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1 Programme-specific Section of the Curriculum for the MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics at the Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen 2009 (Rev. 2015) Contents 1 Title, affiliation and language Title Affiliation Corps of external examiners Language Academic profile Purpose General programme profile General structure of the programme Career opportunities Description of competence profiles Specialisation: Geoinformatics Specialisation: Dynamic Geomorphology Processes and Landscapes Admission requirements Applicants with a Bachelor s degree in Geography and Geoinformatics Applicants with a Bachelor s degree in the field of science Applicants with a related Bachelor s degree Other applicants Language requirements Prioritisation of applicants Structure of the programme Specialisation 1: Geoinformatics Specialisation 1: Dynamic Geomorphology Processes and Landscapes Specialisation 1: Global Environmental Soil Science and Climate Changes Specialisation 1: Environment, Society and Development Specialisation 1: Transformation of Cities and Landscapes Specialisation 2: Geoinformatics (thesis, 45 or 60 ECTS credits) Specialisation 2: Dynamic Geomorphology Processes and Landscapes (thesis, 45 or 60 ECTS credits) Specialisation 2: Global Environmental Soil Sciences and Climate Changes (thesis, 45 or 60 ECTS credits) Specialisation 2: Environment, Society and Development (thesis, 45 or 60 ECTS credits) Specialisation 2: Transformation of Cities and Landscapes (thesis, 45 or 60ECTS credits) Compliance of the requirements for external examiners and assessment Exemptions Commencement etc Validity Transfer Amendment Appendix 1 Tables Appendix 2 Interim arrangements Appendix 3 Description of objectives for the thesis Page 1 of 43

2 1 Title, affiliation and language A shared section that applies to all BSc and MSc Programmes at the Faculty of Science is linked to this programme-specific curriculum. 1.1 Title The MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Geoinformatics leads to a Master of Science (MSc) in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Geoinformatics with the Danish title: Cand.scient.(candidatus/candidata scientiarum) i geografi and geoinformatik med en specialisering i geoinformatik. The MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Dynamic Geomorphology Processes and Landscapes leads to a Master of Science (MSc) in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Dynamic Geomorphology Processes and Landscapes with the Danish title: Cand.scient. (candidatus/candidata scientiarum) i geografi and geoinformatik med en specialisering i dynamisk geomorfologi processer og landskaber. The MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Global Environmental Soil Science and Climate Changes leads to a Master of Science (MSc) in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Global Environmental Soil Science and Climate Changes with the Danish title: Cand.scient. (candidatus/candidata scientiarum) i geografi and geoinformatik med en specialisering i global miljømæssig jordbundsvidenskab og klimaforandringer. The MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Environment, Society and Development leads to a Master of Science (MSc) in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Environment, Society and Development with the Danish title: Cand.scient. (candidatus/candidata scientiarum) i geografi and geoinformatik med en specialisering i miljø, samfund og udvikling. The MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in in Transformation of Cities and Landscapes leads to a Master of Science (MSc) in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Transformation of Cities and Landscapes with the Danish title: Cand.scient. (candidatus/candidata scientiarum) i geografi and geoinformatik med en specialisering i transformation af byer og landskaber. 1.2 Affiliation The programme is affiliated with the Study Board for Geosciences and Management, and the students can both elect, and be elected, to this study board. 1.3 Corps of external examiners The following corps of external examiners is used for the central parts of the MSc Programme: Corps of External Examiners for Geography (geografi). 1.4 Language The language of this MSc Programme is English. 2 Academic profile 2.1 Purpose Graduates in Geography & Geoinformatics are able to apply geographical methods of working in a critical manner and communicate academic problems and model solutions to geographers and to other partners and users. The breadth and interdisciplinary nature of the Page 2 of 43

3 programme enables them to engage in and manage complex tasks and projects. They are also able to understand and work with people from different scientific backgrounds, and act as bridge-builders between, e.g. science and social studies. 2.2 General programme profile The study programme is structured around five specialisation profiles namely Geoinformatics, Dynamic Geomorphology Processes and Landscapes, Global environmental Soil Sciences and Climate Changes, Environment, Society and Development, Transformation of Cities and Landscapes. Each specialisation includes a number of mandatory and specialised restricted elective courses. The thesis, which concludes the MSc programme, is an independent experimental, field-based or theoretical study within a clearly defined area of the geographical fields of study. Geography and Geoinformatics is the key subject area of the programme. 2.3 General structure of the programme The MSc Programme is set at 120 ECTS credits. The MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics consists of the following elements: Specialisation 1, 30 ECTS credits. Specialisation 2, 90 ECTS credits, including the thesis. The student must choose one of the following specialisations: Specialisation 1: Geoinformatics. Specialisation 1: Dynamic Geomorphology Processes and Landscapes. Specialisation 1: Global Environmental Soil Sciences and Climate Changes. Specialisation 1: Environment, Society and Development. Specialisation 1: Transformation of Cities and Landscapes. Specialisation 2: Geoinformatics (thesis, 45 ECTS credits) Specialisation 2. Geoinformatics (thesis, 60 ECTS credits) Specialisation 2: Dynamic Geomorphology Processes and Landscapes (thesis, 45 ECTS credits) Specialisation 2: Dynamic Geomorphology Processes and Landscapes (thesis, 60 ECTS credits) Specialisation 2: Global Environmental Soil Sciences and Climate Changes (thesis, 45 ECTS credits) Specialisation 2: Global Environmental Soil Sciences and Climate Changes (thesis, 60 ECTS credits) Specialisation 2: Environment, Society and Development (thesis, 45 ECTS credits) Specialisation 2: Environment, Society and Development (thesis, 60 ECTS credits) Specialisation 2: Transformation of Cities and Landscapes (thesis, 45 ECTS credits) Specialisation 2: Transformation of Cities and Landscapes (thesis, 60 ECTS credits) 2.4 Career opportunities The MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics qualifies students for a PhD programme, and depending on the academic specialisation it may also be targeted at business functions and/or areas such as: Holders of an MSc degree in Geography & Geoinformatics are able to apply geographical methodologies in a critical manner and communicate geographical subject matter and solution models both to other geographers and other collaboration partners and users. With their broadly based and often interdisciplinary education, they are capable of being involved in and managing complex tasks and projects. Also, they are able to understand and work with persons from other scientific backgrounds and bridge the gaps between, for example, the natural and social sciences. Page 3 of 43

