Faculty of Humanities and Education
The Faculty of Humanities and Education offers the following 30 ECTS credit (full-semester) programmes:
- Norwegian Society, Education and Culture (NORSEC)
- Course package in Humanities and Education
- Comparative Educational Studies (PED216 & PED221)
- In addition, the Faculty of Humanities and Education offers many individual courses that exchange students are free to choose. The complete selection and descriptions of all courses can be found here.
Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences
The Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences offers courses taught in English in Business, International Management, Information Systems, Political Science and Sociology. You will find a full overvie
In addition, the Faculty runs a summer school from June - August. If you are interested in the summer school, please apply directly to the European Integration Summer School.
Faculty of Health and Sport
The Department of Sport offers its popular 30 ECTS (full semester) Outdoor Education and Nature Guiding programme. Please note: All Autumn courses in the Department of Sport will be taught in Norwegian. Only the spring courses are taught in English. To take Outdoor Education, you must be able to swim.
Outdoor Education and Guiding consists of two courses:
FRI 109 Basic Outdoor Activities Theory and
FRI 111 Outdoor Activities Teaching: Mountain/Forest - Waterways, Sea and Coastline
The Faculty of Health and Sport also offers practical placements in Social Education and Nursing to students from partner institutions. You will find more details here.
Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics and Science
Courses in Mathematics and Natural Science are offered on the Kristiansand campus. Engineering and ICT are offered on the Grimstad Campus. You will find a full overview here.
Faculty of Fine Arts
Courses in the Master of Music Performance are open to exchange students from the Music Department's partner institutions. A programme description is available here.
The university offers a broad range of courses in music performance, education, theory and history.
For a sample of the undergraduate offerings in the bachelors program see their website.
For more information about the academic calendar 2013-2014,
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