Courses - Spring – University of Copenhagen

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Courses Spring 2017

Course Modules

CDC1

Course in Danish Culture

Level: BA
Result: The student will possess a basic insight into Danish culture.
Contents: Subjects studied include Danish history, literature, film, TV, music and architecture. The focus changes from year to year and has included the Vikings, Copenhagen, the Dogme films and King Christian IV. The course is managed by a director and the teaching is done by specialist university teachers. A number of relevant excursions are made in conjunction with the course.
Credits: 7,5 ECTS.
Form of examination: Active participation in a minimum of 80% of the classes and excursions.
Moderation: The examination is internal and without moderation.
Marking: Pass/fail
Syllabus: A syllabus is submitted corresponding to Henrik Sebro & Judy Skov Larsen (edd.), 'Denmark', compiled by the editors of the National Encyclopaedia (Danmarks Nationalleksikon) and the Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs 2002.

CDC2

Course in Danish Culture

Level: BA
Result: The student will possess a basic insight into Danish culture.
Contents: Subjects studied include Danish history, literature, film, TV, music and architecture. The focus changes from year to year and has included the Vikings, Copenhagen, the Dogme films and King Christian IV. The course is managed by a director and the teaching is done by specialist university teachers. A number of relevant excursions are made in conjunction with the course.
Credits: 7,5 ECTS.
Form of examination: Set written home assignment of 8-10 standard pages.
Moderation: The examination is internal and without moderation
Marking: The standard  Danish 7 grade scale. Syllabus: a syllabus is submitted by the student to the director of the course corresponding to Henrik Sebro & Judy Skov Larsen (edd.), 'Denmark', compiled by the editors of the National Encyclopaedia (Danmarks Nationalleksikon) and the Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs 2002.

CDC3

Course in Danish Culture

Level: BA
Result: The student will possess a basic insight into Danish culture.
Contents: Subjects studied include Danish history, literature, film, TV, music and architecture. The focus changes from year to year and has included the Vikings, Copenhagen, the Dogme films and King Christian IV. The course is managed by a director and the teaching is done by specialist university teachers. A number of relevant excursions are made in conjunction with the course.
Credits: 15 ECTS
Form of examination: Free written home assignment of 15-20 standard pages. The subject of the assignment is agreed between the candidate and the examiner.
Moderation: The examination is internal and without moderation.
Marking: The standard Danish 7 grade scale.
Syllabus: A syllabus is submitted corresponding to Henrik Sebro & Judy Skov Larsen (edd.), 'Denmark', compiled by the editors of the National Encyclopaedia (Danmarks Nationalleksikon) and the Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs 2002.

Courses on Special Topics
Contents: The theme changes from year to year. The course is managed by a director and the teaching is done by specialist university teachers. A number of relevant excursions are made in conjunction with the course.
Credits: 15 ECTS.
Form of examination: A free written home assignment of 20-25 pages. If the student participates actively in a minimum of 80% of the classes and excursions, there will be a reduction (5-10 pages) of the pages of the free written home assignment. The subject of the assignment is agreed between the candidate and the director.
Moderation: The examination is internal and without moderation
Marking: The Danish 7-point scale
It is not possible to get a cetificate for active participation or attendance.