4 3 Description of competence profiles Students following the MSc Programme acquire the knowledge, skills and competences listed below. Students will also acquire other qualifications through elective subject elements and other study activities. 3.1 Specialisation: Geoinformatics On completion of the programme, an MSc in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Geoinformatics has acquired the following: Knowledge about: Theory and concepts within GIS, GIscience, and remote sensing (Earth observation/eo). Advanced use of geographical information systems (GIS) for applications within Geography, including spatial planning. Acquiring, processing and applications of contemporary remote sensing for environmental monitoring and modelling. Advanced methods for spatial analysis and modelling. Programing, Customization and Automation in GIS. Different GIS/EO platforms. Relevant GIS data models. State-of-the-art environmental monitoring algorithms within optical and thermal infrared remote sensing. Processing of data from registers and digital maps. Advanced methods of mapping and visualizations. Skills to: Perform advanced GIS/EO-based spatial analysis, based on relevant data sets and appropriate methods. Manage relevant GIS/EO software on an advanced level including programming and automation. Conduct effective visual communication of spatial data and the results of spatial analysis. Select appropriate EO data and methodology for areas covering the interaction between environmental resources, the dynamics and management of global and local land use, and global climate change. Assess data quality, e.g. in terms of uncertainty, in order to understand and describe the limitations of current EO and GIS technology. Integrate EO data with other data in a GIS environment. Competences to: Work at a high scientific and application-oriented level with state-of-the-art digital spatial data, analytical tools and GIS/EO software. Theorise and understand how geoinformatics including GIS and EO may be integrated in different scientific fields including environmental monitoring and modelling on both local and global scales. 3.2 Specialisation: Dynamic Geomorphology Processes and Landscapes On completion of the programme, an MSc in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Dynamic Geomorphology Processes and Landscapes has acquired the following: Page 4 of 43

5 Knowledge about: Major landforms and their genesis, with special emphasis on the effects of water and wind. Various methods and equipment used in the study of fluvial, estuarine, marine and Aeolian environments. The potential effect of sea-level and climate change on landscape processes and geomorphology. Common methods for establishing relative and absolute chronology, as well as paleogeographical reconstruction. Skills to: Design and carry out studies and research projects within the fields of geomorphology, sediment transport and landscape processes. Review a scientific subject based on original scientific literature. Utilise a broad range of scientific methods within this field. Competences to: Work at a high scientific and application-oriented level with sediment transport in fluvial, estuarine, marine and aeolian environments. Work at a high scientific and application-oriented level with field methods used in studies of sediment transport and the marine environment. Work at a high scientific and application-oriented level with stratigraphy and the genesis of coastal landscapes. Work at a high scientific and application-oriented level with relative and absolute chronology. Work at a high scientific and application-oriented level with paleogeographical reconstruction. Work at a high scientific and application-oriented level with the response of coastal landscapes to changes in sea level and climate. 3.3 Specialisation: Global Environmental Soil Sciences and Climate Changes On completion of the programme, an MSc in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Global Environmental Soil Sciences and Climate Changes has acquired the following: Knowledge about: Soil processes, mapping and classification in an environmental and agricultural context Application of advanced field methods, e.g. taking water, soil and air samples, monitoring environmental drivers via water content, and quantifying greenhouse gas production rates and emissions. Selecting appropriate methods, sampling strategies and validation processes, estimating margins of error and methods for scaling process and interactions on an ecosystem level. Speciation modelling and mass balance calculations. Advanced theoretical background and up-to-date research on selected topics in Arctic, Danish and tropical soils, including: Solute transport processes in soils, element cycling and pollution and soil nutrient dynamics, bio-availability and changing land use. The physical processed at the surface with relation to exchange of energy, water and carbon. The expected economic and physical consequences of climate change. The interplay between atmospheric circulation and radiation/energy balance and correlation with the global climate. Page 5 of 43

