Course code VET332

VET332 Project Spesific Differentiation

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ECTS credits: 7.5
Faculty: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Teaching language: NO
(NO=norsk, EN=Engelsk)
Teaching exam periods:
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Course frequency: Yearly
First time: 2018H
Preferential right:
VET
Course contents:

The optional part can both provide specialization in the subject that the thesis deals with and consist of methodological training (e.g. laboratory methodology) for use in the thesis or in the writing process (e.g. extended course in experimental design, scientific writing, etc.)

It will only be possible to participate in academic subjects taught in the other differentiation directions when this differentiation is directly relevant to the thesis (e.g. attend on the subject radiology on horses, if the thesis is in radiology at the horse). The exceptions are topics related to aquatic medicine, where all mandatory subjects in the direction with the exception of work experience is considered relevant, when the thesis deals with issues of fish.

It is not possible to take external courses/continuing education courses in the elective section.

Self-study in relevant subjects may be accepted. The tutor must ensure the quality of the expertise the candidate has acquired in the given study period.

The elective part must be pre-approved by the tutor.

Learning outcome:

Aim

Give the students an insight into research life and thereby create interest in research.

Learning activities:
Course and written assignment 
Syllabus:
This is defined by the supervisor and will consist of text books, scientific review articles and original articles, technical reports and other relevant literature.
Prerequisites:
Completed 1-9. semester of the veterinary medicine program
Recommended prerequisites:
Assessment:

Long-term assessment

Evaluation: Passed/Fail

Entrance requirements:
Admitted to the Veterinary Medicine Program and completed 1-9. semester of the veterinary medicine program
Examiner:
Examination details: Differenseringskurs: Passed / Failed