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1 Curriculum for the main subject at Master s level in Film and Media Studies, the 2013 curriculum Adjusted 2014 Emended 2015 Department of Media, Cognition and Communication The Faculty of Humanities University of Copenhagen

2 Contents Part 1 Authority, affiliation, prescribed period of study and title Authority Affiliation Prescribed period of study Title... 3 Part 2 Admission requirements Admission requirements... 3 Part 3 technical requirements pertaining to study Reading texts in foreign languages Definition of a standard page Writing and spelling skills... 4 Part 4 Academic profile Programme objectives Competence profile for the Master s graduate... 4 Part 5 Structure of the programme The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies and its concentrations a. The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies b. The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies and concentration in Cross-Media Communication c. The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies and concentration in Creative Media Industries d. The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies and concentration in Journalism, Culture and Society e. The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies and concentration in Film and Audiovisual Aesthetics f. The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies and upper secondary school concentration The main subject's modules Module 1: Organizational and Institutional Analysis Module 2: Culture, Genres and Aesthetics Module 3: Production and Communication Module 4: Audience and User Studies Module 5: Concentration Modules Module 6: Academic Internship Module 7: Optional Subjects Module 8: Master's Thesis Part 6 General exam rules and assessment criteria General exam rules Assessment criteria Part 7 Study activity and completion the programme Study activity Completion of the programme Part 8 Credits and transitional provisions Credits Transitional provisions Part 9 Registration for courses and exams Registration for courses and exams Part 10 Commencement, exemption and approval Date of commencement Exemption Approval

3 Part 1 Authority, affiliation, prescribed period of study and title 1. Authority The curriculum for the main subject at Master s level in Film and Media Studies (studieordningen for kandidatuddannelsen i Film- og Medievidenskab) has been drawn up under the authority endowed by section 24 of Ministerial Order no. 814 of 29 June 2010 on Bachelor and Master s programmes at universities (the Study Programme Order) and Ministerial Order no. 429 of 10 May 2012 amending the same and section 30 of Ministerial Order no of 16 December Affiliation The Master s Programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies falls under the auspices of the Study Board for Media, Cognition and Communication and the corps of external examiners for Film and Media Studies. 3. Prescribed period of study The main subject at Master s level in Film and Media Studies is prescribed to 90 ECTS credits and forms part of a two-year Master s degree, which is prescribed to 120 ECTS credits, including electives prescribed to 30 ECTS credits. (2) The Master s programme's upper secondary school concentration consists af the main subject prescribed to 75 ECTS credits and an upper secondary school Master s minor prescribed to 45 ECTS credits. (3) For students with an upper secondary school Bachelor's elective prescribed to 60 ECTS credits, the upper secondary school concentration consists of the main subject prescribed to 90 ECTS credits and an upper secondary school Master s minor prescribed to 30 ECTS credits. 4. Title Graduates from the Master s programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies are entitled to use the title Master of Arts (MA) in Film and Media Studies. The title in Danish is cand. mag. i Filmog Medievidenskab. Part 2 Admission requirements 5. Admission requirements Students who have passed or are expected to pass the Bachelor s programme in Film and Media Studies from the University of Copenhagen are entitled to admission to the Master s programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies directly after completing the Bachelor's programme in Film and Media Studies. (2) Other Bachelor s programmes granting direct admission are published on (3) The Faculty may admit other applicants than those mentioned in (1) and (2) if the Study Board assesses an applicant's educational qualifications to be equivalent to the Bachelor s programme that qualifies for direct admission and if the Faculty assesses that the applicant will be able to complete the programme. (4) Students with non-danish qualifications and students from abroad who wish to take the programme in the Danish language must pass the Studieprøven (the Higher Education Examination) before commencing their studies. Nordic citizens are exempt from this requirement, provided that they sat their qualifying examinations in Danish, Swedish or Norwegian. (5) Students with non-danish qualifications and students from abroad who wish to take the programme in English must have passed what corresponds to English at level B in the Danish upper-secondary school before commencing their studies. (6) The Faculty may demand that admission to a Master s programme requires participation in and passing of a supplementary course of up to. 3

