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Accounting

Institution title: Public institution Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences
Summary of the programme profile:
General Description:
Objective(s) of a study programme:
Prepare a specialist (accountant) who is able to apply the latest knowledge and information for self-employment and further learning, based on results of fundamental and applied research necessary in complex, changing, multicultural professional environment in order to solve the problems related to these activities effectively; plan and organize activities, manage accounting, manage and control financial processes in enterprises, institutions and organizations; adjust thinking skills and attitudes that provide the opportunity to act creatively in new situation, communicate in Lithuanian and foreign languages, to convey information to specialist and non-specialist audiences, work individually and in teams, develop his professionalism and general education continually.
Learning outcomes:
The graduate of this program:
1. Knows the general philosophy, psychology, economics, finance, management, and other scientific principles and understand of the peculiarities of their application in the analysis of an entity issues and decision-making.
2. Knows essential concepts of the studied subjects and able to maintain existing accounting professional theoretical knowledge, which is necessary to collect, interpret and manage accounting data in practice.
3. Able to using primary and secondary data sources to collect, analyze and interpret accounting data, using modern information technologies and their capabilities.
4. Able to apply effective study methods, purposefully garnering accounting issues, and perform to the practice-oriented researches.
5. Able to organize the entity's accounting services work ,to develop and implement accounting policies, managing entity accounting, in accordance with the acts of the international and national accounting standards for the preparation of financial, tax and other accountability and assess, compare and use of accounting information in accordance with an accountant job description.
6. Able to prepare tax declarations and advise the tax accounting issues, to predict and form the financial statements plans, to prepare the budgets of legal entity.
7. Able to evaluate the entity's internal and external situation, to apply the entity's operations indicators and evaluate the results of the entity indicators.
8. In accordance with the principles of professional ethics in practice, is able to control the transactions and events justification accounting documents and normative acts, provide accounting policies for the control of the forms and procedures, to ensure the effective enforcement of accounting policies and perform the audit of accounting and financial statements.
9. Able to smoothly and suggestively express themselves orally and in writing, to communicate effectively and tolerant in the professional environment in Lithuanian and foreign language.
10. Able to work in a team, solving professional tasks, assuming responsibility for their subordinates and the quality of operations in accordance with the professional work of social justice, professional ethics and citizenship.
11. Able to solve the problems independently and reasonably in practice, applying analytical and logical skills. to deal properly with confidential information.
12. Able to organize own work and self-improvement of qualifications, applying theoretical knowledge in practice and taking moral responsibility for the tasks and the impact of the results to the public, economic and cultural development, prosperity and the environment.

Activities of teaching and learning:
Oriented to the students: lectures, seminars, case analysis, creating the controversial environment between teacher and students; practices, self-employment and presentation of results, based on scientific researches, solution of problems, tasks, individual and group work, in which critical thinking, creativity, innovation are very important; the reflection of practical activity, the project preparation of semester and final paper, etc.
Methods of assessment of learning achievements:
Outcomes of the study are assessed during the semester (using the cumulative proportion of ten rating system), practice performance, the final exam and final paper (the project) during the defence. The study results provided in some specific course program are valued as cumulative assessment of components. The studies of each subject are completed by the assessment of the exam or student work (project) done independently. The final grade consists of cumulative assessment components (for example, oral and written examinations, case analyses, presentations, reports, colleagues and self-evaluation, activity, etc.) which the percentage is determined in the description of the subject.
Framework:
Study subjects (modules), practical training:

The main scope of study subjects are 141 credits.
Students study the subjects of the main studies: Higher mathematics, Micro-macroeconomics, Principles of management, Technologies of Informatics, Economic statistics, Fundamentals of law, Tax accounting, Basics of finance, Investment, Financial assessment, Audit, Financial institution accounting, Labour law, Basics of accounting, Employee safety and health, Financial accounting according to the national and international standards, Budgetary institutions accounting, Information systems of accounting, Management accounting, specialization subjects, educational, professional activity and final professional activity practices.
Specialisations:
1. Internal audit
2. Business evaluation
Optional courses:
Student can choose specialization.
It is possible to choose three optional subjects from other programs of study subjects in the college.
Distinctive features of a study programme:
The study program focuses not only on development of professional special skills, but also a wide range of general skills, education of values , the grant of necessary skills for today's accountant based on knowledge transfer and adoption, their analysis, critical evaluation, search of problem solutions.
Access to professional activity or further study:
Access to professional activity:
Having the accountant qualification graduates can work in accounting services of enterprises, institutions and organizations, set up the accountable company and provide a management of accounting services in other spheres.
Access to further study:
Graduates can continue their studies under the Social sciences of Accounting university programs in Lithuania and abroad after finishing accounting program.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Full-time - 3 (metais), Part-time - 4 (metais)
Study programme:

Accounting

Institution title: Klaipeda State College
Summary of the programme profile:
General Description:
Objective(s) of a study programme - to prepare a qualified, socially and economically responsible accounting specialist oriented to the practical activity of business and public organizations, who is able independently form and implement accounting policy, organise accounting process, analyse economic information, solve activity problems adapting to the changes in the environment.
Learning outcomes:
1. The knowledge of the principles of the functioning of economy systems and business management, and the ability to apply them to analysis of economic change and its effects on business.
2. The knowledge of the structure of the finance system and its operational principles, and the legislation governing the financial system and business activity, and the ability to apply it to finding solutions to the problems of accounting and finance management.
3. The ability to use modern information technology to collect, systematize and analyze data in the assessment of economic developments and accounting processes in the organization.
4. The ability to manage accounting of an economic entity in conformity with the international and national standards of accounting, legislation and other normative acts.
5. The ability to develop accounting policies with regard to the nature of the business, and to control their validity.
6. The ability to plan, organize and coordinate the work of an accounting office.
7. The ability to evaluate the financial position of an economic entity by means of a variety of methods and techniques of analysis ensuring the objectivity of results.
8. The ability to prepare plans for an economic entity and monitor their implementation in pursuit of the established goals.
9. The ability to prepare financial, tax, statistical and other reports for external and internal users.
10. The ability to use information technology and specialist computerized accounting programmes for processing accounting information.
11. The ability to apply principles of communication and collaboration when working in a team, in a multicultural environment and making socially responsible, informed decisions.
12. The ability to communicate in oral and written modes using Lithuanian and international accounting terminology.
13. The ability to work in compliance with the principles of professional ethics.
14. The ability to study independently in pursuit of professional development, creativity and critical thinking.
Activities of teaching and learning: lectures, seminars, exercises, discussions, practical tasks/assignments, group work, literature analysis, project preparation, inidividual tasks and etc.
Methods of assessment of learning achievements: accumulative grading strategy is applied. Particular study achievements foreseen in the programme of the study subject are assessed by components of accumulative asseessment. Achievements of the study subject are assessed during the semester, mid-assessments are applied, tests are done, practical and independent works are described and defended orally. Subject studies are completed with examination assessment.
Framework:
Study subjects (modules), practical training:
General subjects (15 credits): Sociology, Philosophy, Occupational and Civil Safety, Corporate Social Responsibility, Foreign Language.
Subjects of the study field (93 credits): Micro-and Macroeconomics, Law, Management, Information Technology, Basics of Accounting, Applied Mathematics, Document Management, Statistics, Professional Ethics and Communication, Finance and Insurance, Methodology of Applied Research, Marketing, Business Organization, Financial Accounting, Accounting of Public Sector, Taxation, Financial Analysis, Management Accounting, Computerised Accounting, Audit, Term Paper.
Professional Practice (35 credits): Accounting from Primary Documents to Financial Accounts, Product Cost Calculation and Budgeting, Systems of Computerised Accounting, Final Practice.
Specialisations:
Accounting in Budgetary Institutions
Accounting in Trade Enterprises
Student’s optional courses: optional course units of study field (Philosophy/Sociology), optional courses (9 credits). Students can choose any optional courses from the subjects taught in other study programmes at Klaipeda State College or choose to attend a particualr course in other higher education institution.
Distinctive features of a study programme:
There are several computerized accounting systems used for accounting skill training. The study programme has two specializations: Accounting in Budgetary Institutions and Accounting in Trade Enterprises.
Access to professional activity or further study:
Access to professional activity:
Graduates of Accounting study programme can work as accountants, assistants of auditors, tax administrators in different trade and state institutions, manage accounting service in companies and enterprises, establish accounting services companies.
Access to further study:
Graduates can seek for acknowledgment of study achievements in order to continue first study cycle studies at university. After graduation of bridging studies or accomplishment of the requirements set by other higher education institution graduates are entitled to continue second study cycle postgraduate studies.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Full-time - 3 (metais), Part-time - 4 (metais)
Study programme:

Accounting

Institution title: Alytus College
Summary of the programme profile:
Future bookkeepers study IT, sociology, business ethics, mathematics, the theory of economics, statistics, marketing, the basics of law, finance, the tax system, banking, etc.
Practical training is organised in seven stages: the basics of accounting, financial accounting, computerised accounting, the financial analysis of a company, preparation of a business plan, tax specialisation, and practice at a company. The duration of training is 23 weeks. Administration of accounting, completion of financial statements, organisation of the control of a company, and other skills are reinforced and improved during the training.
This bookkeeping studies programme is intended for individuals who have acquired a secondary education and would like to become bookkeepers.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Part-time - 4 (metais)
Study programme:

