Projects outside the course scope Animal Science 15 ECTS

Course content

A elective study in a relevant academic area for Animal Science.

Education

MSc in Animal Science - elective study

BSc in Animal Science/Husdyrvidenskab - elective study

Learning outcome

A student who has completed a project outside the course scope valued at has acquired:

 

Knowledge:

  • The issue as well as relevant methods and theories.
  • How to deal with an issue within a defined academic framework, with emphasis on problem formulation, problem analysis and action plan.

 

Skills:

  • Perform a problem analysis on the basis of a methodological/theoretical framework and evaluate the importance of the method/theory chosen.
  • Present a clear, unambiguous problem formulation and communicate the consideration of same in a clear, straightforward manner.
  • Evaluate alternative methodological/theoretical approaches to dealing with the problem formulation.
  • Search for information independently.

 

Competences:

  • Reach an unambiguous conclusion in relation to the problem formulation and, more generally, in relation to the academic area.
  • Reflect critically and independently on the assignment field and its scientific and societal importance.
  • Discuss the scientific and societal importance of the issue.

 

Projects outside the course scope may be completed individually or by groups of up to 4 students.

ECTS
15 ECTS
Type of assessment
Written assignment, 1 block
Oral examination, 60 minutes
written assignment, oral defence lasting approx. 30-60 minutes, including a presentation lasting approx. 10-20 minutes.
Aid
All aids allowed
Marking scale
7-point grading scale
Censorship form
No external censorship
Criteria for exam assessment

To achive the grade 12, the student shall be abel to:

Knowledge:

  • The issue as well as relevant methods and theories.
  • How to deal with an issue within a defined academic framework, with emphasis on problem formulation, problem analysis and action plan.

 

Skills:

  • Perform a problem analysis on the basis of a methodological/​theoretical framework and evaluate the importance of the method/theory chosen.
  • Present a clear, unambiguous problem formulation and communicate the consideration of same in a clear, straightforward manner.
  • Evaluate alternative methodological/​theoretical approaches to dealing with the problem formulation.
  • Search for information independently.

 

Competences:

  • Reach an unambiguous conclusion in relation to the problem formulation and, more generally, in relation to the academic area.
  • Reflect critically and independently on the assignment field and its scientific and societal importance.
  • Discuss the scientific and societal importance of the issue.
  • Category
  • Hours
  • Guidance
  • 5
  • Preparation
  • 407
  • English
  • 412