Published: 2017-04-25 at 10:57
Edited: 2018-11-06 at 09:15
Danijela Vnučec Grdović

 University Department for Croatian Studies will offer 19 courses to foreign students in the academic year 2018/19.

1. Courses in bold italic typeface are elective courses offered in English only to foreign students.

2. Courses in bold typeface are elective courses offered in foreign languages to all students, home and foreign alike.

3. Courses in  normal typeface  are for the most part obligatory courses, planned for delivery in Croatian to home students, but they are open for enrolment to foreign students too. These courses will be taught in English to foreign students upon their expression of interest, in individual tutorials or smaller groups

Lecturers marked with an asterisk (*) are external associates/adjuncts of the University Department for Croatian Studies.

Foreign students are advised to bear in mind the unlikely eventuality of cancellation of some elective courses on short notice, due to insufficient interest.

Home students are encouraged to enroll in elective courses held in foreign langauges in order to acquire additional competences and to prepare themselves for mobility.

 

COURSE

LECTURER

SUBJECTS

 LEVEL

SEMESTER

ECTS

LANGUAGE 

  REQUIREMENT

Academic English

Lucia Saletović Miškulin, Senior Lecturer

Foreign Languages

BA

W and S

  4

 B2

Academic German

Lucia Saletović MIškulin,Senior Lecturer

Foreign Languages

BA

W and S

4

B2

Writing in English

*Vedrana Vojković Estatiev,Senior Lecturer

Foreign Languages

BA

W and S

  4

 B2

English for Journalists

Spomenka Bogdanić, Lecturer

Foreign Languages, Communication Studies

BA

W and S

  4

 B2

English Language Communication and Presentation Skills

*Vedrana Vojković Estatiev,Senior Lecturer

Foreign Languages

MA

W and S

  5

 C1

Croatian Culture

Davor Piskač, Assist. Prof.

History, Croatian Studies

BA/MA

W

  4

 B1

A history of Croatia

Eva Katarina Glazer, Assist.Prof.

History, Croatian Studies

BA/MA

W

4

B1

Introduction to Sociolinguistics 

Lucia Saletović MIškulin,Senior Lecturer

Communication Studies

MA

W

5

B2

Sectoral Public Relations

*Daria Mateljak, Lecturer

Communication Science

BA

W

5

B2

Language, Power and Identity

Klara Bilić Meštrić, Senior Assistant

Communication Studies, Sociology, Philosophy, Psychology

MA

W

  5

 B2

Deviance at the workplace

Branko Lobnikar, Assoc. Prof.

Sociology, Psychology

MA

W

  4

 B1

Biblical Archaeology

Eva Katarina Glazer, Assist. Prof.

History

MA

W

  3

 B2

Practicum of Biological Psychology

*Zdravko Petanjek, Full Prof.

Psychology

BA

W

  4

 B1

Psychology of the Gifted

Nina Pavlin Bernardić, Assist. Prof.

Psychology

BA

W

  3

 B1

Principles of Cell Biology and Genetics

Sanja Darmopil, Assist. Prof.

Psychology

BA

W

  3

 B1

Practicum in Experimental Biological Psychology

Sanja Darmopil, Assist. Prof. and Milan Radoš, Assist. Prof.

Psychology

MA

W

  3

 B1

Roman Daily Life

Maja Matasović Rupnik, Assist. Prof.

Latin Language

BA

W

3

B2

Media and Jornalism Genres. 

Nada Zgrabljić Rotar, Full Prof., Tamara Kunić, Lecturer

Foreign Languages, Communication Studies

BA

S

3

B2

Modern English and the Media

Spomenka Bogdanić, Lecturer

Foreign Languages, Communication Studies

BA

S

  4

 C1

Developmental Neurobiology

*Zdravko Petanjek, Full Prof.

Psychology

BA

S

  3

 B1

Strategic Thinking

*Daria Mateljak, Lecturer

Communication Science

MA

S

5

B2

Neurobiology of Behavioural Disturbances and Psych. Disorders

*Zdravko Petanjek, Full Prof.

Psychology

BA

S

  3

 B1

An Introduction to Global Communications

Danijel Labaš, Assoc. Prof.

Communication Studies, Sociology

MA

S

  5

 B1

Psychology of Mass Communication and Mass Media

*Roland Mangold, Full Professor

Communication Studies, Psychology, Sociology

MA

S

  5

 B2

Explaining Social Behavior

Tomislav Janović, Assist. Prof.

Philosophy, Sociology, Psychology, Communication Studies

MA

S

  5

 B1

Southeastern Europe 1878-1945 

Stipica Grgić, Assist. Prof.

History, Croatian Studies, Languages

BA/MA

S

4

B1

Philosophy of Globalization

Marko Kardum, Lecturer

Communication Studies, Psychology, Sociology

MA

S

3

B2

Psychology of Ageing

Jasminka Despot Lučanin, Full Prof.

Psychology

MA

S

  3

 B2

Graeco-Roman Religion

Maja Matasović Rupnik, Assist. Prof.

Latin Language

BA

S

3

B2

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