Humanities and Music Studies

Courses for exchange students - Trondheim

Humanities and Music Studies

– Courses taught in English 2019-2020

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The courses offered in Humanities and Music Studies are sorted after subject area. By clicking the course links below, you'll find course description, timetable and examinformation for each course. Some of the courses are taught in English and Norwegian.

Only courses that offer instruction during the academic year 2018/2019 are included in this list.

  • Bachelor's level courses are numbered 1000-2999
  • Master's level courses are numbered 3000-5500

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Courses in English

Every autumn semester we offer a semester programme designed for, and aimed at, international students. All courses, except SOS2501 Norwegian Society, are also taken by Norwegian degree-seeking students.

Courses offered by the Faculty of Humanities:

Course offered by the Faculty of Social Sciences and Technology Management:


More detailed information on the courses


 HFEL0010 Introduction to Norwegian History (7.5 ECTS credits)

  • The course is an introduction to Norwegian history, and covers the time span 1000-2000.
  • The course focuses on the political and economic development of Norway from year 1000 to year 2000, from the Viking Age to the present day. The main emphasis is on the time period after 1814.
  • Contact information: E-mail: studieveiledning-ihs@hf.ntnu.no

KULT2207 Gender and Norwegian Culture. Paradoxes of Equality I (7.5 cr.)

  • A short version of KULT2208. The courses cannot be combined.
  • The course offers in depth cultural analyses of issues concerning gender and equality with focus on everyday life enactments and cultural constructions of gender.
  • Students will achieve an understanding of the cultural significance of gender and gender equality, as well as an overview of some theoretical concepts and analytical approaches.
  • Contact information: E-mail: jan.grande@ntnu.no

KULT2208 Gender and Norwegian Culture. Paradoxes of Equality II (15 cr.)

  • An expansion of KULT2207. The courses cannot be combined.
  • The course offers in depth cultural analyses of issues concerning gender and equality with focus on everyday life enactments and cultural constructions of gender.
  • Students will achieve an understanding of the cultural significance of gender and gender equality, as well as an overview of some theoretical concepts and analytical approaches.
  • Contact information: E-mail: jan.grande@ntnu.no
Course code Course title Semester Credits (ECTS)
Courses in English - Applied Ethics:
FI3010 Philosophy of Mind Autumn/Spring 7,5
FI5205 Corporate Responsibility and Ethics Autumn 7,5
FI5206 Technology for a Good Society Autumn 7,5
FI1107 Language and reality Spring 7,5

 

Course code Course title Semester Credits (ECTS)
ARK2001 Archaeological Production of Knowlege 1 Autumn 7,5
ARK3003 Museum and Heritage Studies Autumn 7,5

 

Course code Course title Semester Credits (ECTS)
Courses in English - Dance Studies:
DANS3002 Individual Projec 1 Autumn/Spring 7,5
DANS3003 Dance Analysis Spring 15
DANS3004 Individual Project 2 Autumn/Spring 15
DANS3005 Fieldwork, Archiving and Digitisation Autumn 15
DANS3015

Dance history and heritage in Nordic spaces

Autumn/Spring 10

 

Course code Course title Semester Credits (ECTS)
Courses in English - English:
ENG1001 Global English Spring 7,5
ENG1004 Society, Culture and Language Autumn 7,5
ENG1101 English Linguistics Spring 7,5
ENG1201 Proficiency and Grammar Autumn 7,5
ENG1302 Literature: Drama and Poetry Autumn 7,5
ENG1303 Literature: Prose Fiction Spring 7,5
ENG1404 History and Nation Spring 7,5
ENG2153 First and Second Language Acquisition Autumn 7,5
ENG2155 Theoretical Approaches to English Language Spring 7,5
ENG2302 Literature and History Autumn 7,5
ENG2303 Literature 3: Literature and Nation Spring 7,5
ENG2455 History and Politics Autumn 7,5
ENG2501 Interdiciplinary Course Autumn 7,5
ENG2502 Texts, Culture, Context Spring 7,5
ENG2123 Translation Spring 7,5
ENG3110 Special Subject in English Language Spring 7,5
ENG3316 Special Subject: English-Language Literature before 1900 Autumn 7,5
ENG3317 Special Subject: Modern English-Language Literature Autumn 7,5
ENG3320 Topics in Anglophone Literature Spring 7,5
ENG3423 Special Subject Spring 15
ENG3430 Topics in Literature and Culture Spring 7,5
ENG3450 History, Society and Culture Spring 7,5

