1 6 SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, SOCIETY AND ENGINEERING The School of Business, Society and Engineering is an interdisciplinary environment with education and research that range from the Social Sciences to Business and Technology. The School offers an academic setting where students, teachers and researchers have the possibility to cross between traditional disciplinary boundaries to meet and take advantage of different perspectives on how to build a sustainable society for the future. GENERAL INFORMATION The School of Business, Society and Engineering is one of four schools at Mälardalen University. The school hosts education and research within a wide range of fields: social science, business administration and economics, environment and technology. About 2000 students study at the school and we host 8 study programmes at undergraduate level, and 3 master s programmes. SCHOOL LOCATION The School is located at both the Eskilstuna and the Västerås campus; the majority of the school s activities take place in Västerås. STUDENTS AND STAFF Approximately 2000 full time students, 115 teachers (including professors, assistant professors, senior lecturers, lecturers, PhD students) and 14 administrative staff. INTERNATIONAL COORDINATOR Pablo Camacho Sanhueza Phone: Fax: SUBJECT AREAS Business Studies (Marketing, Management, Accounting), Economics, Commercial Law, Information Systems, Statistics, History, Political Science, Energy Engineering, Environmental Science and Building Engineering. INTERNATIONALIZATION Increased investment in higher education as an instrument to achieve competitive advantage and growth has been on the agenda for decades in many parts of the world. This has led to more and more students choosing to complete some or all of their education abroad. The Bologna Process has also played an important part in increased internationalization since it encourages student mobility and renders degrees more comparable in different parts of the world. The School of Business Society and Engineering has, for many years, aimed at increased internationalization. The school participates in different networks for student, teacher and staff exchanges and offers a number of Master and Bachelor programmes as well as courses that are taught in English. Bachelor programmes taught in English International Business Management (3 years, 180 credits) Analytical Finance (3 years, 180 credits, offered in cooperation with the School of Education Culture and Communication) Master programmes (taught in English) International Marketing (1 year, 60 credits) Sustainable Energy Systems (2 years, 120 credits) CURRENT RESEARCH AT THE SCHOOL Future Energy The research in Future Energy establishes an internationally competitive research environment focused on renewable energy, energy efficiency and emission mitigation, and smarter optimization and management of future energy systems, in co-production with stakeholders including industry and other organizations. Focus is on solar power and bioenergy conversion as well as integration of power production with use in buildings and all kind of industry. Three key tracks in the Future Energy are: Track 1: Renewable energy technologies provide clean, flexible, stand-alone or grid-connected energy sources. These need further scientific breakthroughs and innovative collaborations with industry to facilitate deployment and to further reduce cost. Track 2: Energy efficiency and emissions mitigation in electricity, industry, transport, or building and commercial services sectors are crucial for the environment and energy security. Improving energy efficiency in the whole chain of energy production, distribution, and endues requires new scientific knowledge, standards, tools and equipment. Track 3: Smarter modelling/optimisation and management of energy systems are to provide robust tools for diagnostics, advanced control, and load management to support the best use of renewable energy and efficiency improvement while minimizing emissions and wastes. Tracks 1 and 2 determine our focused areas linked to the energy business sectors. Track 3 provides new methods and supportive tools, which can be applied to Tracks 1 and 2. This research profile involves over 50 researchers within which there are about 10 professors and adjunct professors and over 15 senior researchers from industry. Industrial Economics and Organization Research on industrial engineering and management focuses on industrial renewal and change. It is a multidisciplinary field, and the School of Business, Society and Engineering possesses relevant competence within its core areas, including management accounting, industrial marketing, international marketing, international business, business development, product development, innovation, entrepreneurship, industrial organization, information systems, and economic aspects of software development. The group participates in the graduate research school Management and IT, which focuses on research at the intersection between business studies and informatics. An overwhelming share of our research projects are externally financed and often realized in collaboration with colleagues at other universities.
