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[Deutsch Lernen] Schreibberatung (Studienbegleitung)

 

Allgemeine Information

Kursname Schreibberatung (Studienbegleitung)
Kurstyp Exercise
Kurscode  
Kursverantwortlicher Dr. Annedore Hänel
Fakultät Philosophische Fakultät
Prüfungsamt  
Kurzzusammenfassung Sie brauchen Unterstützung bei der Erstellung Ihrer Hausarbeit, Bachelorarbeit usw.?  Dann nutzen Sie die Beratung zu allen Phasen Ihres Schreibprozesses (Planen, Formulieren, Überarbeiten). Zu Ihren Textauszügen geben wir exemplarisch Feedback und erarbeiten mit Ihnen Strategien, wie Sie Ihre Texte strukturell, sprachlich und stilistisch optimieren. Von diesem Know-how profitieren Sie in Studium und Beruf.  Vereinbaren Sie einen Termin per E-Mail: ahaenel@zfs.uni-kiel.de. Schicken Sie bitte spätestens zwei Tage vor dem Beratungstermin einen Textauszug (max. 5 Seiten) an Ihre Schreibberaterin/Ihren Schreibberater.
   

Information über das Studienniveau

Studienniveau Bachelor, Master
Möglich auch für Alle Studienniveaus
   

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ECTS  
Bewertung  
Angebotshäufigkeit Winter- und Sommersemester
   

Information über die Lehrsprache

Lehrprache Deutsch
Mindestanforderung Keine
Näheres zur Lehrsprache Für alle Kenntnisstufen geeignet.
   

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ChangeBox

 

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Course name Change Box
Course type Practical Exercise
Course code
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Faculty Mathematical and Natural Science
Examination office Geography and Geo Science
Short summary In this course students will developtheir vision of a university of the future that actively promotes social responsibility and sustainable development.
   

Information about study level

Study level Master
Also possible for  
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 6
Evaluation Project
Frequency Winter and summer semester
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B1
Further information on the teaching language Better B2
   

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Recommended requirements  
   

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Course Content

We think the university of the future will need to be a place for developing talents and creativity. It will need to encourage and empower students to take initiative and develop leadership skills. Learning will need to cross the limits between faculties and disciplines, the limits between the university and the society around it. It will need to be based on action and reflection. What is your vision of the university of the future? Are you ready to make your vision a reality? Then you should join us on this learning journey.The aim of this course is to develop the ChangeBox as a place for students to reflect and create their vision of a university of the future. The participants of this course will take leadership in developing the ChangeBox into a campus hub for students, change projects and student initiatives focused on social responsibility and sustainable development.In this course you will develop activities in the following areas:

  • develop and discuss your vision of a university of the future
  • build a team that runs the ChangeBox
  • develop a programme of educational, social and cultural events
  • communicate and market the ChangeBox on campus and beyond (e.g. website, social media, newsletter, offline events)

Workshops and coachingwill providethe necessary skills.

Participants learn to take a leadership role in developing and implementing a student led vision of the university of the future.

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Changemakers and Social Entrepreneurs

 

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Course name Changemakers and Social Entrepreneurs
Course type Exercise
Course code
Course coordinator  
Faculty Mathematical and Natural Science
Examination office Geography and Geo Science
Short summary

The course introduces students to concepts and methods of social change.

   

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Study level  
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Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 6
Evaluation Project
Frequency Winter semester
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B1
Further information on the teaching language Better B2
   

Information about requirements

Recommended requirements

This is an introductory course to social entrepreneurship and planning environmental and social change projects. Participants should have a keen interest in the operation of nonprofit projects.

The course is team and project based. It is not a course for students who look for easy credit points. It requires full commitment to the team and the project. No previous academic knowledge is required. Previous work in a nonprofit context is helpful but not essential.

   

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Course Content

Students will examine case studies of social change organizations, projects and social entrepreneurs who create solutions to society's problems. Case studies wil be selected from a variety of fields (e.g. climate, energy, environment, food, society, economy, education, culture, media and human rights). and different regions. They will be both from small local organizations and multinational enterprises. Case studies will be used to study the relevant issues such as evaluation, financing, Social Return on Investment, scale transferability and sustainability.

