Decree On Supplementary Training To The Educational Master Degrees (Master Of Pedagogical.)

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om suppleringsuddannelserne til de pædagogiske kandidatuddannelser (cand.pæd.)

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 Education purpose and structure, etc.
Chapter 2 Access prerequisites Chapter 3 Supplementary education contents Chapter 4 Exam Chapter 5 Other rules Chapter 6 entry into force, etc., The full text of the Decree on supplementary training to the educational master degrees (master of pedagogical.)
Under section 8, paragraph 1, and section 34, paragraph 1, of the law on universities (University law), see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 985 of 21. October 2009, fixed: Chapter 1 purpose of education and structure, etc.
§ 1. The educational supplementary education aims to qualify certain candidates with a higher education, see. Chapter 2, to meet the entry requirements for the educational master degrees (master of pedagogical.).
§ 2. Supplementary courses are offered by Denmark's School of education, University of Aarhus, after approval by the University and property agency.
(2). Approval in accordance with paragraph 1 assumes that the University of Accreditation Council, see. law on Accreditation institution of higher education, is approved for the provision of the educational master's degree, as supplementary programme provides access to.
(3). The approved supplementary education is evident from Chapter 2.
§ 3. The individual supplementary training is rated to 30 ECTS credits, see. However, section 25. 60 ECTS-points is equivalent to 1 year of full-time studies.
(2). Courses are organised and offered according to the rules laid down in the Ordinance on part-time education at the universities (part-time Executive order).
(3). The University decide how many students it will record on the individual education, unless the University and property agency establishes an annual ceiling for recording capacity.
§ 4. A passed supplementary training qualifying for inclusion in the relevant educational master's degree in direct extension of the completed supplementary training.
(2). The University can with a background in professional development in the curriculum of the educational master's degree set rules about when the students last may seek admission to the master's degree after completing the supplementary programme.
Chapter 2 the access conditions § 5. Access to the educational MSC programmes requires that the applicant has completed a relevant bachelor's degree, a relevant professional bacheloruddannelse or other appropriate training at the same level. For applicants with other bachelor programmes, other bachelor study programmes or other programmes at the same level required a supplementary training after this announcement, see. However, section 31.
§ 6. Access to the master's programme in educational anthropology has applicants with the following courses: 1) Bachelor's degree in anthropology, in education or in educational science.
2) Humanities or social sciences bachelor's degree with options of educational and/or anthropological modules on a scale of at least 45 ECTS credits.
3) bachelor as a school teacher or as an educator or bachelor of Ayurvedic education and relaxation and psychomotor therapy.
(2). Access to the supplementary programme for the master's programme in educational anthropology has applicants with the following courses: 1) bachelor in occupational therapy.
2) bachelor in nutrition and health.
3) bachelor in physiotherapy.
4) bachelor of midwifery knowledge.
5) bachelor of nursing.
6) bachelor as a social worker.
7) medium higher education as an occupational therapist, nutrition and household Economist, a school teacher, physiotherapist, midwife, educator, social worker or nurse.
§ 7. Access to the master's programme in educational philosophy has applicants with the following courses: 1) Bachelor of philosophy, history of ideas, in education or in educational science.
2) Humanities or social sciences bachelor's degree with options of philosophical, idéhistoriske and/or educational modules on a scale of at least 45 ECTS credits.
3) bachelor as a school teacher or as an educator or as a social worker.
(2). Access to the supplementary programme for the master's programme in educational philosophy has applicants with the following courses: 1) bachelor of Ayurvedic education and relaxation and psychomotor therapy.
2) bachelor of midwifery knowledge.
3) bachelor of nursing.
4) medium higher education as a school teacher, midwife, educator, social worker or nurse.
§ 8. Access to the master's degree in educational psychology have applicants with the following courses: 1) Bachelor's degree in psychology, pedagogy or in educational science.
2) Humanities or social sciences bachelor's degree with an option of psychological modules of an extent of at least 30 ECTS credits or an elective of educational modules on a scale of at least 45 ECTS credits.
