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Single-subject courses for spring

Chalmers is offering three single-subject courses for the spring semester 2021. 

The application for the single-subject courses opens September 15 at antagning.se. The application process is open until October 15. Please note that courses with fewer applicants than the specified minimum limit may be cancelled. 

No tuition fee is required for EU / EEA citizens. For others - find more information on our tuition fees page. 

Single-subject courses in English at Chalmers

Introduction to programming in Python (Introduktion till programmering i Python)
This course is an introduction to programming by using Python, one of the world's most popular, in-demand programming languages. You will gain a comprehensive knowledge of the language, enabling you to write code for a wide variety of tasks and to read and reuse code written by other programmers. In parallel to learning the language, you will also be introduced to the basic concepts of computers and programming. 

Course description
Credits: 7,5
Study period: 2021-01-18 - 2021-03-21
Tempo: 50%
Grading: UG - Pass, Fail
Major subject: Computer Science and Engineering, Information Technology
Department: Computer Science and Engineering
Open for exchange students: No
Examiner: Krasimir Angelov 
Minimum participants: 20
Maximum participants: 100
Eligibility: General entry requirements for bachelor's level studies
Specific entry requirements: Mathematics equivalent to Swedish upper secondary level 3

Project management in construction (Projektledning inom byggsektorn)
The course addresses, from a sustainable, ethical and social perspective, the complexity and variety of project forms and roles as project managers found in the construction sector. This course will give you an introduction to project management, what it involves in the modern construction project, and its development.

Course description
Credits: 7,5 
Study period: 2021-01-18 - 2021-03-21
Tempo: 50%
Grading: TH – (Five, Four, Three, Fail)
Major subject: Civil and Environmental Engineering 
Department: Architecture and civil engineering
Open for exchange students: No
Examiner: Christian Koch
Minimum participants: 40
Maximum participants: 65
Eligibility: General entry requirements for master's level (second cycle or graduate)
Specific entry requirements: English language proficiency

Real estate finance (Fastighetsekonomi) 
The aim of this course is to facilitate participants understanding and knowledge about basic concepts and tools with real estate economics and management and to place this in a design and construction management context in an interdisciplinary manner.

Course description
Credits: 7,5 
Study period: 2021-01-18 - 2021-03-21
Tempo: 50%
Grading: TH – (Five, Four, Three, Fail)
Major subject: Civil and Environmental Engineering 
Department: Architecture and civil engineering
Open for exchange students: No
Examiner: Christian Koch
Minimum participants: 40
Maximum participants: 60
Eligibility: General entry requirements for master's level (second cycle or graduate)
Specific entry requirements: English language proficiency

Published: Fri 25 Sep 2020.