Studieinfo emne KD2000 2019 HØST
KD2000 Entreprenørskap i kunst og design Emneplan
The course employs a wide definition of entrepreneurship that includes personal development, creativity, self-reliance, initiative taking and action orientation, i.e. becoming entrepreneurial. The course aims to introduce students to practical entrepreneurship through an action-based approach to value creation. Students will work in teams to solve real-life challenges.
The course is a common course for the programme options Art and Dissemination and Fashion and Industry. It provides an introduction to business knowledge, innovation and project management in development processes relating to creative work.
The course facilitates internationalisation and is open to guest and exchange students with a relevant education at the same Level.
KDK2000 Art, Dissemination and Experimentation or KDM2000 Idea, Process, Product
After completing the course, the student is expected to have achieved the following learning outcomes defined in terms of knowledge, skills and competence:
- has basic knowledge of corporate culture, business understanding and ethics relevant to either establishing an enterprise or to work on business development as an employee
- is familiar with processes and methods used for innovation and entrepreneurial work of relevance to the field
- is familiar with relevant regulations and framework conditions for enterprises
The student is capable of:
- identifying and analysing information that is relevant to conducting an entrepreneurial project
- using processes and methods in innovative and creative work in teams
- reflecting on knowledge from his/her own field and using it to develop business concepts
- reflecting on his/her own professional practice, team work, target achievements and learning as a basis for his/her own ongoing development
The student is capable of:
- planning and carrying out tasks independently and as part of a team
- leading him/herself and others in different development projects
- using relevant forms of communication in an international context
Arbeids- og undervisningsformer
A problem-based learning approach is used in the course, organised as group work and supported by lectures and project tutoring. The main focus is on defining, researching and conceptualising an entrepreneurial project. Students will be introduced to theories and methods of relevance to the course's scope, and as preparation for active participation in the course's problem-based learning methods, theory and practice. The group work includes knowledge sharing, collective decision-making, academic discussions, action coordination and mutual critical feedback. Student groups will work in close cooperation with their supervisor(s) and with external partners, e.g. businesses or other project Groups.
Entrepreneurial projects that require an agreement or contract
Projects that are not part of a research project and not industry-related do not normally require a contract. As a rule, students will be considered the owner of the results of their contributions to research projects and project assignments, unless otherwise agreed. If exceptional results are achieved, necessary agreements can be set up as the project progresses.
However, when projects are offered in collaboration with external enterprises and/or are connected to research projects, the student's supervisor is responsible for establishing the necessary agreements between OsloMet, the student and the project partners.
OsloMet has developed templates in English for students and project partners:
OsloMet's information about projects including research activities:
Arbeidskrav og obligatoriske aktiviteter
Active participation in a project to be carried out in groups of three to five students. This must be formalised by drawing up, signing and complying with a group contract.
Participation in lectures, group work, project tutoring and peer evaluation is mandatory, and a minimum of 80% attendance is required and must be documented in a project diary.
Vurdering og eksamen
The course is assessed as a group portfolio exam. The portfolio consists of:
1. Three practical portfolio contributions (documented as attachments to the project report):
a. a mission statement for the project
b. data collection
c. the development process
2. The concept description for an entrepreneurial development project as a written project report of 3,000 - 3,500 words
3. A reflection note relating to theory, knowledge, development and contributions of max 500 words
4. A final presentation consisting of a poster and an oral presentation and discussion, with a 20-minute presentation + 10-minute discussion per group.
The grade can be appealed.
Hjelpemidler ved eksamen
All forms of support materials are permitted.
Two internal examiners will be grading the exam. An external examiner is used regularly.