the aim of the study is to acquire knowledge of basic categories and terms of political science, European law and economy related to the processes of European integration. The graduate students are acquainted with fundamental terms and theories exploring political and economic developments in Europe which serve them as a tool for analyses the domestic and foreign policies. The students are prepared to continue with study of the M.A. degree in European studies, International relations or related scientific disciplines. Among the basic student competencies belong the ability to collect and explore theoretical and empirical data in the field of interdisciplinary studies of the processes of European integration; the students are prepared for work in various sectors of public administration and public policy; they are able to use international databases and act in media as analysts.
To my best knowledge, the study program is also close to politology (especially elections and polls), sociology and psychology. However, I graduated in Probability and Mathematical Statistics study programme and I am not sure, whether I should teach these students classical topics from probability and mathematical statistics or something else.
Are there any other topics that should be introduced to this study programme?