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PROGRAMMES IN ENGLISH AND PROGRAMME DESCRIPTIONS

From academic year 2020/2021

 

 

Study programmes in English (from academic year 2021/2022)

 

1. Physical Training BA
Soccer and swimming specialization (full time, 6 semesters)
Qualification in English: Physical Trainer

2. Geography BSc
Urban and Regional development specialization (full time, 6 semesters)
Qualification in English: Geographer

3. Visual Representation BA
Visual Representation specialization (full time, 6 semesters)
Qualification in English: Visual Representation Artist

4. Computer Science BSc
Software development computer scientist secialization (full time, 6 semesters)
Qualification in English: Computer Scientist

5. Environmental Studies BSc

    Nature Conservation Monitoring specialization

 

 

 


From academic year 2020/2021

 

 

Preparatory English Language Course

Type

Non-degree, full degree studies

Nominal duration

1 year (2 semesters)

Study language

English

 

 

Programme structure

The ” Preparatory English Language Course” aims to prepare international students for studying in English in Hungarian higher education institutions. The teaching material covers all the levels from beginner, A1 up toB2. In the modules, designed in line with CEFR levels, several language competences (listening, reading comprehension, understanding reading, writing, composition of texts, conversation, oral communication) are simultaneously developed. In addition to the acquisition of language skills, needed for everyday life and university courses, knowledge connected to civilisation and culture is included in the course programme as well.

Beginners can also participate in the course. In addition to the basic writing, reading, speaking skills, no input requirement is attached to the module A1/1.Except for this unit- in case of joining further units- candidates have to complete a placement test input by the training institute.

Educational package of English language course  for international students

The educational package, designed to last for an entire academic year (2 semesters), comprises the following mandatory panels:

- 570 hours of mandatory general language lessons

- included 30  hours of mandatory labor market development module

- 16 hours of optional conversation

Structure and scheduling of mandatory language courses:

The courses comprise 12 interconnected modules, 45-65 lessons each, from CEFR level A1 up to level B2. After every module, there is a test to be taken and passed. A score of at least 60% is required in order to move up to the next module.

The course is scheduled for 28 weeks (14 weeks/ semesters). Counting with 20 lessons weekly, every day from Monday to Friday 4 lessons are scheduled.

Evaluation and grading criteria

For the certification, participants must participate in the course at least 80 per cent. The final exam consists of written and oral parts. The module final exams are required for every participant with the minimum result of 60 per cent (oral and written parts separately). The module final exam qualification exam: pass/ fail.

After every modul and after the one year course, the student will get a cerficitate about the one yeartraining.
The program has no credits.

For the entrance exam: students who wish to continue their studies at the University of Nyíregyháza after the one-year Hungarian course, will have priority in the evaluation entry process.

 


 

 

Music culture programme (BA) specialization in choir singer

The exact name of the programme: Music culture programme (BA) specialization in choir singer

Name of the institute: Music Institute

  1. Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Music Culture
  2. The qualification: Music Culture Expert
  3. Study field: Arts Mediation
  4. Duration of training: 3 years (6 semesters)
  5. The credits you need to complete to the Bachelor’s degree: 180 credits

A concise summary of the programme:

The aim of the programme is to train music experts who are able to meet the requirements of art dissemination in music in good taste and with creative decisiveness with their theoretical and practical proficiency, their knowledge about cultural and art institutional system. The music courses in the programme are based on the Kodály Concept. Students will acquire sufficient knowledge of Hungarian music life and will be able to perform choral vocal tasks in professional vocal choirs.

Specialization: Specialization in choral singing is available with professional traineeship for 5 semesters. The place of the art traineeship is at the music workshop, Cantemus Mixed Choir, which has become world-famous following the principles of Zoltán Kodály's music education. Conductor: Soma Szabó. http://www.cantemus.org.hu/choirs/mixedchoir/

List of entrance requirements:

Special conditions for entrance:

- language requirements: English language proficiency B2 (CEFR level)

- practical entrance examination:

a) in person or

b) by using a video connection after submitting a music portfolio (cannot be selected for applicants residing in Hungary)

Up to 200 points are available in the practice test!

The total admission score can only be calculated by doubling the practical test result without adding extra points.

Only applicants with at least a secondary education degree, ie a secondary grammar school maturity certificate,  can be admitted to a bachelor programme and with a threshold of 280 points, depending on the capacity of the institutions and the number of applicants for the programme.