On the theoretical level, key concepts from several sciences attempting to explain the emergence of this phenomenom will be discussed such as (instrinsic and extrinsic) motivation, incentive theory, social cohesion and reputation.

Students will develope own concepts for change projects in small teams (defining aims and objectives, analysing needs of the beneficiaries, identifing risks, creating budget, financing change projects, using social media for marketing nonprofit projects, evaulating impacts).

The aim of this course is to empower students to create solutions to society's challenges. This requires equally an understanding of change processes and sociall entrepreneurship at a conceptional level and the ability to develope concepts for own change projects. By the end of the course the students will be familiar with key concepts of social entrepreneurship and how it can be applied in social innovation processes. They will understand the issues involved in planning, financing and evaluating a change procject.

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Communication and Presentation Skills

 

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Course name Communication and Presentation Skills
Course type Seminar
Course code FE-KO-PC
Course coordinator Prabhpreet Chadha-Gebauer
Faculty Key Skills Centre, Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Examination office Gemeinsames Prüfungsamt Philosophische Fakultät
Short summary This is a highly practical and interactive course. It will help you to -express yourself in an authentic and sincere way -give presentations – in English! – your audience will remember
   

Information about study level

Study level Bachelor
Also possible for Master
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 5
Evaluation

Talk, portfolio, preparing application documents, interviews

Frequency Winter and summer semester
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B1
Further information on the teaching language As this is a highly interactive course a B1 (intermediate) level of English is required
   

Information about requirements

Recommended requirements Active participation, work in groups, one talk on an aspect of the seminar, portfolio tasks (weekly) The course includes preparing a curriculum vitae/resume and letter of application and attending/ conducting interviews in English (to be filmed).
   

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Course Content “To express yourself as you are is the most important thing.”
Shunryu Suzuki

To engage the audience with your talk it’s important to know how to connect with them. By turning your talk into a conversation you will reach your audience and successfully transfer your core message.
This course will train you to -prepare professional presentations -give clear, audience-friendly presentations -give and receive feedback in English.
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Communicative skills

 

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Course name Communicative Skills
Course type Exercise
Course code  
Course coordinator  
Faculty English Studies
Examination office Gemeinsames Prüfungsamt in der Philosophischen Fakultät
Short summary The course provides knowledge adapted to different job related contexts: presentation techniques, job interview, job applications, proposals, formal letters, mail correspondance, phone calls, ect.. Reference is North America.
   

Information about study level

Study level Bachelor
Also possible for Bachelor, Master, PhD
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 3
Evaluation Written Exam
Frequency Winter and Summer semester
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B1
Further information on the teaching language  
   

Information about requirements

Recommended requirements Suitable for all subjects – it is an interdisciplinary and introductory course.
   

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Reading list Will be made available
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Doing Science

 

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Course name Doing Science
Course type  
Course code bioc-110
Course coordinator Prof. Dr. Martin Wahl
Faculty Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Examination office Examination Office of the Department of Biology
Short summary This module aims at teaching and practicing specific skills necessary for participating in scientific research. Topics to be covered are: Recognition of scientifically interesting questions, formulation of hypotheses, gathering data and designing experiments. Analysis of results and graphic presentation. Written and Oral Scientific Communication.  Critical review of scientific literature. Writing a proposal.
   

Information about study level

Study level Master
Also possible for  
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 6
Evaluation Oral presentation and homework
Frequency Winter semester
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B1
Further information on the teaching language  
   

Information about requirements

Recommended requirements A bachelor’s degree and participation in a master study programme in a scientific discipline.
   

