Transferable Skills 1: Intercultural problem solving

2018/2019

Modulets indhold, forløb og pædagogik

Course 1 Problem Solving

Course 2 Intercultural skills (including language)

This course, taking place in Semester 1 is designed to address a number of needs for the entire 2-year high mobility master program. The problem solving that is addressed is in the areas of both content from the course and culture context of the students.

Learning Goals will include the ability to:

  • Advanced ability to operationalize state of the art research methods and in-depth reflection and the ability to use both in research as well as in professional dissemination practices in the field of media culture and media art
  • Identify problems in the Media Arts Cultures fields and begin to assess where possible solutions might be sought or worked towards as well as what the implications of their outcomes might be
  • Identify critical intercultural problems related to study, mobility or within the creative and cultural sector.
  • Feel comfortable and competent to sufficiently adapt to new cultural and professional settings.

Eksamen

Prøver

Prøvens navnTransferable Skills 1: Intercultural problem solving
Prøveform
Skriftlig og mundtlig
The module is completed on the 1st semester by passing an examination: Presentation and discussion in seminar style in: Intercultural problem solving – Language.
A written scientific work that is graded on the demonstration of achievement of the problem solving learning goals
ECTS5
Bedømmelsesform7-trins-skala
CensurIntern prøve

Fakta om modulet

Engelsk titelTransferable Skills 1: Intercultural problem solving
ModulkodeKAMAC20154
ModultypeKursus
Varighed1 semester
SemesterEfterår
This module is offered only as a part of the ERASMUS MUNDUS Master of Excellence: Media Arts Cultures at Danube University, Austria
ECTS5
UndervisningssprogEngelsk
UndervisningsstedAnden placering
Modulansvarlig

Organisation

StudienævnStudienævnet for Kommunikation og Digitale Medier
FakultetDet Humanistiske Fakultet
SkoleSkolen for Musik, Musikterapi, Psykologi, Art, Kommunikation og Teknologi