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Scientific Communication and Research Methods BI300F

 

Scientific Communication and Research Methods BI300F

ECTS Credits 10
Level Graduate
Course type
Start semester Autumn 2019
Year of study 1st study year
Course location Bodø
Faculty Faculty of Biosciences and Aquaculture
Teaching language English
Application deadline  

Assessment and examinations

Compound evaluation (first instance 2017 autumn).
  • Portfolio assessment, worth 30/100 of the grade (first instance 2017 autumn).
  • Home Examination, 3 Days, worth 70/100 of the grade (first instance 2017 autumn).

Overlapping courses

BI300F-001 Scientific Methods and Communication in Aquaculture - home examination - 8 study points.
BI300F-002 Scientific Methods and Communication in Aquaculture - oral presentation - 2 study points.
BI300F-001 Scientific Methods and Communication in Aquaculture - home examination - 10 study points.

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