The course has four themes and related to these themes there will be three tasks/assignments and the final assignment. Learning is supported by introductory lectures, theme-specific study materials and theme discussions in small groups.
Participation to lectures, individual assignments and final assignment have to be carried out to accomplish the course.
Buchanan, D.A. & Huczynski, A. 2019. Organizational behaviour. Harlow, England: Pearson.
Mullins, L. & Christy, G. 2016. Management & organisational behaviour. Pearson. Eleventh edition.
The theme-specific learning assignments must be completed and returned during the course.
Group discussions must be attended to in accordance with the course timetable.
The personal final assignment is scheduled to be returned in May 2023.
The retake of the final assignment is possible in June 2023.
A more detailed schedule will be announced at the beginning of the spring term.
20.03.2023 - 19.05.2023
Lectures and in-class group discussions 30 h
Independent study, learning tasks/assignments 52 h
(Group work 25 h)
Personal Final assignments 28 h
135 h in total
During the course, theme-specific introductory lectures during classroom sessions, independent study and group discussion and group work will alternate. Final assignment will be completed at the end of the course.
Accreditation (replacement and inclusion)
Recognition of prior learning and experience acquired in other ways
More detailed instructions can be found from the Degree Regulations and the Study Guide
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The course assessment methods include:
Self-assessment of own competence
Assessment of competence, feedback and course grade based on the personal final learning assignment.
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