University of Szeged

Hungary

Available Courses

This course aims to discuss some hot topics of copyright law in the digital age, and internet law from a comparative law aspect. In the frames of the course, students will be able to get familiarized with the common law solutions of the covered topics in the United States, and various types of the Continental European legal regimes, with a special focus on the law of the European Union

The course aims to provide the students with the knowledge of the basic principles and sources of Public International Law. Students get a comprehensive overview of the legal side of international relations, especially for the treaties and responsibility of states, and the international settlement of disputes.

The course provides an overview of the development of European political systems with a focus on the two pivotal institutions of political representation: political parties and elections.

This course aims at introducing everyday life in Hungary through lectures, readings, discussions and field trips. Among others, students get a chance to visit places that tourists coming to Hungary could not. Sessions held in the classroom will serve with background information and will also give the participants opportunity to discuss the experiences students had during their visits.
Since the time of the visits very much depends on the receiving institution sometimes the sessions will be held at a time, which is different from the one announced in the schedule. Participants are not expected to speak Hungarian, the instructor will provide a translation.

The course presents a review of two culture-related areas in sociopragmatic research: cross-cultural pragmatics, which deals with differences in verbal behavior across languages and cultures, and intercultural pragmatics, which examines actual communication between speakers of different languages and cultures. The course presents empirical research in both areas, reviews different explanatory frameworks used to account for the observed differences, and addresses methodological issues related to these two subfields of pragmatics.
The course ends in a final written exam.

This lecture course introduces and surveys some of the basic issues and areas which fall under the broad heading of “applied linguistics”. Topics to be covered include foreign language learning and teaching, bilingual education, sociolinguistics, world Englishes, language and the law, testing and research methods. The course will look at applied linguistics not only from the “linguistics applied” point of view but will also present applied linguistics as a distinct branch of linguistics.

To familiarize students with the features of sociological thinking and sociological approach, along with the most important trends in the history of sociology and their representatives.

To practice conscious awareness of the other person and to develop empathy and verbal and non-verbal communication skills. The student should be able to communicate in a congruent manner in the individual and professional field. Learn about the features of assertive communication and conflict management and deepen their application methods in practice. The practice also aims to develop the students self-knowledge.

The aim of the course is to acquire the abilities of computer communication and the evaluation of medical-biological data while solving individual tasks. The exercises provide background knowledge on the generation and interpretation, storage and evaluation of measurement data. After completing the course, the student will acquire practical basic knowledge from information technology knowledge in health systems. The student will be able to organize, process and represent biomedical.

The course plans to introduce their temporary place of residence for the foreign visiting students. In the framework of contemporary cultural and social theory it aims to open up the contemporary social and cultural changes of the town. On the lectures selected pieces of the cultural landscape of the town will be presented. This will be contextualised by some insights on the cultural and psychological effects of migration.

The aim of this course is to acquaint the students with the main themes of business as well as the various situations where people communicate in the world of business. The course is based on several authentic materials, and besides focusing on acquiring the special vocabulary, emphasis is laid primarily on oral activities. The overriding goal is to provide students with a solid communication base to make them be able to communicate effectively in several business contexts. By the end of this course students should know what strategies and techniques to employ in unique and different business situations. Students are required to actively and creatively participate in the course, and do individual as well as group assignments.

The aim of the course is to give an overview of how to be confident, effective, and self-conscious during public speaking and to know how to create great presentations.

The aim of the course is to introduce the main points of quality control, which belongs to different business sectors too. The subjects in this course are: Understanding and Interpreting Quality: The Meaning of Quality Concepts, Dimensions and Standards of Quality; The Evolution of Quality Management; Quality Management Systems: Approaches and Principles; Improving Quality: Quality Control Tools and Techniques; Economic Aspect of Quality; Quality Control in the Food Industry; Complex food quality; Quality and value creation; Students’ presentations-Students should prepare and deliver presentation about topics that are related to quality control; Teamwork-working in groups to solve problems related to quality control and elaborating case studies; Research Paper Studies-Technical papers will be assigned to the class, and Students are required to study these papers and write summary reports.

