Faculty of Architecture and Fine Arts, A.F. Modrzewski Krakow University: program and teaching
Architecture, as a form of shaping space is a scientific discipline in which the interdisciplinary methods of teaching should be crucial throughout the educational process. It should be based on strong theoretical foundations and constant improvement of practical skills. Academic program developed and implemented at the Faculty of Architecture of the Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Kraków University is in line with this philosophy. It is based on the concept of conducting the teaching process using the master class method (tutorial system). The program of the Faculty of Architecture is compliant with the educational standards for the architecture valid in Poland, while maintaining their own specificity.
“Regulation of the Polish Minister of Science and Higher Education of 29 September 2011 on education standards for veterinary and architecture studies”, in Journal of Laws, n. 207, item 1233.
“Act of December 22, 2015 on the Integrated Qualification System”, in Journal of Laws of 2016, item 64.
Regulation of the Polish Ministry of National Education of 13 April 2016 on the second degree characteristics of the Polish Qualifications Framework typical for professional qualifications, levels 1-8.
Regulation of the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education of September 26, 2016 on the characteristics of the second degree of the Polish Qualifications Framework typical for qualifications obtained under higher education after obtaining a full qualification on level 4, levels 6-8.
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