OER BSc Create 2013

OER BSc Create 2013
PROGRAMME APPENDIX TO THE
TEACHING AND EXAMINATION
REGULATIONS OF THE BACHELOR’S
PROGRAMME CREATIVE
TECHNOLOGY
The regulations in this appendix form an integral part of the teaching and
examination regulations of the bachelor’s programme Creative Technology of the
Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science of the
University of Twente.
CO
ONTENTS
S
PAR
RAGRAPH 1
1 THE PROGRAMME SPPECIFIC ISSU
UES OF ART
TICLES 3.1 A
AND 3.2. (W
WHW 3
7.133.2) OF THEE REGULATIONS ART 1.1 -
PROG
GRAMME CONTENTS AND E
EXAMINATIONS
S(A)
3
ART 1.2 -
CONT
TENTS OF EXA
AMINATION SP
PECIALIZATIONS (B)
10
ART 1.3 -
FINAL
L QUALIFICAT
TIONS (C)
10
ART 1.4 -
PRAC
CTICAL WORK AND PRACTIICAL EXERCIS
SES (D)
11
ART 1.5 -
STUD
DY LOAD OF TH
HE PROGRAM
MME AND ITS UNITS
U
(E)
11
ART 1.6 -
ADDIT
TIONAL REQU
UIREMENTS RE
EGARDING BS
SA (NOTICE OF
F EXCLUSION)) (F)
11
ART 1.7 -
STUD
DY LOAD MAST
TER’S PROGR
RAMME (G)
11
ART 1.8 -
PROV
VISIONS REGA
ARDING THE O
ORDER OF TES
STS AND INTERIM EXAMINA
ATIONS (H)
11
ART 1.9 -
THE FULLF
/PART-T
TIME STATUS ((I)
11
ART 1.10 - TEST AND EXAMINA
ATION PERIOD
DS (J)
11
ART 1.11 - TYPE AND ORGANIIZATION OF TE
ESTS AND ASSESSMENT (K
K)
12
ART 1.12 - COND
DITIONS OF AD
DMISSION TO UNITS OF STU
UDY (L)
13
ART 1.13 - MAND
DATORY PART
TICIPATION IN
N PRACTICAL WORK
W
AND/OR PRACTICALL EXERCISES TO
T
14
BE A
ADMITTED TO THE EXAMINA
ATION (M)
PAR
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2 OTHER PROGRAMMEE SPECIFIC C
CHARACTER
RISTICS
15
ART 2.1 -
LANG
GUAGE
15
ART 2.2 -
STUD
DY PLAN
15
ART 2.3 -
STUD
DENT COUNSELLING
15
ART 2.4 -
TUTO
ORING
15
ART 2.5 -
REGU
ULATIONS REG
GARDING REG
GISTERING FO
OR TESTS AND
D EXAMS
16
ART 2.6 -
THE DESIGNATED
D
MASTER’S
M
PR
ROGRAMME
16
ART 2.7 -
THE ADMINISTRAT
A
ION OF THE R
RESULTS FOR TESTS AND EXAMS
E
16
ART 2.8 -
REGU
ULATIONS REG
GARDING BSA
A (NOTICE OF EXCLUSION)
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PARAGRAP
PH 1
RAMME SPECIFIC
S
C ISSUES
S OF ARTICLES 3.11 AND 3.22.
THE PROGR
(WHW 7.13.2) OF THE REGULLATIONS1
Art 1.1 -
PR
ROGRAMM
ME CONTE
ENTS AND EXAMINA
ATIONS(A)
1) Students who were enrolled
e
for the Bachelo
or’s program
mme Creatiive Technollogy
in the aca
ademic yearr 2012-2013
3 pass the bachelor’s
b
examination
e
n by
completin
ng2 the units
s of study off tables 1a, 2a and 3a.
2) The units of study of table 1a arre no longerr taught as separate
s
unnits (as of
Septembe
er 1, 2013). Provisionss for comple
eting these units
u
are in the
Transition
nal arrangem
ments appe
endix.
3) Students who are enrolled for th
heir first yea
ar in Creativ
ve Technoloogy at
Septembe
er 1, 2013, or later, passs the bach
helor’s exam
mination by ccompleting the
units of sttudy of table
e 1b, and th
he units of the second and
a third yeear.
4) For (almo
ost) every un
nit of study,, with the ex
xception of the units reeferred to in
Article 1.1
1.2, supervis
sed (teachi ng) activitie
es are organ
nized. The nnature of the
activities is
i included in the table
es 1b, 2a, an
nd 3a, using
g the follow
wing
abbreviatiions
A (Asssignments) Students w
work on assignments, under
u
superrvision of a
teaccher and/or assistant.
D (Deliverable) a result is be
eing produc
ced, which can
c be demoonstrated and
a
observed; the product
p
is m
more than mere
m
text forr reading.
G (Gro
oup) studen
nts collabora
ate in a group.
I
(Inte
eraction) qu
uestions are
e raised, dis
scussed and
d answeredd, in
colla
aboration between stud
dents and teacher.
t
L
(Lecctures) an expert
e
spea
aker address
ses the stud
dents.
P (Pre
esentations) the studen
nts address
s their fellow
w students.
5) Some units in the second and th
hird year are
e options, some
s
are eleectives.
a electives are furthe
er specified in this Art 1.1, items 7 – 10 below
w.
Options and
6) The stude
ent’s choice
e of options and electives must me
eet the requuirements off Art
1.12 of this appendix
x.
7) At the end
d of the firstt year stude
ents must ch
hoose betw
ween two opptions in the
eir
second ye
ear: Smart Technology
T
y and New Media.
M
8) During the
e second ye
ear studentss choose be
etween two mathematiics courses:
Strategiess and Protocols and Qu
ueues and Logistics.
9) Students have to cho
oose course
es with a stu
udy load of 30 EC in seemester 5 (the
(
first half of
o the third year
y
of the p
programme), This is the profileringgsruimte, i.e
e.
1
The
e regulations are:
a the teaching and exam
mination regula
ations for Crea
ative Technoloogy. The letters (am) in
n the article titles of this para
agraph refer to
o the correspo
onding items in WHW 7.13.22
2
To complete a un
nit means to pass
p
the unit’ss assessment with a sufficient result.
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the free space to establish an in
ndividual pro
ofile in the curriculum.
c
ofileringsruim
mte
In the pro

students can
c take cou
urses to pre
epare for furrther study in a Masterr’s
programme,

students can
c take a sstandard or individual minor
m
prograamme

students can
c take one
e semester of courses at another (foreign)
university (which is in
n fact a spec
cial kind of an
a individuaal minor),

students can
c take the
e opposite course
c
of the
eir second yyear
specializattion (15 EC ), and comb
bine this witth a choice of other
courses with a 15 EC
C study load in total, to make an in dividual 30 EC
minor,

and possib
bly more.
10
0) Students have to cho
oose electivves in their third
t
year to
otalling at leeast 15 EC. The
choice of electives se
erves at lea
ast two purp
poses:

students are
a confrontted with a viiew on and research innto the humantechnology
y relationsh
hip which is largely insp
pired by behhavioural orr
manageme
ent science
es,

students work
w
on ethiics and proffessional standards forr design.
Table 3a contains the
e list of elecctives. The text below the
t table elaaborates the
options a student has
s to deviate
e from this liist.
