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Course's title, scope and education cycle

Course title

A course must always have both a Swedish and English name. Information about the number of credits, education cycle, form of study or the like should not form part of the name. The course title should reflect what the course is about. It is not possible to make subsequent changes to the course title. This means that you should bear in mind that the course title should be formulated so that it reflects the key parts/core of the course. It should be possible to revise details in the course’s content without having to create a new course.

It should be possible to understand the course title without knowing what subject area or department the course belongs to. The course title should also provide future employers with clear information about what they may expect in terms of the students’ knowledge and skills.

Scope of the course

The number of higher education credits that the course covers is to be stated here. The scope of the course expressed in higher education credits is to be linked to the work effort expected of the students. The basic rule is that one week’s full-time studies corresponds to 1.5 higher education credits. It is not possible to make subsequent changes to the number of higher educational credits associated with a course.

LADOK code for the course

Each course must have a unique syllabus and a unique course code. It is not possible to make subsequent changes to the course’s LADOK code. The course will be allocated a new course code if significant changes are made. This always applies when changes are made to the title, scope in higher education credits, education cycle and when changing the main field of studies.

Education cycle

This specifies whether it is a first-cycle or second-cycle course. Expected learning outcomes, course content, teaching and examinations at a second-cycle level are to be characterised by a higher level of independence, complexity, personal responsibility, intellectual maturity and competence than first-cycle courses.

A course can only involve one education cycle. It is not possible to make subsequent changes of the educational cycle.

Contact person for Writing a course syllabus

Olof Siverbo
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Page Manager: Olof Siverbo|Last update: 1/16/2016
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