3) bachelor as a school teacher or as an educator or bachelor of Ayurvedic education and relaxation and psychomotor therapy.
(2). Access to the supplementary programme for the master's degree in educational psychology have applicants with the following courses: 1) bachelor in occupational therapy.
2) bachelor in nutrition and health.
3) bachelor in physiotherapy.
4) bachelor of midwifery knowledge.
5) bachelor of nursing.
6) bachelor as a social worker.
7) medium higher education as an occupational therapist, nutrition and household Economist, a school teacher, physiotherapist, midwife, educator, social worker or nurse.
§ 9. Access to the master's programme in educational sociology has applicants with the following courses: 1) Bachelor in pedagogy, sociology or in educational science.
2) Humanities or social sciences bachelor's degree with options of educational and/or sociological modules on a scale of at least 45 ECTS credits.
3) bachelor as a school teacher, as an educator or as a social worker or a bachelor in pedagogy and relaxation relaxation and psychomotor therapy.
(2). Access to the supplementary programme for the master's programme in educational sociology has applicants with the following courses: 1) bachelor in occupational therapy.
2) bachelor in nutrition and health.
3) bachelor in physiotherapy.
4) bachelor of midwifery knowledge.
5) bachelor of nursing.
6) medium higher education as an occupational therapist, nutrition and household Economist, a school teacher, physiotherapist, midwife, educator, social worker or nurse.
§ 10. Access to the master's degree programme in General pedagogy has applicants with the following courses: 1) Bachelor's degree in anthropology, in philosophy, in psychology, pedagogy, sociology or in educational science.
2) Second bachelor's degree with options of educational modules on a scale of at least 45 ECTS credits.
3) bachelor as a school teacher or as an educator or bachelor of Ayurvedic education and relaxation and psychomotor therapy.
(2). Access to the supplementary programme for the master's degree programme in General pedagogy has applicants with the following courses: 1) bachelor in occupational therapy.
2) bachelor in nutrition and health.
3) bachelor in physiotherapy.
4) bachelor of midwifery knowledge.
5) bachelor of nursing.
6) bachelor as a social worker.
7) medium higher education as an occupational therapist, nutrition and household Economist, a school teacher, physiotherapist, midwife, educator, social worker or nurse.
§ 11. Access to the master's degree in education (Danish) has candidates with the following courses: 1) Bachelor in Danish.
2) bachelor as a school teacher with major subject in Danish and bachelor project associated with it.
(2). Access to the supplementary programme for the master's degree in education (Danish) has candidates with the following courses: 1) bachelor as a school teacher with major subject in Danish.
2) medium higher education as a school teacher with major subject in Danish.
§ 12. Access to the master's degree in education (mathematics) has candidates with the following courses: 1) Bachelor's degree in mathematics.
2) bachelor as a school teacher with major subject in mathematics and a bachelor project associated with it.
(2). Access to the supplementary programme for the master's degree in education (mathematics) has candidates with the following courses: 1) Bachelor in another relevant disciplines than mathematics.
2) bachelor as a school teacher with major subject in mathematics.
3) medium higher education as a school teacher with major subject in mathematics.
§ 13. Access to the master's degree in education (music education) has candidates with the following courses: 1) Bachelor in musicology.
2) as a school teacher with a bachelor of music and bachelor study project associated with it.
(2). Access to the supplementary programme for the master's degree in education (music education) has candidates with the following courses: 1) bachelor as a school teacher with major subject in music.
2) medium higher education as a school teacher with major subject in music.
3) Appropriate undergraduate studies from a Conservatory of music.
§ 14. Access to the master's degree in education (material culture) has candidates with the following courses:

1) Bachelor's degree in anthropology, archaeology, ethnography or in European Ethnology.
2) bachelor of leisure management or in the textile trades and intermediation.
3) bachelor as a school teacher with major subject in Visual art, home economics, needlework or woodwork with bachelor project related to line the course.
4) undergraduate studies from a school of architecture or from Restorer school.
