1 Programme regulations Bachelor Information - BA(im) Copenhagen Business School 2008 Pursuant to 67, paragraph 2 and 5 in the Order no. 338 of 6 May 2004 for bachelor s and master s programmes at universities as amended by Order no. 864 of 5 July 2007 (the Executive Order for Study Programmes), 33, paragraph 1-2, in the Order no. 867 of 19 August 2004 on examinations for programmes of higher education as amended by Order no. 231 of 22 March 2006 and Order no. 865 of 5 July 2007 (the Examinations Order), and 19 of the Order no. 250 of 15 March 2007 (the Grading Order), the Dean of Education has approved the following programme regulations for the BA in Information Programme as proposed by the BA(im) Study Board: CONTENTS Chapter 1 Purpose and duration of the programme Chapter 2 Structure and contents Chapter 3 Assessment Chapter 4 General examination regulations Chapter 5 Common regulations Chapter 6 Commencement and transition provisions Appendix Chapter 1: Purpose and duration of the programme Purpose 1. The BA in Information is an integrated undergraduate study programme that offers students an opportunity to become qualified in Information and prepares them for business and related careers in internationally oriented companies, institutions and organizations, private or public. Qualifications are achieved by successful completion of an educational programme that combines and gradually integrates communication studies, organizational studies and informatics into core competencies in Information and puts strong emphasis on problems and perspectives related to management of communication, information and knowledge. The programme aims to provide students with strategic, analytical and practical skills in professional information management in organizations and corporations. Paragraph 2. The programme will enable students to develop competencies that will contribute to forming a holistic approach to processes and practices related to information management and knowledge and an overall understanding of contemporary issues, trends, innovations and forces for change in information practice. Paragraph 3. This programme objective is achieved by means of the programme structure, the sequence of courses and their contents: The programme s power of cohesion is ensured through semester themes, through an explicit theory & practice dimension, through cross-disciplinary cases and projects, and through gradual integration of disciplines in inter-disciplinary core courses.
2 Competency profile and programme description 2. Competency profile The BA in Information graduate will obtain a general understanding and knowledge of communication theory, English, organizational theory and informatics. Based on these broad competencies, the programme qualifies the successful graduate to perform professional tasks and functions to connect people, processes, and information in companies and organizations with a specific view to creation, sharing and communication of information and knowledge. Specifically, the BA(im) Programme qualifies the successful graduate to: Manage communication, information and knowledge on a strategic, analytic and practical level Analyze and evaluate how communication, information and knowledge processes can be optimized in organizations and corporations Identify and develop recommendations for action and strategy formation, thereby supporting and contributing to strategic processes and other organizational goals Communicate professionally in English and co-operate successfully with people of different professional backgrounds As a basis for the above competencies, the successful graduate will have: An integrated core competency in management of information, communication and knowledge Solid understanding of the potential for and limitations to information sharing and management posed by information and communication technologies Solid understanding of contemporary issues and innovations in a globalized and networked environment of organizations and corporations in the knowledge society. A solid foundation in Interdisciplinary Research Methods, organization theory, theories of information and knowledge management, communication theory and informatics Ability to work across disciplines and departments Ability to work in a project-oriented and process-oriented manner. Paragraph 2. The Study Board has written a thorough description of the programme competence profile available on the programme website. Duration 3. The BA in Information is a three-year full-time programme divided into two parts: Part 1, the first year and part 2, consisting of the second and third years. The programme encompasses 8 s the first two years, 5th semester and 11th and 12th s of the third year of study. Paragraph 2. The specified duration of the programme is determined by the number of hours that students are normally expected to devote to their studies. One year of study is presumed to be at full-time status, specified as 60 ECTS-credit points under the European Credit Transfer System, or 1,800 student work hours. The workload includes scheduled lectures, homework, preparation of written assignments, class presentations, group work, self-study, and examination preparation and - participation. Time limit for completing the programme 4. The student must complete his/her studies within a time-frame of five years, not counting leaves of absence, in order to obtain the BA(im) degree. If a student has not been granted leave of absence or has failed to apply for a leave, and fails to complete his/her studies within this time-
