Search for Courses Taught in English
Students participating in an exchange programme between HiOA and one of our partner institutions (ERASMUS, Nordplus and others) can access a range of courses taught in English on both a Bachelor and Master level.
Below you will find an overview of all the courses at HiOA that are taught in English. These courses are only open to students currently studying at one of our partner universities.
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Behavioural Analysis 1 (PSYK 1410) Department of Behavioural Sciences This course is open to students in health, social welfare and educational programs. Knowing how conditions in the environment affect behaviour is necessary if we want to use this knowledge to plan and implement behavioural changes. To do this, we must learn the terminology necessary to make precise analyses and use these to bring about practical changes.
Behavioural Analysis 2 (PSYK 2310) Department of Behavioural Sciences This course is open to students in health, social welfare and educational programmes. Students will increase their understanding of human behaviour from a natural science perspective, and deepen their understanding of how the natural science approach to human behaviour creates a foundation for using learning principles to resolve different challenges.
Planning, documentation and evaluation of measures in Social Education (VERN 2400) Department of Behavioural Sciences The module teaches how to plan targeted measures. Students will learn how to select, justify, document and evaluate measures.
Profiency and behaviour training in Social Education (VEPRA 20) Department of Behavioural Sciences During this 9 weeks practice placement students will apply knowledge gained from previous modules. They will learn about the policy regulating the service provision in the actual placement and safeguard user influence.
Bachelor’s thesis in Psychology with an Emphasis on Behaviour Analysis (PSYK 3900) Department of Behavioural Science Students work towards their bachelor’s thesis on a topic related to their supervisor’s current research.