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1 Academic Regulations for THE MASTER'S DEGREE IN INFORMATION STUDIES THE FACULTY OF HUMANITIES THE UNIVERSITY OF AARHUS 2007 Revised June 2009

2 1. Framework Provisions Title Prepared by The Master s degree programme in Information Studies The Board of Studies for Information and Media Studies Effective date The regulations took effect on Standard credits 120 ECTS Version 2009 The Master s degree in Information Studies gives the right to use the title Master of Science in Information Technology. The aim of the degree The aim of a Master s degree is to: 1. Expand the student s academic knowledge and abilities, and increase his/her theoretical and methodological qualifications as well as the level of independence compared with the Bachelor s degree level; 2. Give the student in-depth academic knowledge by teaching advanced components in the disciplines and methodologies of the subject area(s), including training in scientific work and methodology. This training strengthens the student s ability to master more specialised functions in the business community and to participate in scientific development work; 3. Provide the student with the necessary qualifications for further studies such as the PhD degree programme, cf. the executive order on the PhD degree programme and the PhD degree (the PhD Executive Order). Academic skills and qualifications Qualifications: A central aspect of the degree programme is the role information technology plays in three main areas: the historical/societal, the data processing and the communication perspectives, as well as the context to which information and technology pertains. Over the course of the programme, the student should acquire advanced qualifications in the form of knowledge, understanding and skills in at least two of the following areas: Corporation, organisation and society; Communication, education and learning; Design and programming. 2

3 Skills: Over the course of the programme, the student develops his/her academic competences to an advanced level and acquires a range of the following skills: The ability to analyse and assess the potential and consequences of information technology in a corporate, societal and everydaylife perspective, presently as well as historically; The ability to plan and take part in conducting organisational processes of change through the application of IT, including changed work procedures etc.; The ability to communicate to IT staff as well as non-technical staff about the application of IT within the organisation, including being a sparring partner to the management; The ability to develop and analyse information technology based on communicative principles; The ability to develop new products based on information technology and contemplate them in relation to a concrete user situation and organisation; The ability to work in a project-oriented manner, including preparing project work and emphasising the application of resources; The ability to conduct problem-related tasks, i.e. to identify, delimit and contemplate a subject-specific problem; The ability to communicate a professional issue in writing and speech. Authority Admission Requirements and Prerequisites The Education Executive Order, order no. 338 of 6 May 2004 regarding Bachelor s and Master s degree programmes at universities, VTU, see The admission requirement for acceptance to the Master s degree in Information Studies is a pass in a Bachelor s degree. The following applies to Line A: The admission requirement is a pass in a Bachelor's degree with a major in Information Studies or a Bachelor's degree with a different major and Information Studies, IT and organisations as optional subject. The following applies to Line B: Students with a Bachelor s degree in Information Studies or other similar 3

4 degrees are not admitted. Likewise, are students not admitted if they have passed the supplementary subject programme in Information Studies, IT and organisations or similar subjects. Students with a Bachelor s degree in Computer Science or other similar degrees are not admitted. This degree gives access to: Transitional regulations The Master s degree in Information Studies gives access to the PhD degree programme in accordance with current regulations. Transfer takes place by individual application to the Board of Studies Line A 2. Structure of the Programme Module Examination title ECTS Term Assessm ent Specialisation Enterprise, Organisation and Society; Specialisation in Information Science Enterprise, Organisation and Society; Specialisation Design and Programming. Specialisation Communication, Education and Learning; Enterprise, Organisation and Society 1 Enterprise, Organisation and Society 2 Enterprise, Organisation and Society 3 Marking term Marked External examination with external co-examiner term Marked External examination with external co-examiner term Marked External examination with external co-examiner term term term Marked Marked Pass/fail Internal examination with internal co-examiner Internal examination with internal co-examiner Internal exam without coexaminer Subject type Fundamental Fundamental Fundamental Fundamental Fundamental Fundamental Internship 1/Enterprise, Organisation and Society term Pass/fail Internal exam without co-examiner Fundamental 4

