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  1. BSc in sports science

    The Bachelor of Science at Reykjavik University is a three-year program (six semesters) of 180 ECTS credits in total. Students take five courses (30 ECTS units) in each semester with the exception of the sixth semester, to which the thesis is the equivalent of two courses (12 ECTS). The Bachelor of Science in Sport Science at RU provides the student with fundamental knowledge of sport and an insight into sports science, in addition to providing an insight into the roles and activities undertaken by sports scientists. In addition to providing the student with a broad competence base in all major industry segments of sport, the program also provides the student with the transferable knowledge, skills and competences that can be used in any sports-related field of work. The program also prepares the student for the academic demands of participating in postgraduate studies in sports science. At the completion of the BSc in Sport Science, students have achieved the learning outcomes shown below the criteria listed below. KNOWLEDGE The learning outcomes for the BSc in Sports Science state that degree holders possess knowledge of: Theories, definitions, and concepts of the major subfields of sports science Research methods in sports science The fundamentals of coaching Motor learning and development of individuals Core elements of the main sporting events Main factors influencing health and well-being The foundations of coaching dissimilar groups Historical events, trends and direction in sport and s ...

    Provider NameHR

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  2. Tourism Studies, BA

    The program aims to make students qualified for managerial positions in tourism through achieved knowledge, skills and responsibility. Furthermore, the students should be able to undertake graduate studies. Upon graduation, the student should be able to: Knowledge account for the main fields of tourism and tourism studies apply key concepts and theories of tourism assess the sustainability of tourism and tourism in rural areas explain the interplay between tourism and other aspects of Icelandic society account for the application of common research methods in tourism conclude about the state of tourism in Iceland and resource utilization in this context Skills analyse topics in contemporary tourism by applying theories and concepts of tourism studies delimit a topic, collect information about it, analyse the information and draw practical and theoretical conclusions assess the sustainability of the organization and development of products, services and tourism infrastructure make business plans for tourism analyse the business environment of companies in the travel industry in terms of known theories and techniques plan projects in product development based on theory write academic and professional texts of based on relevant sources, independent research and analysis discuss tourism from social, economic and cultural perspectives explain and discuss ethical issues in travel and tourism Competences demonstrate critical thinking in oral and written presentations made a distinction between academic and industrial, ...

    Provider NameLBHH

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  3. Event Management, Diploma

    The program aim is to make students able to organize and manage events from concept to conclusion. Furthermore, the student should be able to undertake further studies at university.Upon graduation the student will be able to:Knowledge :account for basic theories of management theoryfind key information that event managers need in their workdemonstrate understanding of the legal framework that applies to events describe the scope and nature of events in Icelandexplain the relationship between tourism and event managementSkills:organize events with reference to theories and methods in managementpromote projects with relevant information and through appropriate mediamake a distinction between academic and non-academic discoursesCompetences:acquire further information about management practices and theoriesdemonstrate professionalism in communication and collaborationrespect copyright, contracts and intellectual property ...

    Provider NameLBHH

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  4. Tourism Studies, Diploma

    The program aims to prepare students for a variety of positions in the front line of tourism through acquired knowledge, skills and responsibility. Furthermore, the student should be able to undertake further study at university.Upon graduation, the student canKnowledge:use the main information sources on tourism in Icelandexplain the key concepts in the following areas; hospitality / reception, guest and host relations, dissemination of information ;marketing, establishment and operation of enterprises ;environment and natural history of Iceland, nature interpretation ;culture and heritage account for the legal framework for tourism in Icelanddescribe the development of tourism and tourism studies in the western worlddescribe the structure, scope and nature of  Icelandic tourism and outline the key points of its tourism policy describe key principles of sustainable development and sustainable tourismSkills:show responsible practices towards nature and touristsapply their knowledge of environmental issues in tourismdisseminate information using appropriate data and mediadistinguish between academic and non-academic discourseprovide examples of how tourism quality control is conducted in Icelandexplain fundamentals of hospitalityprovide an overview of key aspects of the tourism industry and its relation to other aspects of societyorganize and manage reception , services and / or recreation   with the needs and safety of guests in mind Competences:build further knowledge about tourismprovide professional services ...

    Provider NameLBHH

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  5. Tourism Studies, M.A.

    Upon completing the program students should have the following Knowledge The student should have an overview of the field of tourism studies; the history, main theories, research traditions and contemporary issues in tourism research. The student should be knowledgeable about the role of tourism in culture and society and understand how to apply this knowledge in tourism and tourism research. The student should be knowledgeable about the tourism industry and understand how to apply this knowledge in research. The student should be able to apply knowledge and understanding of tourism to analyze the state of art, propose and argue for relevant measures and articulate research findings. Skills The student should be able to delimit a research problem, collect relevant data, analyse the data and mediate the results of research within the professional and academic communities of tourism. The student should be able to write and publish academic papers in peer reviewed media, make a conference presentation and publish original work on the web. Competences The student should be able to disseminate own research findings, survey and disseminate knowledge to the industry and academic community by publishing academic papers, material for the public, presentations and participation in public discourse on tourism. The student should be an active participant in the academic community in tourism, sharing in the pursuit of knowledge.   ...

