Study options


For a successful exchange, you are required to ensure that the classes you wish to take at KTF fulfill the requirements of your degree programme at your current university. You should also check that you have the necessary pre-requisites to take the classes and that they are within the subject areas outlined within the student exchange agreement between Catholic Theological Faculty and your home university.


Please note that course availability changes annually and some courses are also subject to changes due to timetables and unforeseen circumstances.


Different types of study sessions


Teaching methods at KTF may also differ from your home institution. Please see below a general overview of the types of study sessions you will be expected to participate in whilst on exchange.


Lectures


Normally delivered by academic staff, lectures involve presenting to a large number of students. Students are expected to take their own notes during a lecture. Academic staff will direct students to use online learning resources connected to the topic of the lecture.


The lecture will often introduce you to a certain topic which might then be discussed in more detail in a seminar. Lectures require compulsory attendance.


In addition to the lecture, you will be given a list of books at the beginning of the semester and you are expected to complete the required and recommended reading on certain topics.



Code

Title

Semester

Examination

Teacher / Guarantor

KDKU133

Modern and Contemporary Art in the Prague Context

both

Graded Examination

E-credits: 6

PhDr. Milan Pech, Ph.D.

KBIB115

Structure, Exegesis and Theology of the Letter to the Hebrews

winter

Ungraded Course Performance

E-credits: 6

doc. ThLic. Jaroslav Brož, Th.D.

KVAR134

Semitic Religious Heritage

summer

Ungraded Course Performance

E-credits: 6

Mgr. Mlada Mikulicová, Ph.D.

KBIB123

The Bible and the Quran

winter

Ungraded Course Performance

E-credits: 6

Mgr. Mlada Mikulicová, Ph.D.

KDKU296

Walk through the Bohemian artistic centre. From 15th till 18th century

both

Graded Examination

E-credits: 6

doc. PhDr. Martin Zlatohlávek, Ph.D.



Seminars


A seminar involves a smaller number of students compared to a lecture. During a seminar, students discuss a lecture or specific topic. All students in the group are expected to participate in the seminar. Preparation and reading beforehand are essential aspects of seminars.


Code

Title

Semester

Examination

Teacher

KLIT011

Modern Literature Seminar 1

winter

Ungraded Course Performance

E-credits: 4

Mgr. Daniel Rejman

KLIT012

Modern Literature Seminar 2

summer

Ungraded Course Performance

E-credits: 4

Mgr. Daniel Rejman


List of all English courses available at Catholic Theological Faculty


Working in groups and self-study


In some cases students are required to work in groups on projects and assignments together. Self study involves independent working, you will need to spend time reading, researching, revising and making notes outside of lectures and seminars. Self study is an option for foreign students who cannot attend lectures and/or seminars taught in Czech language only. Our academic staff offer consultations in several languages. Detailed information can be found in the list of subjects.


Code

Title

Semester

Examination

Teacher

Language

KHIS184

Economic and Social History of Middle Ages

winter

Ungraded Course Performance

E-credits: 3

prof. PhDr. Jaroslav Čechura, DrSc.

German

KHIS185


Economic and Social History of Modern Era

summer

Ungraded Course Performance

E-credits: 3

prof. PhDr. Jaroslav Čechura, DrSc.

German

KDKU227

Czech and Central European Renaissance 1

winter

Ungraded Course Performance

E-credits: 2

PhDr. Magdaléna Nespěšná Hamsíková, Ph.D.

English

German

KDKU228

Czech and Central European Renaissance 2

summer

Ungraded Course Performance

E-credits: 2

PhDr. Magdaléna Nespěšná Hamsíková, Ph.D.

English

German

KDKU289

European Museums and Galleries

winter

Graded Examination

E-credits: 3

PhDr. Markéta Jarošová, Ph.D.

English

KDKU303

World Museums and Galleries

summer

Graded Examination

E-credits: 3

PhDr. Markéta Jarošová, Ph.D.

English

KDKU018

Synoptic History of Ancient and Medieval Art 1

winter

Ungraded Course Performance

E-credits: 2

PhDr. Viktor Kubík, Ph.D.

Italian

KDKU030

Synoptic History of Ancient and Medieval Art 2

summer

Graded Examination

E-credits: 3

PhDr. Viktor Kubík, Ph.D.

Italian

KDKU049

Auxiliary Historical Sciences

Middle Ages 1

winter

Ungraded Course Performance

E-credits: 4

prof.. PhDr. Petr Kubín, Th.D., Ph.D.

German

English

Latin

KDKU048

Auxiliary Historical Sciences

Middle Ages 2

summer

Ungraded Course Performance

E-credits: 4

prof.. PhDr. Petr Kubín, Th.D., Ph.D.

German

English

Latin

KDKU128

Profan iconography 1

winter

Ungraded Course Performance

E-credits: 2

PhDr. Petra Oulíková, Ph.D.

Italian

German

KDKU129

Profan iconography 2

summer

Graded Examination

E-credits: 3

PhDr. Petra Oulíková, Ph.D.

Italian

German

KDKU277

European and Czech Baroque 1

winter

Ungraded Course Performance

E-credits: 2

PhDr. Petra Oulíková, Ph.D.

Italian

German

KDKU278

European and Czech Baroque 2

summer

Graded Examination

E-credits: 3

PhDr. Petra Oulíková, Ph.D.

Italian

German

KSTE418

Introduction to Patrology

winter

Ungraded Course Performance

E-credits: 6

doc. David Vopřada, Dr.

English

KSTE042

Patrology 2


summer

Graded Examination

E-credits: 3

doc. David Vopřada, Dr.

English

KSTE008

Introduction to Theology


winter

summer

Graded Examination

E-credits: 2

doc. David Vopřada, Dr.

English

KSTE095

Patrology (Latin)

summer

Graded Examination

E-credits: 4

doc. David Vopřada, Dr.

English

KHIS025

Ancient Church History

winter

Graded Examination

E-credits: 3

doc. David Vopřada, Dr.

English


If you haven't found the subject you need to attend on the list, you may ask the foreign relations department for cooperation. Most of the subjects taught in Czech are also available as a self-study option.


Please note that all courses are subject to timetabling considerations and there may be changes in course availability from year to year.


Important


You must take a minimum 51% of your subjects from the section of your host faculty. The rest (max. 49% of subjects) can be selected from the other faculties of Charles University - if they correspond with your study field and there are places free in the course. The list of subjects can be found online at Student Information System:


List of English courses available at Charles University


List of English courses available at Protestant Theological Faculty










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