5 Design and Programming. Communicatio n, Education and Learning Design and Programming term Design and Programming term Design and Programming term Internship 1/Design and Programming Communication, Education and Learning term term Marked Marked Pass/fail Pass/fail Marked Internal examination with internal co-examiner Internal examination with internal co-examiner Internal exam without coexaminer Internal exam without co-examiner Internal examination with internal co-examiner Fundamental Fundamental Fundamental Fundamental Fundamental Communication, Education and Learning 2 Communication, Education and Learning term term Marked Pass/fail Internal examination with internal co-examiner Internal exam without coexaminer Fundamental Fundamental Internship 1/Communication, Education and Learning term Pass/fail Internal exam without co-examiner Fundamental Electives/Inter nship Elective Subject term Marked Internal examination with internal co-examiner Elective Elective Subject term Elective Subject term Elective Subject term Internship term Internship term Marked Pass/fail Pass/fail Marked Marked Internal examination with internal co-examiner Internal exam without coexaminer Internal exam without coexaminer Internal examination with internal co-examiner Internal examination with internal co-examiner Thesis Thesis term Marked External examination with external co-examiner Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Fundamental and compulsory 5

6 2.1. Guidelines for Academic Progress The student chooses one of the following specialisations: - Enterprise, Organisation and Society - Design and Programming - Communication, Education and Learning 6

7 For the specialisation in Enterprise, Organisation and Society the following regulations apply: - The discipline Specialisation: Enterprise, Organisation and Society is fundamental - The student chooses a minimum of 20 ECTS within the module Enterprise, Organisation and Society. Internship 1 (10 ECTS) is not included. - The thesis is produced within a subject area related to the specialisation in Enterprise, Organisation and Society. For the specialisation in Design and Programming the following regulations apply: - The discipline Specialisation: Design and Programming is fundamental - The student chooses a minimum of 20 ECTS within the module Design and Programming. Internship 1 (10 ECTS) is not included. - The thesis is produced within a subject area related to the specialisation in Design and Programming. For the specialisation in Communication, Education and Learning the following regulations apply: - The discipline Specialisation: Communication, Education and Learning is fundamental - The student chooses a minimum of 20 ECTS within the module Communication, Education and Learning. Internship 1 (10 ECTS) is not included. - The thesis is produced within a subject area related to the specialisation in Communication, Education and Learning. General guidelines - The student can obtain a maximum of 30 ECTS credits from the Electives/Internship module. - The student can only complete an internship once during the Master s degree programme (Internship 1, Internship 2, Internship 3). - The student cannot submit the MA thesis until he/she has passed all other exams in the programme. - The student may sit for the other examinations in an independent order and choose independently between subject offered by Information Studies within the modules Enterprise, Organisation and Society, Design and Programming as well as Communication, Education and Learning. 7

8 2.2. Module description Course title Aim (qualifications and skills) Courses included Specialisation in Information Science Upon completion of the programme, the student will have knowledge, understanding and skills in the following areas: Insight into the area of the specialisation subject and its key issues Insight into relevant methodology within the area of the specialisation subject A broad theoretical and analytical knowledge in relation to the area of the specialisation subject Skills in analysing cases within the area of the specialisation subject The ability to carry out theoretically based analysis within the area of the specialisation subject The ability to contemplate the strengths, weaknesses and applicability of various theories and approaches within the area of the specialisation subject Upon completion of the programme, the student will have the following academic and social skills: The ability to explain the advantages and disadvantages of various theories and approaches. The ability to apply knowledge within the specialisation subject in relation to technology, players, organisation and society The ability to apply methodology, approaches and theories in analytical or construction-related processes Specialisation Enterprise, Organisation and Society; Specialisation Design and Programming. Specialisation Communication, Education and Learning Course title Aim (qualifications and skills) Enterprise, Organisation and Society; Upon completion of the programme, the student will have knowledge, understanding and skills in the following areas: Comprehensive insight into a field within Enterprise, Organisation and society and the central issues thereof Insight into relevant methodologies and approaches insight into relevant theory In-depth theoretical insight and analytical skills within the field 8

