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COURSES FOR SPRING SEMESTER 2018/2019

  1. FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE

 

To get more information and detailed description of particular courses please contact the Institute Coordinator for Architecture (Joanna.moskwiak@gmail.com)

Information about the program and study plan Field of Study: Architecture

Information about the program and study plan

Field of Study: Architecture

Specialties: none

Granted qualifications (titles and diplomas): professional title – architect engineer

Level of qualification: first level qualifications

Detailed admission criteria: the certificate of secondary school-leaving certificates and the test of predisposition for architectural studies.

Detailed procedures for the recognition of prior learning (formal, informal, incidental): only formal education confirmed by a secondary school-leaving certificate or education at another university confirmed by an entry in the index or a diploma of completion of studies.

Qualification requirements and provisions: Act of 27 July 2005 – Law on Higher Education (Journal of Laws No. 164, item 1365, as amended), Regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of November 2, 2011 on the National Qualifications Framework for Higher Education (DU No. 253, item 1520), Regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of 29 September 2011 on education standards for the field of veterinary and architecture studies (DU No. 207, item 1233), Senate Resolution No. 75/2012 of the State University of Applied Sciences in Racibórz regarding the approval of the effects of education for the field of architecture and urban planning, Resolution No. 293/2015 of the State Senate Of the Higher Vocational School in Racibórz regarding the approval of the study program 2015-2019 for architecture, Resolution No. 44/2016 of the Senate of the State University of Applied Sciences in Racibórz regarding the approval of the education program in the field of architecture – practical profile in 2016-2020

Profile of education: general academic, practical starting  from the 2016-2020.
Basic learning outcomes: the effects were determined in accordance with the National Qualifications Framework for Higher Education in the area of ​​education in technical sciences and the Regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of September 29, 2011. on education standards for the field of veterinary and architecture studies (DU No. 207, item 1233), Senate Resolution No. 75/2012 of the State University of Applied Sciences in Racibórz regarding the approval of the effects of education for the field of architecture and urban planning, Resolution No. 293/2015 of the Senate Of the State University of Applied Sciences in Racibórz regarding the approval of the study program 2015-2019 for the architecture

Graduate’s profile:

Graduates of engineering studies have a basic knowledge of architecture and urban planning, ie history, construction and building technologies, construction, building physics, architectural and urban design, as well as knowledge in the field of technical and construction regulations, organization and the course of the investment process.

Graduates of engineering studies have the skills: practical application of acquired knowledge in the field of basic and directional subjects; creating projects that meet aesthetic, functional and technical requirements; the use of computer techniques in design and skills: in the field of construction law, economics and organization of the investment process, as well as organization of the design process.

Graduates should be familiar with a foreign language at the minimum level B2 of the European System of Language Description of the Council of Europe, have the knowledge and skills necessary to obtain a European Certificate of Computer Skills ECDL.

Further education opportunities: second degree studies, postgraduate studies

The structure of the program along with the number of ECTS points: (attached for individual semesters)

Regulations concerning exams, assessment system and grades: the condition for the admission of a student to pass the course is participation in classes and meeting the requirements set by the teacher specified in the subject card. Completion of the subject is made by the teacher who conducts the subject. In the examination session, the student has the right to take the exam in the subject of examination, if he / she obtained the exam beforehand, the form of the exam is determined by the person conducting the subject.

The following grades of exams and credits are used: very good (5.0), good plus (4.5), good (4.0), satisfactory plus (3.5), satisfactory (3.0), insufficient (2.0),

Requirements related to graduation: obtaining calculations of all subjects and practices provided for in the study plan, obtaining a positive evaluation of the dissertation made by the supervisor and reviewer, obtaining a positive grade from the diploma exam

Form of study: full-time

Head of the study program: dr inż. arch. Joanna Sokołowska – Moskwiak

COURSES FOR SPRING SEMESTER 2018/2019

 

FACULTY OF MODERN LANGUAGE STUDIES

List of courses

 

To get more information and detailed description of particular courses please contact the Institute Coordinator for Modern Language Studies (daniel.vogel@pwsz.raciborz.edu.pl)

Information about the program and study plan Field of Study: Philology

Information about the program and study plan

Field of Study:  Philology

Specialties: Teaching English, English translation studies, Teaching German, German translation studies, Czech Philology

Granted qualifications (titles and diplomas): professional title – bachelor’s degree

Level of qualification: first level qualifications

Detailed admission criteria: the certificate of secondary school-leaving certificates

Detailed procedures regarding the recognition of prior learning (formal, informal, incidental): formal education confirmed by a secondary school-leaving certificate or education at another university confirmed by an entry to the index or a graduation diploma and learning outcomes in accordance with the regulations confirming learning outcomes (Resolution No. 258 / 2015 regarding the acceptance of the regulations confirming learning outcomes at the State University of Applied Sciences in Racibórz)

Qualification requirements and provisions: Regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of November 2, 2011 regarding the National Qualifications Framework for Higher Education (DU No. 253, item 1520), Resolution No. 71/2012 of the Senate of the State University of Applied Sciences in Racibórz in on approval of learning outcomes for philology, Regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of 17 January 2012 on the standards of education preparing to practice as a teacher (Journal of Laws of 6/22/2012, item 131)

Education profile: practical

Basic learning outcomes: in accordance with Resolution No. 71/2012 of the Senate of the State University of Applied Sciences in Racibórz regarding the approval of learning outcomes for the field of philology, the effects were determined in accordance with the National Qualifications Framework for Higher Education in the field of education in the humanities

Graduate’s profile:

ENGLISH PHILOLOGY

The graduate achieved a good command of English in the field of receptive and productive skills at the level of proficiency C1 of the European System of Language Description of the Council of Europe. The graduate has general humanistic education and specialist knowledge in the field of knowledge about language, literature, culture and history of the English-speaking language area. Practical skills in the field of translation and translation studies as well as social competences prepare him for employment as a translator, organizer and promoter of the English-speaking language area. The graduate is prepared essentially for teaching English in kindergartens and primary schools.

GERMAN PHILOLOGY

The graduate achieved a good command of German in the field of receptive and productive skills at the level of proficiency C1 of the European System of Language Description of the Council of Europe. The graduate has general humanistic education and specialist knowledge in the field of knowledge about literature, culture and history of the German language area. Practical skills in the field of translation and translation studies as well as social competences prepare him for employment as a translator, organizer and promoter of the English-speaking language area. The graduate is prepared essentially for teaching German in kindergartens and primary schools.

CZECH PHILOLOGY

The graduate achieved a good knowledge of the Czech language in terms of the receptive and productive skills at the B2 proficiency level of the European Language Description System of the Council of Europe. The graduate has general humanistic education and specialist knowledge in the field of knowledge about the language, literature, culture and history of the Czech Republic. Practical skills in the field of translation and translation studies and social competences prepare him for employment as a translator, organizer and promoter of Czech culture.

Further education opportunities: second degree studies, postgraduate studies

The structure of the program along with the number of ECTS points: (attached for individual semesters)

Regulations concerning exams, grading system and grades: subject to admission of the student to attend the course is to attend classes and meet the requirements set by the lecturer, pass the course is done by the teacher conducting the classes, in the examination session the student has the right to take the exam in the subject exam its passing, the form of the exam is determined by the examiner (teacher giving lectures in a given subject), the following grades of exams and credits are used: very good (5.0), good plus (4.5), good (4.0), satisfactory plus (3.5), satisfactory (3.0), insufficient (2.0),

Requirements related to graduation: obtaining of all subjects provided for in the plan of studies, apprenticeships, obtaining a positive evaluation of the diploma thesis made by the supervisor and reviewer, obtaining a positive grade from the diploma exam

Form of study: full-time

Head of the study program: dr Daniel Vogel

COURSES FOR SPRING SEMESTER 2018/2019

 

To get more information and detailed description of particular courses please contact the Institute of Educational Studies Coordinator for Erasmus+ Programme (gabriela.kryk@pwsz.raciborz.edu.pl)

Information about the program and study plan Field of Study: Pedagogy

Information about the program and study plan

Field: Pedagogy

Specialties: rehabilitation pedagogy, elementary education with additional specialization in foreign language (English, German) or psychopedagogical therapy, school speech therapy with pedagogical therapy

Granted qualifications (titles and diplomas): professional title – bachelor’s degree
Level of qualification: first level qualifications

Detailed admission criteria: the certificate of secondary school-leaving certificates
Detailed procedures for the recognition of prior learning (formal, informal, incidental): only formal education confirmed by a secondary school-leaving certificate or education at another university confirmed by an entry in the index or a diploma of completion of studies
Qualification requirements and provisions: Regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of November 2, 2011 regarding the National Qualifications Framework for Higher Education (DU No. 253, item 1520), Resolution No. 68/2012 of the Senate of the State University of Applied Sciences in Racibórz on the approval of learning outcomes for pedagogy, Regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of 17 January 2012 on the standards of education preparing to practice as a teacher (Journal of Laws of 6/22/2012, item 131)

