The Installation and automation specialisation (DA)2023/2024
- Purpose and learning objectives
The graduate has acquired:Skills
- development-based knowledge of environmental aspects and sustainability in complex construction and industrial installations, as well as optimisation and operation of automatic systems.
- an understanding of practice, discipline-specific methods and theories of development in complex construction and industrial installations, as well as optimisation and operation of automatic systems, and an ability to reflect on practice and the application of theories and methods.
The graduate is able to:Competences
- apply methods and tools for the optimisation of complex construction and industrial
installations and operation of automatic systems and master the further development and
adaptation of solutions.
- assess practice-oriented and theoretical issues as well as justify and select relevant solutions to ensure sustainability in the choice of technology and materials.
- communicate practice-oriented and professional issues and solutions to partners and users.
The graduate is able to:
- handle innovative, complex and development-oriented solutions for the design and
application of automated solutions in an industrial context.
- independently engage in academic and interdisciplinary collaboration with other professional groups for the optimisation of complex construction and industrial installations and operation of automatic systems and assume responsibility within the framework of a code of professional ethics.
- identify their own learning requirements and develop their own knowledge, skills and competencies - academically, methodically and across disciplines - in construction and industrial installation optimisation and operation of automatic systems in the development of interdisciplinary technical solutions.
- Type of instruction
The bachelor's degree programme in product development and integrative technology applies a wide range of teaching and learning methods including:
- Classroom teaching
- Group work
- Case-based exercises
- Games and role play
- Company field trips
- Interdisciplinary project-oriented teaching
- Problem-based learning
- Interdisciplinary knowledge sharing
- Student presentations
- Cooperative learning
- Digital learning technologies and learning environments
- Independent study
The learning outcomes of the exam are identical with the learning outcomes of the subject(s)/modul(es)Prerequisites for access to the examinationA crucial part of this study programme’s justification is the integration part – that is acquiring competencies to integrate technical skills in interaction with others. This is the so-called integrator role. This is one of the reasons why this programme is based on group work, and in order to get a good outcome, students must necessarily take part in this group work. Therefore, we recommend that students participate in the teaching and submit and present the assignments and projects involved.
Exam forms based on the assessment of written work require the written part should be submitted on time and satisfy all the formal requirements for the exam. If not, the student cannot take the exam until the requirements have been satisfied, and the student will have used one exam attempt.
Attendance at plenary days is mandatory.Exam in one or more subjectsSubject/module is tested standaloneThe individual learning outcomes are assessed during the examination for the Final Bachelor Project
¨Type of examCombined written and oral examinationSee description for Final Bachelor ProjektIndividual exam or group examIndividualExam languagesDanish (Norwegian/Swedish)Type of evaluation7-point grading scaleExaminersExternal censure
In the subject The Installation and automation specialisation (DA) you will receive 0 hours of instruction, which corresponds to 0 lessons (1 lesson = 45 min.) and 0% of your total workload for the subject.
The teaching primarily consists of the following activities: project work.
The preparation primarily consists of the following activities: project work, preparation for the exam, collecting empiricism, searching for information, reading the curriculum.
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*KEA can deviate from the number of hours if this is justified by special circumstances