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(in Polish) Edytorstwo, stacjonarne drugiego stopnia (WPL-0132-2SO)

(in Polish: Edytorstwo, stacjonarne drugiego stopnia)
second-cycle
full-time, 2 years
Language: Polish

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) Magisterium na polonistyce

Access to further studies:

education in doctoral school, postgraduate programmes

Access requirements

ATTENTION: this information may be not up to date. Valid admission requirements can be found on www.erk.uj.edu.pl

Licencjat diploma

Teaching standards

ATTENTION: this information may be not up to date. Valid admission requirements can be found on www.erk.uj.edu.pl

1. KNOWLEDGE - the graduate of the second cycle programme of study knows and understands basic literary trends in the 20th and 21st centuries, has some understanding of the most important ideas and movements, knows the representatives and the most important texts of generations and literary groups. - has a comprehensive and systematic knowledge of the methods, theories and terminology related to literature and language - understands the character of and the trends in modern literary culture, is able to present institutions of literary life (journals, awards, publishers, milieus). - has a systematic knowledge of publishing literary text for academic purposes, especially in respect of practical solutions used in their work by academic editors - has a comprehensive and systematic knowledge of the language theories (its origins, nature and structure), with a special emphasis on the accomplishments of modern linguistics and literary studies. - has knowledge of how the book market functions and of new publishing technologies 2. SKILLS - the graduate is able to identify the framework of literary discourses in a given epoch, to define their focus and to name the ideas related to them - is able to interpret a modern literary text and to contextualize it culturally, historically, politically, socially and anthropologically. - is able to write a critique, an essay, a review or a popular science article using stylistically and grammatically proper Polish - is able to write on their own a monographic work under the supervision of an academic tutor on the basis of properly selected literature and taking into consideration most current research -is able to academically edit on his own a literary text - is able to digitally edit a text, be it a Web page or an electronic publication - has language fluency compliant with the requirements set for the B2 + level in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages 3. SOCIAL COMPETENCES - the graduate is aware of the role language and literature in social life and is able to use these competences in their academic, media and educational activities - is aware of cultural processes related to language, literature and literary life and tries to actively participate in them - actively develops their competences through constant reading literary, critical and academic texts - shows concern for the proper use of language in their social and professional environment - can work in a team to bring out a critical edition of a text