4 (7) The supplementary course must be passed either before the beginning of the semester or at the latest at the first exam period after the student s commencing of study. (8) Each year, the Study Board decides the admission capacity of the Master s programme in Film- and Media Studies. The admission capacity is published yearly at least 1 year before the deadline for applying on (9) In the event that the number of qualified applicants exceeds the number of available places,, admission will be granted in accordance with a ranking of the applicants on the basis of the criteria published on Part 3 technical requirements pertaining to study 6. Reading texts in foreign languages Students must be able to read academic literature in English. Elements of the teaching will also be in English. 7. Definition of a standard page A standard page as applied to syllabus and the submission of take-home assignments,including the thesis, corresponds to 2,400 keystrokes, including spaces. When calculating the extent of takehome assignments, notes are included, but not cover page, bibliography and appendices. 8. Writing and spelling skills When assessing take-home assignments, including the thesis, both in Danish and in a foreign language, the student s writing and spelling skills (as documented in the work submitted) must be included in the overall assessment of the piece of work concerned, although the academic content is weighted most heavily. If special emphasis is placed on writing and spelling skills, this will be stipulated under the individual subject element in section 12. Part 4 Academic profile 9. Programme objectives The purpose of the main subject at Master s level in Film and Media Studies is to build upon the students academic knowledge and skills, and to improve theoretical and methodical competences in film and media. The programme has a cross-media approach. It teaches students to forge links between theory and practice when working on specific production and communication jobs and on film and media organisations communication with different audiences and user groups. The Master s programme in Film and Media Studies is also interdisciplinary, and covers both national and international conditions. The concentrations in Journalism, Culture and Society, Creative Media Industries, Cross-media Communication and Film and Audiovisual aesthetics provide a special in-depth study of certain aspects of film and media studies. 10. Competence profile for the Master s graduate Competence description The Master s programme in Film and Media Studies provides graduates with broad and in-depth competences related to working with media, including audiovisual media, digital media and the interaction between media. The programme provides students with a solid theoretical and analytical basis for understanding modern film and media culture at national and international level, including the ability to analyse complex questions relating to the role played by public- and private-sector 4

5 media companies in culture and society. Graduates in Film and Media Studies have acquired knowledge of the way in which modern film and media organisations work, and are able to work across the various media in a digital media culture: mass media, interpersonal media and network media. Graduates possess both theoretical and analytical knowledge of aesthetics and genres, the interaction between society, culture and media institutions, and the circuit of communication between sender, text and user. Graduates have a particular ability to translate theoretical and analytical knowledge into practical production and communication with different target groups in the main communication genres. The Master s programme in Film and Media Studies qualifies graduates for further education, including the PhD programme. Competency objectives A gaduate in Film and Media Studies has the following specific competences: Knowledge and understanding of genres and media, including audiovisual and digital media film and media s production, distribution and recipient conditions, including the interaction between different types of media and forms of communication the interaction between film and media and culture and society, at national and international level the application of academic methodology in relation to specific analytical issues. Skills to plan and conduct independent, empirical analyses of a defined issue concerning film and media production, distribution and use perform complex analyses of film and media products and genres select, use and critically reflect on key theories and methodologies in relation to specific issues and analyses communicate academic insights to specific audiences through selected media and communication genres. Competences to manage analytical work and independently present relevant solutions to Film and Media Studies issues discuss academic questions in an independent manner and critically assess the relevance of analytical approaches work with others on academic assignments reflect on their own academic standards within Film and Media studies in relation to current and future work assignments. Part 5 Structure of the programme 11. The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies and its concentrations The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies has the following concentrations: The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies (11a). The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies with concentration in Cross-media Communication (11b). The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies with concentration in Creative Media Industries (11c). The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies with concentration in Journalism, Culture and Society (11d). The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies with concentration in Film and Audiovisual Aesthetics (11e). The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies with upper secondary school concentration (11f). 5

6 11a. The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies consists of the main subject, which includes modules prescribed to a total of 90 ECTS credits, incl. the thesis, as well as the Master's elective prescribed to 30 ECTS credits. (2) The main subject includes 30 ECTS credits electives. (3) The Master s electives may be chosen from outside the main subject. (4) The programme concludes with a thesis prescribed to 30 ECTS credits. The thesis must be on a topic within the field of Film and Media Studies. (5) The programme s structured course includes, in the third semester, a mobility window of 30 ECTS credits which after application can be used by the student for studying abroad, academic internships, etc. Students opting for 30 ECTS mobility in this semester may in their second semester choose the subject element Audience and User Studies along with the compulsory subject element Cross-Media Production and Communication. (6) The structured course for the Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies is shown below. Alternatives to the structured course are in italics. Semester Module (part of the programme) Subject element (subject type) 1. 1: Organizational and Institutional Analysis (the main subject) 2: Culture, Genres and Aesthetics (the main subject) Organizational and Institutional Analysis (constituent and compulsory) HFMK03011E Culture, Genres and Aesthetics (constituent and compulsory) HFMK03021E Take-home assignment, optional subject, requiring active participation Internal with multiple examiners Take-home assignment, optional subject Internal with multiple examiners 2. 3: Production and Communication (the main subject) or or or Cross-Media Production and Communication (constituent and compulsory elective) HFMK03031E Creative Media Industries and Communication (constituent and compulsory elective) HFMK03041E Journalism, Production and Communication (constituent and compulsory elective) HFMK03051E Film Production and Communication (constituent and compulsory elective) HFMK03061E Oral exam, optional subject, with material and requiring active student participation External Subject elements from module 3 or module 6 (Academic Internship) or module 7 (Optional Subjects) or Master's electives 3. Mobilitywindow 4: Audience and User Studies (the main subject) Audience and User Studies (constituent and compulsory) HFMK03071E Oral exam, optional subject, with material Internal with multiple examiners Subject elements from module 3 or module 6 (Academic Internship) or module 7 (Optional Subjects) or Master's electives 4. 8: Master's Thesis (the main subject) 30 ECTS credits Master's Thesis (constituent and compulsory) 30 ECTS credits HFMK03201E Take-home assignment, optional subject External 6