 

Course code Course title Semester Credits (ECTS)
Courses in English - European Studies:
EUR2201 European Integration Theory Autumn 7,5
EUR2915 History of European Integration Spring 7,5
EUR3411

The Political Economy of Integration

Autumn 7,5
EUR3413

Governing Europe: Societal Actors, Networks and Lobbying

Autumn 7,5
EUR3414

Differentiated Integration: The Norwegian Case in Perspective

Autumn 7,5
EUR3415

Research and Project Planning

Autumn 7,5
EUR3416

Contesting Europe

Autumn 7,5
EUR3418 EU as a Global Actor Autumn 7,5

 

Course code Course title Semester Credits (ECTS)
Courses in English - Film Studies:
FILM1100 Film and Narration Autumn 15
FILM1101 The History of Film Autumn 15
FILM1102 Theories and Aesthetics of Film Spring 15
FILM1103 Film in Society Spring 7,5
FILM1104 Nordic Cinema and Television Spring 7,5
FILM2001 Documentary Autumn 15
FILM2002 Fiction Spring 15
FILM3012 Currents in Film Studies Autumn 15
FVP3002 Currents in Film Studies Autumn 7,5
FM3000 Theoretical Approaches and Research Design in the Humanities Autumn 7,5
FM3001 Outreach and Communication Autumn 7,5
FM3002 Specialization Subject 1 Spring 7,5
MV2010 Screen Media Autumn 15
MV3015 Currents in Visual Culture Autumn 15

 

Course code Course title Semester Credits (ECTS)
Courses in English - Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture:
KULT2207 Gender: Gender and Norwegian Culture. Paradoxes of Equality 1 Autumn/Spring 7,5
KULT2208 Gender: Gender and Norwegian Culture. Paradoxes of Equality 2 Spring 15

 

Course code Course title Semester Credits (ECTS)
Courses in English - Japanese:
JAP0501 Japanese 1 Autumn 7,5
JAP0502 Japanese 2 Spring 7,5

 

Course code Course title Semester Credits (ECTS)
Courses in English - Language Studies and Linguistics:
SPRÅK2241

Sociolinguistics

Autumn 7,5
SPRÅK3002

Theories in Linguistics

Autumn 7,5
SPRÅK3200 Semantics and Pragmatics Autumn 7,5
SPRÅK3210 Linguistic Theory and Comparative Grammar Spring 7,5
SPRÅK3300 Language and Cognition Spring 7,5
SPRÅK3501 Scientific Communication for Engineers Autumn 7,5

 

Course code Course title Semester Credits (ECTS)
Courses in English - Music:
MUSV1013 Ethnomusicology Spring 7,5
MUSV2003 Popular Music Autumn 7,5
MUSV2004 Nordic Music: From National Romanticism to Sámi Rap Spring 7,5
MUSV3132 Music and Social Justice: Artistic Activism and Applied Research in the Twenty-First Century Autumn 7,5
MUSP4133 History of Music C Autumn 7,5
MUST1060 Basic Music Technology 2 Spring 7,5
MUST2058 Live Sound Autumn 7,5
MUST2059 Sound Art Spring 7,5
MUST2060 Sound for Multimedia Spring 7,5
MUST2062 Digital Composition and Performance Spring 7,5
MUST3053 Digital Signal Processing with Ear Training Autumn 7,5
MUST3054 Electroacoustic Music - Analysis and Composition Autumn 7,5
MUST3055 Studio Production Autumn 7,5

 

Courses in English - Phonetics:
FON1134 Statistics for Phoneticians Autumn 7,5

 

Course code Course title Semester Credits (ECTS)
Courses in English - Religious Studies:
RVI1040 Religions of South Asia Spring 15
RVI2165 Buddhism in South asnd Central Asia Autumn 15
RVI2175 Explaining religion: Why are people religious Autumn and Spring 15
RVI2185 Norwegian Islam: Institutions, Disciplines ans Schools in Historical Perspective Spring 15

 

Course code Course title Semester Credits (ECTS)
Courses in English - Swahili:
SWA1101 Swahili Language Autumn 15

 

Course Code Course title Semester Credits
HFO1004 The Human Era? Autumn 7,5

 

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Courses

NTNU in Trondheim offers a wide variety of courses  taught in English. The majority of the courses can be found using course search:

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Application deadlines

Starting spring semester

  • All: 1 October

Starting autumn semester

  • Non-EU/non-EEA students: 1 April
  • EU/EEA students: 1 May

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