3 frame, the student s enrolment in the programme will automatically be cancelled upon expiry of this five year period. Title 5. Students who successfully complete the BA(im) degree programme earn the title of Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Information. This degree gives the student the right to use the title BA in Information or the Danish title BA i Informationshåndtering after his/her name. Chapter 2: Structure and contents Structure 6. The programme is inter-disciplinary and integrated. The programme is built upon the following academic fields: Informatics Communication Studies Organizational Studies Interdisciplinary Research Methods (social science) English Language These five academic fields, which are the points of departure in the first-year courses, are combined towards the end of the first year. In the course of the second and third years, the approaches are combined and gradually integrated towards inter-disciplinarity and towards the integrated and interdisciplinary core competency in information management. The field of communication studies integrates English and communication studies. Communication Studies and Organizational Studies are integrated in interdisciplinary approaches such as organizational communication and communication and knowledge management, but they are also combined and successively integrated into the field of information management, which takes its point of departure in informatics. The fields of information management, communication studies, organizational studies and Interdisciplinary Research Methods are fully integrated in a holistic approach to the field of information management in the third year of the programme. Paragraph 2. The interdisciplinary core competency is information management. Each semester is centred around a theme that serves 3 purposes: 1) it reflects central issues and approaches to the field of practice. 2) it serves as a point of connection for integration between disciplinary approaches. 3) it reflects progression in the conceptual framework and level of complexity. Paragraph 3. An overall theme of the programme is from information to knowledge which is linked to an increasing level of complexity in the concepts of knowledge. In the 1st to 3rd semesters, focus is on management of existing information and knowledge, and in the 4th to 6th semesters, focus is on the creation of new information and knowledge as well as the application of knowledge in new contexts. Paragraph 4. The semesters are related thematically by overall semester themes. The 1st semester is centred around the theme introducing information management, which is gradually developed into practicing information management in the 6th semester. In the 2nd semester, the theme is harmonious data, information and knowledge processes. The organization is viewed from a harmonious perspective with processes that are largely unambiguous. On that background the
4 students are trained to handle processes, concepts and methods. The perspective on information and knowledge is purely descriptive and based on a simple, rational paradigm. The 3rd semester introduces an increasingly critical perspective with the theme knowledge in context, and it includes various kinds of contexts, such as organizational culture, interculturality, power and legitimacy, decision processes. There is a shift in focus between the 3rd and 4th semesters to creation of new knowledge/information. The 4th semester theme is construction and includes e.g. development of information systems for information management and creation of knowledge in communities of practice and the rational understanding of strategic processes is challenged. The 5th semester theme is implementation and focuses on the management and change of communication, information and knowledge processes with the overall aim of analyzing and suggesting how information can be managed to create value and contribute to organizational goals. And, finally, the 6th semester focus is on practicing information management. Paragraph 5. Theory-practice dimension The programme incorporates three types of competencies: Competencies of theoretical reflection, competencies in problem solving in practice and reflected practice and production. The three types of competencies form the links between theory and practice from traditional disciplines, through inter-disciplinary approaches to the programme s new disciplines. Paragraph 6. Quarter structure The programme encompasses 8 s the first two years, 5th semester and 11th and 12th s of the third year of study. Each consists of six weeks of lectures and one week of examinations. Course of studies 7. The courses are presented in the following table and described below: YEAR 1 1 Semester 2 Semester Theme Introducing Information Harmonious data, information and knowledge processes Quarters 1 st 2nd 3rd 4 th Courses Fundamentals of communication, Module 1 Introduction to organizational communication and communication planning. Fundamentals of communication, Module 2 1 st Year Communication in organizations 5 ECTS 5 ECTS 5 ECTS Fundamentals of information systems, Module 1 Fundamentals of information systems, Module 1 Fundamentals of information systems, Module 2
5 7.5 ECTS 5 ECTS 5 ECTS 12.5 ECTS Organization Theory: introductory, Module 1 5 ECTS Organization Theory: introductory, Module 2 5 ECTS Interdisciplinary Research Methods 5 ECTS YEAR 2 3 Semester 4 Semester Theme Knowledge in context Construction Quarters 5 th 6th 7th 8 th Courses Computermediated communication and collaboration 7.5 ECTS Information in context 7.5 ECTS management 7.5 ECTS Organization, innovation and systems design 7.5 ECTS Corporate communication 7.5 ECTS Information management and organizational change 7.5 ECTS 2 nd Year Information and knowledge in organizations 12.5 ECTS Interdisciplinary Research Methods 2.5 ECTS YEAR 3 5 Semester 6 Semester Theme Implementation Practicing Information Quarters 9 th and 10 th s 11 th 12 th
6 Courses Elective 7.5 ECTS Communication and knowledge Elective 7.5 ECTS management 7.5 ECTS Bachelor s Information Internship 15 ECTS Business Economics and Information 15 ECTS 7.5 ECTS Calculation of ECTS-points is based on an academic year totalling 60 ECTS-credit points (=1800 student work hours) 8. Course descriptions Full course descriptions are available at SECTION 1 FIRST YEAR Fundamentals of Communication, Modules 1 and 2 Fundamentals of Communication consists of two modules: Module 1 in the 1st and Module 2 in the 3rd. The two modules of Fundamentals of Communication are the foundation course that provides the necessary concepts and tools used throughout the fields of communication studies and trains students English writing skills. Module 1 focuses on basic theories and concepts in communication studies, whereas module 2 focuses on computer-mediated communication. Fundamentals of Communication, Module 1 is examined in the1st exam. Fundamentals of Communication, Module 2 is examined as part of the 1st year project. Introduction to Organizational Communication and Communication Planning The course provides an introduction to basic concepts, theories and practices relevant to communication in organizational contexts. It also gives an introduction to the basic principles and tools for communication planning. The course is examined as part of the 4th exam (1st year project). Fundamentals of Information Systems, Modules 1 and 2 Fundamentals of Information Systems consists of two modules: Module 1 in the 1st and 2nd and Module 2 in the 3rd. Module 1 provides an introduction to basic computer science, computers and networks, data and information structuring, searching and user interfaces and the users. Module 2 consists of two fields of study 1) Information Systems, which focuses on different categories of management information systems, their potential and limitations and the role of information architecture, and 2) Systems Development Practices and Business, which
