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Course code: VadZ7015
Faculty:
Faculty of Education, Psychology and Art
Credit pointsECTS credits
1015
Course code: LitZ3013
Faculty:
Faculty of Humanities
Credit pointsECTS creditsTotal contact hoursNumber of hours for lecturesNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignmentsIndependent study hours
2332201248
Course abstract:
The course introduces students to the creative works by A. Blok, stressing the individuality of the poet. Moreover, the course demonstrates the reception of Blok’s creative works by the Russian, Latvian, and other foreign writers. The aim of the course is to examine the literary directions of the Silver Age and the pluralism of its aesthetic declarations.
Course code: Psih3406
Faculty:
Faculty of Education, Psychology and Art
Credit pointsECTS creditsTotal contact hoursNumber of hours for lecturesNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignmentsIndependent study hours
233224848
Course abstract:
Aim of course of abnormal psychology is viewing features and changes of cognitive, emotional, personality and bahavior spheres commitment with psychological disorders. This lecture's courses furnish theoretical and practical knowledge's about abnormal behavior and mental disorders. To be explained how the specialist can work and help patients' of diverse type.
Course code: Psih3017
Faculty:
Faculty of Education, Psychology and Art
Credit pointsECTS creditsTotal contact hoursNumber of hours for lecturesNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignmentsIndependent study hours
4664481696
Course abstract:
Aim of course of abnormal psychology is to provide theoretical knowledge, research and practical skills and abilities in abnormal psychology. To acquaint students with the cognitive, emotional and behaviour disorders. To provide students with an understanding of the causes of mental disorders and development and treatment of mental disorders. Teach appropriate use of their professional competence in dealing with people with mental disorders. Within the framework of the course student's analytical and critical thinking is promoted, skills for solving problems are improved. Course tasks: 1) to promote understanding of abnormal psychology as a field of clinical psychology 2) to promote the acquired knowledge in abnormal psychology for both practical work and research work 3) to understand the feelings of people suffering from mental disorders 4) motivate students to independently complete their knowledge in abnormal psychology 5) to stimulate students' analytical and critical thinking 6) teach students to solve problem situations
Course code: Mate3019
Faculty:
Faculty of Physics and Mathematics
Credit pointsECTS creditsTotal contact hoursNumber of hours for lecturesNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignmentsIndependent study hours
4664481696
Course abstract:
This is a basic course in abstract algebra, offered by most universities. We study fundamental algebraic structures, namely semigroups, groups, rings, fields and modules, and maps between these structures. The techniques are used in many areas of mathematics, and there are applications to physics, engineering and computer science as well.
Course code: DatZ3065
Faculty:
Faculty of Computing
Credit pointsECTS creditsTotal contact hoursNumber of hours for lecturesNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignmentsIndependent study hours
4664164896
Course abstract:
The course gives an initial overview of the Agile Business Suite programming environment that includes the software environment for development and operation of computer-based information systems that model actual business systems. AB Suite System Modeler and Runtime are using Visual Studio .NET, SQL Server, .NET Framework on Windows XP. The course provides training in the following areas: AB Suite Philosophy and Concepts; Introduction to System Modeler; Modes of Operation; Development Environment and Structure; System Data Items; Item Attributes; Logic Commands and Tools.
Course code: VadZR002
Faculty:
Faculty of Business, Management and Economics
Credit pointsECTS creditsIndependent study hours
46160
Course abstract:
The aim of the academic practice is to repeat and strengthen theoretical knowledge gained during the academic studies and put it into the practice. Tasks of the practice: •To become acquainted with organizational part of marketing in company and to evaluate how it follows strategic objectives •To evaluate how company is making market research, including also customer's behavior analysis •To become acquainted with fundamental principles of pricing in company; make calculations and analyze price dynamics •To evaluate activities of products promotion and promotional strategies and tactics Academic practice is held in companies, with which University of Latvia sign a contract about practice. It follows the rules about organization of practice in University of Latvia.
Course code: Valo5497
Faculty:
Faculty of Education, Psychology and Art
Credit pointsECTS creditsTotal contact hoursNumber of hours for lecturesNumber of hours for seminars and practical assignmentsIndependent study hours
233262648
Course abstract:
The aim of the course, based on students’ previous research knowledge and skills, is to give students an opportunity to prepare for developing their research strategy in English. The objectives of the course are to : 1.improve students’ skills of carrying out scientific research; 2.acquaint them with various approaches to the structure of research paper and academic writing; 3.develop their research process organisation skills; 4. help them acquaire scientific language and educational research terminology in English.
Course code: ValoR001
Faculty:
Faculty of Humanities
Credit pointsECTS creditsIndependent study hours
46160
Course abstract:
The aim of the course is to develop students’ practical abilities by means of implementing the knowledge and skills acquired during the previous theoretical and practical courses. The task of the internship is to contribute to the professional training of philology students. Over the course of the internship, students develop their comprehension regarding current philology-related questions within the domain of the acquired foreign languages. Students have an opportunity to undertake their internships in government institutions, private institutions, and EU institutions (interpreter/translator), language centers (language teacher), travel agencies (guide), embassies (interpreter-secretary), publishing houses (editor), etc. By completing practical tasks related to philology, observing the work of experts in their chosen internship place, working individually, and evaluating their own work and planning its development, students develop their ability to use the acquired knowledge in lectures and practical seminars. The course is in accordance with the procedure of the University of Latvia of organizing student internship. During their internship, students have the opportunity to collect the necessary data for their Bachelor Papers.
Course code: FiziR000
Faculty:
Faculty of Physics and Mathematics
Credit pointsECTS creditsIndependent study hours
2380
Course abstract:
The aim of the practice is to acquire the professional skills and abilities of the physicist in a real professional activity in a suitable environment for practice purposes. Practice takes place in companies, organizations and institutions with which the Faculty of Physics and Mathematics of the University of Latvia has a practice agreement. During the practice, students of the Bachelor's degree program in Physics have the opportunity to apply the acquired skills in studies of physics, mathematics and programming to the solving of the modern physics problems in academic research, education or applied physics.
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