Course - Humanities in the Workplace - HIP3000
HIP3000 - Humanities in the Workplace
Examination arrangement: Report
|Evaluation form||Weighting||Duration||Examination aids||Grade deviation|
|Approved report||100/100||4 weeks||A|
Humanities in the Workplace focuses on the application of humanistic academic competence in a practical setting, with emphasize on the ability to work in an interdisciplinary group.
Humanities in the Workplace is an approved alternative to Experts in Teamwork for Master students at the Faculty of Humanities.
The candidate has:
-basic knowledge about group process methods;
-practical experience with project work;
-an overview of methods to chart individual skills and competence.
-is able to plan and execute simple group projects for an external employer
-has gained skills in applying their relevant academic competence, both theoretical and methodological, on practical challenges
-can apply their knowledge to report and present a work process and its outcomes to external partners
-is able to use his/her knowledge in an interdisciplinary context
-has a basic understanding of the expectations and demands of a normal workplace
-is able to communicate his/her competence in a confident manner to different partners, orally and in writing
Learning methods and activities
The course activities are divided into three parts.
In the semester previous to the course, students are divided into groups and assigned to a local workplace. They are responsible for arranging group meetings, and for organizing an initial meeting with their assigned employer.
The second part is an intensive 3 days course, with focus on group-based processes, increasing awareness of individual competence and qualifications, and creative team process methods.
The final part of the course is a three week practice period with a local business, organisation or municipal agency in Trondheim. Students must follow normal office hours during the practice period. A one-day session is held at NTNU mid-way through this period.
Students must write a report on their project, and give an oral presentation at the end of the practice period.
See www.ntnu.no/hip for more information (Norwegian only).
- Minimum 80% class attendance
- 3 weeks work practice
- 1 oral group presentation
Exam registration requires that class registration is approved in the same semester. Compulsory activities from previous semester may be approved by the department.
Admission to a programme of study is required:
Art History (MKUH)
Comparative Literature (MALIT)
Drama and Theatre (MDT)
Equality and Diversity (MKKS)
European Studies (MEUROPA)
Film and Media Studies (MFMV)
Music Performance (MMUSP)
Music Technology (MMUST)
Religious Studies (MRVI)
Scandinavian Language and Literature (MNORD)
Science and Technology Studies (STS) (MSTS)
Required previous knowledge
Applicants must be admitted into a Master's programme at the Faculty of Humanities, and go through a separate course admission process.
Will be available through Blackboard.
Credits: 7.5 SP
Study level: Second degree level
Term no.: 1
Teaching semester: SPRING 2021
Language of instruction: Norwegian
- The Humanities
Department with academic responsibility
Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture
Examination arrangement: Report
- Term Status code Evaluation form Weighting Examination aids Date Time Digital exam Room *
- Spring ORD Approved report 100/100 A
Room Building Number of candidates
- * The location (room) for a written examination is published 3 days before examination date. If more than one room is listed, you will find your room at Studentweb.
For more information regarding registration for examination and examination procedures, see "Innsida - Exams"