Energy Policy

3086 WordsMay 3, 201313 Pages
Module Handbook – 2013 Programme: University of Plymouth BSc Oil and Gas Management Module Title: International Energy Policy Level: 5 Credits: 15 Delivery Period: February – May 2013 Total Study Time: 150 hours, comprising 40 classroom hours and 110 hours of personal study. |Module Leader: |Dr Cassandra Martinez-King | |Module Leader’s Contact Hours: |Please refer to the timetable | |Module Leader’s Phone number: |…show more content…
Cognitive/intellectual skills: ability to synthesise information and analyse issues affecting oil and gas policies across the world. Key/Transferable skills: demonstrate the ability to manage a range of information affecting world energy problems and sources of proffered solutions to those issues elicited. Practical skills: ability to operate in situation of varying complexity which entails the use of a variety of techniques and methodologies. 4. Teaching and Learning Methods Lectures and tutorials will provide a solid foundation for learning but you are expected to participate in private study and reading of your own without being directed explicitly. You should read the required reading material at your own pace but be aware that extra reading may be issued to you during the semester. You are also expected to find your own additional reading material, particularly for the purposes of the assignment. The weekly sessions will provide academic and practice-based information. Tutorial Questions will be given to the students in the lectures and/or at the end of each lecture. During tutorials students will be expected to present, discuss and critically evaluate all aspects of the topic in question. An active, participatory approach is expected. As a general guide, a formal lecture will present a particular theme each week
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