The practical examination material can be accessed at the link below:

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Names of major subjects and their instructors:

Based on the curriculum:

Music History

History of Art

Music Theory

Music skill-training

Choir

Conducting practice

Obligatory piano

Voice Training

Thesis

Specialization in Choir Singer 60 credits

Ensemble singing

Stylistic studies

Choral music literature

Choral Voice Training

Oratorical literature

Outside Art Practice

 


 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (BSC) PROGRAMME

The exact name of the programme: Mechanical Engineering (BSc)

Name of the institute:  Institute of Engineering and Agricultural Science

  1. Degree: Bachelor degree, Mechanical Engineers
  2. The qualification: Mechanical Engineers
  3. Study field: engineering
  4. Duration of training: full time, 3,5 years (7 semesters)
  5. The credits you need to complete to the degree: 210 credits

Description of the programme:

The aim of the training is to train mechanical engineers who are capable of operating and maintaining machines and mechanical equipment, of introducing or applying engineering technologies, of organizing and directing work, and of performing technical development, research and design of average complexity according to labour market needs, furthermore, they have sufficient in-depth theoretical knowledge to continue their training in the second cycle.

The programme consists of two specializations:

- machine manufacturing technology, and

- vehicle engineer

 

With a bachelor degree, mechanical engineers are able to:

- design and construct machinery, apparatus, equipment, and structures,

- develop the production and assembly technology of machine and metal structures and

  their components,

- to develop diagnostic testing of machines, their maintenance, reliability and repair

  technology,

- control technological processes of engineering, organize the servicing of mechanical

  equipment,

- operate and develop the logistics and material handling systems,

- apply environment-friendly technologies, create an industrial environment,

- design, manufacture and operate vehicles and mobile machinery.

Training programme (fields of knowledge):

  • basic natural scientific knowledge: 45

mathematics, mechanics, technical representation, engineering physics, general mechanics, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, technical chemistry;

  • economic and human knowledge: 21

economics, entrepreneurial economics, management, quality and environment management, occupational safety and security, energy management, economic law, human resources management;

– professional core material: 120 credits

technical IT, basics of CAD, FEM, machine parts, materials engineering and material testing, manufacturing technology, electrical engineering, measurement and control engineering, automation, logistics, maintenance and operations, assembly and complex design, general engineering knowledge, courses related to machine manufacturing technology and vehicle engineer specializations

Internship:

Professional practice outside the institution is obligatory. Professional practice is a continuous internship outside the institution at a suitable organization for 6 weeks at least.

Main topics of the final exam:

Complex knowledge of manufacturing technology: material engineering, material selection, heat treatment, welding, plastic forming, casting, machining, environmental-friendly technologies, rapid prototyping.

Specialized complex knowledge (Machine manufacturing technology specialization): manufacturing systems, tool and device design, assembly design, machine tools and their programming, computer-aided technology design systems, computer-aided manufacturing planning and CNC programming

Specialized complex knowledge (Vehicle engineer specialization): vehicle diagnostics, internal combustion engines, machine structure studies, vehicle structure studies, vehicle electronics, service technology.

List of entrance requirements:

Special conditions for entrance:

- language requirements: English language proficiency B2 (CEFR level-certificate is not compulsory.)

 

 


 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEER (BSc) PROGRAMME

The exact name of the programme: agricultural engineer (BSc) programme

Name of the institute:  Institute of Engineering and Agricultural Science

  1. Level of the degree: Bachelor's Degree  (baccalaureus, bachelor; abbreviated: BSc),
  2. Title of the bachelor's programme: Agricultural Engineer
  3. Qualification in diploma: agricultural engineer (BSc).
  4. Field of training: agricultural
  5. Duration of training: full time, 3.5 years (7 semesters)
  6. The credits you need to complete to the  degree: 180 + 30 credits

 

 

Short description of the programme:

Degree orientation: Practice-oriented (60-40 percentage). Credit value assigned to the thesis: 15 credits. The minimum credit value for continuous practical training outside the institution: 30 credits. The minimum credit required for optional subjects is 10 credits. Specializations (University of Nyíregyháza): integrated agricultural technologies, organic farming.

Training Programme - Knowledge Areas

The aim of the training is to educate agricultural engineers with agricultural, technical and economic knowledge. Their skills are based on general scientific knowledge, on a knowledge of the European Union, and on appropriate level of practical knowledge. Engineers are able to direct agricultural production, to adopt technological processes in a given farm as necessary, as well as to introduce new technologies. They recognize the roles to be filled in the food chain. In their work, they seek and prioritize solutions that promote the health of society and individuals, while also protecting the environment. They are prepared to continue their studies for a master's degree.

In addition to traditional agricultural technologies, our aim at the University of Nyíregyháza is to introduce the conditions of innovative ecological farming, landscape management, agri-environmental management, water management and rural development, as well as the technologies of sustainable crop production, horticulture and animal husbandry.

