NAT818: Project management ín Science
To promote these objectives the methods used during the course will be a combination of lectures, and project work, which trains the students in creating and reflecting on project design in response to an identified problem. Lectures and exercise classes are carried out as a combination of cases and exercises and project work.
Expected learning outcome
Knowledge - At the end of the course the students should be able to demonstrate knowledge of:
- basic project professionalism with a purpose to project development and management / leadership in areas characterized by complexity
- the societal background for the increasing use of projects as method
- identify relevant issues in a self-chosen field of practice relevant to the student’s study perspective, and analyze them in the perspective of project-organized development opportunities
- indicate through project design how the project can be executed
- reflect on strengths and weaknesses, opportunities, and threats in connection with the outlined project in a broader societal context
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Exam element a)
Oral exam based on project idea
Scope: The syllabus must, either in writing between 1000 and 3000 words, or audiovisual in a maximum of 5 minutes, present the project idea.
Submission of response: The exam paper must be submitted to SDU's Digital examination portal no later than 12.00 on the final deadline for submission.
Assessment criteria: Taking into account the type of examination and the specific degree programme, emphasis is placed on the extent to which the student's performance complies with the description of objectives, as well as the extent to which the student masters the objectives of the academic regulations, including any academic profile and specialisations mentioned, in particular, Nos. 6, 9, 11 and 13, which the course particularly supports
The grade is awarded in accordance with the degree programme fulfilment of the description of objectives, as described in the Grading Scale Order.
More students can contribute to the assignment: Max. Three students. Who is responsible for which parts of the assignment must be clearly stated in the answer. Individual grades are given. The scope of the assignment is stated in the item "Scope".
The re-examination/reexamination is held in accordance with the regulations for the ordinary exam.
Indicative number of lessons
|Peter Henrik Raae
|Institut for Medier, Design, Læring og Erkendelse
|Tina Maria Brinks
|Institut for Matematik og Datalogi