CEE Research Track Curriculum 2014-2015

NAME OF COURSE

CONTACT HOURS

ECTS POINTS

CORE COURSES  (compulsory for CEE:RT specialisation)

European Civilisation

60

9

KEY COURSES (compulsory for CEE:RT specialisation)

Knowledge-Based Society: Research Projects and Expertise in a Wider Society

30

4.5

  1. Research Tutorial
  2. Internship (at least a month)

The student should choose 1 out of 2.

30

9

Finances in the EU

60

9

SPECIALTY COURSES (CEE:RT specialisation students take at least 2 courses for 9 ECTS each)

EU Foreign and Security Policy

60

9

Foreign and International Relation in CEE facing CFSP/ESDP

60

9

European Integration: Theory and Practice*

30

4.5

Meaning and Value of Democracy from Philosophical Perspective*

30

4.5

EU Administration, Justice and Home Affairs

60

9

Europeanisation and Transformation of Collective Identity

60

9

FOCUS COURSES  (students take courses for 9 ECTS)

Economy of Central Europe: from Transition  to EU Membership

30

4.5

Visegrad Countries in the Transforming EU

30

4.5

Political and Social History

60

9

The Jewish Heritage of Polish Galicia

30

4.5

Gender, Citizenship and Democracy in CEE

30

4.5

To Be (or Not o Be) Central European: 20th Century CEE Literature

30

4.5

ADDITIONAL COURSES

EU Institutions and Decision Making Process

60

9

Jewish Identities – Holocaust – Auschwitz

30

4.5

Myths and Symbols of European Integration – Western and Eastern European Perspective

30

4.5

Russian Though on Europe

30

4.5

Introduction to European Jewish Religion, Culture and Society

30

4.5

Polish Language and Culture

30

4.5

Discussion on Art in the context of Central Europe

30

4.5

LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION

Semester 1

60

7.5

Semester 2

60

7.5

SEMINARS  (compulsory for CEE:RT specialisation)

Academic Skills Workshops

30

4.5

Quantitative Methodology

30

4.5

Qualitative Methodology

30

4.5

MA seminar and Responsio

90

8.5

MA THESIS

20

TOTAL

120

 

*Both the "European Integration Theory and Practice" and Meaning and Value..." courses may be taken to constitute the equivalent of one of these courses. Students may either take both of these courses as the equivalent of a 60 h course satisfying part of the Specialty Courses requirement, or either course as an additional course.