EMGS Courses in Wrocław

Students are allowed to choose freely from the variety of courses mared with letter E (elective). Some courses are mandatory (M). In all students should collect 30 ECTS points per semester. It is suggested (but not required) to collect 10 points from every module.

  1. First year
    1. 1st semester
    2. 2nd semester
  1. Second year
    1. 1st semester
    2. 2nd semester

PROGRAM FOR THE FIRST YEAR STUDENTS (2018/2019)

 

Modules and courses

(M – mandatory, E – elective)

ECTS

Number
of hours

Time


FIRST SEMESTER

 

 

710

International relations

 

 

E

Theory of International Relations, (lecture), prof. Andrzej Polus

8 (lecture + seminar + exam)

30

Thursday 8:30-11:45

 

Theory of International Relations, (seminar), prof. Andrzej Polus

30

Thursday 8:30-11:45

E

Cold War and Process of Transformation in Central-Eastern Europe, dr. Jarosław Jarząbek, dr Marcin Szydzisz

4

30

Monday 9:45-11:15

E

Soft Power and Public Diplomacy, prof. Beata Ociepka

4

30

Monday 11:30-13:00

E

International Protection of Environment, dr. Joost Platje

4

30

Tuesday 13:45-16:45

E

Sub-Saharan Africa in international Relations, prof. Andrzej Polus

4

30

Tuesday 15:30-17:15

E

New Media and International Relations, dr. Justyna Arendarska

4

30

Thursday, 13.45-15.15

E

Introduction to Contemporary Diplomacy, dr. Anna Umińska-Woroniecka

2

15

Thursday, 10.30-12.15

720

Aspects of regionalization and globalization

 

 

E

Globalisation and Regionalisation: prof. Elżbieta Stadtmüller, dr. Ł. Fijałkowski (political aspects – lecture and seminar)

8 (lecture + seminar + exam)

30

Monday 9:45-15:15

 

Globalisation and Regionalisation: dr. B. Michalski (economic aspects - lecture and seminar)

30

Monday 9:45-15:15

E

Human Rights in the Contemporary World, mgr Yulia Lesyk

4

30

Monday 15:30-17:00

E

Theory and Politics of Foreign Aid, dr. hab. Dominik Kopiński

4

30

Tuesday 9:45-11:15

E

Public Diplomacy at the Local and Regional Level, , dr Bartłomiej Ostrowski

4

30

Monday, 17:05-18:35

E

Governing Europe, prof. Elżbieta Stadtmüller

4

30

Monday 13:45-15:15

E

Introduction to Global Studies (workshop), dr Marek Musioł

2

15

see description

730

Economic and security systems

 

 

E

International Social Policy, dr. Justyna Bokajło

4

30

Monday 15:30-17:00

E

Development Economics, dr. hanb. Dominik Kopiński

4

30

Tuesday 11:30-13:00

E

International Security (lecture), dr. Łukasz Fijałkowski

8 (lecture + seminar + exam)

30

Tuesday 11:30-15:15

 

International Security (seminar), dr. Łukasz Fijałkowski

30

Tuesday 11:30-15:15

E

Religious Fundamentalism in the Contemporary World, dr. Katarzyna Jędrzejczyk-Kuliniak

30

Tuesday 17:15-18:45

E

MA Seminar - Methodology of Social Sciences, dr hab. Andrzej Polus

2

30

Tuesday 9:50-11:20

M

EMGS Winter School

4

X

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER

   

810

Transformations: economics, security, international relations

   

E

Strategic Culture. Comparative studies, dr Katarzyna Jędrzejczyk-Kuliniak

4

30

Tuesday, 15.00 - 16.30

E

Resource Curse: Oil, Minerals and the Development of Nations, dr. hab. Dominik Kopiński

