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Studying at a University of Applied SciencesLaajuus (2 cr)

Code: XX00CG96

Objective

Students are able to
- function in a university of applied sciences
- develop their learning, studying and job seeking skills
- use efficiently different learning environments
- learn about their own field of study and employment opportunities in the field
- identify their individual opportunities for internationalisation

Content

- structure of studies and different ways of conducting studies
- study orientation and Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences as a work community
- statutes regulating higher education studies, regulations an rules of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- student union activities
- library services of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- developing learning and study skills
- social benefits for students and welfare services at Seinäjoki University of Applies Sciences
- career planning and job seeking skills
- relevance of internationalisation skills
- opportunities for further studies

Qualifications

The student and the study counsellor go through other recommended studies when planning the student’s personal curriculum.

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.
Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 31.05.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Bachelor of Business Administration, DP in International Business
Teachers
  • Päivi Uitti
Student groups
  • IB22C
  • IB22B
  • IB22A

Objective

Students are able to
- function in a university of applied sciences
- develop their learning, studying and job seeking skills
- use efficiently different learning environments
- learn about their own field of study and employment opportunities in the field
- identify their individual opportunities for internationalisation

Content

- structure of studies and different ways of conducting studies
- study orientation and Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences as a work community
- statutes regulating higher education studies, regulations an rules of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- student union activities
- library services of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- developing learning and study skills
- social benefits for students and welfare services at Seinäjoki University of Applies Sciences
- career planning and job seeking skills
- relevance of internationalisation skills
- opportunities for further studies

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lessons, visiting lecturers, visits, group and pair activities, written assignments

Student workload

53 hours of student's work
45 hours of lessons, 8 hours independent work

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.
Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills.

Qualifications

The student and the study counsellor go through other recommended studies when planning the student’s personal curriculum.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 13.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 16.10.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Bachelor of Engineering, Automation Engineering
Teachers
  • Pia-Mari Riihilahti
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Jorma Mettälä
Student groups
  • AE22B
    Bachelor of Engineering, Automation Engineering, remote
  • AE22A
    Bachelor of Engineering, Automation Engineering

Objective

Students are able to
- function in a university of applied sciences
- develop their learning, studying and job seeking skills
- use efficiently different learning environments
- learn about their own field of study and employment opportunities in the field
- identify their individual opportunities for internationalisation

Content

- structure of studies and different ways of conducting studies
- study orientation and Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences as a work community
- statutes regulating higher education studies, regulations an rules of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- student union activities
- library services of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- developing learning and study skills
- social benefits for students and welfare services at Seinäjoki University of Applies Sciences
- career planning and job seeking skills
- relevance of internationalisation skills
- opportunities for further studies

Materials

- website and intranet of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences: http://www.seamk.fi
- curricula of degree programmes: ops.seamk.fi
- material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

53 hours, which consists of contact teaching, assignments, and exercises (partly online)

realization.localizedApproveRejectDescription

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.
Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills.

Assessment methods and criteria

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

The student and the study counsellor go through other recommended studies when planning the student’s personal curriculum.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 18.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 30.10.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Bachelor of Engineering, Agri-food Engineering
Teachers
  • Jarmo Alarinta
  • Sarita Ventelä
Student groups
  • AFE22A
    Bachelor of Engineering, Agri-Food Engineering, full time studies
  • AFE22B
    Bachelor of Engineering, Agri-Food Engineering, full time studies

Objective

Students are able to
- function in a university of applied sciences
- develop their learning, studying and job seeking skills
- use efficiently different learning environments
- learn about their own field of study and employment opportunities in the field
- identify their individual opportunities for internationalisation

Content

- structure of studies and different ways of conducting studies
- study orientation and Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences as a work community
- statutes regulating higher education studies, regulations an rules of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- student union activities
- library services of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- developing learning and study skills
- social benefits for students and welfare services at Seinäjoki University of Applies Sciences
- career planning and job seeking skills
- relevance of internationalisation skills
- opportunities for further studies

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.
Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills.

Qualifications

The student and the study counsellor go through other recommended studies when planning the student’s personal curriculum.

Enrollment

22.08.2022 - 31.08.2022

Timing

22.08.2022 - 30.10.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Hilkka Latva-Somppi
  • Suzana Zegrea
  • Marjut Asunmaa
  • Kari Jokiranta
  • Paula Paloniemi
Student groups
  • MRN22
    Degree Programme in Nursing, Nursing Branch, Registered Nurse, RN, (UAS)

Objective

Students are able to
- function in a university of applied sciences
- develop their learning, studying and job seeking skills
- use efficiently different learning environments
- learn about their own field of study and employment opportunities in the field
- identify their individual opportunities for internationalisation

Content

- structure of studies and different ways of conducting studies
- study orientation and Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences as a work community
- statutes regulating higher education studies, regulations an rules of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- student union activities
- library services of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- developing learning and study skills
- social benefits for students and welfare services at Seinäjoki University of Applies Sciences
- career planning and job seeking skills
- relevance of internationalisation skills
- opportunities for further studies

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.
Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills.

Qualifications

The student and the study counsellor go through other recommended studies when planning the student’s personal curriculum.

Enrollment

01.08.2021 - 05.09.2021

Timing

30.08.2021 - 31.12.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • English
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Alpo Anttonen
  • Anna Rauha
  • Suzana Zegrea
  • Marjut Asunmaa
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • RN21
    Degree Programme in Nursing, Nursing Branch, Registered Nurse, RN, (UAS)

Objective

Students are able to
- function in a university of applied sciences
- develop their learning, studying and job seeking skills
- use efficiently different learning environments
- learn about their own field of study and employment opportunities in the field
- identify their individual opportunities for internationalisation

Content

- structure of studies and different ways of conducting studies
- study orientation and Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences as a work community
- statutes regulating higher education studies, regulations an rules of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- student union activities
- library services of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- developing learning and study skills
- social benefits for students and welfare services at Seinäjoki University of Applies Sciences
- career planning and job seeking skills
- relevance of internationalisation skills
- opportunities for further studies

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.
Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills.

