IMRT100 Introductory Project

Credits (ECTS):5

Course responsible:Lena Oksdøl Foseid

Campus / Online:Taught campus Ås

Teaching language:Norsk

Course frequency:Annually

Nominal workload:

125 hours

  • 20 hours lectures
  • 15 hours mandatory activities
  • 40 hours project work
  • 30 hours math workshop
  • 20 hours project report

Teaching and exam period:This course starts in the august block. This course has teaching and evaluation during the august block.

About this course

IMRT100 is the introductory course for studies towards a Master in Technology, Bachelor in Geomatics and Bachelor in Energy and Environmental Physics.

Students will be inspired and motivated by a taste of their studies. Students undertake a project specific to their field of study in groups, aquainting themselves with problems and methods typical for their field of studies.

In addition, students will be be introduced to study techniques, to the faculty and NMBU, as well as refreshing their mathematics skills.

Learning outcome

The students shall obtain knowledge about the role mathematical sciences and technology plays for the department's different subject areas, to the benefit for the student's own further studies. The students shall obtain knowledge about good study practice, rules concerning plagiarizm and report writing. The students shall develop skills regarding project work and writing of reports through, within own subject area, to complete a subject-oriented project in a group.
    • LECTURES where the different scientific sections present themselves, their challenges and future prospects for the collective group of students.
    • DEMONSTRATIONS/EXERCISES where examples that compliment and concretise the material from the lectures are shown.
    • PROJECT WORK including presentation of results and a completion of PROJECT REPORT.
  • Supervision in connection with the project assignment work.
  • Evaluation in the course is based on the project plan, the project presentation and the project report. Students in each group are evaluated together.

  • An external examiner will approve the course content and teaching arrangement, and take part in the assessment of a randomly selected set of project reports.
  • Mandatory participation in specified activities. Details are given at the beginning of the course.
    • 35 hours of lectures and mandatory activity
    • 40 hours math workshop
    • 50 hours project work
  • Special requirements in Science