(2). Access to the supplementary programme for the master's degree in education (material culture) has candidates with the following courses: 1) Design training (basic training).
2) basic training as a technician from the taxidermist taxidermy school.
3) bachelor in occupational therapy.
4) bachelor in nutrition and health.
5) bachelor as a school teacher with major subject in Visual art, home economics, needlework or woodwork.
6) bachelor as an educator.
7) medium higher education as an occupational therapist, nutrition and household Economist, advertisment or educator.
8) medium higher education as a school teacher with major subject in Visual art, home economics, needlework or woodwork.
§ 15. Access to the master's degree programme in ICT-based educational design has applicants with the following courses: 1) Bachelor's degree in humanistic Informatics in information science, in education or in educational science.
2) Humanities or social science undergraduate with an elective of the it professional and/or educational modules on a scale of at least 45 ECTS credits.
3) bachelor as a school teacher or as an educator.
(2). Access to the supplementary programme for the master program in ICT-based educational design has applicants with the following courses: 1) Design training (basic training).
2) bachelor in occupational therapy.
3) bachelor in nutrition and health.
4) bachelor in physiotherapy.
5) bachelor of midwifery knowledge.
6) bachelor in natural and cultural dissemination.
7) bachelor of nursing.
8) bachelor as a social worker.
9) bachelor as sign languages and MHS-interpreter.
10) medium higher education as an occupational therapist, nutrition and household Economist, a school teacher, physiotherapist, midwife, educator, social worker or nurse.
§ 16. The University may, in exceptional cases, provide access to supplementary training for applicants who do not meet the requirements of article 6, paragraph 2, article 7, paragraph 2, article 8, paragraph 2, article 9, paragraph 2, article 10, paragraph 2, article 11, paragraph 2, article 12, paragraph 2, article 13, paragraph 2, article 14, paragraph 2, and section 15, paragraph 2.
§ 17. Can the University of capacity reasons does not record all applicants on a supplementary training, selection be based on criteria previously laid down by the University.
(2). The University must only use professionally relevant criteria as well as the time of registration as selection criteria. The criteria for selection should be published in a manner accessible to the applicants at the same time as the University announces the availability of the supplementary programme.
(3). For admission to the supplementary education establishes the University even application and admission procedure, including time limits.
Chapter 3 Supplementary education content § 18. The supplementary programme for the master's programme in educational anthropology consists of three modules, each of which corresponds to 10 ECTS credits: epistemology (module 1), pedagogical theory (module 2), and anthropological theory and method (module 3).
(2). Module 1 qualify to receive understanding and use of scientific paradigms and their historical development and methodology. The module is organized into a general part covering science, logic and research methods, problem definition and data structure, and a special part that includes science and research methodology of special educational anthropological relevance.
(3). Module 2 qualify for the understanding of the basic issues and different pædagogikkens the main directions in an anthropological perspective.
(4). Module 3 qualify for the understanding and application of anthropological theory and method on educational matters.
§ 19. The supplementary programme for the master's degree in philosophy of education consists of two modules, each of which is equivalent to 15 ECTS credits: history of philosophy (module 1) and philosophical topics (module 2).
(2). Module 1 qualify to receive knowledge and discussion of the philosophical tradition, including its main educational-philosophical importance, understanding for philosophical thoughts and concepts within the historical development and reading philosophical texts from different periods.
(3). Module 2 qualify to receive knowledge on dominant directions in the field of epistemology, philosophy of science and practical philosophy in order to be able to analyze, discuss and evaluate the arguments and positions in the field of philosophy of education and understanding for philosophical thoughts and concepts within the systemic context.
§ 20. The supplementary programme for the master's degree in educational psychology consists of two modules, each of which is equivalent to 15 ECTS credits: Educational psychological theory (module 1) and science theory and method in an educational psychological perspective (module 2).
(2). Module 1 qualifies for the understanding of psychological theory formation on the phenomena, activities and issues within the educational area.
