Teuvo Pakkalan katu Campus / Business and Information Management
Name and Contact Information
OULU UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES
School of Business and Information Management
Departmental ECTS Co-ordinator
Mr Jyrki Holappa
Students and Staff
Teuvo Pakkalan katu Campus (Business and Information Management) currently has over 1,800 students studying and 120 staff members.
Rooms and Equipment
Teuvo Pakkalan katu Campus (Business and Information Management) has approximately 450 desktop computers and a library orientated to the literature of business and administration, library and information services and business information technology.
Teaching and Assessment
The courses consist of for example lectures, exercises, assignments, case studies, company visits and discussions, also in an e-learning environment. Assessment is done by examination and/or assignments.
Assessment is given in the following grades (ECTS grades in brackets):
5 excellent (A)
4 very good (B)
3 good (C)
2 satisfactory (D)
1 sufficient (E)
0 fail (F or FX)
The Finnish credit system has been updated to comply with the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) so that the Finnish credits are equivalent to the ECTS credits. Higher education studies are measured in credits (cr). Courses and study modules are credited according to the amount of work they require to attain the required objectives. A student's average study effort of 1,600 hours required for the completion of studies during one academic year corresponds to 60 credits.
Description of Studies
The School of Business and Information Management offers the following five Degree Programmes:
- Degree Programme in Business Information Technology (taught in English)
- Degree Programme in International Business (taught in English)
- Degree Programme in Library and Information Services (taught in Finnish)
- Degree Programme in Business Economics (taught in Finnish)
- Degree Programme in Business Information Systems (taught in Finnish)
The scope of each degree programme is 210 ECTS credits and it takes approximately 3.5 years to complete the degree.
The descriptions and structures of the degree programmes leading to a Bachelor's degree are available on the Curricula page.