List of Subject-Specific Competences
1 . Critical understanding of the relationship between current events and processes, and the past.
2 . Awareness of the differences in historiographical outlooks in various periods and contexts.
3 . Awareness of and respect for national and universal values, as well as social-ethical values, including traditions, customs and habits.
4 . Ability to understand the issues and topics of national historiography.
5 . Ability to use the terminology and techniques accepted in the science of history in one’s own and foreign languages.
6 . Ability to use the tools of information retrieval, such as bibliographical repertories, archival inventory.
7 . Ability to use techniques to select historical data (using statistics, mapping techniques, etc.).
8 . Knowledge of ancient language/s.
9 . Knowledge of local history.
10 . Knowledge of own national history as a part of world history.
11 . Knowledge of the history of civilizations and world history.
12 . Ability to use the tools of special sciences related to history, such as paleography, epigraphy, onomastics, literary criticism, history of language, art history, archeology, anthropology, law, sociology, philosophy, etc. in historical research.
13 . Development of skills and abilities for historical research activities.
14 . Ability to identify a (historiographical) problem and formulate a research topic.
15 . Ability to systematize and interpret historical information.
16 . Ability to comment, edit and annotate historical texts and documents.
17 . Ability to retrieve information from various sources, analyze it and relate it with the knowledge gained in the study of the subject.
18 . Ability to explore historical reality logically and imaginatively.
19 . Ability to use modern methodological concepts of historical science in professional activities.
20 . Ability to acquire new knowledge, using modern information and communication technologies.
21 . Knowledge of and ability to implement didactics of history.