7 focuses on life cycle models and the role of IT systems in relation to an organizations strategy, value chain and information logistics. Fundamentals of Information Systems, Module 1 is examined in the 2nd exam. Fundamentals of Information Systems, Module 2 is examined as part of the 1st year project. Organization Theory, Modules 1 and 2 Organization Theory consists of two modules: Module 1 in the 2nd and Module 2 in the 3rd. The aim is to provide students with analytical tools and capabilities that will allow them to comprehensively examine the challenging task of establishing well-functioning organizations. Organization Theory, Modules 1 and 2 are examined in the 3rd exam. Interdisciplinary Research Methods The course functions as a first introduction to the philosophy of social science and the most common methodologies used in social research. The aim of the course is to enable students to reflect on and critically assess the knowledge they acquire from their other courses and on their own ways of producing and analysing knowledge. Furthermore, it should help to develop students skills in making sound, informed, and reasoned methodological and theoretical choices in their own analytical work. Interdisciplinary Research Methods is examined as part of the 1st year project and 2nd year project, respectively. 1st Year The overall theme of the 1st year project is: Communication in Organizations. The aim of the 1st year project is to 1) Facilitate and reinforce the learning of the subjects taught during the 1st year by encouraging students to work independently and in a focused manner with selected theories, and 2) Develop analytical skills needed to undertake problem-oriented project work. The problem-solving process during project work is shaped by the systematic, professional and scientific demands of academic knowledge production. The final project must contain: A project report with an abstract and an executive summary. SECTION 2 SECOND YEAR Computer-mediated communication and collaboration The aim of the course is to provide the students with concepts, theories from the fields of computermediated communication (CMC) and computer supported cooperative work (CSCW) and practices relevant to communication in organizational contexts. The students must gain an understanding of social aspects of information and the role that computer-media play for culture, communication and collaboration Computer-mediated communication and collaboration is examined in the 5th exam together with the course Information in Context. Information in Context The aim of this course is to introduce students to the theoretical framework of information management and to develop their skills in analyzing and organizing information. The course introduces a range of theoretical understandings of information and information organization within
8 the fields of Information, Information Science and Information Architecture. Students will learn how to use this theoretical foundation for relating such concepts and theories to empirical information and practical approaches to information organization. Information in Context is examined in the 5th exam together with the course in Computermediated communication and collaboration. The course consists of three interrelated elements. The first element consists of theories that enable students to analyze and answer the question of what the project is and what it can do. The second element consists of particular project-related topics such as the role and tasks of project management, project management tools, and project evaluation. The third element consists of analysis and discussions of cases based on the course reading. The 6th exam is based on a paper that covers and Organization, innovation and systems design. Organization, innovation and systems design The course aims to provide students with analytical tools and capabilities that will allow them to comprehensively examine the problems of organizing for innovation and systems design under conditions of high uncertainty. Incomplete knowledge of alternatives and consequences is assumed to be a prevailing condition. The 6th exam is based on a paper that covers Organization, innovation and systems design and. Corporate Communication Corporate Communication provides students with a broad framework of corporative communication theories and analytical tools and capabilities that will allow them to diagnose and manage corporate communication problems and issues and understand how organizations manage internal and external communication most effectively. The course is examined together with Information and Organizational Change in the 7th exam. Information and Organizational Change The overall aim of the course is to provide students with 1) analytical tools and capabilities that allow them to comprehensively examine the challenging task of connecting corporate information resources into a coherent framework for management, navigation and access, and 2) tools to develop prototypes and design proposals. The course is examined together with Corporate Communication in the 7th exam. 2nd Year The overall theme of the 2nd year project is: Information and knowledge in Organizations. The aim of the 2nd year project is 1) To facilitate and reinforce the learning of the subjects taught during the 2nd year by encouraging students to work independently and in a focused manner with selected theories, and 2) To develop the analytical skills needed to undertake problem-oriented project work.
