Learning outcomes

Based on the competence analysis made in spring term 2016, the learning outcomes of the pilot courses were tailored into following categories:

  • Environmental governance and management
  • Facilitating development in different regional levels
  • Comprehension of societal and economical issues and analysis
  • Ability to perform analysis, assessment and evaluation 
  • Communication and networking skills
  • Creativity and problem solving competences
  • Technical and practical skills

By the end of the Girona pilot course:

  • A student will have an enlarged impression of the field of land use and landscape planning and management in the context of climate change
  • She/he has better understanding of the scope of complex and conflicting factors and interests of various livelihoods, activities and stakeholders within the framework of low-carbon society
  • A student has better capabilities to be employed to or work as professional in the field of environmental governance targeting to enhance low carbon society
  • She/he has theoretical, methodological and/or practical implements especially in following fields/themes/subjects/issues:
•Assessing carbon capture and storage, versus carbon release
•Carbon footprint modelling
•Making quantitative analysis and comparison of land use types
•Creating contacts and networks to academic and other professionals and stakeholders
•Facilitating communities in development initiatives
•Executing participatory research methods
•Adopting the method of problem based learning and creative problem solving
•Working in a multicultural teams
•Making project proposals
•Presenting the results with photos, maps, tables, graphs, text and using social media