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COMPETENCES
OF PILOT STUDIES
Full project name:
Center for Curricula Modernisation and Lifelong Learning
Project No. 511354-TEMPUS-1-2010-1-ES-TEMPUS-SMHES
(2010-3368/ 001-001)
List of Contents:
University of Dzemal Bijedic
- Faculty of Mechanical Engineerig: Production Engineering ......................... 3
- Faculty of Humanities: English Language and Literature ............................ 5
University of Banja Luka
- Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering: Civil Engineering ................ 9
University of Bihac
- Faculty of Pedagogy: Physical Education and Sport ..................................... 13
- Biotechnical Faculty: Food Technology and Environmental Protection ....... 15
University of East Sarajevo
- Medical Faculty: Medicine ............................................................................. 18
University of Sarajevo
- Faculty of Political Science: Introduction into Public Law .......................... 20
- Faculty of Pedagogy: Philosophy of Education ............................................. 21
University of Mostar (Sveuciliste u Mostraru)
- Faculty of Mechanical Engineerig: Mechanical Engineering ....................... 22
- Faculty of Economics: Business Economy ................................................... 29
University of Zenica
- Faculty of Mechanical Engineering: Wood Processing ................................. 32
- Faculty of Economics: Management ............................................................. 33
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University “Džemal Bijedić”
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Production Engineering
Subject Competence targeted
- To solve basic problems of complex numbers, polynomials, vectors and Mathematics I
functions with one variable
Statics To solve basic problems of static systems-
- To define and describe the different materials.
Materials - To define and describe the mechanical properties of materials
- To interpret different diagrams of materials.
To read the technical drawings.-Technical Drawing and CAD
To make the technical drawings using computers.-
- To recognize PC hardware.
- To use modern software for text, presentation and internet.Fundamentals of Informatics
- To explain the importance of lifelong learning because of the constant
changes in the field of informatics.
Fundamentals of Electrical To explain the basic principles of electrical components and devices-
Engineering
Mathematics II - To solve basic problems of single integrals and differential equations.
Kinematics To solve basicems of kinematic systems-
- To identify and formulate various methods of testing mechanical properties of Materials Testing
materials
Strength of Materials I To solve basic problems of stretching and compacting machine parts-
Manufacturing Technologies - To enumerate and describe the basic production technology
To make less demanding applications for a PC in C language.-
Programming To explain the importance of lifelong learning because of the constant -
changes in the field of informatics.
Automation - To explain the principle of automated devices used in manufacturing
To solve basic problems of theoretical dynamics-Dynamics
Components of Machines I - To make basic calculation of joints, springs, shafts and bearings
Theory and Techniques of To identify the different measurement instruments and their purposes.-
Measurement To use the measurement instruments properly-
- To enumerate and explain the basic principles of design
Design Principles
Strength of Materials II To solve basic problems of solid mechanics of deformable bodies-
Statistical and Numerical Methods - To solve basicems of the statistical data processing
To solve basic problems of the heat transfer and the heat passes through. -
Thermodynamics To explain the principle of the plant with the energy cycles-
Components of Machines II To make the basic calculation of the transmissions, gears and pipe lines -
Fluid Mechanics - To solve the basic problems of mechanics of liquids and gases
To use different software for the design process.-
To explain the importance of lifelong learning because of the constant -Computer Aided Design
changes in the field of informatics.
Oscillations To solve the basic problems of mechanical system’s vibration -
To recognize and explain the machining of chips removing (cutting)-
Cutting Machining
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To apply methods for organizing production that gives the best economic -
effect
Organization and Economics of
Companies
- To recognize and explain the processes of machining by deformation of Deformation Machining
material
Technology for Joining Materials To recognize and explain the processes of joining materials-
- To list, recognize and explain the machine tools and accessoriesMachine Tools
-
Heat Treatment And Casting To list, recognize and explain the different heat treatment and casting -
Industrial Practices - To define and present the problems of production in the real environment
Mechanisms To describe and calculate the movement of different kind of mechanisms-
- To explain the methods and importance of quality systems and quality Quality Management
assurance in production systems (factories)
Technological To make the technological documentation for the basic technological -
Processes processes of metal industry
Welded Construction - To design simpler welded construction
To make the drivers for CNC machines.-CNC Programming
To perform machining simulation with computer.-
- To select the standard parts for the deformation machining tool. Tools And Equipment For
- To calculate the dimensions and shape for the nonstandard parts of the Deformation
deformation machining tool.
