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Master's Degree Programme in Library and Information Services

Autumn 2015

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Year of study 1 2 3
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ADVANCED STUDIES 50                                    
Network leadership
                                   
Information as a leadership tool 5
   
     
           
Public affairs 5
   
     
           
Library Service Design 5
   
     
           
Leadership in a public organisation 5  
   
       
 
Methodological Studies
                                   
Research Methods 5
   
     
           
Development and operational research 5  
   
       
 
A changing society and future research 5
   
     
           
Project management
                                   
Project feasibility 5
   
     
           
Project planning 5
   
     
           
Project implementation 5
   
     
           
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SPECIALISATIONS 0                                    
OPTIONAL STUDIES 30                                    
Management Studies
                                   
Work Community and Working Life Skills 5
   
     
           
Strategic Management 5  
   
       
 
Management of Knowledge and Competences 5  
   
       
 
Management Communication 5  
   
       
 
Innovation Management 5  
   
       
 
Finances and Funding 5  
   
       
 
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MASTER'S THESIS 10                                    
Master's thesis 10  
   
       
 
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ECTS credits per period / semester / academic year 45 36 9 22.5 22.5 18 18 9 11.3 11.3 11.3 11.3 9 9 9 9 9 0

Due to the timing of optional and elective courses, credit accumulation per semester / academic year may vary.

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