• Coursework - a mandatory type of academic work provided by the curriculum for the 1, 2, 3 courses.

    1. Coursework is a theoretical and (or) applied study of one of the topical problems of the discipline, during which the student must demonstrate the level of mastery of scientific knowledge, the ability to analyze the material, the ability to formulate and justify the theoretical and practical conclusions.

    2. Coursework is an independent research work of a student and represents logically completed and designed as a text scientific research on one of the problems in the field of theology and is carried out for the purpose of formation of student's skills of scientific research work, increase of his professional level (theoretical and practical) preparation, deeper mastering of academic disciplines, development of ability and interest to independent work with scientific theological and reference literature.

    3. Coursework is done by the student during the academic year.

    4. In the course work the student must (with varying degrees of detail and depending on the course of study) show:

    • relevance of the conducted research,
    • validity of the statement of the research problem;
    • correctness of the chosen approach to solving the problem,
    • adequacy of the applied methods and ways of testing the hypotheses put forward;
    • reliability of primary data, logical,
    • Correctness of interpretation of the results and conclusions;
    • the prospects of the work done.
    1. Depending on the purpose, content of the discipline, individual abilities and interests of students, specialization of the supervisor, etc. coursework can be of the following varieties:
    • analytical-synthetic review of information resources on a given problem;
    • a description of the solution of a specific theoretical and/or practical problem (situation);
    • analysis of the practice of using theoretical and methodological aspects of the discipline in real situations;
    • description of the results of research conducted by the student using specific empirical and theoretical methods
      of scientific knowledge.
    1. Topics of term papers must be relevant in scientific or practical aspects, correspond to the current state and
      prospects for the development of science, coincide with the problems of scientific research of the educational institution and the department.

    2. The wording of coursework topics must clearly reflect the nature of its content.

    3. Topics of term projects, requirements for them and recommendations for their implementation are brought to the attention of students at the beginning of the academic year and are monitored throughout the year.

    4. Topics of term papers (other than first-year papers) are offered to students of their choice.

    5. A student has the right to choose one of the topics suggested by the department or propose his/her own, along with a justification for the choice (except for 1st year students).

    (11) During the 1st year, students essays websites term papers on "New Testament Scripture" by choosing one of the topics declared by the instructor.

    1. The preparation and writing of coursework is supervised by an academic advisor with a Ph.D. or Ph.D. degree, holding the position of professor or associate professor, as well as by the graduating department.

    2. Topics of term papers and their supervisors are approved at the meeting of the appropriate department.

    3. The format of the final presentation of coursework is varied: public defense of the department, discussion at the scientific and methodological seminar, etc.

    4. A term paper should be 20 pages in the 1st year, 25-35 pages in the 2nd year, 40-50 pages in the 3rd year.

    5. Coursework is written on one side of a sheet of white A4 paper. The size of the margins: top - 20 mm, bottom - 20 mm, right - 15 mm, left - 30 mm. The main font - Times New Roman, 14 pt, one and a half intervals.

    6. Coursework consists of a title page, content, introduction, main body, divided into chapters, and possibly on points (paragraphs), conclusion, list of references.

    7. In the introduction must be clearly and consistently present the relevance of the topic, essayshark, its purpose and objectives (for 1, 2 courses), as well as the novelty of the problem under consideration, its theoretical and practical significance (for the 3 course). The remaining qualifying characteristics (object, subject, methods, etc.) in the works 3 course are described in the most brief form and / or selectively.

    8. Conclusions are given in the conclusion, which, on the one hand, must meet the objectives, and on the other - reflect the author's view on the issue described.

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