3 8 SCHOOL OF EDUCATION, CULTURE AND COMMUNICATION The School of Education, Culture and Communication offers subject studies in languages, comparative literature, chamber music, mathematics and physics, which together contribute to a School with both breadth and depth in education, culture, and communication. The School brings together the didactic competence that exists at Mälardalen University and forms the basis for the University s teacher education. GENERAL INFORMATION The School is strongly committed to the internationalization of higher education, and we are convinced that international experiences enrich academic studies, contribute to students personal development, and prepare them for life in a global world. For these reasons, many of our courses address global and intercultural issues. In our courses and programmes, students from different countries have the opportunity to study together and to meet faculty with international experiences. Our MA and BA programmes are closely related to the research profile of the School. A variety of courses are on offer both to students who have been admitted to one of our programmes and to anybody with the appropriate qualifications. The Scandinavian Studies Programme comprises three full-time, one-term courses at different levels that are open to students from all over the world. SCHOOL LOCATION The School is located both at the Eskilstuna and the Västerås campus. STUDENTS AND STAFF The School has 2,500 students and 200 faculty and staff. The School currently employs seven full-time professors, two half-time professors, five guest professors, and some 20 doctoral students. INTERNATIONAL COORDINATORS: Viktor Hennius Christina Kääriä Head of Internationalization International Coordinator School of Education, Culture and Communication School of Education, Culture and Communication Box 883 Box 883 SE Västerås, Sweden SE Västerås, Sweden Phone: +46 (0) Phone: +46 (0) SUBJECT AREAS Chamber Music, Comparative Literature, Didactics, Education, English, Finnish, French, German, Intercultural Communication, Mathematics/Applied Mathematics, Physics, Spanish, Special Education and Swedish. CURRENT RESEARCH AT THE SCHOOL The School of Education, Culture and Communication comprises a wide and inspiring range of research areas, that are in line with the overall research strategy at Mälardalen University. The School is active within three of the six prioritized research and educational areas of the University: Environment, Energy and Resource; Didactics and Intercultural Communication; and Health and Welfare. The research groups at the School are characterized by close interaction with external agents. These agents may be active on the international, national and local levels and include foreign and Swedish universities, the public sector, as well as private companies. There is also healthy interdisciplinary cooperation with research groups at other Schools at the University. These external and internal connections are manifestations of the expansive nature of our research and the ambition to contribute to the development of the private as well as the public sectors. Research at the School is highly relevant to society at large. Mathematics/Applied Mathematics is a research environment and a research education subject at the School performing theoretical and applied research and research education with broad applications in engineering, natural sciences, economics, computer science, social sciences, health technologies and life sciences as well as industrial, national and international cooperation. Both theoretical and applied research in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics is realized within the following three groups: - Stochastic processes, Statistics and Financial Engineering; - Engineering Mathematics; - Discrete Mathematics with Game Centre; and also in part in the group in Didactics of Mathematics. Mathematics/Applied Mathematics research environment plays important role in securing high quality of the research base for large parts of education at Mälardalen University. Algebra, analysis, functional analysis, matrix theory and operator theory, mathematical statistics, probability theory and stochastic processes, financial mathematics including analytical finance and financial engineering, optimization and operations research and discrete mathematics and game theory are parts of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics forming the core for the research in the subject and its applications at the School. Didactics and Pedagogy are unifying disciplines for several research groups at the School. The important ones are: - Research on mathematics and technology education is practice-oriented and carried out in close contact with primary and secondary, as well as higher, education. - SIDES (Studies in Intersubjectivity and Difference in Educational Settings) focus on ethics and morality in education by investigating different concepts, such as politics, justice, democracy and education, reflected in various forms of pedagogical activities. - The child pedagogy research group aims at studying children s play and learning at pre-school and at school. The purpose is to visualize and analyze children s interaction, play and learning in relation to the goals, methods and contents of these activities. Within the humanities, the Forum for ecocritical literature functions as a unifying research environment. Ecocriticism is an interdisciplinary field that is part of the prioritized research and educational area Intercultural Communication.
