Upon completion of the course the students shall have an advanced knowledge of:
Upon completion of the course the students shall be able to:
3. General competence
Upon completion of the course the students shall be able to (independently and in cooperation with others):
Flipped classroom: (a) Web lessons in the form of videos, reading, work tasks, reflection and online discussion. (b) Self-study based on the online material and the reading material. (c) In-campus seminars, five of which are obligatory. (d) Students are expected to participate in colloquium groups, where they will discuss cases and theoretical approaches presented in the lectures and seminars.
A one-week excursion abroad may be included in the teaching plan of the course.
The workload is estimated to 400 hours.
Refer to Canvas for more information.
Oral examination in two parts.
The student must perform on a passing grade on both parts in order for the exam set to be assessed as passed.
Faculty of Humanities and Education