6 The scientific background of a climate-related problem. The application of global climate models to spatio-temporal variations in the global climate. Photosynthesis, evapotranspiration and energy balance in relation to spatio-temporal variations in vegetation and land use. Skills to: Identify and apply appropriate methods for assessing chemical and physical processes in soil related to climate change, changing land use and pollution. Describe interacting processes in soil on different temporal and spatial scales. Explain key elements in the analysis by means of various anthropogenic actions. Identify and describe key factors that control a range of biogeochemical processes and net effects in terms of the environmental impact of pollutants and greenhouse gases. Identify and explain the limitations and implications of the collected data. Give an oral presentation based on a specific topic, and present data in the form of a short, concise report. Assess the interplay between the physical and economic conditions which are currently affected by global climate change as well as the mechanisms which have been used to reduce climate change and its consequences. Assess the relationship between terrestrial ecosystems and global climate systems contextualized via historical and present-day perspectives and across a range of temporal and spatial scales from seconds to millennia and from stomata to continents. Assess how models at different scales and databases can be used to enhance our understanding of present and historical climate and predict future development in climatic trends. Competences to: Address, at a high scientific and application-oriented level, the chemical and physical processes in soils in an environmental context, with a special emphasis on climate change, changing land use, nutrient cycles and pollution. Work at a high scientific and application-oriented level with the field's methods and be able to discuss their selection, interpretation and related problems. Work at a high scientific and application-oriented level conducting analyses of soil in relation to the release of nutrients, element cycling and emissions to the atmosphere as a result of changing land use, climate change and pollution. Work at a high scientific and application-oriented level with climate change in recent times. Work at a high scientific and application-oriented level with the relationship between climate, ecosystems and land use in different climate zones. Work at a high scientific and application-oriented level with a broad range of uses of climate data in environmental monitoring and modelling of land surfaces from the local to the global level. Work at a high scientific and application-oriented level with the relationship between climate and the content of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. 3.4 Specialisation: Environment, Society and Development On completion of the programme, an MSc in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Environment, Society and Development has acquired the following: Knowledge about: Theoretical approaches to development geography and human-environment interactions. Page 6 of 43

7 Globalisation and the dynamics of global value chains. Migration, urbanisation and rural-urban connections. Sustainable rural and urban livelihoods. Land use change processes from local to global scale. Environmental change mitigation and adaptation. Skills to: Summarise a topic from available research-based literature relating to the theme of environment and society in developing countries. Select appropriate quantitative and qualitative methodologies for problem-based research. Plan and perform field work and projects in developing countries. Compile and analyze complex data from a variety of sources. Communicate results of research and projects orally and in writing. Competences to: Work at a high scientific and application-oriented level with a broad range of theoretical and methodological approaches to development geography and human-environmental interactions. Work with interdisciplinary dimensions of sustainability and globalisation processes, particularly their impacts and spatial aspects at different scales. Work, individually and in teams, with complex problems by organizing them into manageable projects. Work in and understand the implications of cross-cultural contexts. 3.5 Specialisation: Transformation of Cities and Landscapes On completion of the programme, an MSc in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Transformation of Cities and Landscapes has acquired the following: Knowledge about: The key social, political and economic processes and drivers of the location, distribution and growth of human activity and the role of uneven geographical development including its implications and consequences for particular geographies such as nation states, cities, city-regions, the peri-urban areas and the countryside. Globalisation, rescaling and the transformation of cities and landscapes including the role of urbanisation and local strategies in landscapes and built environments. Urban and regional development, new spaces of production and the knowledge economy, innovation, location and agglomeration of industries, firms, skills, labour and labour markets, agricultural restructuring and rural development. Urban social geographies, social and spatial inequalities, mobility, segregation, gentrification, housing, gender and ethnicity. Spatial planning including the shift from government to governance, policy networks and coalitions, new public management, planning strategies and regime theory. Space and place including conceptualisation of cities and landscapes, discourses of space and place, urban and rural transformations, the post-productivist transition and landscape values. Advanced GIS applications within the context of urban and regional analysis and planning. Skills to: Design and perform studies and research projects within the field of human geography, cities, regions and landscapes. Page 7 of 43

8 Present theoretical arguments, conduct theoretical and empirical assessments and use the appropriate theories, methods and data to perform scientific analyses. Apply a broad range of scientific methods relevant to particular research questions. Reflect on the relationship between theory and empirical data and analyse, assess and apply results. Competences to: Work at a high scientific and application-oriented level with social, political and economic processes and drivers of the location, distribution and growth of human activity. Work at a high scientific and application-oriented level with globalisation, local strategies and the social, political and economic transformations of nation states, cities, city regions and the countryside. Work at a high scientific and application-oriented level with in-depth knowledge of the central theoretical and empirical issues concerning the growth and transformation of cities and landscapes, and hence, competencies to conduct scientific based analyses of specific subjects through use of the appropriate methods including GIS. 4 Admission requirements Students are admitted to the MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics once a, with studies starting on 1 September. Applicants with a Bachelor s degree in Geography and Geoinformatics from the University of Copenhagen who complete their Bachelor s degree in block 1 or 2 may additionally be admitted to the MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics with studies starting on 1 February of the academic in question. 4.1 Applicants with a Bachelor s degree in Geography and Geoinformatics Applicants with a Bachelor s degree in Geography and Geoinformatics from the University of Copenhagen, other Danish or Nordic universities are directly academically qualified for admission to the MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics. 4.2 Applicants with a Bachelor s degree in the field of science Applicants with a Bachelor s degree in the field of science from the Faculty of SCIENCE at the University of Copenhagen may be admitted if their programme includes the following: Courses from the bachelor in Geography and Geoinformatics, 60 ECTS credit. 4.3 Applicants with a related Bachelor s degree Applicants with a Bachelor s degree in Surveying and Mapping, or Urban, Energy and Environmental Planning, International Development Studies (with a social science or naturalscience basic programme), Natural resources, Environmental Engineering from the University of Copenhagen or other Danish universities are directly academically qualified for admission onto the MSc programme in Geography and Geoinformatics. 4.4 Other applicants The Faculty may also admit applicants who, after a thorough academic assessment, are deemed to possess a Bachelor s degree with educational qualifications equivalent to those required in Page 8 of 43