4 9 1: 2: : 2:
5 10 SCHOOL OF HEALTH, CARE AND SOCIAL WELFARE Since its start in 1995, the School of Health, Care and Social Welfare has grown into one of Sweden s largest educators of nurses. Each year, over 280 nurses graduate from Mälardalen University. The Nursing, Physiotherapy, Public Health, Social Work and behavior and Social Sciences Programmes all have good reputation and our students are appreciated on the labour market. GENERAL INFORMATION The School of Health, Care and Social Welfare has 3,000 students and 200 employees, and is one of four Schools at Mälardalen University, MDH at the campus cities of Eskilstuna and Västerås in the expansive Mälardalen region., about one hour from Stockholm. The School is responsible for education and research in the Caring Science with specialization in Nursing, Public Health Science, Physiotherapy, Medical Science, Health Care Education, Social Work, Psychology, Sociology and Work Life Studies. We are one of Sweden s biggest educators of nurses. Every year about 280 nurses graduate from MDH s Nursing programme which, apart from the two campuses cities, is given in campus Nyköping and also distance programme. Since 2011 MDH has degree-awarding powers for research programmes in the area of Health and Welfare. Apart from education at first-and second cycle (undergraduate and graduate) levels, we also offer various contract education courses by way of continuing development for professionals. Scholarly competence has steadily increased during the last few years, and about one third of the teaching staff has a doctoral degree. Several of the senior lecturers at the School are involved in research projects and are supervising Ph.D. candidates in their studies. Since September 2012, we have our own international and multidisciplinary PhD programme with 22 doctoral students in Health and Welfare. The School plays an important regional role as a centre for Caring and Health Science education in the Mälardalen region. The School cooperates closely with the two County Councils in Västmanland and Sörmland and with municipalities, private care providers and companies in the region. Collaboration is conducted at many levels and in different forms: for example, there are particular branch councils for each degree programme, in which teachers and researchers from the University meet representatives from the county councils and municipalities in the region for joint planning and evaluation of the University s education programmes. The courses and study programmes attach great importance to personal involvement. The students are expected to search for and develop their knowledge actively and creatively, both individually and in collaboration with other students. SCHOOL LOCATION: The School is located at the Eskilstuna and the Västerås campus. STUDENTS AND STAFF: Full time students 2200, teachers and staff 200. SUBJECT AREAS: Caring Science, Health Care Education, Medical Science, Physiotherapy, Public Health Science, Social Work, Psychology, Sociology and Work Life Studies. INTERNATIONAL COORDINATORS: Lillemor Fernqvist Phone: +46 (0) Fax: +46 (0) CURRENT RESEARCH AT THE SCHOOL: At the School of Health, Care and Social Welfare, research is carried out in several areas. Many of the researchers participate in different research networks and cooperation has been established with several seats of learning in Europe and other parts of the world. Since September 2012, we have our own international and multidisciplinary PhD programme with 22 doctorial students in Health and Welfare. Mälardalen University also conducts third-cycle studies in collaboration with a number of other higher education institutions in Sweden. Health and Welfare is one of Mälardalen University s six prioritized research and educational areas. Health and Welfare focus on a field of knowledge in which research in Health and Welfare meet. In this multidisciplinary field of knowledge several different professions from different subjects interact. Research targeting health and welfare is multifaceted and carried out with the help of various scientific methods. Cooperation with the surrounding society, e.g. counties, municipalities, private participants, patient organizations, as well as other educational institutions (both national and international), is considered important in the research since it often takes place with a patient, user or professional perspective in mind. Within the Health and Welfare area there are different research environments under revision. The researchers have different scientific backgrounds, such as caring sciences/nursing sciences, public health sciences, physiotherapy, medicine, health care education, social work, psychology, education, special education, sociology, and work life studies. Our experience is that collaboration in the form of joint studies, postgraduate students, and research applications from researchers across disciplinary boundaries enrich research and create synergies. Research is conducted on the mental, physical and social aspects of the environments and cultures where humans are situated, and within individual, group and population perspectives. In the empirically based research, both the patient/ user/client perspective and the professional perspective are adopted. Different concepts such as health care relationship, rest and activity have been studied with a view to theory development. Local as well as national and international contexts are included. For the moment there are eleven professors, 60 senior lecturers of which 16 are docents/associate professors, and about 50 postgraduate students working at the School of Health, Care and Social Welfare and Work Life Studies. In addition to these, there are a number of researchers associated with the Health and Welfare area.