7 11b. The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies and concentration in Cross-Media Communication The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies with concentration in Crossmedia Communication consists of the main subject, which includes modules prescribed to a total of 105 ECTS credits, incl. the thesis, as well as the Master's elective prescribed to. (2) The Master s electives may be chosen from outside the main subject. (3) The programme concludes with a thesis prescribed to 30 ECTS credits. The theis must be on a topic within the field of Film and Media Studies. (4) To register for the thesis with a concentration in Cross-Media Communication, the student must have passed the subject elements Cross-Media Production and Communication and Cross-Media Communication: Theory and Analysis. (5) This concentration does not include a mobility window of 30 ECTS credits. Students have the option of mobility in the third semester. (6) The structured course for the Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies and concentration in Cross-media Communication is shown below: Semester Module (part of the programme) Subject element (subject type) 1. 1: Organizational and Institutional Analysis (the main subject) 2: Culture, Genres and Aesthetics (the main subject) Organizational and Institutional Analysis (constituent and compulsory) HFMK03011E Culture, Genres and Aesthetics (constituent and compulsory) 15 ECTS credits HFMK03021E Take-home assignment, optional subject, requiring active participation Internal with multiple examiners Take-home assignment, optional subject Internal with multiple examiners 2. 3: Production and Communication (the main subject) 5: Concentration Modules (the main subject) Cross-Media Production and Communication (constituent and compulsory elective) HFMK03031E Cross-Media Communication: Theory and Analysis (constituent) 15 ECTS credits HFM03081E Oral exam, optional subject, with material and requiring active student participation External Take-home assignment, optional subject, requiring active participation External 3. 4: Audience and User studies (the main subject) Audience and User Studies (constituent and compulsory) HFMK03071E Oral exam, optional subject, with material Internal with multiple examiners Subject elements from module 3: Creative Media Industries and Communication, Journalism, Production and Communication or Film Production and Communication from module 3, or module 6 (Academic Internship) or subject elements from module 7 (Optional Subjects) or Master's electives 4. 8: Master's Thesis (the main subject) 30 ECTS credits Master's Thesis with Concentration in Cross-Media Communication (constituent and compulsory) 30 ECTS credits HFMK03211E Take-home assignment, optional subject External 7

8 11c. The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies and concentration in Creative Media Industries The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies with concentration in Creative Media Industries consists of the main subject, which includes modules prescribed to a total of 105 ECTS credits, incl. the thesis, as well as the Master's elective prescribed to. (2) The Master s electives may be chosen from outside the main subject. (3) The programme concludes with a thesis prescribed to 30 ECTS credits. The thesis must be on a topic within the field of Film and Media Studies. (4) To register for the thesis with a concentration in Creative Media Industries, the student must have passed the subject elements Creative Media Industries production and communication and Creative media industries: Theory and analysis. (5) This concentration does not include a mobility window of 30 ECTS credits. Students have the option of mobility in the third semester (6) The expected course of study for the Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies and concentration in Creative Media Industries is depicted in the table below: Semester Module (part of the programme) Subject element (subject type) 1. 1: Organizational and Institutional Analysis (the main subject) 2: Culture, Genres and Aesthetics (the main subject) Organizational and Institutional Analysis (constituent and compulsory) HFMK03011E Culture, Genres and Aesthetics (constituent and compulsory) HFMK03021E Take-home assignment, optional subject, requiring active participation Internal with multiple examiners Take-home assignment, optional subject Internal with multiple examiners 2. 3: Production and Communication (the main subject) 5: Concentration Modules (the main subject) Creative Media Industries and Communication (constituent and compulsory elective) HFMK03041E Creative Media Industries: Theory and Analysis (constituent and compulsory) HFMK03091E Oral exam, optional subject, with material and requiring active student participation External Take-home assignment, optional subject, requiring active participation External 3. 4: Audience and User Studies (the main subject) Audience and User Studies (constituent and compulsory) HFMK03071E Oral exam, optional subject, with material Internal with multiple examiners Subject elements from module 3: Cross-Media Production and Communication, Journalism, Production and Communication or Film Production and Communication from module 3, or module 6 (Academic Internship) or subject elements from module 7 (Optional Subjects) or Master's electives 4. 8: Master's Thesis (the main subject) 30 ECTS credits Master's Thesis with Concentration in Creative Media Industries (constituent and compulsory) 30 ECTS credits HFMK03221E Take-home assignment, optional subject External 8

