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  1. BA in law

    Traditional study at the School of Law is a three year (six semesters) BA Programme. The total credits are 180 ECTS. Instruction in the basic study programme covers all the core subjects of law. In the spring semesters of the first and second year, students work on problem based projects under the direction of a supervisor. These projects demand independent work and a thorough grasp of the study content. In the spring semester of the third year, students are given the option of increasing their specialisation with elective courses or writing a BA thesis. On completion of BA studies in law, students shall possess knowledge, skills and qualifications in line with the established learning outcome for BA studies. On graduation, students should therefore possess (a) legal knowledge, (b) the ability to use the methods and procedures of law, and (c) the ability to use this knowledge and working skills in the course of work or further studies. This includes the following: Knowledge Students shall: Possess a general knowledge, understanding and insight into the principal theories and concepts of law; Possess a knowledge and understanding of the sources of law and methodology of legal work; Possess an overview of the current law in the principal fields of law; Possess additional familiarity with the most recent knowledge in their chosen field of law; Possess an understanding of the basic techniques of searching and information technology; they should know how to search for information and when information is ...

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    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  2. ML in law

    Traditional Master‘s study at the School of Law is a two year (four semesters) Master´s Programme. The total credits are 120 ECTS. The programme is to a considerable extent based on independent work performed by students under the supervision of instructors (a search-related Master‘s Programme) and a wide variety of choices on emphasis and course of study. The following aspects can grant credits towards the ML in Law: Participation in regular courses, seminars relating to research projects, studies at overseas universities, internships, organized by the School of Law in cooperation with institutions and businesses and Master’s thesis/project. In addition, students may within certain limits pursue studies in other fields of academic study than law and receive credits evaluated towards to a ML in Law. A number of courses are offered within the Master´s Programme with a special emphasis on the following: International law, courts and litigation and private law. On completion of an ML examination, students shall possess knowledge, skills and proficiency in accordance with current criteria of higher education. On graduation students should possess a) knowledge of the law b) the ability to use the methods and working procedures of the law c) the capacity to use their knowledge and skills in work and/or further studies. This entails the following: Knowledge Students shall: Pave added to their basic knowledge and acquired a deep general understanding of the comprehensive aspects of law and its academic subjec ...

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    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  3. ML, based on BA in law or equivalent

    Traditional Master‘s study at the School of Law is a two year (four semesters) Master´s Programme. The total credits are 120 ECTS. The programme is to a considerable extent based on independent work performed by students under the supervision of instructors (a search-related Master‘s Programme) and a wide variety of choices on emphasis and course of study. The following aspects can grant credits towards the ML in Law: Participation in regular courses, seminars relating to research projects, studies at overseas universities, internships, organized by the School of Law in cooperation with institutions and businesses and Master’s thesis/project. In addition, students may within certain limits pursue studies in other fields of academic study than law and receive credits evaluated towards to a ML in Law. A number of courses are offered within the Master´s Programme with a special emphasis on the following: International law, courts and litigation and private law. On completion of an ML examination, students shall possess knowledge, skills and proficiency in accordance with current criteria of higher education. On graduation students should possess a) knowledge of the law b) the ability to use the methods and working procedures of the law c) the capacity to use their knowledge and skills in work and/or further studies. This entails the following: Knowledge Students shall: Pave added to their basic knowledge and acquired a deep general understanding of the comprehensive aspects of law and its academic subjec ...

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    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  4. PhD in Law

    Following completion of a doctorate degree in law (Ph.D.), the following criteria should have been met, in addition to the criteria met at earlier stages. Knowledge Degree holders possess specialised knowledge within the field of law.This entails that holders: possess extensive and comprehensive understanding of main legal theories, principles, the concept of law, and the latest findings and scholarly contribution; have contributed to the generation of new knowledge and its interpretation with research or other acknowledged scholarly activities that measure up to peer reviews and critique; have contributed important innovation in the form of new knowledge, innovative utilisation or interpretation of existing knowledge; demonstrate their awareness of science ethics and that they have formed a considered opinion regarding their own research and that of others, based on their own ethical consciousness; possess extensive expertise in a specific area of law which they have acquired through their own research. possess the professional and methodological foundation for addressing new and complex challenges in the field of law, taking account of relevant legal sources, requirements for scientific method, ethical values, and social impact; have an understanding that their field of study and their research within that field is of moral and social relevance; will understand that they are required to observe ethical principles in all aspects of their work; will have an understanding of the social influence of ...

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    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  5. 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 ...

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    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  6. BSc in Civil Engineering

    Learning outcomes for BSc in Civil Engineering The programme leading to a BSc degree in Civil Engineering is 210 ECTS credits. Students take 54 ECTS credits in fundamental courses that are the same for all 3.5 year BSc engineering programmes. They take 120 ECTS credits in courses that are specific to their chosen discipline (Civil Engineering); of these, civil engineering students are encouraged to take 24 ECTS credits in courses that comprise a "specialisation package" in structural design, installations or construction. Other elective courses are worth 12 ECTS credits. Students conclude their studies with a final project of 24 ECTS credits, most often in collaboration with a firm in the relevant industry. There is an emphasis on practical, hands-on engineering skills and on preparing students for a career in industry after graduation. Upon completion of the BSc programme, the student should possess general knowledge and understanding of the following: KNOWLEDGE The basic principles of mathematics that are fundamental to analysis, design and optimization in civil engineering, including: The basic principles of calculus, differentiation and integration. Vectors, matrices, determinants, eigenvalues, eigenvectors and solving systems linear equations. 1st and 2nd degree differential equations and their general solution form and methods using Fourier and Laplace transform, complex numbers and complex exponentials. Probability and statistics, data analysis and error estimates. Numerical method ...