9 4.5 Language requirements Applicants from Nordic universities Applicants with a Bachelor s degree from Nordic universities must as a minimum document English language qualifications comparable to a Danish upper secondary school English B level Non-Nordic applicants Applicants with a non-nordic Bachelor s degree must be able to document English proficiency corresponding to an IELTS test score of minimum 6.5 or a ToEFL test score of minimum 213 (computer-based), 560 (paper-based) or 83 (Internet-based). 5 Prioritisation of applicants If the number of qualified applicants to the programme exceeds the number of places available, applicants will be prioritised as follows: 1) Applicants with a Bachelor s degree in Geography & Geoinformatics from the University of Copenhagen seeking admission by way of direct extension of their completed BSc programme. Admitted on condition that there be legally entitled Bachelors for the programme. 2) Applicants with a Bachelor s degree in Geography & Geoinformatics. 3) Applicants who fulfil the criteria listed in ) Applicants who fulfil the criteria listed in ) Applicants who fulfil the criteria listed in 4.4. Applicants are then prioritised according to the highest number of ECTS credits gained in subject elements in Geography and Geoinformatics. 6 Structure of the programme The compulsory subject elements, restricted elective subject elements and the thesis constitute the central parts of the programme (Section 21 of the Ministerial order on Bachelor and Master s Programmes (Candidatus) at Universities). All of the compulsory subject elements (including the thesis) defined below must be followed at the exact time planned according to the table in Appendix 1. and elective subject elements may be freely placed in the remaining blocks within a specialisation. Before the beginning of the MSc Programme the student must choose the first specialisation. Before the end of the first specialisation the student must choose the second specialisation. If the second specialisation is not choosen by then the student will automatically be registrered with the following specialisation: Specialisation 1 Geoinformatics Dynamic Geomorphology Processes and Landscapes. Global Environmental Soil Sciences and Climate Changes Environment, Society and Development Transformation of Cities and Landscapes Specialisation 2 - automatic registration Geoinformatics (thesis, 45 ECTS credits) Dynamic Geomorphology Processes and Landscapes (thesis, 45 ECTS credits) Global Environmental Soil Sciences and Climate Changes (thesis, 45 ECTS credits) Environment, Society and Development (thesis, 45 ECTS credits) Transformation of Cities and Landscapes (thesis, 45 ECTS credits) Page 9 of 43

10 6.1 Specialisation 1: Geoinformatics The specialisation is set at 30 ECTS credits and consists of the following: Compulsory subject elements, 15 ECTS credits. subject elements, 15 ECTS credits Compulsory subject elements All of the following subject elements are to be covered (15 ECTS credits): NIGK15001U Advanced Geoinformatics Block ECTS credits NIGK14045U Remote Sensing of the Bio-Geosphere (Part 1) Block ECTS credits subject elements 15 ECTS credits are to be covered as subject elements from the following list: NIGK14038U Spatial Analysis Block ECTS credits NIGK14046U Remote Sensing of the Bio-Geosphere (Part 2) Block ECTS credits NGEK10018U Countryside Planning: Policies, Processes and Block ECTS credits Regulation NGEK10019U Ecological Climatology and Climate Change Block ECTS credits Admission to the next specialisation Students with this specialisation can be admitted to the following specialisations: Specialisation 2: Geoinformatics (thesis, 45 ECTS credits) Specialisation 2: Geoinformatics (thesis, 60 ECTS credits) 6.2 Specialisation 1: Dynamic Geomorphology Processes and Landscapes The specialisation is set at 30 ECTS credits and consists of the following: Compulsory subject elements, 15 ECTS credits. subject elements, 15 ECTS credits Compulsory subject elements All of the following subject elements are to be covered (15 ECTS credits): NIGK14049U Coastal, Estuarine and Fluvial Geoscience (Part 1) Block ECTS credits NIGK14050U Coastal, Estuarine and Fluvial Geoscience (Part 2) Block ECTS credits subject elements 15 ECTS credits are to be covered as subject elements from the following list: NIGK14025U Water Resources (Part 1) Block ECTS credits NIGK14045U Remote Sensing of the Bio-Geosphere (Part 1) Block ECTS credits NGEK10016U Climate Changes: Causes, Effects, Mitigation and Block ECTS credits Adaptation NIGK14046U Remote Sensing of the Bio-Geosphere (Part 2) Block ECTS credits NIGK14026U Water Resources (Part 2) Block ECTS credits Admission to the next specialisation Students with this specialisation can be admitted to the following specialisations: Specialisation 2: Dynamic Geomorphology Processes and Landscapes (thesis, 45 ECTS credits) Specialisation 2: Dynamic Geomorphology Processes and Landscapes Landscapes (thesis, 60 ECTS credits) 6.3 Specialisation 1: Global Environmental Soil Science and Climate Changes The specialisation is set at 30 ECTS credits and consists of the following elements: Compulsory courses, 15 ECTS credits. courses, 15 ECTS credits. Page 10 of 43