9 The problem-solving process during project work is shaped by the systematic, professional and scientific demands of academic knowledge production. The final project must contain: A project report with an abstract and an executive summary. SECTION 3 THIRD YEAR Communication and Knowledge The course will focus on the communication problems that often arise between people with different disciplinary backgrounds, and on how to translate discipline-specific knowledge so that it is intelligible to non-experts. The course examines how knowledge management can benefit from such translation skills and how issues of knowledge management, and the fundamental uncertainties of knowledge processes, can benefit from insights gained through communication studies. Business Economics and Information The core of this course is economics of information and economics of organizations. The course introduces some basic micro economic theories that are prominent and provide students with the analytical tools and capabilities that will allow them to critically examine information management and information efficiency at the organisational and industry levels. Electives In addition to compulsory BA(im) courses, each student must complete elective courses totalling 15 ECTS credits before graduation. Elective curricula may not overlap with the compulsory BA(im) courses, but must be relevant to the BA(im) profile. Paragraph 2. Electives must either be taken at CBS or at an institution approved by CBS. Paragraph 3. All elective courses are subject to prior approval by the BA(im) Study Board. Internship Internships provide students with a real life professional learning experience and offer students a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience in a business company, institution or organization that works professionally with issues relating to information management. The main objective of internships is to convert academic and theoretical knowledge into professional experience. The internship period is between September 1st and December 20th in the students 3rd year of study. The student's work must be supervised by a tutor within the company. The company tutor has to complete an evaluation form at the end of the internship. The intern writes a report at the end of the internship. The Study Board may grant approval for a student to a) substitute the internship with electives equivalent to 15 ECTS with a specific linkage to the field of information management or to b) substitute the internship with one specific elective and the elaboration of an individual project of up to 7.5 ECTS. Bachelor This capstone project is the conclusion of the BA in Information. The final project must contain: A project report with an abstract and an executive summary. 9. On the undergraduate programme, study activities span three academic years. Study activities are weighted in terms of the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). The unit calculations are provided in the Study Activities Chart below, as well as the weighted average calculation, see 10(4).
10 Chapter 3: Assessment Examination 10. The programme includes the following examinations in terms of ECTS-credit points: 1 st year Exams Examines the following courses ECTS Grade weight Censor 1 st Individual, written Fundamentals of Communication, 1st paper Fundamentals of communication, Module 1 (1 st ) 5 None (pass/fail) None 2 nd Individual, oral Fundamentals of Information Systems, Module 1 based on 2nd paper Fundamentals of information systems, Module 1 (1 st and 2 nd s) 15 2 Internal 3 rd Individual, oral Organization Theory, Module 1 and 2 based on 3rd paper Organization Theory. Introductory Module 1 and 2 (2 nd and 3 rd s) 15 2 Internal 4 th 1 st year project: 1) Individual, oral examination based on the 1st Communication in Organizations (4 th ) Interdisciplinary Research Methods (1 st - 4 th External
11 Year s) 2) Individual written English the Executive Summary included in the 1st Year Introduction to organizational communication and communication planning (2 nd Fundamentals of information systems, Module 2 (3 rd ) Fundamentals of communication, Module 2 (3 rd ) Internal Total number of ECTS 1 st year 60 2 nd Year Exams Examines the following courses ECTS Grade weight Censor 5 th Individual, 4 hour open book exam of 5th courses Computermediated communication and collaboration and Information in Context Computermediated communication and collaboration (5 th ) Information in Context (5 th ) 10 2 Internal
12 6 th Individual, oral 6th course module based on 6th paper (6 th ) Internal 6 th Individual, oral 6th course module Organization, innovation and Systems design based on 6th paper Organization, innovation and Systems Design (6 th ) Internal 7 th Individual, oral 7th course modules Corporate Communication and Information and Organizational Change based on 7 th paper Corporate Communication (7 th ) Information and Organizational Change (7 th ) 10 2 Internal 8 th 2 nd year project 1) Individual, oral examination of 2nd Year Information and Knowledge in Organizations 20 2 External Interdisciplinary
13 2) Individual written English the Executive Summary included in the 2nd Year Total number of ECTS 2 nd Research Methods (5 th - 7 th s) year Internal 60 3 rd year Exams Examines the following courses ECTS Grade Weight Censor 5 th semester Examination in elective course Elective course Internal 5 th semester Examination in elective course Elective course Internal 5 th semester Internship report Internship 10 None (pass/fail) Internal 11 th Individual, oral Communication and Knowledge based on project written in groups Communication and Knowledge (11 th ) Internal 11 th Individual, oral Business Economics and Internal
14 Business Economics and Information based on project written in groups Information (11 th ) 12 th 12 th Bachelor s : 1) Oral Bachelor s Bachelor s project 15 2 External External 2) Individual written English the Executive Summary included in the Bachelor s Total number of ECTS 3 rd year 60 Table notes: Calculation of ECTS-credit points is based on an academic year totalling 60 ECTS (=1800 student work hours). Grade weight is generally based on the number of ECTS points obtained for the course, where 7.5 ECTS credits equals 1. Paragraph 2. Examinations in the first year project, second year project, and bachelor s project are held as external examinations. Paragraph 3. Under the provisions of the Examination Order, all other examinations are held as internal examinations, cf. appendix. Paragraph 4. The weighted grade average is calculated in terms of ECTS-credit points, see section 10 above. Courses marked pass/fail will not be included in the grade point average, including courses transferred from other institutions that does not grade according to the 7-point grading scale. The first-year examination