Accounting

Institution title: Vilnius Co-operative college
Summary of the programme profile:
Future accountants are studying foreign languages, information technology, mathematics, law, economics, language culture, financial and management accounting, accounting applications, financial, tax, audit, business performance analysis, management, marketing, agricultural statistics, philosophy, logic, public sector finance, accounting, etc. under VSAFAS.
Practical training takes place in four phases: training complex accounting practices, business management practices (business plans), processing and final practice of the business. Practice Study duration - 21 weeks. As a result, establishes theoretical knowledge acquired at lectures, practical improvements in students' skills in the preparation and processing of accounting documents, registering their records, improved communication and cooperation skills.
Accounting degree program is designed for persons with secondary education and are seeking to become accountants.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Full-time - 3 (metais), Part-time - 4 (metais)
Study programme:

Adapted physical activity

Institution title: Lithuanian Sports University
Summary of the programme profile:
Objective(s) of a study programme:

On the basis of achievements in international level fundamental and applied interdisciplinary science and technologies, to train Bachelor of Rehabilitation, specialist with a professional qualification of the Rehabilitologist of the disabled who will be able to work with persons with different disabilities (movement, vision, hearing, mental, etc.) in the areas of their physical, psychological and social rehabilitation, using various special means and methods of physical activity aiming at reducing their social exclusion and improving their quality of life.
Learning outcomes:

Programme graduate will be able to:
1. Find and understand modern scientific ideas emerging form fundamental and applied interdisciplinary research and practice, define a holistic approach to a human, explain the trends in the development of the society, stratification, social roles and identities, and to evaluate critically and analyze social problems according to contemporary sociological paradigms.
2. Define basic knowledge, theories and laws of life, medical and social sciences, which are the foundation of professional their qualifications; be able to extrapolate them developing their subject competences.
3. Use scientific databases, evaluate the quality of the information sources, use statistical testing and research methods in their own research in biomedical and / or social sciences.
4. Understand and be able to assess the social interaction of political, economic and cultural phenomena using that in the inter-institutional cooperation.
5. Communicate with able bodied and disabled persons of all ages in recognition of their identity, guided by ethical provisions that all individuals in the society form its diversity and are valuable in terms of the development of moral, economic and social relations.
6. Communicate and collaborate with professionals from other disciplines and work in a team, critically assess the facts and ideas, produce argumentative ideas in the preparation of public reports and participating in discussions.
7. Inspire colleagues to take interest in modern fundamental and applied research achievements and to encourage team work to develop new technologies and apply them in practice.
8. Choose adequate effective planning and organization methods for disabled people in different situations (education, sports and leisure).
9. Understand the importance of informed active, persistent and purposeful participation of an individual and the society on the formation of personal identity.
10. Creatively and constantly learn from the achievements of modern fundamental and applied interdisciplinary science and proven practices and apply them creatively in professional activities of the rehabilitologist of the disabled.
11. Know and describe the general pathological processes in the body and the framework of medical rehabilitation; define the differences between physical rehabilitation of the disabled and medical rehabilitation of patients; be able to assess musculoskeletal deformities, principles of application of prostheses and orthopaedic devices, posture, gait, wheelchair seating for the disabled.
12. Apply, analyze and interpret the functional diagnostic methods of the activity of the body systems and identify immediate life-threatening signs of health problems that may occur during their working life, and provide First Aid until the arrival of medical professionals.
13. Create, select and use physical rehabilitation programs for persons with disabilities, including restoration, acquisition and maintenance of their daily life and survival actions, critically evaluate their effects, make changes and discontinue operations if it is required by a disabled person’s condition.
14. Know and explain the effect of massage and the indications or contraindications for massage, be able to perform massage treatments and make a massage action plan for various movement and musculoskeletal system disorders and injuries, disorders of peripheral and central nervous system, cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, lymph and peripheral circulatory disorders.
15. Know and describe psychomotor, personal cognitive, emotional and social development of abnormal infants.
16. Know, describe and distinguish that the psychological and social rehabilitation of the disabled include the increase, development or acquisition of their self-esteem, self-expression and social communication.
17. Distinguish, identify and compare medical and social models of disability indicating their different effects on the psychosocial development and independence of people with disabilities, their social integration and inclusion, social policy development, social well-being of people with disabilities.
18. Select and apply methods and programmes of social rehabilitation for persons with disabilities in order to ensure the quality of life and welfare improvement for people with disabilities.
19. Know, understand and interpret the general development patterns of children with special needs, the impact various disabilities (vision, hearing, movement, mental, etc.) on the personality development.
20. Know, understand and be able to apply teaching methods of special pedagogy and psychology according to the peculiarities of psychosocial development for persons with different types of disabilities.
21. Know the basic rules and basics of sign language in the communication with people with disabilities aiming at communicating with deaf people.
22. Know and apply the methodology and the basic principles of organization in teaching physical education skills in the heterogenic group in the context of health, wellness and physical fitness.
23. Select, analyze and interpret the different forms of physical education and activities appropriate for disabled children and young people of all ages, organize and implement various social activities in various social environments (segregated, integrated and inclusive) as well as produce arguments and evaluate the adapted physical education and / or adapted physical activity programmes.
24. Know and understand the theoretical and methodological framework of various sports for disabled people, be able to identify the applicable procedures and specific training appropriate to the type of disability.
25. Classify disabilities according to the capabilities of movement and intellectual functions and the specificity of sports branches.
26. Choose appropriate physical activities for disabled people, forms of recreation and / or sport and apply safeguard measures during the activities in and out of water, organize competitions and participation in recreational physical activity as well as leisure activities.
27. Use compensatory technical measures, sports devices and tools according to the disabled individual’s needs and capabilities as well as the chosen sport.
28. Know and recognize the need for nursing process for disabled and elderly people, its characteristics and application possibilities.
29. Know and understand links of aging and disability and physical activity, social inclusion and the quality of life, and promote and support the independence of older people, their physical activity, efficiency, self-determination, inclusion in the community, full citizenship.
30. Select, organize and conduct physical activity for the elderly with disabilities and without them, maintaining and developing their social relationships, communication and collaboration, meaningful occupation.
Activities of teaching and learning:
Student activity and reflection based methods: group discussion, case study, empirical and analytical research, etc.;
Task-based methods: preparation of projects, individual or group work, reviews, scientific papers and / or others;
Information transfer based methods: lectures – contact and distance, counselling, etc.;
Information transfer and student activity based methods: seminars, workshops, games, work practice, etc.
Methods of assessment of learning achievements:
Oral assessment methods: presentation, etc.
Written assessment methods: reviews, research papers, case studies, essays, examinations - open, closed or combined form of testing, etc.;
Integrated (written and oral) assessment methods: projects (individual or group), Final Thesis, etc.;
Cumulative assessment methods: portfolio method; study process and outcome-oriented method, cumulative summative evaluation.

Specialisations:

Optional courses:

Students may choose 15 credits from the list of optional modules offered.
Distinctive features of a study programme:
This programme is unique in Lithuania; it has been developed on the bases of APA study standards established by the experts of 23 European universities. It is meant for training professionals to work with different types of disadvantaged people who are not sick; they only have permanent irreversible dysfunctions, aiming directly at their physical, psychological and social rehabilitation. The programme differs from the physiotherapy programme as physiotherapy programme prepares professionals to work with patients in the area of medical rehabilitation in health care institutions.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 240
Full-time - 4 (metais)
Study programme:

Adapted physical activity

Institution title: Lithuanian Sports University
Summary of the programme profile:
Objective(s) of a study programme:

On the basis of achievements in international level fundamental and applied interdisciplinary science and technologies, to train Masters of APA possessing modern knowledge and abilities to carry out research, use the findings in the preparation, execution and expert evaluation of various level social services, projects of events, programmes for solving psychomotor-ecological and empowerment problems for the disabled, aiming at their independence, equal rights and possibilities as well as changes in the national social policy according to the provisions of UN the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Learning outcomes:

