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Theology - Franciscan seminary in Łódź (old program) (WT-SLF-MGR)

(in Polish: Teologia - studia magisterskie (seminarium oo. Franciszkanów Łódź))
long-cycle programmes
full-time programmes, 6 years
Language: Polish
No description for the programme.

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) magisterium

Access to further studies:

The possibility of applying for postgraduate and third-cycle studies

Professional status:

The graduate has a thorough knowledge of theology based on the Revelation and patristic sources; is familiar with the basics of the knowledge of humanities, especially philosophy and social sciences covering the canon of theological education. After receiving the permission to teach religion the graduate is able to work in education as a teacher of religion, and in a parish as a catechist. The graduate has theoretical and practical expertise in the area of the Church's missionary activity; is prepared to work in missions and institutions of the Church animating the missions. This person is qualified both in knowledge as well as in pedagogical preparation to teach religion in all types of schools under the Agreement between the Polish Episcopal Conference and the Minister of National Education of 05.31.2016 on the professional qualifications required of teachers of religion (Dz. Urz. MEN of 2016, pos. 21) § 1 point 2, § 2, point 1, and Regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of 17.01.2012 on educational standards in preparation for the teaching profession (Dz. U. of 2012, pos. 131).

Teaching standards

“Standards of education in accordance with the decree of the Minister of National Education and Sports of 18 April 2002 on defining education standards for particular fields of studies and levels of education (the Journal of Laws No 116 , item 1004 with subsequent changes) and the regulations of the Canon Law, particularly the Apostolic Constitution "Sapentia Christiana" of 15 April 1979 on Ecclesiastical Universities and Faculties (AAS 1979, pp. 469-499). The standards define general requirements including the number of hours of classes and lectures, the profile of the graduate, the content of education presented in particular subjects divided into groups: general education, basic education, and field education as well as recommendations and requirements on serving apprenticeship.”