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1 Curriculum for the Academy Profession Degree Programme in Energy Technology Version: 2016 Curriculum for the Academy Profession Degree Programme in Energy Technology 2016

2 Addresses of the institutions offering the programme University College of Northern Denmark, UCN Sofiendalsvej 60 DK-9200 Aalborg SV Tel.: Lillebaelt Academy of Professional Higher Education Munke Mose Allé 9 DK-5000 Odense C Tel.: Dania Academy of Higher Education Ellemosevej 36 DK-8370 Hadsten Tel.: Copenhagen School of Design and Technology, KEA Landskronagade DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø Tel.:

3 Table of contents 1. Ministerial order Taxonomy Why optimise energy? How can graduates expect to use their acquired competences? The curriculum Core areas of study... 6 Curriculum Energy Technology National section Programme core areas and ECTS credits Core area: The energy of the building complex Core area: Energy supply and conversion Core area: Energy-efficient processes and production facilities Core area: Business-related elements The programme's compulsory educational components Relation between core areas and compulsory educational components Order of the programme components Compulsory educational component: Building technology Compulsory educational component: Thermal engineering, indoor climate systems, building automation Compulsory educational component: Energy technology, traditional and new energy forms Compulsory educational component: Energy analyses, energy consumption calculation Compulsory educational component: Energy-efficient project planning Compulsory educational component: Process facilities, data collection and energytechnology automation Compulsory educational component: Energy-economic and environmental assessment methods Compulsory educational component: Study tools, Project management and Innovation Compulsory educational component: Business understanding and Innovation Internship Final exam project Overview of exams Credit transfer Pre-approved credit transfer Exemption Effective date and transition provisions Curriculum Energy Technology Institutional section Order of components Order of examinations by semesters Framework and criteria for the study programme exams Academic aptitude examination st year exam (2a) rd semester exam (3a) Business-related components exam (3b)

4 20. Elective educational components Internship Final exam project Educational components that may take place abroad Learning and teaching forms Credit transfer for the elective educational components Obligation to participate Criteria for assessing study activity Language Examination language Illness resit examinations and resit examinations Illness re-sits Resits Study aids Special exam arrangements Academic misconduct at exams Use of own work and that of others plagiarism Disciplinary actions in events of academic misconduct and disruptive behaviour Suspected academic misconduct at exams, including plagiarism, during and after the exam The process of identifying academic misconduct, including plagiarism Complaints about exams and appeals against decisions Complaints about exams Complaints about the examination basis etc., the course of the exam and the assessment Appeals Complaints about legal matters Exemption Effective date and transition provisions

5 1. Ministerial order This Curriculum constitutes the national and institutional sections of the curriculum for the Academy Profession Degree in Energy Technology, cf. Ministerial Order no of 25 November 2009 on the Academy Profession Degree Programme in Energy Technology (the Programme Order). Link to the order (in Danish): The academy profession degree programme in energy technology entitles the graduates to use the title AP Graduate in Energy Technology. The Danish title is energiteknolog AK. The programme is placed at level 5 in the Danish Qualifications Framework for Lifelong Learning. Admission to the study programme takes place according to schedule 1, "Admission requirements for admission to academy profession degree programmes..." in Ministerial Order no. 223 of 11 March 2014 on admission to academy profession degree programmes and professional bachelor's degree programmes (the Admission Order). Link to the order (in Danish): This Curriculum is drawn up by the Danish Energy Technology Programme Network, which consists of approved providers of the programme, according to the guidelines in the above and the following consolidating acts and ministerial orders: Consolidating Act no. 214 of 27 February 2013 on Business Academies of Professional Higher Education Consolidating Act no. 467 of 8 May 2013 on Academy Profession Programmes and Professional Bachelor Programmes Ministerial Order no of 16 December 2013 on Academy Profession Programmes and Professional Bachelor Programmes Ministerial Order no of 16 December 2013 on Examinations on Professionally Oriented Higher Education Programmes (the Exam Order) Ministerial Order no. 262 of 20 March 2007 on the Grading Scale and Other Forms of Assessment 2. Taxonomy The learning outcomes are described according to the SOLO taxonomy (Structure of the Observed Learning Outcome). This taxonomy has been chosen because it is found to be easier to use in respect of technical components and to contribute to making the learning outcomes more measurable. 3. Why optimise energy? Energy optimisation ranks highly on Danish and international agendas, and it is a field with scope for development. This is true for the fields of energy supply, existing and new housing as well as commercial and industrial building. We must ensure that energy is used efficiently everywhere. In a dynamic society there is a need for people who know how to apply their highly developed professional skills in innovative ways. Energy technology graduates have skills that are pivotal to reducing energy consumption and creating a more sustainable and CO2-neutral environment. 4