7 12 SCHOOL OF INNOVATION, DESIGN AND ENGINEERING Our School educates, carries out research and constantly works with society by using an inspiring blend of innovation, design and engineering. Our areas of competence include Computer Science, Embedded Systems, Robotics, Electronics, Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Product and Process Development, Network Technology, Aeronautical Engineering, and Theatre. All these areas make it possible for us to create interesting and multidisciplinary projects where we can use all our knowledge. GENERAL INFORMATION: IDT conducts excellent research in Sweden in embedded and real-time systems, robotics, and software engineering. We have extensive cooperation with other universities and research centres world-wide, as well as with leading international high-tech companies such as ABB, Volvo, Ericsson, and Bombardier. We have a broad experience of participating in and coordinating national and international projects. Our ambition is to be at the forefront of development; hence one of the cornerstones of IDT is close industrial cooperation, both nationally and internationally. IDT offers study programmes leading to a Bachelor s or a Master s degree in Computer Science, Electronics, Innovation, Information Design, Product Design, Production, and Logistics. Our courses and programmes are conducted in close collaboration with companies and contain many innovative elements with real-life cases from the companies. Our students work in well-defined projects with our external industrial partners. They are constantly achieving significant results and win international competitions, e.g. first prize at the prestigious SCORE Contest, an international contest that is aimed at promoting software engineering in universities worldwide. The quality of our educational programmes was acknowledged both nationally, e.g. by the Swedish Knowledge Foundation, and internationally, e.g. when the Bayer Teaching Excellence Award was given to our international Master s programmes. One of the objectives of our School is to offer education and research of a high international standard. We have about 50 international contacts and cooperation programmes with higher education institutions in some 25 countries around the world. All our students have the possibility to study part of their programme abroad. Our School offers more than 50 courses taught in English to international students, and four international Master s programmes of one or two years duration, with the possibility of a double degree. All the programmes are taught in English and students come from all around the world. SCHOOL LOCATION: The School is located at both the Eskilstuna and the Västerås campus. STUDENTS AND STAFF: The School has about 1300 full time students from Sweden and abroad. The students are represented on all the important boards at the School and the students own associations are seen as important cooperative partners. All students have access to the school s computer rooms and laboratories, which can be used both during daytime and in the evenings and at weekends. All students are offered student counselling and the possibility of discussing individual study problems with their teachers, director of studies or study advisers. INTERNATIONAL COORDINATOR: Damir Isovic Phone: +46 (0) The School has around 200 employees. Our faculty represents the best in research and professional competence. The members of our staff have a broad background. Most of our teachers are also active researchers. Last year, three of our professors were awarded prestigious three-year research grants from the Swedish Research Council. Furthermore, many of our teachers and researchers have work experience from running their own companies or from having worked in large multinational companies.
8 13 SUBJECT AREAS: The School of Innovation, Design and Engineering offers courses and study programmes in the following subject areas: Innovation Technology, Product and Process Development, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, Electronics, Aeronautical Engineering, Business Studies and Information Design. We also offer courses and study programmes at postgraduate level, in the subject areas of Innovation and Design, Computer Science and Electronics. CURRENT RESEARCH AT THE SCHOOL: The School of Innovation, Design and Engineering is the most research-intensive School at Mälardalen University. Our School has an internationally proven record of excellence in conducting high-quality research and a very productive graduate training programme. All research is carried out in projects with specific goals with respect to achievements, publications, collaborations, and prototype tools. A project typically has elements of both basic and applied research. Research at the School of Innovation, Design and Engineering is organized in three research profiles: Innovation and Product Realization (IPR) IPR is a multidisciplinary research unit, with a unique combination of research on art and design, engineering, and innovation/entrepreneurship. The research is united in a common focus on Design Science and by the shared Centre for Product Realization, which is hosting a variety of multidisciplinary projects and cooperation with industry and society. The main objectives of the centre are to support the companies and other actors in their development of the next generations products and services and to provide the prerequisites for innovation, competitiveness and growth in our society. Intelligent Sensor Systems (ISS) ISS is a research unit with research in Artificial Intelligence, Biomedical Engineering, Robotics, and Wireless Communication. ISS research covers various aspects of all these areas, and what is more important attempts to bridge the gaps between disciplines to provide novel and effective solutions to real problems. The focus is on applied research on mobile and wireless sensor systems within the two application areas, health care and industrial systems. Mälardalen Real-Time Research Centre (MRTC) MRTC is a national leader in Embedded Systems research. Research at MRTC has its main focus on Embedded Software. MRTC s mission is to provide research excellence that enables industry to take advantage of the opportunity provided by software in products and production systems. MRTC conducts research in computer science, computer engineering, software development and some electronics, with a shared focus on industrial applications such as automation, vehicle systems, and telecommunications. MRTC is active in several EU projects, co-coordinating some of them.
