Course code LAA233

LAA233 Project management

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Course responsible: Tone Lindheim
Teachers: Kathrine Strøm
ECTS credits: 7.5
Faculty: Faculty of Landscape and Society
Teaching language: NO
(NO=norsk, EN=Engelsk)
Limits of class size:
Teaching exam periods:
This course starts and ends in the fall semester
Course frequency: Yearly
First time: Study year 2016-2017
Preferential right:
B-LI. In case of vacancy, M-LA students have priority.
Course contents:
Through lectures, role play, individual tasks, and not least a week of work in a professional practice, the course concentrates on the different roles of landscape architects and landscape engineers in different stages of planning, design and building projects. 
Learning outcome:

Learning outcome

Students will gain knowledge of

  • Roles and duties in design- og construction projects
  • How to take care of and develop qualities in landscape, in the design phase, the construction phase and for maintenance.

Students will be able to:

  • Reflect on the complexity of the projects, and on requirements in professional life.
  • Reflect on challenges and experiences in the different roles and phases of a project.
Learning activities:
The course is built around site visits, lectures, own studies and problem solving. The tasks are primarily done in groups, but will also require individual work. The projects will be presented and considered in a discussion with  teaching staff present. A practice week is included. The students will prepare well for the practice week, and will write a thorough report of the experience.
Teaching support:
Guidance is given in plenary and in groups

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The first and second years for B-Li og equivalent must be completed. B-Li students who want an exchange must contact the study counselor in the spring of the first year
Recommended prerequisites:
LAA115 and LAA221 or similare
Mandatory activity:
Active participation in group work and a week\s practice or equivalent approved program. At least 80% attendance in the teaching and approved 100% of the course assignments. 
Portfolio assessment with submission of assignments along the way. Individual folder with assignments is delivered in Canvas by the set deadline. Passed / failed
Nominal workload:
A total of 187,5 hours
Entrance requirements:
General university admission certification
Type of course:
25% (47 hours) are structured teaching (lectures, supervision, review in plenary, excursions) and 75% (140 hours) are self-study, problem solving and group work.
The course is under development. Adjustments may occur.
Sensor approves the design of exam assignment and the examiner supervision.
Examination details: Portfolio: Passed / Not Passed