Published: 2013-04-24 at 22:00
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Detailed informations about courses on English and German language for 2013/2014 academic year is given in details of this news. 

CENTRE FOR CROATIAN STUDIES
http://www.hrstud.unizg.hr/

University of Zagreb
Centre for Croatian Studies

Učilišno-znanstveni kampus Borongaj
Borongajska cesta 83 d
HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: + 385 1 24 57 600
Fax: + 385 1 24 57 636
E-mail: info@hrstud.hr

FACTS & FIGURES


DEPARTMENTS: 7
TEACHING STAFF: 71
NON-TEACHING STAFF: 20
STUDENTS: 2200

 

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Professor Pavel Gregorić, PhD
E-mail: pgregoric@hrstud.hr

 

ECTS-COORDINATOR

Professor Danijel Labaš, PhD
Phone: +385 1 24 57 640
E-mail: dlabas@hrstud.hr

 

INSTITUTIONAL PROFILE


The Centre for Croatian Studies was designed to impart knowledge in humanities and social sciences through interdisciplinary studies of Croatian culture, history, Latin language, philosophy, sociology, communication science, and psychology. Founded in 1992 as an independent department for Croatian Culture, it offered just one undergraduate and graduate programme. Over the years, the Centre developed grew into a significant unit of the University of Zagreb with seven departments, and it is now recognised as an institution offering competitive and well-rounded programmes in humanities and social sciences.

PROGRAMME EMPHASIS

All programmes at the Centre for Croatian Studies are concerned with the study of Croatian national identity, at the same time focusing on their own main subject of interest. The programmes are designed on a single-honours and joint-honours basis. In the first three years of undergraduate studies (B.A.), students acquire the basics of their respective fields of study and a broad knowledge of other disciplines in social sciences and humanities. Students are required to achieve a minimum of 180 ECTS credit by the end of their undergraduate programme.
At the graduate level (M.A.), students of all programmes acquire more specialized knowledge in their selected field of study, and choose between two models of study: research or teacher training scheme. In two years of graduate studies, students are required to achieve a minimum of 120 ECTS credits.

CAREER PROSPECTS

Graduates from Centre for Croatian Studies can find employment in primary and secondary schools and higher-education institutions, cultural institutions, public administration, in broadcasting and television institutions, media corporations, tourism, research institutes, consular and diplomatic missions, libraries etc., depending on their subject and programme model.

RESEARCH ORIENTATION

The faculty of the Centre for Croatian Studies produces quality research in their respective fields of interest and areas of specialization, mainly in academic journals published in Croatian language, but increasingly also in international publications. A significant part of their output is related to topics of national interest, exploring various aspects of Croatian language, culture and history.

 

STUDY PROGRAMMES

BACHELOR’S STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION

(Semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION

Croatian Culture (Croatology)

(ISCED97 code 222)

6

180

Croatian

Psychology

(ISCED97 code 311)

6

180

Croatian, possible instruction in English

Croatian Latinism

(ISCED97 code 222)

6

180

Croatian

History

(ISCED97 code 225)

6

180

Croatian, some courses in English, possible instruction in English

Philosophy

(ISCED97 code 226)

6

180

Croatian, some courses in English, possible instruction in English

Sociology

(ISCED97 code 312)

6

180

Croatian, possible instruction in English

Communication Science

(ISCED97 code 32)

6

180

Croatian, some courses in English, possible instruction in English, German, Italian and Russian

Philosophy and Religious Sciences*

6

180

Croatian

Philosophy and Latin Language*

6

180

Croatian

Philosophy*

6

180

Croatian

 

GRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION

(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION

Croatian Culture (Croatology)

(ISCED97 code 222)

4

120

Croatian

Psychology

(ISCED97 code 311)

4

120

Croatian, possible instruction in English

Croatian Latinists

(ISCED97 code 222)

4

120

Croatian

History

(ISCED97 code 225)

4

120

Croatian, some courses in English, possible instruction in English

Philosophy

(ISCED97 code 226)

4

120

Croatian, some courses in English, possible instruction in English

Sociology

(ISCED97 code 312)

4

120

Croatian, possible instruction in English

Communication Sciences

(ISCED97 code 32)

4

120

Croatian, some courses in English, possibile instruction in English, German, Italian and Russian

Philosophy and Religious Sciences*

4

120

Croatian

Philosophy and Latin Language*

4

120

Croatian

Philosophy*

4

120

Croatian

 

POSTGRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

DOCTORAL STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION

(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION

Croatian Culture (Croatology)

(ISCED97 code 222)

4sem courses, 2sem Diss. (+ up to 2ys extension)

180 (Diss.=60)

Croatian

History

(ISCED97 code 225)

4sem courses, 2sem Diss. (+ up to 2ys extension)

180 (Diss.=60)

Croatian, possible instruction in English

Philosophy

(ISCED97 code 226)

4sem courses, 2sem Diss. (+ up to 2ys extension)

180 (Diss.=60)

Croatian, possible instruction in English

Philosophy and Religious Sciences*

4sem courses, 2sem Diss. (+ up to 2ys extension)

180 (Diss.=60)

Croatian

Philosophy*

4sem courses, 2sem Diss. (+ up to 2ys extension)

180 (Diss.=60)

Croatian

*Study programmes are carried out by the Faculty of Philosophy of the Society of Jesus

 

STUDY COURSES IN ENGLISH AND GERMAN

COURSE TITLE

SEMESTER

Winter / Summer

ECTS

STUDY LEVEL

BA / MA

PSYCHOLOGY

     

Elementary of Cell Biology and Genetics**

W

3

BA

Elementary of Biological Psychology**

W

3

BA

Neurobiology of Normal Behaviour**

W

5

BA

Differential Psychology**

W

5

BA

Theoretical Systems and Models of Personality Psychology

S

5

BA

Psychology of Ageing**

S

3

MA

Psychological Aspects of Disasters**

S

5

MA

Cross-disciplinary perspective of the analysis of culture, context and communication

S

3

MA

Clinical Neuropsychology

S

3

MA

       

COMMUNICATION SCIENCES

     

Introduction to Global Communication

S

4

BA

Media and Violence **

W

4

BA

Social interactions in sport environment**

W

3

MA

Introduction to Sociolinguistics

W

5

MA

       

Media and Children**

S

5

MA

Printwerbung aus textlinguistischer und semiotischer Sicht

S

5

MA

English for Journalists

W&S

4

BA

Writing in English

W&S

4

BA

Speaking and Presentation Skills in English

S

5

MA

Speaking and Presentation Skills in German

S

5

MA

Academic English

W&S

4

BA

Academic German

W&S

4

BA

       

SOCIOLOGY

     

European Union and Croatia

S

5

MA

Prejudice and the Prevention of Discrimination and Hate Crime

S

5

MA

Civilization of Violence

W

5

MA

Criminology of Bullying

W

3

MA

HISTORY

Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome in Motion Pictures: Facts vs. Fiction

W

4

BA

The History of the United States of America in the19th Century in Motion Pictures: Fiction and Reality

S

4

BA

Cultural History

S

5

MA

TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION SCIENCE

     

Didactics

W

4

MA

General Pedagogy

S

4

MA

PHILOSOPHY

     

Self-Deception

W

4

MA

Issues Utilitarianism

S

5

MA

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