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  1. Dipl. in Natural Resource Sciences, Diploma

    KnowledgeAfter completing the studies, the student shall: Be able to demonstrate general knowledge of theories and methods in the field of natural and life sciences, environmental field and the foundations for sustainable use of natural resources, Be able to acquire general knowledge and understanding relating to the latest discoveries in the chosen field, Be able to apply basic methods in search- and information technology SkillsAfter completing the studies, the student shall: Be able to demonstrate skills in general working procedures in the laboratory and in field excursions where data is collected, Be able to define simple projects and solve them, Be able to use specialized research equipment, techniques and software to collect data, Be able to demonstrate skills to present and describe research results and the use of numerical and graphical data. CompetencesAfter completing the studies, the student shall: Have demonstrated the necessary academic ability, independent and innovative approach to work to be able to take on further studies at the baccalaureate level, Have the ability to actively cooperate with others in project work, Have acquired the skills to interpret and present general issues of the natural and life sciences within his/her own group and to the public, Have developed open and innovative ways of thinking for use in further studies and work ...

    Provider NameUNAK

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  2. Geography (prior programme structure), BS

    DefinitionA three-year theoretical and practical programme of study at the Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, School of Engineering and Natural Sciences of the University of Iceland. It provides 180 credit ECTS units and 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 geography, which relate to human-environment relationships1.2. The student knows basic ideas and theories about the origins and subsequent history of the Earth and its ecosystems.1.3. The student knows and understands theories about the significance of space and place for the development of nature and of society. 1.4. The student knows the diverse scientific approaches that are used in geography.1.5. The student knows the methods used in the discipline for collecting data about nature and society, and for the analysis of these data.1.6. The student is acquainted with the collection, presentation and use of geographical data, i.e. with maps and geographical information systems. 2. Practical ability and skills2.1. The student is able to plan and carry out research on topics related to nature and society, to organise sampling, perform experiments, carry out surveys and interviews. 2.2. The student is able to use appropriate software in ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  3. Agricultural Sciences, B.Sc

    Knowledge, ability and skillsAt the conclusion of the program, the student can demonstrate knowledge, skills and ability as stated below:Knowledge and Understanding: Students possess a general understanding of theories, criteria, concepts and methods within a specific subject. Students can apply their knowledge and understanding to their theoretical practice, or within their profession, and have competences to sustain theoretical and practical solutions in the relevant subject. Lectures with the aid of computer technology (Power-Point) are the principal method of delivery of knowledge and understanding skills for most courses in Agricultural Science (A1-A4). Most courses rely on textbooks and reviews and research papers are used as supplementary material, especially in Yr 2 and 3. In subjects specially related to Icelandic agricultural conditions teaching relies on scientific material published in local journals and reports. The communication between teachers and students is organised on special web pages for each course, where material related to lectures, projects and further reading is easily accessible for all students enrolled in the course. Practicals under the supervision of teachers are used in many subjects, especially in the basic courses in Yr 1 and 2, where students acquire knowledge on methods used in the particular field of study, in the laboratory, farm stables and field (A1-A7). Short field trips are in many courses (01.41.02 Introduction to Agriculture; 01.10.03 Man and Nature; 02.06.04 Basic E ...

    Provider NameLBHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland