This implementation is intended for students of the Circular Economics entity who have registered through the Open University of Applied Sciences.
The learning of the course takes place strongly through the personal interaction brought about by the contact days.
During the contact days and webinars, the topic is covered with the help of homework and case studies.
During the contact days, you will receive oral feedback from both the teacher and your fellow students.
The teaching environment of the course is Moodle, with a more detailed course schedule and assignment structure.
lectures / webinars, webinars, assignments / learning assignments, seminars / workshops.
Borrion, A., Black, M. J. & Mwabonje, O. (2021). Life Cycle Assessment: A Metric for the Circular Economy. Royal Society of Chemistry.
Crocker, R. (2018). Unmaking waste in production and consumption: Towards the circular economy. Emerald Publishing.
Visiting lecturers are used help to connect to work life.
The course does not include an exam. The exam is replaced by a learning diary
The course material is based on international literature.
15.08.2022 - 31.10.2022
The student spends 27 hours to complete one credit.
The 135 hours of this course are divided into contact days as well as online studies.
To complete the course, you must set aside 100 hours for homework.
0 - 25
The assessment is based on learning objectives, quality and criteria, and self-evaluation by the student plays an important role in the process.
25 students to this course
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
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