MACC

The last student intake on the MACC will be in the summer of 2019. The class of 2019 are covered by the same academic regulations as current Master’s degree students. This means that you will still be able to find all study-related information on your study portal.

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Completion plan for the Master's degree programme in Corporate Communication (MACC)

The last student intake to the Master’s degree programme in Corporate Communication (MACC) was on 1 September 2019. Therefore, you should take particular note of your last chance to take examination and reexamination (second and third examination attempts).

Below is a plan for completion of the degree programme. Note that teaching is only offered once in connection with the prescribed period of study. As always, you have three examination attempts for all courses on the first to fourth semesters: ordinary exam, reexamination in the same semester, and ordinary exam in the following semester. The third examination attempt is your last attempt.

Students enrolled before 2019 who do not follow the prescribed period of study should also pay attention to the plan below, as the third exam listed in the completion plan is the absolute last time the exams will be offered.

Students following the prescribed study programme
This plan applies to all students on the degree programme who follow a normal course of study. You may adjust your study plan within the framework of active enrolment requirements and the maximum period of studies. Please note, however, that if you deviate from the recommended, prescribed period of study, this may result in restrictions on the three examination attempts for each course element.

Students who do not follow the prescribed study programme
If you follow - or if you are considering - to follow an individually designed study plan, note also the rules with regard to reexamination, etc. We recommend that you always seek counselling for individual study planning from the Student Counsellors’ Office.

If, during your studies, you encounter special circumstances that prevent you from following the normal course of study (e.g. maternity/paternity leave, adoption, illness, etc.) you must notify the Student Counsellor’s Office immediately in order to identify the possibilities to complete your degree programme.

Completion plan for the Master's degree programme in Corporate Communication (MACC)

Semester

Course

1st exam offered

(ordinary exam)

2nd exam offered
(reexamination)

3rd exam offered
(reexamination)

First semester

(autumn 2019)

 

Scientific Methods

 

 

December ’19/January ’20

 

February ’20

 

December ’20/January ’21

First semester

(autumn 2019)

Corporate Communication

 

 

December ’19/January ’20

 

February ’20

 

December ’20/January ’21

First semester

(autumn 2019)

Strategic Management of Organisations from a Communicative Perspective

 

December ’19/January ’20

 

February ’20

 

 

December ’20/January ’21

Second semester

(spring 2020)

 

Stakeholder Relations

 

May/June ’20

 

August ’20

 

May/June ’21

Second semester

(spring 2020)

Corporate Communication in Change and Crisis Situations

 

May/June ’20

 

August ’20

 

May/June ’21

Second semester

(spring 2020)

Social Media Communication, Innovation and Management

 

May/June ’20

 

August ’20

 

May/June ’21

Third semester

(autumn 2020)

 

Elective Courses

 

December ’20/ January ’21

 

February ’21

 

December ’21/January ’22

Fourth semester
(spring 2021)

 

Master's Thesis

 

 

Submission 1 June ’21
Oral defence June ’21

 

Please see the Study Portal

 

Please see the Study Portal

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