Studies

Studies

The Centre for Academic and Professional Communication offers a Master’s Programme in Academic and Professional Communication and coordinates the master’s degree programme in speech therapy. 

The Master’s programme in Academic and Professional Communication provides candidates with in-depth knowledge about oral and written communication in academic and professional contexts.

Through this master’s programme, candidates will acquire insight into key theories and perspectives on academic and professional communication and methods used to study and develop such communication, and gain experience with problem-based work on specific communication-related issues (preferably related to the candidate’s own place of employment, if possible).

Studies

Studies

As a graduate student in engineering or the natural sciences, you are probably prepared for your thesis in the sense that you have expertise in your specific field. But a big part of writing a master's thesis is actually writing it. SPRÅK3501 teaches students a variety of skills related to communicating science, whether it is writing a thesis or giving an oral presentation. Topics that are covered include: structuring a text, writing coherently, finding and evaluating sources, and referencing. The obligatory assignments for this course are varied, and aim to give students practical training in different aspects of writing and presenting science.

Master programme

Master programme

 

The program will be lectured in Norwegian only. 

Speech Therapy is an experience-based part-time master programme. The program requires that you have higher education (180 credits) and at least two years of professional experience.

Continuing education

Continuing education

AVS6300 is a 7.5-credit seminar-based continuing and further education course.

Courses for PhDs

Courses for PhDs

HFEL8000 is a course in scientific publishing and communicating science to the general public for PhDs.

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