Final Paper Properly set up and solve a common engineering problem-
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University of “Džemal Bijedić” MOSTAR
Faculty of Humanities
English Language and Literature
Course Competences
English Morphology I use system of English tenses correctly-
be able to apply basic rules and exceptions when it comes to usage of verbs-
use verbs in written and oral communication-
independently analyze verbs in texts-
Phonetics and Phonology I recognize specific features of the English sound system-
be able to compare phonetic systems of English and Bosnian languages-
be able to pronounce correctly English sounds and words, by using general and -
specialized dictionaries
English in Use understand speech at the A2 level of CEF scale-
read and write at the CEF A2 level using common practices for writing short -
written forms in English (paragraph, short essay)
initiate and maintain oral communication in a controlled situation, about -
familiar topics at the CEF A2 scale
use language skills at the first level of independence (threshold level)-
Correnspondence to be able to recognize basic forms of written correspondence in English-
recognize and use in an appropriate way specific features of bureaucratic style. -
keep business correspondence using traditional and modern written forms-
switch between the English and Bosnian language codes when it comes to -
written correspondence
use technological support and tools in document production-
Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian acquire knowledge on Bosnian orthography rules-
Language know principles of phonetic and phonological system of B/C/S Language-
know substandard oral norms -
Introduction to Literature be able to recognize literary forms-
Research differentiate structural features of literary works-
know literary genres-
be able to analyze independently literary works-
Morphology II use correctly system of word classes in English, based on semantic and -
contemporary classification approaches
use independently different word classes in appropriate grammatical contexts,-
analyze usage of all word classes in chosen texts (CEF A2 level)-
use correctly typical exceptions and specific qualities in English grammar at -
the morphological level
Phonetics and Phonology apply correctly knowledge on English sound system-
II be able to compare phonetic systems of English and Bosnian languages-
be able to pronounce correctly English sounds and words, by using general and -
specialized dictionaries
Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian acquire knowledge on morphological and syntactic system of the Bosnia -
Language II language
know categories at morphological and syntactic level-
know principles of phrasal interrelatedness.-
Interpretation of Literary identify and apply basic literary terms and concepts-
Works apply knowledge in further studies-
use acquired knowledge in professional fields (teaching, literary criticism, -
translation, research)
use a range of techniques they learned in essay writing, research papers etc.-
Literature until 1500. acquire knowledge on literary and historical development in Great Britain, -
from Anglo- Saxon age till 1500.
identify literary features of the most important literary developments, genres, -
forms, styles in different periods
comment on relations between text and context in which it is produced-
interpret written and oral literature-
be able to analyze into more details, independently, literary and historical -
developments toward English Renaissance.
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Contemporary English I acquire language skills, especially understanding of written texts/reading as -
well as writing in English, at B1 level of CEF scale
acquire and use language skills independently at CEF B1 level-
Written Translation I understand position of translation among other language skills-
recognize characteristics of different types of translation and specific qualities -
of written translation
translate from English various written forms-
analyze translated texts by using back translation, and taking into consideration -
different qualities of each language
Civilization of Great identify the most significant events in British history-
Britain apply knowledge from this course in cultural studies and literature-
use acquired knowledge in different potential professions (teaching, -
translation, research etc.)