Programme graduate will be able to:
1. Understand and explain the influence of different philosophical tendencies on the formation of scientific concepts, relevant scientific problem-solving possibilities of the methodology of modern science and ideas in terms of performance, a variety of recognized modern scientific concepts of research method, understanding the potential of using them in theoretical and methodological research background.
2. Know and understand the aspects and methodological issues of modern psychobiology of motor control, the essence of humanistic theories of adaptation and social core skills, understand their usefulness in planning and organizing their research and development projects.
3. Know and to describe the possibilities of modern biometry, sociometry and computerized analysis packets, use them in their biomedical and / or sociological research for statistical analysis, formulation and testing of statistical hypothesis, presentation of reasoned conclusions and solutions considering the received data of analysis and synthesis.
4. Be able of businesslike (foreground and / or skill-based) intersector cooperation in a changing (health, education, social systems) environment, fully (through reasoned decisions) work in teams with other professionals in the fields of research, development of projects and programmes.
5. Internalize the ethical belief that all people with disabilities of different social classes and different characteristics cannot be separated from the surrounding and influencing them social and physical environment, and adapt this belief in the methodology of scientific research and executed projects.
6. Organize and manage projects and / or programmes based on knowledge in management, research data, and legislation acts of the country in the context of disability in various areas of social activities (social services, employment, education, sports, recreation, etc.).
7. Find sources of funding for the implementation of projects, programmes and events through offered local, national and international level support opportunities.
8. Creatively choose research and / or project development area on the basis of interdisciplinary scientific developments, understanding and responding to existing problems of the disabled in the society.
9. Independently search for the latest knowledge about disability discrimination provided by the media and / or literature, analyze it and use it in the argument of social and scientific relevance of studies or projects.
10. Independently search and find various social projects for disabled people supported by Lithuanian, European Structural Funds and other international services, to understand the requirements of their guidelines and adapt them to the preparation of their chosen project or programme.
11. Define and compare attributes and elements of various modern techniques (Barthel, Katz, Kenny, Functional Status, Brockport, BFPT) for estimating various functions of people with disabilities, understand their potential applications in research and project development areas.
12. Practically identify and evaluate the functions of the disabled using the methodologies used in testing, questionnaires, observation and interviews for different types of disabilities (physical or mental) in persons, use innovations (changing research environment) if appropriate, verifying their reliability and consistency.
13. Define and identify social behaviour patterns of persons with mental disabilities, understanding the significance of their changes in their social integration and inclusion.
14. Define all social activities included into the Convention and identify and describe the essential opportunity criteria of equal possibilities for the disabled in the areas of access to the environment, education, employment, recreation and sport.
15. Choose appropriate conventional criteria of social inclusion and evaluate the capacity to use them for the inclusion of individuals with different types of disabilities (mobility, vision, hearing and intellectual impairment) in the core (mainstream) vocational training, the real labour market, sports and leisure, and the system of all three cycles of education.
16. Explain the basic nature of special education reform principles, characterize and compare the positive and negative signs of groups of financing patterns, argument the possibilities of aggregation of those patterns aiming at the implementation of integrated and inclusive education, at the same time reducing the exclusion of disabled students.
17. Interpret national legal documents using qualitative content analysis methods; in terms of equal rights and opportunities for in the selected type of disability of individuals, carry out an evaluation, and on the basis of the study, provide recommendations aiming at to influencing changes of the social policy.
18. Define possibilities of disability discrimination appeals in the aspect of international law in accordance with the provisions of the Convention Optional Protocol aiming at influencing the national policy at the UNO level.
19. Define and explain the general measures and their mechanisms of action used in neurorehabilitation as well as specific techniques for specific injuries depending on the clinical period. Explain the impact and consequences of drugs and psychotropic substances in the physical activity of the disabled.
20. Identify and describe potential elements and organization approaches of business-like cooperation with medical rehabilitation and other health care professionals, use them in research and / or development programmes for the disabled that are related to or require extrapolation to other trends in the biomedical field.
21. Define and explain integrated and inclusive strategies for organizing physical activity for persons of different types of disabilities, explain the interrelations of physical activity and health, philosophical, cultural, social and educational aspects.
22. Identify possible business-like partnership with physical education and public health professionals and as well as their organization elements, use them in consultation and preparation of joint programmes and / or projects for the disabled in terms of health, and able to embrace the concept of physical, psychological and social well-being.

Activities of teaching and learning:
Student activity and reflection based techniques: group discussion, case analyses, empirical and analytical research, etc.;
Task-based methods: projects, preparation of individual or group of work, reviews, scientific papers and / or others;
Information transfer based methods: lectures – contact and distance, counselling, etc.;
Information transfer and student activity based methods: seminars, workshops, practical work, etc.
Methods of assessment of learning achievements:
Oral assessment methods: presentation, etc.;
Written assessment methods: reviews, scientific papers, case analysis, essays, examination – open, closed and combined testing, etc.;
Integrated (written and oral) assessment methods: projects (individual and group), Master’s Thesis, etc.;
Cumulative assessment methods: portfolio, aiming at collecting the main documents which show the level of developed competencies (knowledge, understanding, special skills, critical thinking, ethical attitudes, etc.).

Specialisations:

Optional courses:

Distinctive features of a study programme:
This is a unique program of study at Lithuanian universities preparing professionals who, on the basis of research, programme and project development and exportation, would seek to implement equal rights and opportunities for the disabled in line with international commitments of Lithuania.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 120
Full-time - 2 (metais)
Study programme:

Administration of computer network

Institution title: Alytus College
Summary of the programme profile:
Future computer network administration engineers study 38 subjects: general subjects of higher education: mathematics, information technologies, databases, foreign languages, physics, civil protection, etc., and special subjects: computer graphics, operating systems, electrical engineering, electronics, management, programming, internet technologies, fundamentals of computer networks, computer networks (CCNA), etc.
Practical studies are carried out in six stages: practice of information technologies, programming practice, computer maintenance practice, practice in application programmes, professional practice, final practice aimed at consolidating knowledge of general technical and special (technological ) subjects, introducing company activities, analyzing computer network structure in a company, documentation procedures, developing skills for creative problem solving in a company, practical skills and socialising. Duration of practical studies is 800 hours.
Study programme of computer network administration is aimed at individuals with secondary education seeking to become computer network engineers.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Full-time - 3 (metais)
Study programme:

Administration of Enterprises and Institutions

Institution title: Public institution Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences
Summary of the programme profile:
General Description:
The purpose of the study program Administration of Institutions and Enterprises (general purpose) is to develop administrative professionals who have the most recent administration and other social science knowledge, are familiar with significant empirical studies in these fields, are able to creatively apply the knowledge, to generate original ideas, to initiate innovation and positive changes in business enterprises or state and public institutions and organizations, to investigate and manage administrative processes, to make reasonable and socially responsible decisions, to contribute effectively to the problem-solving decisions in the management context of organization, city or region, to communicate effectively with different interest groups, to work productively in a team, be responsible for performance, be aware of the importance of ongoing personal and professional development, and be able to select optimal self-development ways.
Objective(s) of the study program:
Objectives:
- To know and understand the theory, revealing a business company or a state and public institution as a unique system and socio-economic construct.
- To know the business and public administration issues and trends in Lithuania and abroad.
- To be able to plan correctly activity of a business company or a state and public institution as well as activity of separate functional areas.
- To be able to organize properly activity of a business company or a state and public institution as well as activity of separate functional areas.
- To be able to perform a complex assessment of an activity of a business company or a state and public institution and their departments.
- To be able to evaluate the setting and its impact on performance and results of a business company or a state and public institution and their departments, to make decisions taking into account changes in the setting.
- To be able to take action and make decisions in a particular functional area of a business company or a state and public institution.
Activities of teaching and learning:
Lectures, practices, individual and group counseling, discussions, teamwork, practical tasks, counting tasks, problematical situations and case analysis, formation of the plan, self-study, literature study, preparation, presentation and defense of plans and projects, fundamental and applied research, other written works, professional practice reports, course paper, final thesis paper and presentations.
Methods of assessment of learning achievements:
Results of the studies are assessed in the semester and during the examination session. A cumulative assessment is applied which components are determined according to the specifics of the subject, the results of the subject and the expected study (study programs) outcomes. Generally the following elements are integrated into the assessment of final results of the subject: the evaluation of intermediate settlement (for example, tests, colloquiums), self-performed work (for example, plan, project, research reports, presentations, other tasks) and the exam. The study uses the system of a cumulative assessment and evaluation of individual items in the study process which influence the final assessment using a rating scale of ten. Mostly the exams are in written form, rarely - in writing and oral. Students fragmentary participate in the evaluation process of some results of subjects (assess each other's work and tasks, provide critical insights).
Framework:
Study subjects (modules), practicum:
The main scope of study subjects are 147 credits (including practicum).
The main subjects: Business Ethics and International Proceedings, Higher Mathematics, Research Methodology and Data Analysis, Management of Documents, Informatics, Basics of Communication, Law, Company Economics, Principles of Accounting, Principles of Management, Principles of Marketing, Personnel Management, Employee Safety and Health, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Organizational Behaviour, Social Responsibility and etc.
The program includes 3 practicums (30 cr.): Cognitive Practicum (9 credits), Computer Practicum of Document Management (6 credits), Final Professional Practicum (15 credits).
Specializations:
Business Administration
Administration of State and Public Institutions
Optional courses:
There is a possibility for students to deepen their knowledge and improve their skills selecting one of two specializations (the four different subjects are taught in each specialization, the scale of which are 15 credits). 3 elective subjects (9 credits) are in the study program, i.e. a student can choose three subjects from the subjects taught in the institution or any other higher education institutions in accordance with their interests and personal motivation.
During the semester students can choose the time for Cognitive and Final Professional practicums. Students can study several programs including the same or subjects which are very close in content. According to the current order in Lithuania, students get credits for subjects and their evaluation from other higher insitutions. A student has an opportunity to study by an individual plan when academic load is formed according to the student’s requests. Students can get credits for informal and self-acquired competencies.
Distinctive features of the study program:
The study program also provides distance learning .
The study program has a wide range of specializations.
Access to further studies:
Graduates can continue to study undergraduate programs in university and after completing additional studies or fulfilling other specific requirements set out by higher institutions, have the opportunity to join the Master’s studies and study postgraduate programs. Graduates have the opportunity to continue their studies in Lithuanian and foreign universities. The relatively higher opportunities of study continuity of a higher-level graduate degree program are for a graduate who chooses studies in the field of social sciences.
Access to professional activity:
The opportunities of professional activities:
Graduates can work in business companies, state and public institutions, other organizations of various sizes (small, medium, large) and types (services, trade and production). They have enough competencies to work qualitatively as administrators or perform any relevant, to set up their own business, successfully integrate into the international labor market as the specialist of that field.
The graduates of this study program can reasonably claim to work as secondary or higher level managers of an organization or its division.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Full-time - 3 (metais), Part-time - 4 (metais)
Study programme:

