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(in Polish) historia (ELx-Historia)

(in Polish: historia)
first cycle degree studies
extramural, 3 years
Language: Polish
No description for the programme.

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) Licencjat na kierunku historia

Access to further studies:

second-cycle degree studies, postgraduate studies

Professional status:

Students who have completed an undergraduate degree in History will have acquired a comprehensive knowledge of the history of Poland and the world from early Antiquity until the early twenty-first century. The completion of the first cycle programme in History qualifies a graduate for employment in a variety of professions that require general humanistic knowledge. Analytical skills, interdisciplinary knowledge, independent thinking and the ability to both problematize and solve problems in individual and team work acquired in the course of the programme will have prepared graduates to work in various professions that require creativity. Graduates will have shown a capacity for effective communication, negotiation and persuasiveness. Humanistic knowledge, a working knowledge of at least one language and a command of Latin that facilitates the acquisition of other Romance languages lay the foundations for a lifetime of professional development. Computer literacy acquired through the studies will have equipped graduates with a capacity to adapt achieved skills to the tasks set by most employers. Owing to a significant number of written assignments, graduates will have demonstrated great writing proficiency and will have been able to efficiently express their thoughts in writing. Upon successful completion of the first cycle programme, a bachelor’ degree is awarded to graduates.

Learning outcomes

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Learning outcomes for the field of study were specified by the Resolution No. 340/2011/2012 of the Senate of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań adopted on 25 June 2012. The Resolution with attachments is available on the website: www.amu.edu.pl