Every degree programme has a curriculum that states the name and the scope of every study unit, their objectives and contents, the amount of teaching and training, completions required for graduation and the party in charge of the teaching implementation. Curriculums are published in the Study Guide.
Your curriculum, which depends on the year you start your studies, states what study modules and units are part of your degree. You can also often see the timing of study units per academic year. Your curriculum stays the same throughout yours studies. The selection of elective studies changes yearly.
The curriculum includes elective professional competence courses and optional studies. You can find optional studies for a degree programme or for an educational field in your curriculum. An up-to-date selection of optional studies for LAB students is in the Study Guide.
Study Guide online
Find a general description of each education type under the main menu. After the description you can see all study programmes related to that type.
Study programme information by tab
- See a general description of a study programme in the Programme tab.
- Find links to yearly published curriculums in the Curricula tab.
- The Implementations tab lists all implementations linked to a study programme.
Select a curriculum according to the start year (and study path) of your studies.
Curriculum information by tab
- The Structure tab shows the modules and units of the curriculum.
In most curriculums you can see how units and modules are timed for the study years. You can filter studies by timing if your curriculum has this information.
You can search for an individual unit or a module in the curriculum by using the search bar.
- In the Description tab you can see a more specific description of the curriculum if this informatin is provided.
- You can find a PDF version of the curriculum in the Attachments tab.
The name of a study module or a unit is a link. By clicking the name you can find more information of the unit.
Study unit information
- Name of the unit
- Find the study unit code after the name of the unit. The code is a mix of letters and numbers (for example KE00BT61 in the picture below). The code differentiates similar units from each other.
Nb! Only enroll for units that are in your curriculum or part of your PSP. Check the unit codes in your PSP or curriculum. If you need help with your studies, discuss with your teacher tutor what units or studies could be included in your degree.
- All published implementations are listed under the Upcoming implementations header. Nb! If there are more than two upcoming implementations, click the Show all text to see all options.
- The Learning outcomes of the course section describes the learning outcomes of the unit.
- If the unit is part of module, information of the module is presented on the right side of the window.
- The year of study for the unit is also presented on the right side of the window.
- The type of the course is compulsary by default (ask for more information from your tutor teacher)
- Number of ECTS credits allocated
- Level of course
The published upcoming implementations are listed under the Upcoming implementations headline. You can see the unit name, unit code and implementation number. For example English for Work KE00BT61-3003 (see picture below). You can also see the timing of the unit, the number of credit points and the group for which the implementation is designed for. You can see more information about an implementation by clicking the plus sign at the end of the row.