(3). Module 2 qualify for the understanding of relevant science theoretical directions in a historical perspective, as well as to assess the methods apply and relate critically reflexive for studies and research in the field of educational psychology area.
§ 21. The supplementary programme for the master's programme in educational sociology consists of three modules, each of which corresponds to 10 ECTS credits: epistemology (module 1), sociological theory (module 2) and pedagogical theory (module 3).
(2). Module 1 qualify to receive knowledge on the main lines of the different theoretical directions science and understanding of the methodology, including methodological concepts and issues in an educational sociological perspective.
(3). Module 2 qualify to receive knowledge of Sociology classics using the reading of classic and contemporary sociological texts.
(4). Module 3 qualify to receive knowledge about pædagogikkens history and for text reading of classical and modern educational text in a pedagogical and sociological perspective.
§ 22. The supplementary programme for the master's degree in general education consists of two modules, each of which is equivalent to 15 ECTS credits: theory and method in an educational and didactic perspective (module 1) and pedagogical and didactic theories (module 2).
(2). Module 1 qualify to receive knowledge about and to respond reflexively to science theoretical main directions of science, logic in relation to the educational and didactic theory formation, methods and methodologies.
(3). Module 2 qualify to receive knowledge on key issues and theories in the field of pedagogy and didactics as a scientific discipline in order to be able to reflect on the question of education, learning and teaching.
§ 23. The supplementary programme for the master's degree in education (Danish) consists of two modules, each of which is equivalent to 15 ECTS credits: Danish literature (module 1) and Danish languages (module 2).
(2). Module 1:1) to qualify to analyze texts belonging to the major literary genres with the use of the subject's literary concepts and strategies, 2) to relate the analyzed literary texts for literature historical contexts using literature historical basic concepts, 3) reflecting on theoretical and methodological assumptions of literature analysis, and 4) to apply significant literary methods and theories with emphasis on the last 50 years of development.
(3). Module 2 qualifies for analysis and perspective of the analysis of theoretical and methodical concept and techniques within the following: 1) morphology, syntax and text Linguistics, 2) sound and writing, including oral and written presentation, 3) semantics, 4) language actions and conversation analysis, and 5) language theory.
§ 24. The supplementary programme for the master's degree in education (mathematics) consists of a module, which corresponds to 30 ECTS credits: Mathematics as theory building. Module qualifies for the development of mathematical thinking time-, ræsonnements-,-, symbol and representation formalism, communications and assistive technology competence in interaction with development of insight in and substance overview areas of algebra, geometry, functions and calculus.
§ 25. The supplementary programme for the master's degree in education (music education) consists of a module, which is equivalent to 15 ECTS credits: Music educational theory. Module qualifies for the development of knowledge and skills in analyzing music pedagogical issues and to apply basic concepts and theory of music education in order to be able to reflect on own and other people's music educational practice.
section 26. The supplementary programme for the master's degree in education (material culture) consists of two modules, each of which is equivalent to 15 ECTS credits: Fagmetodik and practice (module 1) and education and formation (module 2).
(2). Module 1 qualify to receive knowledge of professional, cultural and aesthetic theories and methodologies of relevance to product manufacturing and to reflection on the relationship between product, process and process theory.

(3). Module 2 qualifies to connect insight into professional-pedagogical theory and practice with understanding of the scientific method through analytical work on to learning goals, content, methods and interests in relation to the educative theories of children, young people and adults.
§ 27. The supplementary programme for the master program in ICT-based educational design consists of two modules, each of which is equivalent to 15 ECTS credits: Learning and ICT-based educational design (module 1) and theory of science and research method in an ICT-based educational perspective (module 2).
(2). Module 1 qualify to receive knowledge and discussion of the didactic tradition in General, including its importance to the beginnings of it didactic theory formation, understanding for didactic thoughts and concepts within the historical development and their relation to the formation of an ICT-based educational tradition and practice.
(3). Module 2 qualify to receive knowledge on dominant directions in the field of epistemology and philosophy of science in order to be able to analyze, discuss and evaluate the relevant research methods and theoretical positions in relation to the didactics of science in General and with particular regard to the it curriculum.