The slogan of our training is: "Educating sustainable agriculture for the agricultural engineers of the future."

 Main topics of the final exam:

(a) Integrated agricultural technologies specialization

Traditional and integrated cultivation techniques, organization and economics of the most important arable crops (winter wheat, maize, sunflower, winter rape, green manure plants, potato, alfalfa). Integrated production technology of the most important fruits (apples, sour cherries, plums, nuts, grapes). Traditional and integrated cultivation technology of field cultivated wild peppers. Organization and economics of the cultivation of peppers and canned cucumbers. Significance, organization and economics of intensive and extensive cattle breeding, pig breeding, sheep, lamb breeding, poultry breeding, and racehorse breeding. Importance of close-to-nature animal husbandry technologies. The most important technological features of goat farming, rabbit breeding and bee keeping.

b) Organic farming technology specialization

Integrated and organic cultivation technologies, organization and economics of the main arable crops (winter wheat, rye, triticale, sunflower, potato, Jerusalem artichoke, alfalfa, maize, carrot, green peas, open-field cultivated tomato). Organic cultivation technology of the most important fruits (apples, sour cherries, plums, nuts, berries). Technology, organization and economics of organic viticulture and winemaking. Conventional and organic keeping technology, organization and economics of dairy cows, milk production, beef production, pig fattening, roast chicken production and table egg production.

Entrance requirements:

Special conditions for entrance:

- language requirements: English language proficiency B2 (CEFR level-certificate is   not compulsory.)

 



 

BIOLOGY, APPLIED BIOLOGY OPERATOR SPECIALIZATION (BSc) PROGRAMME

The exact name of the programme: BSc in Biology, Applied Biology Operator specialization

Name of the institute: Institute of Environmental Sciences Institute

  1. Level of the degree: Bachelor's Degree  (baccalaureus, bachelor; abbreviated: BSc),
  2. Title of the bachelor's programme: BSc in Biology, Applied Biology Operator specialization
  3. Qualification in diploma: Biology (BSc).
  4. Field of training: Biologist.
  5. Duration of training: full time, 3 years (6 semesters) with 6-week internship during the training
  6. Required credits for completing the degree: 180

 

 

Short description of the programme:

Our aim is to train our students to become specialists who are able to analyze the most important relationships in biology, who know the most important research methods in this field, and who are able to plan, solve and evaluate biological tasks. Our instructors carry out internationally recognized research in biology and its related fields (Ecology, Hydrobiology, Behavioral Ecology, Genetics, Human Biology, Microbiology, Nature Conservation, Environmental Protection). They conduct their research with the participation of interested students in a wide range of national and international cooperation, and the results of their research are published in prestigious international scientific journals. Our training is featured by a practice-oriented approach and a student-centered education, served by modern laboratories, instrumentation, well-equipped classrooms and internships in connection with our institute. With the help of the knowledge that the students acquire at our institute, they are able find jobs in a wide variety of fields: health, food, plant protection, pharmaceutical, environmental and quality control laboratories, national parks, conservation organizations, environmental and water laboratories.

 

Major courses:

Plant Anatomy

Animal Anatomy

Plant Taxonomy

Animal Taxonomy

Cell Biology

Microbiology

Plant Physiology

Biochemistry

Hydrobiology

Ecology

Biogeography

Animal Physiology

Environmental Protection

Molecular Biology

Behavioral Ecology

Experimental Aquatic Ecology

Instrumental Organic Analysis

Field Botany

Nature Conservation

Evolutionary Biology and Population Genetics

Human Biology

Genetics

Soil Ecology

Biodiversity Monitoring
Research Design

 

 

Main topics of the final exam:

1. General characterization and classification of plant and animal tissues.

2. Morphology, vegetative and reproductive organs  and major taxa of angiosperm plants.

3. Anatomical features of organs and organ systems (nutrition, respiration, circulation, excretion) of the animal metabolism.

4. Characteristics of the dermis and movement organ system.

5. Evolution and physiology of the neuro-endocrine system

6. General characterization-, main taxons, developmental- and historical significance  of Arthropoda.

7. General characterization-, main taxons, developmental- and historical significance  of Vertebrata.

8. Structure and metabolism of carbohydrates.

9. Structure and function of DNA and proteins. Molecular mechanism of the flow of genetic information.

10. Origin and organization of the pro- and eukaryotic cells. Characterization of the organelles with respect to their main functions.

11. Cell cycle; types of cell division, its process and regulation. Proto-oncogenes, oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes.

