The course is offered to history and teacher training students at Master's level, to students at the Master's programme in Indigenous Studies and is appropriate for master students in other social science, law studies and humanities disciplines.
The course cannot be taken as a singular course
The students will have the following learning outcomes:
The students will learn:
The students will be able to:
The students will have:
To achieve the central learning targets, the course will have multiple teaching approaches; lectures, discussions, and collective and individual guidance.
All courses will be evaluated once during the period of the study program. The board of the program decides which courses will be evaluated by students and teacher each year.
The following coursework requirements must be completed and approved in order to take the final exam:
Students are expected to write one mandatory assignment during the course, approx. 2-3 pages (approx. 1000 words) which must be approved before they can attend the exams.
The exam will consist of:
Students will write one 8-10 page home exam (approx. 4000 words). The home exam is to be submitted within a seven days/one week deadline.
The exam will be assessed on an A-F grades scale. Grades are A-E for passed and F for failed.
In case of an F grade, an exam retake is offered at the beginning of the following semester. Deferred examination is offered in the beginning of the following semester if the student is unable to take the final exam due to illness or other exceptional circumstances. Registration deadline for retake/deferred exam is 15th January for spring semester exams and 15th August for autumn semester exams.