Intended learning outcomes *
- The students should after the course have advanced knowledge of:
Rhetoric and methods for communication in processes of change
Models for critical analysis and values of the potential of innovations
Current research and development within communication science
How to describe a target group based on context, values and living environment
The difference between a long-term concept and a good idea
Models and examination methods to simulate, evaluate and predict developments.
- The students should after the course show skills and abilities to:
Take society's need of economically, socially and ecologically sustainable development into account in their innovation work
Review their Bachelor's essay critically from the perspective of an innovator
Cooperate across different fields of knowledge in groups with multi-disciplinary skills
Independently identify and review critical issues in their own and others' innovation processes
Design communication that arouses the layman's curiosity and interest
Be able to account for the knowledge behind critical choices and decisions in their own innovation process.