Læringsutbytteskjema - 2-årig studieprogram Masternivå

Learning outcomes worksheet for 2-year Master degree
Learning outcomes – from
the UMB key
A person holding the 2-year Master
degree is able to:
Demonstrate advanced
knowledge within the
academic field in an
international and
interdisciplinary perspective,
and specialized insight in a
limited area
Demonstrate thorough
knowledge of the scholarly
theories and methods in the
Learning outcomes
for the study
In this field you describe
how this learning outcome
is understood in the
context of the study
programme. The text
should be specific for the
academic content of the
programme in question,
and not too general.
How the
program is
designed to
give the
Here you explain
how the content of
the programme is
designed such that
it will lead to the
given learning
outcome over the
course of the
courses/parts of
the programme
Learning activities,
with justification
Evaluation forms,
with justification
Here you specify the
courses and activities in
which the students engage
to produce the learning
outcome, progressively
over the course of the
Here you describe the kind
and extent of learning
activities in which the
student engages to produce
the learning outcome. It is
also appropriate to explain
how or why these activities
are suited to producing the
given learning outcome.
Here you describe the
evaluation forms used to
assess the student’s
attainment of the learning
outcome. It is also
appropriate to explain how
or why this kind of
evaluation is suited to
assessing the given learning
Apply knowledge to new areas
within the academic field
Carry out interdisciplinary
analyses of issues and evaluate
solutions related to
environment and sustainable
development in collaboration
with colleagues from other
academic fields
Analyze existing theories,
methods and interpretations in
the field
Analyze academic problems on
the basis of the history,
traditions, distinctive character
and place in society of the
academic field
Analyze and critically evaluate
various sources of information
and use them to structure and
formulate scholarly arguments
Use relevant methods for
research and development
work in an independent
Analyze relevant academic,
professional and research
ethical issues
Contribute to new thinking
and innovation processes
Continue studies in a manner
that is largely self-directed and
Work independently on
practical and theoretical
Apply his/her knowledge and
skills in new areas in order to
carry out advanced
assignments and projects
Communicate and collaborate
in academic work in an
international study- or work
Carry out an independent,
limited research or
development project under
supervision and in accordance
with applicable norms for
research ethics
Communicate extensive
independent work and use the
language and terminology of
the academic field
Communicate about academic
issues, analyses and
conclusions in the field, both
with specialists and the general
Lead and contribute to the
strategic development of
complex work or study
Take responsibility for
contributing professionally in a
work or study environment,
and review the strategic
performance of teams