The syllabus contain learning of foreign modern language, Latin and optionally: Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese and Sanskrit. Beside this students have information science and physical education. An important element of studies is teaching practice.

 

A. Basic contents for both specializations

  1. Classical texts about the culture
  2. History of culture
  3. History of the ancient culture (Greek and Roman) and the culture of ancient East
  4. History of Christianity
  5. Introduction to research on oriental cultures
  6. History of Judaism
  7. History of Islam
  8. Sociology of culture
  9. Introduction to anthropology of culture
  10. Social communication
  11. Logic and semiotics
  12. Elements of the methodology of the humanities
  13. History of philosophy
  14. Metaphysics (ontology)
  15. Philosophical anthropology
  16. Theory of cognition (epistemology)
  17. Philosophy of religion
  18. Ethics
  19. The role of the Bible in creating the culture
  20. History of art
  21. Knowledge of literature
  22. Knowledge about the theatre and cultural performance

A. 1. Basic contents for specializations "knowledge about art"

  1. Ancient literature
  2. History of music
  3. Musical cultures of the World
  4. Museology
  5. Art in the culture

A. 2. Basic contents for specialization "religious studies"

  1. Christianity
  2. Judaism
  3. Islam
  4. Hinduism
  5. Buddhism
  6. Religions of China

B. Principal contents for both specializations

  1. Theory of culture
  2. Theories of religion
  3. Theory of art
  4. Audiovisual culture
  5. Organization of culture (+ protection of intellectual property)

Seminars for choice

  1. Theory of art
  2. Theory of culture
  3. Ancient culture
  4. History of art
  5. Criticism of art
  6. Christianity and philosophy of religion
  7. Judaism
  8. Islam
  9. Indian philosophy

Participants of seminars write their bachelor's theses. The studies finish with a graduation exam. Graduates receive professional degree "bachelor of cultural studies".