9 11d. The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies and concentration in Journalism, Culture and Society The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies with concentration in Journalism, Culture and Society consists of the main subject, which includes modules prescribed to a total of 105 ECTS credits, incl. the thesis, as well as the Master's elective prescribed to 15 ECTS cred-its. (2) The Master s electives may be chosen from outside the main subject. (3) The programme concludes with a thesis prescribed to 30 ECTS credits. The thesis must be on a topic within the field of Film and Media Studies. (4) To register for the thesis with a concentration in Journalism, Culture and Society, the student must have passed the subject elements Journalism, production and communication and Journalism, culture and society: Theory and analysis. (5) This concentration does not include a mobility window of 30 ECTS credits. Students have the option of mobility in the third semester (6) The expected course of study for the Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies and concentration in Journalism, Culture and Society is depicted in the table below: Semester Module (part of the programme) Subject element (subject type) 1. 1: Organizational and Institutional Analysis (the main subject) 2: Culture, Genres and Aesthetics (the main subject) Organizational and Institutional Analysis (constituent and compulsory) HFMK03011E Culture, Genres and Aesthetics (constituent and compulsory) HFMK03021E Take-home assignment, optional subject, requiring active participation Internal with multiple examiners Take-home assignment, optional subject Internal with multiple examiners 2. 3: Production and Communication (the main subject) 5: Concentration Modules (the main subject) Journalism, Production and Communication (konstituerende og obligatorisk valgfag) 15 ECTS-point HFMK03051E Journalism, Culture and Society: Theory and Analysis (constituent and compusory) HFMK03101E Oral exam, optional subject, with material and requiring active student participation External Take-home assignment, optional subject, requiring active participation External 3. 4: Audience and User Studies (the main subject) Audience and User Studies (constituent and compulsory) HFMK03071E Oral exam, optional subject, with material Internal with multiple examiners Subject elements from module 3: Cross-Media Production and Communication, Creative Media Industries and Communication or Film Production and Communication from module 3, or module 6 (Academic Internship) or subject elements from module 7 (Optional Subjects) or Master's electives 4. 8: Master's Thesis (the main subject) 30 ECTS credits Master's Thesis with Concentration in Journalism, Culture and Society (constituent and compulsory) 30 ECTS credits HFMK03231E Take-home assignment, optional subject External 9

10 11e. The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies and concentration in Film and Audiovisual Aesthetics The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies with concentration in Film and Audiovisual Aesthetics consists of the main subject, which includes modules prescribed to a total of 105 ECTS credits, incl. the thesis, as well as the Master's elective prescribed to. (2) The Master s electives may be chosen from outside the main subject. (3) The programme concludes with a thesis prescribed to 30 ECTS credits. The thesis must be on a subject within the field of Film and Media Studies. (4) To register for the thesis with a concentration in Film and Audiovisual Aesthetics, the student must have passed the subject elements Film production and communication and Film and audiovisual aesthetics: Theory and analysis. (5) This concentration does not include a mobility window of 30 ECTS credits. Students have the option of mobility in the third semester (6) The expected course of study for the Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies and concentration in Film and Audiovisual Aesthetics is depicted in the table below: Semester Module (part of the programme) Subject element (subject type) 1. 1: Organizational and Institutional Analysis (the main subject) 2: Culture, Genres and Aesthetics (the main subject) Organizational and Institutional Analysis (constituent and compulsory) HFMK03011E Culture, Genres and Aesthetics (constituent and compulsory) HFMK03021E Take-home assignment, optional subject, requiring active participation Internal with multiple examiners Take-home assignment, optional subject Internal with multiple examiners 2. 3: Production and Communication (the main subject) 5: Concentration Modules (the main subject) Film Production and Communication (konstituerende og obligatorisk valgfag) 15 ECTS-point HFMK03061E Film and Audiovisual Aesthetics: Theory and analysis (constituent and compulsory) HFMK03051E Oral exam, optional subject, with material and requiring active student participation External Take-home assignment, optional subject, requiring active participation External 3. 4: Audience and User Studies (the main subject) Audience and User Studies (constituent and compulsory) HFMK03071E Oral exam, optional subject, with material Internal with multiple examiners Subject elements from module 3: Cross-Media Production and Communication, Creative Media Industries and Communication or Journalism, Production and Communication from module 3, or module 6 (Academic Internship) or subject elements from module 7 (Optional Subjects) or Master's electives 4. 8: Master's Thesis (the main subject) 30 ECTS credits Master's Thesis with Concentration in Films and Audiovisual Aesthetics (constituent and compulsory) 30 ECTS credits HFMK03241E Take-home assignment, optional subject External 10