6 It is important to acquire new knowledge in order to be able to advise about and implement complex energy and indoor climate systems. That is why the energy technology programme emphasises the development of the students' personal competences in technology, communication, co-operation, innovation and entrepreneurship. 4. How can graduates expect to use their acquired competences? The academy profession degree programme in energy technology will qualify graduates to advise on energy optimisation and manage tasks across the fields of processes, construction and installation while taking new and renewable energy forms into account. This means that energy technology graduates will also act as links between various professional fields. The energy technology graduate's focus on holistic, sustainable solutions is relevant for installations of building installations and process facilities. They may do this either as a self-employed, as employees in a firm of advisers, in a manufacturing company or with a supplier or sub-supplier of such installations and facilities. 5. The curriculum The Energy Technology programme is an academy profession degree programme of two years' duration, worth 120 ECTS credits. The programme is described in detail in this Curriculum for the Academy Profession Degree Programme in Energy Technology. This Curriculum is divided into two parts; a national section that describes the common framework of the educational institutions, and an institutional section that describes how the individual educational institution handles the remaining programme components. The programme consists of four parts; compulsory components, elective components, internship and final exam project. The below table shows when the programme components take place as well as their ECTS credits, and the contents will be described in more detail in the following sections. 1st semester 2nd semester 3rd semester 4th semester Compulsory components (45) Elective elements (15) Compulsory components (20) Elective components (10) Compulsory components (15) Elective components (15) Internship (15) Final exam project (15) The students' individual professional profiles are shaped through their elective components, the internship and the final exam project. The elective educational components will allow the students to study specific subjects thoroughly. During the internship, theory is linked to the practises of the profession, and with the final exam project, the students will demonstrate their in-depth study skills and skills in maintaining perspective by solving a complex, practise-based problem or issue in close collaboration with the business community. 5

7 6. Core areas of study A. The energy of the building complex 20 ECTS credits B. Energy supply and conversion 15 ECTS credits C. Energy-efficient processes and production facilities 15 ECTS credits D. Business-related components 15 ECTS credits 6

8 Curriculum Energy Technology National section This national section of the curriculum applies to the academy profession degree programme in Energy Technology. 7. Programme core areas and ECTS credits The study programme consists of the following core areas: 1. The energy of the building complex (20 ECTS) 2. Energy supply and conversion (15 ECTS) 3. Energy-efficient processes and production facilities (15 ECTS) 4. Business-related components (15 ECTS) A total of 65 ECTS credits 7.1 Core area: The energy of the building complex Contents The Energy of the building complex core area includes building technology, thermal engineering, indoor climate and automation, control and regulation. ECTS credits 20 ECTS Learning outcomes Knowledge The graduates should have acquired knowledge about building technology and constructional subject areas; theories and methods used as well as practice within energy-efficient heating and indoor climate systems; control and regulation of installations; applicable laws and regulations; and technical documentation and information technology within the area. Skills The graduates should be able to use calculation methods within the constructional disciplines at a basic level; use calculation methods and tools in connection with energy-efficient heating and indoor climate systems; assess and set up practice-oriented solution proposals within energy-efficient heating and indoor climate systems; communicate practise-related issues and possible solutions to partners and users; and understand and use the basic terminology of the field. 7

9 Competences The graduates should be able to handle, advise on and communicate energy-efficient constructional solutions; participate in interdisciplinary collaboration on drawing up total solutions within energyefficient heating and indoor climate systems; acquire new skills and new knowledge in relation to the energy of the building complex; and handle development-oriented situations within the energy of the building complex. 7.2 Core area: Energy supply and conversion Contents The Energy supply and conversion core area includes energy technology, traditional and new forms of energy, energy analyses, energy consumption calculation, planning and energy-efficient project planning. ECTS credits 15 ECTS Learning outcomes Knowledge The graduates should have acquired knowledge of theories, methods and practice within energy conversion from one form to another as well as within traditional and new forms of energy storages, energy carriers and energy sources; energy analysis and optimisation methods within energy-saving projects; the history of collective energy supply and the Danish Heat Supply Act; energy mapping and heat planning; applicable systematic approaches and techniques for energy-efficient project planning; and technical documentation and information technology within the area. Skills The graduates should be able to use calculation methods in connection with energy conversion as well as assess and select energy storages, energy carriers and energy sources as well as energy machines and energy conversion plant; use energy analysis and energy-optimisation methods to identify, select and implement energysaving projects; outline energy mapping, analyse potential supply areas and illustrate consequences of alternative supplies; choose energy-efficient solutions and materials for project planning and draw up plans for implementing energy-savings; and understand and use the basic terminology of the field. Competences The graduates should be able to handle development-oriented situations within energy conversion; assess, advise on and make decisions about energy machines and energy conversion plant, energy storages, energy carriers and energy sources; 8

