Symbol of learning outcomes for the study programme
Relation to the second cycle characteristics of the PQF
Knowledge: the graduate
Understands the cultural and social processes taking place in the Mediterranean countries (and other regions of European borderlands, including Central and
Eastern Europe as well as the Balkans), and their relevance for the entire continent.
Understands the relationships between the various dimensions of social change (especially with regard to various aspects of mobility and "crises") and knows the approaches to this process related to many scientific fields and disciplines.
Understands the historical and cultural ties between the countries and peoples of the northern Mediterranean coast and the rest of Europe.
Knows the terminology of social sciences and understands their role in culture; understands the interdependencies between different social disciplines, as well as their relationship with cultural research.
Knows the terminology of the humanities and understands their role in culture; understands the relationships between individual disciplines that relate to the study of culture and other disciplines in the field of humanities
Understands the value of an interdisciplinary approach to the analysis and interpretation of social changes in the modern world (especially in the Mediterranean countries and in Central and Eastern Europe).
Knows the advanced methods of analysis and interpretation of cultural texts.
Knows the advanced new methods of analysis and interpretation used in social research.
Knows the most important methods of interdisciplinary research.
Has a structured, advanced, detailed knowledge of the culture and language of a selected Mediterranean region (Italian or Spanish), leading to specialization, and recognizes historical and contemporary relationships and interactions within Mediterranean cultures.
Understands cultural texts written in a foreign language (Italian or Spanish), including scientific papers; is able to write analytical texts in a foreign language on his/her own.
Abilities: the graduate is able to
Is able to select and make a critical assessment of information coming from various scientific, popular science, journalistic and other sources.
Is able to use basic numerical methods in order to organize, interpret and present data, especially in the context of social research; is aware of the existence of innovative data sources, including the so-called big data, is able to find and use the necessary data for scientific work.
Is able to independently conceptualize research problems, selects the appropriate sources, conducts their critical analysis and evaluation according to previously established criteria, can adapt the methodology accordingly to research theme, draw conclusions with the awareness of various points of view.
Is able to interpret social processes in an advanced and interdisciplinary way, especially the changes taking place in them.
Is able to prepare an oral or written presentation taking into account the needs of recipients, in particular with the use of a range of digital tools; can present arguments to support her/his beliefs and knowledge in a logical and convincing manner.
Is able to present the results of individual and team academic work in an appropriate form: in the form of a structured and argued statement, both in the form of a written study and an oral presentation (conference talk or voice in a discussion). At the same time, adhere to all ethical principles, including those related to copyrights.
Knows the rules of using data sources, including digital sources.
Is able to prepare written works taking into account the requirements for academic work.
Is able to prepare written works of a popular science and other, addressing to a wide audience (journalistic, popular science) and with functional characteristics (design applications)
Is able to use the selected foreign language (Spanish or Italian) at B2+ level, also in an academic context
Is able to plan and implement the process of her/his own development and learning as well as to direct the learning process of others through planning team work.
Is able to plan and organize group work (defining goals, stages, roles, selection of methods). Is able to take part in teamwork in various roles.
Social competences: the graduate is ready to
Is ready to undertake lifelong learning.
Is ready to take up teamwork - also in a research team.
Is ready to learn about new research methods.
Is ready to accept the competence to choose the most appropriate means to perform the indicated tasks.
Is ready to show respect for partners in the discussion and uses substantive arguments; understands the principles of tolerance and cultural differences.
Knows the academic ethos and uses it to develop his own scientific achievements.
The symbol of learning outcome is composed of:
- letter K – to denote that the learning outcome is attributed to a study programme,
- sign _ (underscore),
- letter W, U or K – to denote the category of learning outcomes: W – knowledge (wiedza), U – abilities (umiejętności), K – social competences (kompetencje społeczne),
- the number of the effect within its category (two digits, numbers 1-9 are preceded by a 0).