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Course Content This module will equip students to pursue independent scientific research, be able to critically read and judge scientific literature and communicate their results lucidly in oral and verbal form.
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Einführung in die Techniken des wissenschaftlichen Arbeitens

 

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Kursname Einführung in die Techniken des wissenschaftlichen Arbeitens
Kurstyp Übung
Kurscode  
Kursverantwortlicher  
Fakultät Philosophische Fakultät
Prüfungsamt Gemeinsames Prüfungsamt
Kurzzusammenfassung Für ein erfolgreiches Studium ist eine selbstständige und wissenschaftliche Arbeitsweise unabdingbar. Mit dem Beginn des Studiums betreten die Studierenden in dieser Hinsicht Neuland, wird ihnen in der Schule doch zumeist jeglicher Stoff fertig zubereitet „serviert“. Im universitären Unterricht werden neben einer aktiven Teilnahme und einer guten Selbstorganisation auch die Übernahme von Referaten oder Moderationseinheiten sowie die Anfertigung von Protokollen vorausgesetzt. Des Weiteren müssen komplexe Sachverhalte durch den fachgerechten Umgang mit Forschungsliteratur eigenständig erarbeitet und präsentiert sowie Handouts und PowerPoint-Präsentationen erstellt werden. Um die jeweiligen Module zu bestehen, schreiben die Studierenden neben Klausuren auch Hausarbeiten. Gerade letztere stellen Studienanfänger häufig vor bisher noch nicht überwundene Hürden, denn neben der Forderung nach einer inhaltlich stimmigen Ausarbeitung in einem wissenschaftlichen Stil wird insbesondere auch ein Fokus auf die Auswahl adäquater Quellen, auf wissenschaftlich korrektes Zitieren und generell auf die Einhaltung formaler Kriterien gelegt. Im Kurs werden die Studierenden mit den oben erwähnten Techniken des wissenschaftlichen Arbeitens vertraut gemacht und erhalten die Gelegenheit, diese zu üben. Dabei wird sowohl auf mündliche und schriftliche Präsentationen eingegangen als auch auf Recherchemöglichkeiten und die Benutzung der Bibliotheken. Zudem beinhaltet die Übung eine interkulturelle Trainingseinheit. Der Kurs richtet sich nicht ausschließlich an Studienanfänger, sondern ist für alle Bachelor-Studierenden geeignet und bietet Raum für alle fachlichen und methodischen Fragen, die sich zu Beginn des Studiums ergeben.
   

Information über das Studienniveau

Studienniveau Bachelor
Möglich auch für  
   

Informationen über Leistungspunkte, Bewertung und Angebotshäufigkeit

ECTS 2
Bewertung  
Angebotshäufigkeit Winter term
   

Information über die Lehrsprache

Lehrsprache Deutsch
Mindestanforderung B1
Näheres zur Lehrsprache  
   

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Graphic Recording and Visualisation: Making science visual and engaging

 

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Course name Graphic Recording and Visualisation: Making science visual and engaging
Course type Exercise
Course code  
Course coordinator  
Faculty Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Examination office Gemeinsames Prüfungsamt in der Philosophischen Fakultät
Short summary How to graphically communicate complex scientific information. Exploring different techniques of visualising information. Exploring applications for graphic recording, including in meetings, workshops, lectures, conferences, and other contexts; Slide and poster design Theoretical groundwork.
   

Information about study level

Study level Bachelor / Master / PhD
Also possible for Suitable for Bachelors and Masters at all levels
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 2,5
Evaluation Portfolio
Frequency Winter term
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B1
Further information on the teaching language Better B2
   

Information about requirements

Recommended requirements Suitable for all subjects – it is an interdisciplinary and introductory course.
   

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Course Content  
Reading list Will be made available
Additional information Learn methods for communicating scientific information clearly and engagingly through visualisation; Develop visual language and a vocabulary of symbols that can be applied during real-time graphic recording; Find the best visualisation method for you based on background, interests, and skills, and develop this within the frame of the course; Learn to adapt visualisation of information to various situations and target audiences; Be able and confident to do graphic recording during group work, at conferences, in workshops, and more.

