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  1. 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
  2. Professional Ethics and the Audit of Ethics

    Objective(s) of a study programme: To prepare experts of ethics and auditors of ethics who are able to organize and perform the audit procedure activities, who can get involved in prevention of unethical activities and take decisions, who can manage complicated processes and situations related to the knowledge, understanding and application of standards of ethics in public and private sectors. Learning outcomes: 1. Knowledge, application of knowledge A1 Fundamental knowledge and understanding on the evolution of the conception of ethics, the standards of professional ethics in Lithuania and the EU, professional ethics codes and methodology of the audit of ethics. A2 The ability to describe problems of ethics and find the ways of solution in complicated and uncertain situations and multidisciplinary contexts as well as the ability to analyze and apply fundamental knowledge in practical activity situations, to reach decisions in complicated ethical situations, provide expert assessment. 2. Ability to carry out research B1 The ability to organize and perform the audit of ethics in public and private sector with the use of inovative methodology and tools. B2 The ability to professionally assess information and carry out fundamental scientific and applied research in the area of issues related to ethics, the ability to participate in the activities of research projects. 3. Special skills C1 The ability to integrate theoretical and practical knowledge, describe multiple working issues, initiate new ideas, manage th ...

    Provider NameKlaipeda University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  3. Theatre and Film Studies

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The objective of Theatre and Film Studies programme is to prepare professional, socialy active and creative specialists that will have comprehensive knowledge of particularity of contemporary performing and audiovisual arts, will be able to analyze, evaluate and investigate the hybrid forms of theatre, film, performing arts and media from interdisciplinary perspective as well as will be able to use the relevant methods of art research and the humanities and relate artistic phenomena to national and international sociocultural context. Learning outcomes: To work and improve by oneself; to think critically and analitically, to create new ideas; to work in a team and be able to solve the problems; to apply the knowledge in professional surroundings; to realize and evaluate the topical processes of development in theatre and film; to analyze various phenomena of contemporary theatre, film, performing arts and media; to do the research applying contemporary methods of art research and the humanities; to implement scientific and/or cultural and artistic projects. Activities of teaching and learning: Problem based learning, presentation, group work, interactive discussions, training, observation and analysis, scientific literature studies, independent work, professional practice, preparation of a research. Methods of assessment of learning achievements: Exam, credit, intermediate assessment, presentation of paper works, defense of master thesis. Assessment of examinations is carried ...

    Provider NameLithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. Pastoral Theology

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The program is intended to prepare the professionals of pastoral care who are able to independently analyze the characteristics of pastoral work, with authority to determine the problems and their causes, to develop and to organize the pastoral care activity inside and outside of church institution sand in it coordinating structures, responding to different groups of believers and their needs. Study objectives: to prepare to participate effectively in the parish, deanery or diocesan pastoral activities, to be able to create their own jobs and create benefits for both the other, both for yourself and to develop the necessary competencies of pastoral work, creativity, initiative, reflectivity, communication. Learning outcomes: 1. To defend prepared a research paper project making references to the methodology of theological research; 2. Critically assess validity and reliability of research results to resolve problematic situations in pastoral work; 3. To organize pastoral activities in church organizations and state institutions; 4. Plan teaching and learning processes in order to ensure the effective pastoral activity in all its areas; 5. To provide pastoral assistance to individuals in various critical situations; 6. To choose the means of the new evangelization in pastoral work; 7. Assess the quality of pastoral activity in order to ensure its efficiency; 8. To prepare the strategies, programs, projects of the pastoral activities of the implementation. Activities of teachin ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  9. Practical Philosophy

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The aim of this master study programme is to educate the highest qualification specialists who have acquired knowledge in philosophy and skills, as well as would be able to apply them practically in the area of analyzing philosophical problems, revealing philosophical assumptions in the humanities and natural sciences and interpreting contemporary ethical, social, political, esthetical and cultural phenomena. A master in Practical Philosophy is a high-quality specialist in the humanities, in the field of philosophy, who has acquired theories and methods of classical and the newest practical philosophy, can apply the knowledge in the fields of pedagogy, education and scientific research, can practically solve and analyze many problems of contemporary world argumentatively and can lead an interpersonal and intercultural dialogue. Learning outcomes: A graduate of the Master programme in Practical Philosophy will be able: o analyze and interpret philosophical texts; to formulate his philosophical position by speaking and writing; to develop intercultural and interpersonal dialogue; to apply phenomenological and analytical methods to various problems of Humanities; to consider the human condition in today world; to philosophically interpret works of art; to solve ethical problems; to analyze and assess tendencies of contemporary culture, social and political phenomena. Activities of teaching and learning: Lectures, seminars, individual work, collective work. Methods of assessment o ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  10. Religious studies

    Future holders of a master’s degree in religious studies, i.e. future Roman Catholic priests, study the history of philosophy, logic, philosophical anthropology, ethics, general sociology, introduction to theology, introduction to the Bible, spiritual theology, history of the Church, the Lithuanian language, Latin, Italian, Polish, chanting, fundamental theology, special moral theology, bioethics, canon law, dogmatic theology, the Old and New Testaments, exegesis of the Bible, pastoral theology, psychology, history of the Church in Lithuania, the social science of the Church, Greek, etc. Professional training is organised in three stages: liturgical training, teaching religion at school, and comprehensive delivery of the homily. The duration of training is 84 hours. The skills of performing Church ordinance procedure and working with school children are consolidated and improved during the training This religious studies programme is intended for males who have acquired a secondary education and would like to become Roman Catholic priests. ...

    Provider NameBishop Vincentas Borisevicius Seminary of Telsiai

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania

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