9 The ability to carry out theoretically based analysis within the field The ability to contemplate the strengths, weaknesses and applicability of various theories and approaches within the field Upon completion of the programme, the student will have the following academic and social skills: The ability to assess the advantages and disadvantages of various theories and approaches. The ability to apply knowledge within the field in relation to technology, players, organisation and society The ability to apply methodologies, approaches or theory in analytical or construction-related processes in relation to the field The ability to relate own collected data and experience to the issues and theories of the field Courses included Enterprise, Organisation and Society 1 Enterprise, Organisation and Society 2 Enterprise, Organisation and Society 3 Internship 1/Enterprise, Organisation and Society Course title Aim (qualifications and skills) Design and Programming. Upon completion of the programme, the student will have knowledge, understanding and skills in the following areas: Comprehensive insight into a field within Design and Programming and the central issues thereof Insight into relevant methodologies and approaches insight into relevant theory In-depth theoretical insight and analytical skills within the field The ability to carry out theoretically based analysis within the field The ability to contemplate the strengths, weaknesses and applicability of various theories and approaches within the field Upon completion of the programme, the student will have the following academic and social skills: The ability to assess the advantages and disadvantages of various theories and approaches. The ability to apply knowledge within the field in relation to technology, players, organisation and society The ability to apply methodologies, approaches or theory in analytical or construction-related processes in relation to the field The ability to relate own collected data and experience to the issues and theories of the field 9

10 Courses included Design and Programming 1 Design and Programming 2 Design and Programming 3 Internship 1/Design and Programming Course title Aim (qualifications and skills) Communication, Education and Learning Upon completion of the programme, the student will have knowledge, understanding and skills in the following areas: Comprehensive insight into a field within Communication, Education and Learning and the central issues thereof Insight into relevant methodologies and approaches insight into relevant theory In-depth theoretical insight and analytical skills within the field The ability to carry out theoretically based analysis within the field The ability to contemplate the strengths, weaknesses and applicability of various theories and approaches within the field Upon completion of the programme, the student will have the following academic and social skills: The ability to assess the advantages and disadvantages of various theories and approaches. The ability to apply knowledge within the field in relation to technology, players, organisation and society. The ability to apply methodologies, approaches or theory in analytical or construction-related processes in relation to the field The ability to relate own collected data and experience to the issues and theories of the field Courses included Communication, Education and Learning 1 Communication, Education and Learning 2 Communication, Education and Learning 3 Internship 1/Communication, Education and Learning Course title Aim (qualifications and skills) Elective The elective module provides the students with an opportunity to shape their Master s degree in a specific academic direction including incorporating other subject areas and thus adding to their individual skills profile. The module provides students with an opportunity to achieve the following academic skills: - The ability to consider the approaches of various subject areas to academic issues and to further develop the student s own academic profile using methodologies, theories and analytical tools from other 10

11 subject areas; - The ability to apply knowledge from different fields when solving subject-related problems and thereby acquiring new understanding and possibilities for action within a given subject area. - The ability to illustrate a subject from several different academic perspectives and to consider the significance of the perspective for the demarcation of the subject and the knowledge produced; - The ability to enter into interdisciplinary collaboration with people with different education and skills profiles, and to bring academic knowledge from one area into interaction with knowledge from other academic areas. The following regulations apply to the internship disciplines: The student must obtain qualifications in the form of knowledge, understanding and skills within the following areas: - The ability to apply academic skills in a concrete labour market context. - Insight into how a workplace works as well as what is expected from Masters of Art. Through his/her academic coursework, the student will acquire the following academic and social skills: - The ability to work independently in a practice-oriented manner and to apply academic knowledge, methodologies and skills in solving specific tasks for a company; - The ability to argue in favour of choices of theories in order to explain tasks in a practical context - The ability to develop and put into perspective academic competences in the work with tangible, practical tasks; - The ability to reflect on the relevance of academic competences in a business context - The ability to argue for the ways in which they can contribute to the solution of tangible tasks in an organisation. - The ability to bring own knowledge into interaction with the knowledge of others as well as with the working conditions of an organisation. - The ability to implement practical ideas for initiatives with a commercial value; - The ability to structure experience through the means of relevant theory and thereby expanding own skills - The ability to plan and structure tasks appropriately within limited time and resources, including keeping deadlines and performing efficiently - The ability to collaborate with individuals from different educational backgrounds in order to meet the objective of a project; - The ability to collaborate in small and large teams on projects of short or long term duration. 11

