Based on recommendation from KTH’s coordinator for disabilities, the examiner will decide how to adapt an examination for students with documented disability.
The examiner may apply another examination format when re-examining individual students.
Individual tasks. The theoretical parts of the course are applied to an individual project in which the student studies an area of their choice concerning time planning (4D) and estimation (5D) in more depth. The student will write a synopsis and develop it into an article that could be published in a professional journal. The student will also assess another student's article as an opponent.
A comprehensive, coordinated project, including an analysis report. The theoretical parts of the course are applied in a group project in which parts of a construction project are analysed. The group's task as consultants, construction company or business developer is to carry out an independent analysis of existing documents for a given project and, based on these, create a report containing a resource plan, describe the project organisation and carry out a profitability and investment assessment. In addition to the technical and financial assessment, the analysis should also consider ethics.
The groups also have to assess another group's technical report and the oral presentation thereof at the end of the course. Other important parameters are the groups' ability to argue their case, allowing each student to have their say, their own reflections, critical thinking, and the ability to handle feedback from opponents, as well as group collaboration. The projects are assessed based on the performance of the group (the students select their group members themselves).
Written examinations take place at the end of the course, with the examination being an open book examination. A student may bring materials published on Bilda in the folder "lectures and other literature". Personal notes in the materials or the textbook are not permitted.