The analysis of the reciprocity of subjects and its impact on the quality of studies
The article treats the interaction of subjects of studies’ programme, its impact on the average of subject groups of study course and study results of the whole semester. In 2005 the ministers responsible for higher education who took part in the meeting in Bergen especially put stress on the significance of one function of higher education studies such as the importance of preparation of a proper specialist for the labour market. One of the major conditions of this function implementation is the balanced and properly prepared studies’ programme. The academic law of the Republic of Lithuania regulates the extent of studies’ programmes which are prepared and kept in our country and it is supplemented by the schedule of the first level of provided degree and general requirements of integral studies’ programmes. The more detailed instructions for the scheme of studies’ programme are introduced in the regulations of particular study courses. The training group of studies’ programme presents the final version of a programme. Our analysed studies’ programmes are structured according to the provided order but the training process affects the fundamental aspects of police power specialists’ training. The major programme part is amounted to the subjects of studies’ course, the less part is structured by the subjects of special course studies and the least part is amounted to the subjects of general academic studies. Students gain not only theoretical knowledge but also its practice skills which are well-established enough. The article treats the studies’ results of students of Mykolas Romeris University such as exam evaluation differences and similarities, statistical interrelationships and potential aspects of their impact on studies’ quality. The results of studies achievements’ evaluation of 5 semesters have been analysed and the article explains how the general progress level of students varies, how the studies of subjects of different studies’ courses influence the studies’ progress and if specific studies aspects influence the changes of mental features of students, if they involve the reflective results of acquirement of specific abilities.
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