12. Evolution of photosynthetic processes, state and role of pigments in the energy transport.

13. Anthropological characteristics of historical and recent populations. Applied Human Biology.

14. Basic principles of evolutionary theory. Natural selection, sexual selection. Genetic Drift.

 15. Nature and characterization of phylogenetic trees. The major transitions in evolution.

16. General definition of viruses, bacteria and fungi and their ecological significance.

 17. Application of biotechnology in various fields of environmental protection and industry.

 18. Biotechnological production of microbial secondary metabolites, their environmental effects.

19. Niche theory and Limitation principle in Ecology

 20. Population models in Ecology

21. Characterization of fauna-, and floral area of the world, national (interior) fauna-, and floral microareas.

22. The role of environment protection and nature conservation.

23. Proximate and ultimate causes of behaviour. Optimal behaviour. 

24. Mendelian genetics, inheritance of linked characters, linkage groups and gene maps. Applying genetic knowledge in practice.

List of entrance requirements:

Special conditions for entrance:

- language requirements: English language proficiency B2 (CEFR level-certificate is   not compulsory.)

 

Entrance requirements:

Certificate of secondary education, with Biology and Physics or Geography or IT or Chemistry or Mathematics or Natural Science or a sectoral professional exam (23) or. a professional preparatory examination (38). At least one must be completed at an advanced level

 

23: Elective subjects for a sectoral professional exam: Mining Skills, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, Environmental and Water Management, Environmental Science, Economics, Chemistry, Chemical Industry, Electrical Engineering and Electronics, Water Management.

 

38: Elective subjects for a professional preparatory examination: Fundamentals of Electronics, Mechanical Engineering, Fundamentals of Computer Science, Fundamentals of Environmental and Water Management, Fundamentals of Economics (Theoretical Economics), Fundamentals of Chemistry.

 


 

PROFESSIONAL PILOT POSTGRADUATE SPECIALIST TRAINING COURSE:

The exact name of the programme: professional pilot postgraduate specialist training course

Name of the institute:  Institute of Engineering and Agricultural Science

  1. Degree: professional pilot postgraduate specialist
  2. The qualification: frozen ATPL(A), CPL(IR), ME, MCC
  3. Study field: technical
  4. Duration of training: full time, 1,5 year (3 semesters)
  5. The credits you need to complete to the degree: 90 credits

Short description of the programme:

The programme is currently only available with the Air Transport Pilot specialization. The training is for 3 semesters and can only be completed on a cost-reimbursement basis. The aim of the training is to train air transport pilots who are familiar with aeronautics, who are able to carry out air operation, ground handling and the organization and handling of transportation tasks in the world of commercial air transport as well as relevant compliance monitoring tasks. The flying practice consists of 145 hours of flight (SEP, MEP on aeroplanes) and 60 hours of STD (FNPT II) practice. By the end of the course, students will earn ATPL (A) frozen, CPL (A) SE / ME, IR and MCC qualifications.

Training programme:

a) Human knowledge: professional English I-II-III; air law; aviation meteorology; human performance and limitations: 16 credits

(b) Aviation engineering knowledge: electricity, electronics; theory of flight; PPL theoretical knowledge; aircraft instruments and electrical equipment I-II.;  Airframe and systems; powerplant; radio and radar technology; aeroplane robotics: 28 credits

(c) Pilot knowledge: navigation I-II.; flight performance and planning I-II.; operational procedures; radio communication, Multi crew co-operation: 26 credits.

d) Practice and application: flight practice I-II-III, dissertation : 20 credits

Main topics of the final exam:

a. Aerospace engineering knowledge (Topic A):

i. Principle of flight;

ii. Airframes and systems;

iii. Human performance and limitations;

iv. Aircraft instruments and electrical apparatus;

v. Powerplants;

vi. Aviation safety.

b. Pilot knowledge (Topic B)

i. Meteorology;

ii. Navigation;

iii. Flight performance and planning;

iv. Operational procedures;

v. Radio communications;

vi. Multi crew cooperation.

List of Entrance requirements:

  • passing medical and career aptitude tests successfully,
  • English language exam (at least B2 level) or equivalent certificate of secondary education,
  • technical or IT engineering degree.

 


 


 

Hungarian as a Foreign Language

Type

Non-degree, full degree studies

Nominal duration

1 year

Study language

Hungarian

 

Entry qualification

High school / secondary education (or higher)

Other students with Bachelor diploma are also accepted if they wish to study in the one-year Hungarican language course at the University of Nyíregyháza.

The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.

Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.

It is required that you send verified copies of the entry qualification documents directly to the university by postal mail. Important! Never send original documents by post!