Education profile: practical

Basic learning outcomes: in line with Resolution No. 68/2012 of the Senate of the State University of Applied Sciences in Racibórz regarding the approval of learning outcomes for pedagogy, the effects were defined in accordance with the National Qualifications Framework for Higher Education in the field of social sciences and humanities

Graduate’s profile:

Studies in the field of rehabilitation pedagogy provide an opportunity to get qualifications for work in all types of rehabilitation, penitentiary, preventive and care facilities. The graduate is prepared to take up the post of rehabilitation educator in a shelter for juveniles, a youth center for social adaptation, correctional institution, penal institution and in remand center. It can also act as a school pedagogue, pedagogue in the diagnostic-corrective team, pedagogue in the family diagnostic and consultative center, probation officer, educator in the community center, therapeutic, street and backyard educator, educator in the child’s emergency room and in the emergency room.

An additional advantage of this specialty is the ability to choose blocks of subjects in the field of physical education or pedagogical therapy. The knowledge and skills acquired in this way make it possible to use physical education and sports in the preventive and educational process, and additional competences in the field of pedagogical therapy predispose to the use of professional methods of diagnosis, counseling and therapy and to support corrective and compensatory classes, sociotherapeutic, psychoeducational as well as providing advice and consultations for pupils, parents and teachers.

The graduate of the elementary education specialization with the specialization of an additional foreign language acquires the teaching qualifications necessary to work in kindergartens and grades 1-3 of the elementary school and obtains qualifications to teach a foreign language at these levels of education. The qualifications obtained during the studies entitle the graduate to employment in kindergartens, primary school (grades 1-3) and in language schools.

The graduate of the specialty of school speech therapy with pedagogical therapy obtains the qualifications of a school speech therapist and pedagogue – therapist. Is prepared to organize and conduct preventive, stimulative, therapeutic, supportive and corrective-compensatory classes with children with special educational needs. Therefore, it is prepared to work with a child with articulation disorders (speech defects), dyslexic, having learning difficulties in mathematics, attention deficit disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, difficulty in controlling behavior in school-type task situations, disruption of visual and auditory functions, disorders and delays motor development and lateralization. In addition, the graduate is prepared to conduct activities that stimulate the development of gifted children. The learner can conduct speech therapy classes in the field of prophylaxis, diagnosis and treatment of speech defects, correctional – compensatory, sociotherapeutic, psychoeducational, kindergarten and primary school. The acquired knowledge, skills and social competences enable him to take up work in a nursery, children’s club, therapeutic and environmental clubs, educational centers, specialized offices for diagnosis and pedagogical therapy, speech therapy rooms and as a family assistant.

Further education opportunities: second degree studies, postgraduate studies

The structure of the program along with the number of ECTS points: (attached for individual semesters)

Regulations concerning exams, grading system and grades: subject to admission of the student to attend the course is to attend classes and meet the requirements set by the lecturer, pass the course is done by the teacher conducting the classes, in the examination session the student has the right to take the exam in the subject exam its passing, the form of the exam is determined by the examiner (teacher giving lectures in a given subject,

the following grades for examinations and tests are used: very good (5.0), good plus (4.5), good (4.0), satisfactory plus (3.5), satisfactory (3.0), insufficient (2.0),

Requirements related to graduation: obtaining credits for all subjects included in the plan of studies, apprenticeships, obtaining a positive evaluation of the dissertation made by the supervisor and reviewer, obtaining a positive grade from the diploma exam

Form of study: full-time

Head of the study program: dr Gabriela Kryk

 

COURSES FOR SPRING SEMESTER 2018/2019

 

To get more information and detailed description of particular courses please contact the Institute of Architecture Studies Coordinator for Erasmus+ Programme (joanna.moskwiak@gmail.com)

Information about the program and study plan Field of Study: Art education in the field of visual arts

Information about the program and study plan

 

Field: Art education in the field of visual arts

Specialties (specialties are selected after the first year of study): graphics, photography and digital graphic processes, applied arts

Granted qualifications (titles and diplomas): professional title – bachelor’s degree

Level of qualification: first level qualifications

Detailed admission criteria: average results from the matriculation examination

Detailed procedures for the recognition of prior learning (formal, informal, incidental): formal education confirmed by a high school diploma, graduation diploma or an appropriate entry to the index and learning outcomes.

