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Faculty of Language, Literature and Culture
INFO Bachelor's Programme Slavonic Studies according to the curriculum 2015 (180 ECTS-Credits, 6 semesters)
Compulsory Modules (140 ECTS-Credits)
Cultural Studies (7.5 ECTS-Credits)
Compulsory Module 14: Culture and Society (7.5 ECTS-Credits, 4 h)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: Students are able to exemplary characterise cultures and societies of East, Central and South-East Europe. They are able to assess the media landscape in Russia, East, Central and South-East Europe and to use their knowledge for finding solutions to specific problems.
612015
VU Selected Aspects of Eastern European, Central European and Southeastern European Cultures and Societies: Exploring Europe by Reading: Dnipro/Dniepr (VU / 2h / 5 ECTS-AP)
Andrea Zink
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Interdisciplinary and additional courses
Interdisciplinary courses
Interdisciplinary courses for Bachelor's Programmes
612015
VU Selected Aspects of Eastern European, Central European and Southeastern European Cultures and Societies: Exploring Europe by Reading: Dnipro/Dniepr (VU / 2h / 5 ECTS-AP)
Andrea Zink
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INFO Minors (Complementary Subject Area)
Minors (Complementary Subject Areas) (30 ECTS-Credits)
Minors (Complementary Subject Areas) für Bachelor's Programmes at the University of Innsbruck
Minor: Austrian Studies (30 ECTS-Credits)
Prerequisites for registration: (1) The Minor "Austrian Studies" covering 30 ECTS-Credits can be selected by regular degree students of bachelor's programmes at the University of Innsbruck if the respective curriculum provides for the opportunity to pass a Minor. (2) The individual modules and courses of the Minor "Austrian Studies" can be studied providing the availability of places.
Learning Outcome: The Minor "Austrian Studies" bundles subjects from four faculties of the Leopold-Franzens-University (the Faculty of Philosophy and History, the Faculty of Philological and Cultural Studies, the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences). They all deal with the area of the former Habsburg Monarchy and its successor states in essential areas of their research as well as in their teaching and use different temporal as well as theoretical-methodological approaches in researching this common 'space' and the questions associated with it. ¿Austrian¿ is understood as a 'cultural space' produced by different societies along the time axis from the Holy Roman Empire via the Habsburg Monarchy, the First Republic and the Second World War to the Second Republic with the subsequent bloc formation, the consequences of 1989 and EU membership in 1995 up to the immediate present of Austria in the European and global context. Graduates of the Minor "Austrian Studies" have advanced knowledge of the history and culture of Central and Southeast-Central Europe. They recognise the importance of political and social structures for social, legal and economic processes as well as for cultural developments (architecture, visual arts, literature, music, etc.) in this region in its historical depth and in its interconnectedness and they are able to interpret and classify current processes. They are therefore able to apply the acquired knowledge and the findings derived from it to the solution of relevant problems in their individual scientific and later professional field of activity. Through the Minor, students have a thematically as well as spatially focused complement to their respective major studies, based on key aspects of predominantly other disciplines in the field. Furthermore, they are able to develop interdisciplinary questions, to work on them accordingly and to present their results. In the joint development and discussion of the issues, they have also acquired social skills and are able to work in a team.
Two elective modules covering 20 ECTS-Credits are to be passed
Elective modules (20 ECTS-Credits)
Moreover, the following applies: - If students of the Bachelor¿s Programme in German Philology and the Secondary School Teacher Programme in German want to integrate elective module 1 into their study programme, they may only select courses from b and c. - If students of the Bachelor¿s Programme in Slavonic Studies as well as the Secondary School Teacher Training Programme in Russian want to integrate elective module 2 in their study programme, they may only select courses from c. - Students of the Bachelor¿s Programme in Music Studies may not select elective module 3. - Students of the Bachelor¿s Programme in Art History may not select elective module 4. - Students of the Diploma Programme in Law may not select elective module 5. - Students of the Bachelor¿s Programme in Geography and of the Secondary School Teacher Training Programme in Geography may not select elective module 6.
Elective module 2: Slavonic Languages, Literatures and Cultures in Eastern, Central and South-Eastern Europe (10 ECTS-Credits, 6 h)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: Students are able to present and explain the history and developing tendencies of Slavonic languages, as well as important aspects of the history and cultures of East-/Central- and South-East Europe. Students are able to name and interpret applications of literary and cultural research. They are able to deal with specific tasks in literary and cultural work. Students are able to exemplary characterise cultures and societies of East, Central and South-East Europe. They are able to assess the media landscape in Russia, East, Central and South-East Europe and to use their knowledge for finding solutions to specific problems.
612015
VU Selected Aspects of Eastern European, Central European and Southeastern European Cultures and Societies: Exploring Europe by Reading: Dnipro/Dniepr (VU / 2h / 5 ECTS-AP)
Andrea Zink
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Minor: Eastern European Studies (30 ECTS-Credits)
Prerequisites for registration: (1) The Minor Eastern European Studies covering 30 ECTS-Credits may be selected by regular degree students of bachelor's programmes at the University of Innsbruck if the respective curriculum provides the possibility to pass a Minor. (2) The individual modules and courses of the Minor Eastern European Studies may be studied, providing the availability of places.
Learning Outcome: Graduates of the Minor Eastern European Studies have language skills in Russian or Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian or Polish at level A1/A2. They have an overview knowledge of the Slavic languages and cultures of Eastern, East-Central and South-Eastern Europe as well as specialised knowledge of the history, society, art or politics of this region.
Compulsory Modules (10 ECTS-Credits)
Compulsory modules covering 10 ECTS-Credits are to be passed. Students of the Bachelor's Programme Slavonic Studies pass 10 ECTS-Credits from elective modules 4 - 14 instead.
Compulsory Module 2: Culture and Society (5 ECTS-Credits; 2 h)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: Students are able to exemplary characterise cultures and societies of East, Central and South-East Europe and are able to use their knowledge for finding solutions to specific problems.
612015
VU Selected Aspects of Eastern European, Central European and Southeastern European Cultures and Societies: Exploring Europe by Reading: Dnipro/Dniepr (VU / 2h / 5 ECTS-AP)
Andrea Zink
Details of this course

Notes:
  • There may still be changes in the courses offered as well as room allocation and course dates.
  • The course descriptions found in the English version of the course catalogue are for informational purposes only. Authoritative information can be found in the "Vorlesungsverzeichnis" (German version of the course catalogue).