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Nordic Languages and Literature, Advanced Programme
30 ECTS credits - 1 Semesters semester - Kristiansand
Nordic Language and Literature, One-year programme, or the equivalent.
This advanced course offers specialisation in Nordic
languages and literature beyond the one-year study programme,
60 sp. The courses on offer expand on topics covered during the
one-year study programme, or they can have a more independent
profile. The Nordic perspective is explored in more depth than
is done during the one-year study
Arrangements for the recognition of prior learning are described in the information on the institution under "General arrangements for the recognition of prior learning (formal, informal and non-formal)".
For a description of the examination regulations, see the Examination Regulations of the University of Agder.
For information about the Norwegian grading system, see ECTS credits and grades. Specific information on grading for each course is found in the individual course descriptions.
The Examination Regulations of the University of Agder regulate the graduation requirements for each programme of study.
Elective courses (each comprising 10
LIT-201 Trauma Theory and Literature
NO-205 Nordic Languages and Instruction in Neighbour Languages
NO-207 Subject area in Nordic Language
NO-208 Subject area in Nordic Literature
Through in-depth study students will further develop their knowledge of Norwegian and Nordic languages and literature, and the understanding of the role language and literature plays in a broad cultural perspective. Through employing both theoretical and practical approaches, students will acquire in-depth knowledge regarding language and text, and they will be made capable of imparting their knowledge and understanding to others.
Lectures and seminars.
There will be a variety of examination forms in the individual courses, see course descriptions.
The programme strengthens students´ professional ability for Norwegian instruction at the upper secondary school level. It also allows the opportunity for admission to the Master´s Degree Programme in Nordic, see admission requirements for Nordic Languages and Literature, Master´s Degree Programme.
Programme Coordinator (Rune Røsstad (38 14 20 60, email@example.com)
Faculty of Humanities and Education