11) In their Final project at the end o
of their third
d year stude
ents compleete graduation
work with a study loa
ad of 15 EC
C.
n work cons
sists of
Graduation
1. A de
esign projec
ct, where co
ontext and goals
g
are se
et preferablly by an
exte
ernal party.
2. A grraduation re
eport, with a
appendices
s when nece
essary, in w
which the
stud
dent renders account o
of the gradu
uation projec
ct and the ddesign
app
proach, and describes a
and docume
ents literatu
ure search, surveys and
experiments co
onducted du
uring the prroject, as we
ell as the prrototypes an
nd
er deliverab
bles which re
result from the
t project.
othe
3. A su
ummary of the
t graduattion report.
4. A pu
ublic presen
ntation and defence off the gradua
ation work.
The studen
nt can start graduation work at the
e beginning of a semesster.
The deadline for graduation workk is at the en
nd of the se
emester in w
which it starrted.
This period
d of time cannot be exttended. If th
he deadline is not met, the examin
ners
will assesss the gradua
ation work a
anyway. Thiis may result in a fail.
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2) The Exam
mination Boa
ard may de cide that students pass their exam
mination eve
en if
some resu
ults are insu
ufficient. Th
he rules set by the Examination Booard for
passing examination
e
s are in the
e Rules and
d Regulation
ns of the Exa
xamination
Board.
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enablers
assessment4
teaching
activities3
study load
in EC
Tab
ble 1a: the fiirst year (for students e
enrolled in 2012-2013)
2
W
We Create Ide
entity
5
Q1
Smart Environ
nments
4
Q2
Living and Wo
orking Tomorrrow
5
Q3
Have Fun and
d Play!
5
Q4
V
Visual Communication
4
Q1
Sketching for CreaTe
3
Q2
Interactive Vissualization
4
Q3&Q4
Designing in Context
C
3
Q3
Human Factors
3
Q4
Introduction to
o Computer Science
2
Q1
Programming and Physical Computing
7
Q1&Q2
NM
Introduction to
o Physical Sys
stems and the
eir Dynamic
Behaviour
5
Q3&Q4
ST
Introduction to
o Mathematics
s and Modellin
ng
6
Q2&Q3
ST
First year porttfolio
4
Q1-Q4
P
Y
Year 1
ST
NM
NM
60
The
e abbreviatio
ons for enablers must be read as follows
NM
(New Me
edia) studen
nts must havve complete
ed these un
nits before thhey can
participatte in the Ne
ew Media co
ourse of the
e second year (cf. Art 1 .12 of this
appendixx).
ST
(Smart Technology) students m
must have co
ompleted th
hese units bbefore they can
participatte in the Sm
mart Techno
ology course
e of the sec
cond year (ccf Art 1.12 of
o
this appe
endix).
P
students must have completed the first yea
ar portfolio before theyy can
participatte in the sec
cond year p
portfolio.
3
The
e column is em
mpty since the
ese units of stu
udy are no lon
nger taught, cff Art. 1.1.2
4
The
e column conttains quarters where subtessts have to be taken to fulfil the assessmeent requirements,
since
e there will be no more exam
minations for tthese units. See the Transittional arrange ments append
dix.
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Assessment
type6
teaching
activities5
study load in EC
Ta
able 1b: the
e first year for
f studentss first time enrolled
e
afte
er 2012-201 3
W
We Create Ide
entity
15
LPIADG
ADEOPW
Smart Environ
nments
15
LPIADG
ADEOPW
Living and Wo
orking Tomorrrow
15
LPIADG
ADEOPW
Have Fun and
d Play!
15
LPIADG
ADEOPW
Y
Year 1
60
5
The
e abbreviation
ns are explaine
ed in Art. 1.1.4
4 of this appen
ndix.
6
The
e abbreviation
ns are explaine
ed in Art 1.11 of this append
dix
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prerequisites
assessment8
teaching
activities7
study load in EC
Tab
ble 2a: the second
s
yearr for studen ts enrolled in 2012-201
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A
Ambient Screens
5
LPIDG
DEP
45
Hybrid Worldss
5
LPIDG
DEP
45
Creative Explo
orations in Artt, Science and
d Technology
2
A
H
45
A
Animated Narrration
3
LPID
D
45
Innovation and Entrepreneu
urship for IBA
3
AW
45
Startrix for Cre
eaTe
5
DP
45
Programming with Structure
es
5
LID
AO
45
W
Web Servicess and Data-driv
ven Applicatio
ons
4
LA
A
45
Introduction to
o Probability and
a Statistics
3
LI
W
45
Research Metthodology
2
A
45
Systems and Signals
3
W
45
either
S
Strategies
and
d Protocols
3
LI
W
45+
+r
o
or
Q
Queues
and lo
ogistics
3
LI
W
45+
+r
either
S
Smart
Techno
ology
15
(4)
45+
+ST
or
N
New
Media
15
(4)
45+
+NM
Second Year Portfolio
Y
Year 2
2
45+
+P
60
A nu
umber (n) between
b
bra
ackets in the
e assessme
ent column indicates thhat the interrim
examination for the unit co
onsists of n separate sub
s tests. Fo
or the appliccation of Arrt.
n text of thes
se regulatio
ons, these sub-tests
s
are full tests. The examiner
4.8 of the main
uch a sub te
est result ass a result fo
or a separate unit of stuudy, but only if
mayy register su
it is not mandatory for the student to ttake the entire unit (se
ee also the T
Transitionall
angements appendix)
arra
The
e two pairs of
o units prec
ceded by “e
either…or” are
a options. Each studeent has to
com
mplete at lea
ast one of th
he units of e
each pair. (c
cf this Art 1.1 items 6 aand 7)
The
e units which
h are printe
ed in italics a
are specific
c for a specialization. (ccf this Art 1..1
item
ms 6 and 7).. Students who
w opt for Smart Tech
hnology take the Smarrt Technolog
gy
unitt. Students who
w opt for New Media
a take the New
N
Media unit. Both uunits have a
dy load of 15 credits.
stud
7
The
e abbreviation
ns are explaine
ed in this Art 1
1.1.3
8
The
e abbreviation
ns are explaine
ed in Art 1.11 of this append
dix.
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The
e prerequisittes must be
e understoo
od as follows
s (see also Art 1.12 of this append
dix):
45
To participate, stude
ents must h ave comple
eted units off the first yeear with a to
otal
study loa
ad of at leas
st 45 EC
+r
To participate, stude
ents have to
o register, and
a their reg
gistration m ust be
d; the course
es have a liimited capa
acity for partticipation
accepted
M (New Me
edia) To parrticipate, stu
udents mustt have completed the N
NM enablerrs of
+NM
table 1.
+ST
T (Smart Technology) To particip
pate, studen
nts must hav
ve completeed the ST
enablers of table 1.
+P
To participate, stude
ents must h ave comple
eted the first year portfoolio.
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Free space to
o establish a profile (profileriingsruimte)
prerequisites
assessment
teaching
activities
study load in EC
Tab
ble 3a: the th
hird year for students e
enrolled in 2012-2013
2
30
90
15
90
Design Again
nst Crime, 6E
EC
Remote Carre Nearby, 5EC
C
Electives,
choice from
Entertainmen
nt Education, 5EC
Creative Colllaboration,5E
EC
Ethics for CrreaTe, 5EC
Final Project
150
Y
Year 3
The
e units of tab
ble 3 which are printed
d in italics de
escribe elec
ctives and ooptions for the
t
stud
dent. See Art
A 1.1.8 and
d 1.1.9.