15 11. Pursuant to of the Examination Order, the special provisions stated in paragraphs 2-6 below apply to the first-year examination. Paragraph 2. Before the end of the first year of the programme, the student must sit the first-year examinations listed in 10, first table (labelled 1st year examinations) in order to be allowed to continue on the programme. The student cannot withdraw from any 1st year examination, without it counting as an attempt at the examination in question, see 18. The results of the examinations must be available before 1 August. Paragraph 3. If the student does not pass the examinations the first time, the student may register for re-examination no later than August. The results will be available by the end of September. Paragraph 4. Students who do not pass examinations at the second attempt, and students who have opted out of a re-examination, see (3), have the option to register for regular examinations in the following year, and if relevant, for the re-examinations, see 18. If a student has not passed the examinations as required in paragraph 5, the right to further examination attempts will lapse. Paragraph 5. The examinations listed in paragraph 2 must be passed no later than at the end of the second year following the programme start, in order for the student to be allowed to continue the programme. The requirements for a pass are provided in 17. Paragraph 6. In the event of exceptional circumstances, the Study Board may grant individual students an exemption from the deadlines described in paragraph 2-5. Learning objectives and examination regulations 12. The learning objectives and examination regulations for each examination on the programme appear in the Appendix of the programme regulations. Chapter 4: General examination regulations Assessment and censorship 13. Examinations are either internal or external: Internal examinations are assessed either only by the examiner(s) alone or by the examiner(s) and one censor officially appointed by the President among the CBS teaching staff (internal censor). External examinations are assessed by the examiner(s) and censor officially appointed by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (external censor). Paragraph 2. The examination regulations of each examination will determine whether they are internal or external and whether they are assessed with or without a censor, see the appendix. 14. Examinations listed in 10 will be assessed in conformity with the regulations in order no. 250 of 15 March 2007 on grading scales and other assessments. Types of examination 15. Examinations are arranged as individual examinations, cf. paragraphs 2-5. Paragraph 2. By individual examinations is meant: 1. The examination and answering must be carried out individually, however cf. paragraph Individual assessments and grading must be made. Paragraph 3. If the examination is a written paper that is not to be defended orally and has been written by more than one student, the contributions of the single student must be recognisable ensuring that an individual assessment takes place.
16 Paragraph 4. If the written paper is not graded with an individual grade according to paragraph 3, the written work can be included in the assessment at the oral examinations of each student and the contribution of each student does not have to be identified. Paragraph 5. If the written work has to be assessed individually and forms the basis for the individual oral examination, the contributions of each student must be recognisable ensuring that an individual assessment takes place. Paragraph 6. Even if regulations state that examinations are public, the following applies: If a lecture or oral defence of a written paper is taking place or the examination is founded in an assignment carried out by more than one student, these other students cannot be present in the examination room prior to their own examination. 16. If an examination or part of an examination is an assignment that has to be carried out in groups, the students are entitled to turn in an individual assignment that can form the basis of the assessment. The regulations only apply when the assignment is assessed with a grade that will appear on the diploma, see 10. Requirements for Passed Examinations and Tests 17. In order to pass an examination the student must have passed all parts of the examination. Each examination or examination component must be passed separately. In order to pass, the student must have obtained a grade no lower than 02 or Pass. Passed examinations cannot be re-taken. Paragraph 2. Calculation of the total grade point average for the BA in Information degree is done using the weights stated in 10. Paragraph 3. Each examination can be re-taken individually. However passed examinations (i.e. examinations with a grade of 02 or above) and examinations that are part of passed exam modules cannot be re-taken. Paragraph 4. If the examination is in modules, each passed module and modules that are part of passed examinations cannot be re-taken. Paragraph 5. When re-taking an exam or any other kind of assessment, the highest grade obtained applies. 18. A student may sit the same examination a maximum of three times. The Study Board may permit a student to register a fourth or fifth time if warranted by extraordinary circumstances; however, see 11, paragraph 5. Paragraph 2. The Study Board may in exceptional cases grant an exemption for more than five examination attempts. This especially applies when the student only lacks one examination to complete the programme, see however 11, paragraph 5. Paragraph 3. The third, fourth and fifth time a student registers for an internal examination assessed solely by the examiner, the student can require the participation of a censor. Examination language 19. Examinations are held in English, however see 33. Paragraph 2. The Study Board can dispense from the prior. If a student is given a dispensation to conduct an examination in Danish, or deliver a project or the like in Danish, this will be stated in the final diploma. Paragraph 3. Applications regarding paragraph 2 are sent to the study secretariat no later than one month prior to the examination date. Dispensation requests need to be properly reasoned and adequately documented.