Intercultural Communication Through Multicultural Teamwork

 

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Course name Intercultural Communication Through Multicultural Teamwork
Course type Lecture
Course code 051140
Course coordinator Prabhpreet Chadha-Gebauer
Faculty Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Examination office Gemeinsames Prüfungsamt in der Philosophischen Fakultät
Short summary Intercultural learning helps us understand and value cultural diversity. This seminar will look at different definitions, dimensions and manifestations of culture. By focussing on our own perception of culture, and by raising awareness of our enculturation processes we will analyze our individual role and behavior in intercultural contexts. An introductory session on the principles of intercultural communication will help you to explore strategies for overcoming barriers to intercultural communication. In order to apply theory to practice you will be required to work in multicultural teams on different projects. Through mutual learning, mutual understanding and collaboration you will act as facilitators to bridge the gap between different worldviews and help each other appreciate resources that diversity offers. This seminar serves as a potential context for students to acknowledge intercultural competence as a key competence for their personal and professional development.
   

Information about study level

Study level Bachelor / Master / PhD
Also possible for Suitable for Bachelors and Masters at all levels
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 5
Evaluation Portfolio
Frequency Winter and summer term
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B1
Further information on the teaching language  
   

Information about requirements

Recommended requirements Suitable for all subjects – it is an interdisciplinary and introductory course.
   

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Course Content Learning Objectives • Application of research, reflection and experience to intercultural situations • Reflection of one’s own cultural values, assumptions and behaviour • Developing strategies to overcome minunderstandings in intercultural contexts • Appreciating cultural diversity and recognizing its potential for personal development • Exploring benefits of culturally diverse teams in project work
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Konfliktmanagement

 

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Course name Konfliktmanagement
Course type Seminar
Course code FE-KO-KME
Course coordinator Daniela Dlugosch, Kate Simmons
Faculty Key Skills Centre, Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Examination office  
Short summary Konflikte erkennen, bearbeiten, lösen – das sind die Themen dieser Veranstaltung. Konflikte und Widerstände sind häufig in alltäglichen Situationen zu finden. Dieses Seminar beschäftigt sich mit den Grundlagen der Konflikttheorien und des Konfliktmanagements. Konfliktursachen, Konfliktsignale, Konfliktarten und Konfliktverläufe werden untersucht, mit Hilfe von Konfliktdiagnoseschemata analysiert und im zweiten Schritt unter Bezugnahme verschiedener Gesprächstechniken gelöst.
   

Information about study level

Study level Bachelor
Also possible for Master
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 5
Evaluation  
Frequency Winter and Summer semester
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language Deutsch
Minimum language requirement B1
Further information on the teaching language As this is a highly interactive course a B2 (upper intermediate) level of English is recommended
   

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Course Content Ziel ist es, Konfliktpotentiale zu erkennen, die eigene Konfliktpersönlichkeit kennen zu lernen und verschiedene Ansätze der Lösungsfindung anzuwenden. Dabei geht es um den Aufbau der eigenen Konfliktkompetenz, die in Rollenspielen mit Videoanalyse praktisch trainiert wird. Weiterhin ist es Ziel dieser Veranstaltung, Ihnen Werkzeuge an die Hand zu geben, die Sie befähigen, Konflikte in Ihrer Umgebung lösungsorientiert zu moderieren.
Reading list Marshall B. Rosenberg: Nonviolent Communication; a language of life; 2003. Friedrich Glasl: Confronting conflict; a first-aid kit for handling conflict, 1999. Thomas Gordon: Leader Effectiveness Training, 2001. Roger Fisher / William Ury: Getting to yes, 2012.
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Planning and Managing Science Projects

 

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Course name Planning and Managing Science Projects
Course type Exercise and Lecture
Course code AEF-EM029
Course coordinator Priv.-Doz. Dr. Tobias W. Donath
Faculty Faculty of Agricultural and Nutritional Sciences
Examination office pruefungsamt@agrar.uni-kiel.de
Short summary Basics of project management, use of project management software, use of content-management systems,context of public, governmental and private projects.
   

Information about study level

Study level Master
Also possible for  
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 6
Evaluation Written Examination
Frequency Winter Term
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B1
Further information on the teaching language  
   

Information about requirements

Recommended requirements Via internet multiple and useful introductory material on project management ist provided. Besides others,watching the following the following video will support participants to accommodate in this module: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9k0yBMYlhQ&noredirect=1
   

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Course Content Students are familiar with the basics of project management in the sectors of investigation, public institutions and services. They are able to use appropriate project management software and content-managementsystems.
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Planning Research Projects

 

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Course name Planning Research Projects
Course type Practical exercise
Course code
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Faculty Mathematical and Natural Science
Examination office Geography and Geo Science
Short summary The course leads students through all stages of planning a research project for the module "Project 1" (second semester). The focus is on planning research projects in the social sciences.
   