12 Courses included: Elective 1 Elective 2 Elective 3 Elective 4 Internship 2 Internship 3 Course title Aim (qualifications and skills) Thesis The student must obtain qualifications in the form of knowledge, understanding and skills within the following areas: - The ability to independently carry out an in-depth analysis, assessment and discussion of a complex topic within Information Science - normally based on independent work in the form of empirical studies or the design an production of an artefact. - In-depth knowledge of the literature relevant to the subject in order to subsequently be able to analyse and assess key theories, issues and debates in the work with the student s own project - Extensive knowledge about and proficiency in communication of a product of high empirical and theoretical complexity in an academic context. Through his/her academic coursework, the student will acquire the following academic and social skills: - The ability to apply academic methodology and theory in the work with a specific, limited issue with Information Science at a high academic level - The ability to make a critical choice of methodology and theoretical basis. - The ability to work in a project-oriented manner, including The ability to plan and conduct the project work whilst giving due consideration to time and other resources; Courses included Thesis 2.3. Examinations included in the degree programme Course title Specialisation Enterprise, Organisation and Society; The aim of the discipline is to provide the student with an introduction to and with insight into key theories and specific subject areas within Enterprise, Organisation and Society. 12

13 Methods of teaching - Has insight into the key parts of the specific areas of the subject as well as its theories and methodologies. - Is able to apply and communicate reflections on the application of theories and methodologies to the subject area. The instruction is a combination of lectures, presentations by students and instructor, group and project work, seminars and workshops. The exact combination will vary from course to course. The exam is a written exam, and there are two different exam methods: Subject to active, regular and satisfactory participation in the teaching (75% attendance), the exam consists of a written assignment on a topic of own choice. The assignment can be completed together with other students but individual assessment of all sections of the assignment, except for the formulated problem and the conclusion, must be possible. If the student has submitted compulsory assignments during the course, or a product is submitted as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Written assignment on a topic of own choice. Scope: pages. b) Students who do not participate in the teaching complete a set written assignment. If the student submits a product as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Set written assignment. Scope: pages. Duration: Four weeks. Course title Specialisation Design and Programming. The aim of the discipline is to provide the student with an introduction to and insight into key theories and specific subject areas within Design and Programming. 13

14 Methods of teaching - Has insight into the key parts of the specific areas of the subject as well as its theories and methodologies. - Is able to apply and communicate reflections on the application of theories and methodologies to the subject area. The instruction is a combination of lectures, presentations by students and instructor, group and project work, seminars and workshops. The exact combination will vary from course to course. The exam is a written exam, and there are two different exam methods: Subject to active, regular and satisfactory participation in the teaching (75% attendance), the exam consists of a written assignment on a topic of own choice. The assignment can be completed together with other students but individual assessment of all sections of the assignment, except for the formulated problem and the conclusion, must be possible. If the student has submitted compulsory assignments during the course, or a product is submitted as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Written assignment on a topic of own choice. Scope: pages. Evaluation and assessment: External marking, 7-point scale Weighting: 20 ECTS credits. b) Students who do not participate in the teaching complete a set written assignment. If the student submits a product as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Set written assignment. Scope: pages. Duration: Four weeks. Course title Specialisation Communication, Education and Learning The aim of the discipline is to provide the student with an introduction to and with insight into with insight into key theories and specific subject areas within Communication, Education and Learning 14

15 Methods of teaching - Has insight into the key parts of the specific areas of the subject as well as its theories and methodologies. - Is able to apply and communicate reflections on the application of theories and methodologies to the subject area. The instruction is a combination of lectures, presentations by students and instructor, group and project work, seminars and workshops. The exact combination will vary from course to course. The exam is a written exam, and there are two different exam methods: Subject to active, regular and satisfactory participation in the teaching (75% attendance), the exam consists of a written assignment on a topic of own choice. The assignment can be completed together with other students but individual assessment of all sections of the assignment, except for the formulated problem and the conclusion, must be possible. If the student has submitted compulsory assignments during the course, or a product is submitted as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Written assignment on a topic of own choice. Scope: pages. Evaluation and assessment: External marking, 7-point scale Weighting: 20 ECTS b) Students who do not participate in the teaching complete a set written assignment. If the student submits a product as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Set written assignment. Scope: pages. Duration: Four weeks. Course title Enterprise, Organisation and Society 1 The aim of the discipline is to provide the student with an introduction to and with insight into key theories and specific subject areas within 15