17 Paragraph 4. The language conditions stated in this Section apply to all oral and written examinations as well as all types of written projects and home assignments (seminars, papers, etc.) that are subject to an assessment. Examination aids 20. The examination regulations of each examination state what types of examination aids can be used at written examinations. Paragraph 2. Unless otherwise stated in the examination regulations, see paragraph 1, no aids written or electronic apart from simple writing and drawing utensils can be used. Paragraph 3. If it is stated in the examinations regulations, see paragraph 1, that electronic aids are allowed, CBS regulations on Rules for Using Electronic Aids during written examinations apply. Paragraph 4. If the Study Board decides that an examination can take place using CBS computers, the CBS regulations for use of PCs for written examinations apply, and the permitted aids can be adapted so that the academic level of the examination is not altered. If the Study Board makes use of this possibility, the students must be notified of the changes no less than 2 months prior to the final examination date. Paragraph 5. The rules stated in Regulations for Written Tests at CBS apply to all written examinations. Special examination conditions 21. The Study Board can dispense with the determined examinations regulations for each examination with the aim of allowing special examination conditions for students with physical or mental disabilities, and for students who have similar difficulties in cases where it is deemed necessary to place such students on even terms with their fellow students in the examination situation. It is a prerequisite for the exemption that it does not lower the academic level of the examination. Paragraph 2. When the examination learning objectives state that the assessment of the examination will also take into consideration spelling and wording, the Study Board can dispense with this for students who are able to document a relevant and specific disability, unless spelling and wording are an important part of the examination purpose. Paragraph 3. Students who wish permission to take an examination on special conditions according to paragraph 1 or for dispensation according to paragraph 2 must apply to the study secretariat no later than 1 month before the examination date. The application must contain relevant documentation. Examination terms and deadlines 22. In first and second years, examinations take place at the end of each. In the third year, examinations take place at the end of 5th semester and at the end of the 11th and 12th respectively. Paragraph 2. Students are automatically registered for all regular examinations in the academic year for which they are registered. The deadline for withdrawal is 2 weeks before each individual exam. Paragraph 3. If notification of withdrawal before the deadline has not been received, the exam is considered begun and counts as an exam attempt. Dispensation is given, however, if the student is hindered due to illness. Paragraph 4. In contrast to paragraph 2 above, students assume personal responsibility to register for all make-up and re-examinations, and for all regular examinations taking place in another academic year. Deadlines for registration and withdrawal are indicated on E-campus.
18 Paragraph 5. Students failing to register for examinations that are their own responsibility will not be permitted to attend the examination. The Study Board may grant an exemption from these deadlines, but will only do so in exceptional circumstances. Paragraph 6. An overall examination schedule indicating in which week the examination will take place will be posted on E-campus before the start of the academic year. An examination schedule stating the examination date for each examinee will be published on E-campus no later than 14 days before the examination. Dates for make-up examinations and re-examinations are published on E- campus no later than 14 days before the examination. 23. Written examination grades must be submitted by the examiner and the internal/external censor to the study secretariat no later than four weeks after examination. Audio recording of examinations 24. Students are allowed to make an audio recording of their own oral examination. Any student who wishes to do so must inform the examiners accordingly no later than at the start of the examination. Rules on audio recordings are laid down in the Ethical rules on audio recordings of oral tests at CBS. Examinations abroad 25. When special conditions warrant it, a student may be granted permission to sit an examination at a Danish consulate or embassy abroad. The conditions and regulations governing such an examination are described in the CBS Guidelines for examinations conducted abroad. Make-up examinations and re-examinations 26. Students who can provide documentation proving that due to illness or conditions of a similar nature they have been unable to complete an examination are entitled to sit a make-up examination, see however paragraph 2 and 3. Accidents and serious illness or death in the immediate family constitute conditions similar to illness. In the event that other exceptional circumstances prevent a student from sitting an examination, the matter may be brought before the Programme Director, who may grant the student permission to sit a make-up examination. Paragraph 2. The permission to take a make-up examination is only available to students who have been registered for the regular examination. Thus, make-up examinations are not held for students who have been prevented from sitting a re-examination due to illness. Paragraph 3. Re-examinations should be offered as soon as possible following the regular examination i.e. in the same exam period or just after that. For the winter exam, in February at the latest and for the summer exam, in August at the latest. Paragraph 4. The conditions for taking a make-up examination and the documentation requirements, etc. are described in the Regulations regarding participation in make-up examinations at Copenhagen Business School. 27. Students who receive a grade of 00 or below, or the assessment fail at a regular examination are entitled to take a re-examination, see however paragraph 2 and 3. Paragraph 2. The option of taking a re-examination is only available to students who have failed a regular examination, cf. 11 paragraph 3. Re-examinations are not held for students who have taken a make-up examination. Paragraph 3. Re-examinations should be offered as soon as possible following the regular examination i.e. in the same exam period or just after that. For the winter exam, in February at the latest and for the summer exam, in August at the latest.