11 6.3.1 Compulsory subject elements All of the following subject elements are to be covered (15 ECTS credits): NIGK14043U Environmental Soil Sciences (Part 1) Block ECTS credits NGEK10016U Climate Changes: Causes, Effects, Mitigation and Adaptation Block ECTS credits subject elements 15 ECTS credits are to be covered as subject elements from the following list: NIGK14044U Environmental Soil Sciences (Part 2) Block ECTS credits NGEK10019U Ecological Climatology and Climate Change Block ECTS credits NIGK14046U Remote Sensing of the Bio-Geosphere (Part 2) Block ECTS credits Admission to the next specialisation Students with this specialisation can be admitted to the following specialisations: Specialisation 2: Global Environmental Soil Sciences and Climate Changes (thesis, 45 ECTS credits) Specialisation 2: Global Environmental Soil Science and Climate Changes (thesis, 60 ECTS credits) 6.4 Specialisation 1: Environment, Society and Development The specialisation is set at 30 ECTS credits and consists of the following: Compulsory subject elements, 15 ECTS credits. subject elements, 15 ECTS credits Compulsory subject elements All of the following subject elements are to be covered (15 ECTS credits): NIGK14047U Environment, Society and Development (Part 1) Development Geography Block 1 NIGK14048U Environment, Society and Development (Part 2) Block 1 Human Environment Interactions 7.5 ECTS credits 7.5 ECTS credits subject elements 15 ECTS credits are to be covered as subject elements from the following list: NIGK14009U Land Use Transitions in the Global South Block ECTS credits NGEK11006U International Migration - Flows, Networks and Block ECTS credits Diasporas NIGK14042U Transformations of Cities and Landscapes: Block ECTS credits Globalisation and Local Strategies NGEK10018U Countryside Planning: Policies, Processes and Block ECTS credits Regulation NIGK14038U Spatial Analysis Block ECTS credits Admission to the next specialisation Students with this specialisation can be admitted to the following specialisations: Specialisation 2: Environment, Society and Development (thesis, 45 ECTS credits) Specialisation 2: Environment, Society and Development (thesis, 60 ECTS credits) 6.5 Specialisation 1: Transformation of Cities and Landscapes The specialisation is set at 30 ECTS credits and consists of the following: Compulsory subject elements, 15 ECTS credits. subject elements, 15 ECTS credits. Page 11 of 43

12 6.5.1 Compulsory subject elements All of the following subject elements are to be covered (15 ECTS credits): NIGK14041U Transformations of Cities and Landscapes (Part 1): Globalisation and Local Strategies Block 1 NIGK14042U Transformations of Cities and Landscapes (Part Block 2 2): Globalisation and Local Strategies 7.5 ECTS credits 7.5 ECTS credits subject elements 15 ECTS credits are to be covered as subject elements from the following list: NGEK10015U The Dynamics of City Regions: Social and Block ECTS credits Economic Change NIGK15001U Advanced Geoinformatics Block ECTS credits NIGK14047U Environment, Society and Development (Part 1) Block ECTS credits Development Geography NIGK14048U Environment, Society and Development (Part 2) Block ECTS credits Human Environment Interactions NGEK10018U Countryside Planning: Policies, Processes and Regulation Block ECTS credits Admission to the next specialisation Students with this specialisation can be admitted to the following specialisations: Specialisation 2: Transformation of Cities and Landscapes (thesis, 45 ECTS credit) Specialisation 2: Transformation of Cities and Landscapes (thesis, 60 ECTS credit) 6.6 Specialisation 2: Geoinformatics (thesis, 45 or 60 ECTS credits) The specialisation is set at 90 ECTS credits and consists of the following: subject elements, 30 ECTS credits (thesis, 45 ECTS credit). subject elements, 15 ECTS credits (thesis, 60 ECTS credit). Elective subject elements, 15 ECTS credits. Thesis, 45 or 60 ECTS credits subject elements 30 ECTS credits are to be covered as subject elements from the following list (thesis, 45 ECTS credit). 15 ECTS credits are to be covered as subject elements from the following list (thesis, 60 ECTS credit). NGEK10016U Climate Changes: Causes, Effects, Mitigation and Block ECTS credits Adaptation NGEK10018U Countryside Planning: Policies, Processes and Block ECTS credits Regulation NGEK10019U Ecological Climatology and Climate Change Block ECTS credits NIGK15006U Field and Methods Course in Geography and Block ECTS credits Geoinformatics NGEK10002U Applied GIS and Geoinformatics for Urban Block ECTS credits Spatial Analysis NIGK14040U Remote Sensing Seminar and Project Work Block ECTS credits NIGK15005U Ecological Modelling Block ECTS credits NIGK15021U Programming, Customization and Automation in Block ECTS credits GIS NIGK15002U Aerial and Near-field Remote Sensing Block ECTS credits NGEK10027U Project Management and Planning Block ECTS credits NIGK15006U Field and Methods Course in Geography and Geoinformatics Block ECTS credits Page 12 of 43