Qualification requirements and provisions: Regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of November 2, 2011 regarding the National Qualifications Framework for Higher Education (DU No. 253, item 1520), Resolution No. 257/2015 of the Senate of the State University of Applied Sciences in Racibórz on the approval of learning outcomes for a practical profile in the field of art education in the field of visual arts, Regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of 17 January 2012 on the standards of education preparing to practice as a teacher (Journal of Laws of 6/22/2012, item 131)

Education profile: practical

Basic learning outcomes: according to the Resolution of the Senate of the State University of Applied Sciences in Racibórz regarding the approval of the effects of education for artistic education in the field of visual arts, the effects were determined on the basis of educational results developed by the Team for educational areas descriptors for the National Qualifications Framework in higher education in the area of ​​art studies

Graduate’s profile:

Graduates of both specialties gain in-depth knowledge and professional skills in the field of fine arts. This allows it to function as independent creators and participants and animators of contemporary culture. These competences enable you to take a job, among others in cultural centers, museums and art galleries, and successfully run their own company that provides broadly understood and diverse artistic services.

All graduates acquire, irrespective of the completed specialty, professional qualifications for teaching art in primary schools and cultural institutions and out-of-school education.

The graduate should know the foreign language at the B2 proficiency level of the European Language Description System of the Council of Europe.

The education takes place on two specializations, giving additional qualifications, knowledge and skills:

    1. a graduate in graphics, photography and digital graphic processes can work in companies related to computer preparation of materials for printing and in companies using classic and digital photographic image (including advertising companies, mass media, photo studios, printing houses, printing companies ).

  1. graduates of applied arts specialties can take up jobs in companies where knowledge and skills are required in the field of painting, sculptural and graphic techniques (including stained glass workshops, renovation and maintenance studios, advertising companies, companies dealing in plastic interior design and arrangement of public space).

Further education opportunities: second degree studies, postgraduate studies.

Structure of the program along with the number of ECTS points: descriptions of ECTS subjects

Regulations concerning exams, grading system and grades: the condition for passing the subject is presence in the classroom and implementation of the requirements specified in the program of classes. Completion of the subject is made by the teacher who conducts classes. Subjects finished with an exam require their earlier completion. The exam is conducted (and determined by its form) a teacher conducting a lecture on a given subject. The following scale of assessments applies (taking into account the degree of achievement of the assumed learning outcomes concerning knowledge and skills and within the achievement and non-achievement of social competences): very good (5.0), plus good (4.5), good (4, 0), plus sufficient (3.5), sufficient (3.0), insufficient (2.0). Each teacher formulates detailed assessment criteria in the course of the subject and each of its forms, and the student is familiar with them. This method of assessment is used both during credits and exams.

Requirements related to the completion of studies: passing all subjects provided for in the study plan, obtaining a positive artistic and theoretical diploma thesis made by the promoters and reviewers of these works (the diploma is two-part), obtaining a positive grade from the diploma exam.

Form of study: full-time.

Head of the study program: dr Henryk Fojcik

COURSES FOR SPRING SEMESTER 2018/2019

 

To get more information and detailed description of particular courses please contact the Institute of Social Studies Coordinator for Erasmus+ Programme (dariusz.chojecki@pwsz.raciborz.edu.pl)

Information about the program and study plan Field of Study: National security

Information about the education program

Field of study: National security

Specialties: socio-economic security, political and military security

Granted qualifications (titles and diplomas): professional title – bachelor’s degree

Level of qualification: first level qualifications

Detailed admission criteria: the certificate of secondary school-leaving certificates,

Detailed procedures for the recognition of prior learning (formal, informal, incidental): only formal education confirmed by a secondary school-leaving certificate or education at another university confirmed by an entry in the index or a diploma of completion of studies

Requirements and regulations regarding qualifications:

Regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of November 2, 2011 regarding the National Qualifications Framework for Higher Education (DU No. 253, item 1520), Resolution No. 156/2013 of the Senate of the State University of Applied Sciences in Racibórz dated 16 May 2013. on the approval of the effects of education for the state security

Profile of education: general-academic

Graduate’s profile:

A graduate in the specialty of political and military security will learn the broadly understood foundations and essence of management and command, their functions and styles, acquire theoretical knowledge bases on phenomena and processes taking decisions and cycles of action, as well as the application of legal provisions in the field of civil protection and civil defense . In addition, it will acquire specialist knowledge of the tasks and competences of public administration bodies in the field of civil protection and civil defense as well as objectives, tasks, principles of readiness and decision-making mechanism and implementation of tasks in the field of civil protection and defense. He will know the tasks resulting from allied commitments, ratified agreements and international conventions in the field of civil protection and protection of civil defense.

The graduate of the socio-economic security specialization will receive a comprehensive education in the field of specialization enabling management of various security spheres of the economy and society. Students will also learn the principles, methods and possibilities to protect information in enterprises and public institutions. Graduates, in addition to knowledge related to the secrets of management systems of business entities and institutions, the basics of economic activity in the market and public sphere.

Completing studies on one of the above specializes in real opportunities not only for continuing education at the second level, especially in the fields related to security and related fields, but also Administration, European Studies, Economy or Management, as well as starting your own business and getting a strong position in the labor market, in the business sector as well as in administrative institutions, non-governmental organizations, etc.

Further education: second-cycle studies, post-graduate studies

Structure of the study program together with the number of ECTS points: (attached for individual semesters)

Regulations concerning exams, grading system and grades: subject to admission of the student to attend the course is to attend classes and meet the requirements set by the lecturer, pass the course is done by the teacher conducting the classes, in the examination session the student has the right to take the exam in the subject exam its passing, the form of the exam is determined by the examiner (teacher conducting lectures in a given subject).

The following grades of exams and credits are used: very good (5.0), good plus (4.5), good (4.0), satisfactory plus (3.5), satisfactory (3.0), insufficient (2.0),

Requirements related to graduation: obtaining of all subjects provided for in the plan of studies, apprenticeships, obtaining a positive evaluation of the diploma thesis made by the supervisor and reviewer, obtaining a positive grade from the diploma exam

Form of study: full-time

Head of studies: dr Dariusz Chojecki

COURSES FOR SPRING SEMESTER 2018/2019

 

To get more information and detailed description of particular courses please contact the Institute of Technics Coordinator for Erasmus+ Programme (tomasz.czyszpak@pwsz.raciborz.edu.pl)

Information about the program and study plan Field of Study: Automation and robotics

Information about the program and study plan

Field of study: Automation and robotics

Specialties: Industrial automation or logic controllers

Granted qualifications (titles and diplomas): Graduates receive a diploma of completion of studies and a professional title of an engineer in accordance with the completed field of study and specialty.

Level of qualification: first level qualifications

Detailed admission criteria: The educational offer is addressed to high school graduates who have passed a new, old secondary school-leaving examination or an International Baccalaureate. High school graduates are expected to have a good understanding of the basics of mathematics and physics. The results of the matriculation examination are calculated according to the formula appropriate for the given maturity exam and on the basis of the final result a ranking list is created.

Detailed procedures regarding the recognition of prior learning (formal, informal, incidental): formal education confirmed by a secondary school-leaving certificate or education at another university confirmed by an entry to the index or a diploma of completion of studies and learning outcomes according to the Regulations confirming learning outcomes at the State University of Applied Sciences in Racibórz (Resolution No. 258/2014 of the Senate of the State Higher Vocational School in Racibórz regarding the acceptance of the Regulations confirming the learning outcomes at the State University of Applied Sciences in Racibórz)

Qualification requirements and provisions: Regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of November 2, 2011 regarding the National Qualifications Framework for Higher Education (DU No. 253, item 1520), Resolution No. 73/2012 of the Senate of the State Higher Vocational School in Racibórz, dated 14 June 2012. on the approval of learning outcomes for the field of automation and robotics

Profile of education: general-academic

Basic learning outcomes: Resolution No. 73/2012 of the Senate of the State University of Applied Sciences in Racibórz of 14 June 2012. on the approval of learning outcomes for the field of automation and robotics.

