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Courses 2019/20 for RH Programme

Risk Management  19/20     

Specialisation rh - Risk Management

Course Code Link to complete information about the course; study periods, programmes etc. Credits Cycle G1: Basic level
G2: Upper basic level
A: Advanced level
Mand./ Elect. The course is
O = Mandatory,
A = Elective mandatory,
V = Elective, or
E = Externally elective
in the programme and spec.
Year Study year the course belongs to according to normal study plan. From year Students are permitted to read the course from this year of study. S.Ex. stud. The course is suitable for incoming exchange students. Language Language of the course:
E: The course is given in English
E1: The course is given in English upon request
E2: The course may be given in English
S: The course is given in Swedish
Course Name Foot­note Links KS: Course syllabus in Swedish
KE: Course syllabus in English
U: Archive with course evaluations
W: Course Web Page
T: Examination schedule
  sp1 sp2 sp3 sp4
F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions) F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions) F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions) F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions)
VRSN05 7.5 A O 4 4 X E Foundations for Risk Assessment and Management X Not to be studied by students who have already taken one of the courses VBR180 Risk Analysis Methods or VBRN45 Risk Assessment in Fire Protection Engineering. Only one of the courses VBRN45 Risk Assessment in Fire Protection Engineering and Foundations for Risk Assessment and Management may be included in a degree. KS KE U T 26 18 0 2 154
MAMN45 7.5 A O 4 4 - S People, Technology, Organization and Risk Management KS KE U W T 32 14 0 24 138
VRSN25 7.5 A O 4 4 - S Risk Assessment in the Safety Area X Students with a background from the Bachelor program in Fire Protection Engineering within the Faculty of Engineering at Lund University have this course as part of the curriculum in their third year of studies at the Fire Protection Engineering program. KS KE U T 32 20 0 2 146
FMSF60 7.5 G2 O 4 4 - E1 Statistical Methods for Safety Analysis KS KE U W T 28 14 12 0 120
MAMN35 7.5 A O 4 4 - S Risk Analysis Methods for Health and Environment KS KE U T 24 12 16 2 146
VBRN50 15 A O 4 4 - S Risk Management Processes KS KE U T 60 10 0 4 326

VRSN05 Foundations for Risk Assessment and Management: Not to be studied by students who have already taken one of the courses VBR180 Risk Analysis Methods or VBRN45 Risk Assessment in Fire Protection Engineering. Only one of the courses VBRN45 Risk Assessment in Fire Protection Engineering and Foundations for Risk Assessment and Management may be included in a degree.
VRSN25 Risk Assessment in the Safety Area: Students with a background from the Bachelor program in Fire Protection Engineering within the Faculty of Engineering at Lund University have this course as part of the curriculum in their third year of studies at the Fire Protection Engineering program.

Elective Courses - RH

Course Code Link to complete information about the course; study periods, programmes etc. Credits Cycle G1: Basic level
G2: Upper basic level
A: Advanced level
Year Study year the course belongs to according to normal study plan. From year Students are permitted to read the course from this year of study. S.Ex. stud. The course is suitable for incoming exchange students. Language Language of the course:
E: The course is given in English
E1: The course is given in English upon request
E2: The course may be given in English
S: The course is given in Swedish
Course Name Foot­note Links KS: Course syllabus in Swedish
KE: Course syllabus in English
U: Archive with course evaluations
W: Course Web Page
T: Examination schedule
  sp1 sp2 sp3 sp4
F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions) F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions) F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions) F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions)
VBRN80 7.5 A 4 4 - S Advanced Fire Investigation KS KE U T 40 4 4 4 148
VRSN45 7.5 A 4 4 X E Critical Infrastructure Resilience KS KE U T 18 0 8 14 160
IYT000 15 G2 4 4 - S Engineering Training Course KS KE U W 0 0 0 0 400
MIOA12 6 G1 4 4 - S Managerial Economics, Basic Course X Only one of the courses MIO012, MIOA12 and MIOA01 may be included in a degree. KS KE U W T 50 12 5 0 93
VRSN01 7.5 A 4 4 X E Societal Resilience KS KE U T 25 16 0 0 159
VBRN85 7.5 A 4 4 - S Advanced CFD KS KE U T 16 0 8 0 76 16 0 8 0 76
FMIF20 7.5 G2 4 4 X E Environmental Issues KS KE U W T 16 8 0 1 75 14 8 0 1 77
VBRN35 7.5 A 4 4 - E Capacity Development KS KE U T 30 18 0 1 151
IYT000 15 G2 4 4 - S Engineering Training Course KS KE U W 0 0 0 0 400
VRSN11 7.5 A 4 4 X E Introduction to Disaster Response Management X The course has replaced VRSN10 Direction and Coordination in Disaster Management. Only one of the courses VRSN11 Introduction to disaster response management and VRSN10 Direction and Coordination in Disaster Management may be included in a degree. KS KE U T 44 4 0 2 150
MIOA12 6 G1 4 4 - S Managerial Economics, Basic Course X Only one of the courses MIO012, MIOA12 and MIOA01 may be included in a degree. KS KE U W T 50 12 5 0 93
MIOA15 7.5 G1 4 4 - S Managerial Economics, Basic Course KS KE U W T 54 12 9 0 125
VRSN15 7.5 A 4 4 - E Climate Smart Risk Reduction KS KE U T 34 20 0 2 144
IYT000 15 G2 4 4 - S Engineering Training Course KS KE U W 0 0 0 0 400
KETF35 7.5 G2 4 4 - S Loss Prevention KS KE U W T 16 56 1 0 127
MIOA01 9 G1 4 4 - S Managerial Economics, Basic Course X Only one of the courses MIO012, MIOA12 and MIOA01 may be included in a degree. KS KE U W T 60 12 5 1 162
VBEF01 7.5 G2 4 4 - S Project Management KS KE U W T 28 41 4 2 125
VRSN30 7.5 A 4 4 - E1 Risk Based Land Use Planning X Students with a background from the Bachelor program in Fire Protection Engineering within the Faculty of Engineering at Lund University have this course as part of the curriculum in their third year of studies at the Fire Protection Engineering program. In this course some elements are co-studied with students taking the course VRSN20. KS KE U T 20 12 0 20 148
FMIN20 7.5 A 4 4 - S Energy Systems Analysis: Renewable Sources of Energy KS KE U W T 28 12 0 1 92 14 4 0 1 48
MAMF21 7.5 G2 4 4 - S Working Environment, Occupational Health and Safety KS KE U W T 10 0 0 30 65 0 0 0 30 65
IYT000 15 G2 4 4 - S Engineering Training Course KS KE U W 0 0 0 0 400
EXTF01 7.5 G2 4 4 X E1 Geographical Information Systems for Landscape Studies KS KE U W T 16 2 34 0 148
VBRN40 7.5 A 4 4 X E Preparedness and Planning KS KE U T 34 20 0 10 136
VRSN35 7.5 A 4 4 X E Risk Perception, Communication and Human Behaviour KS KE U T 30 20 0 2 148
MTTN45 7.5 A 5 4 X E Humanitarian Logistics - disaster relief and logistics in developing countries KS KE U W T 38 12 0 50 100
VRSN40 7.5 A 5 5 X E Research Methodology and Methods KS KE U T 0 24 0 12 164
VBRA10 7.5 G1 4 4 - S Consequence Analysis X The course is offered every other academic year and will next be offered in 2020/21. KS KE U T Course on hold Course on hold: The course is not given this academic year, but is planned to be given next academic year.

