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List of Courses and Syllabi

Undergraduate: List of Courses & Syllabi

BA in European Studies: European Politics & Society in a Global Context

Autumn Semester 2019/20 Course Offer:

First year students

Academic English I, 30 hours, 3 ECTS

Introduction to Political Science, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Introduction to Sociology, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Introducing to Political and Social Philosophy, 20 hours, 3 ECTS

Unity and Diversity of European Culture, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Foreign Language I, 60 hours, 6 ECTS

Physical Education I, 30 hours, 0 ECTS

 

Second year students

Academic Skills, 40 hours, 5 ECTS

Introduction to Public International Law, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

EU Common Policies and Policy Making, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Modern European State Formations, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Economic Integration in the EU: Models of Economic Cooperation and Integration, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Key Concepts in Contemporary Security Studies, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

The European Convention of Human Rights, 30 hours, 5 ECTS

Europe as a Normative Power in the Process of Democracy Building, 30 hours, 5 ECTS

 

Third year students

Methodology, 40 hours, 5 ECTS

Thesis Seminar I, 20 hours, 4 ECTS 

Economic Integration in the EU: Models of Economic Cooperation and Integration, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

The European Convention of Human Rights, 30 hours, 5 ECTS

Europe as a Normative Power in the Process of Democracy Building, 30 hours, 5 ECTS

Key Concepts in Contemporary Security Studies, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

 

Spring Semester 2019/20 Course Offer:

First year students

Academic English II, 30 hours, 6 ECTS

Introduction to Economics, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Introduction to International Relations, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Cultural and Social Construction of European Identities, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Introducing the EU, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Foreign Language II, 60 hours, 6 ECTS

Physical Education II, 30 hours, 0 ECTS

 

Second year students

European States and Their Political Systems, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Cultural and Social Construction of European Identities, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

International Security from European Perspective, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Contemporary Migration and Asylum in Europe: Policies, Politics and Strategies, 30 hours, 5 ECTS

Western European Politics And Transatlantic Relations since 1945, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Central and Eastern Europe after 1989, 30 hours, 5 ECTS

Twentieth Century European Thought and Culture, 30 hours, 5 ECTS

 

Third year students

Thesis Seminar II & BA Thesis, 20+ hours, 24 ECTS 

International Security from European Perspective, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

History, Memory and the Making of Modern Europe, 30 hours, 5 ECTS

Central and Eastern Europe after 1989, 30 hours, 5 ECTS

Twentieth Century European Thought and Culture, 30 hours, 5 ECTS

Contemporary Migration and Asylum in Europe: Policies, Politics and Strategies, 30 hours, 5 ECTS

Introduction to Foreign Policy and Diplomacy, 30 hours, 5 ECTS

Western European Politics And Transatlantic Relations since 1945, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

 

 

 

*For more information on the course and syllabi please click on this LINK.

 

 

Graduate: List of Courses & Syllabi

MA in European Studies

Autumn Semester 2019/20 Course Offer:

European Civilisation, 10 ECTS

Political and Social History of 20th C. CEE, 10 ECTS

EU Institutions and Decision-Making Process, 10 ECTS

EU Foreign & Security Policy, 5 ECTS

Academic Skills Workshop, 4 ECTS

Eurocompetences, 5 ECTS

Religion and Toleration in Central Europe, 5 ECTS

Security and Democracy in Europe after 1989, 5 ECTS

Europe as a Normative Power: A Central European Perspective, 5 ECTS

Culture & Society in Contemporary Europe: Dilemma of Identity & Pluralism, 5 ECTS

Polish Language & Culture, 5 ECTS

The European Convention on Human Rights, 5 ECTS

The Museums of Krakow. Revealed and Hidden Stories of the European Past, 5 ECTS

Challenges to the European Identity. The Rebirth of Nationalisms in Europe, 5 ECTS

Culture in the EU: Programmes, Projects, Funds (practical approach), 5 ECTS

Anthropology of Heritage and Memory in Europe, 5 ECTS

Private International Law within the EU, 5 ECTS

Good European. According to Nietzsche and Arendt, 5 ECTS

Antisemitism after Auschwitz in Comparative Perspective, 5 ECTS

 

Spring Semester 2019/20 Course Offer:

Compulsory courses (depending on the track):

Methodology: Qualitative Methods or Quantitative Methods 30h, 5 ECTS

MA Seminar (I YEAR) groups

MA Seminar (II YEAR) groups

Languages (depending on groups)

European Studies courses:

Europeanisation and the Transformation of Collective Identities (part 1 and 2) 10 ECTS (CES + IE)

Meaning and Value of Democracy from a Philosophical Perspective, 5 ECTS (CES)

EU Administration, Justice and Home Affairs - part 1, 5 ECTS (CES)

Introduction to Finances in the EU (CES) 5 ECTS

Optional courses:

Economy of Central Europe: From Transition to EU Membership, 5 ECTS (IE)

EU Integration and Politics in the Balkans, 5 ECTS (IE)

Political Challenges to the European Integration 5 or 6 ECTS (IE)

Contemporary Migration and Asylum in Europe: Policies, Politics and Strategies 5 ECTS (IE)

History and Theory of European Integration 5 ECTS (IE)

National and post-national identity. Civil society in Europe 5 ECTS (IE)

European Civilisation in Philosophical Perspective 5 ECTS (IE)

Trauma, Silence and Denial in Cultural Memory 5 ECTS (IE)

Contemporary European Philosophy 5 ECTS (IE)

Man and the Transformation of our world views from the Greek to (post)modernity 5 ECTS (IE)

European Models of Cultural Policies 5 ECTS (IE)

Cultural Industries and Cultural Institutions 5 ECTS (IE)

Management of Cultural Projects: from an idea 5 ECTS (IE)

Internship (individually) 5 ECTS 

 

*For more information on the course and syllabi please click on this LINK.

Study Abroad: List of Courses & Syllabi

Autumn Semester 2019/20 Course Offer:

Survival Polish,40 hours, 6 ECTS

Analyzing Polish Cinema, 45 hours, 6 ECTS

Contemporary Cultures and Literatures of Central and Eastern Europe, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

EU Common Policies and Policy Making, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Introduction to Political Science, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Introduction to Public and International Law, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Introduction to Sociology, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

The Holocaust and Its Cultural Meaning, 45 hours, 6 ECTS

Modern European State Formation, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Foreign Language (Polish or other from the offer), 60 hours, 8 ECTS

 

Spring Semester 2019/20 Course Offer:

Basic Offer:

International Security from  a European Perspective, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Western European Politic and Transatlantic Relations, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Introduction to Economics, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Introduction to International Relations, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Introducing the EU, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

Cultural and Social Costruction of European Identities, 40 hours, 6 ECTS

History and Sociology of Food and Drink in Poland, 45 hours, 6 ECTS

The Holocaust and Its Cultural Meaning, 45 hours, 6 ECTS

Foreign Language (Polish or other from the offer), 60 hours, 8 ECTS

 

Additional Offer

Contemporary Migration and Asylum in Europe: Policies, Politics and Strategies, 30 hours, 5 ECTS

Introduction to Foreign Policy and Diplomacy, 30 hours, 5 ECTS

Human Rights Law in the European Context, 30 hours, 6 ECTS (Not running 2019/2020)

 

*For more information on the course and syllabi please click on this LINK.