Information about study level

Study level  
Also possible for  
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 6
Evaluation Project
Frequency Winter semester
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B2
Further information on the teaching language  
   

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Recommended requirements  
   

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Course Content

The course leads students through all stages of planning a research project for the module "Project 1" (second semester). The focus is on planning research projects in the social sciences. Initially, the course introduces students to concepts and methods of social science research. Students will examine scientific problems and develop research proposals to deal with them. Students will be grouped according to their specific fields of interest and also their prior knowledge and experience. They will become familiar with the existing research (both in terms of papers as well as projects) and learn how to deal with them to develop new research questions. This course will familiarize students with Citavi.

The aim of this course is to empower students to develop a research design. This requires understanding of scientific work as well as in depth understanding of social and environmental problems. At the end of the course, students will be familiar with key concepts of scientific work and key components of research design. They will understand and address how to set up a research project and how to reach out to other researchers and cooperate with them.

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Self Management

 

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Course name Self Management
Course type Seminar
Course code  
Course coordinator  
Faculty Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Examination office Gemeinsames Prüfungsamt in der Philosophischen Fakultät
Short summary This seminar covers conflict theories and conflict management. It addresses conflict signals, types of conflict and disputes, and conflict development. These are schematically analysed, then resolved using various discussion techniques. The chief objective is to develop competence in the face of conflict; this is trained practically in role plays, which will be filmed.
   

Information about study level

Study level Bachelor / Master / PhD
Also possible for Suitable for Bachelors and Masters at all levels
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 5
Evaluation Portfolio
Frequency WIntersemester
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B1
Further information on the teaching language better B2
   

Information about requirements

Recommended requirements Suitable for all subjects – it is an interdisciplinary and introductory course.
   

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Statistical & Mathematical Tools

 

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Course name Statistical & Mathematical Tools
Course type Lecture and Exercise
Course code AEF-EM030
Course coordinator Dr. agr. Georg Hörmann
Faculty Faculty of Agricultural and Nutritional Sciences
Examination office pruefungsamt@agrar.uni-kiel.de
Short summary Data management: organisation of data bases, format conversions, data base functionsDescriptive statistics: mean, standard deviation, confidence interval. Inferential statistics: regression,ANOVA. Biological methods: ordination methods, clustering. Time series analysis: spectral analysis, crosscorrelation, analysis and display of spatial data, use of R as a GIS
   

Information about study level

Study level Master
Also possible for  
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 6
Evaluation Written Examination
Frequency Winter Term
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B1
Further information on the teaching language  
   

Information about requirements

Recommended requirements General computer knowledge, course in basic statistics
   

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Course Content Students learn to apply statistical methods with the R system for statistical analysis for ecological research.After an introduction to data management and data analysis the students learn to use methods for the sta-tistical interpretation of ecological data. Exercises include the use of common procedures for exploratorydata analysis, fundamentals of descriptive and inferential statistics, e.g. means, standard deviation, ANOVA,regressions. Furthermore, students learn specific methods of biological ecology, e.g. similarity coefficients,ordination, multivariate methods. Time series analysis is used to analyze fluctuations and interference bet-ween parameters. A special unit is devoted to the treatment of spatial data
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Wirtschaftlich geführte Einrichtungen und Unternehmen verstehen - Projekte managen

 

