Knowledge: The candidate has knowledge of the concept of risk and different theories and methods of risk analysis and management.
Skills: The candidate is able to plan and implement various theories and methods of risk analysis.
General competence: The candidate has knowledge of risk, vulnerability, reliability, uncertainty and how risk is identified with regard to health, safety and environment. The candidate should have expertise in the use of empirical data in risk assessment
Around 32 hours of lectures 10 hours seminars /and exercises Group project.
Mandatory project with report and home exercise. The project will be presented in the class. A number of mandatory assignments must be submitted and approved by teacher(s) to get access to the exam. Home exercises could be given as group work.
Project report (40%. 4 hours written exam (60%) Both parts must be passed. The grades A-F.
The re-sit exam will be offered to students who have not passed - or have legitimate absence at the last ordinary examination in the following semester. The re-sit exam may be changed from a written to an oral exam.