On the graduate studies courses are taught by, among others practitioners who work in the traditional and social media. Among them is known from YouTube and television Paulina Mikuła and Dariusz Fedor, the editor of the Continents who will invite to his classes well-known Polish reporters.
Why it is worth choosing PfM II at the Polish Studies?
Because we combine modernity with classics. We critically analyze the media (including social media) and public discourse, debate about changes in journalistic forms and genres, practice specialized and universal applications of words and images.
Who can study?
We invite everyone who begins graduate studies on the faculty of Polish Studies, as well as other graduates.
For current students of the first-cycle of the specialization we propose a program which is its continuation and complements the already acquired skills.
What are the formalities?
Declaration of the selection of the specialization has to be submitted together with the documents required on master’s studies. The duration of the specialization is three semesters. Its participants have to pay a fee. Tuition fee: 500 zł per semester. From the formal pint of view the specialization can start when at least 20 people are enrolled.
Coordinator of the specialization: dr. Ewa Modrzejewska
|Course||Year||Semester||Number of hours||Course type||Type of credit||ECTS|
|Rhetoric and Media Critique||I||1||30||lecture||graded credit||3,5|
|Artistic and Functional Narratives||I||1||15||classes||graded credit||1,5|
|Pragmatics of Media||I||1||15||classes||graded credit||1,5|
|Medialization of Culture||I||2||15||lecture||graded credit||2|
|Debates and Discussions||I||2||30||classes||graded credit||3|
|Non-fiction Literature – Reporter’s Workshops||I||2||15||classes||graded credit||2|
|Verbal-visual Narratives||I||2||15||classes||graded credit||1,5|
|Creative Writing. Workshops||II||1||30||classes||graded credit||2,0|
|Writing on the Internet. Internet Journalism||II||1||15||classes||graded credit||1,5|
|Journalism Workshop||II||1||15||classes||graded credit||1,5|