Graduate’s profile:

Graduates from the field of automation and robotics are comprehensively prepared to perform engineering works in the field of automation of technological processes, and especially in the design and operation of industrial automation devices and systems as well as their applications in automated production systems and programming of computer integrated manufacturing systems including programmable logic controllers. The graduates obtain special knowledge in the field of designing industrial automation systems based on mechatronic elements and systems: pneumatic, hydraulic and digital. They have knowledge of the operation of technological machines and their diagnostics. They also gain knowledge in the field of computer science, CAx computational computing systems, operation of production systems, design of automated and robotic production systems (manufacturing and processing), databases and artificial intelligence systems in the design, manufacture and operation of machines. They also have practical skills in the field of: construction, design and operation of machines. Graduates from Automation and Robotics are comprehensively prepared to carry out design and implementation works of industrial automation equipment as well as technological preparation of production in the field of programming machines and production systems. They find employment in plants of many branches of industry (both in the electromechanical and food industries), in which production is based on highly automated and computer-integrated means of production.

Further education opportunities:

Graduates from the field of automation and robotics have the opportunity to continue their education at second-cycle studies at universities running the same or related fields of study, according to the admission rules in force at these universities or at postgraduate studies

Structure of the program with the number of ECTS points: The structure of the study program together with the number of ECTS credits for full-time and part-time studies are presented in the attachment.

Regulations concerning exams, grading system and grades: subject to admission of the student to attend the course is to attend classes and meet the requirements set by the lecturer, pass the course is done by the teacher conducting the classes, in the examination session the student has the right to take the exam in the subject exam its completion, the form of the exam is determined by the examiner (teacher giving lectures in a given subject, the following grades are used: exams and credits: very good (5.0), good plus (4.5), good (4.0), satisfactory plus (3.5), satisfactory ( 3.0), insufficient (2.0).

Requirements related to graduation: obtaining credits for all subjects provided for in the plan of studies, internships, obtaining a positive evaluation of the dissertation made by the supervisor and reviewer, obtaining a positive grade from the diploma exam.

Dimension, rules and form of internships:

Students in the field of automation and robotics practice industrial practices. Internships are an integral part of the learning process and are subject to compulsory grading on an equal basis with other activities. The main purpose of the internship is to verify the acquired theoretical knowledge and skills in direct action, its enrichment and improvement of professional competences. Apprenticeships are held on a continuous basis for two weeks in the fourth and sixth semesters of study, during a summer break in teaching activities. Appointment dates are set at the beginning of the academic year. In individual cases, adjustments to deadlines are possible. For students of extramural studies, the opportunity to pass professional work as an industrial practice was created.

In order to meet the needs of students, the State University of Applied Sciences in Racibórz established cooperation with enterprises that signed an agreement on the organization of internships for students. The selection of enterprises was made mainly in terms of the compliance of their profiles with the field of study and the use of modern solutions and technologies. The list of companies does not limit the student’s choice of place of practice. However, in this case, it is required to confirm the possibility of implementing the framework internship program. Due to the wide variety of potential placements, the framework internship program contains generally formulated goals and requirements, and the detailed program of the internship course is determined by the the employer’s side in a manner consistent with the framework internship program.

In order to create conditions for learning about future activities and functioning in the labor market, students individually choose the place of practice and formal arrangements with the employer.

Verification of the results obtained as a result of traineeship is based on internship documentation, of which the employer’s form for the description and assessment of substantive preparation as well as the student’s attitude during the internship and the student’s report form are an integral part. The condition for passing the placement is a positive opinion of the tutor of the internship on behalf of the employer, confirmation of completing the internship within the set time and scope and providing documentation to the tutor. Documentation from the course of the internship is a diary of internships, which the student submits to the didactic tutor of the internship. Assessment of practice with assessment is made by the didactic tutor, including the student’s assessment by the employer and the documentation presented.

Form of study: full-time / part-time

Head of the study program: dr inż. Tomasz Czyszpak

 

 

COURSES FOR SPRING SEMESTER 2018/2019

 

To get more information and detailed description of particular courses please contact the Institute of Social Studies Coordinator for Erasmus+ Programme (dariusz.chojecki@pwsz.raciborz.edu.pl)

Information about the program and study plan Field of Study: public administration, economic administration

Specialties: public administration, economic administration

Granted qualifications (titles and diplomas): professional title – bachelor’s degree

Level of qualification: first level qualifications

Detailed admission criteria: the certificate of secondary school-leaving certificates,

Detailed procedures for the recognition of prior learning (formal, informal, incidental): only formal education confirmed by a secondary school-leaving certificate or education at another university confirmed by an entry in the index or a diploma of completion of studies

Requirements and regulations regarding qualifications:

Regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of November 2, 2011 regarding the National Qualifications Framework for Higher Education (DU No. 253, item 1520), Resolution No. 151/2013 of the Senate of the State University of Applied Sciences in Racibórz dated 14 March 2013. on the approval of the effects of education for the field of administration

Education profile: practical

Graduate’s profile:

The graduate has the ability to use general knowledge in the social sciences, especially law sciences and administration, and basic economic knowledge. The graduate has knowledge of the system, competences and principles of the administration. In particular, this knowledge includes legal issues concerning the functioning of public administration (government and local government). The graduate knows the competences of public administration bodies and the principles of the functioning of the state. He has legal knowledge in all areas of law, can recognize and solve legal problems. Legal knowledge includes issues related to criminal, civil and administrative law in the material and formal areas. In addition, the legal knowledge of a graduate includes extremely important areas, such as European law and public safety, due to public administration. The graduate has the ability to use knowledge in their professional work with ethical principles. The graduate should know a foreign language at the B2 proficiency level of the European Language Description System of the Council of Europe and be able to use a specialist language in the field of administration, law and economics, to the extent necessary to practice. The graduate is prepared to undertake second-cycle studies.

In addition, the graduate knows the techniques of the organization, is able to carry out decision-making processes in various types of organization. The graduate can create and improve organizational schemes and procedures in any sphere of administration, he also has IT knowledge, which is necessary in the field of professional activity.

The graduate has comprehensive knowledge of the functioning of business entities in the areas of law, administration and economics. The graduate is prepared to set up and run a business in any form. He knows the principles of economics, can obtain support for business and knows the legal restrictions on the types of business.

The graduate also has knowledge of social, sociological and psychological issues. This knowledge can be used both in the sphere of administration, economy and non-governmental.

The graduate has the competence to take up employment in public administration units, business entities and non-governmental organizations. The range of subjects gives him competences and skills concerning mainly legislative techniques. He is prepared for clerical work in various types of public administration – both governmental and local government – and for the application of law in non-public institutions. The graduate is prepared to independently improve and supplement acquired knowledge and skills in the conditions of the progress of integration processes in Europe. The graduate can solve professional problems, has the ability to communicate with the environment in the workplace, efficiently use available information and office techniques, actively participate in group work and organize and manage small teams.

The graduate is prepared for: issuing administrative decisions, interpretation of legal acts, drawing up local law acts, drawing up civil law and administrative law agreements, drawing up regulations, surveillance acts, inspection reports and conducting administrative proceedings. These competences can be used both in official positions in local government units and in all public administration units, i.e. both government administration units, funds and state agencies. The knowledge and competences of the graduate also allow him to work in the so-called public security administration like the police, municipal police or customs service. Preparing a graduate to work in public administration will in particular concern the specialty of public administration.

The competence of the administrative graduate also allows him to work in business units and run his own business. Is able to independently take up and run a business, demonstrates the knowledge of law and the ability to apply it in practice. In particular, the graduate acquires knowledge and competences in this field on economic specialization. The competences related to the acquired legal knowledge are very important in this respect. Work in business entities, in addition to organizational and decision-making competences, which also acquires a graduate in the field of administration, is associated with the constant use of legal knowledge and competence. I am talking primarily about the knowledge of the functioning of state mechanisms, public administration, which has regulatory and police and control functions for business operations. It is also extremely important to learn about fiscal administrative mechanisms that are present in undertaking any type of activity and other branches of law used to conduct business activities such as civil law, labor law, health protection law and social insurance. In addition, it is of great importance for the functioning of business entities to learn about European law and the EU project support system, to which they also prepare administration studies.

Further education: second-cycle studies, post-graduate studies

Structure of the study program together with the number of ECTS points: (attached for individual calls)

Regulations concerning exams, grading system and grades: subject to admission of the student to attend the course is to attend classes and meet the requirements set by the lecturer, pass the course is done by the teacher conducting the classes, in the examination session the student has the right to take the exam in the subject exam its passing, the form of the exam is determined by the examiner (teacher conducting lectures in a given subject).

The following grades of exams and credits are used: very good (5.0), good plus (4.5), good (4.0), satisfactory plus (3.5), satisfactory (3.0), insufficient (2.0),

Requirements related to graduation: obtaining of all subjects provided for in the plan of studies, apprenticeships, obtaining a positive evaluation of the diploma thesis made by the supervisor and reviewer, obtaining a positive grade from the diploma exam

Form of study: full-time

Head of studies: dr Dariusz Chojecki

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