The main aims of the course are to achieve a thorough understanding and to provide a critical evaluation of the key concepts and theoretical approaches that have developed and are developing in the field of environmental history; to gain a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental themes in the environmental history of the region, subjected to a critical and comparative analysis; and to place Central, South-Eastern and Eastern Europe in a European and global context.

Communication plays a major role in achieving all of our goals. The course of English language development with games and exercises aims to give methodologycal help in foreign language learning and teaching through games. In this seminar students get to know several communication games that can be used in foreign language development, particularly in speech development. Students meet a lot of types of communication tasks and challenges in the seminar. These exercises increase not only language awareness and competencies, literacy, grammatical and pragmatical knowedge in a second language, but memory, listening, concentration, strategic thinking, team work and social skills as well.
The communication activities in the seminar are designed to help students become more prepared how to deal effectively with the many types of communications challenges in every day life. Each activity is designed to help participants better understand some facet of communications and gain expertise in that communication skill or competency. Every student has to teach at least three communication games during the seminar to the members of the seminar group.

The course deals in detail with the essence of the businesses, the basic concepts of economic decisions, and the decision-making principles. Its main topics are the economic content of the enterprise (business) interest, property interest; the types of companies together with company outcome measures and the design principles of the organizational structure. The system of corporate resources and their economic characteristics, businesses and their relationship with the environment. After providing the basic knowledge, the subject introduces students to the characteristics of the agricultural enterprises. In the end, the subject deals with the economy and the organization of the different plant production sectors (cereals, industrial crops, fodder crops and plantation sectors).

The overall aim of teaching the subject is to provide basic knowledge for agricultural engineer students about the characteristics of the economic problems in the agricultural sector, the essence and major elements of the agricultural policy with special regard to the circumstances of Hungarian agriculture. It is particularly important in today’s era to have agro-economics knowledge based on the theories of modern agricultural economics, and to know about the agro-ecological practices, experiences and ideas for the future dissemination of the developed market-economy countries. This is compared to the characteristics of the Hungarian agriculture, so evaluating our situation, the potential and limitations of the agricultural economy in the future development process

The aim of the course is to give general knowledge of natural resources, market failure of natural resources, environmental problems, environmental systems, technical description of environmental technologies and possible solutions, water and wastewater treatment processes, waste management, waste to energy concept, biomass utilization, renewable energy sources. Subjects: Overview of Environmental Problems and Economy. Basics of Environmental Management. Renewable Energy Sources. Waste and By-products Streams in Food Processing Technologies. By-product Utilization in Food Industry. Controlled biological treatments and processes for bio-waste handling and utilization. Overview of Waste to Energy (W2E) Concept. Environmental Pollutants (source, types). Basics of Wastewater Treatment Technologies. Novel Processes in Food Industry Wastewater Purification. Basics of Air Purification Methods

The aim of the course is to learn more about marketing and advertising. Students have exercises how to use marketing tools in practice. The subjects in this course are: Introduction to marketing and advertising: Jobs and responsibilities, Corporate identity, logos, Branding Finding the customer: Market research, Customer profiles, Data collection, A telephone survey Planning a marketing strategy: The marketing plan, The four Ps, Pricing and positioning strategies Creating ads: The AIDA model for advertising, Working with an ad agency, Advertising channels, Rate sheets Marketing tools: Distribution channels, Types of discount, Types of retailer, Telemarketing, Direct marketing Presenting your public face: Public relations, Websites as a marketing tool, Sponsoring, Effective press releases Marketing through trade fairs: Giveaways, Organizing events, and Attending a trade fair.

The aim of the course is to introduce the main points of quality control, which belongs to different business sectors too. The subjects in this course are: Understanding and Interpreting Quality: The Meaning of Quality-Concepts, Dimensions and Standards of Quality; The Evolution of Quality Management; Quality Management Systems: Approaches and Principles; Improving Quality: Quality Control Tools and Techniques; Economic Aspect of Quality; Quality Control in the Food Industry; Complex food quality; Quality and value creation; Students’ presentations-Students should prepare and deliver presentation about topics that are related to quality control; Teamwork-working in groups to solve problems related to quality control and elaborating case studies; Research Paper Studies-Technical papers will be assigned to the class, and Students are required to study these papers and write summary reports.

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