The BA study programme is offered as an e-learning programme in which the 4 subjects leading up to the final research project can be taken individually.
Study when and where you want to
The course offers maximum flexibility through a very advanced e-learning concept and the latest technology.
The e-learning concept makes use of both on-line conference facilities and inter-active multimedia-based learning objects to facilitate individual learning. All teaching is effected over the Internet with standard browsers like Netscape and Microsoft Explorer. Obviously, some degree of self-study is necessary. The student is typically asked to obtain information through books and the Internet before discussing on-line with fellow students.
The timetable provided will indicate when and in which order the student is expected to go through the material. It is possible to go through the material more slowly or quickly than recommended, but the student will be asked to keep pace with fellow students to achieve maximum benefit from on-line discussions.
All communication is done electronically, and no meeting sessions are required. Examinations do take place in Kolding, though, but other solutions are possible.
Note that e-learning is very different from traditional class room teaching. The emphasis is on learning, rather than teaching, which means that much responsibility lies with the student. The concept requires some degree of self-discipline, but the lecturer will of course offer all the support and guidance necessary.
Study groups may be set up on-line to facilitate discussions and learning, and for mutual inspiration and motivation.