A decision has now been made as to which supplementary subjects the Faculty of Arts will be offering in future. Following discussions by the boards of studies at the School of Communication and Culture and the School of Culture and Society, as well as discussions by the faculty’s degree programme committee, it has been decided to start developing 15 new supplementary subjects. The details are presented in a letter that the vice-dean for education has sent to the faculty’s departments. The task of developing these new supplementary subjects must be completed ready for the autumn semester of 2020.
In June 2018 the faculty management team decided to follow up on the review of degree programmes by reforming the supplementary subjects at the School of Communication and Culture and the School of Culture and Society. This process has now been launched.
In the spring semester of 2015, the Faculty of Arts reviewed all its degree programmes with a view to equipping the faculty to face the financial and educational challenges arising owing to the government’s degree programme resizing initiative.
The aim of this review was to ensure the best possible cohesion in the faculty’s degree programmes in this new situation.