programmes bachelor programme
The bachelor programme
offered by the School of Conservation is an integrated course of studies which gives the student knowledge, skills and competences in theory, methods, equipment and practice in active and preventive conservation, relevant bordering humanities and natural sciences, relevant crafts and relevant art.
The programme gives the student the skills to apply the theories, methods and equipment of the profession in practice in connection with preservation of cultural or natural heritage and enables the student to analyse subject-related problems and employ relevant analysis and solution models.
Moreover, the programme gives the student the ability to present and discuss conservation-restoration issues and solutions to/with both fellow professionals and non-specialists.
The bachelor also acquires competences to handle complex development-oriented situations in both study and work contexts within both conservation and restoration and the ability to enter into conservation and interdisciplinary collaboration on an independent basis.
Finally, the bachelor acquires the competence to identify own learning requirements and to structuralize own learning in different learning environments within conservation science and relevant, bordering subjects.
The bachelor programme in conservation-restoration is equivalent to 180 ECTS according to the following overall division:
- 5 semesters of courses 134 ECTS
Distribution of ECTS between individual courses appears from the study programme.