Programme Syllabus Sida 1 av 6 Dnr: MDH 2.1.2-56/10 Programme code: ZKS21 Master program in Product and Process Development - Production and Logistics, 120 credits This is a translation of the original
Welcome to Mälardalen University Vice-Chancellor Karin Röding 19 May 2014 Content Brief introduction to the Swedish HE-system MDH in facts Strategy for MDH 2013-2016 Exampels co-production Focus 2014-2015
www.polsl.pl Politechnika Śląska Silesian Univesity of Technology address: ul. Akademicka 2A 44-100 Gliwice, Poland fax: + 48 32 231 80 85 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org The is one of the most prestigious and
Programme Syllabus Sida 1 av 6 2011-10-10 Dnr: MDH 2.1.2-55/10 Programme code: ZCS24 Master s Programme in Software Engineering, 120 This is a translation of the original programme syllabus in Swedish,
Undergraduate education part of the development plan of KTH CSC June 2008 Programmes The aim of the Master of Science in Engineering program in Computer Science and Engineering is to give graduate engineers
At a Glance A short portrait of the Technical University of Crete Contact: Technical University of Crete Public & International Relations Department University Campus Akrotiri 731 00 Chania Crete Greece
Programme Syllabus Sida 1 av 6 Dnr: MDH 2.1.2-61/10 Programme code: SEV25 International Business Management, 180 credits This is a translation of the original programme syllabus in Swedish, which was ratified
Bachelor of Bachelor of Education (Honours) Detailed Course Requirements The 2016 Monash University Handbook will be available from October 2015. This document contains interim 2016 course requirements
stra tegy STRATEGY OF SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITY 2012-17 INTRODUCTION 1. Introduction The strategy of Aarhus University's School of Business and Social Sciences for the period
Study Program Handbook Global Economics and Management Bachelor of Arts Jacobs University Undergraduate Handbook GEM - Matriculation Fall 2015 Page: ii Contents 1 The Global Economics and Management (GEM)
Job title: Department/School: Grade: Location: Chair in Sport (Social Sciences) Education Chair University of Bath Campus Job purpose The Department of Education wishes to appoint a Chair in Sport (Social
Study Program Handbook Mathematics Bachelor of Science Jacobs University Undergraduate Handbook Math - Matriculation Fall 2015 Page: ii Contents 1 The Mathematics Study Program 1 1.1 Concept......................................
Koroška cesta 160 2000 Maribor, Slovenia UNIVERSITY OF MARIBOR FACULTY OF EDUCATION Koroška cesta 160, 2000 Maribor Phone: 02 22 93 600, fax: 02 22 93 760 http://www.pef.um.si/ Detailed information: Natalija
Part two: INFORMATION ON DEGREE PROGRAMS Part two: Information on Degree Programs Philosophy Bachelor s Degree Philosophy Master s Degree Philosophy Doctoral Degree Sociology Bachelor s Degree Sociology
Stetson University College of Arts and Sciences From its founding in 883, the College of Arts and Sciences has offered an energetic and imaginative approach to education in the liberal arts and sciences.