use different techniques of writing, for essays, research papers-
use technological support in production and presentation of seminar papers-
Renaissance Literature use historical and analytical review of English literature in the period of -
Renaissance
recognize main features of work by the following authors in the three phases -
of Renaissance period and be able to critically reviw these works
interpret the most significant work in the period of Renaissance in England-
use and transfer acquired knowledge in written and oral communication-
be able to study literature further, toward English novel in 18th and 19th -
century
Morphosyntax I recognize verbs and their function in different grammatical contexts -
use in a correct manner verbs with specific morphological characteristics and -
in relation with other word classes
use verbs in different contexts (classes and syntactic usage)-
analyze independently usage of verbs in written material-
Contemporary English II acquire language skills, especially those of listening comprehension/-
understanding of spoken language and speaking at the CEF B1 level
develop active vocabulary;-
discuss English social and cultural topics at the same level-
Written Translation II be able to translate different written forms from Bosnian into English-
apply contrastive analysis and back translation in the process-
identify typical mistakes in translation process in written English, in materials -
from today’s media and written materials
Civilization of the USA identify the most important social, political, cultural and intellectual -
thdevelopments, ideas and persons in the US through history until 20
century , especially in the context of its growing importance globally
be familiar with facts about industrial development and establishing the US -
as the world power
know about important events in the US history-
develop understanding of foreign cultures-
develop knowledge, perception and ability in usage of modern technologies, -
in relation to this particular course, but also for further studies
Morphosyntax II recognize classes and functions of all word classes in different grammatical -
situations
be able to observe specific qualities of usage of different word classes, having -
in mind their valence and syntactic context
apply acquired knowledge on morphosyntactic features of words and their -
functions in a sentence
independently analyze word classes in written material-
th thEnglish novel of 18 and know about the most important representatives of the English novel of 18 -
th19 century century;
identify main characteristics of literary, social and cultural context of -
England at the time
apply acquired knowledge in written and oral communication in English, to -
both specialized and non-specialized auditorium
be able to discuss key terms such as: realism, sentimentalism etc.-
th thcomment on the English novel of 18 and 19 c. and use it for further literary -
studies.
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Syntax I recognize syntactic features at the level of a phrase-
use both contemporary and traditional methods of phrase analysis-
recognize and use terms of syntactic analysis-
independently analyze text recognizing its constituents, phrase head words and -
its modifying and specifying elements
Translation Theory understand basic theoretical principles of translation and its practical -
applications
identify main features of various translation/interpretation types-
understand culture, translation and communication in their interrelatedness -
having in mind cultural importance of translation
independently analyze translation, recognizing used techniques-
identify mistakes in translation and what causes them-
Psychology understand and recognize basic general psychological issues-
Identify problems in teaching practice and how to react properly-
observe psychological processes based on contemporary attitudes and -
independently research problems typical of school children
English Romanticism identify and critically view the most significant poetry of English romanticism-
use acquired knowledge in comparative literature field, i.e. in the context/-
th thdialogue of the world literature of 18 and 19 century
use acquired knowledge in different professional fields (teaching, translation, -
literary translation, research etc.)
use their enriched vocabulary in relation to linguistic skills and knowledge -
from other courses
use different techniques for essay writing, research and seminar papers-
thAmerican identify the most significant works in American prose and poetry of mid 19 -
Transcendentalism century and their technical devices
thcomment on literary topics of American prose and poetry of mid 19 -
century
apply acquired knowledge in different contexts-
improve ability to express their attitudes in English in written and oral forms-
interpret and analyze certain American literary works-
relate literature of American transcendentalism with American modernism, -
and literature in general
Contemporary English III develop language skills at the B2 level of CEF scale-
be able to understand/read and write in English, at the CEF B2 level.-
Contemporary English IV acquire language skills at CEF B” level-
understand spoken materials in English at the B2 level-
speak at B2 level-
build up active vocabulary-
discuss social and cultural contents of English speaking areas-
Syntax II recognize and use appropriately terms of syntactic analysis-
understand hierarchy of sentence elements-
recognize and analyze different types of sentences-
identify different approaches to syntactic analysis, having in mind different -
information potential of sentences
Pedagogy have a whole and systematic insight in pedagogy as a science, its foundation -
and terms
critically think about contemporary pedagogical theories and practices -
be aware of education issues-
Victorian Literature Identify and critically think about most significant works of Victorian literature-
use acquired knowledge in comparative literary studies-
use knowledge in various professional fields (teaching, translation, research -
etc.)
build up vocabulary and relate it to linguistic group of courses-
use different writing techniques, in essay, research and seminar papers-
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American Modernism identify literary trends in jazz time, one of the most fruitful periods in -
American literature, American prose and poetry from 1919 to 1929.
be able to write and talk in English on literary topics-
recognize text and context, intellectual curiosity, and modernism in literature-
illustrate American literature to the auditorium which is or is not specialized -
in this area.