10 select and implement energy-saving proposals based on analyses, relevant energy consumption calculations and optimisation methods; analyse, assess, select and make decisions about energy-saving projects in a developmentoriented perspective as well as draw up the basis of energy-supply plans; and analyse buildings and plant, draw up plans for implementation of energy-saving measures and handle energy management in an enterprise. 7.3 Core area: Energy-efficient processes and production facilities Contents The Energy-efficient processes and production facilities core area contains process facilities, data collection and energy-technology automation as well as energy-economic and environmental assessment methods. ECTS credits 15 ECTS Learning outcomes Knowledge The students should have acquired knowledge about theories and methods used as well as practice within construction of energy-efficient projects; control and regulation of installations and plant; relevant laws and regulations within the profession; and technical documentation and information technology within the area. Skills The students should be able to use up-to-date analysis tools and calculation methods for energy optimisation; assess and select energy-optimised solutions based on an overall-economy and environmental consideration; communicate practical issues and solution proposals within energy optimisation through advice; and understand and use the basic terminology of the field. Competences The students should be able to participate in interdisciplinary collaboration on energy-efficient projects with a professional approach; participate in interdisciplinary collaboration on preparation of technical documentation and quality assurance; acquire skills and new knowledge in relation to energy optimisation; and handle development-oriented situations within energy optimisation. 9

11 7.4 Core area: Business-related elements Contents The Business-related elements core area contains innovation, business understanding and project management. ECTS credits 15 ECTS Learning outcomes Knowledge The graduates should have acquired knowledge of central concepts, methods and tools in connection with innovation and innovative projects as well as problem-solving and development; business activities and business development, production management and economy as well as models for internal and external analysis; relevant methods and up-to-date tools for planning, organising and implementing projects as well as coordination and task management; and relevant laws and regulations. Skills The graduates should be able to handle and manage innovative work processes and use creative methods, tools and techniques in relation to this; assess the market situation, conduct needs analysis and identify customer needs; establish a basis for decision involving operational, economic, environmental and safety as well as legal aspects; and manage and handle technical tasks and projects in accordance with applicable legislation, rules, quality requirements and stakeholder interests, if any. Competences The graduates should be able to form part of innovation processes and creative work processes; handle development tasks in connection with environmental and energy projects; and participate in development projects and handle the role of project manager. 8. The programme's compulsory educational components The programme's compulsory educational components are: 1. Building technology (10 ECTS) 2. Thermal engineering, indoor climate systems, building automation (10 ECTS) 3. Energy technology, traditional and new energy forms (5 ECTS) 4. Energy analyses, energy consumption calculation (5 ECTS) 5. Energy-efficient project planning (5 ECTS) 6. Process facilities, data collection and energy-technology automation (10 ECTS) 7. Energy-economic and environmental assessment methods (5 ECTS) 10

12 Compulsory educational components Building technology Thermal engineering, indoor climate systems, building automation Energy technology, traditional and new energy forms Energy analyses, energy consumption calculation Energy-efficient project planning Process facilities, data collection and energy-technology automation Energy-economic and environmental assessment methods Study tools, Project management and Innovation Business understanding and Innovation Total Curriculum for the Academy Profession Degree Programme in Energy Technology 8. Study tools, Project management and Innovation (10 ECTS) 9. Business understanding and Innovation (5 ECTS) A total of 65 ECTS credits All compulsory educational components and other compulsory elements are concluded with exams. 9. Relation between core areas and compulsory educational components Each compulsory educational component is concluded with an interdisciplinary exam. See an overview of the study programme exams in the "Overview of exams" paragraph. Overview of ECTS credits across the core areas and the compulsory educational components. Core areas The energy of the building complex 20 ECTS Energy supply and conversion 15 ECTS Energy-efficient processes and production facilities 15 ECTS Business-related components 15 ECTS A total of 65 ECTS credits 10 ECTS 10 ECTS 10 ECTS 10 ECTS 5 ECTS 5 ECTS 5 ECTS 5 ECTS 5 ECTS 5 ECTS 10 ECTS 10 ECTS 5 ECTS 5 ECTS 10 ECTS 10 ECTS 5 ECTS 5 ECTS 20 ECTS 15 ECTS 15 ECTS 15 ECTS A total of 65 ECTS credits 11