16 Enterprise, Organisation and Society. Methods of teaching - Has insight into the key parts of the specific areas of the subject as well as its theories and methodologies. - Is able to apply and communicate reflections on the application of theories and methodologies to the subject area. The instruction is a combination of lectures, presentations by students and instructor, group and project work, seminars and workshops. The exact combination will vary from course to course. The exam is a written exam, and there are two different exam methods: Subject to active, regular and satisfactory participation in the teaching (75% attendance), the exam consists of a written assignment on a topic of own choice. The assignment can be completed together with other students but individual assessment of all sections of the assignment, except for the formulated problem and the conclusion, must be possible. If the student has submitted compulsory assignments during the course, or a product is submitted as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Written assignment on a topic of own choice. Scope: pages. Evaluation and assessment: Internal marking, 7-point scale Weighting: 10 ECTS b) Students who do not participate in the teaching complete a set written assignment. If the student submits a product as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Set written assignment. Scope: pages. Duration: Four weeks. Course title Enterprise, Organisation and Society 2 The aim of the discipline is to provide the student with an introduction to and with insight into key theories and specific subject areas within 16

17 Methods of teaching Enterprise, Organisation and Society. - Has insight into the key parts of the specific areas of the subject as well as its theories and methodologies. - Is able to apply and communicate reflections on the application of theories and methodologies to the subject area. The instruction is a combination of lectures, presentations by students and instructor, group and project work, seminars and workshops. The exact combination will vary from course to course. The exam is a written exam, and there are two different exam methods: Subject to active, regular and satisfactory participation in the teaching (75% attendance), the exam consists of a written assignment on a topic of own choice. The assignment can be completed together with other students but individual assessment of all sections of the assignment, except for the formulated problem and the conclusion, must be possible. If the student has submitted compulsory assignments during the course, or a product is submitted as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Written assignment on a topic of own choice. Scope: pages. Evaluation and assessment: Internal marking, 7-point scale Weighting: 20 ECTS b) Students who do not participate in the teaching complete a set written assignment. If the student submits a product as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Set written assignment. Scope: pages. Duration: Four weeks. Course title Enterprise, Organisation and Society 3 The aim of the discipline is to provide the student with an introduction to and with insight into key theories and specific subject areas within 17

18 Methods of teaching Enterprise, Organisation and Society. - Has insight into the key parts of the specific areas of the subject as well as its theories and methodologies. - Is able to apply and communicate reflections on the application of theories and methodologies to the subject area. The instruction is a combination of lectures, presentations by students and instructor, group and project work, seminars and workshops. The exact combination will vary from course to course. The exam is a written exam, and there are two different exam methods: Subject to active, regular and satisfactory participation in the teaching (75% attendance), the exam consists of a written assignment on a topic of own choice. The assignment can be completed together with other students but individual assessment of all sections of the assignment, except for the formulated problem and the conclusion, must be possible. If the student has submitted compulsory assignments during the course, or a product is submitted as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Written assignment on a topic of own choice. Scope: pages. Evaluation and assessment: Internal, no marking, Pass/Fail. Weighting: 10 ECTS b) Students who do not participate in the teaching complete a set written assignment. If the student submits a product as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Set written assignment. Duration: Four weeks. Scope: pages. Course title Internship 1/Enterprise, Organisation and Society The aim of the discipline is to include a short internship with an organisation in the course with relevance to the key topics and issues within the field of Enterprise, Organisation and Society. The student must contemplate his/her internship and thereby apply his/her experience to these topics and 18

