Course offering: Pori Interdisciplinary Exchange Programme

The following courses are available in English. Some of the courses are of advanced level and may require previous studies in the field concerned (possible course-specific prerequisites are mentioned in the course descriptions).

COURSE SELECTION FOR THE SPRING SEMESTER 2022

ITC.KIE.010 Introduction to Finnish Society and Culture 2-3 ECTS, P3–P4 (Tampere University/Technology
TIJO.610 Operations Management 5 ECTS, P3–P4 (Tampere University/Technology)
COMP.SE.121 Software Product and Process Management 5 ECTS, P3–P4 (Tampere University/Technology)
DATA.ML.370 Data Mining for Business Analytics 5 ECTS, P3–P4 (Tampere University/Technology)
DATA.STAT.650 Introduction to Time Series Analysis 5 ECTS, P3–P4 (Tampere University/Technology)
TIJO.650 Directed Study in Management and Information Technology/Digital Systems and Health 3-5 ECTS, P4 (Tampere University/Technology)
ITC.KIE.020 English Communicative Skills 3 ECTS, P3–P4 (Tampere University/Technology) (limited availability of places)
ITC.KIE.030 Intercultural Communication 3 ECTS (Tampere University/Technology), P3-P4 (limited availability of places)
TIJO.630 Introduction to API Economy 1 ECTS (self-study course: no lectures) (Tampere University/Technology)
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PMA41/PLR38/PJO38 International Business 5 ECTS, P3(intensive week)-P4 (UTU/TSE)
PYJ25 Corporate Governance and Sustainability 5 ECTS, P3 (UTU/TSE)
PYR22 Social Entrepreneurship 5 ECTS, P3 (UTU/TSE)
PTJ31 E-Business and Electronic Services 5 ECTS, P4 (UTU/TSE)
PYR10 Venture Creation 5 ECTS, P4 (UTU/TSE)
PLR11 Accounting Trends and Corporate Social Responsibility 2 ECTS, P3-P4 (UTU/TSE) (Online course: no lectures)
PJOS4 Readings in Management and Organization 2-6 ECTS, P1-P4 (UTU/TSE) (Self-study course: no lectures)
PMA40/PJO40/PKT40 Localized Study Project 2-6 ECTS, P1-P4 (UTU/TSE) (Self-study course: no lectures)
PMAS15 Professional Project 2-6 ECTS, P2-P4 (UTU/TSE) (Self-study course: no lectures)

Erasmus exchange students nominated to the programme can take courses from both university units in UCPori (Tampere University and UTU/TSE courses from the above-mentioned list)
Abbreviations:

  • P1=Period 1, P2=Period 2, P3=Period3, P4=Period 4. P1–P2=the course lasts two periods.
  • UTU/TSE= course offered by University of Turku/Turku School of Economics
  • Tampere University/Technology = Tampere University Pori Unit (Technology)

In addition to the above course offering, exchange students may take self-study courses offered by University of Turku, Degree Program in Cultural Production and Landscape Studies, and by Tampere University Pori Unit/Social Sciences. Self-study courses are completed in form of book exams or written assignments.
The credits follow the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). One credit refers to an input of approximately 27 hours of work, which consists of lecture hours, exercises, other forms of instruction and independent work. Exchange students must have sufficient skills in the English language.


COURSE SELECTION FOR THE AUTUMN SEMESTER 2021

Weekly course schedules

Tampere University Courses (Select Programmes of Study; Select Filter: Johtamisen ja tietotekniikan DI-ohjelma, Exchange 2021-2022)

UTU/TSE courses (Select English -> Select course -> scroll down and select: implementations -> There you can see the teaching time and place (luokka = classroom) )

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ITC.KIE.010 Introduction to Finnish Society and Culture 2 ECTS, P1-P2 (Tampere University/Technology)
TIJO.302 Knowledge Management 5 ECTS, P1-P2 (Tampere University/Technology)
DATA.ML.100 Introduction to Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning 5 ECTS, P1 (Tampere University/Technology)
DATA.STAT.650 Introduction to Time Series Analysis 5 ECTS, P1–P2 (Tampere University/Technology)
TIJO.630 Introduction to API Economy, 1 ECTS (self-study course: no lectures) (Tampere University/Technology)

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PKT3 Economics of the Public Sector 5 ECTS, P1 (UTU/TSE)
PYJ11/PMA44/PJO26 Responsible Business 5 ECTS, P1 (intensive week)- P2 (UTU/TSE)
PMAS19 Perspectives in Strategic Brand Management and Co-Creation, 6 ECTS, P1/intensive week (intensive course) (UTU/TSE)
PMAS16 Strategic Marketing of Professional Services 6 ECTS, P2 (UTU/TSE)
PMA2 Service Marketing 6 ECTS, P2 (UTU/TSE)
PMA6 Integrated Marketing Communications 4 ECTS, P2 (UTU/TSE)
PYR11/PJO20/PMA43 Entrepreneurial Opportunities 5 ECTS, P2 (UTU/TSE)
PMAS15 Professional Project 2-6 ECTS, P2 (UTU/TSE)
PEN11 Intercultural Team Building with a Shared International Language 3 ECTS, P1-P2 (UTU/TSE)
PJOS4 Readings in Management and Organization 2-6 ECTS (self-study course: no lectures) (UTU/TSE)
PLRS3 Advanced Course in Corporate Finance 6 ECTS, (self-study course: no lectures), P2 (UTU/TSE)
PMA40/PJO40/PKT40 Localized Study Project 2-6 ECTS (self-study course, no lectures) (UTU/TSE)

Erasmus exchange students nominated to the programme can take courses from both university units in UCPori (Tampere University and UTU/TSE courses from the above-mentioned list)

Abbreviations:

  • P1=Period 1, P2=Period 2, P3=Period3, P4=Period 4. P1–P2=the course lasts two periods.
  • UTU/TSE= course offered by University of Turku/Turku School of Economics
  • Tampere University/Technology = Tampere University Pori Unit (Technology)

In addition to the above course offering, exchange students may take self-study courses offered by University of Turku, Degree Program in Cultural Production and Landscape Studies, and by Tampere University Pori Unit/Social Sciences. Self-study courses are completed in form of book exams or written assignments.

The credits follow the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). One credit refers to an input of approximately 27 hours of work, which consists of lecture hours, exercises, other forms of instruction and independent work. Exchange students must have sufficient skills in the English language.