11 11f. The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies and upper secondary school concentration The Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies with upper secondary school concentration consists of the main subject, which includes modules prescribed to a total of 75 ECTS credits, incl. the thesis, as well as a Master's minor (upper secondary school elective) prescribed to 45 ECTS credits. (2) The main subject includes electives prescribed to 30 ECTS credits. (3) The Master's minor must build on the upper secondary school Bachelor's elective. (4) The programme concludes with a thesis prescribed to 30 ECTS credits. The thesis must be on a Film and Media Studies topic, and as far as possible link the main subject and the Master's minor, with the main emphasis on the main subject. (5) The expected course of study for the Master's programme with main subject in Film and Media Studies with upper secondary school concentration is depicted in the table below: Semester Module (part of the programme) Subject element (subject type) 1. Master's minor (minor) 2: Culture, Genres and Aesthetics (the main subject) Culture, Genres and Aesthetics (constituent and compulsory) HFMK03021E Take-home assignment, optional subject Internal with multiple examiners 2. 3: Production and Communication (the main subject) Master's minor (minor) or or or Cross-Media Production and Communication (constituent and compulsory elective) HFMK03031E Creative Media Industries and Communication (constituent and compulsory elective) HFMK03041E Journalism, Production and Communication (constituent and compulsory elective) HFMK03051E Film Production and Communication (constituent and compulsory elective) HFMK03061E Oral exam, optional subject, with material and requiring active student participation External Oral exam, optional subject, with material and requiring active student participation External Oral exam, optional subject, with material and requiring active student participation External Oral exam, optional subject, with material and requiring active student participation External 3. 4: Audience and User Studies (the main subject) Master's minor (minor) Audience and User Studies (constituent and compulsory) HFMK03071E Oral exam, optional subject, with material Internal with multiple examiners 4. 8: Master's Thesis (the main subject) 30 ECTS credits Master's Thesis (constituent and compulsory) 30 ECTS credits HFMK03201E Take-home assignment, optional subject External (6) For students with a upper secondary school Bachelor s elective prescribed to 60 ECTS credits, the main subject also includes the following subject element(s), prescribed to : subject element HFMK03011E Organizational and Institutional Analysis. It is recommended that this subject element is taken in either the first or the second semester. 11

12 12. The main subject's modules Module 1: Organizational and Institutional Analysis Competency objectives for the module The module will give students with: Knowledge and understanding of theories about the media's institutional conditions and development as well as their interaction with other cultural and social institutions differences between different types of media's institutional and organisational structures, including differences between mass media, network media and interpersonal media the actual structure, activity and regulation of film and media organisations in Denmark and globally the convergence and divergence industrially, technologically and culturally of film and media organisation. Skills to conduct analyses of the interaction between media, culture and society from institutional and organisational perspectives analyse specific film and media organisations, including their internal structures, working processes and external relationships analyse the organisations' communication and media strategies. Competences to reflect on the relevance of different methodologies for the analysis of media-organisational and institutional conditions put analyses of organisational conditions into a broader institutional perspective. Organizational and Institutional Analysis (constituent) Organisations- og institutionsanalyse (konstituerende) Activity code: HFMK03011E Type of instruction and work account adequately and critically for theories about the media's institutional and organisational conditions, including theories about the media's interaction with other cultural and social institutions analyse institutional and organisational aspects of the media and their interaction with culture and society evaluate and independently compare relevant methods for the analysis of the media's organisational and institutional conditions analyse organisations' media and communications strategies account for the media's institutional and organisational conditions in Denmark and globally The teaching consists of a combination of lectures, classroom instruction, student presentations and analytical exercises. The syllabus covers a total of 1,200 standard pages of social-science and humanities theory and methodology related to institutional and organisa- 12

13 tional analysis. Half of the specified literature is compulsory joint literature selected by the teacher, while the rest of the syllabus is chosen in relation to the agreed subject for the exam. No special syllabus form required. The lists are identical with the take-home assignment's bibliography, which must meet the syllabus requirements. Form of exam: Take-home assignment, optional subject, requiring active student participation. Assessment: Internal exam with multiple examiners, the 7-point grading scale. Active student participation is approved by the teacher. Extent: standard pages. The written exercise assignments must be 5-7-pages. Extent for group exams: See the following. Group exam: Both the exercise assignments and the final take-home assignment with optional subject may be done in groups. For the take-home assignment, the extent is standard pages for two participants, standard pages for three participants, and standard pages for four participants. In the case of exercise assignments, the lengthextent per assignment is 8-10 standard pages for two participants, standard pages for three partici-pants, and standard pages for four participants. Each individual s contribution must constitute a rounded unit that it is possible to identify individually and assess. The joint element must not exceed 25% of the total extent of the assignment. Exam in case of non-approved active student participation Form of exam: Take-home assignment, optional subject. Assessment: Internal exam with multiple examiners, the 7-point grading scale. Extent: standard pages. Group exam: The exam can only be taken individually. Special regulations To meet the requirement for active student participation, students must submit two compulsory written exercise assignments. If an assignment is not approved, the student concerned is given a deadline of seven days to rework it. If the reworked version is also rejected, the assignment is considered not approved. Students who have had the two exercise assignments approved meet the requirements for active student participation. As a result, they retain the right to use the above form of exam in subsequent exam registrations. Module 2: Culture, Genres and Aesthetics Competency objectives for the module The module will give the students: Knowledge and understanding of key theories about genres and aesthetics in fact, fiction and entertainment the interaction between culture, aesthetics and genres the historical development of genres. Skills to: use selected methods to analyse films and media in their cultural and aesthetic contexts analyse and discuss one or more selected genres. 13

