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Course code: MediT005
Structural unit:
Center of Family Health Education
Total contact hoursNumber of hours for lecturesNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignments
20128
Course abstract:
The goal of the course - to provide the theoretical basis for the interpretation of normal EKG and to interpret the pathological changes as it applies to the patient's symptoms. It is the goal to gain the understanding of EKG interpretation and the analysis of how it applies to the patient's illness and the disease course. The expected length of the course is 4 days - lectures and practicum.
Course code: MediT044
Structural unit:
Center of Family Health Education
Total contact hoursNumber of hours for lecturesNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignmentsIndependent study hours
402020-40
Course abstract:
The goal of the course – to provide the theoretical, technical and practical basis for the interpretation of normal ECG and the pathological changes of ECG. The significant part of this course is to give the correct conclusion of ECG interpretation. It is the goal to gain the understanding of ECG interpretation and the analysis of how it applies to the patient’s illness. The expected length of the course is 40 hours – lectures, practicums and test at the end of the course
Course code: KomZT023
Structural unit:
Faculty of Social Sciences
Total contact hoursNumber of hours for lectures
88
Course abstract:
The course aims to provide introduction to digital preservation for records and IT specialists without or minimal prior knowledge. Students will learn concepts, principles and methods of digital preservation as well as have the insight to available archiving tools and solutions.
Course code: KomZT024
Structural unit:
Faculty of Social Sciences
Total contact hoursNumber of hours for lecturesIndependent study hours
1616-16
Course abstract:
The course aims to provide introduction to digital preservation for records and IT specialists without or minimal prior knowledge. Students will learn concepts, principles and methods of digital preservation as well as have the insight to available archiving tools and solutions.
Course code: ValoP081
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Credit pointsECTS creditsTotal contact hoursNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignmentsIndependent study hours
46646496
Course abstract:
The course aims at developing English language and communication skills to be able to provide and obtain professional and other information within certain business and everyday situations when summarizing the results of trading performance during an accounting year in annual accounts, writing business correspondence, speaking on the phone, going on business trips abroad. Grammar is taught in close connection with the texts and topics, drawing students' attention to specific grammar constructions.
Course code: Valo2214
Structural unit:
Credit pointsECTS creditsTotal contact hoursNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignmentsIndependent study hours
23323248
Course abstract:
The aim of this course is the acquisition of language structure , ability to clarify and understand grammatical constructions , to ensure accurate use of different grammatical structures and phenomena in expressing and formulating ideas based on the acquired conversational and written language material Students are taught to discover structure correlations and differences between their native language and English and use grammar for practical needs - translation and business correspondence.
Course code: ValoT047
Structural unit:
Faculty of Humanities
Total contact hoursNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignmentsIndependent study hours
3636-36
Course abstract:
The intensive course is meant for those learners for who have already acquired one foreign language or who want to refresh their forgotten language skills and start learning the English language anew. The learners acquire the basic grammar structures in a social and cultural context by means of authentic informative and literary texts, as well as audio and video recordings. The course aims at developing reading, speaking, listening and writing skills, reinforcing the acquired grammar material, and building up and expanding learners’ vocabulary.
Course code: ValoT048
Structural unit:
Faculty of Humanities
Total contact hoursNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignmentsIndependent study hours
3636-36
Course abstract:
The course aims at developing students’ communicative competence offering the opportunity to practice all four language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing. During the course students apply the acquired language to different communicative situations and tasks through grammar, lexical, pronunciation and spelling exercises, thus enhancing the language use in context.
Course code: ValoT049
Structural unit:
Faculty of Humanities
Total contact hoursNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignmentsIndependent study hours
3636-36
Course abstract:
The course aims at those students who are willing to acquire English for different everyday situations. The grammar material of the course is based on the topics covered at the previous levels. Students’ knowledge of grammar is enhanced during this course. The course objective is to improve students’ listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in English. Communicative methods of teaching will help the students learn to express themselves accurately.
Course code: ValoT050
Structural unit:
Faculty of Humanities
Total contact hoursNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignmentsIndependent study hours
3636-36
Course abstract:
The course aims at facilitating students with good English background to acquire and improve their linguistic competence and to develop fluent and accurate spoken and written English. The objective of the course is to enhance students’ knowledge of grammar and lexis through designing classes on the topics related with students’ everyday activities and interests.
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