13 10. Order of the programme components Overview of the order of components and ECTS credits in the 1st and 2nd years of study, respectively 1st year of study ECTS 2nd year of study ECTS Building technology 10 Thermal engineering, indoor climate systems, automation, control and regulation Energy technology, traditional and new energy forms Energy analyses, energy consumption calculations Planning and energy-efficient project planning Study tools, Project management and Innovation Elective component Process facilities, data collection and energy-technology automation Energy-economic and environmental assessment methods 5 Business understanding and Innovation 5 5 Elective component 10 5 Internship Final exam project 15 Total Assessment The compulsory educational components in the 1st year of study are concluded with one interdisciplinary exam at the end of the 2nd semester. The compulsory educational components in the 2nd year of study (3rd semester) are concluded with one exam each. See an overview of the study programme exams in the "Overview of exams" paragraph. For each exam, one overall grade is given, graded according to the 7-point grading scale and based on an overall evaluation of the written and oral performance. The learning outcomes for the educational component are the same as the learning outcomes for the exam. See the institutional section of this Curriculum for exam form, exam procedure, etc. 12

14 10.1 Compulsory educational component: Building technology Core area: The energy of the building complex Contents Danish building conventions, the building envelope and the energy requirements in buildings. ECTS credits 10 ECTS Order 1st and 2nd semester Learning outcomes Knowledge The graduates should have acquired knowledge about 1. building parts and energy-efficient building components; 2. the components of the building envelope as well as applied theories, methods and practises in constructing building envelopes; 3. building shape and orientation for minimisation of energy consumption; 4. the basic installations of a house from an energy-efficient point of view; and 5. building improvements and energy-saving measures; 6. as well as demonstrate an insight into legal regulations, the Danish building regulations, the energylabelling scheme for buildings and building conventions. Skills Within the field of building technology, the graduates should be able to 7. use basic calculation methods; 8. assess and select methods, materials and energy-saving installations; 9. use the basic terminology of the field; 10. assess and plan holistic energy counselling; and 11. explain technical drawings. Competences The graduates should be able to 12. develop and discuss energy-efficient constructional solutions for existing and new constructions, taking environment and aesthetics into account. 13

15 10.2 Compulsory educational component: Thermal engineering, indoor climate systems, building automation Core area: The energy of the building complex Contents Heating, lighting and ventilation installations as well as building automation to ensure energy-efficient, sustainable solutions. ECTS credits 10 ECTS Order 1st and 2nd semester Learning outcomes Knowledge The graduates should have acquired knowledge about 13. the structure, principles and function of a heating and ventilation system; 14. the structure, principles and functions of building automation; 15. the structure, principles and functions of lighting installations; 16. regulations and requirements for heating, lighting and ventilation systems as well as building automation; 17. parameters for describing indoor climate; 18. mapping energy consumption in heating, lighting and ventilation systems; and 19. basic terminology. Skills The graduates should be able to 20. asses indoor climate and the scope for improvements; and 21. explain possibilities for improvement that will ensure an energy-efficient indoor climate and reduce CO 2 emissions. Competences The graduates should be able to 22. assess heating and ventilation systems based on energy-saving and environmental considerations; 23. advise on domestic installations and systems that include elements of electricity, water, heating and sanitation, ventilation and automation; and 24. collaborate on finding holistic solutions. 14

16 10.3 Compulsory educational component: Energy technology, traditional and new energy forms Core area: Energy supply and conversion Contents Energy machines and facilities, energy storages, energy carriers and energy sources. ECTS credits 5 ECTS Order 1st and 2nd semester Learning outcomes Knowledge The graduates should have acquired knowledge about 25. theories, methods and practises in converting one form of energy into another; 26. theories, methods and practises in conventional and new kinds of energy storages, energy carriers and energy sources; basic thermodynamics; and 29. basic electrical technology. Skills The graduates should be able to 30. use calculation methods in connection with energy conversion; and 31. assess and select energy storages, energy carriers and energy sources as well as energy machines and facilities based on energy calculations. Competences The students should be able to 32. develop innovative solutions for energy conversion; and 33. discuss and assess energy machines, energy facilities, energy storages, energy carriers and energy sources Compulsory educational component: Energy analyses, energy consumption calculation Core area: Energy supply and conversion Contents Energy analyses, energy consumption calculations ECTS credits 5 ECTS 15

17 Order 1st and 2nd semester Learning outcomes Knowledge The graduates should be able to reflect on and carry out 34. complete technical and behavioural analyses of energy facilities; and 35. energy consumption calculations. Skills The graduates should be able to 36. use relevant methods and tools to measure and calculate energy consumption; 37. use energy analyses and energy-consumption calculations to design energy-saving projects; and 38. assess the quality and suitability of analysis methods and tools Compulsory educational component: Energy-efficient project planning Core area: Energy supply and conversion Contents Advising on energy optimisation as well as energy-efficient project planning and energy management. ECTS credits 5 ECTS Order 1st and 2nd semester Learning outcomes Knowledge The graduates should have acquired knowledge about 39. methods, systematic approaches and techniques for energy-efficient project planning; 40. the legal framework for the collective energy supply and the Danish Heat Supply Act; and 41. factors that affect energy consumption in facilities and buildings. Skills The graduates should be able to 42. select energy-efficient solutions and materials in connection with project planning; and 43. explain plans for implementation and execution of energy-saving initiatives. Competences The students should be able to 44. draw up plans for the implementation of energy-saving measures in buildings, facilities and processes; 45. discuss and further expand energy-saving projects; and 46. explain energy management (cause and effect). 16

