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Basic information of the minor

Code: CS.a; BIZ40015

Extent: 15-25 ECTS

Language: English

Teacher in charge: Professor Mikko Jalas

Administrative contact: Study Coordinator Naoko Nakagawa

Target group: Aalto University Master level students

Application procedure:  

An applicant should be a master student of Aalto University and have an interest in multidisciplinary teamwork. Application documents: a free-form letter of motivation, CS study plan, CV and student`s academic record (transcript). All documents should be in English.

The application time

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is once a year in the spring. Instructions for applying will be found in Into: Instructions for applying

Please attach all the required application documents when you fill in the eAge application form. Newly accepted Aalto students who do not have the Aalto password can apply by sending the required application documents directly to the study coordinator Naoko Nakagawa. (naoko.nakagawa@aalto.fi)

Students from other Finnish universities apply via JOOPAS https://haku.joopas.fi.

More information: Study Coordinator Naoko Nakagawa: naoko.nakagawa@aalto.fi Address for newly accepted students for sending the applications: Naoko Nakagawa, Creative Sustainability Study Coordinator, Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture, PL 31000, 00076 Aalto, Finland.

Quotas and restrictions: Altogether

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20 students from all the Schools of Aalto. An applicant should be a master student

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. CS steering group will accept the minor students based on the application documents.

Prerequisites: Please see application procedure and quotas and restrictions.

Content and structure of the minor

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The Creative Sustainability minor study is offered to all master’s student master students  of all the disciplines in Aalto University in order to help to broaden and deepen sustainability knowledge and get acquainted with multidisciplinary approach during one’s own master degree studies.

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Timing of the minor in the teaching periods of the academic year: one academic year

Structure of the minor

Code

Name

Credits

Students can choose courses from the following list:

15-25

Arts / department of design

MUO-E8012

Design for Government

10

MUO-

E8014

Theoretical Changing Courses

1-12

MUO-

E8015

CS Project

1-12

MUO-E8017

Eco-auditing

2

MUO-E8018

Sustainability Politics

5

MUO-

E8020

E8025

Sustainable Product and Service Design

, Theory

5

6

MUO-E8021

Participatory Methods and Facilitation Skills

5

MUO-E8023

Values in Design Futures

5

MUO-E8026 Designing for urban governance and services5
MUO-E8027 Urban transitions and futures5


Sustainability studies in other universities


Arts / department of architecture

ARK-

E3505

Sustainable Building Design

10

ARK-E5505

Sustainable Urban Design

E2007

Interplay of Cultures, Studio

(Notice: “WAT-E2060 Sustainable Built Environment” should be completed first.)

10 
ARK-E3506Revitalize
ARK-E4009Sustainability Tools for Building Designers2-5
ARK-E5001Possible Cities10
MAR-E1005Restoration and Management of Urban Biotopes9

MAR-E1024

Sustainable Landscape – EIA, Studio

10

ARK

MAR-

E5504

Cities in Transition, Studio (Notice: “WAT-E2060 Sustainable Built Environment” should be completed first.)

10

xxxxxx 

E1025

Green Area Planning

7

School of business

21E10000

How to change the world: Innovating toward Sustainability

6

21E11001

Dialogues in Corporate Responsibility in Global Economy (not offered during 2019-2020)

6

21E12002

CAPSTONE in Creative Sustainability

6

21E16000

21E16001

Sustainable

Sustainability in Business

& Consumption

6

21E16100

Energy Business and Innovation

6

22E29100

Accounting for Sustainability

6

25E18000

Sustainable Entrepreneurship

6

26E03302Sustainability in International Business6
35E03000Sustainable Supply Chains
6

51E00100

Business Ethics

6

77E28000Corporate Responsibility Communication

21E06050

Responsibility Management, book exam

6

School of engineering / Department of Built Environment

REC-

E1010

E3100

Real Estate Economics

5

6

REC-

E1020

Property Right, Cadaster and Planning

5

E3200

Institutions in Real Estate Economics

6

REC-

E1060

E4700

Business

Environmental Law

5

6

REC-

E3010

E4400

Real Estate Business and Entrepreneurship

5

6

REC-

E3030

E4200

Property

Real Estate Development

5

6

WAT-E3020

State of the World and Development

2

WAT-E2060

Sustainable Built Environment

5

WAT-E2070

Sustainable Global Technologies Studio (“WAT-E3020 State of the World and Development” and “WAT-E2060 Sustainable Built Environment” should be completed first.)

10