14 Competences to reflect on the relevance of different methodologies for the analysis of media-organisational and institutional conditions put analyses of organisational conditions into a broader institutional perspective. Culture, Genres and Aesthetics (constituent) Kultur, genrer og æstetik (konstituerende) Activity code: HFMK03021E Type of instruction and work apply the subjects' methods to analyse selected films and media products in relation to their genres and cultural and historical contexts reflect independently on the applicability of various theories in order to illustrate a given analytical issue discuss, in a critical manner, the use of methodology and theory in existing analyses. The teaching consists of a combination of lectures, classroom instruction, student presentations and analytical exercises. The syllabus covers a total of 1,200 standard pages about media and genre analysis. At least 500 standard pages must be general, theoretical methodical literature spread over different media and genres, while the rest of the syllabus is chosen in relation to the agreed subject for the exam assignment. No special syllabus form required. The lists are identical with the take-home assignment's bibliography, which must meet the syllabus requirements. Form of exam: Take-home assignment, optional subject. Assessment: Internal exam with multiple examiners, the 7-point grading scale. Extent: standard pages. Extent for group exams: See the following. Group exam: The exam can be taken individually or as a group with individual assessment. For two students the assignment must be standard pages, for three standard pages, for four standard pages. Each individual s contribution must constitute a rounded unit that it is possible to identify individually and assess. The joint element must not exceed 25% of the total extent of the assignment. Module 3: Production and Communication Competency objectives for the module The module will give the student: Knowledge and understanding of the relevance of film and media-studies theories and methods to production and communication in practice the use of different media and genres in production and communication. 14

15 Skills to use the subject's theories to describe specific communication issues apply the subject's methods to draw up solutions to specific communication issues use different media and genres in practical production, concept development and/or writing manuscripts. Competences to reflect on the appropriateness to particular communication purposes of the various media products and forms of communication put given media products and forms of communication into perspective in relation to their social, cultural and aesthetic contexts. Cross-Media Production and Communication (constituent elective; constituent for the concentration in Cross-media Communication) Tværmedial produktion og formidling (konstituerende valgfag; konstituerende ved profil i Tværmedial kommunikation) Activity code: HFMK03031E Type of instruction and work apply the subject's theories and methods to the planning of cross-media communication draw up a communication plan using several different media and genres draw up a set of media products for communication via multiple media evaluate an example of communications in relation to the selected media and genres as well as their position in the overall media environment. Combinations of lectures, classroom instruction, student presentations and exercises. The syllabus covers a total of 900 standard pages of literature and three media products relevant to the exam. At least 450 standard pages must be general, theoretical and analytical literature about communications, while the rest of the specified literature is associated with the communications products, the three media products and the specific exam subjects. lists must be approved by the examiner. Form of exam: Oral exam, optional subject, with material and requiring active student participation. Assessment: External exam, the 7-point scale. The material (communications products and report) is weighted as 50% of the assessment. Active student participation is approved by the teacher. Extent: The oral exam lasts a total of 30 minutes, of which max. 10 minutes are devoted to the examinee's presentation, min. 15 minutes to dialogue between the internal examiner and the student, and five minutes to deliberation by the internal and external examiners. Extent for group exams: See the following. Material: The material consists of three communications products mentioned in the special regulations and a 5-7-page report, which presents a theoretical and analytical account of these products. The report must also refer to the media products listed in the syllabus. If one or more of communications products are oral, it is the written version that is used as material for the exam. Exam aids: Students are allowed to take the submitted material into the 15