13 NIGK15022U Project Course in Geography and Geoinformatics Block ECTS credits NFKK14006U Project in Practice Block ECTS credits Elective subject elements 15 ECTS credits are to be covered as elective subject elements. BSc subject elements corresponding to 15 ECTS credits may be included in the MSc Programme without the approval of the study board. Projects outside the course scope may be included in the elective section of the programme with up to 15 ECTS credits. The regulations are described in Appendix 5 to the shared section of the curriculum. Projects in practice may be included in the elective section of the programme by up to 15 ECTS credits. Note that Projects in practice may not exceed 15 ECTS credits of the combined restricted elective and elective subject elements of the programme. The regulations are described in Appendix 4 to the shared section of the curriculum Thesis The MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Geoinformatics includes a thesis corresponding to 45 or 60 ECTS credits, as described in Appendix 2 to the shared curriculum. The topic of the thesis must be within the academic scope of the programme. There are programme specific rules which define parts of the shared curriculum in more detail. The following specific rules apply to a thesis corresponding to 45 ECTS credits: The thesis must be written full time. There are programme specific rules which define parts of the shared curriculum in more detail. The following specific rules apply to a thesis corresponding to 60 ECTS credits: The thesis must be written full time Academic mobility The academic mobility for the MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Geoinformatics (thesis, 45 ECTS credit) is placed in block 3+4 of the 1 st. This means that the curriculum makes it possible to follow subject elements and conduct projects outside the Faculty of Science. The academic mobility for the MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Geoinformatics (thesis, 60 ECTS credit) is placed in block 3+4 of the first. This means that the curriculum makes it possible to follow subject elements and conduct projects outside the Faculty of Science. In addition the student has the possibility to arrange similar academic mobility in other parts of the programme. Both options require that the student follows the rules and regulations regarding pre-approvals and credit. 6.7 Specialisation 2: Dynamic Geomorphology Processes and Landscapes (thesis, 45 or 60 ECTS credits) The specialisation is set at 90 ECTS credits and consists of the following elements: subject elements, 30 ECTS credits (thesis, 45 ECTS credits). subject elements, 15 ECTS credits (thesis, 60 ECTS credits). Page 13 of 43

14 Elective subject elements, 15 ECTS credits. Thesis, 45 or 60 ECTS credits subject elements 30 ECTS credits are to be covered as subject elements from the following list (thesis, 45 ECTS credit). 15 ECTS credits are to be covered as subject elements from the following list (thesis, 60 ECTS credit). NIGK14045U Remote Sensing of the Bio-Geosphere (Part 1) Block ECTS credits NGEK10016U Climate Changes: Causes, Effects, Mitigation and Block ECTS credits Adaptation NIGK14043U Environmental Soil Sciences (Part 1) Block ECTS credits NIGK14048U Environment, Society and Development (Part 2) Block ECTS credits Human Environmental Interactions NIGK14046U Remote Sensing of the Bio-Geosphere (Part 2) Block ECTS credits NGEK10019U Ecological Climatology and Climate Change Block ECTS credits NIGK14044U Environmental Soil Sciences (Part 2) Block ECTS credits NIGK15006U Field and Methods Course in Geography and Block ECTS credits Geoinformatics NGEA09056U Numerical Modelling in the Fluvial, Coastal, Block ECTS credits Estuarine and Marine Environment NIGK15027U Surface Hydrology Block ECTS credits NGEA09055U Process Studies and Field Techniques Block ECTS credits LNAK10010U Environmental Impact Assessment Block ECTS credits NIGK14008U VVM i Praksis Block ECTS credits NIGK15006U Field and Methods Course in Geography and Block 3+4 Geoinformatics NIGK15033U Marine Geoscience Block 5 5 ECTS credits NIGK15006U Field and Methods Course in Geography and Block ECTS credits Geoinformatics NIGK15022U Project Course in Geography and Geoinformatics Block ECTS credits NFKK14006U Project in Practice Block ECTS credits Elective subject elements 15 ECTS credits are to be covered as elective subject elements. BSc subject elements corresponding to 15 ECTS credits may be included in the MSc Programme without the approval of the study board. Projects outside the course scope may be included in the elective section of the programme by up to 15 ECTS credits. The regulations are described in Appendix 5 to the shared section of the curriculum. Projects in practice may be included in the elective section of the programme by up to 15 ECTS credits. Note that Projects in practice may not exceed 15 ECTS credits of the combined restricted elective and elective subject elements of the programme. The regulations are described in Appendix 4 to the shared section of the curriculum Thesis The MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Dynamic Geomorphology Processes and Landscapes includes a thesis corresponding to 45 or 60 ECTS credits, as described in Appendix 2 to the shared curriculum. The topic of the thesis must be within the academic scope of the programme. Page 14 of 43

