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  • Management Control Systems - Universitetet i Agder
    consequences of control and control systems together with management response strategies to such situations are also an integrated part of the teaching A brief overview of the roles of various control functions controllers auditors may play in organisation is also a topic in this course Learning outcomes Upon successful completion of this course the students should be able to demonstrate a thorough knowledge of what kind of management control systems that management may use running the business including operational and risk management and internal control demonstrate a understanding of the role of the board the audit committee the internal and external auditors play in the business community discuss how management control systems can function differently in different organizations and how management control systems can have unintended implications critically evaluate various financial management systems and their use in organisations including a critical assessment of the cost benefit of management control systems identify and evaluate organisational challenges associated with implementing the new control systems and or major changes to existing systems identify and reflect on ethical issues related to different management control systems and implementation strategies Teaching methods and workload Lectures and group work mostly case based Estimated workload is about 200 hours Evaluation Course evaluation is carried out as a midterm evaluation in accordance with standard procedure in the quality assurance system chapter 2 1 1 unless other information is given in the beginning of the semester Examination requirements Approved compulsory assignments More information will be given in Fronter at the start of the semester Assessment methods and criteria 4 hour written examination with graded marks N A No Type of course Theoretical Level of course Second cycle i e masterlevel Year of study Normally fourth year Name of lecturer For additional information please contact School of Business and Law phone

    Original URL path: http://www.uia.no/en/studieplaner/topic/BE-417-1 (2015-09-15)
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  • Fisheries Oceanography - Universitetet i Agder
    survival dispersal and distribution of fish during early life history stages in relation to environmental variation and human activities We will draw examples from selected case studies which are representative of the range of life history characters of marine and diadromous fishes The course will include lectures and laboratory sessions with hands on data analysis of fish early life history stages Læringsutbytte On successful completion of the course the student should be able to acquire knowledge of the diversity of fish life forms and how these relate to the spatial and temporal dynamics of fish populations gaine a conceptual understanding of historic and current hypotheses and concepts associated with fish recruitment variations including Hjort s critical period hypothesis open vs closed populations Lasker s stable ocean hypothesis Cushing s match mismatch hypothesis and Sinclair s member vagrant hypothesis develope essential analytical skills and quantitative reasoning to address ecological aspects of fish population dynamics particularly during early life history stages critically examine and discuss the scientific literature on fisheries oceanography write pertinent research proposals addressing ecological aspects of fish population dynamics in relation to environmental variability Arbeidsformer og arbeidsomfang Instruction is provided in the form of lectures and compulsory laboratory exercises and fieldwork Instruction will be given in English but if only Norwegian speaking students attend the teaching language is Norwegian Information will be given in Fronter at the start of the course Estimated student workload in this course is 270 hours Vilkår for å gå opp til eksamen 100 compulsory attendance to all laboratory and field exercises and approval of reports from all exercises More information about the reports and the laboratory and field exercises is given in Fronter by the start of the semester Eksamen 2 hour written individual examination counts 50 Projects counts 50 Both parts must be

    Original URL path: http://www.uia.no/studieplaner/topic/BIO400-1 (2015-09-15)
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  • Environmental Processes and Global Change, Managing Coastal and Marine Environments - Universitetet i Agder
    resources ecosystems and biodiversity population growth and indigenous issues relating to the environment The course also examines the impact of human activities on coastal and marine environments It explores the complex relationships between the ecological and social values of these environments and outlines strategies and tools for their management Læringsutbytte After completing the course the students will be able to provide an overview of how the Earth functions as a dynamically interactive system be able to integrate knowledge and values within the context of environmental issues particularly global change be able to promote an understanding of the causes and complexity of major global and regional environmental problems be able to use a range of tools for coastal planning and management be able to describe how a broad range of human activities affect coastal environments have developed an understanding of the multidisciplinary nature of the management of coastal environments Arbeidsformer og arbeidsomfang Instruction is provided in the form of lectures and seminar fieldwork exercises workshops including reports Instruction will be given in English but if only Norwegian speaking students attend the teaching language is Norwegian Information will be given in Fronter at the start of the course Estimated student workload in this course is 270 hours Studentevaluering Emneevaluering gjennomføres som midtveisevaluering og i tråd med normalordningen i kvalitetssikringssystemet kapittel 2 1 1 dersom ikke andre opplysninger gis ved semesterstart Vilkår for å gå opp til eksamen 100 compulsory attendance to all seminar fieldwork exercises including approval of reports and an oral presentation of a given topic More information about the reports and oral presentation is given in Fronter by the start of the semester Eksamen 4 hour written individual examination Graded assessment A F Tilbys som enkeltemne Ja Med forbehold om ledig plass kapasitet Velg studieår 2014 15 2015 16 Varighet

