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  1. Media and Communication Studies, M.A.

    Knowledge On completion of study, students should be able to: Describe and compare some main classical sociological theories of media and their role in societal development and in shaping our existence. Demonstrate his/her knowledge of theoretical subjects and differences in media and communication studies. Understand the relationship between the media and other principal players in society, politics, economics and culture. Analyse and evaluate the main characteristics of the Icelandic media and communication systems. Explain the social and legal position of the Icelandic media, their role and influence. Explain the theoretical and methodological basis of the principal methods applied in media research. Explain and argue for his/her own research findings. Explain the main ethical concern of scientific work. Skills On completion of study, students should be able to: Organise and execute minor research in the field, independently or with others. Evaluate media research. Write a research plan or application for a research grant. Write scientific abstracts, reports and articles. Use major data repositories available in media studies. Use appropriate technology in analysing data. Analyse and describe statistical data. Work on projects and research in cooperation with others across fields and disciplines. Competence On completion of study, students should be able to: Use his/her knowledge of media and communication theories and research to analyse and evaluate developments and changes in the field, to give counsellin ...

    Provider NameUNAK

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  2. Masters of Arts by Research, M.A.

    KnowledgeWhen completing the degree the student shall be able to demonstrate; deeper and wide knowledge and understanding that is founded upon and extends and enhances that typically associated with the BA-degree, and made possible through independent research a extensive understanding of theory, concepts and methods in the field of study knowledge and understanding of methods for gathering and processing data in the chosen field of study SkillsWhen completing the degree the student shall be able to; give an overview of major studies in his/her field communicate research results in an appropriate manner in an academic setting formulate novel research questions and put them in an appropriate academic context demonstrate expertise in acquiring and processing data in the field of study publish research papers in a peer-reviewed journal apply their knowledge and understanding, and problem solving abilities in new or unfamiliar environments within broader (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to their field of study CompetencesWhen completing the degree the student shall be able to; take initiative in projects in his/her field of study, lead them to fruitful conclusion and take responsibility for individual and team contributions share his/her theories and results with laypersons as well as fellow academics analyse and assess complex theoretical, practical and social issues, and to be able to use the acquired research experience, knowledge and understanding to tackle novel issues. confidently use the appropriate r ...

    Provider NameUNAK

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  3. Media and Communication Studies, M.A.

    Knowledge On completion of study, students should be able to: Describe and compare some main classical sociological theories of media and their role in societal development and in shaping our existence. Demonstrate his/her knowledge of theoretical subjects and differences in media and communication studies. Understand the relationship between the media and other principal players in society, politics, economics and culture. Analyse and evaluate the main characteristics of the Icelandic media and communication systems. Explain the social and legal position of the Icelandic media, their role and influence. Explain the theoretical and methodological basis of the principal methods applied in media research. Explain and argue for his/her own research findings. Explain the main ethical concern of scientific work. Skills On completion of study, students should be able to: Organise and execute minor research in the field, independently or with others. Evaluate media research. Write a research plan or application for a research grant. Write scientific abstracts, reports and articles. Use major data repositories available in media studies. Use appropriate technology in analysing data. Analyse and describe statistical data. Work on projects and research in cooperation with others across fields and disciplines. Competence On completion of study, students should be able to: Use his/her knowledge of media and communication theories and research to analyse and evaluate developments and changes in the field, to give counsellin ...

    Provider NameUNAK

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  4. Masters of Arts by Research, M.A.

    KnowledgeWhen completing the degree the student shall be able to demonstrate; deeper and wide knowledge and understanding that is founded upon and extends and enhances that typically associated with the BA-degree, and made possible through independent research a extensive understanding of theory, concepts and methods in the field of study knowledge and understanding of methods for gathering and processing data in the chosen field of study SkillsWhen completing the degree the student shall be able to; give an overview of major studies in his/her field communicate research results in an appropriate manner in an academic setting formulate novel research questions and put them in an appropriate academic context demonstrate expertise in acquiring and processing data in the field of study publish research papers in a peer-reviewed journal apply their knowledge and understanding, and problem solving abilities in new or unfamiliar environments within broader (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to their field of study CompetencesWhen completing the degree the student shall be able to; take initiative in projects in his/her field of study, lead them to fruitful conclusion and take responsibility for individual and team contributions share his/her theories and results with laypersons as well as fellow academics analyse and assess complex theoretical, practical and social issues, and to be able to use the acquired research experience, knowledge and understanding to tackle novel issues. confidently use the appropriate r ...

