MA-students in ICZM: INTEGRATED COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT
University of Oldenburg (Carl von Ossietzky) on behalf of Inter North Sea University (I-Sea-U).
AREA 1: The long time view covering 1500 years of North Sea history and culture.
AREA 2: Medieval times including the Vikings and Frisians, and ending with the rise and fall of the Hanseatic League. Subdivided into* Harbours, landscape and trade*, *Ships and technology* and *Lighthouses and Seamarks*.
AREA 3: Covers mainly the period 1800 - 2000. Subdivided into the following: *Fishing*, *Ships and Trade*, *Gender*, and *Habours*.
AREA 4: Excursions to coastal areas including visit to museums:
- Avaldsnes (Norway)
- Oldenburg/Bremen (Germany)
How to integrate the protection of the cultural heritage in the process of coastal management using examples e.g. from the Oldenburg area, or from Avaldsnes, or from the report *Coastal Cultural Heritages - the challenges and proposals*.
* Preparation before course week: 1 week of work based on course material
* Course week: 1 week of lecturing, workshops and group work (see in the Menu Bar of WWW-site).
* Work after the course week: 1 week of work based on course material
INTEGRATED COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT is a Masterīs Programme providing participants with the basic knowledge of the processes and systems of coastal zones and sensitizes students to the complexitiy of coastal zone uses.
The programme supplies students with modern analytical skills and tools to diagnose problems and issues. It demonstrates that integrated management is a common and iterative process of all who are partners by a certain problem.
The programme outlines how to mediate this process and to handle managing measures effectively. It trains students to work in multidisciplinary teams and in dialogue with the public.