EIE305 Individual Specialisation (literature study) in Land Consolidation and Related Subjects
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Course responsible: Erling Berge
Teachers: Hans Sevatdal
ECTS credits: 10
Faculty: Department of Landscape Architecture and Spatial Planning
Teaching language: EN, NO
Limits of class size:
Teaching exam periods:
Autumn and spring term
Course frequency: <p>Autumn and spring terms</p><p><br/><br/></p>
First time: Study year 2011-2012
Spatial Planning, Property and Land Law. CLTS-students
The course consists of the following steps:
1. Supervisor and student discuss topic and literature
2. Writing, with supervision as needed
3. Oral presentation
4. Further work on the written discussion of the literature
5. Submission of the written discussion of the literature for evaluation
a) Use literature to study a professional topic. b) Write a professional academic report.
Individual literature study and assignment writing with supervision.
Responsible teacher will be available any time for guidance or help in finding guidance.
At the oral presentation of the draft paper the responsible teach and the other students will be present for the discussion.
Individually adapted to each student. Suggested reading lists on international literature on topics like Land Tenure, Land Administration, Institutional Theory, Research Methods, etc. can be presented on demand.
At least 180 study points
Recommended coursed in advance: EIE222,EIE226,EIE302,EIE320,JUS311, JUS320 will provide a solid foundation, but required preliminary knowledge will always depend on the direction of the intended study. Hence, for English speaking students the classes in Norwegian can be substituted with relevant other classes.
Oral presentation of own work and participation in the presentations of all other students.
Written survey of the literature on the reading list focusing on a topic of the students choice and conforming to standards of academic writing.
Supervision: 6 hours. Presentation: 1 hour. Participation in seminars and feedback on others' presentations: 3 hours. Individual work: 290 hours
Admitted for MA studies
Reduction of credits:
Type of course:
A minimum of 6 hours individual supervision per student. Compulsory participation in seminar presentations. The amount of time used for seminars depends on the number of students taking the course, as each student gets one hour.
Institutional theory applied to land tenure is a special offer that may also be used as an Individual course (5 ECTS) for PhD level studies.
An external examiner participates in the evaluation of all the candidates' examination papers.
There is emphasis on finding an examiner who is willing to act as a participant in the quality assurance process. The same examiner is used for several years, so that a comparison over time is possible. The examiner is systematically and thoroughly informed about the aims, contents, arrangement and conduction of the course. Finally, a discussion is held between the examiner, the teachers and each student who submitted their paper for examination.
Examination details: Contiunous exam: A - E / Ikke bestått