18 10.6 Compulsory educational component: Process facilities, data collection and energytechnology automation Core area: Energy-efficient processes and production facilities Contents Energy optimisation of industrial process facilities through automation, including data collection, control and regulation as well as monitoring of energy facilities. ECTS credits 10 ECTS Order 3rd semester Learning outcomes Knowledge The graduates should have acquired knowledge about 47. identifying and describing the above facilities; 48. measuring equipment and methods to identify energy consumption; 49. describing analogue and digital forms of communication; 50. describing regulation methods; 51. describing controllers, actuators and transmitters; and 52. identifying relevant laws and regulations. Skills: The graduates should be able to 53. handle measuring equipment and methods to identify energy consumption; 54. assess and document the quality and usability of measurements; and 55. explain and document improvement possibilities. Competences The students should be able to 56. collaborate with others on optimising process and production facilities; and 57. discuss new knowledge in relation to optimisation of process and production facilities Compulsory educational component: Energy-economic and environmental assessment methods Core area: Energy-efficient processes and production facilities Contents Energy, socio-economic and environmental assessment methods and investment theory. 17

19 ECTS credits 5 ECTS Order 3 rd semester Learning outcomes Knowledge The graduates should have acquired knowledge about 58. the environmental impact of process and production facilities; 59. investment theory, including interest concepts and present value of future costs; 60. cost-benefit analysis; and 61. overall economy. Skills The graduates should be able to 62. assess economic consequences of investments; and 63. assess environmental consequences of investments. Competences The students should be able to 64. discuss the outcomes of various environmental and economic decisions; and 65. assess the societal impact of overall solutions Compulsory educational component: Study tools, Project management and Innovation Core area: Business-related components, Energy-efficient processes and production facilities Contents Mathematics, presentation techniques, spreadsheets, problem-based teaching, note-taking techniques, knowledge search. Communication, contract management and collaboration; project planning, organisation and implementation as well as co-ordination and task management. Creative thinking and problemsolving. ECTS credits 10 ECTS (distributed across Study tools 4 ECTS, Project management 4 ECTS, Innovation 2 ECTS) Order 1st and 2nd semester Learning outcomes Knowledge The graduates should have acquired knowledge about 66. giving presentations using presentation software; 67. describing new knowledge; 68. summing up the main points of a lecture; 69. making calculations and creating graphs using spreadsheets; 18

20 70. describing basic, relevant mathematical tools, SI units and prefixes; 71. defining the project concept as opposed to the assignment concept; 72. building up project reports, exercise reports, dissertations and manuals; 73. describing methods and tools for quality assurance; 74. performing professional correspondence; 75. describing up-to-date planning and management tools as well as logistics; 76. describing project models, management processes and project work methods; 77. defining the importance and role of stakeholders in relation to implementing technical projects; 78. describing the internal and external forms of communication within the project organisation; 79. explaining the Danish Contracts Act; 80. describing bidding and tendering rules; 81. describing contract formation and contract basis (such as AB92 (general conditions for the provision of works and supplies within building and engineering) and similar documents); 82. carrying out project documentation; and 83. exercising creativity and carrying out creative processes as well as methods, tools and techniques for generating and developing ideas. Skills The graduates should be able to 84. communicate proposals to stakeholders; 85. use spreadsheets to make calculations and generate graphs; 86. use relevant, fundamental mathematical tools; 87. use relevant, physics formulas and expressions; 88. decide and plan the activities of a project proposal; 89. handle problem-based teaching; 90. communicate and collaborate with others in a project organisation; 91. use relevant tools for planning, managing and executing contracts; 92. analyse a project's stakeholders and risks; 93. manage staged development projects; 94. use methods and tools in creative processes; and 95. use relevant models and tools to solve technical problems. Competences The students should be able to 96. develop and take responsibility for their professional field of knowledge; 97. initiate and manage collaboration across professional fields; 98. develop and discuss presentations and work independently; 99. assess relevant legal issues in business and labour law; 100. evaluate technical projects from an environment and energy perspective; 101. initiate development tasks and assess their effect on environment and energy consumption; and 102. collaborate with others in development and innovation processes. 19

