Student can recognise, name and define phenomena and basic concepts in circular economy that are introduced during the course.
Student manages the assigned tasks under supervision and knows diverse courses of action but cannot justify his/her choices. Drawn conclusions are based on pre-learned contents.
Student can give and receive feedback. Student considers and assesses things from his/her viewpoint. Student recognises his/her interaction skills and other important courses of action in the field discussed during the course. Student takes responsibility for his/her own work. Student can describe the economic and wellbeing related effects of his/her own work related to the courses themes.
Student structures relations between circular economy related phenomena and concepts. Student is able to apply, explain and compare information handled during the course. Student structures things in relation to one another.
Student can select the most appropriate course of action from diverse options and also justify his/her choices. Student shows ability to apply his/her knowledge, make plans, limit problems and finally solve problems.
Student can give and receive feedback actively and constructively. Student considers and assesses things both from his/her and the community's viewpoint. Student can cooperate responsibly and is ready to develop his/her interaction skills. Student recognises and follows the important courses of action in the field. Student takes responsibility and commits to the group activities in addition to his/her own work. Student can describe and assess the economic and wellbeing related effects of his/her own work.
Student understands extensive entities and relations between them. Student is able to generalize and analyse the case studies in circular economy, and is able to relate them to the professional context.
Student can search for diverse courses of action and solution alternatives, justify his/her choices and try new courses of action. Student assesses diverse solution alternatives and combines solution alternatives creatively or creates new ones.
Student uses feedback systematically as a professional growth tool in his/her own work and the community. Student considers abd assesses himself/herself and his/her professional community or task. Student can cooperate responsibly, flexibly and constructively, and develops his/her own and the group's interaction. Student works responsibly and in a committed manner considering the community and field requirements and needs. Student understands the economic and wellbeing related effects of his/her work and can anticipate them in his/her work.
All relevant literature and other study materials will be distributed during the course via the Moodle page.
Online lectures, self-study, group assignments and presentations.
Evaluation is based on points collected during the course. You can earn maximum of 30 points by doing the given assignments. In order to pass the course, you need to earn minimum of 14 points. Grading goes as follows: < 14 points is fail (0), 14 points is pass (1), 15...18 points is satisfactory (2), 19...24 points is good (3), 25...28 points is very good (4) and 29...30 points is excellent.
You can earn 10 points by participating discussions in course forum on two topics (5 points per topic). With the individual assignments, you can earn maximum of 10 points per assignment. You need minimum of 2 points per individual assignment to pass. 3...4 points is satisfactory, 5...7 points is good and 8...10 points is very good/excellent.
01.08.2021 - 31.12.2021
02.07.2021 - 10.09.2021
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Environmental Engineering
TAMK Main Campus
No alternative ways of completing the course.
The use of time estimates are indicative.
Contact lessons 13 h.
Self-study, exercises and group work 122 h.
Total 135 h.
Course assignment shows that you have the basic understanding of circular economy and you can identify and define core concepts and phenomena of circular economy. The assignments show misunderstanding and wrong interpretations of the core concepts.
You can explain the core concepts and phenomena of circular economy. You have understanding in the themes of the course and you can apply these into the course assignments.
You can understand extensively the core concepts and phenomena of circular economy and reflect your applied knowledge on the course assignments. The assignments show that you can apply and develop your knowledge in the course assignments.