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  1. History

    Objective(s) of a study programme: To prepare specialists who: 1. would have consistent, deep and wide special knowledge in History, abilities and competences as well as practical skills possible to apply in intellectual and practical work individually in cultural, heritage, tourism, science, education and other institutions, public and political organisations; 2. would have wide erudition, creative-critical thinking, ability to analyse independently, evaluate and solve past, present and future public problems, the need to be interested in world and national history, public, political and cultural events, heritage as necessary condition for further professional development, lifelong learning and civic participation; 3. would foster cultural traditions of historical memory, tolerance to other cultures, religions and opinions, would be able to orient in the environment of globalisation and depreciation of humanistic values; 4. would understand modern historical paradigms, their problems, would master and demonstrate practical application of scientific research methods. Learning outcomes: Having completed Bachelor’s study programme in History the students will: 1) be able to demonstrate knowledge and critical awareness of historical process, referring to historiographical knowledge and modern methodological approaches, will be able to apply them in practice; 2) be able to collect information independently, to critically examine and interpret the multilingual primary sources and different historical approaches, t ...

    Provider NameSiauliai University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  2. History

    The courses studied at the History Master programme: Paradigms of the 19th c. Social History: Lithuania, Poland, Russia; Communism and National Socialism in the Theoretical, Research and Public Discourse of Totalitarianism; The GDL and its Neighbours in the 13th-16th c.; Old Believers in East and Central Europe; Formation of Stalinism in the Soviet Union; Totalitarianism and Democracy; Hermeneutic Problems of Traditional Jewish Bible Commentary; Ruthenian Palaeography and Language of the GDL; European Diplomacy in the first half on the 20th c.; History of European Culture; Forms and Transformation of Culture in Lithuania in the 19th c.; The GDL during the Reign of Vytautas the Great; Traditional Education of Lithuanian Jews; Tsars' Politics and Russians in Lithuania in the 19th c.; Judicial Culture in the GDL; Lithuanian History and its Monuments of the 20th c. Research seminars: Theoretical and Didactical Problems of Lithuanian History; Contemporary Comparative Historical Sociology. Programme includes Professional (Applied and Scientific) practice in total 800 hours. ...

    Provider NameVilnius University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  3. History

    Future masters of history study Lithuanian society between Rome and Byzantium, history of cities of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, Lithuanian society in the 19th century, Lithuanian society from 1918–1940, Lithuanian society from 1940–1990: resistance and/or resignation; the world and Lithuania in the 20th century, etc. Practical training is performed while preparing scientific work. The study programme for Lithuanian history is intended for persons who have a higher education and wish to become qualified specialists of history. ...

    Provider NameKlaipeda University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  4. History

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The main objectives of the program of history are to prepare a broad humanities scholars and history specialists: • having a fundamental understanding of the various stages of the process of historical inquiry - from the selection of information, its interpretation and developed historical narrative construction. • having competence in key historical methodologies and may apply special techniques of historical research independently conducted research. • having a broad knowledge of the different spheres of historical research and able to analyze the problems of the wider choice subdisciplinary, spatial and chronological context. • are familiar with related academic disciplines, research foundations, and problems, and are able to collaborate with other disciplines and researchers to carry out interdisciplinary research. • having knowledge of past events, phenomena, processes, relevance of the present society and able to contribute to the historic heritage conservation and promotion and broader application of modern societal needs. Learning outcomes: After completing bachelor of history program will be able to 1. Have a consideration of historiography and historical sources of the information on its structure and classification. 2. To assess the reliability of information sources and the authenticity of determining historical facts. 3. To evaluate critically the historiography of the past interpretations and theoretical insights. 4. To analyze individual historical event, phenom ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  5. History and Politics

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The aim is to prepare highly qualified, expansive for interdisciplinary research work and critical thinking specialists of history who: a) will demonstrate theoretical and practical knowledge, vital skills needed for all types of historical study; b) are able to conduct independent scientific research of political-social processes in different space and time contexts; c) are able to analyse, interpret and critically evaluate political and social phenomenon in a historical perspective; d) will demonstrate a responsible attitude to the intellectual and practical work in academic, education, cultural institutions, political and non-governmental organisations. Learning outcomes: Having completed Master’s study programme of History and politics the graduates: 1) will demonstrate knowledge and critical awareness of political-social historical process in the regional or local context, identify their reasons and outcomes; 2) will understand the problems of modern political-social history and contemporary methodological approaches, will be able to apply them while analysing and practices; 3) will be able to choose and apply appropriate research strategies (to find, analyse, read critically historiographical texts), conduct scientific research on historical processes, develop historical criticism while producing scientific critical papers, reviews; 4) will be able to integrate knowledge and assess independently contemporary social and political topicalities, participate actively in the ...