Administration of Enterprises and Institutions

Institution title: Public bodies Lithuania Vilnius branch of the College of Business
Summary of the programme profile:
General Description:
The purpose of the study program Administration of Institutions and Enterprises (general purpose) is to develop administrative professionals who have the most recent administration and other social science knowledge, are familiar with significant empirical studies in these fields, are able to creatively apply the knowledge, to generate original ideas, to initiate innovation and positive changes in business enterprises or state and public institutions and organizations, to investigate and manage administrative processes, to make reasonable and socially responsible decisions, to contribute effectively to the problem-solving decisions in the management context of organization, city or region, to communicate effectively with different interest groups, to work productively in a team, be responsible for performance, be aware of the importance of ongoing personal and professional development, and be able to select optimal self-development ways.
Objective(s) of the study program:
Objectives:
- To know and understand the theory, revealing a business company or a state and public institution as a unique system and socio-economic construct.
- To know the business and public administration issues and trends in Lithuania and abroad.
- To be able to plan correctly activity of a business company or a state and public institution as well as activity of separate functional areas.
- To be able to organize properly activity of a business company or a state and public institution as well as activity of separate functional areas.
- To be able to perform a complex assessment of an activity of a business company or a state and public institution and their departments.
- To be able to evaluate the setting and its impact on performance and results of a business company or a state and public institution and their departments, to make decisions taking into account changes in the setting.
- To be able to take action and make decisions in a particular functional area of a business company or a state and public institution.
Activities of teaching and learning:
Lectures, practices, individual and group counseling, discussions, teamwork, practical tasks, counting tasks, problematical situations and case analysis, formation of the plan, self-study, literature study, preparation, presentation and defense of plans and projects, fundamental and applied research, other written works, professional practice reports, course paper, final thesis paper and presentations.
Methods of assessment of learning achievements:
Results of the studies are assessed in the semester and during the examination session. A cumulative assessment is applied which components are determined according to the specifics of the subject, the results of the subject and the expected study (study programs) outcomes. Generally the following elements are integrated into the assessment of final results of the subject: the evaluation of intermediate settlement (for example, tests, colloquiums), self-performed work (for example, plan, project, research reports, presentations, other tasks) and the exam. The study uses the system of a cumulative assessment and evaluation of individual items in the study process which influence the final assessment using a rating scale of ten. Mostly the exams are in written form, rarely - in writing and oral. Students fragmentary participate in the evaluation process of some results of subjects (assess each other's work and tasks, provide critical insights).
Framework:
Study subjects (modules), practicum:
The main scope of study subjects are 147 credits (including practicum).
The main subjects: Business Ethics and International Proceedings, Higher Mathematics, Research Methodology and Data Analysis, Management of Documents, Informatics, Basics of Communication, Law, Company Economics, Principles of Accounting, Principles of Management, Principles of Marketing, Personnel Management, Employee Safety and Health, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Organizational Behaviour, Social Responsibility and etc.
The program includes 3 practicums (30 cr.): Cognitive Practicum (9 credits), Computer Practicum of Document Management (6 credits), Final Professional Practicum (15 credits).
Specializations:
Business Administration
Administration of State and Public Institutions
Optional courses:
There is a possibility for students to deepen their knowledge and improve their skills selecting one of two specializations (the four different subjects are taught in each specialization, the scale of which are 15 credits). 3 elective subjects (9 credits) are in the study program, i.e. a student can choose three subjects from the subjects taught in the institution or any other higher education institutions in accordance with their interests and personal motivation.
During the semester students can choose the time for Cognitive and Final Professional practicums. Students can study several programs including the same or subjects which are very close in content. According to the current order in Lithuania, students get credits for subjects and their evaluation from other higher insitutions. A student has an opportunity to study by an individual plan when academic load is formed according to the student’s requests. Students can get credits for informal and self-acquired competencies.
Distinctive features of the study program:
The study program also provides distance learning .
The study program has a wide range of specializations.
Access to further studies:
Graduates can continue to study undergraduate programs in university and after completing additional studies or fulfilling other specific requirements set out by higher institutions, have the opportunity to join the Master’s studies and study postgraduate programs. Graduates have the opportunity to continue their studies in Lithuanian and foreign universities. The relatively higher opportunities of study continuity of a higher-level graduate degree program are for a graduate who chooses studies in the field of social sciences.
Access to professional activity:
The opportunities of professional activities:
Graduates can work in business companies, state and public institutions, other organizations of various sizes (small, medium, large) and types (services, trade and production). They have enough competencies to work qualitatively as administrators or perform any relevant, to set up their own business, successfully integrate into the international labor market as the specialist of that field.
The graduates of this study program can reasonably claim to work as secondary or higher level managers of an organization or its division.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Full-time - 3 (metais), Part-time - 4 (metais)
Study programme:

Advance Nursing Practice

Institution title: Lithuanian University of Health Sciences
Summary of the programme profile:
General Description:
The aim of the study program (s)- is to prepare a competent advanced practice nurse with acquired modern knowledge, practical skills and considerable critical thinking who would rely on the system of professional and personal values formed and is able to apply advanced nursing practice solutions based on scientific research, to work independently in various health care institutions and to take leadership in a dynamic multi-professional environment in order to effectively deal with the problems of health care system.
Learning outcomes:
1. Knowledge and its application
1.1. Know the national and international health policies; health care legislation; health care administration and the peculiarities of individual health care professionals team work and team building principles.
1.2. Know the most common symptoms of the body's systems, diseases, pathogenesis, diagnosis, complications, treatment basics, the formulation of diagnoses, prescription, differential diagnosis bases; pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic principles in the treatment of acute and chronic life threatening conditions; drug consumption patterns; total body response to violations and pathological processes in the human body.
2. Ability to carry out research
2.1. Be able to critically analyze and proper use of the scientific literature, independently plan and carry out research over the scientifically and practically important health and nursing issues, summarize and evaluate the results of a multidisciplinary approach in the national and international context.
2.2. Be able to logically and convincingly present research results and discuss scientific events, to prepare scientific publications.
3. Special skills

3.1.Be able to differentiate between health and disease; diagnose acute cases of disease, identify episodes of exacerbations of chronic diseases and provide assistance; will be able to predict and diagnose critical state of health; selection of appropriate clinical interventions in acute conditions and life-threatening situations.
3.2. Be able to recognize episodes of exacerbation of chronic diseases; perform selection / screening; select appropriate interventions during routine procedures; selection of appropriate clinical interventions in acute conditions and life-threatening situations.
4. Social skills
4.1. Ability to think strategically and work in a team with other professionals in responsible and informed decisions in changing situations.
5. Personal skills
5.1. Ability to integrate knowledge and manage complex situations, make decisions, evaluate alternative solutions, critically evaluate their own and others' professional practice

Activities of teaching and learning:
Lectures, practical work, seminars, student’s independent work, work in groups, case analysis, discussions, projects, research work based on problem solving, simulation.
Methods of assessment of learning achievements:
Cumulative grading is applied. The final grade is the sum of the cumulative part (50%) and the final test grade (50%). The cumulative grading is used for evaluating certain study results to be obtained. The final grade includes the components of the course (module) curriculum (intermediary tests, self-study tasks, written examination), which are expressed in percentage in the study curriculum.
Framework:
Study subjects (modules), practical training:
Postgraduate program Advance Nursing Practice - 2 years; volume -120 credits in the form of - permanent, nature study - full-time study. The study program is executed four semesters, each with a volume of 30 credits.
The program study subject: Clinical ethics, Clinical pharmacology, Research Methodology, Pathological physiology, Health care system management, law and quality, Health promotion and disease prevention programmes, Final qualification exam, Assessment of health condition and management of chronic and acute diseases (conditions), Final master thesis.

Distinctive features of a study program:
Advanced nursing practice nurse will be able to work independently, taking over part of the functions of doctors.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 120
Full-time - 2 (metais)
Study programme:

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Institution title: International School of Law and Business
Summary of the programme profile:
Future advertising managers study human resource management, advertising production technologies, brand management and creation, communicational theory, intercultural communication, internet advertising, computer graphics, organisation and management of advertising campaigns, creation of the style of a company, public relations, etc.

Practical studies are conducted in two stages: advertising management and final practice. The duration of practical studies is 20 weeks. During studies, the skills required to analyse business correspondence, carry out marketing research, create advertising, use computer design programmes, etc., are consolidated and improved.

The marketing management study programme is designed for people who have secondary general education and aspire to be marketing managers.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Full-time - 3 (metais), Part-time - 4 (metais)
Study programme:

Agribusiness Technologies

Institution title: Klaipeda State College
Summary of the programme profile:
General Description:
Objective(s) of a study programme:
Agribusiness Technologies
Learning outcomes:
To train a broad profile Professional Bachelor in College Education, that is able to project, organize and manage technological processes of agricultural production
1. To be aware of legal acts, principles of documentation arrangement.
2. To know about qualities of plant species and animal breeds, their qualities of development, regularities of efficiency formation, changes and improvement.
3. To define the importance of soil to ecosystems and agricultural activity.
4. To develop and apply the knowledge and skills of the fundamental sciences in the professional activity.
5. To apply skills and knowledge of social, physical and technological sciences in the professional activity.
6. To collect, systemize and analyze data, sources and information, survey outputs while developing agribusiness and working on the reports and final projects.
7. To evaluate quality of the items produced and the works executed.
8. To organize and plan the technological process of plant production and animal husbandry.
9. To select elements of the technological process of plant production and animal husbandry, and the material resources needed.
10. To exploit agricultural buildings.
11. To organize storage and marketing of the agricultural production.
12. To analyze and assess business environment and own opportunities.
13. To plan activity of an enterprise, its income and to manage the process of company operation.
14. To apply knowledge of the Lithuanian and foreign languages in the professional activity.
15. To be aware of the current policy of the environment protection and global problems
Activities of teaching and learning:
Learning and teaching focuses on the student. Lectures, practical work (task-based), individual work, term papers and thesis, independent study of literature, discussions and group work.
Methods of assessment of learning achievements:
Study results are evaluated during the semester. Is applied the formative (informal) assessment and formal assessment, based on a cumulative manner; each subject (module) study is completed by a written examination or self-performed work tasks delivery and evaluation of professional practice evaluation report. Exam assessments from 1 to 4 are not satisfactory. At the end of the program the thesis prepared and defended.
Framework:
Study subjects (modules), practical training:
Study programs consist of 180 credits (4800 working hours). Permanent length of study - three years (6 semesters), part-time study duration of four years ( 8 semesters).
Volume of the subjects of the basics in the study field of the Study Programmer is - 156 credits (87%), general subjects of the collegial studies – 15 credits (8%). 30 credits (18 % ) is for practices, optional subjects 9 credit (5%), final practice 9 credits(5%) and work on the final thesis 9 credits (5%).
Students spend 940 hours of theory lectures, 1010 hours of workshops, 404 hours counseling and evaluation and 2446 hours for independent activities.
Specialisations:
-
Optional courses:
The students can increase their knowledge in the fields of study, choosing alternative field of study subjects
Distinctive features of a study programmer:
Lithuanian is the language of instruction. Knowledge and skills are formed to work in the appropriate areas of agriculture. The study programmer is focused on the development of a personality with broad outlook, creative and critical thinking, able to communicate well, to deal with problems of agriculture and applying advanced technologies, able to organize agricultural production, its marketing and to assure the quality of agricultural products, able to establish a company and to adjust creatively to changes of the labor market
Access to professional activity or further study:
Access to Professional activity:
Professional Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences will be able to:
• Organize technological process of plant production and animal husbandry.
• Establish a company of plant production, animal husbandry or any other agricultural company, to manage production, storing and marketing work of the agricultural produce.
• Analyze technological documentation, estimate technologies of agricultural production, plan production applying innovations in practice.
• Communicate and cooperate with the subordinates and employees in other establishments, business partners, possess knowledge of management, law and environment protection.
• Estimate costs of production, develop business and activity plans of a company, to analyze economic business environment.
• Evaluate environment of the agricultural business and market of the produce.
• Assure quality of plant production and animal husbandry produce.
Access to further study:
Having completed the study programmer, the graduates will be able to access to further studies in other higher schools in Lithuania and abroad that are approved according to the order set in Lithuania: ASU (Agronomy, Plant Biology and Selection, Smart Husbandry and etc.) and to continue studies in foreign universities.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Full-time - 3 (metais), Part-time - 4 (metais)
Field of education: Personal services
Sub-sector of education: Services for individuals (general programs)
Study programme:

Aircraft mechanism technical maintenance

Institution title: Kaunas Technical College
Summary of the programme profile:
General Description:
Objective(s) of a study programme:
The main objective of the study programme “Aircraft Mechanism Technical Maintenance” is to prepare specialists who:
• Have knowledge and abilities necessary for engineering activity in high-tech global market;
• Develop the need to be interested in engineering science knowledge, manage to apply them in different situations, are able to combine the skills application with the basics of business and management, with the humanities and social sciences, understand the impact and importance of engineering solutions for the development of society;
• Have knowledge of aircraft structural components, engine and fuel systems, hydraulic and pneumatic networks, gear, aircraft flight and landing systems and their maintenance characteristics;
• Are erudite persons, able to think critically and creatively;
• Are able to maintain their professional competence throughout their lives.
Learning outcomes:
• Know general physical processes and phenomena of natural sciences that explain the natural and technological environment processes, and mathematics patterns and laws that are necessary to understand the fundamental basics of air transport functioning.
• Know the fundamental concepts of aerospace engineering study field related to the study programme and understand their content.
• Have basic knowledge of Aerospace engineering study programme which are important in practice.
• Know mechanical engineering area problems and their solution context.
• Be able to find necessary information applying IT, databases, software and other scientific and engineering sources of information.
• Have skills to work with equipment used in aerospace engineering related to study programme.
• Be able to apply knowledge and understanding analysing engineering problems and selecting proper methods and equipment for their solution.
• Be able to select engineering solutions and tools and equipment necessary for their implementation.
• Understand ethical, environment protection and commercial considerations of engineering activity.
• Understand the principles of engineering activity organization; know the main requirements for environment protection, work safety and fire prevention.
• Be able to solve engineering tasks individually and in team.
• Be able to communicate to engineering community and general public.
• Understand the impact of engineering solutions to the public and environment, comply with professional ethics and standards of engineering, and understand the responsibility of engineering activity results.
• Understand the main project implementation and project management aspects on engineering level.
• Comprehend the importance of lifelong learning and prepare to it.
Activities of teaching and learning:
Student - oriented teaching applying innovative teaching and learning methods.
Methods of assessment of learning achievements:
Learning achievements assessment is carried out during the semester and examination session. Cumulative assessment system is applied and learning achievements are assessed by interim assessments. Examination or course paper presentation is applied during examination session. Ten grade scale system is applied. Final grade consists of interim and examination grades. Final grade is calculated according the proportions foreseen in the subject description.
Framework:
Study subjects (modules), practical training:
Scope of general collegial subjects – 15 credits.
Foreign language (English), Aviation law, Philosophy/Sociology, Situation management psychology.
Scope of core and compulsory subjects – 141 credits.
Mathematics, Physics, Information Technologies, Engineering Graphics, Technical Measurements, Computer-Aided Drawing, Mechanics, Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering, Development of Aviation, Aviation Engineering Materials, Human Factor in Aviation Engineering, Environment Protection and Human Safety, Fundamentals of Aerodynamics, Exploitation Materials for Aviation, Aircraft Types, Structure and Systems, Aircraft Structural Elements, Semester work 1, Aircraft Engines and Fuel Systems, Aircraft Computer Systems, Project Management, Aircraft Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems, Aircraft Flight and Landing Systems, Aviation Materials Machining and Riveting Technologies, Semester work 2.
Scope of subjects for deeper specialization – 15 credits.
Aircraft Repair Technologies, Aircraft Maintenance.
Practical training: Training Practice, Aircraft Technological Practice I, Aircraft Technological Practice II, Final Practice.
Specialisations:
-
Optional courses:
Possibility to choose subjects (modules) of different area
Distinctive features of a study programme:
Study programme is oriented towards both - the development of professional special competences and general skills and values.
Access to professional activity or further study:
Access to professional activity:
Graduates who are awarded Aircraft Mechanism Technical Maintenance Professional bachelor degree can work in aircraft or helicopter repair and maintenance companies, in airports and their departments and other enterprises that require mechanical engineers and technicians.
Access to further study:
Graduates of the study programme have an access to Master‘s Degree.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Full-time - 3 (metais)
Study programme:

Animal husbandry

Institution title: Lithuanian University of Health Sciences
Summary of the programme profile:
Future specialists in animal husbandry technology study bioinformatics, the welfare of farm-bred animals, ecological animal husbandry, the organisation of scientific testing, the technology and issues of quality involved in the processing of raw materials, etc.
Scientific research is organised in stages: planning of individual work, data collection, statistical data processing, and preparation of a master’s thesis. The duration of scientific research is 800 hours and the preparation of the thesis is 700 hours.
Professional training is not planned
This master’s degree programme in animal husbandry technology is intended for individuals who have acquired a bachelor’s degree and would like to become specialists in animal husbandry technology.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 105
Full-time - 2 (metais), Part-time - 2.5 (metais)
Field of education: Personal services
Sub-sector of education: Hotels, restaurants and public catering
Study programme:

Animal husbandry

Institution title: Lithuanian University of Health Sciences
Summary of the programme profile:
General Description:
Objective(s) of a study programme:
To train animal husbandry technologists of high qualification, capable to apply and ensure the updated technologies for animal raising, handling, balanced nutrition, breeding, productivity enhancement, quality and safety of animal origin products, animal wellness; to investigate, to propagate knowledge, to solve complicated problems of animal husbandry area, to apply skills and knowledge in independent activity; to train educated , integral personalities ready for second cycle study.

