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LR Ministry of Education and Science

Department of the Higher Education and Science


Higher Education Quality Evaluation Centre

30 June 2005



APPLICATION FOR ACCREDITATION

OF THE STUDY PROGRAMME
The Baltic Russian Institute applies for the accreditation to be granted to the

second-level higher professional education study programme

1. Title of the study programme - «Digital visualization»

2. Code – 4221401

3. Length of the study programme - four study years for full-time studies

and four and a half study years for

part-time studies

4. Credit value of the study programme 160 CP

5. Requirements for the commencement of studies secondary general education

or secondary vocational education

6. Qualification to be obtained - Professional Bachelour degree in Design;

7. Name of the higher education establishment Baltic Russian Institute (BRI)

8. Locations for the implementation

of the study programme – Riga, Daugavpils (ac. year 2005-2006)

9. Form of studies under the programme full-time studies and part-time studies

10. Director of the programme Mg. art. (in design)

(the person responsible for the accreditation) doc. Mihails Kopeikins

(personal code 210561 – 12718)

Acting Rector

of the Baltic Russian Institute prof. A.Vocišs.
Director of the study programme doc. Mihails Kopeikins

Second-level

Higher professional education

study programme



Digital Visualization

(code-4221401)

leading to the professional bachelour degree

and the qualification OF A Computer designer (Designer of Digital Visualization)



Accreditation materials
C O N T E N T S page.
1. Application for the study programme accreditation 1

2. Extract from the minutes of the BRI Senate meeting 6

3. Provisions made for the occasion of study programme liquidation. 7

4. Evaluation of the study programme prospects from the perspective of the LR interests 7

4.1. Description of the study programme 9

4.1.1.Tthe professional component 9

4.1.2.The research component 10

4.1.3 The technical and material component 11

4.2. Conformity of the study programme to the Standard of Higher Professional Education 11

4.3. Conformity of the study programmes to the Standard of Profession 13

5. The applicant’s for the accreditation guarantees 18

6. General description of the study programme 19

6.1. The goals and objectives of the study programme 19

6.2. Study programme’s structure and organization of the study process under the programme 20

6.2.1. Study programme’ extent and duration 21

6.2.2. The main structural components of the study programme 22

6.2.2.1. General education compulsory study subjects 20

6.2.2.2. Field-specific theoretical basic study courses 18

6.2.2.3. Field-specific professional specialization subjects (vocational study courses) 20

6.2.2.4. Free-choice study courses 20

6.2.2.5. Practice (study practical work and work placement) 20

6.2.2.6. Qualification exam and diploma paper (project) 21

6.2.3.The structure of the study programme 21

6.2.3.1. Contact hours 21

6.2.3.2. Independent studies 21

6.2.4. Practice 23

6.2.4.1. Informative practice 23

6.2.4.2. Practice on location (studies in nature) 23

6.2.4.3. Professional practice 23

6.2.4.4. Archiving practice 24

6.2.4.5. Pre-diploma practice 24

6.3. Study programme division by semesters 24

6.3.1. Full-time studies: division by semesters 24

6.3.2. Part-time studies: division by semesters 26

7. Implementation of the study programme 29

7.1. Forms and methods of instruction 29

7.1.1. Traditional methods of teaching 29

7.1.2. Interactive methods 30

7.1.3. Autonomous (independent) work of the students 32

7.2. System of students’ assessment 34

8. Study programme’s administration 38

8.1. Members of the study programme administration 38

8.2. Composition of the Study Programme’s Council 38

9. Academic staff 39

9.1. Academic staff involved in the implementation of the study programme Digital visualization to obtain

the degree of Professional Bachelor. 39

9.1.1. Academic staff involved in the obligatory study courses.* 39

9.1.2. Academic staff involved in the field-specific specialization (vocational) study courses 40

9.1.3. Statement of the Baltic Russian Institute 41

9.2. List of the academic staff members with the study courses taught. 41

9.3. Policy of academic staff selection and development 43

9.3.1. Adequacy of the qualification of the academic staff members’ to the study programme’s goals and objectives 43

9.3.2. Awards for the projects elaborated with participation of the academic staff members 44

9.3.3. Organization of exhibitions, participation in exhibition and other creative activities, including the projects, elaborated and implemented 45