Provvisions for the
t choice of
o options a
and electives are furthe
er elaborateed in Art. 1.1
12.5.
Stud
dents may replace
r
Ethics for Crea
ative Technology by other Ethics ccourses, if their
t
tuto
or approves.. Students may
m proposse to take otther courses as electivve tan the
courses in the list; howeve
er, they nee
ed explicit permission of
o the Exam
mination Boa
ard
to ta
ake an elecctive (non-etthics) coursse which is not
n in the lis
st.
The
e prerequisittes must be
e understoo
od as follows
s (see also Art 1.12 of this append
dix)
90
To participate in these units of sstudy, stude
ents must have
h
compleeted units of
o
their first and second
d year total ling at leastt 90 credits..
0 To start the
t Final Project, stude
ents must ha
ave comple
eted 150 EC
C of the entiire
150
programm
me.
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Art 1.2 -
CO
ONTENTS OF EXAMIINATION SPECIALIZ
S
ZATIONS (B
B)
There are no
n specializ
zations a stu
udent can choose
c
for graduation.
g
Art 1.3 -
FIN
NAL QUAL
LIFICATION
NS (C)
The
e intended le
earning outcomes of th
he Creative Technology curriculum
m are captured
by tthe following
g 12 final qu
ualificationss for the Cre
eative Technology gradduates. Nam
mes
for tthe qualifica
ations are in
n boldface.
1. Gradua
ates are skilled in probl em-finding, idea and concept
c
genneration, and in
the iden
ntification off opportunitties for the exploitation
e
of new tec hnology; they
can devvelop conce
epts and ide
eas, using th
he latest too
ols, into keyy prototypes
s.
(Conce
ept generattion and prrototype de
evelopment)
2. Gradua
ates can eva
aluate conccepts and ideas from th
he viewpointts of
function
nality, performance, exxperience, user
u
accepta
ance and ussability,
marketing and soc
cietal implica
ations (issues like priva
acy and seccurity); they
y
esent the res
sults of theiir evaluation
n in an unde
erstandablee manner.
can pre
(Evalua
ation of concepts)
3. Gradua
ates understtand the wo
orkflow of a design proc
cess, can pplan such a
design process, an
nd are awarre of the efffects that un
nforeseen ccircumstances
(new ideas, new re
equirementss, lack of re
esources) may
m have onn this planning.
(Underrstanding and
a plannin
ng the desiign process
s)
4. Gradua
ates can ass
sume a role
e in a multi-d
disciplinary team, are aaware of
persona
al strengths
s and weakn
nesses, can
n develop a personal viision and ca
an
capture
e requirements and kno
owledge from different fields of sppecialization
n.
(Collab
boration an
nd multidisc
ciplinarity))
5. Gradua
ates know th
he relevant theories un
nderpinning graphic dessign in all itts
aspectss (including the use of ccolour and motion, the combinatioon of text an
nd
other visual means
s, and even
n the combin
nation of gra
aphics and sound) (Sk
kills
and knowledge in
n graphic d
design)
6. Gradua
ates know th
he relevant (web techn
nology, databases, dyn amic and
control systems) te
echnologiess to be used
d, and the re
elationshipss they have to
one ano
other and to
o graphic an
nd motion design
d
(quallification 5),, concerning
g
both priinciples and
d functional ity. In additiion to this, each
e
studennt has
addition
nal technolo
ogical know
wledge, whic
ch concerns
s, dependingg on his
specialiization, either knowled ge of (serio
ous) games and 3D (virrtual)
environments or kn
nowledge o
of sensors, wireless
w
com
mmunicatioon and
nics. (Know
wledge of te
echnology)
electron
7. Gradua
ates can imp
plement alg
gorithms and
d combine principles
p
frrom physics
s
and ma
athematics at
a the level required to demonstrate an appliccation. (Skills
in technology)
ates can ana
alyze and cclassify system behavio
our and exppress the
8. Gradua
analysiss in mathem
matical mod
dels; they ca
an use tools
s to perform
m simulation
ns,
they are
e capable of
o critical eva
aluation of their
t
simula
ations. (Skillls and
knowle
edge in modelling and
d simulatio
on)
9. Gradua
ates know how to devellop a busine
ess plan. (B
Business kknowledge))
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10. Gradua
ates are awa
are of the ro
oles of designers in society, and thhe standard
ds
(ethically and legally) for profe
essional behaviour. (Roles in socciety)
ates can com
mmunicate with expertts and non-e
experts aboout all aspec
cts
11. Gradua
of his fie
eld, i.e. firsttly concerniing conceptts, ideas, op
pportunitiess, and design
workflow
w (qualifications1,3), ssecondly concerning ev
valuation off concepts
(qualificcation 2), an
nd finally co
oncerning prototype development and
technological and modelling isssues (1,6,7
7,8); this co
ommunicatioon covers
ation, and (tto a limited extent)
presenttation, justiffication and documenta
scientifiic debate; in
n this comm
munication the
t graduate
e knows hoow to employ
modern
n media.(Co
ommunicattion)
12. Gradua
ates are cap
pable of logiical reasoniing; they are
e inquisitivee and capab
ble
of posin
ng proper questions; th
hey can critiically evalua
ate results oobtained (by
themse
elves and others); they are capable
e of critical reflection aand can ada
apt
their be
ehaviour on the basis o
of that reflec
ction, and are aware off gaps in the
eir
own kno
owledge an
nd skills; the
ey are prepa
ared to learn and capaable of learn
ning.
(Basic academic attitude)
Art 1.4 -
PR
RACTICAL
L WORK AN
ND PRACTICAL EXE
ERCISES ((D)
The
ere are no special provisions for prractical worrk and exerc
cises.
Art 1.5 -
ST
TUDY LOA
AD OF THE
E PROGRA
AMME AND
D ITS UNITSS (E)
The
e study load
d of units of study is in tthe tables of
o article 1.1 of this apppendix. The
stud
dy load of th
he entire pro
ogramme iss 180 EC..
Art 1.6 - AD
DDITIONAL
L REQUIRE
EMENTS REGARDIN
R
NG BSA (N
NOTICE OF
F
EXC
CLUSION) (F)
The
e programm
me imposes no addition al requirem
ments regard
ding BSA (thhe “bindend
d
stud
dieadvies”).
Art 1.7 -
ST
TUDY LOA
AD MASTER
R’S PROG
GRAMME (G
G)
Doe
es not applyy.
Art 1.8 - PR
ROVISIONS
S REGARD
DING THE ORDER OF TESTS A
AND INTER
RIM
EXA
AMINATIO
ONS (H)
The
e provisions regarding the
t order off tests and exams
e
are contained
c
inn the
adm
mission cond
ditions of Art 1.12 of th
his appendix
x. The same
e provisionss appear in the
tables of Art 1.1 of this appendix.
Art 1.9 -
TH
HE FULL- /PART-TIM
ME STATUS (I)
The
e programm
me enrols on
nly studentss with a full-ttime status..
