European Qualifications Framework (EQF) has 8 levels (1 – the lowest, 8 – the highest).
Levels reflect the complexity level of acquired knowledge, skills and competences (learning outcomes).
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– to master the fundamental knowledge of physics, chemistry, geography and environment science underlying understanding of geology;
– to acquire theoretical courses of geology in all the basic sub-branches of geology;
– mineralogy, petrography, sedimentology, quaternary geology and geomorphology, hydrogeology, engineering geology, geology of minerals, palaeontology, stratigraphy, structural geology, tectonics;
– to acquire field and laboratory research methods in main sub-branches of geology;
– to master practical skills of geological research in the field;
– to carry out independent research (not less than 10 full time weeks or 10 credit points) in the selected sub-branch of geology and present the result in the Bachelor’s thesis.
The main aim of the programme is;
– to offer opportunities to gain a systemic knowledge in basics of Geology and related Natural Sciences,
– provide initial specialisation in the fields of the Bedrock geology, Applied geology, Quaternary geology and geomorphology,
– develop expertise and practical skills relevant to the labour market needs and continuation for studies in master’s level.
The main tasks of the programme are as follows:
– to provide knowledge of theoretical concepts of Geology and related Natural and Earth sciences, and develop skills to use it working in Geology;
– to acquire research and practical work skills gaining competitiveness in the labour market;
– to develop critical thinking abilities;
– to acquire skills to formulate and solve problems typical for geology.
Physical sciences (053)Detailed field: (ISCED 2013)
Earth sciences (0532)Education
Higher educationQualification type
AcademicFull or partial