This course is taught online.
Implementation includes online lectures, assignments, case studies.
Some of the tasks are performed in small groups.
You can get feedback through lectures and feedback from the Moodle learning environment.
Learning environment videos and files.
1-78714-619-7 Crocker, R. (2018). Unmaking waste in production and consumption: Towards the circular economy. Emerald Publishing.
1-5231-2912-3 Sillanpää, M. & Ncibi, M. C. (2019). The circular economy: Case studies about the transition from the linear economy. Academic Press
The course does not include an exam. The exam is replaced by a learning diary
The course material is based on international literature.
09.01.2023 - 19.05.2023
One credit means an average of 27 hours of work, ie the workload of a five-credit course is about 135 hours.
The workload is divided into virtual lectures, getting to know the phenomenon, doing written work, and self-study to deepen and assimilate the things studied.
Virtual lectures approx. 5-10 h.
01.11.2022 - 05.01.2023
0 - 30
Assessment is based on competence goals, qualitative, criteria-based, and student self-assessment plays an important role in this.
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics, Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
School of Technology