21 10.9 Compulsory educational component: Business understanding and Innovation Core area: Business-related components Contents Innovation, creative thinking, problem solving and technology development. Business operations and business development, economy, quality, work environment and relevant subjects within business and labour law. ECTS credits 5 ECTS (distributed across Business understanding 5 ECTS, Innovation 2 ECTS) Order 3rd semester Learning outcomes Knowledge The students should have acquired knowledge about 103. change and development processes in a company; 104. needs-oriented problem solving and market-based concept and product development; 105. tools for analysing the business and its surroundings; 106. tools for internal financial management of a business; 107. business law, tax law and labour law relevant to small businesses; and 108. financing models for investments. Skills The students should be able to 109. use relevant methods to analyse the business and its environment, market and clients; 110. evaluate and select the commercial basis; 111. analyse and assess operational tasks in compliance with the company's commercial basis; 112. communicate a budget and use recognised budgeting tools; 113. assess and select a business concept for daily operations and ensure compliance with trade requirements and current legislation; and 114. assess and communicate financial consequences of investments in the future. Competences The students should be able to 115. assess and predict the best approach to achieving business success; and 116. predict and assess financing proposals. 20

22 11. Internship Contents During the internship, students work on professionally relevant issues, just as they become familiarised with relevant job functions. The students will be working with one or more private or public companies during the internship. The internship may form the basis of a topic for the final exam project. The internship must be completed according to the practises of the profession; contributing together with the other components of the programme to the students developing professional competences while acquiring knowledge of jobs that an energy technology graduate may find in the company. ECTS credits 15 ECTS Order 4th semester Learning outcomes Knowledge The students should have acquired knowledge about how to understand and reflect on the assignments of the profession as well as about methods, tools and instruments. Skills The students should be able to independently assess and address relevant practical issues included in the learning agreement made with the place of internship. Competences The students should be able to handle relevant situations and issues with a professional approach within the chosen field of profession. Assessment The internship is concluded with an exam in the course of the 4th semester. One overall grade is given, graded according to the 7-point grading scale. The learning outcomes for the educational component are the same as the learning outcomes for the exam. See the institutional section of this Curriculum for exam form, exam procedure, etc. 21

23 12. Final exam project ECTS credits The final exam project is worth 15 ECTS credits. Final exam project requirements The objective of the final exam project is to document the students' understanding of practice as well as centrally applied theory and method in relation to a practical problem or issue based on a specific assignment within the field of the programme. The problem or issue, which must be central to the study programme and the profession, must be formulated by the students in the problem statement and research question, possibly in collaboration with a private or public company. The educational institution must approve the problem statement and research question. The project report, which constitutes the written part of the exam, must include: Cover page with title and name of the student Title page Table of contents Summary Introduction, incl. presentation of problem statement, research question and approaches Background, theory, method, analysis, calculation and results for addressing the problem statement and research question Conclusion Elaboration Reference list (incl. all sources referred to in the project) List of appendices (number and name of all enclosed appendices) Appendices (include only appendices central to the report) The report, which constitutes the written part of the exam, must have the following number of pages: 1. For students working individually; at least 10 and not more than 18 standard pages. 2. For groups of two persons; at least 14 and not more than 22 standard pages. 3. For groups of three persons; at least 17 and not more than 25 standard pages. A standard page is 2,400 characters including spaces and footnotes. The 17 pages are exclusive of cover page, table of contents, reference list and appendices. The entire project material is to be submitted as one PDF file, inclusive of appendices. Writing and spelling skills Writing and spelling skills form part of the final exam project. The assessment is an expression of an overall assessment of the discipline-specific content as well as the students' writing and spelling skills. Students who can document a relevant specific disability may apply for exemption from the requirement that writing and spelling skills are included in the assessment. The application is to be submitted to the study programme and directed to the attention of the programme director not later than four weeks before the exam is to be held. 22

24 Learning outcomes The final exam project must substantiate that the students have reached the final level of the programme, cf. Annex 1 of Ministerial Order no of 25 November 2009 on the Academy Degree Programme in Energy Technology. Assessment The exam is made up of a written project and an oral performance. One overall grade is given, graded according to the 7-point grading scale and based on an overall evaluation of the written and oral performance. The exam will not take place until the students have passed the final internship exam as well as the other exams of the programme. See the institutional section of this Curriculum for exam form, exam procedure, etc. 23

25 13. Overview of exams Overview of all examinations and their order Study programme exams 2nd semester: 1st year exam The programme's compulsory educational components Building technology Thermal engineering, indoor climate systems, automation, control and regulation Energy technology, traditional and new energy forms Energy analyses, energy consumption calculations Planning and energy-efficient project planning Energy-economic and environmental assessment methods Study tools, Project management and Innovation 120 ECTS distributed across the exams Assessment 45 7-point grading scale Study programme exams 3rd semester: 3rd semester exam The programme's compulsory educational components Process facilities, data collection and energy-technology automation Energy-economic and environmental assessment methods 3rd semester: Business-related components exam The programme's compulsory educational components Business understanding and Innovation 3rd semester: Elective components exam 4th semester: Internship exam 4th semester: Final exam 120 ECTS distributed across the exams Assessment 15 7-point grading scale 5 7-point grading scale 25 7-point grading scale 15 7-point grading scale 15 7-point grading scale Please note: An academic aptitude examination, if any, will be described in the institutional curriculum. Elective components and exams are described in the institutional curriculum. 24

