Literature list and study hand-outs given by the lecturer before the course start and during the course.
Lectures, contact teaching, problem based learning, guided assignments, work assignments, independent work with literature.
Learning assignment 70 %, continuous assessment 30 %.
Assessment is based on continuous assessment of a student, attendance, practical conservation work and its assessment. Each student is assessed from the starting point of her/his abilities, and how she/he will develop her/his abilities during the course.
Tuition in Finnish
01.10.2021 - 31.12.2021
01.05.2021 - 31.08.2021
1 - 16
School of Media, Design and Conservation
Anna Häkäri, Kirsi Perkiömäki
During the study module the student should read up on the given literature together with practical work and give a PowerPoint presentation on a given subject.
Degree Programme in Conservation
No other course will replace this course.
Working life collaboration takes place through visits and/or visiting lectures and professional discussions. Objects for the study modules will be acquired through museums, institutions and private clients.
The study module will be implemented in cooperation with a local museum.
The weekly working hours of a student is 1,5 cr which is equivalent to 40 hours of studies. 40 hours is formed from approx. 15 - 20 hours of contact studies with a lecturer. The remaining hours is spent by independent literature survey or practical work. 1 credit (cr) is equivalent to 27 hours (h).
Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Hämeentie 135 D, Degree Programme in Conservation's premises.