Study Program Handbook International Business Administration Bachelor of Arts Jacobs University Undergraduate Handbook IBA - Matriculation Fall 2015 Page: ii Contents 1 The International Business Administration
European Association for Public Administration Accreditation 18 September 2012 EAPAA Accreditation Committee Evaluation Report Corvinus University of Budapest, Faculty of Economics, Budapest, Hungary Master
University of Warwick - Degree Congregation Wednesday 20 - Friday 22 January 2016 Allocation of courses to ceremonies If your course is not listed or the date and time shown here conflict with the date
Faculty Board for Teacher Education Programme Study Plan Early Years Education Programme Programme Code Programme Title LGFLP Early Years Education Programme Credits/ECTS: 210 Programme Approval The Programme
Johns Hopkins University - 2013-2014 1 Degree Programs Degree Programs in Arts and Sciences and See program descriptions for the specific degrees offered. Arts and Sciences Program Major Bachelors Combined
Welcome to Stockholm University (SU) and the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences (DSV) Uno GH Fors, DDS, PhD Professor Vice head of DSV Stockholm University The largest University in Sweden 1878
Faculty of Engineering School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering University Academic Fellow Smart Energy Systems With a vision and drive to develop a prestigious internationally competitive research
Strategy of the Federal and Länder Ministers of Science for the Internationalisation of the Higher Education Institutions in Germany (Resolution of the 18th Meeting of the Joint Science Conference in Berlin
www.cbs.de/en MBA and EMBA Programmes at Cologne Business School Academic excellence Cologne Business School Who we are The Hallmarks of a CBS Education CBS offrers students a rigorous and forward-minded
Fact sheet - University of Mannheim April 09 Profile: One of the leading universities in Germany This is proven by the fact that the university is the smallest research university to be awarded the national
Study Program Handbook International Business Administration Bachelor of Arts Jacobs University Undergraduate Handbook IBA - Matriculation Fall 2015 Page: ii Contents 1 The International Business Administration
Faculty of Economic Sciences, Communication and IT Programme Study Plan Master Programme in Global Media Studies Programme Code: Programme Title: Programme Approval SAGMS Master Programme in Global Media
PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION FOR THE PhD PROGRAMME IN INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT 2015/2016 Objective of the PhD programme in Industrial Economics and Technology Management Vision and Goals
TELEMARK UNIVERSITY COLLEGE (TUC) TUC is one of Norway s largest university colleges, with about 7000 registered students. TUC is located in the region of Telemark in the southeastern part of Norway, about
FACULTY OF SOCIAL 93 SOCIAL DEGREES OFFERED Website: http://www.hku.hk/socsc/ Title Abbreviation to be used JUPAS Code in the application form Bachelor of Social Sciences BSS 6717 BSocSc Bachelor of Social
BACHELOR S DEGREE PROGRAM NURSING SCIENCE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF GRAZ Table of Contents Introduction... 3 The Degree Program... 4 Admission Requirements and Admission... 4 Objectives of the Degree Program...
WWW.CBS.DE/EN MBA AND EMBA PROGRAMMES AT COLOGNE BUSINESS SCHOOL ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE COLOGNE BUSINESS SCHOOL WHO WE ARE COLOGNE BUSINESS SCHOOL Since opening its doors in 1993, the Cologne Business School
T h e R i g h t S t e p F o r w a r d Faculty of Business Administration University of Economics, Prague Foreword by the Dean The history of the Faculty dates back to 1953 when the University of Economics,
MSc and PhD Twente Graduate School Integrated Master s and PhD opportunities Twente Graduate School Integrated Master s and PhD opportunities Twente Graduate School offers high-quality educational programmes
INTERBUSSINES ACADEMY LTD Informatics Bachelor's Program Tbilisi 2014 program name Computing/Informatics Direction: 0401 Computing/Informatics Educational program Type/Model academic/major specialty and
Faculty Board for Teacher Education Programme Study Plan Secondary Education Programme Programme Code Programme Title LAALP Secondary Education Programme Credits/ECTS: 270/300/330 Programme Approval The
Let s shape the future! Change in the University of Tampere 2010 2015 Let s shape the future! Change in the University of Tampere 2010 2015 Strategy of the University of Tampere approved by the University
Programme Syllabus Page 1 of 7 2012-05-10 Bachelor s Programme in Analytical Finance, 180 credits This programme syllabus is valid for programmes given after 1 July 2012. This is a translation of the original
