NGEK10005U Production and Regulation of Landscapes: Globalisation and Local Strategies (1+2)
MSc Programme in Geology and Geosciences
Globalisation, rescaling, urban landscapes, rural landscapees, the built environment, territorialisation, agglomeration economies, knowledge economy, labour markets and employment, governance, planning, agricultural restructuring and rural development.
- read scientific literature related to the course subjects.
- evaluate and analyse methods, theories and data related to the course subjects.
- use correct scientific definitions and terms.
- give a short, concise and well-illustrated oral presentation on the basis of scientific papers.
- write a short, concise report aimed at colleagues within the business world, public institutions or research institutions.
identify and work out proposal for solving comlex geographical problems using theory, data and methods
conduct and carry out large scale field work, data collection and subsequent analyses
access own professional geographical skills in relation to other subjects
cooporate and work with people from other professions
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- 15 ECTS
- Type of assessment
- Written assignmentOral examination, 30 minutesThe written assignment is prepared during the course and must be handed in prior to the exam week. The oral exam uses the written assignment as its point of departure. It includes the titles listed in the officially approved reading list.
All students must hand in a written assignment after block 1. The assignment must be approved by the teacher. Students can choose to follow block 1 only by following the course "Production and Regulation of Landscapes: Globalisation and Local Strategies (1)" instead of this course and get 7.5 ECTS credits based on the teachers' approval of the assignment. Students must have an approved block 1 assignment to continue with the course and participate in the block 2 exam.
- Without aids
- Marking scale
- 7-point grading scale
- Censorship form
- External censorship
Criteria for exam assesment
- Theory exercises
- Project work