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GroupNKEKES12/Degree Programme in Sustainable Development
course6021063 Introduction to energy and sustainable development, 3.00 cr, 80 h
OPTIONAL STUDIES
ImplementationPerustoteutus/1001
Implementation timeAutumn 2012-2013
Responsible teacher Okunhon Eseosa
Other teachers
Status of implementationEnded

State of the description Under editing
  
Language of instruction English
GroupsNKEKES12 (primary)
Starting and ending dates01.08.2012 - 31.05.2013
EN-Edellytetään palautteen keruuta
Suitable as elective studies for others No
Offered for the Open University of Applied Sciences. No
Offered for virtual University of Applied Sciences. No
Suitable for exchange students No
Minimum number of participants 3 
Maximum number of participants 10 
Enrollment period01.05.2012 (klo 08:00) - 30.09.2012
Implementation method Blended
Method of completion Practical work
Virtual extent, cr 0 cr
R&D integration, cr 0 cr
Implementation location Sepänkatu unit
Assessment at the latest 31.01.2013 
Exam date  
Re-examination dates
Storing of graded material ends 31.07.2013 
Responsible faculty Technology, Environment and Business
Responsible campus Sepänkatu unit
Responsible degree programme Degree Programme in Sustainable Development
Language of the description English 
Outcomes

 

At the end of the course, the students should be able to:

  • Define Energy
  • Understand the concept of Energy
  • Identify various forms of energy, Energy Use and Users
  • Relate the concept of energy efficiency to sustainable energy conservation
  • Identify various forms of energy
  • Relate the link between Energy development and the environment
 
Contents

 

This course is designed to serve as a comprehensive introduction to the concept of energy in relation to sustainable development. The topics selected for coverage will allow students to get a first-hand yet in-depth view of the key challenges associated with implementing energy for sustainable development in a variety of development-related contexts. It will also examine the critical role of our society´s energy system in driving sustainable development. 

 
Assessment

 

The final grade will be computed according to the following weight distribution:

Class / Seminar Attendance: (20%)

Assignments/Group works (20%),

Final exam (60%),

 
Competence objectiveskestävän kehityksen toiminnan aikaansaaminen, communal scale innovation competences
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