SUBJECT-SPECIFIC CRITERIA Relating to the accreditation of Bachelor s and Master s degree programmes in the field of mathematics (09 December 2011) The following specifications complement the ASIIN General
Information for Applicants Professorship in Business Administration (Organization Science) Johannes Kepler University Linz, Altenberger Straße 69, 4040 Linz, Austria, www.jku.at, DVR 0093696 I. THE JOHANNES
Vanderbilt University Biomedical Informatics Graduate Program (VU-BMIP) Proposal Executive Summary Unique among academic health centers, Vanderbilt University Medical Center entrusts its Informatics Center
DEPARTMENT OF TEACHER EDUCATION University of Helsinki 8/1/2010 FACULTY OF BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES DEPARTMENT OF BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES Fields of study: - educational sciences - psychology - speech sciences
1 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY The Regulations for the Degree of Philosophiae Doctor (PhD) at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences apply for the PhD education. The regulations concern the objectives of,
Faculty Board for Teacher Education Programme Study Plan Primary Education Specialisation: Teaching in pre-school class and grades 1-3 Specialisation: Teaching in grades 4-6. Programme Code Programme Title
1(7) GENERAL SYLLABUS FOR POST-GRADUATE STUDIES IN PSYCHOLOGY 240 UNIVERSITY CREDIT POINTS; Ph.D. or 120 UNIVERSITY CREDIT POINTS; Licentiate The program of post-graduate studies at the Department of Psychology
Nursing research strategies to achieve excellence in the provision of knowledge-based nursing care Facts Swedish Society of Nursing is the professional organization for nurses and represents the profession
OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT CODE OF PRACTICE REGARDING INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF TITLES: TITLE DESCRIPTIONS AND MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS PREAMBLE INDEX I. ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS 1. SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT
PROGRAMME SYLLABUS 1 (8) Reg. no S2012/206 School of Social Work Bachelor of Science in Social Work, 210 (SGSOC) The syllabus for the Bachelor of Science programme in Social Work was approved by the Board
215 REGULATIONS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF EDUCATION (MEd) (See also General Regulations) Any publication based on work approved for a higher degree should contain a reference to the effect that the work
CONTENT About Mission, Vision & Goals Engineering Faculty Engineering Resources Bachelor Programs B. Sc. Program in Electronics Engineering B. Sc. Program in Computer Engineering B. Sc. Program in Communication
1924 School of Public Administration School of Business Administration School of Social Management School of PhD Studies Contents: Message from the Rector Introduction Faculty Academic Programs Student
Cycle 2: UNIVERSITY POSTGRADUATE STUDIES FOR CANDIDATES WITH DIPLOMA FROM RELATED FACULTIES / PARENT STUDY PROGRAMS CODE SEMESTER 9 CLASSES PER 1 PFV 901 Learning and Teaching Strategies 2 PFV 902 Methods
DEGREE REGULATIONS FOR HANKEN SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS These degree regulations were approved by the Board of Hanken School of Economics on 16 April 2015. They replace earlier versions of the Degree Regulations
The University of Manchester The Florence Nightingale Foundation Chair in Clinical Nursing Practice Research A joint post between The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work and Central Manchester
Study Program Handbook Psychology Bachelor of Arts Jacobs University Undergraduate Handbook Chemistry - Matriculation Fall 2015 Page: ii Contents 1 The Psychology Study Program 1 1.1 Concept......................................
ÖREBRO UNIVERSITY General Syllabus for Research Studies in SPORT SCIENCE Idrottsvetenskap This syllabus was approved by the Faculty Board of Medicine and Health on 3 February 2012 (reg. no. CF 62-69/2012)
HUNGARIAN ACCREDITATION COMMITTEE (HAC) STANDARDS AND CRITERIA FOR MASTER PROGRAMS 1 AND EX POST ACCREDITATION OF INSTITUTIONS AND PROGRAMS The Hungarian accreditation system consists of ex ante and ex
Faculty of Engineering, the Built Environment and Information Technology If you want to be at the forefront of what s happening in engineering, construction or IT, then stick around because NMMU is where
1 Faculty of Engineering, LTH General syllabus for third-cycle studies in Biomedical Engineering TEBMEF00 The syllabus was approved by the Board of the Faculty of Engineering/LTH 16 May 2014. 1. Subject
Syllabus Master s programme in Ethnic and Migration Studies 120 Aim This master s programme in Ethnic and Migration Studies is a two-year, full-time programme. The programme educates students in theories
Leadership Statement Dean College of Design, Construction and Planning Opportunity The University of Florida seeks candidates for the position of Dean of the College of Design, Construction and Planning.
