Upon graduating, the graduate students shall acquire:
General skills

  • organize the scientific information based on the field of interest;
  • apply some scientific explanatory methods to the interpretation of linguistic and literary phenomena;
  • evaluate the quality of scientific information, based on the sources and methods that have generated it, in the context of evolution of humankind;
  • able to manage the research and the project;
  • linguistic skills and communication skills;
  • develop skills to document, edit, publish a paper, as well as scientific communication;
  • ability to be connected to and make progress in the networks and work environments by using the up-to-date media provided by ICT;
  • develop the capacity to add value to the results of research by innovation and technological transfer;
  • self-learning skills.

Specific skills

  • analyze the areas of research of contemporary philology and determine a direction in which to get specialized;
  • describe the main methods and procedures used in the methodology of linguistic and literary research;
  • learn the methodology of drafting a philological exegesis;
  • analyze from a scientific standpoint the theoretical and applicative issues of linguistics and literature with application into the Romanian language and literature, English/French languages;
  • analyze phonetic phenomena, lexical phenomena, grammar and literary phenomena in the languages and literature studied, on synchronic and diachronic levels;
  • efficiently synthesize the data in order to develop new ideas for research;
  • communicate using a specialized scientific language;
  • apply knowledge acquired in the development of ideas, concepts and models;
  • draft texts in the English language that would be correct from a stylistic and grammar point of view;
  • design research projects on issues related to theoretical linguistics and literature, particular, compared;
  • use information from reference works and the personal outputs (theoretical ideas and practical results) so as to draft a degree paper that would meet the requirements.