26 14. Credit transfer Passed educational components are equivalent to the corresponding educational components offered by other educational institutions that offer the programme. The students must provide information on completed educational components from another Danish or international further education and on employment assumed to result in credit transfer. In each case the educational institution approves credit transfer based on completed educational components and employment that match up to subjects, educational components and internship components. The decision is based on a professional assessment Pre-approved credit transfer The students can apply for pre-approved credit transfer. Upon pre-approval of a study period in Denmark or abroad the students must, after conclusion of their study, document the completed educational components of the approved study. In connection with the pre-approval the students must give their consent to the institution obtaining the necessary information following completed study. For the final approval of pre-approved credit transfer, the educational component is considered completed if it is passed in accordance with the regulations applying to the study programme. 15. Exemption The institutions may grant exemption from the rules in this institutional section of the curriculum that are laid down solely by the institutions, when found substantiated in exceptional circumstances. The institution cooperates on a uniform exemption practice. 16. Effective date and transition provisions This national section of the curriculum enters into force on 1 August 2014 with effect for all students who are and will be registered for the study programme and for exams commenced on said date or thereafter. The national section of this Curriculum of September 2013 is revoked with effect from 31 July However, exams started before 1 August 2014 will be concluded according to the national section of the curriculum not later than 31 August

27 Curriculum Energy Technology Institutional section This institutional section of the curriculum applies to the academy profession degree programme in Energy Technology at University College Northern Denmark. 17. Order of components The compulsory components described in the national section of this Curriculum as well as the elective educational components described in the institutional section are distributed across the four semesters as follows: Energy Technology Order of components 1st semester 2nd semester ECTS 3rd semester 4th semester Total A. The energy of the building complex Building technology 9 9 Thermal engineering, indoor climate systems, automation, control and regulation ACAD (REVIT 1 and 2) 2 2 Mathematics(See Mathematics below; ECTS: 1) 1 B. Energy supply and conversion Mathematics (ECTS: 2) 3 2 Energy technology, traditional and new energy forms 3 3 Energy analyses, energy consumption calculations 5 5 Planning and energy-efficient project planning 5 5 C. Energy-efficient processes and production facilities Process facilities, data collection and energytechnology automation 10 8 Energy-economic and environmental assessment methods 5 5 D. Business-related elements Study tools (2), Project management (4) 6 6 Innovation 4 4 Business understanding 5 5 Elective component Internship Final exam project Total

28 18. Order of examinations by semesters Overview of all exams and their order. Scheduled time Exam 120 ECTS credits distributed across the exams Internal/external assessment Assessment 1st semester Academic aptitude examination - Internal Pass/fail* 2nd semester 1st year exam (2a) (Compulsory educational components from the 1st and 2nd semester) 45 External 7-point grading scale 2nd semester Elective component exam(s) 15 Internal 7-point grading scale 3rd semester 3rd semester exam (3a) (Compulsory educational components) 15 Internal 7-point grading scale 3rd semester Business-related components exam (3b) (Compulsory educational components) 5 Internal 7-point grading scale 3rd semester Elective component exam(s) 10 Internal 7-point grading scale 4th semester Internship exam 15 Internal 7-point grading scale 4th semester Final exam project 15 External 7-point grading scale *Does not figure on the degree certificate. Information about the time and place for exams can be found in the semesterplan. 27

29 19. Framework and criteria for the study programme exams 19.1 Academic aptitude examination Exam form and procedure The exam is an internally assessed, individual multiple-choice exam. Examination contents The examination is meant to determine if the students have actually started on the study programme. Scheduled time The academic aptitude examination is held not later than two months after the start of the programme. Resit examinations are held not later than three months after the start of the programme. Information about time and place can be found in the semesterplan. Assessment form Pass/fail Use of study aids No study aids are permitted. Examination language English. ECTS credits of the exam No ECTS credits are granted, and the exam does not figure on the degree certificate. Legal sanctions from not passing the academic aptitude test If the students do not pass the test, they may take a resit exam to be held not later than three months after the start of the programme. The students thus have two examination attempts. If students fail the resit exam, their registration as students will be terminated, cf. the the Admission Order. Complaints The students cannot complain about the exam. Exemption The study programme may exempt individual students from the deadlines that have been set for passing the exam if the exemption is due to illness, maternity or paternity leave or exceptional circumstances st year exam (2a) Exam attendance prerequisites, including obligation to participate The students must meet the following requirements in order to sit the exam: Project 1.A and 1.B must be completed The written project, which constitutes assessment as well as examination basis, must o comply with the formal requirements, cf. below; and o be submitted in due time according to the exam plan 28