16 exam. They are also allowed to take along a written synopsis for the oral presentation, which must be max. one standard page and does not have to be submitted in advance. A copy of any such synopsis must be submitted at the start of the exam to both the internal examiner and the external examiner. Other exam aids are not permitted. Group exam: The exam can be taken individually or as a group with individual assessment. The extent of group exams depends on the number of participants. For two participants it lasts 40 minutes + 5 minutes for the internal and external examiner to deliberate, for three participants it is 50 minutes + 10 minutes for deliberation, for four and five participants it is 65 minutes + 10 minutes deliberation. In group exams, each individual participant has 10 minutes for presentation, after which there is a 5 minute dialogue between the participant and the examinator. This is followed by a dialogue between the examinator and the whole group. The requirements placed on the extent of materials is the same regardless of whether it is an individual or group exams. Special regulations To meet the requirement for active student participation, students must produce two small and one large communications products. These may take the form of oral, written and/or audiovisual presentations, delivered in class that deal with various aspects of the planning of cross-media communication. If a communications product is oral, a written version of the presentation must also be submitted to the teacher. Students who have had the three communications products approved meet the requirements for active student participation. As a result, they retain the right to use the above form of exam in subsequent exam registrations. Students who have not taken the BA in Film and Media Studies at the University of Copenhagen and have not taken an introductory course in the use of the department s AV equipment are not permitted to use the department s AV facilities. Creative Media Industries and Communication (constituent elective; constituent for the concentration in Creative Media Industries) Kreative medieindustrier, produktion og formidling (konstituerende valgfag; konstituerende ved profil i Kreative medieindustrier) Activity code: HFMK03041E Type of instruction and work apply the subject's theories and methods to the planning of creative production processes draw up a production plan for collaboration between various professional groups in a creative process produce specific media products and other materials as part of a creative production process evaluate a creative production process in relation to the media and genres used. Combinations of lectures, classroom instruction, student presentations and exercises. The syllabus covers a total of 900 standard pages of literature and three media products relevant to the exam. At least 450 standard pages must be general, theoretical and analytical literature about communications, while 16

17 the rest of the specified literature is associated with the communications products, the three media products and the specific exam subjects. lists must be approved by the examiner. Special regulations Form of exam: Oral exam, optional subject, with material and requiring active student participation. Assessment: External exam, the 7-point scale. The material (communications products and report) is weighted as 50% of the assessment. Active student participation is approved by the teacher. Extent: The oral exam lasts a total of 30 minutes, of which max. 10 minutes are devoted to the examinee's presentation, min. 15 minutes to dialogue between the internal examiner and the student, and five minutes to deliberation by the internal and external examiners. Extent for group exams: See below. The same requirements are placed on the extent of the materials regardless of whether it is an individual or group exam. Material: The material consists of the three communications products mentioned in the special regulations and a 5-7-page report, which presents a theoretical and analytical account of these products. The report must also refer to the media products listed in the syl-labus. If one or more of communications products are oral, it is the written version that is used as material for the exam. Exam aids: Students are allowed to take the submitted material into the exam. They are also allowed to take along a written synopsis for the oral presentation, which must be max. one standard page and does not have to be submitted in advance. A copy of any such synopsis must be submitted at the start of the exam to both the internal examiner and the external examiner. Other exam aids are not permitted. Group exam: The exam can be taken individually or as a group with individual assessment. The extent of group exams depends on the number of participants. For two participants it lasts 40 minutes + 5 minutes for the internal and external examiner to deliberate, for three participants it is 50 minutes + 10 minutes for deliberation, for four and five participants it is 65 minutes + 10 minutes deliberation. In group exams, each individual participant has 10 minutes for presentation, after which there is a 5 minute dialogue between the participant and the examinator. This is followed by a dialogue between the examinator and the whole group. The same requirements are placed on the extent of the materials regardless of whether it is an individual or group exam. To meet the requirement for active student participation, students must produce two small and one large communications products. These may take the form of oral, written and/or audiovisual presentations, delivered in class, that deal with various aspects of the planning of a creative production process. If a communications product is oral, a written version of the presentation must also be submitted to the teacher. Students who have had the three communications products approved meet the require-ments for active student participation. As a result, they retain the right to use the above form of ex-am in subsequent exam registrations. Students who have not taken the BA in Film and Media Studies at the University of Copenhagen and have not taken an introductory course in the use of the department s AV equipment are not permitted to use the department s AV facilities. 17

18 Journalism, Production and Communication (constituent elective; constituent for the concentration in Journalism, Culture and Society) Journalistisk produktion og formidling (konstituerende valgfag; konstituerende ved profil i Journalistisk produktion og formidling) Activity code: HFMK03051E Type of instruction and work apply the subject's theories and methods to the planning of journalistic communications in a particular institutional context produce specific media products and other materials as part of a series of journalistic communications evaluate journalistic activities in relation to the media and genres used. Combinations of lectures, classroom instruction, student presentations and exercises. The syllabus covers a total of 900 standard pages of literature and three media products relevant to the exam. At least 450 standard pages must be general, theoretical and analytical literature about communications, while the rest of the specified literature is associated with the communications products, the three media products and the specific exam subjects. lists must be approved by the examiner. Form of exam: Oral exam, optional subject, with material and requiring active student participation. Assessment: External exam, the 7-point scale. The material (communications products and report) is weighted as 50% of the assessment. Active student participation is approved by the teacher. Extent: The oral exam lasts a total of 30 minutes, of which max. 10 minutes are devoted to the examinee's presentation, min. 15 minutes to dialogue between the internal examiner and the student, and five minutes to deliberation by the internal and external examiners. Extent for group exams: See below. The same requirements are placed on the extent of the materials regardless of whether it is an individual or group exam. Material: The material consists of the three communications products mentioned in the special regulations and a 5-7-page report, which presents a theoretical and analytical account of these products. The report must also refer to the media products listed in the syllabus. If one or more of communications products are oral, it is the written version that is used as material for the exam. Exam aids: Students are allowed to take the submitted material into the examination. They are also allowed to take along a written synopsis for the oral presentation, which must be max. one standard page and does not have to be submitted in advance. A copy of any such synopsis must be submitted at the start of the examination to both the internal examiner and the external examiner. Other exam aids are not permitted. Group exam: Students are allowed to take the submitted material into the exam. They are also allowed to take along a written synopsis for the oral presentation, which must be max. one standard page and does not have to be submitted in advance. A copy of any such synopsis must be submitted at the start of the exam to both the internal examiner and the external examiner. Other exam aids are not permitted. In group exams, each individual participant has 10 minutes for presentation, after which there is a 5 minute dialogue between the participant and the examinator. This is followed by a dialogue between the examinator and the whole group. 18