MIOA12 Managerial Economics, Basic Course: Only one of the courses MIO012, MIOA12 and MIOA01 may be included in a degree.
VRSN11 Introduction to Disaster Response Management: The course has replaced VRSN10 Direction and Coordination in Disaster Management. Only one of the courses VRSN11 Introduction to disaster response management and VRSN10 Direction and Coordination in Disaster Management may be included in a degree.
MIOA01 Managerial Economics, Basic Course: Only one of the courses MIO012, MIOA12 and MIOA01 may be included in a degree.
VRSN30 Risk Based Land Use Planning: Students with a background from the Bachelor program in Fire Protection Engineering within the Faculty of Engineering at Lund University have this course as part of the curriculum in their third year of studies at the Fire Protection Engineering program. In this course some elements are co-studied with students taking the course VRSN20.
VBRA10 Consequence Analysis: The course is offered every other academic year and will next be offered in 2020/21.

Externally Elective Courses - RH

Course Code Link to complete information about the course; study periods, programmes etc. Credits Cycle G1: Basic level
G2: Upper basic level
A: Advanced level
Year Study year the course belongs to according to normal study plan. From year Students are permitted to read the course from this year of study. S.Ex. stud. The course is suitable for incoming exchange students. Language Language of the course:
E: The course is given in English
E1: The course is given in English upon request
E2: The course may be given in English
S: The course is given in Swedish
Course Name Foot­note Links KS: Course syllabus in Swedish
KE: Course syllabus in English
U: Archive with course evaluations
W: Course Web Page
T: Examination schedule
  sp1 sp2 sp3 sp4
F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions) F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions) F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions) F Lectures h (45-minute sessions) O Exercises h (45-minute sessions) L Laboratory exercises h (45-minute sessions) H Time with supervisor for projects h (45-minute sessions) S Time for self studies h (45-minute sessions)
GEMA20 7.5 G1 4 4 - E English for Engineers X LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later. KS KE U W T 30 0 0 0 70 20 0 0 0 80
GEMA25 7.5 G1 4 4 - S German for Engineers X LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later. KS KE U W T 0 40 0 0 60 0 40 0 0 60
GEMA70 15 G1 4 4 - S Japanese for Engineers X LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later. KS KE U W T 0 34 0 0 165 0 32 0 0 165
GEMA65 7.5 G1 4 4 - S Chinese for Engineers X LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later. KS KE U W T 0 20 0 0 80 0 20 0 0 80
GEMA20 7.5 G1 4 4 - E English for Engineers X LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later. KS KE U W T 30 0 0 0 70 20 0 0 0 80
GEMA01 7.5 G1 4 4 - S French for Engineers: Language, Culture and Society, First Course X LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later. KS KE U W T 0 26 0 0 74 0 26 0 0 74

GEMA20 English for Engineers: LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later.
GEMA25 German for Engineers: LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later.
GEMA70 Japanese for Engineers: LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later.
GEMA65 Chinese for Engineers: LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later.
GEMA01 French for Engineers: Language, Culture and Society, First Course: LTH common courses (courses where the course code begins with GEM) counts as external elective courses in the degree requirements for students admitted autumn 2011 and later.

Degree Projects - RH

The list contains the degree project courses that are included in the RH programme.

Course Code Credits Course Name Links KS: Course syllabus in Swedish
KE: Course syllabus in English
U: Archive with course evaluations
W: Course Web Page
T: Examination schedule
MTTM05 30 Degree Project in Engineering Logistics KS KE U W
FMIM01 30 Degree Project in Environmental Studies KS KE U W
MAMM10 30 Degree Project in Ergonomics KS KE U W
VBRM10 30 Degree Project in Fire Safety Engineering KS KE U
FMSM01 30 Degree Project in Mathematical Statistics for Engineers KS KE U W
VRSM01 30 Degree Project in Risk Management and Safety Engineering KS KE U