 

 

Language requirements

English

 

Other requirements

Applicants must be minimum 18 years old.
Students must do the visa process after the acceptance to the University of Nyíregyháza.

 

Programme structure

The course ”Hungarian Language as a Foreign Language” aims to prepare international students for studying in Hungarian higher education institutions. The teaching material covers all the levels from beginner, A1 up to advanced C1. In the modules, designed in line with CEFR levels, several language competences (listening, reading comprehension, understanding reading, writing, composition of texts, conversation, oral communication) are simultaneously developed. In addition to the acquisition of language skills, needed for everyday life and university courses, knowledge connected to civilisation and culture is included in the course programme as well.

Beginners can also participate in the course. In addition to the basic writing, reading, speaking skills, no input requirement is attached to the module A1/1.Except for this unit- in case of joining further units- candidates have to complete a placement test input by the training institute. The trainee can join the course even if he/she certifies his/her language level with an accredited language examination (B1, B2) not older the 12 months or attaching certificated course document from earlier levels based on the same course requirements not older in a year. The institution makes a certified copy of this document.

 

Educational package of Hungarian language for international students

The educational package, designed to last for an entire academic year, comprises the following mandatory, elective and optional panels:

- 840 hours of mandatory general language lessons

-15 hours of elective orientational training

- 16 hours of optional conversation

1. Mandatory language training

The course ”Hungarian Language as a Foreign Language” aims to prepare international students for studying in Hungarian higher education institutions. The teaching material covers all the levels from beginner, A1 up to advanced C1. In the modules, designed in line with CEFR levels, several language competences (listening, reading comprehension, understanding reading, writing, composition of texts, conversation, oral communication) are simultaneously developed. In addition to the acquisition of language skills, needed for everyday life and university courses, knowledge connected to civilisation and culture is included in the course programme as well.

Structure and scheduling of mandatory language courses:

The courses comprise 28 interconnected modules, 30 lessons each, from CEFR level A1 up to level C1. After every module, there is a test to be taken and passed. A score of at least 60% is required in order to move up to the next module.

The course is scheduled for 34 weeks. Counting with 25 lessons weekly, every day from Monday to Friday 5 lessons are scheduled.

2. Orientational training

Objective:

International students should familiarize themselves with civic, cultural and civilisational knowledge as well as local customs.

Major thematic units of semester 1:

General civic knowledge (in the English language)

Communication, establishing contacts, office routines on the phone, in person, via email

Catering and tourism, accommodation, shopping, other services

Health care

Travelling, obtaining information

Course programme for semester 2:

Specialist language orientational training

Scheduling: 68 lessons, designed for 34 weeks, 2 lessons per week

 

3. Conversation

designed for 34 weeks, 2 lessons per week (optional)

Evaluation and grading criteria

For the certification, participants must participate in the course at least 80 per cent. The final exam consists of written and oral parts. The module final exams are required for every participant with the minimum result of 60 per cent (oral and written parts separately). The module final exam qualification exam: pass/ fail.

After the one year course, the student will get a cerficitate about the one year training.
The program has no credits.

For the entrance exam: students who wish to continue their studies at the University of Nyíregyháza after the one-year Hungarian course, will have priority in the evaluation entry process.

 


 

ENGLISH STUDIES PROGRAMME (BA)

The exact name of the programme: English and American Studies programme (BA)

Name of the institute: Institute of Languages and Literatures

  1. Degree: Bachelor of Arts in English and American Studies
  2. The qualification: Philologist in English and American Studies
  3. Study field: Humanities
  4. Duration of training: full time, 3 years (6 semesters)
  5. The credits you need to complete to the Bachelor’s degree: 180 credits

A concise summary of the programme:

The aim of the programme is to train experts who have a proficient command of the English language and have profound knowledge regarding English-speaking cultures. BA graduates are able to responsibly interpret, transmit and create texts in the fields of everyday life, culture, politics, economics, social life, literature and linguistics at C1 level (CEFR framework). They will be competent in managerial positions in national or international organisations, companies, local councils, in cultural management, education, journalism and public relations. They may also continue their studies in any English MA programme. The programme lays emphasis on skills development, both in speaking and writing/reading, as well as acquainting students with a wide range of fields regarding English-speaking cultures, fostering creativity and critical thinking. Our BA programme offers two kinds of specialisations: English Studies (50 credits; mainly for those wishing to go on to MA) and Secretarial and Management (50 credits; chiefly for students of a more practical orientation).

List of entrance requirements:

Special conditions for entrance:

  • “A” (advanced) level GCSE examination in English

 

Names of major subjects and their instructors:

Based on the curriculum:

  • Receptive and Productive Skills development subjects (Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking, Use of English, Vocabulary Development)
  • Translation Studies
  • Basics of Grammar
  • The Culture of English-Speaking Countries
  • English Descriptive Grammar and Linguistics
  • British Literary History
  • American Literary History
  • Individual Research and Project Work
  • Presentation Skills

 

Specialization in English Studies (50 credits)

  • The Culture of English-Speaking Countries
  • Scottish Literature and Culture
  • Australian Studies
  • English Descriptive Grammar and Linguistics
  • Introduction to Applied Linguistics and Methodology
  • British Literary History
  • American Literary History
  • Interdisciplinary Criticism  
  • Debate Skills
  • Negotiation Skills
  • English for Business and Economics

 

Specialization in Secretarial and Management Studies (50 credits)

  • Negotiation Skills
  • English for Special Purposes:
  • Business and Economics,
  • Legal English,
  • Management,
  • EU Studies,
  • Politics and Administration
  • Business Correspondence
  • Event Management  
  • Electronic Writing Skills
  • Interpreting Skills and Translation Studies

 

Lecturers:

Responsible for the programme: Dr Tamás Tukacs (PhD)

 

 

                                                      Dr  Ajtay-Horváth Magda (PhD)

                                                      Dr. Dömötör Ildikó (PhD)

                                                       Kevin Loddey

                                                       Lukács Béla

 



 

 

Study programmes in English
(from academic year 2021/2022)

 

Institute of Mathematics and Information Technology

COMPUTER SCIENCE PROGRAMME (BSc)

Specialization: Software Developer

 

Duration of the programme in semesters: 6 semesters

 

The aim of the programme is to train specialists in Computer Science who are able to create, implement, operate, service, develop, and apply software-oriented IT tools and systems individually as well as in a team. They are prepared to continue their studies for a master's degree.

 

Specialists in Computer Science have the following knowledge after graduation:

 

  • They know the general and specific mathematical, computer science principles, facts, rules, relationships, and procedures which serve as the foundation knowledge for Information Technology
  • They know and understand the most important general theories, correlations, facts, and their constructive concepts in the IT field
  • They know the basic task solving principles, methods and processes of planning, developing, operating and managing procedures in the IT field.
  • They have a basic understanding of the fundamentals of system design and project management methodologies.
  • Their English language proficiency reaches the level required for training, understanding English professional literature, understanding and processing professional texts, performing professional tasks, and continuing professional self-education.
  • They know the special IT tools and methods for professional and effective  communication.
  • They know and understand the most important ethical, legal, economic aspects and social impacts of the IT field.

 

Students must complete 320 hours of internship:

 

The internship must be a professional practice of at least eight weeks (320 certified working hours) and must be completed at a training facility of a suitable organization or a higher education institution individually or in teamwork.

 

Major courses:

 

Linear Algebra, Logics Fundamentals for Programming, Programming Languages I., Computer Architectures, Introduction to Information Technology, Discrete Mathematics, Database Structures and Algorithms, Programming Languages II., Operating Systems, Database Systems, Analysis, Operational Research, Programming Technologies, Network Architecture and Distributed Systems, System Development Technology and Techniques, Near-System Programming, Numerical Analysis, Probability Theory and Statistics, Algorithm Design and Analysis, Programming Environments, Internet Tools and Services, Computer Graphics, Linux and Shell Programming, Formal Languages and Automata, Mobile App Development, Database System Operation, Operating Systems and IoT Technology, Computer Simulation Techniques, GUI Programming, Artificial Intelligence, Computational Theory, Translation Programs,, Legal and Business Knowledge of IT, Game Theory, IT Security, Web Application Development in Project Work

 


 

Physical Training (BA) programme

Programme description and practice exam requirement

Through practice-oriented training, you will acquire theoretical and practical knowledge that will enable you, as a sports coach, to plan and execute the training and development of your junior and adult athletes, to select athletes, to develop their personality, and to enhance their performance. After completing the 6-semester training, you will be able to manage, to supervise, to coordinate the work of sports organizations in different age groups, and to prepare and compete teams of all ages or adults in high-level professional competitions.

Programme

Name of bachelor's programme: Physical Training
Level of education: Bachelor of Science (BSC)
Professional qualification: Physical Trainer
Field of training: sports science
Duration of the programme in semesters: 6 semesters
Credits to be acquired for the basic degree: 180 credits
Foreign language requirement

To obtain the diploma, you must have a state-recognized intermediate level (B2) language exam or equivalent certificate of secondary education or degree in a foreign language.

Entrance requirements

Biology (written): 50 points
Sports theory (oral): 30 points
Sports theory (written): 30 points
Sport practice: 90 points
Total: 200 points

Doubling the score of the entrance exam will make your total score.