Turku School of Economics: Strategy for 2010 2015 Appendix A TURKU SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS STRATEGY FOR 2010 2015 1 The strategic position of the Turku School of Economics... 1 1.1 Operating environment...
1 ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS The Regulations for the Degree of Philosophiae Doctor (PhD) at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences apply for the PhD education. The regulations concern the objectives of,
Teacher training - B. Ed. programme for The objective of the B. Ed. Programme for school teachers is to train teachers for the school and to provide a basis for further training. With a view to their professionally
Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering Library Collection development & management policy Mícheál Ó haodha, Faculty Librarian, Science and Engineering May, 2014 Contents Page Number Table of
Programme description for PhD Programme in Educational Sciences for Teacher Education (180 ECTS credits) at Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences Approved by the Oslo and Akershus University
Oulu University of Applied Sciences School of Engineering, Oulu & Raahe Campus Oulu Campus Raahe Campus Oulu University of Applied Sciences School of Engineering & Other Schools Rector s Office Jouko Paaso
Global pathways progression degrees 2 Global Pathways Progression degrees Global Pathways Find the right degree for you Our impressive selection of bachelor s and master s degrees ensures there is a Global
Computer Science Vision To become a leading and world class Computer Science School that is reputable and excellent in teaching and research, in order to keep relevant with the needs of the global industry
PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION KEY FACTS Programme name Award School Department or equivalent UCAS Code BEng Biomedical Engineering / BEng Biomedical Engineering with Placement BEng (Hons) School of Mathematics
1 Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts, Malmö General Syllabus for Third Cycle Studies in Music Education Leading to a Doctor of Philosophy 1. Programme details Programme and specialisation: Third cycle
Faculty Board for Teacher Education Programme Study Plan Special Needs Training Programme Specialisation: Language, Writing and Reading Skills Specialisation: Mental and Intellectual Challenges Programme
DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN Strategy 2015-2018 Department of Psychology University of Copenhagen Copenhagen / March 20, 2015 Foreword This strategy plan for the Department of Psychology
Bachelor of Bachelor of Computer Science Detailed Course Requirements The 2016 Monash University Handbook will be available from October 2015. This document contains interim 2016 course requirements information.
Swiss Joint Master in Computer Science of the universities of Bern, Neuchâtel and Fribourg 1 The MSc program in computer science Worldwide, computer scientists are in high demand. To cater for this demand,
Building Services BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING, B.SC. (ENG.) 240 ECTS cr (4 years) Option HVAC Engineering Persons studying for an engineer degree in the Option of HVAC Engineering can specialise in HVAC planning,
Exchange Studies at KTH Preparing the next generation of global innovators Short facts about KTH Royal Institute of Technology Established 1827 in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden and home of the Nobel
All Fees listed are for Academic unless otherwise indicated. The University is not responsible for any errors/omissions Faculty of Arts Humanities & Social Sciences Academic 2015/16 Undergraduate Course
Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City WELCOME to VIETNAM NATIONAL UNIVERSITY HO CHI MINH CITY 14/10/2011 Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City
Understand life - Preserve the environment Strategy Document, Department of Biology 2015 2020 1 2 Photo: Per Harald Olsen/NTNU Understand life - Preserve the environment Strategy Document for the Department
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION KENYATTA UNIVERSITY Preamble The School of Education (SOE) is the largest and oldest school in Kenyatta University. It serves other schools of the university in the professional development
University of Trento Department of Industrial Engineering INTERNATIONAL GRADUATE PROGRAMMES MASTERMAT - MATERIALS ENGINEERING MASTERMECH - MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING international.unitn.it/mastermat international.unitn.it/mastermech
Brno University of Technology Bachelor, Master and Doctoral Programmes Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication Electrotechnical disciplines were first taught at the university in 1905. Since