Learning outcomes:
To apply knowledge and understanding about biological peculiarities of farm animals and plants, principles of indications heritability and changeability, the peculiarities of animal productivity and principles of ecology and environmental protection:
to analyse, evaluate and compare functional and morphological diversity of various biological systems, structure and composition of animals’ organs, physiological and biochemical processes in a living organism;
to understand and evaluate environmental factors, their impact on ecosystem, health of humans and animals, usage and protection of nature resources of all kinds;
to understand basic laws of environmental protection and apply them in the activity performed;
to apply fundamental knowledge of genetics, required for work with animals and animal biological material and to understand correlation between impairments in genome functioning and farm indications, diseases of animals; to evaluate animals according to genotype and phenotype; to breed animals improving their genetic potential.
Ensure, evaluate and control complete animal nutrition, resources of feeds, their quality and technologies of their preparing:
to apply progressive technologies for preparing and producing various feeds, feed additives and supplements;
to obtain various samples for different laboratory analyses, to prepare samples for analysis, applying optimal ways for their storage or conservation;
to perform main analysis procedures, to apply general analysis methods for investigation and analyse the obtained results;
to identify feeds quality on the ground of sensory analysis and laboratory analyses data, to calculate the ratios for animals and to apply evaluation methods for feeds nutritive characteristics according to the energy of metabolism and production;
to apply various ways for feeds storage, preparing for feeding, distribution, mechanization of animal watering processes, equipment and tools;
to implement system of Good production practice in mechanism of animal husbandry;
to apply systems of rationed animal feeding, required nutrients to maintain the life processes and production synthesis.
to organise animal feeding for various technological groups, ensuring their productivity, wellness, reproductive characteristics, rational and economic usage of feeds.
To apply and control the newest technologies for animal raising, keeping, handling, breeding, ensuring quantity and quality of the production, conformity to the production standards and efficiency of the farm:
to analyse and generalise the data of animal productivity and breeding recording, to foresee results of selection;
to analyse and apply legislation of animal breeding;
to understand, apply and evaluate the factors affecting production quality of cattle meat and milk; technologies for raising and keeping progeny and adult animals, breeding;
to choose adequate milking equipment and milking technology, to prepare and keep milk in an appropriate way, to collect milk samples;
to apply industrial methods and the newest technology for getting milk of good quality;
to evaluate milk quality, condition of milk dishes, milking apparatus considering veterinary sanitation, to perform basic analysis of milk and milk products and to determine their quality;
to understand, apply and evaluate technologies for raising and producing products of sheep, goats, production quality and to propose schemes for its improvement, to keep records of breeding;
to evaluate pig breeding prospects, productivity and producing of organic poultry products;
to organize reproduction of a pig herd, choosing keeping systems, technologies for keeping and rearing in pig enterprises of different production field, commercial poultry production;
to apply practical skills for horses identification and main technologies for selection, raising training and optimal use of horses;
to evaluate breeds of carnivorous and herbivorous fur animals, their reproductive properties, progeny raising, feeding, handling, disease prevention, fur quality;
evaluate and ensure genetic potential of poultry, quality of systems for their keeping, production of eggs and meat - poultry production;
to apply and evaluate strategy for development of fish farming, technologies for breeding and raising cold water and warm water fishes, principles for equipment of fish farms;
to apply and evaluate the advanced technologies for bee keeping, to execute breeding in bee keeping;
to evaluate reproductive function of various animals, to identify the most frequent ailments, to organise prophylaxis;
to evaluate principles of animal technology and organising the work of animal technologists;
to understand and evaluate environmental factors and their impact on animal organism, formation and improvement of microclimate in buildings of animal husbandry, possibilities and conditions of transportation;
to organise and manage activity of animal husbandry enterprise and its divisions;
to form resources required for manufacturing of animal husbandry products and be active in competitive market.
To work in team solving professional issues, to consistently improve professional skills of a technologist of animal husbandry:
to apply LR orders and documents regulating professional activity;
to plan and organise practical work of a technologist, to act honestly, to think critically and self-critically, be initiative, independent, communicate and work in team;
to solve professional problems pursuant to professional competence, ethics and make solutions;
to collaborate with agricultural and other institutions;
to work in various areas related to the production and reproducing of animal products in Lithuania and international area;
to integrate knowledge seeking optimal professional goals;
to organise and manage actions for preventing harm and rescue work in emergencies, to apply principles of first aid and prophylaxis;
to take innovative decisions preparing projects in the area of animal husbandry.
To apply advanced achievements of fundamental and applied sciences in the area of animal husbandry:
to apply principles for development of science information;
to use specialised databases and to analyse scientific information;
to apply study skills required for qualification improvement of animal husbandry technologists;
to study independently professional literature for educational development of a personality;
to develop independent learning skills, required for continuing studies in another cycle.

Activities of teaching and learning:
Conventional lecture, written work, analysis of mistakes, demonstration, practical classes, individual and team work, presentations, case analysis, problems solution, consultations
Methods of assessment of learning achievements:
Animal Husbandry Technology study programme‘s student‘s achievements conception is concerted with national and international document‘s content. Europe Parliament and Council‘s reccomendations 2008/C 111/01/EB for students achievement‘s evaluation are adjusted for Europe‘s lifelong learning qualifications union‘s establishmentdėl therefor the evaluation has two aims: to evaluate student‘s progress and final studies results, that are named as predictable studies results in studies programme. Student’s achievements evaluation system’s principles are named in LUHS studies regulations. Accumulative evaluation system is applied in first level’s studies programmes. Discipline’s studies results achievements are evaluated by an exam, practical results achievement’s – by practice defence, whole study programme’s results achievements are evaluated by bachelor’s final thesis, which a student starts to preprare after the studies started, and later present it in public commission. Requirements for bachelor thesis preparation and methodic guidelines are given in Animal Husbandry Technology studies programmes final thesis preparation’s and defence regulation, that is certified in a session of Animal Husbandry faculty council in 2016 November 9th, No. of report 3 (100). Methodical assistance for lecturers while selecting methods of evaluation is given by university lecturers educational competence centre.
Framework:
Study subjects (modules), practical training:
The number of subjects to be studied in full-time study is not higher than 7 (practice including), whereas study subject volume is not less than 3 ECTS credits. The study scope per one study year (2 semesters) – 60 ECTS credits. The study Programme comprises general university subjects (B) and subjects of study field (S). General university subjects – 9.17% of the programme structure, the study subjects of the main study field – 83.33% and electives – 7.5%.
During the year, full time students study between 10 and 15 subjects/modules, the scope of which is from 3 to 8 ECTS credits. Students’ independent work comprises on average 38 per cent of the scope of every subject. During a year of continuous studies, students study between 4 and 10 subject/modules (scope between 3 and 12 ECTS credits). The amount of 80 per cent of every subject is set for independent work.
For continuous study the mentioned subjects/modules are distributed conforming to the same principles as in full time study, only during a longer period of time: the subjects for basic knowledge – I-III years; speciality subjects – III-VI study years.
In AHT first cycle full time study, students commence formation of practical skills from semester 4 in the study year II, and complete in semester 6, study year III. To form practical skills students apply the acquired theoretical knowledge at LUHS practical centre of training and experimentation, enterprises for feed production, laboratories, Institute of Animal Husbandry, individual farms and others. Total of 22 guided learning hours (15 ETCS credits) are set for formation of practical skills between II and III study years.
In continuous study, students start formation of practical skills in study year IV (7-8 semesters).Total scope comprises 22 guided learning hours (15 ETCS credits). To form practical skills students apply the acquired theoretical knowledge at the same animal husbandry enterprises as full time students.
The knowledge and skills acquired during study process are consolidated at practice. Students obtain theoretical and partial practical knowledge required to perform practice before starting it. Before starting practice activity, the required subjects had already been studied by the students. In the first cycle of full-time animal husbandry technology study, the production practice is executed in the IV year, semester 8 (15 ECTS credits); in the Continuous study – VI year, semester 11 (15 ECTS credits).

