Vinšćak, Ph.D., Vice-dean for education and students
Professor Ivana Franić, Ph.D., Vice-dean for programs and life-long learning
FACTS & FIGURES
DEPARTMENTS: 23 (http://www.ffzg.unizg.hr/international/depts.html)
TEACHING STAFF: 800 (full time) + 778 (part time)
NON-TEACHING STAFF: 143
At the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences students are provided with opportunities to explore various fields of Humanities such as history, archaeology, philosophy, ethnology, anthropology, history of art, languages literatures and linguistics, as well as social sciences such as psychology, sociology, information sciences and pedagogy.
Students with a BA or MA diploma are qualified to work in education, science, culture, libraries, institutes, museums, archives, tourism, media, publishing, journalism, economy, marketing, public relations, diplomacy, welfare services, public and local administration, various free-lancing professions (publicists, writers), etc.
Main research areas in humanities are philosophy, archaeology, history, history of art, ethnology and cultural anthropology, comparative literature, Croatian language and literature, pedagogy, linguistics, phonetics and languages and literatures (English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Portuguese, Rumanian, Spanish, Swedish, Greek, Turkish, Latin, Indology, East, West and South Slavic languages).
Research areas in social sciences are information sciences, pedagogy, psychology, and sociology.
Croatian language courses:
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