Programme courses and degree structure

 

CS in Real Estate Degree Structure 2016-2017

CS in Real Estate Degree Structure 2015-2016

CS in Real Estate Degree Structure 2014-2015

CS in Real Estate Degree Structure 2013-2014

CS in Real Estate Degree Structure 2012-2013

CS in Real Estate Degree Structure 2011-2012

CS in Real Estate Degree Structure 2010-2011

Degree Structure for CS students of the School of Engineering 2016 - 2017

Information about courses in MyCourses  and WebOodi.

Please, see detailed course timetable and possible changes in WebOodi and MyCourses.

Registration for courses and examinations is obligatory via WebOodi.

Creative Sustainability in Real Estate and Water Management

Major studies (60 cr)  

Common studies (compulsory courses, 30 cr)

      

Code            

Name 

Credits

Teaching term and   school  

REC-E1010

Real Estate Economics

5

Period I (autumn term), ENG

REC-E1020

Property Rights,   Cadaster and Planning

5

Period I (autumn   term), ENG

Yhd-12.3081

State of the World   and Development

2

Period I (autumn   term), ENG

21E16000

Sustainable Business   and Consumption

6

Period I (autumn   term), BIZ

MUO-E8000

Creative   Teamwork

2

Period   I (autumn term), ARTS

MUO-E8020

Sustainable Product and Service Design, Theory

5

Period II (autumn   term), ARTS

WAT-E2060

Sustainable Built   Environment

5

Period II (autumn   term), ENG

Advanced studies (compulsory courses, 30 cr)

     

Code

Name

Credits

Teaching term and   school 

REC-E3010

Real Estate Business   and Entrepreneurship

5

Period III (spring   term), ENG

REC-E3030

Real Estate   Development

5

Period III (spring   term), ENG

REC-E4020

Environmental Law

5

I,II,III,IV,V (autumn   or spring term), ENG

REC-E7020

Special Assignment   in Real Estate Economics

2

I,II,III,IV,V (autumn   or spring term), ENG

SPT-E1050

Systems   Thinking for Sustainable Living Environment

5

Period   III (spring term), ENG

25E18000

Sustainable   Entrepreneurship

6

Period   IV (spring term), BIZ

MUO-E8016

Knowledge-Making for Sustainability

2

Period   V (spring term), ARTS

 

Master’s thesis (30 cr)

 

Code

Name

Credits

Teaching term and   school 

BE.thes

Master's thesis

 30

Spring/Autumn (ENG)

Please, check the formal procedure of completing the master's thesis (topic, supervisor, maturity test and presentation).

 Elective studies (30 cr) 

Courses offered   by Department of Design (ARTS)


  



 

 

 

 

Code              

Name

Credits

Teaching term  

MUO-E8021   

Participatory Methods and Facilitation Skills

5

Period II                              (autumn term)                    

MUO-E8022

Creative Cooperation Methods and Skills

5             

Period III (spring term)

MUO-E8012

Design for Government

10             

Periods IV-V (spring term)

MUO-E8017

Eco-auditing

2

Period II (autumn term)

MUO-E8018

Sustainability   Politics

5

Period III (spring term)

Courses offered by Department of Architecture (ARTS)






ARK-E3505

Sustainable   Building Design

10

Periods III-V (spring term)

ARK-E5505

Sustainable   Urban Design

10

Periods III-V (spring term)

MAR-E1024

Sustainable   Landscape – EIA, studio

10

Periods III-V (spring term)

ARK-E5503

Cities in Transition - Research & Theory
  (Notice: This course is a compulsory pre-knowledge for the corresponding   studio course, Cities in Transition)

 5

Periods I-II (autumn term)

ARK-E5504

Cities   in Transition, Studio

10

Periods III-V (spring term)

Courses offered by School of Business (BIZ)







21E12002

CAPSTONE   in Creative Sustainability

6

Periods III-V (spring term)

21E10000

How to change the world: Innovating toward Sustainability

6

Period III (spring term)

21E11001

Dialogues in Corporate Responsibility in Global Economy

6

Period II (autumn term)

22E29100

Accounting   for Sustainability

6

 

51E00100

Business   Ethics

6

Period IV (spring term)

21E06050

Responsibility   Management (book exam)

6

exams

Course offered by Department of Built Environment (ENG)

 

WAT-E2070

Sustainable Global Technologies Studio                                    (“Yhd-12.3081 State of the World and   Development” and “WAT-E2060 Sustainable Built Environment” should be   completed first.)

10

Periods III-V (spring term)


ENG = School of Engineering, ARTS = School of Art, Design and Architecture, BIZ = School of
Business.
The courses take place in the three different campuses of Aalto University: in Arabia campus (Helsinki), in Töölö campus (Helsinki) and in Otaniemi campus (Espoo).