Art 1.10 - TE
EST AND EXAMINAT
E
TION PERIIODS (J)
1) Periods fo
or tests and exams are
e in the roste
ers.
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2) There is no
n specific period
p
to takke the bach
helor’s exam
mination.
Art 1.11 - TY
YPE AND ORGANIZA
O
ATION OF TESTS
T
AN
ND ASSESSSMENT (K
K)
1) The way test
t
and ass
sessment a
are organize
ed can be fo
ound in the tables 1a, 1b,
1
2a, and 3a of Art 1.1 of this appe
endix. The following ab
bbreviationss are used::
A (Assig
gnments ) students han
nd in (home
ework) assig
gnments.
D (Deliverable) stud
dents demo
onstrate the results of an
a assignmeent (a working
alysed and observed,
o
not
n mere texxt)
prototyype, a result to be ana
E (Essayy) students hand in on e or more essays.
e
O (Oral) oral examination
P (Public defence) student give
e a presenttation and (publicly) deefend the
resultss of an assignment
W (Writte
en) students
s participate
e in a session for a written exam.
These codes for assessment cha
aracterize exams. The examiner w
will observe
dd more dettailed requirrements for assessmen
nt.
these charracteristics, but may ad
2) For units in table 1b (Article 1.1 of this appe
endix) the examiners
e
w
will set and
available at the start of the unit)
publish (a
a. an overview
o
of the variouss tests invollved, and th
he nature off each
indivvidual test in terms of A
Article 1.11.1
b. a re
equired miniimum score
e for each te
est, in orderr to achievee a result forr the
entire module.
will have in determining
g the final ggrade for the
e
c. the weight thatt each test w
entire module.
3) Sub tests and repair options (ap
pplicable on
nly to units of
o Article 1.11 table 1b)
A test may be divided
d into sub te
ests, which are graded
d separatelyy. Before the
e
xaminer setts and publishes the rules by whicch the final test
t
start of the unit he ex
d
based on t he sub test results.
result is determined,
Tests and
d sub tests are
a organize
p
s have the
ed in such a way that participants
option of ‘repair’
‘
befo
ore the final result of th
he entire unit is determiined.
4) Authority of the Exam
miner and th
he Examina
ation Board regarding ssupplementary
assessme
ent (applicable only to units of Artiicle 1.1 table 1b)
The exam
miner of each unit can o
offer particip
pants a sup
pplementaryy assessme
ent
for the unit.
n to supplem
mentary asssessment can
c be granted only to sstudents wh
ho
Admission
failed the unit, but wh
ho were clo
ose to succe
ess, and who have shoown, despite
e
m
clea
ar progress towards rea
aching the ffinal
their failurre for this module,
.
qualifications of the programme
p
The Exam
mination Boa
ard gives diirections to the examin
ner regardinng the
admission
n of studentts to supple
ementary as
ssessment.
5) Suppleme
entary assessment (ap
pplicable only to units of
o Article 1 ta
table 1b)
Suppleme
entary assessment for a unit is conducted witthin a 10 weeeks period
d
after the moment
m
the
e result of th
he unit is se
et.
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For candidates who are
a admitte
ed to the sup
pplementary
y assessmeent, the resu
ult
ded, until th
he result of the
t supplem
mentary asssessment is
s
of the unitt is suspend
available (i.e. the sus
spension lassts at most 10 weeks)
If the resu
ult of the supplementarry assessme
ent is positive, the canndidate is
awarded by
b a grade 6 for the en
ntire unit.
If the resu
ult of supple
ementary asssessment is negative, the result oof the unit is
s
the origina
al result, tha
at has been
n suspended until the supplementa
s
tary
assessme
ent.
Art 1.12 - CO
ONDITIONS
S OF ADM
MISSION TO
O UNITS OF
O STUDY (L)
1) Specific conditions
c
of admission
n to (i.e. pre
erequisites for)
f units of study are in
n
the tabless of Article 1.1
1 of this a ppendix, wh
here the units of study are listed. For
units of th
he second year
y
these re
requirementts partly coincide with tthe conditio
ons
for a noticce of admiss
sion.
pate in units
s of study o
of the secon
nd year the following coonditions must
2) To particip
be met:
a. The
ere is a regis
stration as e
either New Media or Smart Technnology stude
ent
b. Stud
dy units of the
t first yea
ar with a tota
al study load of at leasst 45 credits
s
havve been com
mpleted.
c(Math)) To take either Queue
es and Logiistics or Stra
ategies andd Protocols, the
stud
dent’s registtration for th
he course of
o his/her ch
hoice must hhave been
accepted. Therre is a regisstration proc
cedure for students
s
to aapply for
he number o
of participants for each
h course is llimited.
partticipation, th
d(ST). To take Smart
S
Techn
nology as a specialization in the seecond yearr,
the enabling un
nits of the fi rst year mu
ust have bee
en completeed. The
ena
abling units for
f ST are ((see also ta
able 1a)
Sma
art Environm
ments
Intro
oduction to Physical Syystems and
d their Dyna
amic Behaviiour
Intro
oduction to Mathematiccs and Mod
delling
d(NM). To take New
N
Media u
units as a specializatio
on in the seccond year, the
t
ena
abling units of the first yyear must have
h
been completed.
c
T
The enablin
ng
unitts for NM arre (see also
o table 1a)
Visu
ual Communication
Inte
eractive Visu
ualization
Prog
gramming and
a Physica
al Computin
ng
3) With the last study ad
dvice prece
eding the fin
nal notice off exclusion oor admissio
on
for the second year, the Examin
nation Board
d will ask the students to announc
ce
their choicce of track. After the re
egistration fo
or a speciallization, andd a check iff all
conditionss are met, th
he Examina
ation Board issues a fo
ormal permisssion for the
participatiion in secon
nd year unitts. Students
s without such a permisssion can be
b
excluded from classe
es and interrim examina
ations.
4) The Exam
mination Boa
ard issues a regulation
n for students who wishh to change
e
their regisstration (from
m NM to ST
T or convers
sely).
5) To particip
pate in units
s of the third
rd year, the following co
onditions m
must be met
a. Stud
dy units of the
t first and
d second ye
ears must ha
ave been coompleted with
w
a to
otal study load of at lea
ast 90 creditts.