19 Paragraph 4. Participation in a re-examination is considered renewed participation in the given examination, see Re-examinations are subject to the same learning objectives that apply to the regular examination. Paragraph 2. Re-examinations are held according to the same examination regulations as the corresponding regular examination, unless: The examination regulations for the exam in question explicitly contain differing provisions for re-examinations. It is a written examination for which the number of registered candidates for the reexamination warrants that an oral examination is more appropriate. Extraordinary re-examinations 29. In connection with the arrangements for, or the offer of, an extraordinary re-examination in accordance with 29 (re-examination irregularities) of the Examination Order or the offer of a reexamination in accordance with 39, 40 or 48 (re-assessment complaints) of the Examination Order, the re-examination will be held in accordance with the same examination learning objectives that apply to the regular examination. Paragraph 2. To the widest extent possible, the re-examination will be held in accordance with the same examination regulations that apply to the regular examination. In the event this is not possible due to the nature of the examination, the examination may be held according to the adjusted examination regulations governing make-up or re-examinations, see 28 paragraph 2, para a). Examination assessment complaints 30. Students are entitled to file a complaint about examinations and assessments if they do not feel that the assessments are correct, or if, for other reasons, the students cannot immediately accept the assessment given. The specific rules for filing complaints, including the option to request submission of the complaint to an appeals board, and the time limits set for filing complaints are contained in Chapter 8 of the Examination Order and the CBS Guidelines for complaints about teaching and examinations under the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation. Diploma 31. CBS issues a diploma to students who have completed their programme in accordance with the provisions laid down in 34 of the Examination Order. The diploma must be issued to the graduate no later than two months after the final examination has been taken and the grade published. The month of July is not included in the two-month period. Paragraph 2. Students who leave the degree programme without completion are entitled to receive documentation, including ECTS credit points, for those parts of the programme that have been passed. Chapter 5: Common Regulations 32. The BA(im) Programme is taught entirely in English. Electives may be taken in any language. Credit transfer 33. Programme elements of the BA in Information that are passed at another university are regarded as equivalent to corresponding programme elements covered by these programme regulations.
20 34. The Study Board may grant approval for a student to substitute passed programme elements of another Danish or foreign degree programme of the same academic level for programme elements covered by these programme regulations, however, cf. paragraph 2. Paragraph 2. The Study Board can also approve that programme content that has not yet been passed from a Danish or foreign programme of the same level can be applied instead of the course content in this study programme if the student subsequently passes an exam on the programme content in question (pre-approved credit transfer = forhåndsmerit). Paragraph 3. Decisions taken pursuant to paragraph 1 and 2 will be made on the basis of an academic assessment. Paragraph 4. Programme elements that a student wishes to have transferred from other programmes are transferred on the basis of the standard student workload in terms of ECTS credits laid down in the relevant programme regulations. According to the structure of the programme, deviations may occur between the equivalent number of ECTS credits and the number of credits actually transferred, as the total number of ECTS credits for the programme must be Where the programme element in question has been assessed according to the 7-point or the 13-point grading scale at the academic institution at which the examination was taken, and the programme element equates to or replaces a programme element which is also assessed using to the 7- point or 13-point grading scale according to the examination regulations laid down in the programme regulations, the grade will be transferred. If the grade has been given using the 13-point grading scale, it will be converted to the 7-point scale. In all other cases the assessment will be transferred as pass. Examinations transferred as pass are not included in the calculation of the grade point average, see 10, paragraph Applications for credit transfer including pre-approved transfer (forhåndsmerit) must be submitted to the study secretariat on a special form along with the required documentation. Leave of absence 37. A student may be granted leave from the programme due to personal circumstances. Detailed rules on obtaining leave and provisions applying to students on leave are laid down in the Rules on leave for full-time students at CBS. Study guide and programme regulation 38. The Programme Director prepares and publishes a study guide for the degree programme. The study guide must be approved by the Study Board. Paragraph 2. The study guide contains a comprehensive description of the programme, practical guidelines for students and details about other conditions relevant to the students when planning their studies. Paragraph 3. The programme regulations must be publicly available at Exemptions from programme regulations 39. The Study Board may, when special conditions warrant it, grant exemptions for those provisions in the programme regulations that are not prescribed by ministerial orders but have been laid down by CBS. Paragraph 2. Exemptions from the programme regulations that require an exemption from a ministerial order may be brought before the Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation.
