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Students participating in an exchange programme between OsloMet (formerly known as 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.
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Faculties and departments
Below you will find an overview of all the courses at OsloMet that are taught in English. These courses are only open to students currently studying at one of our partner universities.
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Critical Reflection on Organization Development and Project Management Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy The objective of the course is to give knowledge about organizational change and project management. Students will learn to apply techniques and problem solving methods of relevance for development and efficiency and for project management in private and public organisations.
Bachelor’s thesis in radiography Department of Life Sciences and Health Research and development work is becoming an increasingly integral part of the work of diagnostic imaging departments. The planning and writing of the bachelor's thesis is a central part in this introduction. Students will immerse themselves in a specific key radiography topic of their own choice and develop skills in using their chosen research method.
Master’s thesis in Biomedicine Department of Life Sciences and Health The master's thesis is an independent research work conducted under supervision. The students are offered research topics that can be related to research projects at HiOA. You may spend 3 to 6 months doing field work or research and get supervision for your master’s thesis from our staff.
Digitalisation between an analogue and a digital world Department of Archivistics, Library and Information Sciences Digitisation is a method of conservation and increased accessibility.The purpose of this course is to describe and analyze the theory and method of digitisation.
Social Work and Social Policy Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy The PhD Degree in Social Work and Social Policy was accredited by the Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education (NOKUT) 16 September 2010, and the first PhD candidates began their studies in the autumn 2011.
Library and Information Science Department of Archivistics, Library and Information Science As a PhD candidate in Library and Information Science you may qualify for research within the field, teaching positions at universities and university colleges and other positions with strict demands for scientific competence.
Child Welfare and Creative Methods in Social Work Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy The programme encompasses themes within child welfare and children and youth at risk, legal and social policy frameworks and social pedagogic work in a multicultural society. In particular, creative ways to work and communicate with children and youths, in order to promote their growth, development and emotional well-being, receive particular focus.
Children and Young People; Aesthetics and Special Needs Department of Early Childhood Education In this course you will learn: - to enhance your knowledge of and discuss the relation between children and young people with special needs and aesthetic expressions, - to work practically with different kinds of aesthetic expressions when targeting various kinds of special needs.
Cross-Cultural Communication Oslo Business School The aim of the course is to provide the students both with the theoretical basis of cross-cultural communication and to develop their practical skills in dealing with cross-cultural encounters in the global workplace.
Derivatives Oslo Business School A 10 ECTS graduate course in derivatives.
Digital Investigative Journalism and Cross Border Cooperation Department of Journalism and Media Studies This course aims to encourage investigative journalism in digital times, and gives students the opportunity to collaborate across borders using digital technology.
European Union and EEA Law Department of Public Management A 10 ECTS credits course in European Union and EEA Law
Financial Markets Oslo Business School A 10 ECTS course in Financial Markets.
Gender, Journalism and Social Media Department of Journalism and Media Studies The students shall acquire improved journalistic skills in gender issues and raised consciousness about the importance of gender equality in the newsroom.
Integration and Challenges of Modern Society Department of Public Management A 10 ECTS credits course Integration and Challenges of Modern Society
International Business Communication Oslo Business School The purpose of the course is to further develop the students’ knowledge and skills in English so that they can use the language professionally at an advanced level, especially with a view to international operations.
International Economics Oslo Business School The students will be learning about the significance the international trade and international economic cooperation have for world economic development.
Media and Development Department of International Studies and Interpreting Issues of media and communication are essential in processes of development and social change worldwide. This course is one of the few university level courses in Norway to address questions of media and development.
Bachelor’s thesis Biomedical Laboratory Sciences Department of Life Sciences and Health This subject is an introduction to the field of professional biomedical laboratory science research and development. The bachelor assignment will give students the chance to an in-depth exploration of a self-chosen or given topic, which is relevant to the field of biomedical laboratory science and technology.
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.