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Faculty Faculty of Arts (FIF)
Study programme Philology (N7310)
Branch of study General Lingvistics (7310T116/00 - 2014)
Level of acquired qualification Postgraduate Master
Form of study Full-time
Standard length of study 2 years
Number of ECTS credits 120
Qualification awarded Master (Mgr.)
Access to further studies Doctoral study programme  
Type of completion State Final Exam, Master's Thesis Defense
Study and Examination Code URL
Faculty coordinator for international students
Bláha Ondřej, PhDr. Ph.D.
Phone: 585633173
Key learning outcomes The double-major degree programme of General Linguistics introduces its students to central linguistic subdisciplines. It includes, above all, courses of: History of Linguistics, General Linguistics, Theory of Grammar and Current Approaches to Theory of Grammar. The cross-disciplinary nature of General Linguistics is ensured by the obligatory courses: Semiotics and Philosophy of Science. Given the other degree programme, previous study or one's own deeper interest, the student chooses his or her specialization, which determines at the same time the choice of the diploma thesis topic and the range of optional courses. The study programme enables the student to specialize in any of cross-disciplinary linguistic disciplines on top of pure linguistic fields. The student may also choose an individual specialization after an agreement with the diploma thesis supervisor. The student's specialization, furthermore, determines state final examination topics. The programme courses are designed so that the student are able to link the knowledge gained and research, and managed to verify it using some chosen texts. Students participate in the scholarly and research activities of the department. They take part in elaborating department publications, in collaborating with foreign partners etc.
Specific admission requirements unspecified
Specific provisions for recognition of prior learning unspecified
Qualification requirements and regulations 60 ECTS credits, passing the state final exam, defending Master's thesis. 60 ECTS credits, passing the state final exam, defending master thesis.
Profile of the programme academical
Occupational profiles of graduates with examples The graduate is capable of using basic linguistic concepts of different approaches and schools and is also capable of comparing them: he/she is able to bring back general question of language and communication in different contexts in a critical way; he/she masters basic methods of linguistic analysis; he/she has grasp of main knowledge of current linguistics and sciences and branches collaborating (biology, cognitive psychology, mathematics, semiotics); he/she is able to enunciate a fundamental research intention within the frame of theories clear to him/her; he/she can prepare the tangible as well as theoretical backgrounds of a project and to process such a project equipped with experience with organization and team work; he/she has gained the ability to draft a problem and its solution, to analyse, to evaluate and to apply the chosen knowledge in a practical way; he/she understands the methodological background when describing the explored features.
Branch of study guarantor Kořenský Jan, prof. PhDr. DrSc.

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