19 issues. The student is allocated a supervisor who normally also acts as an examiner. Methods of teaching - Is able to contemplate his/her internship - Is able to analyse the organisation involved and own role in a context of information science. - Is able to apply topics and issues in Enterprise, Organisation and Society to his/her internship The internship must comply with the guidelines laid down by the Board of Studies. The exam is a written assignment on a topic of own choice. Method of evaluation: Individual written examination. Scope: pages. Evaluation and assessment: Pass/fail, marked only by examiner. Weighting: 10 ECTS Course title Design and Programming 1 Methods of teaching The aim of the discipline is to provide the student with an introduction to and with insight into key theories and specific subject areas within Design and Programming. - Has insight into the key parts of the specific areas of the subject as well as its theories and methodologies. - Is able to apply and communicate reflections on the application of theories and methodologies to the subject area. The instruction is a combination of lectures, presentations by students and instructor, group and project work, seminars and workshops. The exact combination will vary from course to course. The exam is a written exam, and there are two different exam methods: Subject to active, regular and satisfactory participation in the teaching (75% attendance), the exam consists of a written assignment on a topic of own choice. The assignment can be completed together with other students but 19

20 individual assessment of all sections of the assignment, except for the formulated problem and the conclusion, must be possible. If the student has submitted compulsory assignments during the course, or a product is submitted as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Written assignment on a topic of own choice. Scope: pages. Evaluation and assessment: External, 7-point scale Weighting: 10 ECTS b) Students who do not participate in the teaching complete a set written assignment. If the student submits a product as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Set written assignment. Scope: pages. Duration: Four weeks. Course title Design and Programming 2 Methods of teaching The aim of the discipline is to provide the student with an introduction to and with insight into key theories and specific subject areas within Design and Programming. - Has insight into the key parts of the specific areas of the subject as well as its theories and methodologies. - Is able to apply and communicate reflections on the application of theories and methodologies to the subject area. The instruction is a combination of lectures, presentations by students and instructor, group and project work, seminars and workshops. The exact combination will vary from course to course. The exam is a written exam, and there are two different exam methods: Subject to active, regular and satisfactory participation in the teaching (75% attendance), the exam consists of a written assignment on a topic of own choice. The assignment can be completed together with other students but individual assessment of all sections of the assignment, except for the 20

21 formulated problem and the conclusion, must be possible. If the student has submitted compulsory assignments during the course, or a product is submitted as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Written assignment on a topic of own choice. Scope: pages. Evaluation and assessment: External, 7-point scale Weighting: 20 ECTS b) Students who do not participate in the teaching complete a set written assignment. If the student submits a product as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Set written assignment. Scope: pages. Duration: Four weeks. Course title Design and Programming 3 Methods of teaching The aim of the discipline is to provide the student with an introduction to and with insight into key theories and specific subject areas within Design and Programming. - Has insight into the key parts of the specific areas of the subject as well as its theories and methodologies. - Is able to apply and communicate reflections on the application of theories and methodologies to the subject area. The instruction is a combination of lectures, presentations by students and instructor, group and project work, seminars and workshops. The exact combination will vary from course to course. The exam is a written exam, and there are two different exam methods: Subject to active, regular and satisfactory participation in the teaching (75% attendance), the exam consists of a written assignment on a topic of own choice. The assignment can be completed together with other students but individual assessment of all sections of the assignment, except for the formulated problem and the conclusion, must be possible. 21

22 If the student has submitted compulsory assignments during the course, or a product is submitted as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Written assignment on a topic of own choice. Scope: pages. Evaluation and assessment: Pass/fail, marked only by examiner. Weighting: 10 ECTS b) Students who do not participate in the teaching complete a set written assignment. If the student submits a product as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Set written assignment. Scope: pages. Duration: Four weeks. Course title Methods of teaching Internship 1/Design and Programming The aim of the discipline is to include a short internship with an organisation in the course with relevance to the key topics and issues within the field of Design and Programming. The student must contemplate his/her internship and thereby apply his/her experience to these topics and issues. The student is allocated a supervisor who normally also acts as an examiner. - Is able to contemplate his/her internship - Is able to analyse the organisation involved and own role in a context of information science. - Is able to apply topics and issues in Design and Programming to his/her internship The internship must comply with the guidelines laid down by the Board of Studies. The exam is a written assignment on a topic of own choice. Method of evaluation: Individual written examination. Scope: pages. Evaluation and assessment: Pass/fail, marked only by examiner. 22