4

30

Tuesday, 13.15-14.45

E

International Economic Transactions, dr hab. Marek Wróblewski

8

60

Monday, 8.15 - 15.00

E

Conventional and Hybrid Warfare, dr Michał Piekarski

4

30

Wednesday, 13.15 - 14.45

E

Solutionism to Singularity: Expansion of the Digital Economy, dr Rafał Próchniak

4

30

Thursday, 9:45 - 11:15

E

Geopolitics of the Middle East -Power Rivalries, Conflicts, Regionalism and Integration, dr Martina Ponížilová

2

15

Workshop, 25 – 27.03.2019

820

Society and politics

   

E

Balkans in International Relations (ethnicity, conflicts, security), dr Anna Jagiełło-Szostak

4

30

Wednesday, 11:30 - 13.00

E

Middle East in the International Relations, dr. Jarosław Jarząbek

4

30

Tuesday, 11:30 - 13:00

E

Introduction to International Migration and Immigrant Integration, dr. Patrycja Matusz - Protasiewicz

6

45

Tuesday, 8:30 - 9:40, Thursday 8:30 - 9:40

E

International migration and refugee crisis: the case of Venezuelans in Brazil, dr Fabricio Borges Carrijo

2

15

Workshop, 21-28.02.2019

E

Social Movements and Globalization, dr Christoph Sorg

2

15

Workshop, 1-3, 10-12.04.2019

E

Sport and (International) Politics, dr Jiří Zákravský

2

15

Workshop, 6 – 8.05.2019

830

Research and methodology

   

E

International Forecasts andd Simulations, dr. Wojciech Kazanecki

5

30

Wednesday, 15.30 - 17.00

E

Methodology of Social Sciences, dr hab. Andrzej Polus

2

30

 

M

Summer School

4

x

PROGRAM FOR THE SECOND YEAR STUDENTS (2018/2019)

 

Modules and courses

(M – mandatory, E – elective)

ECTS

Number
of hours

Time

 

FIRST SEMESTER

 

 

910

Globalization: selected issues

 

 

E

Globalisation and Regionalisation: prof. dr. Łukasz Fijałkowski (political aspects – lecture and seminar)

8 (lecture + seminar + exam)

30

Monday 9:45-15:15

 

Globalisation and Regionalisation: dr. B. Michalski (economic aspects - lecture and seminar)

30

Monday 9:45-15:15

E

Theory of International Relations, (lecture), prof. Andrzej Polus

8 (lecture + seminar + exam)

30

Thursday 8:30-11:45

 

Theory of International Relations, (seminar), prof. Andrzej Polus

30

Thursday 8:30-11:45

E

International Security (lecture), dr. Łukasz Fijałkowski

8 (lecture + seminar + exam)

30

Tuesday 11:30-15:15

 

International Security (seminar), dr. Łukasz Fijałkowski

30

Tuesday 11:30-15:15

E

International Protection of Environment, dr. Joost Platje

4

30

Tuesday 13:45-16:45

E

Human Rights in the Contemporary World, mgr Yulia Lesyk

4

30

Monday 15:30-17:00

E

Soft Power and Public Diplomacy, prof. Beata Ociepka

4

30

Monday 11:30-13:00

E

Sub-Saharan Africa in international Relations, dr hab. Andrzej Polus

4

30

Tuesday 15:30-17:15

E

Introduction to Global Studies (workshop), dr Marek Musioł

2

15

see description

E

New Media and International Relations, dr. Justyna Arendarska

4

30

Thursday, 13.45-15.15

920

Systems in transition

 

 

E

Theory and Politics of Foreign Aid, dr. hab. Dominik Kopiński

4

30

Tuesday 9:45-11:15

E

Cold War and Process of Transformation in Central-Eastern Europe, dr. Jarosław Jarząbekdr Marcin Szydzisz

4

30

Monday 9:45-11:15

E

Governing Europe, prof. Elżbieta Stadtmüller

4

30

Monday 13:45-15:15

E

Public Diplomacy at the Local and Regional Level, , dr Bartłomiej Ostrowski

4

30

Monday, 17:05-18:35

E

Religious Fundamentalism in the Contemporary World, dr. Katarzyna Jędrzejczyk-Kuliniak

