Institute of Social Sciences

Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Conduct research in various areas of Educational Sciences
  • Recognize national and international cultural elements that may affect practices in English Language Teaching
  • Evaluate language skills of target student groups, learning roles and their contributions in the field
  • Create appropriate educational environments for target student groups, taking into account their individual, social and cultural differences, special interests and needs, and develop appropriate learning materials to create effective teaching and learning processes.
  • Compare and contrast the theories of first and second language acquisition,
  • Analyze language use in literary and non-literary texts,
  • Argue their ideas and offer suggestions on issues related to the field; produce original studies
  • Evaluate the interrelation between language, culture and perception,
  • Judge professional and ethical responsibilities in educational applications
  • Share their research in national and international environments.