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  1. Applied Lingustics

    The curriculum for MA in Applied Linguistics consists of mind-broadening and deepening theoretical studies and research. The curriculum includes relevant up-to-date subjects covering different aspects of applied linguistics that will enable the second-cycle students to obtain appropriate qualification for research and work in all areas of applied linguistics. The disciplines that make up the foundation of applied linguistics (Applied linguistics, Semantics, Discourse analysis, Linguistic pragmatics, Sociolinguistics, Psycholinguistics, Corpus linguistics, Functional grammar) are compulsory, so is General linguistics. Optional courses are generally those that analyse aspects of applied linguistics: Lexicography, Theory of language for specific purposes, Theory of translation, Statistical linguistics, and Theory of rhetoric. Wider disciplines such as Language philosophy, Social theories, and Communication psychology are available as well, so are more specific application-oriented disciplines, e.g. Theory and practice of language testing. Practical work/Internship is not planned. ...

    Provider NameVilnius University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  2. Archaeology

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The aim is to prepare qualified specialists who have theoretical knowledge and practical skills to work independently in the area of archaeological research (fundamental and applied), to develop analytical skills and critical thinking and to develop professionals of a broad outlook capable of working in the areas of archaeology, heritage conservation, culture, public administration in both state and private sectors. Learning outcomes: 1. a student knows and understands the general development of the science of archaeology and knows in detail more than one research area of archaeology in the Lithuanian and international contexts; 2. a student knows various methods of modern archaeological research (scientific and applied) and is able to practically apply them; 3. a student understands modern approaches of interpretation to archaeological investigations, is able to understand and interpret research results of different archaeological fields; 4. a student understands the issues of archaeological heritage conservation and the role of the archaeology science in modern society from the Lithuanian and international perspectives, as well as the areas of archaeologist's public responsibilities. 5. a student is able to independently collect the data and historiography necessary for research, to analyse and interpret results of archaeological research (fundamental and applied) and to critically evaluate these results; 6. a student is able to understand the methods and results of related ...

    Provider NameVilnius University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  3. Balts Linguistics

    3.1. Studijų srities bendrųjų pagrindų dalykai Lyginamoji mitologija (3), etnolingvistika (3), lietuvių kalbos istorija (5), latvių kalba (3), bendroji kalbotyra (3), lyginamoji baltų kalbų gramatika (5), prūsų kalba (3), lyginamoji slavų kalbų gramatika (3), sakinio semantika (3), funkcinė lingvistika (3), spec.kursas (3), mokslinis darbas (34), pasirenkamieji dalykai (9). 3.2.Studijų krypties specialaus lavinimo dalykai · 4 · Praktika nėra · 6 · Studijų pabaiga ( skliaustuose - apimtis kreditais) Studijos baigiamos magistro darbu (34 kr.) ...

    Provider NameKlaipeda University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  4. Christian Antropological Pedagogy

    Future holders of a master’s degree in religion study theology, the Holy Bible, the philosophy of religion, Church law, methods of religious education (catechesis), psychology, etc. Practical training is organized in two stages: in university classrooms and investigative training in teaching or science institutions. The duration of practical training is four weeks. During the training, students are familiarized with topical issues of moral education (religion and ethics) and the situation at school, new trends in the curricula of religion as a subject, the possibilities for the creation of new teaching tools, and models and methods of religious education, and they enhance and develop the skills needed to perform scientific work and verify the results of a final master’s degree paper. This Christian anthropological pedagogy programme is intended for individuals who have a bachelor’s degree in religion and would like to obtain a master’s degree in religion. ...

    Provider NameLithuanian University of Education

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  5. Comparative Cultural Studies

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The programme is designed with the aim to prepare highly qualified specialists in ethnic culture those will be able to organize and carry out research on ethnic culture, to analyze and to evaluate the ethnic culture phenomena in the context of the region's history and social processes, to teach and to write analytical articles analyzing the ethnic culture, to develop and implement various national and international ethnic cultural projects, to carry out their assessment, to scientifically advice on ethnic culture different organizations of science, education, tourism, public institutions and organizations. Learning outcomes: • to use the latest theories and methods of ethnology and folklore in ethnic cultural studies properly; • to provide scientific advice on culture to science and education, tourism, to various public institutions and organizations; • to analyze diverse cultures scientifically, to evaluate contemporary ethnic and cultural processes, impact of culture on personality; • to collect, organize and analyze scientific material on the Lithuanian ethnic culture and its heritage, to compare it with heritage of other European nations; • to write analytical articles related to ethnic culture; • to carry out research on ethnic culture (in scientific and educational institutions, museums, archives, libraries, national and regional parks); • to develop and implement research projects related to culture; Activities of teaching and learning: Lectures, seminars, consultations ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  6. Conjugal ethics