30

Tuesday 17:15-18:45

E

International Social Policy, dr. Justyna Bokajło

4

30

Monday 15:30-17:00

E

Development Economics, dr. hab. Dominik Kopiński

4

30

Tuesday 11:30-13:00

930

Research and master thesis I

 

 

E

MA Seminar - Methodology of Social Sciences, dr hab. Andrzej Polus

2

30

Tuesday 9:50-11:20

M

Individual Diploma Seminar, prof. Elżbieta Stadtmüller

2 (one seminar to choose)

-

 

M

Individual Diploma Seminar, prof. Marek Wróblewski

-

 

M

Individual Diploma Seminar, prof. Beata Ociepka

-

 

M

Individual Diploma Seminar, dr hab. Patrycja Matusz-Protasiewicz

-

 

M

Individual Diploma Seminar, prof. Andrzej Polus

-

 

M

Individual Diploma Seminar, prof. Magdalena Ratajczak

-

 

M

Individual Diploma Seminar, dr hab. Dominik Kopiński

-

 

M

Individual Diploma Seminar, dr hab. Bartosz Michalski

-

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER

   

E

Strategic Culture. Comparative studies, dr Katarzyna Jędrzejczyk-Kuliniak

4

30

Tuesday, 15.00 - 16.30

E

International Economic Transactions, dr. hab. Marek Wróblewski

8

60

Monday, 8.15 - 15.00

E

Conventional and Hybrid Warfare, dr Michał Piekarski

4

30

Wednesday, 13.15 - 14.45

E

Middle East in the International Relations, dr. Jarosław Jarząbek

4

30

Tuesday, 11:30 - 13:00

E

Geopolitics of the Middle East -Power Rivalries, Conflicts, Regionalism and Integration, dr Martina Ponížilová

2

15

Workshop, 25 – 27.03.2019

1020

Societies in transition

   

E

Solutionism to Singularity: Expansion of the Digital Economy, dr Rafał Próchniak

4

30

Thursday, 9:45 - 11:15

E

Balkans in International Relations (ethnicity, conflicts, security), dr Anna Jagiełło-Szostak

4

30

Wednesday, 11:30 - 13.00

E

Resource Curse: Oil, Minerals and the Development of Nations, dr. hab. Dominik Kopiński

4

30

Tuesday, 13.15 - 14.45

E

Introduction to International Migration and Immigrant Integration, dr. Patrycja Matusz - Protasiewicz

8

60

Tuesday, 8:30 - 9:40, Thursday 8:30 - 9:40

E

International migration and refugee crisis: the case of Venezuelans in Brazil, dr Fabricio Borges Carrijo

2

15

Workshop, 21-28.02.2019

E

Social Movements and Globalization, dr Christoph Sorg

2

15

Workshop, 1-3, 10-12.04.2019

E

Sport and (International) Politics, dr Jiří Zákravský

2

15

Workshop, 6 – 8.05.2019

1030

Research and master thesis II

   

E

International Forecasts andd Simulations, dr. Wojciech Kazanecki

5

30

Wednesday, 15.30 - 17.00

E

Methodology of Social Sciences, dr hab. Andrzej Polus

2

30

M

Individual Diploma Seminar, prof. Marek Wróblewski

10 (one seminar to choose)

-

 

M

Individual Diploma Seminar, prof. Beata Ociepka

-

 

M

Individual Diploma Seminar, prof. Elżbieta Stadmueller

-

 

M

Individual Diploma Seminar, dr hab. Magdalena Ratajczak

-

 

M

Individual Diploma Seminar, dr hab. Andrzej Polus

-

 

M

Individual Diploma Seminar, dr. Patrycja Matusz - Protasiewicz

-

 

M

Individual Diploma Seminar, dr. hab. Bartosz Michalski

-