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(in Polish) Filologia klasyczna, stacjonarne drugiego stopnia (WFLG-0126-2SO)

(in Polish: Filologia klasyczna, stacjonarne drugiego stopnia)
second-cycle
full-time, 2 years
Language: Polish
No description for the programme.

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) Magisterium z filologii klasycznej

Access to further studies:

education in doctoral school, postgraduate programmes

Access requirements

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Having a diploma of first-cycle or higher-cycle study programme if the realized courses included 60% of the main content and specialist content defined in the education standards of first-cycle study programme in Public Health and obtaining an adequate number of scores in a written test.

Teaching standards

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Graduates who complete the programme of study have acquired the learning outcomes specified in Resolution No. 34/III/2012 adopted by the Senate of the Jagiellonian University on 28 th March 2012 on the introduction of learning outcomes for particular fields of study conducted at the Jagiellonian University as of the 2012/2013 academic year, with later amendments. Graduates hold the following qualifications as regards knowledge,skills, and social competences. Knowledge: An advanced knowledge of the status and significance of Classics in the Humanities and its specifics as regards subject and methodology, An advanced and well-organised knowledge of the scope of the conceptual and terminological resources used in Classics, An advanced and well-organised knowledge of Latin and Classical Greek viewed from the diachronic perspective, or of Modern Greek as the continuation of the trend of linguistic development in Greek; and an enhanced appreciation of the complex nature of language, with its diverse variants and registers, An advanced knowledge of selected aspects of the development of the Greek and Latin literatures, An advanced knowledge of the relations between Classics and the other disciplines in the Humanities, An advanced knowledge of the history and main development trends in research in Classical studies, An advanced knowledge of the methods used in the analysis and interpretation of texts deriving from and invoking the Graeco-Roman tradition, A knowledge and appreciation of the concepts and principles of the protection of intellectual property and copyright, An advanced knowledge of selected aspects of contemporary culture as regards its association with and references to the heritage of Graeco-Roman Antiquity. Skills: A practical and theoretical competence in the Classical languages enabling him/her to independently read original Greek and Latin texts; or proficiency in Modern Greek at the B2 level on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, Proficiency in a selected modern language to the B2+ level on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, Ability to write academic essays and papers, and to compile detailed oral presentations on selected subjects in the Classics, using appropriate theoretical approaches and the literature of the subject, Translation skills from Greek and Latin; or ability to compile and deliver an oral presentation in Modern Greek on a selected subject, Ability to collect, analyse, assess, select, and apply information from a variety of Polish and foreign-language sources; and to formulate a critical opinion on them, Ability to acquire knowledge on his/her own, and to advance his/her research skills in the philology of the Classics independently, A critical approach to the formulation and analysis of research problems in the philology of the Classics, and to the selection of appropriate methods and instruments for their resolution; ability to present the results of his/her research using a variety of methods and forms, Ability to integrate knowledge drawn from a variety of disciplines in the Humanities to resolve problems in the philology of the Classics, Ability to identify the various types of texts relating to culture, and to analyse and interpret them at an advanced level using a diversified range of methods, in order to determine their meaning, their place in culture and history, and their social impact, Ability to conduct an objective argument using the opinions of other authors, and to adopt a synthesising, holistic approach to the formulation of conclusions, Ability to apply a variety of communicative techniques to express opinions on and discuss subjects he/she has studied in Classics, addressing his/her remarks to a variety of audience types. Social Competences: Appreciation of the need for the continuing development of his/her professional skills and knowledge, A capacity for team-work, performing a variety of tasks within the group, Ability to identify the priorities in the particular task he/she is to achieve, Appreciation of the need to observe professional ethics and abide by its principles, An appreciation of the value of the cultural legacy of Ancient Greece and Rome; and active endeavour to preserve it, Participation in cultural affairs, with the use of a variety of its media and forms, with special consideration of phenomena in contemporary culture which invoke and refer to the legacy of Antiquity.