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  1. Philosophy

    Future philosophers study ancient, medieval and modern philosophy; ontology, theory of cognition, ethics, aesthetics, philosophy of language, philosophy of science, philosophy of religion, political philosophy, etc. Practical training is not envisaged. The students participate in practical seminars and obtain basics of didactics of philosophy. The study programme of philosophy is intended for persons who have obtained secondary education. ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. Ethnology

    Objective(s) of a study programme: To prepare specialists in traditional and contemporary Lithuanian culture, able to analyse and evaluate Lithuanian culture in the contexts of other cultures, region‘s history, and social-economic processes, able to carry out research into the processes of ethnic culture heritage and the living tradition, and able to work in the fields of ethnic culture preservation, sustaining the living tradition and its popularization. Learning outcomes: By graduation, students will be able to: evaluate the objects of Lithuanian ethno-cultural heritage; define the main trends in contemporary ethnology and folklore studies; analyse the relationship between traditional and contemporary cultural phenomena and processes; collect and preserve traditional and contemporary folklore and ethnographic material; evaluate the role of ethnic heritage in the present day society; carry out ethnological research meeting the requirements of the present day society; prepare, conduct, and evaluate ethnological-educational projects; prepare publications of folklore, folk art, popularization of ethnic culture, and other ethnological material; provide information about ethnic culture to academic, educational, and cultural institutions, and the media; take part in the processes of civil society and its worldview formation. Activities of teaching and learning: Student-oriented studies focus on student’s achievements and their learning activities. University teachers apply the methods of explanation, telling, demo ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  6. 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
  7. Cultures and Languages of East Asian Countries

    Pagrindiniai studijų dalykai: Etnokultūros studijų pagrindai, Kultūrų geografija ir kultūriniai regionai, Japonų/kinų/korėjiečių kultūros istorija; Japonų/kinų/korėjiečių kalba ir kultūra (6 lygiai), Tarpkultūrinės komunikacijos (Rytai-Vakarai); Rytų-Vakarų kultūrų sąveika; Rytų Azijos šiuolaikinė popkultūra; Rytų Azijos literatūra ir menas, Sociokultūriniai procesai Rytų Azijoje; Lyčių ir seksualumo Rytų Azijoje studijos; Budizmas; Daoizmas ir konfucianizmas; Rytų Azijos mitologijos ir folkloraskt.; Praktikos: Pažintinė praktika; kvalifikacinė praktika; priešdiplominė praktika; ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  8. Cultures of the Baltic Region

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The programme is designed with the aim to prepare well-rounded specialists knowledgeable in the Baltic region cultures (Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Estonia, Poland, Russia, and Lithuania). Learning outcomes: Students will acquire theoretical knowledge Theoretical knowledge of the Baltic region ethnology and culture studies and research methodology. Understanding of the meaning of culture, its functions and development. Awareness of the Baltic region history and culture; detailed theoretical and practical knowledge in the areas of Baltic region cultures. Competent assessment of the Baltic region ethnical cultures in the intercultural context. Evaluation of the importance of tangible and intangible cultural heritage and intercultural relations upon the formation of community identity. Cognitive abilities: Ability to identify traditional cultural objects and phenomena and compare them. Ability to objectively evaluate traditional culture change and development trends. Ability to evaluate the ratio of tradition and innovation, uniqueness and universality in separate areas of culture. Ability to analyse the research object or phenomenon in intercultural context. Ability to apply theoretical knowledge of the cultures of the Baltic region in scientific and applied research. Special practical (functional) abilities; Ability to collect, accumulate, systematise and publicise information necessary for cultural activity. Ability to plan and perform empirical research ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  9. 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
  10. Evangelical Theology

    General Description: The Evangelical Theology study programme seeks to cultivate productive and thoughtful global citizens with a Christian worldview who are able to respond respectfully to intellectual and cultural challenges. Objective(s) of a study programme: 1. equip students with competencies relevant for success in a broad range of professions in a context of international relationships; 2. equip students with a broad historical and conceptual framework for Christian thought and practice; 3. equip students to engage society as thoughtful Christians in relevant ways through application-oriented courses; and 4. prepare students for continued academic, professional, and spiritual growth beyond their years at LCC. Learning outcomes: Students will be able to: 1A. communicate Biblical, philosophical, and theological material in appropriate forms to a variety of audiences; 1B. perform academic research and writing using broadly accepted methodological tools in the Biblical, philosophical, and theological disciplines; 1C. articulate overarching themes, arguments, questions, and concepts in Biblical, philosophical, and theological disciplines; and 1D. read and interpret Biblical texts diachronically and synchronically in light of their theological, literary, canonical, cultural, and historical contexts. 2A. comprehend the basic concepts of evangelical theology's various academic sub-disciplines, including Biblical studies, Christian Life and Ministry, Philosophy, Religious studies, and Theology; 2B. assess constru ...

    Provider NameLCC INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania

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