Specialisations:
-
Optional courses:

Students of I-III study years choose 2 elective subjects from the electives list (each equals to 3 ECTS credits per semester). During AHT full time bachelor study, at least 18 ECTS credits are acquired from elective subjects. For study subjects chosen by students, 7.5% of the Programme scope is allotted. Students of AHT bachelor continuous study have the same electives as full time students, only the number of independent work is higher by 42 per cent.
Distinctive features of a study programme:
The study Programme ensures formation of steady theoretical knowledge and practical skills, guaranteeing career in labor market of Lithuania and foreign countries. The animal husbandry technology (AHT) Programme is aiming at preparing highly qualified specialists bachelors of agricultural area, using teaching-scientific staff, experimental base for breed value investigation of laboratory animals, reproduction, and quality analysis of animal origin products.

Access to professional activity or further study:
Access to professional activity:
A person, having acquired professional qualification of animal husbandry technology may take a position of animal husbandry technologist and realise the knowledge and skills in a variety of animal husbandry areas: animal raising, keeping, care, working in breeding enterprises and farms, industry of feeds production, enterprises for feeds evaluation and control, enterprises of production quality evaluation both in national and foreign sectors.

Access to further study:
Bachelors of AHT may continue their study in master’s programme.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 240
Full-time - 4 (metais), Part-time - 6 (metais)
Field of education: Personal services
Sub-sector of education: Hotels, restaurants and public catering
Study programme:

Animal Science

Institution title: Lithuanian University of Health Sciences
Summary of the programme profile:
General Description:
Objective(s) of a study programme:
is to train highly qualified, socially responsible specialists of animal science, having fundamental knowledge in the areas of agriculture and veterinary studies and capable to choose animal breeding methods, technologies for animal keeping and nutrition, to assess animal behaviour, to ensure animal welfare and healthiness, to use animals effectively as resources for recreation² and health improvement of humans and to be able to solve problems of other specialised professional activity, to develop competitive business.
Learning outcomes:
To understand the preconditions of human cognitive capabilities, phenomenon and self-expression
Will be able to study independently, to think critically and creatively, consistently develop professionalism
To be able to work in team, communicate and cooperate in native and foreign languages (in written and orally).
To be basic knowledge in biology, morphology, physiology of animals and be able to apply it for recognition of biological and biochemical processes.
To be knowledge in nutrition, agronomy and feeding of animals and be able to apply it for impact assessment of nutritive factors on health and reproductive properties of animals and on their supply with feeds.
To be special knowledge in genetics, behaviour, reproduction and immunology of animals and will be able to apply it to ensure breeding, health promotion, welfare of animals and environmental pollution reduction, implementing health care in the professional activity.
To be know consistent patterns of animal-environmental correlation, behaviour peculiarities and problems , will be able to assess the impact of environmental factors on animals, to detect the correlation between disease prevalence among animals, society and environment.
To be know the updated technologies for animal keeping and raising and their application in professional activity.
To be know the basic categories of economics, management, marketing and factors described by them, processes, functions, consistent patterns, methods of economics, management and marketing and their application in professional activity.
To be know the peculiarities of personality development, will have knowledge in health psychology and the application of its methods in health care, prophylaxis and prevention, will understand the sense and essence of animal therapy, will have knowledge concerning methods of its application, target groups and principles of work.
To be able to collect and analyse data required to solve problems in animal science using achievements and methods of investigations in fundamental and applied sciences.
To be able to interpret information of animal science and to apply it in a wider context of professional activity and research.
To be able to assess and analyse animals’ physiological nutritional requirements, to formulate diets, organize animal feeding, to choose appropriate feeding technologies, to organise production of feeds.
To be able to organise animal breeding, to apply innovative methods for animal selection, to improve selective value.
To be able perform first aid, to choose and apply systems for animal hygiene and welfare.
To be able to evaluate psychological needs of persons suffering from variuos diseases, to apply methods of animal therapy, considering animals biological characteristics, to ensure animal welfare during the process of animal therapy.
To be able to consult animal keepers regarding issues of ethology, welfare, breeding, nutrition, keeping and usage of animals.
To be able to create business enterprises, to organise and accomplish activity, choose resources, to make decisions for business development, to investigate market and to prepare a set of marketing actions.
To be knowledge on responsible handling and breeding of dogs, basics of training for special purposes, and peculiarities of hunting, decorative and service cynology.
To be characteristics of equine nutrition, main signs of diseases, progressive methods of reproduction, principles, methods and procedures for rearing and training, technologies for horses raising and education of equestrians.
To be knowledge in usage of fishing ponds and other aqua resources for recreational and sport fishing, diseases of aquatic organisms, their causes, will have knowledge in breeding, raising and feeding technologies of aquatic organisms; their purpose and application principles.
To be able to identify main breeds of dogs for playing, service and hunting, to plan, organise, choose and assess methods for dogs selection, technologies of feeding, raisng and keeping, to identify hereditary diseases, to perform dogs selection for training, will acquire primary skills in dogs training and capabilities to test characteristics for shows and work.
To be able to assess horses‘ nutritional needs in different periods of reproduction, to choose appropriate training methods, to select means and methods for health promotion.
To be able to organise recreational activity and related activities in fishing ponds and other waters, to assess impact of fish diseases on environment and to choose measures and methods for prevention and protection.
To be able to constructively communicate in interpersonal and multicultural surrounding, to work independently and in team.
To declare and understand various opinions and participate in argumentative discussion solving specialized problems of professional activity.
To be able to study independently and develop skills, to apply acquired knowledge in professional activity and to teach others.
Activities of teaching and learning:
Conventional lecture, written work, analysis of mistakes, demonstration, practical classes, individual and team work, presentations, case analysis, problems solution, consultations
Methods of assessment of learning achievements:
Animal science study programme‘s student‘s achievements conception is concerted with national and international document‘s content. Europe Parliament and Council‘s reccomendations 2008/C 111/01/EB for students achievement‘s evaluation are adjusted for Europe‘s lifelong learning qualifications union‘s establishmentdėl therefor the evaluation has two aims: to evaluate student‘s progress and final studies results, that are named as predictable studies results in studies programme. Student’s achievements evaluation system’s principles are named in LUHS studies regulations. Accumulative evaluation system is applied in first level’s studies programmes. Discipline’s studies results achievements are evaluated by an exam, practical results achievement’s – by practice defence, whole study programme’s results achievements are evaluated by bachelor’s final thesis, which a student starts to preprare after the studies started, and later present it in public commission. Requirements for bachelor thesis preparation and methodic guidelines are given in animal science studies programmes final thesis preparation’s and defence regulation, that is certified in a session of Animal Husbandry faculty council in 2016 November 9th, No. of report 3 (100). Methodical assistance for lecturers while selecting methods of evaluation is given by university lecturers educational competence centre.
Framework:
Study subjects (modules), practical training:
Disciplines of this study programme in first level‘s and extended studies consist 177 ECTS credits, common university disciplines – 15 ECTS credits. In the first year, main disciplines are common university disciplines (introduction to university studies; vernacular language; philosophy; mathematics and informatics) and studies direction‘s disciplines (animal biology; genetics; biochemistry; cell biology; animal morphology and physiology; agronomy). Second year consists of studies direction‘s disciplines (biostatistics; ecology and environment control; forage science; animal nutrition; animal breeding and other disciplines). In the IV semester, in second year, students already choose specialization and start to improve their knowledge in particular specialization. In „Cynology“ specialization: dog‘s nutrition (IV semester), Dog‘s breeds, breeding and appliance (V semester), Dog‘s diseases (VI semester); in „Horse breeding“ specialization: horse‘s nutrition, diseases (IV semester), Horse‘s breeding and training (V semester), Horse‘s reproduction (VI semester); in „Aquiculture“ specialization: bussiness and recreational aquiculture (IV semester), Fish, crustaceans and zooplancton cultivation technologies (V semester), Fish disease (VI semester). In V semester, 3rd year, main disciplines are of studies direction (marketing; animal breeding). VI semester: Animal therapy for patients rehabilitation; Applied health psychology; Animal health.
15 credits are commited for practice.
Specialisations:
From IV sewmester student must choose one of the specializations: „Cynology“ ,“Horse breeding“ and „Aquiculture“. Each specialization consists of 23 ECTS credits. In „Cynology“ specialization: dog‘s nutrition, dog‘s breeds, breeding and appliance, dog;s diseases; in „Horse breeding“ specialization: horse‘s nutrition, diseases, breeding and training, horse‘s reproduction; in „Aquiculture“ specialization: bussiness and recreational aquiculture, fish, crustaceans and zooplankton‘s cultivation technologies, fish diseases.
Disciplines of specializations are constituted in sequence, so that a student would improve own knowledge gradually: in disciplines of animal nutrition, breeding, training, reproduction, diseases and rural animal‘s production quality.
Optional courses:
Optional subjects (3 credits):
Students have an opportunity to choose freely elective disciplines, which main ai mis to develop social and personal abilities and competentions. Elective disciplines: Common chemistry; History of civilizations; Europe integration processes; Natural and traditional olericulture; Physical education; Invasive species; Animal non-genetic resources; Foreign language (italian, danish, russian, french, swedish, german); World‘s biologic variety; Horse breeding technologies; Animals and health, Sport games.
Distinctive features of a study programme:
Programmme‘s distinctiveness. Animal science studies programme‘s authenticity is conditioned by the fact that LUHS is the only university preparing agriculture and veterinary direction‘s , animal science specialists. Study programme is unique for for having three specializations: cynology, horse breeding, aquiculture. Programme is designed for developing students knowledge about animals, that are kept for aesthetic and communication requirements, it‘s appliance in recreation, bussiness and other requirements. Studies plan was renewed in 2014. Some of disciplines were unified, some had their content adjusted, and besides that there were some new disciplins created, satying within 20 pct. of main disciplines adjustment from programme inventory. Considering students intentions and expectations SPK permanent and extended Animal science studies had changed disciplines‘ name and content from „Animal production output“ to „Rural animal‘s breeding II“.
Animal science committee transfered discipline „Mathematics and informatics“ (3 ECTS credits) from II year to I year, considering to discipline‘s sequence, and the discipline „Forage science“ (3 ECTS credits) was transfered from I year to II year. SPK had adjusted the content of disciplines, considering studies quality improvement and students intentions: two modules, i.e. „Rural animal‘s breeding I“ (15 ECTS credits) and „Rural animal‘s breeding II (15 ECTS credits) were eliminated and a module „Animal breeding“ (10 ECTS credits) was suggested instead. After suggesting a new module with a lesser count of credits, the rest of 20 ECTS were distributed as following: 5 ECTS credits were added for specializations (from 18 credits for specializations to 23 ECTS credits), the discipline „Applied ecology and animal safety“ was enlarged by 3 ECTS credits (from 6 ECTS credits to 9 ECTS credits) and two new disciplines were involved – „Animal therapy for patients rehabilitation“ (6 ECTS credits) and „Applied health psychology“ (6 ECTS credits).
Committee of studies programme involved more elective disciplines like „Horse‘s breeding technologies“, „Animals and health“ and „World‘s biological variety“, considering to students suggestions that were told during sessions.
There were agreements signed with foreign universitieson animal science committee member‘s and LUHS International relations and studies center initiative, and through these agreements students of animal science study programme now have an opportunity to leave abroad for Erasmus programme studies to such foreign universities and companies as following: Kaposvá University – Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (Hungary); SGGW – Warsaw University of Life Sciences – Faculty of Animal Sciences (Poland); University of Agriculture in Krakow (Poland); The University of Szeged, Faculty of Agriculture (Vengrija); Elmtree dog training and education centre (England).
Access to professional activity or further study:
Access to professional activity:
Further studies opportunities:
Prospective programme‘s studies results – knowledge and abilities necessary for animal product‘s sales and services in companies, forage manufacturing and sales companies, recreational services bussiness structures (rural tourism homesteads), public safety institutions (state board security, customs-house, police, national defence, inprisonment institutions cynology centers), various non- governmental organizations, health recreation services center (canitherapy, hippotherapy), animal shelters, besides that to develop own bussiness.
Programme‘s place among other study programmes of other universities, of the same direction.
Animal science main study programme is the only Animal science branche‘s programme in Lithuania, which is pursued in Lithuanian University of Health Sciences.
In summary, it can be claimed that this study programme is unique and corresponds University‘s mission, nowadays scientific tendencies. Programme‘s aims and predictable studies results are precise, public, corresponds studies sort, first level and VI qualifications level. Since 1st graduate students are going to graduate in 2017, comprehensive study programme‘s aim, results description and evaluation cannot be given. In pursuit of match of expectations of social partners, a further periodic supervision of studies is necessary. A periodic supervision of study programmes and tendencies, scientific researches, employment market. Programme theme‘s in Lithuania and foreign countries, in pursuit of expeditiously reacting when correcting and adjusting study programme‘s results.
Access to further study:
Animal science study programme‘s graduates will be able to continue studies - master studies.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 210
Full-time - 3.5 (metais), Part-time - 5 (metais)
Field of education: Personal services
Sub-sector of education: Hotels, restaurants and public catering
Study programme:

