Nordic applicants: Generell studiekompetanse. Admission procedures for foreign applicants, please read: https://en.uit.no/education/art?p_document_id=351800
Admission code: 9199
The course introduces students to and provides:
Students will be trained in operationalising viable interdisciplinary approaches to complex issues based on case studies from the Subarctic and Arctic Regions.
Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:
Bachelor students: Mainly teacher presentations., group work and group discussions, supported by digital learning resources.
Online students: The course is composed of separate modules for online studies. Students are required to submit answers to the individual module questions. Teaching and feedback will be given. Streamed materials will also be available. A guideline for self-study will be provided.
Quality assurance; Before the end of every course, an evaluation of the course will be arranged in collaboration with the teacher and the student.
Online students: Assignments to teacher-supplied questions. The assignments have to be approved by the teacher(s) responsible for the course before students are allowed to sit the final exam.
Bachelor students: 3 written assignments to teacher-supplied questions.The assignments have to be approved by the teacher(s) responsible for the course before students are allowed to sit the final exam. Class attendance is obligatory (at least 75%).
A final term paper. Grading: scale A - F, A - E are passing grades, F is a fail.
Guidelines for retaking examination, see Regulations for examinations at the UiT, Chapter IV for Postponed, re-sit and extraordinary examinations, etc.