-
Contemporary English V use CEF B2+ level in especially understanding of written text/reading-
have B2+ level of writing skill-
discuss topics at the CEF B2+ level-
Teaching methodology I express importance of teaching methodology in English classes in the -
community
recognize different approaches in English teaching methodology-
independenty analyze a classroom hour identifying techniques and challenges-
prepare for indeopendent practice in schools in second semester-
Shakespeare and his time analyze Shakespeare’s work-
discuss universal issues from Sh’s plays-
be able to identify and discuss “contact theory” founded by Edward Said-
analyze modern approaches to Sh’s work-
Modern English Literature identify main features of modern British literature-
use acquired knowledge in comparative studies-
use skills and knowledge in different professional fields (teaching, translation -
etc.)
use their enriched vocabulary and relate it to language courses-
use different writing techniques for essays, seminar papers and research papers-
Contemporary English VI understand oral information in English-
follow speeches and lectures in English, at CEF B2+ level-
to use English in different communication situations-
to have a picture of and discuss English language community, but also cultural -
and social habitus
Semantics use basic semantic terms correctly-
have knowledge on this linguistic discipline in comparison with other ones-
know the meaning of sign, signified etc-
thModern Shakespeare recognize influence of Sh’s plays on 20 century literature-
discuss postcolonial context ofSh's plays, translation and modern critism-
describe S's influence on pop culture of 20th century-
critically discuss related topics, in English, and using modern technologies-
English Postmodernism Identify works of postmodern British literature-
use acquired knowledge in comparative studies-
use acquired knowledge in various professions (teaching, research etc.)-
use enriched vocabulary in relation to language courses-
use different techniques for writing of essays, research and seminar papers-
stTeaching Methodology II apply teaching methodology knowledge from the 1 semester in practice-
work on a team, having in mind various factors relevant in teaching in given -
environment
focus research on a teaching-methodology specific topic and analyze it and get -
relevant results.
present results of a researched topic using appropriate technological support.-
Diploma Paper Research understand research processes and its phases-
Methodology conduct a separate research on an individual issue-
process information/data gained through research-
present research results-
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Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering
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Calculus 1 +
Information Technology 1 +
Descriptive Geometry and Technical +
Drawing
Civil Engineering Structures 1 + + +
Introduction to Civil Engineering + +
Foreign Language 1 +
Calculus 2 +
Engineering Mechanics 1 + +
Information Technology 2 +
Civil Engineering Physics +
Civil Engineering Structures 2 + + +
Foreign Language 2 +
Probability and Statistics +
Engineering Mechanics 2 + +
Strength of Materials 1 + +
Engineering Geology + + + + +
Environmental Engineering + + +
Building Materials 1 + + + + +
Infrastructure Planning + + + + + + +
Computers in Civil Engineering 1 +
Structural Engineering 1 + + +
Strength of Materials 2 + +
Fluid Mechanics + +
Building Materials 2 + + + + +
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Design and Supervision + + + + + + +
Civil Engineering Legislation + + + + + + + +
Computers in Civil Engineering 2 +
Structural Mechanics 1 + +
Soil Mechanics + + +
Structural Engineering 2 + + +
Hydraulics + + +
Roads + + + + +
Technology of Construction Works + + +
Fundation Engineering + + +
Structural Mechanics 2 + +
Hydrology + +
Railways + + + + +
Organization of Construction Works + + +
Structural Engineering 3 + + +
Engineering Economics + + + + + + +
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Project Management + + +
Engineering Ethics + +
Metal Structures 1 + + +
Concrete Structures 1 + + +
Wood Structures + + +
Foreign Language 3 +
Engineering Geodesy +
Finite Element Method + +
Installations in Buildings + + + +
Dynamic Analysis of Structures + +
Prefabrication and Assembly Technology of + + +
Structures
Hydrotechnical Structures + + +
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