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    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  7. BSc in Mechanical and Energy Engineering

    Students take 54 ECTS credits in fundamental courses that are the same for all 3.5 year BSc engineering programmes. They take 120 ECTS credits in courses that are specific to their chosen discipline; of these, mechanical and energy engineering students are encouraged to take 24 ECTS credits in courses that comprise a "specialisation package" in mechanical design or energy processes. Students conclude their studies with a final project of 24 ECTS credits, most often in collaboration with a firm in the relevant industry. There is an emphasis on practical, hands-on engineering skills and on preparing students for a career in industry.The students are provided with knowledge and skills in selected areas of mechanical design, energy technology and management. Emphasis is placed on practical, hands-on engineering skills and on projects that expose the students to real world problems. Emphasis is placed on producing graduates with the practical knowledge and competence that enable them to make an immediate contribution and pursue careers in the industry upon graduation.The aim of the programme is to educate capable mechanical engineers for careers in industry, with a well-defined and strong set of skills as is internationally expected of mechanical engineers. Upon completion of the BSc programme, the following criteria shall be fulfilled. KNOWLEDGE Basic principles of multivariable calculus, including differentiation, integration and differential equations. Laplace and Fourier transform, complex exponentials and ...

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    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  8. Diploma in Construction Technology

    The programme leading to a Diploma in Construction Technology is 90 ECTS credits, taught through distance learning. The requirements for the Diploma in Construction Technology reflect the requirements for the professional title of Certified Technician (Icelandic: iðnfræðingur), as accredited by the Icelandic Ministry of Industries.The programme is practically orientated, rooted in the construction and civil engineering industry. Emphasis is placed on practical project work and the application of computer design tools. Most of the teachers have extensive industrial experience. In the final semester, students complete a final project of 12 ECTS dealing with technical solutions in development, design and planning, wherein they demonstrate the knowledge and professional competence they have gained. The main objective of the programme is to qualify students for jobs as intermediate professionals, filling the gap between certified tradesmen and higher level technical staff. Students who graduate with a Diploma in Construction Technology may take a further 120 ECTS in constructing architecture and graduate with a BSc degree in Constructing Architecture, a total of 210 ECTS credits. Upon completion of the programme, the following criteria shall be fulfilled. KNOWLEDGE Upon completion of the programme, the student should have gained general knowledge and understanding of basic principles of the following: Structural mechanics, structural design, building technology, building construction, installations, geotechni ...

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    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  9. Diploma in Electrical Technology

    The programme leading to a Diploma in Electrical Technology is 90 ECTS credits, taught through distance learning. The requirements for the Diploma in Electrical Technology reflect the requirements for the professional title of Certified Technician (Icelandic: iðnfræðingur), as accredited by the Icelandic Ministry of Industries. The programme is practically orientated, rooted in the electrical and electronics industry. Emphasis is placed on practical project work and the application of computer design tools. Most of the teachers have extensive industrial experience. In the final semester, students complete a final project of 12 ECTS dealing with technical solutions in development, design and planning, wherein they demonstrate the knowledge and professional competence they have gained. The main objective of the programme is to qualify students for jobs as intermediate professionals, filling the gap between certified tradesmen and higher level technical staff. Upon completion of the programme, the following criteria shall be fulfilled. KNOWLEDGE Upon completion of the programme, the student should have gained general knowledge and understanding of basic principles of the following: Electric circuits, electronics, digital technology, electrical machinery, power distribution systems, programmable controllers and control systems, and the design of lighting and electrical installations. Computer-aided drawing and design, including the methods and tools most commonly used i.e. AutoCad. The general structure o ...

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    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  10. Diploma in Mechanical Technology

    The programme leading to a Diploma in Mechanical Technology is 90 ECTS credits, taught through distance learning. The requirements for the Diploma in Mechanical Technology reflect the requirements for the professional title of Certified Technician (Icelandic: iðnfræðingur), as accredited by the Icelandic Ministry of Industries. The programme is practically orientated, rooted in the machine, metal and energy industry. Emphasis is placed on practical project work and the application of computer design tools. Most of the teachers have extensive industrial experience. In the final semester, students complete a final project of 12 ECTS dealing with technical solutions in development, design and planning, wherein they demonstrate the knowledge and professional competence they have gained. The main objective of the programme is to qualify students for jobs as intermediate professionals, filling the gap between certified tradesmen and higher level technical staff. Upon completion of the programme, the following criteria shall be fulfilled. KNOWLEDGE Upon completion of the programme, the student should have gained general knowledge and understanding of basic principles of the following: Mechanics, materials science, thermodynamics, hydraulics, machine elements and design, digital technology and programmable controllers. Computer-aided drawing and design, including the methods and tools most commonly used i.e. AutoCad, and Inventor or SolidWorks. Project management, including the methods and software most comm ...

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    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland

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