9.3.4. Participation of the academic staff members in conferences, seminars and competitions 53

9.3.5. Elaborations of methods-related aids and publications on creative, scientific research and applied

research activities. 57

9.3.6. Membership of the teaching staff in professional organizations 57

9.4.Systematic rotation, development, additions and changes to the personnel 58

9.4.1. Improvement and professional development of academic staff 59

9.4.2. Agreements on co-operation made by the BRI 59

9.5. Possibilities for professional development of the staff members. 59

9.5.1. Development of the academic staff in the field of pedagogy (ac. years 2003-2005) 61

10. Students 62

10.1. Students’ matriculation 62

10.1.1. Matriculation of the students graduated from the study programme Environmental design 62

10.2. Quality assurance system 64

10.3. The number of the students 64

10.3.1. Number of the students matriculated and expelled from the studies 64

10.3.2. Reasons for expulsion 64

10.3.3. Expected number of students 65

10.4. Students’ participation in the study process improvement 66

10.5. Students’ survey 66

10.6. Evaluation of the teaching staff work 66

10.7. Evaluation of the study programme 66

10.7.Graduates’ survey and analysis 71

10.9. Students’ participation in conferences 71

10.10. Programme of preparatory courses 72

11. Intended informative and promotional activities for the programme 72

12. Finansing of the study programme 74

13. Materail and technical resources and facilities 75

13.1. Facilities used by the study prgramme Digital visualizaiot\n as of 1June, 2005 75

13.2. Computer equipment for the BRI study rooms in Riga as of 16 May, 2005 76

13.3. Development of the programme’s material and technical resources and facilities 77

14. Methodical support of the study programme 78

14.1. BRI library stock and its completion 78

14.2. Informative activities of the library 79

14.3. Organization of the library members service 79

15. Additional information facilities for the study programme 80

15.1. Information technologies centre 80

15.2. Opportunity for the Internet access 80

16. Policy of the external contat development 81

16.1. Co-operation with the employers 81

16.1.1. Basic principles of co-operation 81

16.1.2. Practical placements in academic year 2004/2005 82

16.2. Co-operation with higher education establishments 82

16.3. Guest-lecturers 84

17. Plans for the study programmme’s development 85

17.1. The directions of the study programme’s developemnt 85

17.2. Developmentof the material resources 85

17.3. Number of students 85

18. Comparison of the second level higher education study programme Digital visualization leading to professional Bachelor degree with similar study programme in Latvia and abroad. 86

18.1. Comparison of study programme Digital visualization with higher education study programmes delivered in Latvia 86

18.1.1. Comparison of the second-level higher education study programme Digital visualization leading to professional Bachelor degree with the study programme delivered at the International Institute of Practical Psychology 86

18.1.2. Comparison of the study programme Digital visualization with the second-level higher education

study programme leading to professional Bachelor degree delivered at the Daugavpils University. 87

18.1.3. Comparison of the study courses included in the BRI second-level higher education study programme Digital visualization leading to professional Bachelor with the similar study programmes delivered in Latvia.* 88

18.1.4. Comparison of the BRI second-level higher education study programme Digital visualization leading to

professional Bachelor degree with similar study programmes delivered abroad. 92

18.2.1.Comparison of the BRI professional study programme Digital visualization with four European

higher education study programmes of similar contents by the total CP value and

the duration of the studies 93

18.2.2.Comparison of the BRI professional study programme Digital visualization with the study programme in design implemented in the Šiauliai University at the Faculty of Technologies 93

19. Summary 95


APPENDICES pp.
Appendix Nr.1

The Standard of Profession 2


Appendix Nr. 2

Second-level higher professional education study programme DIGITAL VISUALIZATION. Work placement for professional practice


Appendix Nr. 2.1 Work placement for professional practice. Daugavpils branch 10

Appendix Nr. 2.2 Regulations on the practice. General information on practice in the study programme 11

Appendix Nr. 3


Appendix Nr. 3.1. Definitions of the research, applied research and practical activities relevant to the profession of a designer. 30

Appendix Nr. 3.2.Baltic Russian Institute second-level higher professional education study programme DIGITAL VISUALIZATION (DV). COURSE WORK /PROJECT

REGULATIONS (Guidelines for the students’ course work) 39
Appendix Nr. 4

Questionnaires for the student's survey 40





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