23 Weighting: 10 ECTS Course title Communication, Education and Learning 1 Methods of teaching The aim of the discipline is to provide the student with an introduction to and with insight into key theories and specific subject areas within Communication, Education and Learning. - Has insight into the key parts of the specific areas of the subject as well as its theories and methodologies. - Is able to apply and communicate reflections on the application of theories and methodologies to the subject area. The instruction is a combination of lectures, presentations by students and instructor, group and project work, seminars and workshops. The exact combination will vary from course to course. The exam is a written exam, and there are two different exam methods: Subject to active, regular and satisfactory participation in the teaching (75% attendance), the exam consists of a written assignment on a topic of own choice. The assignment can be completed together with other students but individual assessment of all sections of the assignment, except for the formulated problem and the conclusion, must be possible. If the student has submitted compulsory assignments during the course, or a product is submitted as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Written assignment on a topic of own choice. Scope: pages. Evaluation and assessment: External, 7-point scale Weighting: 10 ECTS b) Students who do not participate in the teaching complete a set written assignment. If the student submits a product as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope 23

24 Method of evaluation: Set written assignment. Scope: pages. Duration: Four weeks. Course title Communication, Education and Learning 2 Methods of teaching The aim of the discipline is to provide the student with an introduction to and with insight into key theories and specific subject areas within Communication, Education and Learning. - Has insight into the key parts of the specific areas of the subject as well as its theories and methodologies. - Is able to apply and communicate reflections on the application of theories and methodologies to the subject area. The instruction is a combination of lectures, presentations by students and instructor, group and project work, seminars and workshops. The exact combination will vary from course to course. The exam is a written exam, and there are two different exam methods: Subject to active, regular and satisfactory participation in the teaching (75% attendance), the exam consists of a written assignment on a topic of own choice. The assignment can be completed together with other students but individual assessment of all sections of the assignment, except for the formulated problem and the conclusion, must be possible. If the student has submitted compulsory assignments during the course, or a product is submitted as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Written assignment on a topic of own choice. Scope: pages. Evaluation and assessment: Internal, 7-point scale Weighting: 10 ECTS b) Students who do not participate in the teaching complete a set written assignment. If the student submits a product as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Set written assignment. 24

25 Scope: pages. Duration: Four weeks. Course title Communication, Education and Learning 3 Methods of teaching The aim of the discipline is to provide the student with an introduction to and with insight into key theories and specific subject areas within Communication, Education and Learning. - Has insight into the key parts of the specific areas of the subject as well as its theories and methodologies. - Is able to apply and communicate reflections on the application of theories and methodologies to the subject area. The instruction is a combination of lectures, presentations by students and instructor, group and project work, seminars and workshops. The exact combination will vary from course to course. The exam is a written exam, and there are two different exam methods: Subject to active, regular and satisfactory participation in the teaching (75% attendance), the exam consists of a written assignment on a topic of own choice. The assignment can be completed together with other students but individual assessment of all sections of the assignment, except for the formulated problem and the conclusion, must be possible. If the student has submitted compulsory assignments during the course, or a product is submitted as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Written assignment on a topic of own choice. Scope: pages. Evaluation and assessment: Pass/fail, marked only by examiner. Weighting: 10 ECTS b) Students who do not participate in the teaching complete a set written assignment. If the student submits a product as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Set written assignment. Scope: pages. 25

26 Duration: Four weeks. Course title Methods of teaching Internship 1/Communication, Education and Learning The aim of the discipline is to include a short internship with an organisation in the course with relevance to the key topics and issues within the field of Communication, Education and Learning. The student must contemplate his/her internship and thereby apply his/her experience to these topics and issues. The student is allocated a supervisor who normally also acts as an examiner. - Is able to contemplate his/her internship - Is able to analyse the organisation involved and own role in a context of information science. - Is able to apply topics and issues in Communication, Education and Learning to his/her internship The internship must comply with the guidelines laid down by the Board of Studies. The exam is a written assignment on a topic of own choice. Method of evaluation: Individual written examination. Scope: pages. Evaluation and assessment: Pass/fail, marked only by examiner. Weighting: 10 ECTS Course title Elective 1 This discipline provides the student with knowledge of theoretical, methodological and/or empirical issues as well as insight into the theories, debates and analytical/methodological approaches relevant to the topic. The discipline also provides the student with an opportunity to create a thematic, methodological and/or regional extension in relation to the rest of his/her study programme. The course is offered by Information Science or credits are transferred from another subject area. - Is able to apply the theories and methodologies of the elective 26

