- Knowledge and ability to understand: students will acquire knowledge and understanding skills in the field of Greek literature, with the acquisition of a solid knowledge of its diachronic development, then the basic concepts of comparative and historical linguistics and Indo-European studies, laying stress on society, poetry, religion.
- Knowledge and understanding skills applied: the students will be able to apply the knowledge and understanding skills useful to the institutional preparation of Greek literature; then, to comment on the texts of the course and to make connections among the Indo-European languages and cultures within the scientific method. Appropriate skills will be acquired to understand the most conspicuous problems of interpretation, through the possession of bibliographic tools. Ability to understand and skills in solving problems related to new or unfamiliar subjects, belonging to larger or interdisciplinary contexts related to their field of study will be strengthened.
- Autonomy of judgment: students will develop the ability to collect and interpret data useful for determining independent judgments in Greek literature and Indo-European languages and cultures, including transversal reflections on cultural and intercultural, scientific or ethical issues related to them. They will be able to integrate knowledge, manage complexity and make judgments based on limited or incomplete information.
- Communication skills: thanks to the attention for communication skills and in particular on the development and use of mediation skills, students will be able to communicate certain information. They will be able to formulate conclusions clearly, supported by knowledge. They will also be able to explain the underlying rationale behind their conclusions.
- Ability to learn: thanks to the general teaching system, students will develop the learning skills necessary to continue to study, in an autonomous and predominantly self-directed way, in ongoing and continuous training courses.