The relevant course materials will be provided during the course.
NB! This is an interactive online course, where all the meetings take place in zoom. The lecture parts are recorded, if you miss a meeting.
The student is able to
- acknowledge the needs for cultural and professional knowledge and skills in the intercultural and multidisciplinary working life
- gain more cultural competence and ability to use different methods for studying and working in intercultural environments and society
- develop different professional competencies from the intercultural and multidisciplinary point of view
- apply the principles of sustainable development in their personal and future working life
In this course, students will gain expertise on different innovative solutions and best practices aimed to promote intercultural and multidisciplinary professional competences. Students will be able to recognize the impact of globalization on holistic wellbeing and to increase their awareness of ethical knowledge, values and professional competences. Students are also able to recognize and apply different multidisciplinary ways in promoting their professional competences.
The course includes lectures and workshops and for the final written assignment, students can choose a course-related topic that specifically interests them. The course environment is CANVAS (opened in October).
This autumn, the course is conducted in co-operation with Erasmus+ project ILO, with visiting lecturers. The course feedback is provided via Erasmus+ project ILO during guest lectures.
In this study unit the assessing of the competences will be done by using the criteria set for requirement level II.
PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE BASIS, INFORMATION SEARCHING AND REPORTING
To achieve grade 5 student must be able to
- analyse the acquired information, draw conclusions and combine theoretical knowledge with experiential knowledge
To achieve grade 3 student must be able to
- critically evaluate information and justify their actions with science-based knowledge
To achieve grade 1 (or pass) student must be able to
- use professional concepts in a consistent manner and demonstrate his/her familiarity with the knowledge basis
- report and communicate in a professional manner
“Students who have failed assignments or examinations required for passing a study unit must supplement or retake their study attainment in a manner and schedule defined by the teacher of the study unit.” (Laurea degree regulations.)
All staff and students of Laurea are expected to adhere to good scientific practices, which includes appropriate referencing. Familiarise yourself with the practices and, if needed, ask for more information. All study assignments are to be done as individual work unless otherwise instructed. Urkund is used when assignments are checked.
03.10.2022 - 31.12.2022
23.05.2022 - 30.06.2022
20 - 50
Laurea Tikkurila, sote
According to the degree regulations (section 18) “students must be present in the first contact session or notify their teacher in charge if they cannot attend. If they fail to notify the teacher of their absence in the first contact session, their enrolment will be rejected. Another student in the queue may be enrolled in the study unit in the place of the absent student.”
For open UAS students, 15 places are reserved.
For Master students: 10 places are reserved (open UAS and regular).
Complementary competence, bachelor's studies in English (CCS2), Health and welfare
According to the degree regulations “all students are entitled to demonstrate their competence. The recognition and accreditation of prior competence is initiated by the students themselves. The competence is recognised and accredited by the teacher responsible for the module or study unit or another person designated by the director of the UAS unit. The assessment is carried out according to the same criteria and grading scale as that adopted for the corresponding study unit.” For further information visit Link.
The course is conducted in co-operation with Erasmus+ project ILO.
The implementation schedule is visible to students in Pakki as implementation reservations. The last meeting serves as the final seminar (the attendance is obligatory). There is no exam in this course but instead an ePortfolio/eDiary. The lecture sections are partly recorded.
This multidisciplinary study unit is suitable for exchange students as well as Master students. The Master students' final ePortfolio will be discussed to meet the needs of Master level requirements.
One credit equals approximately 26.7 hours of work performed by the student.