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b. (profi
fileringsruim
mte) The seccond year tu
utor has giv
ven permisssion (on beh
half
of th
he Examina
ation Board)) for the cou
urses in the profileringssruimte; the
e
tuto
or has the au
uthority to rrefuse perm
mission even
n if a propossed choice of
courses meets the require
ements b1, b2 and b3.
b1. (pro
ofileringsruim
mte) The un
nits of study
y in the proffileringsruim
mte are courses
offe
ered by an in
nstitution orr programm
me which has an accredditation prov
ving
its university
u
le
evel, or com
mparable.
b2. (pro
ofileringsruim
mte) The un
nits of study
y of an intro
oductory natture among
g the
courses in the profileringssruimte have
e a total study load of aat most 20 EC;
E
p
wo
ork in the prrofileringsru
uimte does nnot exceed a
the amount of practical
dy load of 15 EC.
stud
b3. (pro
ofileringsruim
mte) The un
nits of study
y devoted to
o foreign cuulture and
lang
guage amon
ng the cours
rses in the profileringsr
p
ruimte have a total stud
dy
load
d of at mostt 10 EC
c (electtives) The second yearr tutor has given
g
permis
ssion (on beehalf of the
Exa
amination Board) for the
e choice of electives; the
t tutor hass the authority
to re
efuse permission even
n if a propos
sed choice of
o courses m
meets the
requ
uirements c1,
c c2, c3 an
nd c4.
c1 (elecctives) At le
east one uniit among the
e electives deals with eethics and
proffessional standards.
c2 (elecctives) other units amo
ong the elec
ctives deal with
w researcch into humanprod
duct relation
nships, from
m the perspective of be
ehavioural aand/or
man
nagement sciences,
s
exxcept for stu
udents who opt for an eeffort as
described unde
er c3 or c4.
c3 (elecctives) one unit among
g the electives, with a study
s
load oof 5 EC
maxximum, can be an assisstantship in
n a final projject of a felllow studentt. It
musst be clear that
t
the stud
dent doing the
t final pro
oject definess the work of
o
the assistant, and
a acts as his or her manager.
m
An
A examinerr appointed by
amination Board is resp
ponsible forr the assess
sment of thee assistant’s
s
Exa
worrk.
Thiss option can
nnot be com
mbined with the option under c4.
c4 (elecctives) one unit among
g the electives, with a study
s
load oof 5 EC
maxximum, can be devoted
d to academ
mic writing. This option cannot be
com
mbined with the option under c3.
es for the assistantship
6) The Exam
mination Boa
ard sets rule
a
ps under 1. 12. item 5.c
c3.
7) To start th
heir Final Prroject, stude
ents must have
h
comple
eted units tootalling 150
0EC
of the programme.
Art 1.13 - MA
ANDATOR
RY PARTIC
CIPATION IN PRACTICAL WOR
RK AND/OR
R
PRA
ACTICAL EXERCISE
E
ES TO BE A
ADMITTED
D TO THE EXAMINAT
E
TION (M)
The
e tables in Art
A 1.1 of this appendix show for which
w
units of
o study parrticipation in
n
pracctical work is
i mandatorry in order tto be admis
ssible to the exam (if anny).
Provvisions (if any)
a
regarding mandato
ory practica
al work are also
a
to be foound in Art
1.12
2 of this app
pendix.
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PARAGRAP
PH 2
OGRAMM
ME SPECIIFIC CHA
ARACTER
RISTICS
OTTHER PRO
Art 2.1 -
LA
ANGUAGE
1) The langu
uage of the programme
e is English. This applie
es to teachiing and
examinatiion.
2) The Exam
mination Boa
ard can gra
ant permission to teach and conduuct interim
examinatiion in anoth
her language
g
onlyy if it serves
s
e. Permission can be granted
the qualityy of the ass
sessment.
3) The dean issues a re
egulation co
oncerning th
he assessm
ment of Engl ish languag
ge
ho teach cou
urses in the
e programm e, and of th
he
proficienccy of staff members wh
support sttaff for the programme
p
. All staff involved mus
st meet the language
requireme
ents of the regulation.
r
C
Courses to improve En
nglish proficciency of sta
aff
members are provide
ed.
Art 2.2 -
ST
TUDY PLAN
1) Students who were enrolled
e
beffore Septem
mber 1st, 20
013, must suubmit a stud
dy
e study adv
viser at the b
beginning of
o each sem
mester. The study advis
ser
plan to the
initiates th
he submissiion procedu
ure by sending the stud
dents a digittal form to fill.
f
The stude
ent should return
r
his fil led-in form for the nextt semester ultimately th
he
last working day befo
ore the exam
mination pe
eriod of the previous seemester. Th
he
study advviser will ens
sure that the
e student has 10 days to fill the foorm.
2) Students may adapt their study plans for a semester only
o
after coonsultation of
o
the study adviser.
3) The studyy adviser will give those
e students an
a advice re
egarding theeir study pla
an
for whom he/she con
nsiders it ne
ecessary to do so. The study advisser determines
of the feedback he/she gives. In m
most cases
both the timing and the nature o
be given du
feedback on the stud
dy plan will b
uring the reg
gular counsselling meettings,
for which the studentts are invite
ed. In some cases the feedback
f
onn the study
b a written opinion.
plan will be
4) A studentt who asks for
f feedbac k will get a response.
Art 2.3 -
ST
TUDENT COUNSELLLING
By A
Art. 6.2.2 off the teachin
ng and exam
mination regulations, each
e
studennt has a student
advviser, who, in
n accordance with the university directive
d
forr study advicce and notic
ces
of e
exclusion, iss the primary
y person to address fo
or students in matters cconcerning their
t
stud
dy.
The
e student ad
dviser for Crreative Tech
hnology has
s a task in mentoring,
m
ii.e. persona
al
guid
dance orien
nted to perso
onal proble ms and perrsonal growth.
Art 2.4 -
TU
UTORING
Eve
ery student of
o Creative Technologyy has a tuto
or. Tutors arre universityy staff
mem
mbers who take care of
o academicc guidance and
a profess
sional growtth of their
tute
ees (a tutee is a studen
nt who is gu ided by the tutor).
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The
e Examinatio
on Board de
elegates ad
dvice and ap
pproval for choices of sspecializatio
ons,
courses in the profileringsruimte, and
d choices off electives to
o the tutors .
Art 2.5 EXA
AMS
RE
EGULATIO
ONS REGA
ARDING RE
EGISTERIN
NG FOR TEESTS AND
Reg
gulations reg
garding the
e registration
n as a partic
cipant beforre taking a ttest or exam
m
can be found at
a the Creatiive Technollogy web site.
Art 2.6 -
TH
HE DESIGN
NATED MA
ASTER’S PROGRAM
P
ME
1) The maste
er’s program
mme for Cre
eative Tech
hnology graduates, in aaccordance
e
with sectio
on 7.13, subsection 3 o
of the Act, is the Huma
an Media Innteraction
Programm
me of the Un
niversity of Twente.
2) Admission
n to other Master’s
M
pro
ogrammes may
m depend
d on study uunits in the
student’s “profilerings
sruimte”. Th
he Admissio
ons Board of
o the Masteer’s program
mme
defines th
he requirements an app
plicant must meet to be
e eligible fo r admission
n.
Art 2.7 EXA
AMS
TH
HE ADMINIISTRATION
N OF THE RESULTS FOR TESTTS AND
1) When an exemption is granted ffor a test, th
his is registe
ered in the sstudent
on system as
a a result fo
or that test, with code VR
V (Dutch: Vrijstelling)).
informatio
This VR re
esult will co
ount as a ma
ults
ark 6 when a (weighted) average of test resu
is determiined.
2) A studentt who is entiitled to an e
exemption fo
or a test, may decide to take the test
t
anyway, in order to get
g a properr mark, inste
ead of the VR
V and its aassociated 6.
6
3) A test may be marke
ed by Pass o
or Fail only,, instead of a score on the standard
s
A Fail is registere
ed by code NVD (Dutc
ch: niet vold aan), a Pas
ss is
numeric scale.
registered
d by code V (Dutch: vo
oldaan). No numeric values are asssociated wiith
these cod
des for the purpose
p
of d
determining
g averages.
4) If more than one marrk is registe
ered (for diffferent attem
mpts at the ssame test or
exam), the
e highest mark
m
counts .
Art 2.8 -
RE
EGULATIO
ONS REGA
ARDING BS
SA (NOTICE OF EXC LUSION)
1) Creative Technology
T
y uses the B
BSA module
e of the stud
dent informaation system
m.
2) Recomme
endations re
egarding the
e continuation of studie
es are baseed on resultts
that are re
egistered fo
or units of sttudy (i.e. no
ot on the results of (subb)tests). Aftter
the first qu
uarter a pre
eliminary ad
dvice can be
e given, whiich is eitherr positive,
negative or
o neutral.
3) There are
e two mome
ents in time when forma
al recomme
endations arre issued, the
intermedia
ate and the final recom
mmendation
n. If the final recommenndation is
negative, this is compelling, a ne
egative fina
al recommen
ndation is a notice of
exclusion.
4) Formal re
ecommenda
ations are isssued by the
e Examinatiion Board.
5) Students will receive their forma
al recommendations dig
gitally (i.e. nnot on pape
er,
and with a digital sign
nature). The
e recommendations arre formulateed in
accordancce with the provisions o
gulations.
of these reg
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TRANSITIONAL ARRANGEMENTS
APPENDIX TO THE TEACHING AND
EXAMINATION REGULATIONS OF THE
BACHELOR’S PROGRAMME CREATIVE
TECHNOLOGY
The regulations in this appendix form an integral part of the teaching and
examination regulations of the bachelor’s programme Creative Technology of the
Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science of the
University of Twente.
CONTENTS
ART 1.1 -
1..
2..
3..
4..
TRA
ANSITIONAL ARRANGEMEN
A
NTS
2
2
3
6
6
Regulation
n 2012-2013 regarding the ffirst year’s exa
am (propedeuse)
Regulation
n 2012-2013 regarding the ssecond year programme
p
an
nd the Bacheloor’s exam
Regulation
n 2013-2014 regarding the ffirst year’s exa
am (propedeuse)
Regulation
n 2013-2014 regarding the ffirst year’s exa
am (propedeuse)
TABLLE 1 - FIRST YEAR
Y
COURSE
ES IN THE ACA
ADEMIC YEAR
RS 2010-2011, 2011-2012 AN
ND 2012-2013 7
TABLLE 2 - SECON
ND YEAR COUR
RSES IN THE A
ACADEMIC YE
EARS 2011-201
12 AND 2012-22013
Art 1.1 -
8
TR
RANSITION
NAL ARRA
ANGEMENT
TS
1. Regulation 2012--2013 reg
garding th
he first ye
ear’s exam
m
(propede
euse)
Occ
casion: Thiss regulation
n is necessa
ary because
e the first ye
ear’s prograamme changes,
starrting Septem
mber 2012.
The
e earlier regulation rega
arding studyy units of th
he first year of 2011-20012 is
inco
orporated in
n this regula
ation.
Term of validity: until Sep
ptember 1, 2014.
Con
ntents of th
he regulatio
on:
To ccomplete th
heir first yea
ar, students who were first
f
enrolled
d in 2010-20011 or 20112012 must com
mply to prov
visions 1 – 4
4. Where these provisio
ons speak oof “lines” an
nd
“columns”, theyy refer to lin
nes and colu
umns in Tab
ble 1 - first year
y
coursees in the
academic yearrs 2010-201
11, 2011-20
012, 2012-2013.
1 (A
Applies to alll students who
w were fi rst enrolled in either 20
010-2011, oor 2011-201
12)
To m
meet the requirements
s of the first year, a unitt of study (o
or a combin ation of units,
whe
en applicablle) must be completed at each of the lines 1 through 13 of table 1.
The
e unit which is complete
ed can be a unit from a column co
orrespondinng to a later
academic yearr than the ye
ear of the sttudent’s firs
st enrolmentt. It can nevver be a uniit
from
m a column correspond
ding to an a cademic ye
ear precedin
ng the year of first
enro
olment.
2a. (Applies on
nly to studen
nts who we re first enro
olled in 2010
0-2011)
To m
meet the requirements
s of the first year, units from lines 14
1 – 16 musst be
com
mpleted, with
h a study lo
oad which iss enough to
o reach a tottal first yearr study load
d of
(at least) 60 EC
C.
2b. (Applies on
nly to studen
nts who we re first enro
olled in 2011
1-2012)
To m
meet the requirements
s of the first year, the First Year Po
ortfolio courrse (line 14))
musst be completed.
3. (A
Applies to all
a students who were ffirst enrolled
d in either 2010-2011,
2
oor 2011-2012)
Tessts passed for
f Introducttion to Com
mputer Scien
nce (line 1), Interactivee Visualization
(line
e 10), and/o
or Introduction to Dyna mical Syste
ems and the
eir Dynamicc Behaviourr
2
Tran
nsitional Arrang
gements Appe
endix to the Te
eaching and Examination
E
Regulations
R
Crea
ative Technolo
ogy (Sep 2013
3)
(line
e 13) during
g the academic year 20
012-2013 in
n order to co
omply to proovision 1, may
m
be rregarded ass resits for tests for the
e correspond
ding course
es of the acaademic yea
ar
2011-2012, and the results can hence
e be registe
ered for those courses,, with the sttudy
load
d of 2011-20
012.
4. (A
Applies to all
a students who were ffirst enrolled
d in either 2010-2011,
2
oor 2011-2012)
If th
he student’s first year course progrramme com
mplies to pro
ovisions 1 aand 2 (either 2a
or 2
2b), but totals less than
n 60 EC in sstudy load, the
t student’’s tutor will issue a
supplementaryy assignmen
nt to meet th
he requirem
ment that the
e first year pprogramme
e
musst have a 60
0 EC study load.
2. Regulation 2012--2013 reg
garding th
he second
d year prrogramme
e
and the Bachelorr’s exam
Occ
casion: This regulation is necesssary becaus
se the secon
nd year proggramme
changes, starting September 1, 2012
2.
Term of validity: until Sep
ptember 1, 2015.
Con
ntents of th
he regulatio
on:
To m
meet the se
econd year requiremen
nts towards their bache
elor’s exam,, students who
w
werre first enrolled in 2010
0-2011 or 20
011-2012 must
m
comply
y to provisioons 1 – 3, ca
alled
the initial requirements, an
nd the addittional requirrements laid
d down in pprovisions 4a,
4b, 5 and 6. Where
W
these provisions speak of “lines” and “c
columns”, thhey refer to
liness and colum
mns in Table
e 2 - secon d year courrses in the academic
a
ye
years 20112012 and 2012
2-2013.
Applies to alll students who
w were fi rst enrolled in either 20
010-2011, oor 2011-201
12)
1 (A
To m
meet the requirements
s of the seco
ond year, a unit of stud
dy must be ccompleted at
a
eacch of the line
es 1 through
h 7 of table 2.
The
e unit which is complete
ed can be a unit from a column co
orrespondinng to a later
academic yearr than the ye
ear of the sttudent’s firs
st enrolmentt. It can nevver be a uniit
from
m a column correspond
ding to an a cademic ye
ear precedin
ng the year of first
enro
olment.
2 (A
Applies to alll students who
w were fi rst enrolled in either 20
010-2011, oor 2011-201
12)
To m
meet the requirements
s of the seco
ond year, th
he student must
m
compleete units with a
stud
dy load totalling 15 EC for his/her specializatiion, either New
N
Media or Smart
Tecchnology.
For Smart Tech
hnology it is
s necessaryy to complete units onliine 8 (of tabble 2). When
app
plicable, the result of a subtest of tthe 15 EC Smart
S
Techn
nology courrse in the 20
0122013 column may
m be regis
stered in the
e student in
nformation system
s
as a result for the
t
(app
plicable) “olld” course of
o the 2011--2012 colum
mn.
New
w Media is completed
c
by
b combinin
ng results fo
or units on lines 9, and 17 – 20. A
resu
ult for a sub
btest of the 15 EC New
w Media cou
urse in the 2012-2013
2
ccolumn cannot
be rregistered as
a a result fo
or an “old” ccourse in th
he 2011-201
12 column. But
conversely, ressults for cou
urses in the 2011-2012
2 column ma
ay be recoggnized by th
he
New
w Media exa
aminer as grounds
g
for exemption from subtes
sts in the 155 EC New
Med
dia course.
It is possible fo
or the New Media
M
exam
miner to register results
s for separaate courses
corrresponding to parts of the
t 15 EC N
New Media course. These separaate courses are
Sou
und Enginee
ering, Graph
hics, Game
e Development, and Se
erious Gamiing. They are
distinct from ea
ach of the “o
old” coursess in the 201
11-2012 column, but a student ma
ay
use them to co
ombine with results for courses in the 2011-20
012 columnn to accumu
ulate
3
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nsitional Arrang
gements Appe
endix to the Te
eaching and Examination
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ative Technolo
ogy (Sep 2013
3)
the required 15
5 EC study load in New
w Media res
sults. Note however
h
thaat a result fo
or
Gam
me Develop
pment as pa
art of the 15
5 EC New Media
M
course cannot bee combined
d
with
h a result for Game Dev
velopment in the 2011-2012 colum
mn. A combbination of 3D
3
Mod
delling (2011-2012) and Graphics (part of 2012-2013 Ne
ew Media) iss equally
impossible.
3. (A
Applies to all
a students who were ffirst enrolled
d in either 2010-2011,
2
oor 2011-2012)
To m
meet the requirements
s of the seco
ond year, on
ne of the un
nits of studyy at the lines
s 10
and 11 of table
e 2 must be completed..
4a ((Applies to students
s
wh
ho were firsst enrolled fo
or 2011-201
12)
To m
meet the requirements
s of the seco
ond year, th
he units at lines 12 – 166 in the 201
122013 column of
o table 2 mu
ust be comp
pleted.
4b ((Applies to students
s
wh
ho were firsst enrolled fo
or 2010-201
12)
To ccomply with
h provisions
s 1 – 3 unitss with a total study load
d of 45,5 EC
C (minimum
m)
and 52 EC (ma
aximum) mu
ust be comp
pleted. To meet
m
the req
quirements of year 2, the
unitts completed
d in order to
o comply w ith provision
ns 1 – 3 mu
ust be suppllemented by
additional unitss.
Firsstly, it is man
ndatory to complete
c
un
nits from the
e following list.
l
They w
will count as a
supplement to the units that are used
d to comply with 1 – 3, unless theyy have alrea
ady
bee
en used to meet
m
other requirement
r
ts.
1. System
ms and Signa
als (line 14)) must be completed, but
b it countss as a
supplem
ment only if it has not b
been used to
t meet firstt year’s requuirements;
2. Introducction to Statistics and P
Probability (line
(
15) mu
ust be comppleted, but it
counts as a supple
ement only if it has not been used to meet firsst year’s
requirem
ments;
Applications in
3. One of the two units at line 12
2, Web Serv
vices and Data-driven
D
A
the 2012-2013 colu
umn and Da
ata-driven applications
a
s in the 20111-2012 colu
umn,
must be
e completed
d, and will ccount as a supplement
s
. If both aree completed
d,
only one can count. However,, the obligattion to comp
plete one off the line 12
2
coursess ceases if Web
W 2.0 Ma
ashups is completed, and
a not useed to meet the
New Me
edia require
ements of p
provision 2. Then Web 2.0 Mashupps counts as a
supplem
ment for his
s provision 4
4b, instead of one of th
he line 12 coourses.
Seccondly, the student
s
may
y use otherr units that have
h
been completed
c
aas a
supplement. Co
ompletion is
s not manda
atory, but th
he study loa
ad of the unnits in suppo
ort
he initial req
quirements (provisions 1 – 3) toge
ether with th
he supplemeentary units
s,
of th
musst add up to
o a total stud
dy load of a
at least 58 EC.
E The optional units aare
4. The uniits at lines 10,11,17
1
an
nd 18, but (o
obviously) not
n the oness that have
been ussed to meett initial requ
uirements, or
o as substittute for a m andatory
supplem
ment in 4b under
u
3
5. Researrch Methodo
ology.
6. Second
d Year Portffolio, but on
nly if Researrch Methodology is alsso used as a
supplem
mentary unit.
5 (A
Applies to sttudents who
o were first enrolled forr 2010-2012
2)
If th
he student’s first year course progrramme com
mplies to pro
ovisions 1 – 3 and 4b, but
tota
als less than
n 58 EC in study
s
load, tthe student’s tutor will issue a suppplementary
y
assignment.
6 (A
Applies to sttudents who
o were first enrolled forr 2010-2012
2)
4
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nsitional Arrang
gements Appe
endix to the Te
eaching and Examination
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ative Technolo
ogy (Sep 2013
3)
If th
he student’s second year course p
programme complies to
o all provisioons but tota
als to
a sttudy load wh
hich is not exactly
e
60 E
EC (at leastt 58 is mand
datory), the difference
(botth shortage and excess
s) will be co
ompensated
d in the “pro
ofileringsruim
mte”.
5
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nsitional Arrang
gements Appe
endix to the Te
eaching and Examination
E
Regulations
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ative Technolo
ogy (Sep 2013
3)
3. Regulation 2013--2014 reg
garding th
he first ye
ear’s exam
m
(propede
euse)
Occ
casion: This regulation is necesssary becaus
se the first year’s
y
progra
ramme chan
nges,
starrting Septem
mber 2013.
Morre specifically, none of the units off study of Table 1 in se
ection b, Proogramme and
examination wiill be offered
d (nor exam
mined) in 20
013-2014.
ptember 1, 2014.
Term of validity: until Sep
Con
ntents of th
he regulatio
on:
Stud
dents who started
s
theirr studies be
efore September 1, 201
13 can takee their first
year’s exam if they
t
meet the following
g requireme
ent:
For every unit of
o study of Table
T
1a in Art 1.1 of the program
mme appenddix of the
teacching and examination
e
e completed
d a substitutte (if not the
e
regulationss they have
unitt itself), i.e.
1. They have completed units of stu
udy of Table
e 1; and
2. For units that
t
were not comple
eted they have comp
pleted subsstitute units
s, in
accordance
e with Regu
ulation 1 of tthese Trans
sitional arrangements, or
3. For units th
hat were not complete
ed they have success
sfully passeed (sub)tests in
one of the four
f
module
es of the 20
013-2014 prrogramme,
The
e modules (15
( EC units
s of study o
of the 2013--2014 progrramme) connsist of parts
s
whicch correspo
ond to first year
y
course
es of 2012-2
2013.
Tab
ble 1a in Artt 1.1 of the programme
p
e appendix of
o the teach
hing and exaamination
regu
ulations ind
dicates in which
w
of the 4 modules these corre
esponding eelements ca
an
be ffound.
The
e substitute (sub)tests will
w be in the
e correspon
nding quarte
ers.
4. Regulation 2013--2014 reg
garding th
he first ye
ear’s exam
m
(propede
euse)
Occ
casion: This regulation is necesssary becaus
se the first year’s
y
exam
mination is no
long
ger an official examinattion of the b
bachelor’s programme
p
, starting Seeptember 1,
2013.
ptember 1, 2014.
Term of validity: until Sep
Con
ntents of th
he regulatio
on:
Stud
dents enrolled at the University
U
off Twente in the academ
mic year 20112-13 for th
he
firstt (propedeusse) year of the Bachelo
or’s program
mme, can ta
ake the pro pedeuse
p
that exxamination, will receive
e the propeddeuse diplo
oma.
examination, and, if they pass
e opportunityy to take the examinat ion ceases to exist perr Septembeer 1, 2014.
The
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nsitional Arrang
gements Appe
endix to the Te
eaching and Examination
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ative Technolo
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3)
TTABLE 1 - FIRS
ST YEAR COU
URSES IN THE ACADEMIC YE
EARS 2010-20111, 2011-2012 AND
A 2012-2013
2010-201
11
2011-2012
EC
C
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
2012-2013
3
EC
C
Intrroduction to Compu
uter Science
We
eb technology
We
e Create Identity
Sm
mart Environments
Living and Working To
omorrow
Have Fun and Play!
Ske
etching for CreaTe
Gra
aphic Design
Designing in Context
Human Factors
Inte
eractive Visualizatio
on
Pro
ogramming for Crea
aTe
Cre
eative Exploration o
of Structures
Mo
otion and Modelling
3
3
3
3
6
6
2
2
2
3
5
5
2
3
Introduction to C
Computer Science
3
We Create Iden
ntity
5
Smart Environm
ments
Living and Workking Tomorrow
Have Fun and P
Play!
Sketching for CreaTe
Visual Commun
nication
Designing in Co
ontext
Human Factors
Interactive Visualization
Programming and Physical Compu
uting
3
5
5
2
4
2
3
5
7
Introduction to M
Mathematics and Modelling
6
Dynamical systems
6
Dynamical syste
ems
6
14
15
Sysstems and Signals
3
16
Intrroduction to Statisticcs and
Pro
obability
3
First Year Portfo
olio
This is a new un
nit compared to 201
10-2011
Systems and Siignals is now a seco
ond year
course
Introduction to S
Statistics and Proba
ability is now
a second year ccourse
4
Introductio
on to Computer Scie
ence
EC
2
-1
We Create
e Identity
5
+2
Smart Env
vironments
Living and Working Tomorrow
w
Have Fun and Play!
Sketching for CreaTe
Visual Com
mmunication
Designing in Context
Human Fa
actors
Interactive Visualization
Programm
ming and Physical Co
omputing
4
5
5
3
4
3
3
4
7
+1
Introductio
on to Mathematics and
a Modelling
6
5
+4
Introductio
on to Physical Syste
ems and their Dynam
mic
Behaviour
First Year Portfolio
-1
-1
-1
+2
+1
+1
+1
-1
-1
4
-3
-3
9
3
1
13 lines in the table show units (in 2010-2011 co
ombinations of 2 units) which pe
ersisted througho
out the three aca
ademic years.
L
Line 14 shows a unit which has been
b
introduced
d in 2011-2012.
L
Lines 15 and 16 show units whic
ch were first yea
ar units in 2010-2
2011, but which since moved to the second yea
ar programme.
A
Almost all of the persisting units changed over th
he three academ
mic years, with a change in study
y load as indicatted. (In 2011-20
012 a load of 9
E
EC has been rea
allocated, in 2012-2013 the realllocation totalled 3 EC)
7
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ements Appendix to the Teaching and E
Examination Regula
ations
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TTABLE 2 - SEC
COND YEAR COURSES
C
IN TH
HE ACADEMIC
C YEARS 2011--2012 AND 2012-2013
2011-2012
2 (for students fiirst enrolled in 2010)
20
012-2013 (for sttudents first enro
olled in 2011)
E
EC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
6,5
7,5
2
2,5
5
5
5
4
4
4
3
9
10
11
Am
mbient Screens
Hyybrid Worlds
Cre
eative Explorations in Art, Science and
d Technology
Advanced Graphic De
esign
Ma
arketing for IBA
Pro
oject Startrix
Pro
ogramming with stru
uctures
Introduction to electronics
Wireless communicatiion systems
Co
ontrol systems
Se
ensors
Ne
ew Media courses of 2011-2012 are in lines
l
18-20
Strrategies and Protocols
Qu
ueues and logistics
12
Da
ata-driven Applicatio
ons
3
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Syystems and Signals was a first year cou
urse for students of 2010
obability was a first year course for stu
udents of 2010
Intrro Statistics and Pro
8
3-D
D Modelling
We
eb 2.0 Mashups
Ga
ame Development
Virrtual Environments
3
3
2,5
3
6
6
EC
Ambient Scre
eens
Hybrid Worlds
s
Creative Explorations in Art, Scie
ence and Technolog
gy
Animated Narrration
Innovation an
nd Entrepreneurship
p for IBA
Startrix for CrreaTe
Programming
g with Structures
5
5
2
3
3
5
5
Smart Techno
ology
15
New Media (c
contents changed co
ompared to 2011-20
012)
Strategies and Protocols
Queues and logistics
Web Services
s and Data-driven Applications
A
(Data-driven applications
a
combin
ned with Web 2.0 Mashups)
M
Systems and Signals
Introduction to
o Statistics and Probability
Research Methodology (new cou
urse compared to 20
011-2012)
Second year portfolio ( new courrse compared to 201
11-2012)
3-D modelling
g is now part of New
w Media
Web 2.0 Mashups is now part off Web Services and …(cf line 12)
Game Develo
opment is now partly
y incorporated into New
N
Media
Virtual Enviro
onments ceased to exist
e
15
3
3
4
-1,5
-2,5
+0,5
+
-2
+
+1
3
3
2
2
In
n 2011-2012 the
e four courses co
ombined in line 8 were Smart Te
echnology specialization course
es; in 2012-2013
3 there was a sin
ngle 15 EC
sspecialization co
ourse Smart Technology, with the same contentss.
In
n 2011-2012 the
e courses in line
es 18-20 were Ne
ew Media specia
alization courses
s; in 2012-2013 there was a sing
gle 15 EC New Media
sspecialization co
ourse, with differe
ent contents. Th
he new 15 EC New Media cours
se combines Sou
und Engineering
g (absent the yea
ar before),
G
Graphics (was 3D Modelling the year before), Game Developme
ent (part of the Game
G
Developm
ment course of th
he year before) and
a Serious
G
Gaming (which w
was absent the year
y
before)
In
n 2012-2013 stu
udents could cho
oose between th
he math coursess of lines 10 and 11; the year beffore it was mand
datory to take bo
oth.
8
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ements Appendix to the Teaching and E
Examination Regula
ations
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