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Programme structure

Showing programme structure for students starting 2017

Study year: 1

Semester: autumn

Programme variant: Compulsory Courses
Emne ECTS
Examen Philosophicum 10 Choose at least one Ex. Phil
Examen Philosophicum - Seminar 10 Choose at least one Ex. Phil
Introductory Mathematics 10 Choose one Mathematics Course
Calculus 1 10 Choose one Mathematics Course
Energy, Environment and Society 10 Compulsory Course
Legal Method and Norwegian Legal System 5 Compulsory Course

Semester: spring

Programme variant: Compulsory Courses
Emne ECTS
Examen Philosophicum - English option 10 Choose at least one Ex. Phil
Economics for Environment and Development 10 Choose Courses for at least 10 credits
Cost Accounting, Fundamentals 5 Compulsory Course
Introductory Ecology 5 Compulsory Course
Physics and Environment 10 Compulsory Course
Study year: 2

Semester: autumn

Programme variant: Compulsory Courses
Emne ECTS
Introduction to Forest Management 5 Choose at least one Course (id:2)
Forest Management 10 Choose at least one Course (id:2)
Introduction to Microeconomics 5 Choose Courses for at least 10 credits
Energy Systems and Technologies 10 Compulsory Course
GIS - Introduction 5 Compulsory Course
Excel for Business 5 Compulsory Course

Semester: spring

Programme variant: Compulsory Courses
Emne ECTS
Environmental and Resource Economics 5 Choose Courses for at least 10 credits
Nature Conservation and Management in Norway 5 Compulsory Course
Statistics 10 Compulsory Course
Study year: 3

Semester: autumn

Programme variant: Compulsory Courses
Emne ECTS
Environmental Governance and Law 5 Compulsory Course

Semester: spring

Programme variant: Compulsory Courses
Emne ECTS
Environment and Planning, Part 1 5 Choose Courses for at least 10 credits
Environment and Planning, Part 2 5 Choose Courses for at least 10 credits
Multi-Disciplinary Impact Assessment 10 Choose Courses for at least 10 credits
Life Cycle Assessment - Environmental Impacts of Energy and Waste Systems 10 Compulsory Course
Energy Policy and Markets 5 Compulsory Course