The Centre for Academic and Professional Communication shares a course portfolio with the Section for Applied Linguistics, and coordinates the master’s degree programme in speech therapy.
As of the autumn semester in 2019, the centre will offer a master’s programme in academic and professional communication. This master’s programme will provide 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). For candidates who are looking for academic specialization, but who do not wish to complete a full master’s degree programme, we offer two specialization options:
- Writing and writing cultures in academic and professional se
- Conversations as a tool in collaboration and leadership
More information about the master’s degree programme will be available in 2018.
AVS2240 – Discourse in Working Life: Diversities and Patterns
AVS2300 – Writing in the Disciplines: Developing Texts in Higher Education and in the Workplace
AVS3010 – Project Management and Communicative Processes
EDU3087 – Academic Writing and Writing and Learning
NORD2220 – Writing – Text and Text Processes
SPRÅK1501 – Academic Writing
SPRÅK3501 – Scientific Communication for Engineers
AVS1201 - Writing in Academic Contexts
AVS1202 - Spoken Discourse and Discourse Analysis
Experience-based part-time master programme in Speech Therapy
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.
The program will be lectured in Norwegian only.