Structure of the Curriculum

 

 

Canon courses (mandatory)

 

Specialty electives/modules

 

Language courses

 

MA seminars/tutorials

 

Internship

 

MA thesis

 

 

 

 

Course title

Number of hours

ECTS

Semester

I.1.

Theory of Culture

30

3

I

I.2.

History of Polish Culture and Literature in Comparative Perspective (Old)

 

30

3

I

I.3.

Sociology and Anthropology of Culture

30

5

I

I.4.

Introduction to Visual and Memory Studies (VH)

30

3

I

I.5.

Introduction to Digital Humanities (DH)

30

3

I

I.6.

Introduction to Translation Studies (T/CH)

30

3

I

II. 1

Performatics

 

30

3

II

II.2

History of Polish Culture and Literature in Comparative Perspective (Modern)

 

30

3

II

II.3

Methodology of Cultural Studies

30

3

II

II.4

Modern Visual Studies

30

3

II

II.5

Culture of Small Communities in Central and Eastern Europe

30

3

II

II.6

Cultural History of Comparative literature

 

30

3

II

III.

Options

40 (x 5)

5 (x 5)

I, II, III

IV.

Seminars/tutorials

45

5

III i IV

V.

Language Instruction (with elements of language history, language culture, intellectual property law, and labour law)

150

16 (2x5 +6)

I , II, III

VI.

Translatorium (with elements of language history, language culture, intellectual property law, and labour law)

40

6

II, III

VII.

Internships

100

10

III lub IV

VII.

MA thesis, final exam, defence

As part of the MA Seminar

20

III lub IV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Seminars/tutorials

40

5

 

1

Visual Heritage Specialization (VH)

 

 

 

2

Comparative and Translated Heritage Specialization (CTH)

 

 

 

3

Digital Humanities Specialization (DH)

 

 

 

 

 

Programme

 

L/D – lecture/discussion session

D – discussion session

Ps – proseminar

PC – practical classes

W - workshop

M – mixed forms

 

 

 

 

Canon Courses (mandatory)

 

 

Specialty Electives/Modules

 

Language Courses

 

Seminars/Internships

 

MA Thesis

 

 

Classes

Mandatory/Electives

Mandatory/Electives

Mandatory/Electives

Electives

Language/Mandatory

 

I sem

Theory of Culture

L/D

 

 

History of Polish Culture and Literature in Comparative Perspective (Old)

 I

L/D

 

                   

 

                       

Sociology and Anthropology of Culture

 

L/D

Visual Heritage Specialization (VH)

Comparative and Translated Heritage Specialization (CTH)

Digital Humanities Specialization (DH)

 

M

Language Instruction (with elements of language history, language culture, intellectual property law, and labour law) (0,20 ECTS)

 

 

 

Introduction to Visual and Memory Studies (VH) Ps

Introduction to Digital Humanities (DH) Ps

Introduction to Translation Studies (T/CH) Ps

 

II sem

Performatics

L/D

 

 

 

History of Polish Culture and Literature in Comparative Perspective (Modern)

II

L/D          

Methodology of Cultural Studies

L/D

Visual Heritage Specialization (VH)

Comparative and Translated Heritage Specialization (CTH)

Digital Humanities Specialization (DH)

 

M

Language Instruction (with elements of language history, language culture, intellectual property law, and labour law) (0,20)

 

 

 

 

Modern Visual Studies

D

Culture of Small Communities in Central and Eastern Europe    D

Cultural History of Comparative literature

 

       D

Translatorium (with elements of language history, language culture, intellectual property law, and labour law) (0,25 ECTS)

W

 

 

III sem

Seminars

Visual Heritage Specialization (VH)

Comparative and Translated Heritage Specialization (CTH)

Digital Humanities Specialization (DH)

M

Visual Heritage Specialization (VH)

Comparative and Translated Heritage Specialization (CTH)

Digital Humanities Specialization (DH)

M

Visual Heritage Specialization (VH)

Comparative and Translated Heritage Specialization (CTH)

Digital Humanities Specialization (DH)

M

Language Instruction (with elements of language history, language culture, intellectual property law, and labour law) (0,10)

 

(Internships, III or IV semester)

 

Translatorium (with elements of language history, language culture, intellectual property law, and labour law)

W

 

 

IV sem

MA Thesis – final exam, defence (sem. III or IV)

Internships (semester III or IV)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1st SEMESTER

Students follow canon courses, module courses common to all the specialties, and participate in the Polish language courses (with elements of language history, language culture, intellectual property law, and labour law). In the case the student is able to present a document certifying to his/her knowledge of Polish, he/she may select another language.

 

2nd SEMESTER

Students follow canon courses, select module courses in one of the three specialties, participate in the Polish language course (in the case the student is able to present a document certifying to his/her knowledge of Polish, he/she may select another language) and in the translatorium (with elements of language history, language culture, intellectual property law, and labour law).

 

3rd SEMESTER

Students follow canon courses, select module courses in one of the three specialties, they participate in the Polish language course (with elements of language history, language culture, intellectual property law, and labour law), the MA seminar suitable for a given specialty, and the translatorium((with elements of language history, language culture, intellectual property law, and labour law), they also complete an internship at an institution of their choice (when approved of by the academic supervisor and the curriculum board). In the case the student is able to present a document certifying to his/her knowledge of Polish, he/she may select another language

 

4th SEMESTER

The defence of the MA thesis (including final exam). Students may also complete an internship at an institution of their choice in semester IV (when approved of by the academic supervisor and the curriculum board)

 

In order to graduate from the studies and obtain the MA degree the student is required to complete classes awarded with 120 ECTS credit points, pas his/her final exam as well as write, submit and defend the MA thesis.

 

The students are obliged to complete an internship at a selected cultural institution approved of by the academic supervisor and the academic board of the institution.

 

The course in the Polish language (of 150 hours) is an obligatory course (ending with an examination). In the case the student is able to present a document certifying to his/her knowledge of Polish, he/she may select a course in another language.

 

 

 

Hours & ECTS Points

 

 

 

Classes

Mandatory/Electives

Mandatory/Electives

Mandatory/Electives

Electives

Language/Mandatory

 

I sem

30

3

30

 

 

3

30

5

40 *

 

60

 

 

 

 

 

30

 

3

30

3

30

 

3

5

 

5

 

II sem

30

 

 

 

3

30

 

 

 

 

3

30

3

             40 *

45

5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

30

3

30

3

30

 

3

 

5

20

2

 

III sem

40

5

40*

 

 

40*

 

              40 *

 

45

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

 

Internships, sem. III or IV (10)

 

5

5

5

20

4

 

IV sem

MA Thesis – final exam, defence (sem. III or IV)

Internships (semester III or IV)

 

 

 

 

 

 

* Equals to 30 hours of class instruction + 10 hours of tutorial; or other 5 ECTS classes

 

 

20

10