Offshore Technology – PhD in Offshore Technology - learning outcomes

On completing a PhD in Offshore Technology, a candidate shall have acquired the following learning outcomes in the form of knowledge, skills and general competencies:
K1: is at the forefront of knowledge within offshore technology and has mastered the scientific theory, research questions and methods relating to the subject area
K2: is at the forefront of knowledge within at least one of the following subject areas: marine and subsea technology, industrial asset management, civil and offshore structural engineering, mechanical engineering and materials science
K3: can evaluate the suitability and application of different methods and processes in research and development projects in the field
K4: can contribute to the development of new knowledge and theories, methods, interpretations and forms of documentation in the field

S1: can formulate problems, plan and carry out research and scholarly development work
S2: can carry out research and scholarly development work of high international standard
S3: can handle complex academic issues and challenge established knowledge and practice in the field of offshore technology

General competencies
G1: can identify new relevant ethical issues and practice their research with scholarly integrity
G2: can manage complex interdisciplinary assignments and projects
G3: can communicate research and development work through recognized Norwegian and international channels
G4: can participate in debates in the field in international forums
G5: can assess the need for, initiate and practice innovation

Kilde: CP

Published 22.12.2014