If the candidate achieves a score of '0' in any part of the entrance examination, he or she will be excluded from the admission procedure. In the Biology written exam, the applicant must achieve at least 50 per cent to acquire any points.

Applicants who have come first, second or third in the Olympics, World Cup, European Championship, World Cup in their respective sport and those who have had the same level of performance as a coach will be exempt from both the theoretical and practical examinations (and get a maximum score).

Applicants who have come fourth, fifth or sixth in the Olympics, World Cup, European Championship, World Cup in their respective sport and those who have had the same level of performance as a coach will be exempt from  the practical examinations (and get a maximum score).

Applicants who have come first in the National or National Championships in the adult age-group of their respective sport will be exempt  from the sport practice test (and get a maximum score).

Sports results should be certified by a document issued by the relevant national sports federation.

BIOLOGY WRITTEN TEST

Admission requirements for the Biology subject are a written test based on anatomical, physiological knowledge taught in secondary school, and the applicant must achieve at least 50 per cent to acquire any points.

Practice Exam

SWIMMING

Sports theory oral (30 points) and written (30 points) exam topics

1. Outstanding competitors of the Hungarian swimming sport in backstroke and breaststroke (Olympics, World Cup).
2. Prominent competitors in the Hungarian swimming sport in medley and freestyle swimming (Olympics, World Cup).
3. Great coaching personalities of the Hungarian swimming sport.
4. Organizational structure, competition system of the Hungarian swimming sport, projects of the Sport Development Program.
5. Technical elements of backstroke.
6. Technical elements of breaststroke.
7. Technical elements of freestyle swimming.
8. Features of medley swimming.
9. The long-term process of swimming instruction.
10. Basic concepts of swimmer training.

Literature

  • Tóth Á. (2008): Az úszás tankönyve. SE TSK, Bp.

Practical exam tasks (90 points)

Exercise 1: 200m medley swimming.
Exercise 2: 100m freestyle.
Exercise 3: Swim 25 meters with a water rescue dummy, then bring the object up from the bottom of the pool in the middle.

FOOTBALL

Sports theory oral (30 points) and written (30 points) exam topics

1. International and domestic history of football.
2. Rules of  football, with particular regard to the most recent changes to the rules.
3. Major international achievements, great coach and player personalities of football in Hungary.
4. Description of technical elements in different age groups.
5. Description of tactical elements in different age groups.
6. Description of coordination skills in football.
7. Description of condition skills in football.
8. Technical elements of the goalkeeper.
9. Characteristics of game systems, line-ups.
10. Features of defensive and offensive tactics.

Literature

 

Practical exam tasks (90 points)

Exercise 1: Juggling the ball on alternating feet. The exercise begins with lifting the ball on the ground with your foot. The experiment ends when the ball hits the ground or at the request of the teacher in charge of the practical exam. (2 experiments)

Exercise 2: Curving a standing ball into the goal. Opposite the 7.32 x 2.44m standard goal, 2x5 balls are placed on the 16,5 m line. With each foot, 5 balls should be curved into the goal. (2 experiments)

Exercise 3: Slaloming the  ball, then shooting it into the goal. Opposite the 7.32 x 2.44m standard goal, the exercise starts from the middle, 40m from the goal. From the starting point, 6 buoys are placed 2m apart. Alternate-footed slalom ball handling avoiding buoys. After leaving buoy 6, there should be a flat pass to one of the boards 25m from the goal. Two boards at the goalposts are facing the buoys at a 45-degree angle from a distance of 7.32m from each other. It is up to the candidate to choose whether to pass on the right or the left side. After receiving the ball from the board at the 16,5 m line,  the applicant shoots it (does not roll it) into the goal. (2 experiments)

 


 

PHYSICAL TRAINING (A) PROGRAMME

Name of the institute managing the programme: Institute of Physical Education and Sports Science

Director of the institute: Ildikó Dr. Vajda PhD

Duration of the programme: 6 semesters

*Theoretical (written/oral) and practical entrance exam in branches of Sports,
*Written admission exam in Human Biology

 

Through a practice-oriented training, you will acquire theoretical and practical knowledge that will enable you as a sports coach, to plan and execute the training processes of junior and adult athletes, to select athletes, to develop their personality and to improve their performance. After completing the 6-semester programme, you will be able to manage, to supervise the professional work of sports organizations, to coordinate the work of different age groups, and to prepare junior and adult selected teams for their branch of sports and to make them enter sports competitions with high quality. The University of Nyíregyháza launches specialization programmes in swimming and football.