Qualifications

The student and the study counsellor go through other recommended studies when planning the student’s personal curriculum.

Enrollment

30.07.2021 - 12.09.2021

Timing

30.08.2021 - 17.10.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • English
Degree programmes
  • Bachelor of Engineering, Automation Engineering
Teachers
  • Pia-Mari Riihilahti
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Jorma Mettälä
Student groups
  • AE21
    Bachelor of Engineering, Automation Engineering

Objective

Students are able to
- function in a university of applied sciences
- develop their learning, studying and job seeking skills
- use efficiently different learning environments
- learn about their own field of study and employment opportunities in the field
- identify their individual opportunities for internationalisation

Content

- structure of studies and different ways of conducting studies
- study orientation and Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences as a work community
- statutes regulating higher education studies, regulations an rules of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- student union activities
- library services of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- developing learning and study skills
- social benefits for students and welfare services at Seinäjoki University of Applies Sciences
- career planning and job seeking skills
- relevance of internationalisation skills
- opportunities for further studies

Materials

- website and intranet of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences: http://www.seamk.fi
- curricula of degree programmes: ops.seamk.fi
- material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

53 hours, which consists of contact teaching, assignments, and exercises (partly online)

realization.localizedApproveRejectDescription

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.
Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills.

Assessment methods and criteria

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

The student and the study counsellor go through other recommended studies when planning the student’s personal curriculum.

Enrollment

30.08.2021 - 30.09.2021

Timing

30.08.2021 - 25.05.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • English
Degree programmes
  • Bachelor of Business Administration, DP in International Business
Teachers
  • Päivi Uitti
Student groups
  • IB21

Objective

Students are able to
- function in a university of applied sciences
- develop their learning, studying and job seeking skills
- use efficiently different learning environments
- learn about their own field of study and employment opportunities in the field
- identify their individual opportunities for internationalisation

Content

- structure of studies and different ways of conducting studies
- study orientation and Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences as a work community
- statutes regulating higher education studies, regulations an rules of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- student union activities
- library services of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- developing learning and study skills
- social benefits for students and welfare services at Seinäjoki University of Applies Sciences
- career planning and job seeking skills
- relevance of internationalisation skills
- opportunities for further studies

Materials

Material provided by the lecturer

Teaching methods

Lessons, assignments, visits and seminars

Employer connections

Company visits, alumni visits

Exam schedules

No exam

International connections

Alumni visits from other countries

Completion alternatives

Online participation in lessons

Student workload

56 hours
50 hours lessons and 6 hours of independent work

realization.localizedApproveRejectDescription

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills.

Compulsory minimum attendance 80% of lessons, visits and seminars.

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.
Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills.

Assessment methods and criteria

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills.

Compulsory minimum attendance 80% of lessons, visits and seminars.

Qualifications

The student and the study counsellor go through other recommended studies when planning the student’s personal curriculum.

Enrollment

01.09.2020 - 30.09.2020

Timing

01.09.2020 - 31.05.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • English
Degree programmes
  • Bachelor of Business Administration, DP in International Business
Teachers
  • Päivi Uitti
Student groups
  • IB20

Objective

Students are able to
- function in a university of applied sciences
- develop their learning, studying and job seeking skills
- use efficiently different learning environments
- learn about their own field of study and employment opportunities in the field
- identify their individual opportunities for internationalisation

Content

- structure of studies and different ways of conducting studies
- study orientation and Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences as a work community
- statutes regulating higher education studies, regulations an rules of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- student union activities
- library services of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- developing learning and study skills
- social benefits for students and welfare services at Seinäjoki University of Applies Sciences
- career planning and job seeking skills
- relevance of internationalisation skills
- opportunities for further studies

Materials

Material provided by the lecturer

Teaching methods

Lessons, assignments, visits and seminars

Employer connections

Company visits, alumni visits

Exam schedules

No exam

International connections

Alumni visits from other countries

Completion alternatives

Online participation in lessons

Student workload

56 hours
50 hours lessons and 6 hours of independent work

realization.localizedApproveRejectDescription

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills.

Compulsory minimum attendance 80% of lessons, visits and seminars.

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.
Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills.

Assessment methods and criteria

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills.

Compulsory minimum attendance 80% of lessons, visits and seminars.

Qualifications

The student and the study counsellor go through other recommended studies when planning the student’s personal curriculum.

Enrollment

26.08.2019 - 30.09.2019

Timing

26.08.2019 - 29.05.2020

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • English
Degree programmes
  • Bachelor of Business Administration, DP in International Business
Teachers
  • Päivi Uitti
Student groups
  • IB19

Objective

Students are able to
- function in a university of applied sciences
- develop their learning, studying and job seeking skills
- use efficiently different learning environments
- learn about their own field of study and employment opportunities in the field
- identify their individual opportunities for internationalisation

Content

- structure of studies and different ways of conducting studies
- study orientation and Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences as a work community
- statutes regulating higher education studies, regulations an rules of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- student union activities
- library services of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- developing learning and study skills
- social benefits for students and welfare services at Seinäjoki University of Applies Sciences
- career planning and job seeking skills
- relevance of internationalisation skills
- opportunities for further studies

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.
Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills.

Qualifications

The student and the study counsellor go through other recommended studies when planning the student’s personal curriculum.