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  • Applied Molecular Biology - Universitetet i Agder
    genes and molecules New DNA sequencing techniques Next generation sequencing will be covered The students will learn how molecular methods are used for identity analyses and studies of genetic variation and how such methods are used in ecology evolution and population studies Laboratory exercises will provide students with detailed knowledge and experience in some of these application areas Læringsutbytte On successful completion of the course the student should be able to have in depth knowledge of how molecular methods are used for studies on specific genes and expression of these to perform molecular ecology and population genetic studies and identification and paternity studies of humans and animals be able to work independently with basic and specialized molecular biology techniques be able to analyze DNA sequences by using bioinformatics and to interpret the results in a critical manner have routines for independent work in a molecular biology laboratory including preparing the activities by creating growth media and chemical solutions and sterilization of these be able to convey extensive independent work by reporting results from laboratory exercises Arbeidsformer og arbeidsomfang Instruction is provided in the form of lectures and laboratory exercises Instruction will be given in English but if only Norwegian speaking students attend the teaching language is Norwegian Information will be given in Fronter at the start of the course The estimated student workload in this course is 270 hours Studentevaluering Emneevaluering gjennomføres som midtveisevaluering og i tråd med normalordningen i kvalitetssikringssystemet kapittel 2 1 1 dersom ikke andre opplysninger gis ved semesterstart Vilkår for å gå opp til eksamen 100 compulsory attendance to all laboratory exercises and approval of reports from all laboratory exercises More information about the reports and the laboratory exercises is given in Fronter by the start of the semester Eksamen 4 hour written individual examination Graded

    Original URL path: http://www.uia.no/studieplaner/topic/BIO402-1 (2015-09-15)
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  • Masteroppgave - Universitetet i Agder
    kunnskap om relevant faglitteratur og teori kunne bruke kunnskapen på nye områder kjenne relevante metoder og prosedyrer kunne presentere data og resultater skriftlig og muntlig kunne analysere og forholde seg kritisk til ulike informasjonskilder kunne gjennomføre et selvstendig avgrenset forskningsprosjekt under veiledning og i tråd med gjeldende forskningsetiske normer kunne formidle omfattende selvstendig arbeid og beherske fagområdets uttrykksformer Arbeidsformer og arbeidsomfang Masteroppgaven gjennomføres individuelt eller ved at to studenter arbeider sammen Veiledningen er obligatorisk Hver student får 40 timer veiledning til sin oppgave Veiledningen vil foregå på norsk men ved deltakelse av fremmedspråklige studenter vil undervisningsspråket være engelsk Detaljer gis ved semesterstart Studentene tildeles veileder for masteroppgaven i løpet av første semester En oversikt over aktuelle oppgavetema og tilhørende veiledere vil bli presentert for studentene ved semesterstart Studentene skal skrive en masterkontrakt sammen med veileder Denne skal leveres innen 1 februar og godkjennes av instituttet Studenten må levere masteroppgaven før 15 mai i vårsemesteret 4 semester evt 15 november dersom den leveres i høstsemesteret I masterløpet inngår to obligatoriske seminarer der studentene muntlig skal legge frem oppgavene sine i et forum av faglig personale og andre masterstudenter Studentevaluering Emneevaluering gjennomføres som midtveisevaluering og i tråd med normalordningen i kvalitetssikringssystemet kapittel 2 1 1 dersom ikke andre opplysninger gis ved semesterstart Vilkår for å gå opp til eksamen 60 studiepoeng godkjente emner må være gjennomført til bestått før masteroppgaven leveres til sensur I tillegg må de to obligatoriske muntlige presentasjonene være gjennomført og godkjente Eksamen Etter at masteroppgaven er levert og vurdert blir det holdt muntlig sluttprøve knyttet til denne Endelig karakter på masteroppgaven blir fastsatt etter den muntlige prøven Sensur og karaktersetting skjer i henhold til UHRs anbefalte retningslinjer for sensur av masteroppgaver innen MNT fagene http www uhr no index php objectId 3899 method contents Tilgang for privatister nei