15 There are programme specific rules which define parts of the shared curriculum in more detail. The following specific rules apply to a thesis corresponding to 45 ECTS credits: The thesis must be written full time. There are programme specific rules which define parts of the shared curriculum in more detail. The following specific rules apply to a thesis corresponding to 60 ECTS credits: The thesis must be written full time Academic mobility The academic mobility for the MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Dynamic Geomorphology Processes and Landscapes (thesis, 45 ECTS credits) is placed in block 3+4 of the 1 st. This means that the curriculum makes it possible to follow subject elements and conduct projects outside the Faculty of Science. The academic mobility for the MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Dynamic Geomorphology Processes and Landscapes (thesis, 60 ECTS credits) is placed in block 3+4 of the 1 st. This means that the curriculum makes it possible to follow subject elements and conduct projects outside the Faculty of Science. In addition the student has the possibility to arrange similar academic mobility in other parts of the programme. Both options require that the student follows the rules and regulations regarding pre-approvals and credit. 6.8 Specialisation 2: Global Environmental Soil Sciences and Climate Changes (thesis, 45 or 60 ECTS credits) The specialisation is set at 90 ECTS credits and consists of the following elements: subject elements, 30 ECTS credits (thesis, 45 ECTS credits). subject elements, 15 ECTS credits (thesis, 60 ECTS credits). Elective subject elements, 15 ECTS credits. Thesis, 45 ECTS credits subject elements 30 ECTS credits are to be covered as subject elements from the following list (thesis, 45 ECTS credit). 15 ECTS credits are to be covered as subject elements from the following list (thesis, 60 ECTS credit). NIGK14045U Remote Sensing of the Bio-geosphere (Part 1) Block ECTS credits NIGK14049U Coastal, Estuarine and Fluvial Geoscience (Part 1) Block ECTS credits NIGK14046U Remote Sensing of the Bio-geosphere (Part 2) Block ECTS credits NIGK14050U Coastal, Estuarine and Fluvial Geoscience (Part 2) Block ECTS credits NIGK15006U Field and Methods Course in Geography and Block ECTS credits Geoinformatics NIGK15027U Surface Hydrology Block ECTS credits NIGK15005U Ecological Modelling Block ECTS credits NGEA09056U Numerical Modelling in the Fluvial, Coastal, Block ECTS credits Estuarine and Marine Environment NIGK15026U Stable Isotope Geochemistry Block ECTS credits NIGK15002U Aerial and Near-field Remote Sensing Block ECTS credits NGEA09055U Process Studies and Field Techniques Block ECTS credit NIGK15006U Field and Methods Course in Geography and Block ECTS credits Page 15 of 43

16 Geoinformatics NIGK15033U Marine Geoscience Block 5 5 ECTS credits NIGK15006U Field and Methods Course in Geography and Block ECTS credits Geoinformatics NIGK13020U Project Course in Geography and Geoinformatics Block ECTS credits NFKK14006U Project in Practice Block ECTS credits Elective subject elements 15 ECTS credits are to be covered as elective subject elements. BSc subject elements corresponding to 15 ECTS credits may be included in the MSc Programme without the approval of the study board. Projects outside the course scope may be included in the elective section of the programme by up to 15 ECTS credits. The regulations are described in Appendix 5 to the shared section of the curriculum. Projects in practice may be included in the elective section of the programme by up to 15 ECTS credits. Note that Projects in practice may not exceed 15 ECTS credits of the combined restricted elective and elective subject elements of the program. The regulations are described in Appendix 4 to the shared section of the curriculum Thesis The MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Global Environmental Soil Sciences and Climate Changes includes a thesis corresponding to 45 or 60 ECTS credits, as described in Appendix 2 to the shared curriculum. The topic of the thesis must be within the academic scope of the programme. There are programme specific rules which define parts of the shared curriculum in more detail. The following specific rules apply to a thesis corresponding to 45 ECTS credits: The thesis must be written full time. There are programme specific rules which define parts of the shared curriculum in more detail. The following specific rules apply to a thesis corresponding to 60 ECTS credits: The thesis must be written full time Academic mobility The academic mobility for the MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Global Environmental Soil Sciences and Climate Changes (thesis, 45 ECTS credits) is placed in block 3+4 of the 1 st. This means that the curriculum makes it possible to follow subject elements and conduct projects outside the Faculty of Science. The academic mobility for the MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Global Environmental Soil Sciences and Climate Changes (thesis, 60 ECTS credits) is placed in block 3+4 of the 1 st. This means that the curriculum makes it possible to follow subject elements and conduct projects outside the Faculty of Science. In addition the student has the possibility to arrange similar academic mobility in other parts of the programme. Both options require that the student follows the rules and regulations regarding pre-approvals and credit. Page 16 of 43

17 6.9 Specialisation 2: Environment, Society and Development (thesis, 45 or 60 ECTS credits) The specialisation is set at 90 ECTS credits and consists of the following elements: subject elements, 30 ECTS credits (thesis, 45 ECTS credits). subject elements, 15 ECTS credits (thesis, 60 ECTS credits). Elective subject elements, 15 ECTS credits. Thesis, 45 ECTS credits subject elements 30 ECTS credits are to be covered as subject elements from the following list (thesis, 45 ECTS credit). 15 ECTS credits are to be covered as subject elements from the following list (thesis, 60 ECTS credit). NGEK10015U The Dynamics of City Regions: Social and Block ECTS credits Economic Change NIGK14045U Remote Sensing of the Bio-geosphere (Part 1) Block ECTS credits NIGK14041U Transformations of Cities and Landscapes (Part Block ECTS credits 1): Globalisation and Local Strategies NGEK10016U Climate Changes: Causes, Effects, Mitigation and Block ECTS credits Adaptation NIGK14046U Remote Sensing of the Bio-geosphere (Part 2) Block ECTS credits NIGK14042U Transformations of Cities and Landscapes (Part Block ECTS credits 2): Globalisation and Local Strategies NGEK10019U Ecological Climatology and Climate Change Block ECTS credits NIGK15006U Field and Methods Course in Geography and Block ECTS credits Geoinformatics NGEK10024U Globalisation and Dynamics in Global Value Block ECTS credits Chains NIGK13018U Rural-Urban Connections in the Global South Block ECTS credits NIGK14040U Remote Sensing Seminar and Project Work Block ECTS credits LFKK10246U Thematic Course: Interdisciplinary Land Use and Block 3 15 ECTS credits Natural Resource Management NGEK10026U Rural livelihoods, Vulnerability and Adaptation Block ECTS credits NGEK10027U Project Management and Planning Block ECTS credits LNAK10010U Environmental Impact Assessment Block ECTS credits NIGK15006U Field and Methods Course in Geography and Block ECTS credits Geoinformatics NIGK15006U Field and Methods Course in Geography and Block ECTS credits Geoinformatics NIGK15022U Project Course in Geography and Geoinformatics Block ECTS credits NFKK14006U Project in Practice Block ECTS credits Elective subject elements 15 ECTS credits are to be covered as elective subject elements. BSc subject elements corresponding to 15 ECTS credits may be included in the MSc Programme without the approval of the study board. Projects outside the course scope may be included in the elective section of the programme by up to 15 ECTS credits. The regulations are described in Appendix 5 to the shared section of the curriculum. Page 17 of 43