    Provider NameUNAK

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  5. Museum Studies, Postgraduate Diploma

    Knowledge, skills and abilitiesOn completion of study, the student should be able to demonstrate the following knowledge, skills and abilities: 1. Practical knowledge and understanding1.1 The student should have attained a good knowledge and understanding of the professional work carried out in museums 2. Practical and academic skills 2.1 The student should be able to carry out responsible, professional museum work.2.2 The student should be able to explain the professional work by museums in the form of reports and analyses. 2.3 The student should be able to apply their knowledge of a wide variety of subjects in professional museum work, in other words, be able to explain aims and methods aimed at reaching a particular target 3. Academic skills3.1. The student should be able to compare theories, concepts and methods used in museology.3.2. The student should be able to present research questions within the field of porfessional museum work.3.3. The student should be able to use their knowledge and skills as a means of dealing with complicated questions within a particular field of museum work 4. Communication and presentation skills and ability at providing information4.1 The student should be able to collect information about various subjects related to the field of museology, and present this informationin a clear and comprehensible fashion in both written and spoken form.4.2 The student should be able to take the initiative and lead working groups 5. Academic skills 5.1 The student should have developed the n ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  6. Media and Communication Studies, MA

    1. Knowledge On completion of study, students should be able to: Describe and compare some main classical sociological theories of media and their role in societal development and in shaping our existence. Demonstrate his/her knowledge of theoretical subjects and differences in media and communication studies. Understand the relationship between the media and other principal players in society, politics, economics and culture. Analyse and evaluate the main characteristics of the Icelandic media and communication systems. Explain the social and legal position of the Icelandic media, their role and influence. Explain the theoretical and methodological basis of the principal methods applied in media research. Explain and argue for his/her own research findings. Explain the main ethical concern of scientific work. 2. Skills On completion of study, students should be able to: Organise and execute minor research in the field, independently or with others. Evaluate media research. Write a research plan or application for a research grant. Write scientific abstracts, reports and articles. Use major data repositories available in media studies. Use appropriate technology in analysing data. Analyse and describe statistical data. Work on projects and research in cooperation with others across fields and disciplines. 3. Competence On completion of study, students should be able to: Use his/her knowledge of media and communication theories and research to analyse and evaluate developments and changes in the field, to ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  7. Journalism and Mass Communication, MA

    Upon completion of the masetr´s program the student can demonstrate knowledge, skills and competence as listed below. This means that the student is able to: 1. Knowledge describe and explain main theories and concepts in media studies. recognise main methods used in media research, their theoretical basis and methodological procedures, and choice of methods according to different research questions. have an overview of the history and development of the Icelandic media system. explain the social and legal status of the Icelandic media, it´s role and influence. identify methods and modus operandi of journalists. understand the ethical demands placed on the media in regards to fairness, accuracy and respect. develop a critical viewpoint and knows how to critically assess the quality of sources. acquire knowledge of the characteristics and methods of different types of media, their advantages and disadvantages. 2. Skills use his/her knowledge and understanding in the daily work as journalist. evaluate newsworthiness. take interviews and process them professionally and critically. independently evaluate sources. apply his/her understanding of the characteristics of different kinds of media and prepare content accordingly. write clearly and present content clearly and intelligibly. perform his/her work adequately and in an organized manner. S/he can meet deadlines and complete projects fast and securely when need be. 3. Competence independently and professionally define a journalistic subject, initiate a stor ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  8. Museum Studies, MA

    Knowledge, skills and competences – MUSEOLOGY / MUSEUM STUDIES Knowledge Degreeholders possess knowledge of the field of museology, which entails that holders: Have attained a good knowledge of museology, theories and and concepts. Are aware of what makes up an academic explanation. Have developed a critical perspective Have attained good general knowledge of the main features of museology and detailed knowledge of the field. Have attained a knowledge of the main research methodologies used within the field of museology and a good working knowledge of approaches within the field. Have attained a comprehensive understanding of good museum practices. Know how to apply critical evaluation processes. Skills Degree holders can apply the methods and procedures of the field of museology, which entails that holders: Have learned how to work independently and learned how to present material in a scholarly fashion. Can apply museological approaches to given projects. Know how to analyse material independently and can apply them critically. Have the ability to work in groups and direct the work of others. Know how to evaluate the quality of museological research and practices. Competences Degree holders can apply their knowledge and skills in a practical way in their profession and for further studies, which entails that holders: Have learnt  how to present (written, practical) work in a professional and scholarly manner. Know how to aquire research and/or source material in the field and prepare them for preservation and ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  9. Practical editorship and theory of publication, MA

    1. Knowledge and understanding:1.1. The student gains knowledge and understanding of the main tasks in editing academic publications.1.2. The student knows as many reference systems as possible and their varying functions.1.3. The student has the knowledge to edit academic texts in journals, books or in other publication media. 2. Type of knowledge:2.1. The student has gained his knowledge in editorship and publication theory both with participation in specialised courses and with his own assignment work. 3. Practical competence3.1. The student shall know the whole process of producing a work, from the first draft to publication.3.2. The student learns to advise on making changes and improvements to texts that are to be published.3.3. The student is competent to advise authors/translators of texts on the best methods to employ in order to achieve results. 3.4. The student can make proposals for changes and improvements to texts that are to be published in an academic context. 3.5. The student can take on project management in larger publishing projects, according to requirements and can monitor the quality of texts. 4. Theoretical skills4.1. The student can analyse texts for publication on the basis of academic requirements and of the demands that the form and format of the whole publication make on authors/translators 4.2. The student can make editorial decisions based on his academic knowledge. 5. Communication competence5.1. The student can work with others on editorial and publication projects and can comp ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland