The student can name and define elements, processes, and actors of the circular economy value chain. The student recognizes the barriers and risks in the CE value chain development. The student can, with the help of others, solve assigned tasks. The student gives and receives feedback but considers and assesses things only from his/her own point of view, without being able to generalize and contextualize. Commitment to collaborative innovation process and understanding about customer’s role in the CE value chain is limited.
The student can explain elements, processes, and actors of the circular economy value chain and compare different value chains. The student understands the barriers and risks in the CE value chain development and can suggest improvements. The student can select the most appropriate courses of actions from diverse options and justify his/her choice. The student can give and receive feedback actively and constructively and is able to generalize and conceptualize his/her views. Commitment to collaborative innovation process and understanding about customer’s role in the CE value chain is clear.
The student can analyze and generalize elements, processes, and actors of the circular economy value chain and relate to the professional context. The student understands the barriers and risks in the CE value chain development and understands extensive entities and relations between them. The student can search for diverse courses of action and solution alternatives, justify his/her choices and try new ones. The student uses feedback systematically as a professional tool for growth in his/her own work and for the benefit of the community. The student has an active and facilitative role in the innovation process and understanding about customer’s role in the CE value chain.
All learning materials are distributed via the course moodle. The student is strongly recommended to find complementary learning material and share it with the others.
A company visit in the first intensive week, workshop in the second intensive week, online meetings and lectures, group and individual assignments.
Assessment of the course is based on assignments.
09.10.2022 - 31.01.2023
27.08.2022 - 08.10.2022
Marja Rissanen, Nina Kukkasniemi, Silja Kostia, Taina Kamppuri
MD in Risk Management and Circular Economy
Master's Degree Programme in Risk Management and Circular Economy
TAMK Main Campus
There are no alternative ways to complete the course.
The student is encouraged to bring working life and personal experience in all its forms to be shared with others.
There are no exams during this course, the assessment is based on individual and group assignments.
The student is expected to do an individual study plan for the course to be able to complete the course within the target time.
The course starts in the first intensive week and is closed in the second intensive week. Active period of the course is November 2022 - January 2023. The assignments have deadlines which will be informed in course moodle.
The student has not completed the assignments in accordance with the guidelines given.
The student has completed the assignments, but the scope and discussion concerning the topic is narrow and superficial. The participation in group assignments, workshops and web discussions is partial and not constructive.
The student has completed the assignments and has taken into account multiple points of view on the issues showing awareness of their inter-connections. In group assignments, the student has shown openness to the ideas expressed by the other participants, but engagement has varied during the course.
The student has completed the tasks with obvious dedication. The student has discussed the cases analytically and constructively both in individual assignments and group discussions. The student has shown active interest and engagement throughout the course.