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Kursname Wirtschaftlich geführte Einrichtungen und Unternehmen verstehen - Projekte managen
Kurstyp Seminar
Kurscode FE-BW-EM
Kursverantwortlicher Helmut Ladehoff
Fakultät Zentrum für Schlüsselqualifikationen, Philosophische Fakultät
Prüfungsamt Gemeinsames Prüfungsamt Philosophische Fakultät
Kurzzusammenfassung Erarbeitet wird anhand vieler aktueller praktischer Beispiele und Fallstudien mit Bezug zu den im Kurs vertretenen Hauptfächern das notwendige Rüstzeug, sich als Berufseinsteiger/in schnell in Unternehmen oder in anderen wirtschaftlich geführten Einrichtungen zu orientieren. Darüber hinaus erlangen die Studierenden das Wissen, um unternehmerisches Denken und Handeln nachvollziehen zu können und wirtschaftliche Grundlagen kennenzulernen. Im zweiten Teil einer jeden Veranstaltung werden die Kenntnisse des Projektmanagements erarbeitet. Studium, Wissenschaft und Arbeitswelt erfordern in zunehmend stärkerem Maße effektive Kooperation in Teams. Der Einzelkämpfer ist weniger gefragt; dagegen gewinnen in immer dynamischeren Umfeldern vernetzte Arbeitsstrukturen mehr und mehr an Bedeutung. Die adäquate Organisationsform dafür sind das Projekt und Projektmanagement. Was sind Projekte, welche Instrumente kommen im Rahmen von Projektarbeit zum Einsatz und wie können Projekte effektiv gemanagt werden, sind Fragestellungen dieses Seminars. Insbesondere werden folgende Inhalte behandelt:
  • Grundlagen des Projektmanagements
  • Phasen im Projektablauf und der Projektorganisation
  • Einführung in die Software MS Project als DV-Unterstützung bei der Projektplanung und –überwachung.
  • Was alles in Projekten passieren kann: Stolpersteine und deren Vermeidung
   

Information über das Studienniveau

Studienniveau Bachelor
Möglich auch für Master
   

Informationen über Leistungspunkte, Bewertung und Angebotshäufigkeit

ECTS 5
Bewertung Kurz-Referat, Teamarbeit Erstellung Businessplan
Angebotshäufigkeit Winter- und Sommersemester
   

Information über die Lehrsprache

Lehrsprache Deutsch
Mindestanforderung B1
Näheres zur Lehrsprache Kurzreferat auch in englischer Sprache möglich.
   

Information über die Zugangsvoraussetzungen

Empfohlene Zugangsvoraussetzungen Kein Vorwissen, bis auf Deutsch- und Englisch-Sprachkenntnisse erforderlich. Nicht geeignet für Studierende, die bereits über umfangreichere BWL-Kenntnisse verfügen. Zielgruppe: GeisteswissenschaftlerInnen, TechnikerInnen, InformatikerInnen, NaturwissenschaftlerInnen, insbesondere Bachelor, aber in Einzelfällen auch Master.
   

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Lehrinhalte Die Studierenden erwerben grundlegende wirtschaftliche und Projektmanagement-Kenntnisse. Sie wenden die ökonomische Terminologie sicher an und setzen einfachere Modelle und für das Fach typische Lösungsverfahren sachgerecht ein. Die Studierenden können eigenständig kleine Projekte planen, umsetzen, überwachen sowie im Zuge eines systematischen Abschlusses reflektieren und Prozesse wie Ergebnisse präsentieren. Sie beherrschen Techniken, um Projekte zu lenken, auftretende Probleme adäquat zu bewältigen, die Planung dem aktuellen Projektfortschritt anzupassen und Optimierungspotenziale zu heben. Die Studierenden blicken über den Tellerrand des eigenen Faches hinaus und erlangen so berufsbezogene, aber auch in vielen weiteren Lebensbereichen anwendbare Handlungsfähigkeit. Damit wird eine gute Voraussetzung dafür geschaffen, den sich schnell wandelnden Anforderungen langfristig gewachsen zu bleiben. Teamfähigkeit, Eigenverantwortung, Kreativität und Problemlösungskompetenz werden im Rahmen anwendungsorientierten Lernens in interdisziplinären Gruppen ebenso gefördert, wie der Transfer wirtschaftlicher Denkweisen und Methoden in das eigene Studienfach. Mit dem erlangten Wissen und den aufgebauten Schlüsselkompetenzen sind die Studierenden befähigt, wirtschaftlich zu denken und zu handeln sowie kompetent in Projekten mitzuwirken.
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