18 Projects in practice may be included in the elective section of the programme by up to 15 ECTS credits. Note that Projects in practice may not exceed 15 ECTS credits of the combined restricted elective and elective subject elements of the program. The regulations are described in Appendix 4 to the shared section of the curriculum Thesis The MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Environment, Society and Development includes a thesis corresponding to 45 or 60 ECTS credits, as described in Appendix 2 to the shared curriculum. The topic of the thesis must be within the academic scope of the programme. There are programme specific rules which define parts of the shared curriculum in more detail. The following specific rules apply to a thesis corresponding to 45 ECTS credits: The thesis must be written full time. There are programme specific rules which define parts of the shared curriculum in more detail. The following specific rules apply to a thesis corresponding to 60 ECTS credits: The thesis must be written full time Academic mobility The academic mobility for the MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Environment, Society and Development (thesis, 45 ECTS credits) is placed in block 3+4 of the 1 st. This means that the curriculum makes it possible to follow subject elements and conduct projects outside the Faculty of Science. The academic mobility for the MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Environment, Society and Development (thesis, 60 ECTS credits) is placed in block 3+4 of the 1 st. This means that the curriculum makes it possible to follow subject elements and conduct projects outside the Faculty of Science. In addition the student has the possibility to arrange similar academic mobility in other parts of the programme. Both options require that the student follows the rules and regulations regarding pre-approvals and credit Specialisation 2: Transformation of Cities and Landscapes (thesis, 45 or 60ECTS credits) The specialisation is set at 90 ECTS credits and consists of the following elements: subject elements, 30 ECTS credits (thesis, 45 ECTS credits). subject elements, 15 ECTS credits (thesis, 60 ECTS credits). Elective subject elements, 15 ECTS credits. Thesis, 45 ECTS credits subject elements 30 ECTS credits are to be covered as subject elements from the following list (thesis, 45 ECTS credit). 15 ECTS credits are to be covered as subject elements from the following list (thesis, 60 ECTS credit). NIGK15001U Advanced Geoinformatics Block ECTS credits NIGK14047U Environment, Society and Development (Part 1) Block ECTS credits Development Geography NIGK14048U Environment, Society and development (Part 2) Block ECTS credits Human Environment Interactions NIGK14009U Land Use Transitions in the Global South Block ECTS credits NGEK11006U International Migration - Flows, Networks and Block ECTS credits Page 18 of 43

19 Diasporas NIGK14038U Spatial Analysis Block ECTS credits NIGK15006U Field and Methods Course in Geography and Block ECTS credits Geoinformatics NGEK10024U Globalisation and Dynamics in Global Value Block ECTS credits Chains NIGK13018U Rural-Urban Connections in the Global South Block ECTS credits NGEA06026U Læreanstalternes fælles byplankursus Block ECTS credits NGEK10027U Project Management and Planning Block ECTS credits NIGK15021U Programming, Customization and Automation in Block ECTS credits GIS NIGK14008U VVM i praksis Block ECTS credits NIGK15006U Field and Methods Course in Geography and Block ECTS credits Geoinformatics NIGK15022U Project Course in Geography and Geoinformatics Block ECTS credits NFKK14006U Project in Practice Block ECTS credits Elective subject elements 15 ECTS credits are to be covered as elective subject elements. BS subject elements corresponding to 15 ECTS credits may be included in the MSc Programme without the approval of the study board. Projects outside the course scope may be included in the elective section of the programme by up to 15 ECTS credits. The regulations are described in Appendix 5 to the shared section of the curriculum. Projects in practice may be included in the elective section of the programme by up to 15 ECTS credits. Note that projects in practice may not exceed 15 ECTS credits of the combined restricted elective and elective subject elements of the programme. The regulations are described in Appendix 4 to the shared section of the curriculum Thesis The MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Transformation of Cities and Landscapes includes a thesis corresponding to 45 or 60 ECTS credits, as described in Appendix 2 to the shared curriculum. The topic of the thesis must be within the academic scope of the chosen specialisation. There are programme specific rules which define parts of the shared curriculum in more detail. The following specific rules apply to a thesis corresponding to 45 ECTS credits: The thesis must be written full time. There are programme specific rules which define parts of the shared curriculum in more detail. The following specific rules apply to a thesis corresponding to 45 ECTS credits: The thesis must be written full time Academic mobility The academic mobility for the MSc Programme in Geography and Geoinformatics with a specialisation in Transformation of Cities and Landscapes (thesis, 45 ECTS credits) is placed in block 3+4 of the 1 st. This means that the curriculum makes it possible to follow subject elements and conduct projects outside the Faculty of Science. Page 19 of 43

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