Chapter 4 Exam section 28. For the examination and issuance of diploma apply notice of exam at university education (exam notice), see. However, paragraph (2), notice of censor institution for certain higher education under the Ministry of education (external examiners ' notice) and Ordinance on the grading scale and the other judgement by university education (nature of the notice).
(2). The University determines whether the samples on the individual supplementary training must be internal or external, and whether the assessment pass/fail or characters after the 7-step-scale used by the samples.
(3). The individual supplementary training has the same external examiners as the master's degree, as supplementary programme provides access to.
Chapter 5 Other rules section 29. The University shall establish within the Executive framework rules on the individual supplementary training in a curriculum.
(2). The curriculum must include rules relating to: 1) Training purposes, see. § 1.
2) Organisation, see. § 3, paragraph 2.
3) any rules for admission to the master program, see. section 4, paragraph 2.
4) description of the diverse objectives, content, and location of the study course, see. Chapter 3.
5) teaching methods.
6) Samples and assessment, see. section 28 (2).
7) rules on merit, without prejudice. section 31.
8) any rules for when the student must have completed training after being started this.
9) any rules about requirements about reading of texts in foreign languages and an indication of which knowledge of the foreign language (s) this implies.
(3). In addition to the rules laid down pursuant to this order shall include the rules in accordance with the curriculum of the examinations ' order and nature of the order.
(4). It must indicate that the curriculum of the University, when it is justified by exceptional circumstances, may grant derogations from the rules in the curriculum, there only is provided by the University.
section 30. In the preparation of curricula and significant amendments thereto shall seek the opinions of the University Presidency, see examiner. section 28 (3).
(2). Academic regulations and significant amendments thereto shall enter into force upon a studieårs start.
(3). Academic regulations and significant amendments thereto shall contain the necessary transitional rules.
(4). Applicable curricula must be publicly available on the University's website.
section 31. The University may, in each case, or by the General rules laid down by the University, accept that the successful programme elements or parts thereof from a Danish or foreign higher education institution in lieu of programme elements or parts thereof covered by this Ordinance.
(2). Decisions in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be taken on the basis of a technical evaluation.
section 32. The University's decisions under section 31, in the case of refusal or partial rejection of the merit of the successful Danish educational elements, can be instituted a merit appeal board regulation. notice of appeal of decisions on merit in university education (merit ankenævns the notice).
(2). The University's decisions under section 31, in the case of refusal or partial rejection of the merit of the successful foreign educational elements, may be brought before the Tribunal, within the meaning of the qualification. law on the evaluation of foreign educational qualifications etc.
section 33. University and property agency may exempt from this Ordinance, when it is justified by exceptional circumstances.
§ 34. The University's decisions under this Ordinance may be brought before the University and property agency of the decision relates (the complainant), when the complaint relates to legal questions. The closing date for the submission of the complaint is 2 weeks from the day the decision is communicated to the complainant.
(2). The complaint shall be submitted to the University, which shall deliver its opinion. The complainant shall be given the opportunity to comment on the University's opinion within a time limit of at least 1 week. The University will send the complaint to the Agency attached to the opinion and the complainant's comments.
section 35. If not otherwise provided by this Ordinance, including rules in notice of part-time education at the universities (part-time Executive order).
Chapter 6 entry into force, etc.
§ 36. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. May 2010.
(2). Executive Order No. 423 of the 21st century. May 2008 about the supplementary training to the educational master degrees (master of pedagogical) should be repealed, without prejudice to article. However, paragraph 3.
(3). Students who have started a supplementary training before the 1. May 2010, has the right to complete training in accordance with the provisions of Decree No. 423 of the 21st century. May 2008 about the supplementary training to the educational master degrees (master of pedagogical.). The University shall determine, when that last time held rehearsals after the said notice.

University and property agency, the twenty-first century. April 2010 Jens Peter Jacobsen/Gertie Lund