Studiehåndbok 2016-2017
   
   
  
Overview courses taught in english 
Programme of study
Overview courses taught in english
Facts:
Course codeCourse titleECTSTeaching semesterAcademic responsible
SPM325Event Management10 ECTSFallAnna-Maria Strittmatter
SPM326Volunteerism in sport10 ECTSFallØrnulf Seippel
SPM355The Management of Sport Marketing10 ECTSFallBerit Skirstad
SPM375Internship30 ECTSSpringAnna-Maria Strittmatter
EXFLL1Philosophy and Practice10 ECTSFallAxel Rosenberg
EXFLL2Experiential Learning in 'Natural' Landscapes10 ECTSFallAxel Rosenberg
EXFLL3Comparative Research Project10 ECTSFallTuva Broch
FAH325Physical Activity and Seniors10 ECTSFallJulie Stang
TCI250Sports Psycology 1 - Motivational and learning in sport and physical activity10 ECTSFallTynke Toering
IBI217Nutrition and Physical Activity10 ECTSFallTruls Raastad
IBI230Neuromuscular Physiology10 ECTSFallOlivier Seynnes
IBI331Cell Biology10 ECTSSpringJørgen Jensen
UTV-EssayEssay for bachelor students10 ECTSSpring or fall
MA403Advanced psychology of sport10 ECTSSpringFrank Abrahamsen
MA412Specialization course in biomechanics10 ECTSSpringOlivier Seynnes
MA431Policy Making and Practical Context10 ECTSSpringKirsti Pedersen Gurholt
MA432Specialization10 ECTSSpringKirsti Pedersen Gurholt
MAS426Landscape and outdoor practices10 ECTSSpringKirsti Pedersen Gurholt
MAS EssayResearch project for master exchange students10 ECTSSpring or fall
English-taught courses offered at the Bachelor's level
Course codeCourse titleAssessment
SPM325Event Management
  • Essay (2000 words), graded A-F (60 per cent of the total grade)
  • Weekly individual resume of selected literature, graded A-F (40 per cent of the total grade)
  • All resumes must be passed in order to sign up for the essay.
  • Participation at the in-depth seminar is required in order to sign up for the essay.

Scandinavian students can write the essay and resumes in Norwegian, Danish or Swedish.

SPM326Volunteerism in sport
  • Essay (2000 words) on a given topic (40%)
  • Individual oral exam, graded A-F  (60%).

Scandinavian students can write the essay and take the oral exam in Scandinavian languages.

SPM355The Management of Sport Marketing

4 hours written school exam, graded A-F (60 %) and a case report graded A-F (40 %).

The case report must be submitted via Inspera and will be run through ePhorus for plagiarism control.
Recourses/materials which may be used in the exam: Dictionary

SPM375Internship

During the internship the students are required to write a weekly log which summarizes what they have been doing, as well as an evaluation of their experiences. The students have to follow a given structure for these logs. The students will be evaluated by their placement tutor twice: a) halfway through the internship and b) when the internship is completed.

A five-fold scale (excellent, above the mean, mean, below the mean, and poor) will be used to describe the student’s work with regard to the following criteria:

  • Initiative and creativity
  • Accountability
  • Their ability to work independently (their ability to organize themselves and to carry out their tasks as intended), 
  • Leadership abilities
  • Their ability to satisfy the organizations´ customers or members needs
  • Their ability to accept and take advantage of advises to improve their own performance
  • Enthusiasm and self-confidence
  • Their ability to communicate in written and oral form
  • Professional behavior

The students must comply with the rules, regulations and requirements of the organization where they will work on placement After the internship the students will write a semester thesis (6000-7000 word). In this thesis, the students shall analyze their experiences from the internship in light for academic theory in the fields of organization and/or leadership theory. Before they commence writing, the students has to compile a list of relevant literature (450 pages), which the course tutor must approve. The compulsory reading has to be accepted by the academic responsible for the course.

The students are graded A-F, and will be based on:

  • The weekly logs which constitute a portfolio assessment (20 %)
  • Halfway and final evaluation done by the tutor (20 %)
  • Semester thesis (60 %)
EXFLL1Philosophy and Practice

Full participation in scheduled outdoor activities in this course is mandatory. To be considered to have completed the course, students must also attend and participate fully in at least 80% of lectures and other class sessions.

Students must submit an individual written essay of a maximum of 6000 words, exclusive table of content, reference list and attachments. The topic is given by the teaching staff. All sources must be accurately cited and referenced using APA format (see www.nih.no). The essay is graded A-F.

