Philosophy of education 2 hours/week (3 credits)
The aim of the course is to carry out synthesis of educational knowledge among MA students at the theoretical and methodological level, as well as their involvement in the philosophical comprehension of the idea of education as a social and cultural phenomenon and develop their own ideological concept of education, the promotion of a high level of competence and culture among graduates.
Intellectual property protection 1 hour/week (1 credit)
The aim of the course – to develop a common system of knowledge and skills required in practice to implement the necessary tasks in the sphere of intellectual property. Students will be able to obtain comprehensive knowledge about various aspects of intellectual property: copyright and industrial property, the regime of legal protection of the objects of intellectual property.
High education and Bologna system 1 hour/week (1 credit)
The aim of the course: learning the basic objectives, principles and instruments adopted in the framework of the Bologna process, mastering methods and means of their implementation in higher education in Ukraine.
Foreign language 2 hours/week (3 credits)
English, advanced level.
Christian Spirituality 2 hours/week (3 credits)
Upon completing the course the students will be able to identify important persons, events and schools of thought that influenced the development of Christian spiritual practices. Particular emphasis will be laid on the ways of prayer, meditation and contemplation.
Management of high education institutions 2 hours/week (2 credits)
Upon completing this course students will develop a broad set of leadership and governance skills in the areas of policy reform, institutional strategy making, organization development, and the administration of academic processes.
High school Pedagogy and Psychology 3 hours/week (4,5 credits)
The program of the integral course “Pedagogy and Psychology of High School” involves acquainting students with the laws and specifics of pedagogical process in higher education, vocational education and adult education as well as philosophical and psychological foundations of the process.
Methodology of teaching of Social Pedagogical disciplines 3 hours/week (3 credits)
This course of the Master Program provides opportunity for mastering knowledge and skills necessary for the organization of teaching of the socio-pedagogical courses at universities and vocational schools. The main objectives of the training course: prepare to conduct an independent educational activities, especially teaching, with students of higher and vocational education, specializing in “Social Work”.
Methods of research in Social Pedagogy 2 hours/week (3 credits)
Purpose, structure, content and objectives of social and educational research. Methodology of research. Code of conduct of a teacher-researcher: foreign and domestic experience. Typology and classification of research methods. Means and forms of social and educational research. Practical application of specific methods and tools to identify social problems.
Key problems of Social Pedagogy and professional innovations 2 hours/week (3 credits)
The formation and development of pedagogical and social innovation theory as a new firld of science.
Civil defense 1 hour/week (1 credit)
The course aims to generate knowledge and skills on prevention of anthropogenic emergency situations and to introduce measures to reduce losses and expenses in the event of accidents, explosions, large fires and natural disasters.
Theory and methods of care and education of orphans and children deprived of parental care 2 hours/week (3 credits)
Penitentiary re-socialization 2 hours/week (3 credits)
The course discusses the forms and methods of post-penitentiary assistance.
Conflictology 2 hours/week (3 credits)
The students will utilize analytical skills and critical thinking to begin examination of the mail theories of conflict analysis and resolution. The topics include causes and dynamics of conflict, and methods of conflict analysis and resolution.
Elective courses 2 hours/week (6 credits)