30 Non-performance of one or more study activities or incorrect submission of the written project, which makes up the written part of the exam, means that the students will not be allowed to sit the examination, and that they will be considered to have made an exam attempt. Examination procedure The exam is an externally assessed oral group examination based on a written group project. One overall grade is given, graded according to the 7-point grading scale and based on an overall evaluation of the written and oral performance. The group must consist of 2-4 students. The following number of minutes are allocated to the examination, incl. time for deliberations, depending on the size of the group: For groups of two persons: 35 minutes For groups of three persons: 50 minutes For groups of four persons: 65 minutes The exam is worth 45 ECTS credits. Formal written project requirements The project report, which constitutes the written part of the exam, must include: Cover page with title and name of the group members Title page Table of contents, incl. list of responsibilities Introduction, incl. presentation of problem statement, research question and approaches Summary Background, theory, method and analysis including description and substantiation of the choice of empirical data for answering the problem statement and research question Conclusion Elaboration Reference list (incl. all sources referred to in the project) List of appendices (number and name of all enclosed appendices) Appendices (include only appendices central to the report) The project must have the following number of pages depending on the size of the group: For groups of two persons; at least 15 and not more than 18 standard pages. For groups of three persons; at least 18 and not more than 20 standard pages. For groups of four persons; at least 20 and not more than 22 standard pages. A standard page is 2,400 characters including spaces and footnotes. Said pages are exclusive of cover page, table of contents, reference list and appendices. The entire project material is to be submitted as one PDF file, inclusive of appendices. 29

31 Assessment criteria The assessment criteria for the exam are the same as the learning outcomes for the compulsory educational components. The learning outcomes are described in the national section of this Curriculum. See overview of relations and distribution in the "Overview of exams" section in the national section of this Curriculum and "Order of components" in this institutional section. Scheduled time The exam takes place in the 2nd semester. Further information about time and location and submission of the written group project will be available later in the semester. Examination language English. The exam must be passed before the end of the 1st year of study in order for the students to continue the study. The institution may exempt individual students from the deadlines that have been set for passing the exam if the exemption is due to illness, maternity or paternity leave or exceptional circumstances rd semester exam (3a) Exam attendance prerequisites, including obligation to participate The students must meet the following requirements in order to sit the exam: The written project, which constitutes the assessment basis as well as the examination basis, must o comply with the formal requirements, cf. below; and o be submitted in due time according to the exam plan Non-performance of one or more study activities or incorrect submission of the written project, which makes up the written part of the exam, means that the students will not be allowed to sit the examination, and that they will be considered to have made an exam attempt. Examination procedure The exam is an internally assessed oral group exam based on a written assignment. One overall grade is given, graded according to the 7-point grading scale and based on an overall evaluation of the written and oral performance. The group must consist of 2-3 students. The following number of minutes are allocated to the examination, incl. time for deliberations, depending on the size of the group: For groups of two persons: 35 minutes For groups of three persons: 45 minutes The exam is worth 15 ECTS credits. Formal written project requirements The written part of the exam consists of a synopsis and a presentation portfolio. The synopsis is prepared in groups and must contain: Cover page with title and name of the group members Separate title page, if any 30

32 Table of contents Introduction, incl. presentation of problem statement and research question Background, method, analysis and empirical data for addressing the problem statement and research question Conclusion Elaboration, if any Reference list (incl. all sources referred to in the project) Appendices, if any The synopsis must have the following number of pages depending on the size of the group: For groups of two persons; at least three and not more than five standard pages. For groups of three persons; at least five and not more than seven standard pages. The presentation portfolio must be prepared individually and must include: Clarification of terms Calculations Results Technical documentation The presentation portfolio must total at least five and not more than 100 standard pages. The portfolio products must reflect the work of the students in respect of the learning outcomes of the educational component. The portfolio should have a clear structure adapted to the purpose. A standard page is 2,400 characters including spaces and footnotes. Said pages are exclusive of cover page, table of contents, reference list and appendices. Synopsis and presentation portfolio are to be submitted as two separate PDF files. Assessment criteria The assessment criteria for the exam are the same as the learning outcomes for the compulsory educational components. The learning outcomes are described in the national section of this Curriculum. See overview of relations and distribution in the section, "Number of exams in the compulsory educational components" in the national section of this Curriculum and "Order of components" in this institutional section. Scheduled time The exam takes place in the 3rd semester. Further information about time and location and submission of the written group project will be available later in the semester. Examination language English. The exam must be passed in order for the students to sit the final exam in the 4th semester. The institution may exempt individual students from the deadlines that have been set for passing the exam if the exemption is due to illness, maternity or paternity leave or exceptional circumstances. 31

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