Applied Informatics and Programming

Institution title: Public institution Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences
Summary of the programme profile:
General Description:
Objective(s) of a study program:
The aim of the Applied Informatics and Programming study programme – to prepare highly qualified specialists of Informatics study field, focused on the areas of software development or computer network administration, who are able to adapt to changes in contemporary market and are aware of importance of self-directed learning (self-study) and life-long learning.
Learning outcomes:
Fundamental knowledge and it application:
1.1 Applies knowledge of mathematics, theoretical informatics (computer science), data structures and algorithm, principles of technical and network equipment operation, protocols and standards when creating and analysing computer systems.
1.2 Is able to explain the latest technologies / solutions in the field of informatics (virtualization, cloud computing, embedded systems, etc.) and to use correct professional terminology in spoken and written language.
1.3. Applies knowledge of structured and object-oriented programming (OOP), understand and apply different life cycle processes of computer systems.
1.4. Understands, integrates and applies in practice the knowledge of different fields of sciences (physical, technological, social, the humanities) to solve problems in the area of the studied subject.
Research skills:
2.1. Is able to gather, analyse, process data and interpret the obtained results required for solving specific professional problems.
2.2 Applies theoretical knowledge in practice selecting appropriate methods, technical and software tools, programming languages, frameworks and modern programming environments for realization of specific tasks or projects.
Special abilities:
3.1. Applies agile methods in software development, according to customer requirements specify the process, component or software product by applying modern design tools and following the standards that prevail in the market.
3.2. Performs graphical and design work, creates databases, websites, and other simple software.
3.3. Applies knowledge of computerized hardware and architecture, hardware technical standards; install operating systems and other applied and special software. Is able to program smart equipment management software (program microcontrollers) or other special software.
3.4. Applies the acquired knowledge on cloud computing, computer networks, information transmission models, protocols and standards when configuring and testing networks, and is able to apply data protection tools.
Spec. Web Development (alternative)
3.5. A Creates new web projects, web services or maintains and develops the existing ones by applying the selected programming languages, platforms or frameworks.
Spec. Mobile Application Development (alternative)
3.5. B Creates local and hybrid mobile applications, web services or maintains and develops the existing ones by applying the selected programming languages, platforms or frameworks; understand the Internet of Things technologies.
Spec. Computer Network Administration (alternative)
3.5. C Diagnoses and eliminates software and technical computer networking equipment failures, administers servers and other network equipment and ensure safe data transmission through information system and uninterrupted operation of network services.
Social abilities:
4.1. Fluently and suggestively expresses his/her ideas in spoken and written language, communicates effectively and tolerantly with professionals and other persons when solving tasks related to professional activity in Lithuanian and a foreign language.
4.2. Works in a team implementing projects, solving professional activity tasks, assumes responsibility for the quality of his/her and subordinate employees’ activity.
Personal abilities:
5.1. Plans, organises his/her work and individually develops his/her skills understanding the importance of life-long learning and professional development.
Activities of teaching and learning:
Explanatory/illustrative lecture, demonstration, practice, project work, group work, distance learning methods, exercises, laboratory work, test, written work and etc.
Methods of assessment of learning achievements:
Applicable ten-point scale and criterion-cumulative assessment scheme. Studies of each subject are completed by exam. The final assessment of the study subject consist of the cumulative assessment (accumulated during the semester) and the exam.
Framework:
Study subjects (modules), practical training:
Study field subjects: Information technologies, Mathematics, Programming C/C++, Computer graphics and design, Website programming, Basics of logic and discrete mathematic, Classic and modern OS, Object-oriented programming, Computer statistics, Programming php, Databases, Computers hardware, Computer network and IS security, 3D design and animation, Computers architecture, Software engineering, Data structures and algorithms, Embedded systems, Virtualization and cloud computing, IT project management, Portfolio and career planning.
Web development spec.: Front-end web development, Back-end web development, Web services, IS design and CASE technologies.
Mobile application development spec.: Mobile application development, Hybrid mobile application development, Web services, Internet of things.
Computer network spec.: Computer network technologies, Switching and routing, Connecting networks, Computer network security.
Practices: Introductory practice (6 cr.), Training practices (9 cr.) and Professional practice (15 cr.).
Specializations:
Web Development, Mobile Application Development, Computer Network Administration.
Optional courses:
Students have possibility to choose 3 elective subjects (totally 9 cr.).
Distinctive features of the study program:
The part of the first practice is performed in SIMULITH center practical training firm “Biurometa“. College has CISCO networking academy laboratory, Computer Network Administration subjects are aligned with Cisco's training program, so students have opportunity to take pass CCNA exam. Individual courses may be taught in distance learning format.
Access to professional activity or further study
Access to professional activity:
Graduates may work as programmers, IT specialists in various companies, graphic designers, IT service administrators, computer network administrators, project managers or projects manager’s assistants.
Graduates may also set up own businesses or work as free-lancers.
Access to further study:
The graduates may continue studies at universities in bridging studies. Upon successful completion of last one, or have fulfilled the requirements of other higher education institutions the persons can join the computer science or computer engineering relevant postgraduate studies.
Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Full-time - 3 (metais), Part-time - 4 (metais)
Study programme:

Applied photography

Institution title: Vilnius College of Design
Duration in credits, form and duration: 180
Full-time - 3 (metais), Part-time - 4 (metais)
Field of education: Arts
Sub-sector of education: Applied art
 
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