The fossil foundings and fossilization of selected groups of the vertebrates (according to the interest of students). Comparative anatomy and selection of the most topic literature from the relevant world and domestic journals.
Proficiency and understanding of paleontological rules in the function of the evolution of fossil vertebrates.
Understanding and complexity of interactions in the biosphere of geological history.
Ability to search (mostly foreign) literatures and references as well as browsing and using relevant web pages/portals for the purpose of synthesis of paleontological determinations and interpretations (taxonomy, paleogeography, paleoecology, paleoclimatology).
Ability to interpret paleontological statistic data, multivar data as well as different graphs, tables for the purpose of reconstruction of geological history of life.
Ability of critical thinking on the basis of field- and literature data.