21 Complaints 40. Complaints about decisions made by the Study Board or the Programme Director on the basis of the present programme regulations have to be filed with the President of CBS. Deadline for lodging a complaint is two weeks from the date when the complainant was informed of the decision. Paragraph 2. Decisions made by CBS pursuant to paragraph 1 may be appealed by the complainant to the Danish University and Property Agency when the complaint concerns a question of law. Deadline for lodging an appeal is two weeks from the date when the complainant was informed of the decision. The appeal must be addressed to the Agency, but submitted to the President of CBS. CBS will forward the complaint to the Agency accompanied by a statement. CBS will give the complainant the opportunity to comment on the statement with a time limit of at least one week. The complainant s comments will be enclosed when the appeal is forwarded to the Agency. Paragraph 3. Further information can be found in the CBS Guidelines on students access to complaining about decisions made by study boards, Programme Directors and the study administration. 41. Complaints about decisions made by the Study Board regarding whether Danish programme content that has already been passed can replace part of the programme in accordance with 34, paragraph 2 as well as complaints about the Study Board s decisions concerning whether planned Danish or foreign education qualifications can replace parts of the programme (pre-approved credit transfers) in accordance with 34, paragraph 2 can be brought before the Appeals Board for credit transfers ( Meritankenævnet ) cf. Ministerial Order 102 of 26 February Paragraph 2. The deadline for submitting a complaint is 2 weeks from the date the complainant was informed of the decision. The complaint must be addressed to the Appeals Board for credit transfers (Meritankenævnet), but submitted to the President of CBS. CBS has the opportunity to reassess the application. It the assessment remains the same, CBS will forward the complaint to the Appeals Board (Meritankenævnet) with a statement enclosed. CBS will give the complainant the opportunity to comment on the statement with a one-week time limit. The complainant s comments will be enclosed when the complaint is forwarded to the board. The Appeals Board for credit transfers (Meritankenævnet) makes the final administrative decision. 42. Complaints about decisions made by the study board regarding whether foreign qualifications that have already been passed can replace programme elements according 34, paragraph 2 (credit transfer) can be brought before the Qualifications Board (Kvalifikationsnævnet), cf. Lov om vurdering af udenlandske uddannelseskvalifikationer. Paragraph 2. The deadline for submitting a complaint is 4 weeks from the date the complainant was informed of the decision. The complaint must be addressed to the Qualifications Board (Kvalifikationsnævnet) but submitted to the President of CBS. CBS has the opportunity to re-assess the application. If the assessment remains the same, CBS will forward the complaint to the Qualifications Board (Kvalifikationsnævnet) accompanied by a statement. CBS will give the complainant the opportunity to comment on the statement with a time limit of one week. The complainant s comments will be enclosed when the complaint is forwarded to the the board. The Qualifications Board (Kvalifikationsnævnet) makes the final administrative decision. Chapter 6. Commencement and transition regulations Commencement
22 44. These Programme Regulations become effective for students who begin the BA(im) programme on 1 September 2008, as well as for students who, according to 46, are transferred to these Programme Regulations. Paragraph 2. These 2008 Programme Regulations also apply to students who re-register for the first part of the programme, cf The 2007 Programme Regulations that have been in force until now are repealed as of 1 September 2008, cf. 46. Transitional provisions 46. Students, who began the BA(im) program in accordance with the 2007 Programme Regulations are hereby transferred to the 2008 rules and regulations, however the 2007 Programme Regulations apply for Y1. Paragraph 2. Students, who began til BA(im) program in accordance with the 2006 Programme Regulations are hereby transferred to the 2008 Programme Regulations, however the 2006 Programme Regulations apply for Y1 and the 2007 Programme Regulations apply for Y2. Paragraph 3. For students who began the Program in 2006, exams according to the Programme Regulations of the 2006 version will be held for the last time at the summer examination term of 2009.
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