27 Methods of teaching subject to a given complex issue in an independent manner. The instruction is a combination of lectures, presentations by students and instructor, group and project work, seminars and workshops. The exact combination will vary from course to course. The exam is a written exam, and there are two different exam methods: Subject to active, regular and satisfactory participation in the teaching (75% attendance), the exam consists of a written assignment on a topic of own choice. The assignment can be completed together with other students but individual assessment of all sections of the assignment, except for the formulated problem and the conclusion, must be possible. If the student has submitted compulsory assignments during the course, or a product is submitted as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Written assignment on a topic of own choice. Scope: pages. Evaluation and assessment: Internal, 7-point scale Weighting: 20 ECTS b) Students who do not participate in the teaching complete a set written assignment. If the student submits a product as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Set written assignment. Scope: pages. Duration: Four weeks. Course title Elective 2 The aim of the discipline is to allow the student to add insight into the subject areas, theories and methodologies of the elective subject to his/her specialist knowledge in Information Science in an independent manner. This discipline provides the student with knowledge of theoretical, methodological and/or empirical issues as well as insight into the theories, debates and analytical/methodological approaches relevant to the topic. 27

28 Methods of teaching - Is able to apply the theories and methodologies of the elective subject to a given complex issue in an independent manner. The instruction is a combination of lectures, presentations by students and instructor, group and project work, seminars and workshops. The exact combination will vary from course to course. The exam is a written exam, and there are two different exam methods: Subject to active, regular and satisfactory participation in the teaching (75% attendance), the exam consists of a written assignment on a topic of own choice. The assignment can be completed together with other students but individual assessment of all sections of the assignment, except for the formulated problem and the conclusion, must be possible. If the student has submitted compulsory assignments during the course, or a product is submitted as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Written assignment on a topic of own choice. Scope: pages. Evaluation and assessment: Internal, 7-point scale Weighting: 10 ECTS b) Students who do not participate in the teaching complete a set written assignment. If the student submits a product as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Set written assignment. Scope: pages. Duration: Four weeks. Course title Elective 3 The aim of the discipline is to allow the student to add insight into the subject areas, theories and methodologies of the elective subject to his/her specialist knowledge in Information Science in an independent manner. This discipline provides the student with knowledge of theoretical, methodological and/or empirical issues as well as insight into the theories, debates and analytical/methodological approaches relevant to the topic. 28

29 Methods of teaching - Is able to apply the theories and methodologies of the elective subject to a given complex issue in an independent manner. The instruction is a combination of lectures, presentations by students and instructor, group and project work, seminars and workshops. The exact combination will vary from course to course. The exam is a written exam, and there are two different exam methods: Subject to active, regular and satisfactory participation in the teaching (75% attendance), the exam consists of a written assignment on a topic of own choice. The assignment can be completed together with other students but individual assessment of all sections of the assignment, except for the formulated problem and the conclusion, must be possible. If the student has submitted compulsory assignments during the course, or a product is submitted as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Written assignment on a topic of own choice. Scope: pages. Evaluation and assessment: Pass/fail, marked only by examiner. Weighting: 10 ECTS b) Students who do not participate in the teaching complete a set written assignment. If the student submits a product as part of the assignment, an agreement about a reduction in the number of pages may be reached with the examiner. However, the reduction must not constitute more than 50% of the overall scope Method of evaluation: Set written assignment. Scope: pages. Duration: Four weeks. Course title Elective 4 The aim of the discipline is to allow the student to add insight into the subject areas, theories and methodologies of the elective subject to his/her specialist knowledge in Information Science in an independent manner. This discipline provides the student with knowledge of theoretical, methodological and/or empirical issues as well as insight into the theories, debates and analytical/methodological approaches relevant to the topic. 29

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