    Provider NameLBHH

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  6. Leisure studies, BA

    Knowledge Upon graduation the student possesses knowledge and understanding relevant to the job. This means that the student: Is familiar with and has an understanding of leisure and its pedagogical value. Has gained a general understanding and insight into the basic theories and concepts in leisure studies, life skills, psychology and outdoor learning. Is familiar with recreation and leisure and the covenants, laws and regulations relating to it, such as activity-curriculums. Is familiar with and understands the theories, concepts and methods on which the work and responsibility of leisure- and social pedagogues is based, i.e. experiential learning, democracy, informal education, leisure education and social pedagogy, and can utilise this knowledge in working with people of all ages. Possesses current knowledge of issues relating to leisure of a certain target group (e.g. children, youth or elderly). Has acquired the ability to incorporate new research, methods and solutions in the field in his or her own work Is familiar with the basics of information technology, including search methods. Skills Upon graduation the student can apply the methods and procedures of his/her discipline and profession. This means that the student: Is able to apply perspective of leisure studies on diverse challenges in the field, e.g. in associations, municipalities and the private sector. Is able to apply his or her professional knowledge to encourage people's participation in leisure activities, as well as societal participation ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  7. Leisure studies with emphasis on the education of young children, Diploma

    On completion of study the following criteria shall be fulfilled. Knowledge Students have knowledge on how to organize leisure- and learning environments that meets different needs. Students are familiar with leisure theories about the value of informal learning and organised leisure-activities Students recognise theories on development, learning, bullying and cooperation between school and leisure programs Students have understanding of the social and cultural components that shape the lives of children and their families. Skills Students recognise the educational value of leisure and apply a variety of methods to support the informal and social learning of children Students know how to support positive relationships between children and their connections with nature and environment Students apply a variety of methods to support formal learning and wellbeing of children in schools Students can enhance social equality and equity in school and leisure programs Competence Students can work independently an in cooperation with others to promote a supportive learning environment which centers on the wellbeing and development of children Students can use their professional knowledge to adapt to the needs of different children and find ways to ensure the participation of all children in play and work Students can initiate a professional collaboration with other professionals, specialists and parents ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  8. Tourism Studies, BS

    DefinitionA three-year theoretical and practical programme in tourism studies at the Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, School of Engineering and Natural Sciences of the University of Iceland. It provides 180 ECTS or 120 ECTS Major and 60 ECTS Minor which qualifies for the degree of baccalaureus scientiarum, BS. Entrance requirements are a student examination from a secondary school. Knowledge, ability and skillsUpon completion of the studies, the student should be able to demonstrate knowledge, ability and skills as follows: 1. Knowledge and understanding1.1. The student has good knowledge of the basics of tourism studies, and main concepts and theories concerned with the development of tourism. The student has sound knowledge of main global geographical patterns and regional differences in the development of tourism.1.2. The student has knowledge of the diversity of natural conditions, cultural characteristics and political organisation in different parts of the world.1.3. The student understands the nature and evolution of tourism studies as an academic discipline.1.4. The student knows the approaches and methodologies used in tourism studies, both qualitative and quantitative.1.5. The student has gained an insight into the economic and market-related conditions of tourism businesses.1.6. The student has an understanding of the relations between local/regional development and tourism. 2. Practical ability and skills2.1. The student is able to plan and carry out research on topics related to tourism ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  9. Tourism Studies, Doctorate

    Definition A three-year theoretical graduate education program (research oriented) in tourism studies at the Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Iceland. It provides at least 180 ECTS units of credit and qualifies for the degree philosophiae doctor, PhD. Entrance requirements are a research oriented MS degree in tourism studies or compatible disciplines, or compatible exams. The scope of the research projects must be 180 ECTS units. Doctoral education follows specific faculty rules. Knowledge, skills and competence Upon completion of the Ph.D. degree the student should be able to demonstrate knowledge, skills and competence as follows: 1. Knowledge and understanding1.1. The student has broadened the knowledge base and gained an in-depth and profound understanding of main theoretical schools, epistemology, terms and newest knowledge within own research field. 1.2. The student has adopted competencies in taking initiatives, demonstrating originality and critical mindset towards research, and can compile and develop theoretical ideas within own research field.1.3. The student has attained an understanding of the nature of research activities and knows the rights and obligations related to scientific and academic conduct. Among them, discretion, copyright, ethics, property rights on scientific results and data. 1.4. The student has demonstrated initiatives in creating new knowledge and interpretation through research passed by reviews of academics in the field.1.5. The student has knowledge ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  10. Tourism Studies, Minor

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    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland

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