Major courses:

  • Sports Theory and Practice - instructors:

Swimming: Tamás Vajda, master coach, associate university professor;
Football: Dávid Oláh, assistant lecturer;

  • Anatomy - lecturer: Judit Dr. Olajos PhD, associate university professor;
  • Physiology (Biochemistry, Exercise Physiology, Accident Prevention and First Aid) - lecturer: Judit Dr. Olajos PhD, associate university professor;
  • Human Biology: Ildikó Dr. Vajda PhD, college professor;
  • Motion Learning and Analysis (Biomechanics) - lecturer: Ildikó Dr. Vajda PhD, college professor;
  • Sport education - lecturer: Szilvia Urbinné dr. Borbély PhD, associate college professor;
  • Sport Selection, Talent Development: Dávid Oláh, senior lecturer
  • Rehabilitation, Prevention - lecturer - Ildikó Dr. Vajda PhD, college professor;

 


 

Name of the institute: Institute of Tourism and Geography
Exact name of the programme (specialisation): Geography (BSc), specialization in urban and regional development
Duration: 6 semesters

A concise summary of the programme:

The aim of the programme is to train geographers who have advanced theoretical and applied geographic knowledge, and therewith they are able to analyze the spatial and temporal correlations of the natural, socio-economic and urban environment, to synthesize results, to gain knowledge in their academic field independently; having mastered the use of the field, laboratory, and IT devices, softwares of modern geography, they are able to prepare decisions, to answer professional questions and to solve professional tasks. They are able to apply their basic geographic knowledge in the fields of nature and environment protection, governance, economics, statistics, and tourism. They are prepared to continue their studies for a master's degree. The programme consists of the following academic fields necessary for the qualification: Science, humanities and economics [basic knowledge of science and social sciences (introductory courses in mathematics, physics, IT, biology, chemistry, European Union studies, economics, sociology, demography),  fundamentals of earth sciences (introductory courses in climate, cartography, geology), fundamentals of geography (introductory courses in geomathematics, geoinformatics, geographical investigative and research methodology)]. Geographic professional knowledge: [physical geography module (courses in geomorphology, internal forces, soil geography, biogeography, hydrogeography); socio-geography module (population and urban geography, general economic geography courses); regional geography module (courses in physical and social geography of Europe and Hungary)]. In the regional and urban development specialization, the geographer becomes familiar with the basic interrelations and concepts of regional growth and development, urban research, urban development, and municipal management. The geographer understands the processes, institutional and legal frameworks for regional situation analysis and development strategy establishment. The geographer has methodological knowledge of the fundamentals of project planning and management. The geographer can be involved in the planning and decision-making processes at different levels of urban and regional development. The geographer is capable of situation analysis.

List of entrance requirements: Advanced level certificate of secondary education (Hungarian requirement)

Major subjects: Fundamentals of General Geology, General Physical Geography, Geoinformatics, Climatology, General Economic Geography, Geographical Zonality, General Social Geography, Physical and Social Geography of Europe, Fundamentals of Regional and Urban Development, Rural Development, Regional Analysis Methods, Processes and Anomalies of the World Economy, Geography of the Continents, Political Geography, Cross-Border Cooperation, Anthropogenic Natural Hazards, Urbanization, Finance and Accounting

Names of the lecturers:

- Erika Bácskainé dr. Pristyák

- Andrea Bányászné dr. KristóF

- Sándor Dr. habil. Kókai

- Gábor Dr. Lenkey

- Mihály Dr. Tömöri

- Róbert Dr. Vass

 


 

Institute of Visual Art, Visual Representation

BA programme, 6 semesters

Summary of the education programme:

This programme gives you a thorough knowledge on traditional and contemporary arts, drawing, colouring theory, esthetics and introduces the practical art of painting. Graduates are able to design visual art compositions individually, get a thorough knowledge on traditional and digital art technology. Students can continue their master teacher training studies at the University of Nyíregyháza on the Teacher of Drawing and Visual culture programme.

Entrance requirement: practical entrance exam

Significant subjects: Art Creation, Drawing studies, History of Art, Descriptive geometry, Visual Communication, Contemporaty graphic arts and painting, Painting and graphic art practise, The technical and material science of painting and graphics.

The teachers of the institute: Prof. Dr. habil. Szepessy Béla, Dr. Jankáné prof. dr. habil. Puskás Bernadett, Fabókné Dobribán Fatime DLA, Tóth Lívia DLA, Dr. Zielinski Tibor, Havasi Tamás, Lukács Gábor, Tarnóczi József, Sárréti Gergely, Horváth Kinga, Piti Zsuzsa, Szőke Balázs, Nagy Viktor

 


          

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