    Original URL path: http://www.uia.no/studieplaner/topic/BIO500-1 (2015-09-15)
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  • Ingen tilgang (thisBaseUrl ) - Universitetet i Agder
    tilgang Du har ikke tilgang til thisBaseUrl vennligst prøv å logge inn eller forsøk igjen etter 1 april Studietilbud Bli student Forskning Om UiA Kontakt oss Ledige stillinger For studenter English Dette nettstedet bruker informasjonskapsler Les mer om informasjonskapsler her

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  • Bachelor's Programme in Sociology of Work and Welfare - Universitetet i Agder
    societal issues and developmental trends problem solving and practical work within the field Students should also have insight into and skills in research methods be able to apply theory and relevant research findings in a reflective manner be able to investigate and update their knowledge in the field and be able to explain sociological theories and research both in writing and verbally exchange viewpoints and experiences in a professional manner Teaching methods A variety of different teaching methods are used for example lectures group work seminars and working with term papers Tutoring is provided both individually and in groups Attendance at lectures is normally not mandatory but there may be requiremnts of attendance in some elective courses The language of instruction is generally Norwegian but some courses or prats of courses may be taught in English The University of Agder UiA encourages increased use of digital tools in its study programmes The aim is to utilize new forms of communication and to try new arrangements for teaching and academic supervision Students at UiA will to an increasing extent be using computers in their daily academic work A transition to digital examinations is an important part of this process The students should therefore have laptops at their disposal Evaluation Study programme evaluation is carried out in accordance with standard procedure in the quality assurance system chapter 2 3 1 by way of an annual evaluation in the study programme committee with student representatives from each class year in the programme Assessment methods Various forms of assessment will be used Exams may be written or oral individual or in groups school or home exam There might be for example a reflection assignment an at home exam or a combination of several types of assessment Group and individual assigments are to be handed

    Original URL path: http://www.uia.no/en/studieplaner/programme/BACVELFAD (2015-09-15)
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  • Arrangement/Komposisjon med vekt på komposisjon, klassisk, 1/2-årsenhet - Universitetet i Agder
    form kategori kontrast mer utviklede former formal prolongering transformasjon og utvikling av materiale ekstern form ekvivalente relasjoner reprise melodiske harmoniske og rytmiske prinsipper i det 20 og 21 århundre post tonalitet fri tonalitet nye modale teknikker dodekafoni eller andre serielle teknikker postmodernisme Komposisjon Arbeidet omfatter individuelle komposisjonsoppgaver 2 4 verk solokomposisjoner for melodi og akkordinstrumenter komposisjoner for to eller flere melodiinstrumenter komposisjoner for melodiinstrumenter med klaver eller annet akkordinstrument flersatsige komposisjoner serielle og neoteknikker Strukturanalyse Delemnet skal omfatte analyse av samtidsmusikk europeisk amerikansk og nordisk samtidsmusikk fordelt på flere hovedfelt I den grad tiden tillater det kan områder som musikkestetikk etnisk musikk o a belyses Delemnet skal gi en innføring i analysemetoder og oversikt over 20 århundres særtrekk og form Ved å analysere komposisjonsteknikk form bruk av musikalske virkemidler og lignende skal studenten kunne danne seg et grunnlag for å sette verket og komponisten inn i en større musikalsk sammenheng Arbeidet omfatter selvstendig oppgaveløsning i ulike stemme instrumentalsammensetninger egne komposisjoner med selvvalgt og med oppgitte besetninger analyse av eksisterende og egne komposisjoner partiturstudier komposisjon i et musikkhistorisk perspektiv for det 20 århundres musikk Læringsutbytte Etter fullført emne skal studenten kunne anvende faglig kunnskap og praktiske ferdigheter i forbindelse med kompositoriske elementer og prinsipper kunne arrangere i forhold til stilistiske forbilder kunne arbeide selvstendig med musikk og musikkarrangement komponert og arrangert for ulike orkestersammensetninger Arbeidsformer og arbeidsomfang Undervisningen organiseres som en kombinasjon av gruppetimer og individuelle timer med veiledning i tilknytning til arbeid med oppgaver Innføringsdelen i bruk av formanalyse gjennomføres i starten av studiet Det er obligatorisk fremmøte til en del av undervisningen Oversikt over dette vil bli fremlagt ved semesterstart Forventet arbeidsomfang for gjennomsnittsstudenten er 27 timer pr studiepoeng Studentevaluering Studentevaluering gjennomføres som semesterevaluering i tråd med kvalitetssikringssystemet kapittel 2 1 1 Vilkår for å gå opp til eksamen

    Original URL path: http://www.uia.no/studieplaner/topic/MU800-1 (2015-09-15)
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