All papers submitted via Inspera will be run through Ephorus for plagiarism control.

 

EXFLL2Experiential Learning in 'Natural' Landscapes

Full participation in scheduled outdoor activities in this course is mandatory. To be considered to have completed the course, students must also attend and participate fully in at least 80% of lectures and other class sessions.

Each student must submit a thre-part journal of self-reflection on: their experiences of learning during the exchange programme; experiential learning theory; and literature relevant to the course. In total, the journal should not exceed a maximum of 6000 words, exclusive table of content, reference list and attachments. All sources must be accurately cited and referenced using the APA format (cf. www.nih.no). The dates for handing in each part of the journal will be provided at the beginning of the course. The report is graded A-F.

All journals must be submitted via Inspera and will be run through Ephorus for plagiarism control.

 

 
EXFLL3Comparative Research Project

Students must submit and present an academic presentation of the chosen topic. All sources must be accurately cited and referenced using APA format(cf. www.nih.no). The presentation is graded A-F.

All papers submitted via Inspera will be run through Ephorus for plagiarism control.

FAH325Physical Activity and Seniors

3-hour written examination. Grading:  A-F.

Recourses/materials which may be used in the exam: Dictionary

TCI250Sports Psycology 1 - Motivational and learning in sport and physical activity

Individual written assignments - Pass/fail.  In order to be permitted to do the final exam, students must fulfill the work requirements by passing 2 out of 3 assignments.

All assignments must be submitted via Fronter, and will be run through Ephorus for plagiarism control.

Individual written exam - Graded  4 hours.

Recourses/materials which may be used in the exam: Dictionary

 

IBI217Nutrition and Physical Activity
  • Laboratory report on your diet. Pass/fail.
  • Folder including 4-hour individual written examination and group examination (3-6 students) with written report and presentation (20 min). Graded A-F.
  • Attendance during group presentations is compulsory.

 Recourses/materials which may be used in the exam: Dictionary 

IBI230Neuromuscular Physiology
  • Three-hour written examination. Graded A-F. Recourses/materials which may be used in the exam: Dictionary
  • Three laboratory reports. Pass/fail.
  • Attendance in all laboratory courses is compulsory (100%).
IBI331Cell Biology

4-hour individual written examination. Graded A-F. Recourses/materials which may be used in the exam: Dictionary

Laboratory report is assessed on a pass/fail basis.

UTV-EssayEssay for bachelor students

Individual written essay of a maximum of 6000 words, in addition to table of contents, reference list and possible attachments. The essay will be graded A-F.

English-taught courses offered at the Master's level
Course codeCourse titleAssessment
MA403Advanced psychology of sport
  • Group assignment written outline with oral presentation during course (approved/not approved)
  • Final examination: One-week individually written literature review (graded A-F).
MA412Specialization course in biomechanics

At the end of the seminar, students will have 14 days to write a 6500-word essay (including bibliography). Essay topics will be drawn amongst those addressed during the seminar. Essays will be graded A to F.

Please note that essays uploaded to Fronter will be submitted to the plagiarism prevention service Ephorus.

 

MA431Policy Making and Practical Context

The students will work on four texts to be included in the course folder. Individual essay (3000 words) based on supplementary literature. Graded A-F.

MA432Specialization

Individual written assignment (3000 words) on supplementary literature, a review of relevant literature based on the project plan handed in 15. April: 'Method of specialization'. The students are required to attend the master's seminar and give a presentation. Graded A-F.

MAS426Landscape and outdoor practices

The students must have satisfied requirements for attendance and active participation in the seminars, including the submission of individual and group assignments that will be given the Pass/Fail grad. The number of assignments to be submitted will be specified at the start of the course.

Each student must write an individual assignement on a chosen theme relevant for the module during the semester. The written assignement must not exceed a maximum of 8000 characters (1.5 line spacing), excluding the table of contents, references and attachments. All sources must be aacurately cited and referenced using the APA 5th edition (cf. www.nih.no). The essay will be due to the end of May in the second semester. It will be graded fram A to F.

The individual assignment has to be submitted to the Studenttorget as well as on the learning platform Fronter. Please note that all assignments will be scanned by the plagiarism control program Ephorus.

MAS EssayResearch project for master exchange studentsIndividual written essay of a maximum of 6000 words not included the table of contents, reference list and possible attachments. The essay will be graded A-F.
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