But if thought corrupts language, language can also corrupt thought

Course organization

The two-year Master's Program in applied linguistics-ecocommunication (the official Polish term: lingwistyka stosowana-ekokomunikacja) consists of subject courses in various fields of communicology, in particular in a specific area of ecolinguistics as defined in General information above. It is aimed at providing the participants with a broad theoretical and practical education in the field (see Information for students above). The Program is organized into the following super modules and modules (subject courses):

SUPER MODULE I: LECTURES
Required MODULES within THE SUPER MODULE I:

1. An introduction to ecolinguistics
2. An introduction to semiotics

3. THE BASES OF VERBAL AND NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION

4. THE BASES OF CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION

5. THE BASES OF MASS-COMMUNICATION

6. THE BASES OF PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION.

 


SUPER MODULE II: CONVERSATIONS

Required courses within THE SUPER Module II:

7. Interpersonal communication-general and applied (INCLUDING mediational)

8. CULTURAL HERITAGE.

 

SUPER Module III: SEMINARS

REQUIRED COURSES WITHIN THE SUPER MODULE III:

9. MASTER'S SEMINAR

10. SUPPLEMENTARY SEMINAR.

 


SUPER Module IV: PRACTICUM

REQUIRED COURSES WITHIN THE SUPER MODULE IV:

11. COMMUNICATION SKILLS - ENGLISH

12. COMMUNICATION SKILLS - GERMAN.

13. SEMIOTIC-CULTURAL WORKSHOP

14. PRACTICUM IN AN ENTERPRISE WHICH EMPLOYS A PR OFFICER.