Doctoral Studies

Doctoral study programs represent superior cycle of the university studies, the purposefulness of this cycle is advancement through original scientific research. There are two types of doctoral studies: scientific and professional. Full time students pursuing the doctoral degree may complete their program of study in 3 years, part-time students in 4 years.

 

List of fields and specialities of doctoral studies  (full-time and part time)

Field of knowledge

Code of speciality

Speciality

Physics and mathematics

01.01.01 Mathematical Analysis
01.01.02 Differential Equations
01.01.04 Geometry and Topology
01.01.06 Mathematical Logics, Algebra and Theory of Numbers
01.01.07 Numerical Analysis
01.01.09 Mathematical Cybernetics and Operation Research
01.04.02 Theoretical and Mathematical Physics
01.04.04 Physical Electronics
01.04.07 Condensed Matter Physics
01.04.10 Semiconductors Physics and Engineering
01.05.01 Theoretical Foundation of Computer Science; Programming

Chemistry

02.00.01 Inorganic Chemistry
02.00.02 Analytical Chemistry
02.00.03 Organic Chemistry
02.00.04 Physical Chemistry
 02.00.20 Ecological Chemistry

Biology

03.00.04 Biochemistry
03.00.05 Botany
03.00.07 Microbiology
03.00.08 Zoology
03.00.12 Plant Physiology
03.00.13 Human and Animal Physiology
03.00.15 Genetics
03.00.16 Ecology
03.00.18 Hydrobiology, Ichthyology
03.00.23 Biotechnology
03.00.27 Soil Science

Engineering

05.17.10 Special Products Technology (with specification of products)
05.25.03 Bibliology, Library and Bibliography Science

History

07.00.02 History of Romanians (with specification of time period)
07.00.03 World History (with specification of time period)
07.00.06 Archaeology

Economics

08.00.01 Political Economy; Economic Doctrines
08.00.05 Economy and Management (in branch)
08.00.10 Finance; Monetary Economics; Credit
08.00.14 World Economy; International Economic Relations

Philosophy

09.00.01 Ontology and Gnoseology
09.00.03 History of Philosophy
09.00.08 Philosophy and Methodology of Science (with specification of branches of science)

Philology

10.01.01 Romanian Literature
10.01.06 World and Comparative Literature
10.01.10 Journalism and Communication Sciences
10.02.01 Romanian Language
10.02.03 Slavonic Languages (with specification of language)
10.02.04 Germanic Languages (with specification of language)
10.02.05 Romance Languages (with specification of language)
10.02.19 General Linguistics (with specification: Sociolinguistics, Psychological, Structural, Contrastive Typological, Mathematical, Computational Linguistics)
10.02.20 Language Theory (Language Philosophy, Semiotics, Translation Theory)

Geography

11.00.11 Environmental Protection and Rational Utilization of Natural Resources

Law

12.00.01 General Theory of Law, History of State and Law, History of Political and Law Doctrines
12.00.02 Public Law (with specification: Constitutional, Administrative, Police, Military, Financial, Customs, Information, Ecological); Organization and Functioning of Law Institutions
12.00.03 Private Law (with specification: Civil, Family, Civil Procedure Law, Notary, Business, Informational, Private International, Labour Law, Social Protection Law)

12.00.08

Criminal Law (with specification: Criminal Law, Criminology, Criminal Procedure Law, Criminalistics, Judicial Expertise, Executional Law; Theory of the Operative – Investigation Activity)
12.00.10 International Public Law

Pedagogy

13.00.01 General Pedagogics
13.00.02 Theory and Methodology of Instruction (on disciplines)

Psychology

19.00.01 General Psychology
22.00.04 Social Structure, Social Processes and Institutions

Sociology

23.00.01 Theory, Methodology and History of Political Sciences; Political Institutions and Processes
23.00.04 Theory and History of International Relations and Global Development