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(in Polish) Polonistyka antropologiczno-kulturowa, stacjonarne drugiego stopnia (WPL-0192-2SO)

(in Polish: Polonistyka antropologiczno-kulturowa, stacjonarne drugiego stopnia)
second-cycle
full-time, (in Polish) 2 lata
Language: Polish

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) Magisterium na polonistyce antropologiczno-kulturowej

Access to further studies:

education in doctoral school, postgraduate programmes

Professional status:

Access requirements

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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 28th 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 - A knowledge of the fundamental trends in 20th- and 21st-century Polish literature in the global context; familiarity with their principal programme and ideological aspects; knowledge of the writers belonging to the period’s literary trends, groups and generations, and of the work of their main representatives; - A knowledge and appreciation of the main ideas in the theory of literature, and of their main representatives and their work; - A broad, systematic scope of knowledge of the methods, theories, and terminology relating to literature and language within the context of other disciplines in the humanities and social sciences; - Familiarity with contemporary Polish literary culture (periodicals, awards and prizes, publications, the literary milieux); and ability to situate them within the global context; - A broad, systematic scope of knowledge of the theory of literature and language (provenance, nature, and structure), with special consideration of the achievements in contemporary linguistics and literary studies; - Appreciation of the need for intellectual property management in literature, literary and cultural studies, and linguistics; - A comprehensive knowledge of the relations between various literary and cultural phenomena, allowing him/her to consider various academic disciplines from an integrated perspective; - An advanced knowledge of the methods employed for the interpretation and analysis of literary texts; - An advanced and systematic knowledge required for his/her specialisation; and a detailed knowledge of the terminology, theories, and research trends and methodology used in disciplines entailed within the educational scope of Polish Studies; - Proficiency in the development of his/her specialist knowledge. SKILLS - Ability to define the framework for the literary discourses of each of the literary periods, identify their dominant features, and name the philosophical ideas associated with them; - Ability to interpret a contemporary literary text and situate it within its cultural, historical, socio-political, and anthropological context; - Ability to write a literary criticism, essay, review, and general interest article; - Ability to compile a monographic paper under the supervision of his/her tutor, making an appropriate selection of reference materials and with due consideration of the current state of research on the subject; - Proficiency in a foreign language at the B2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages; - Research skills encompassing the ability to analyse work in Polish Studies and to produce a synthesis of the ideas and opinions presented in them; - Advanced skills of using the theoretical, paradigmatic, and research approaches and concepts proper for the humanities; - Ability to apply his/her knowledge of Polish and world literature and the methodology of literary studies in a creative way to formulate his/her own interpretive hypotheses, both orally and in writing; advanced skills of using the theoretical, paradigmatic, and research approaches proper to his/her selected branch of Polish Studies; ability to write a monographic paper on his/her own, making an appropriate selection of reference materials and with due consideration of the current state of research on the subject; - Ability to integrate his/her knowledge in the humanities and to conduct interdisciplinary activities in his/her professional practice; ability to construct a critical analysis and interpretation of various types of cultural products, using a variety of approaches and with consideration of new developments in the humanities; ability to present his/her opinion in a variety of traditional and electronic forms and media; - Ability to pursue and develop his/her specialist skills. SOCIAL COMPETENCES - Appreciation of the significance of the Polish language and literature in public life; and ability to apply his/her social skills in academic, media, and educational work; - Appreciation of the cultural processes associated with language, literature, and literary affairs; and endeavour to make an active contribution to them; - Capacity for the active development of his/her skills in Polish Studies by the systematic reading of literary, critical, and academic work on the subject; - Concern for good standards of language use in his/her social and professional environment; - Active participation in social and cultural affairs, applying his/her knowledge of the relations between the various arts; ability to identify the values inherent in the cultural variety expressed in literature and the arts; - A capacity for teamwork, and the ability to apply his/her skills and experience acquired thereby for the education of other individuals; - Appreciation of the impact of the teaching of Polish and its literature to foster a sense of ethics and aesthetics in the young, and the development of their awareness of national identity and attitude to their native language and culture, as well as to European tradition; - Appreciation of the need for continuing education to enhance his/her professional workshop, using modern resources and methods to collect and process data and materials; - Ability to meet the challenges of the job market, both in educational institutions, cultural institutions, business and commercial enterprises (e.g. publishing houses and editorial offices), and non-profit organisations; - A developed sense of the significance of the relations between the literatures of various nations, and between literature and the other arts, for contemporary Polish and world culture; - Ability to make an informed and constructive contribution to international academic, linguistic, literary, artistic, and cultural exchange.