19 Special regulations To meet the requirement for active student participation, students must produce two small and one large communications products. These may take the form of oral, written and/or audiovisual presentations, delivered in class, that deal with various aspects of the planning of journalistic communication. If a communications product is oral, a written version of the presentation must also be submitted to the teacher. Students who have had the three communications products approved meet the require-ments for active student participation. As a result, they retain the right to use the above form of ex-am in subsequent exam registrations. Students who have not taken the BA in Film and Media Studies at the University of Copenhagen and have not taken an introductory course in the use of the department s AV equipment are not permitted to use the department s AV facilities. Film Production and Communication (constituent elective; constituent for the concentration in Fim and Audiovisual Aestheticts) Filmproduktion og formidling (konstituerende valgfag; konstituerende ved profil i Film og audiovisuel æstetik) Activity code: HFMK03061E Type of instruction and work apply the subject's theories and methods to the conceptualisation of audiovisual works draw up a production plan for an audiovisual work in a particular genre produce tangible audiovisual works evaluate audiovisual works in relation to aesthetic and communicative criteria. Combinations of lectures, classroom instruction, student presentations and exercises. The syllabus covers a total of 900 standard pages of literature and three media products relevant to the exam. At least 450 standard pages must be general, theoretical and analytical literature about communications, while the rest of the specified literature is associated with the communications products, the three media products and the specific exam subjects. lists must be approved by the examiner. Form of exam: Oral exam, optional subject, with material and requiring active student participation. Assessment: External exam, the 7-point scale. The material (production and report) is weighted as 50% of the assessment. Active student participation is approved by the teacher. Extent: The oral exam lasts a total of 30 minutes, of which max. 10 minutes are devoted to the examinee's presentation, min. 15 minutes to dialogue between the internal examiner and the student, and five minutes to deliberation by the internal and external examiners. Extent for group exams: See the following. Material: The material consists of the large audiovisual production mentioned in the special regulations or manuscript and a 5-7-page report that presents a theoretical and analytical account of the production/manuscript. The report must also refer to the media products listed in the syllabus. 19

20 Exam aids: Students are allowed to take the submitted material into the exam. They are also allowed to take along a written synopsis for the oral presentation, which must be max. one standard page and does not have to be submitted in advance. A copy of any such synopsis must be submitted at the start of the exam to both the internal examiner and the external examiner. Other exam aids are not permitted. Group exam: The exam can be taken individually or as a group with individual assessment. The extent of group exams depends on the number of participants. For two participants it lasts 40 minutes + 5 minutes for the internal and external examiner to deliberate, for three participants it is 50 minutes + 10 minutes for deliberation, for four and five participants it is 65 minutes + 10 minutes deliberation. In group exams, each individual participant has 10 minutes for presentation, after which there is a 5 minute dialogue between the participant and the examinator. This is followed by a dialogue between the examinator and the whole group. The same requirements are placed on the extent of the materials regardless of whether it is an individual or group exam. Special regulations To meet the requirement for active student participation, students must produce three audiovisual productions and/or manuscripts during the semester (two small and one large). Student who have submitted the three productions, and had them approved, meet the requirements for active student participation. As a result, they retain the right to use the above form of exam in a subsequent exam registrations. Students who have had the three communications products approved meet the requirements for active student participation. As a result, they retain the right to use the above form of exam in subsequent exam registrations. Students who have not taken the BA in Film and Media Studies at the University of Copenhagen and have not taken an introductory course in the use of the department s AV equipment are not permitted to use the department s AV facilities. Module 4: Audience and User Studies Competency objectives for the module The module will give the student: Knowledge and understanding of key theories about effects and forms of usage in relation to different types of media audiovisual media's aesthetics and audience conditions in a psychological, cultural and/or social perspective the use and reception of both mass media (including film and television) and network media in a cross-media culture the differences and similarities between selected theoretical and methodological traditions in user and audience analyses. Skills to plan and conduct an empirical study of a medium, a genre, a media product or user context from an audience and user perspective describe and put into perspective the strengths and weaknesses of different types of qualitative and quantitative methodology. 20

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