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Norwegian culture and society

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Kode
NCS1001
Studiepoeng
15
Semester
Spring
Lengde
ca. 1. Feb - 1. May
Heltid/ deltid
Heltid
Pensum
Emneansvarlig
Tine Blom
Karaktersystem
Grades A-F
Undervisningsspråk
Language of instruction - English
Studenttorget
studenttorg@hil.no
Telefon: 612 88000
Emnebeskrivelse

Topic: The course is an interdisciplinary introduction to Norwegian culture and society. Teachers from a broad range of academic disciplines and department will contribute.

The course presents Norwegian history, culture and welfare state and covers the following topics, among others: national identity, political system, economy and petroleum policy, environmental management, social policy, education system and gender relations.


Læringsutbytte

Expected learning outcomes: The objectives of the course are to give the students an insight into the historical background, development and the present day challenges of the Norwegian society.

The students shall reflect on the interdependence between history, international framework, politics, economy and culture in such a way that are able to compare the Norwegian case with their own country.


Undervisnings- og læringsmetode

Teachin methods: Lectures and seminars


Forkunnskapskrav

Opptakskrav er generell studiekompetanse eller godkjent realkompetanse.

Søknad: Her

(Oppstart med forbehold om tilstrekkelig søkning)


Emne er valgbart for
Emnet er primært et tilbud til utenlandske studenter ved HIL og HIG
Arbeidskrav

Coursework requirements: Participation in lectures is expected. The students will be asked to present three short papers for their fellow students during the course. This must be done in groups.


Eksamensform

Form of assessment: Written 4 hours exam


Tillatte hjelpemidler

Teaching materials: None




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