09.01.2023 - 19.05.2023
The course will be completed by participating in lecture teaching, which is carried out as face-to-face teaching in a classroom setting and, according to a separate announcement, also as online lectures (webinar) as well as independently following online lectures offered by external parties. In addition, the course includes learning assignments and exercises as well as classroom pair/group assignments.
Lecture materials, relevant legislation, The recommended books: Saarnilehto, A., Annola, V., Hemmo, M., Karhu, J., kartio, L., Tammi-Salminen, E., Tolonen, J., Tuomisto, J. & Viljanen, M. 2004. Helsinki. WSOYPro.
Kaisto, J, & Lohi, T. 2013. Johdatus varallisuusoikeuteen. Helsinki. Talentum Media. 9789521422447
Kasso, M. 2014. Kiinteistön kauppa ja omistaminen. Helsinki. Talentum.
Exam is in the Moodle Friday, 5 May 2023. The first resit exam will open on Friday, 19 May 2023 at 7:00 and close on Sunday, 21 May 2023 at 23.59. The second resit exam will open on Friday, 26 May 2023 at 7:00 and close on Sunday, 28 May 2023 at 23.59. Retake will be possible during that time without a time limit.
The learning assignments will mainly consist of court cases related to the application of legislation and the preparation of documents. Two (2) weeks have been reserved for completing each learning assignment so that the assignment will open and close at a specified time.
Student workload in hours:
face-to-face hours 22 h
virtual learning 38 h (including an online exam)
independent pair/group work 35 h
independent study / completion of learning assignments 40 h
01.11.2022 - 05.01.2023
The lectures will be held on a weekly basis on a variety of topics. At the same time, the student will complete learning assignments/exercises in accordance with the given schedule. The pair assignments/exercises conducted in lieu of the weekly lectures will be separately agreed upon in connection with the classes.
The use of an optional completion method is subject to a well-founded reason that will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
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Written feedback on the learning assignments every 3 to 4 weeks after the expiry of the time limit given for returning the assignment. The pair/group assignments conducted or presented during the class will be reviewed and feedback will be received on them during the class, and they also involve self and peer assessment.
Avoin AMK (Open UAS) 3
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Business Management
School of Business