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The Programme aims to prepare highly trained, broad-minded specialists who are qualified to work as professional pastoral workers in the preparation for marriage as well as in the pastoral care of the family in various governmental, NGO or Catholic institutions. The Programme is targeted at ensuring the development of learning, reflectivity, critical and creative thinking as well as transferable skills of students as researchers of family. Learning outcomes: Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to: 1. Substantiate the authentic teaching of the Church on human sexuality and sacramental marriage in all areas of pastoral activity. 2. Recommend assistance to families in various critical situations. 3. Recommend a right natural family planning method for the spouses in different periods and situations of their married life. 4. Demonstrate the ability to faithfully form an individual or community seeking to strengthen the harmonious functioning of the family. 5. Assess the quality of educational content of youth training for family life and responsible fatherhood and motherhood. 6. Evaluate the leading questions facing individuals, families, and society today from the moral point of view. Activities of teaching and learning: Activities of teaching and learning are chosen in accordance with study objectives and outcomes. During contact hours, teachers use various active study methods: lecture, brainstorming, demonstration, discussion, listening and observa ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  7. Contrastive Linguistics

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The aim of master study programme “Contrastive Linguistics” is to prepare high quality professionals that perceive both native and foreign language systems and the tendencies of their functioning, professionals that are able to analyse and compare peculiarities of two languages and cultures as well as to apply the acquired knowledge and skills in both scientific and practical philological activities. Learning outcomes: Will acquire basic ethno-linguistic knowledge and skills. Will perceive peculiarities of native and foreign language systems and will be able to compare them at different levels: lexical and grammatical. Will know the development and typology of lexicography, will be able to apply the traditional and electronic corpora while accumulating contrastive lexicographic and contextual information in different facets. Will perceive the essence of applied linguistics disciplines (socio-linguistics, psycho-linguistics, translation theory and practice) and will be able to apply practical insights in the context of contrastive linguistics and intercultural communication. Will be able to analyse and interpret culture as a phenomenon and to identify relationship and uniqueness between language and culture. Will be able to integrate acquired knowledge in scientific research, to identify the scientific problem when information resources are limited. Activities of teaching and learning: Different learning and teaching approaches are being applied in the programme. Narrative meth ...

    Provider NameSiauliai University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  8. Cultural Visualisation of Baltic and Germanic Heritage

    Objective(s) of a study programme: To prepare specialists of high qualification in visualisation of cultural heritage who will be able to appreciate and assess material and non-material cultural heritage as a distinctive feature of region identity in the context of global world as well as communicate and cooperate with Lithuanian and foreign scientists. To develop competences and skills to effectively administrate the resources of material and non-material heritage; to carry out scientific research and use the results of the research in visualisation of cultural heritage disclosing the Baltic-Germanic influence to the culture of the region; to innovatively use the knowledge gained in the infrastructure of cultural tourism and communicate it to the public in Lithuania, foreign tourists and experts revealing the cultural Baltic-Germanic heritage, oral and written works, customs and traditions, architecture and marine environment. Learning outcomes: 1. Knowledge, application of knowledge a. Fundamental knowledge and knowledge based on interdisciplinary applied research on the concept of Baltic-Germanic heritage in social and geocultural context. The ability to apply the knowledge gained in assessing the new concepts of cultural heritage and their significance in the modern world. b. The ability to use the knowledge gained in scientific research dealing with basic issues of marine cultural heritage, region development and architectural environment. The ability to see the interaction between heritage and o ...

    Provider NameKlaipeda University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  9. Culture Studies

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The aim of CS is to prepare highly qualified specialists by taking into consideration contemporary cultural needs and needs in the culture market who will demonstrate theoretical knowledge of and practical skills in organising and conducting independent scientific research, analytical skills at an expert level, critical thinking while assessing socio-cultural processes, developing and implementing cultural projects; to prepare cultural analysts and practitioners of various profiles for careers in cultural, education, sports, public relations, advertising and other areas, able to manage cultural institutions and organisations. Learning outcomes: - know the dominant cultural studies paradigms, contemporary methodological and practical approaches, how to apply them while analyzing current cultural and cross-cultural processes and practices, assessing their identity, authenticity, linking to culture, history and anthropology of various countries; - be able to choose and apply appropriate research strategies, conduct scientific research on cultural practices and processes, develop cross-cultural cooperation, conduct and administer cultural and cross-cultural projects, develop strategies for cultural policy and culture management, apply knowledge gained in cultural studies for educational purposes, develop cultural criticism while producing publicity articles, scientific critical papers, reviews and in this way promote the quality and consumption of culture, integrate into the unive ...

    Provider NameSiauliai University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  10. Drama theory and history

    Future holders of a master’s degree in theatre studies study the philosophy of culture, the analysis of theatre performances, the Lithuanian school of theatre, the genesis of Lithuanian theatre, Baltic mythology, the history of theatre throughout the world (theatre of the West and the East), theory of scenography, criticism of Lithuanian theatre, psychology of creativity, etc. Professional training is not planned. This theatre studies programme is intended for individuals who have acquired a bachelor’s degree and would like to become theatre critics. ...

    Provider NameKlaipeda University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania

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