    Provider NameSiauliai University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  6. History of Europe

    Major subjects: introduction to the study of the history of Europe, European pre-history, ancient history, history of Western Europe (Middle Ages; 16th-18th centuries; 19th-early 21st centuries), history of Central and Eastern Europe (Middle Ages; 16th-18th centuries; 19th-early 21st centuries), history of Northern Europe (until the 17th century; 19th-early 21st century), Lithuania in Europe (until the 17th century; 19th-early 21st century), Latin, foreign language, philosophy of history, theory and methodology of history, history of European art and architecture, history of European law, history of European diplomacy, history of European colonialism, history of the European Union and the EU institutions. Practices: archaeological (source study and/or interpretation) practice (2 weeks), museum or archival practice in the major museums and archives in Vilnius (2 weeks), Euro-practice in the institutions related to the EU activities (2 weeks). ...

    Provider NameLithuanian University of Education

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  7. History of Lithuania

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The main objectives of the program of Lithuanian history are to develop a highly skilled and high caliber, critical historian of Lithuanian history: a) be able independently to carry out research in the field of Lithuanian history: to find and study of historical sources, evaluating sources, trends in the reliability of self-read, analyze and evaluate the various eras historiographical texts, understand them historically, have experience in how to read the different circumstances and at different epochs occurred historiographical works, analyzing different epochs, by naming their assumptions, evolution and consequences of an individual to understand the phenomenon of single epoch context to recognize multilingual sources of concepts and terms, to collect historical material, to organize and develop storage and publishing, writing historical texts to examine and review. b) Be able analyzing and assessing the historical development of general trends, individual period’s specifics. c) Be able to work responsibly, thoroughly, independently and quickly to organize your work and effectively communicate with colleagues. Learning outcomes: Graduates who have completed the program will be able to: 1. Rate GDL political culture and historical heritage features of the socio-political and socio-cultural phenomenon. 2. Uncover GDL political culture traits in the context of the regional and generalize Lithuanian relations with Western Europe. 3. Summarize the nineteenth and twentieth centur ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  8. History of Migration Policy and Lithuanian Diaspora

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The main objective of the program: -Prepare a competent professional - historian, who will have acquired sufficient knowledge of the discipline studied, acquainted with the latest scientific theories, methods and technologies to be skilled to apply this in practice, will be able to carry out independent research, creatively using known analytical techniques, know the methods limits, be able to evaluate the results and determine their credibility, will be able to critically evaluate and apply theoretical and practical innovations. Learning outcomes: Will be able to: • identify and explain the historical migration policies and the Lithuanian diaspora formation processes in the context of international migration; • explain a phenomenon related legal, economic, political and international relations, connectivity and features of the historical development of the approach; • explain the theory, Lithuania , regional and international migration practices; • critically evaluate the theoretical and empirical texts dealing with the phenomenon of international migration; • use of humanities and social science research methods in the study of the complex characteristics of the phenomenon of international migration, migration Lithuanian place them; • a selected aspect of the migration study design and conduct a study through the basic history and other disciplines methodological approaches to analyze and interpret data; • critically analyze the factual - empirical evidence ( data); • analyz ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  9. History of the Baltic States

    Future historians of Baltic countries study: cultural anthropology, Baltic region during Russian national policy of the 19th century, historical problems of 16–20th century Eastern and Western Prussia, society and confessional processes of 15–16th century Grand Duchy of Lithuania, Lithuanian–Russian relations from 1918–1940, relations of Lithuanians and Germans in 19–20th centuries, nationalism and modern society of Middle East Europe and Baltic regions in 19–21st centuries, Jewish history in the Baltic and Middle East Europe, the problem of nationalism in German history, management of cultural heritage, archeology, Baltic society in 6–13th centuries, innovation strategies, etc. Practical training is not envisaged. The study programme for Baltic history is intended for persons who have a bachelor’s degree and wish to become historians of Baltic countries. ...

    Provider NameKlaipeda University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  10. Interdisciplinary musicology

    Objective(s) of the study programme: The main aim of the program is to prepare highly qualified specialists in the field of interdisciplinary musicology, developing competences on the artifacts of the new media language, which is based on intermediality, and ability to analyze and assess it professionally. Partial aims: 1. Achieve deep knowledge of interdisciplinary musicology. 2. Develop skills, identify and assess the artifacts of music expression. 3. Achieve knowledge and abilities for the analysis of musical processes in changing context and society. 4. Develop competences to apply the methodologies of contemporary interdisciplinary musicology for the analysis of contemporary music and performance. Learning outcomes: Knowledge: At the end of the program, students * will know the essential principles of interdisciplinary musicology, creating diverse and consistent connections among different disciplines dealing with music-related problems; * know and understand the basic principles of music development, understanding musical phenomena not only as such, but in relation to various components (including extra-musical ones); * will know and understand the basic philosophy of music, music sociology, music psychology principles and their interactions, which will lead to the comprehension of musical phenomena within frameworks that are not only humanistic, but also sociological and scientific; * will know and understand the musical semiotics, textology and cognitive analysis, developing competences of hermeneutic a ...

    Provider NameKaunas University of Technology

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania

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