Topic outline

    Course starts on Wednesday 9.1.2019 at 10:15

    The location is K215 (Otakaari 4). There is also a lecture on Friday 11.1.2019 at 10:15.

    After that, the assignment support sessions are on Mondays at 10:15-12 and Fridays at 8:15-10 in Maarintalo C-D-E, and lectures on Wednesday and Friday at 10:15-12 (K215).

    Great opportunity!

    In connection of this 5-credit course, you can take part in an English module LC-1117 that grants you the 3 ECTS (o+w), fulfilling the university foreign language requirement in English.

     LC-1117 content and schedule are directly connected to those of ENY-C20005, and part of the assignments are shared. The English module will be offered 9.01.-27.03.2018, on Wednesday afternoons 12.30-15.45.  Notice that the oral component of LC-1117 will partly extend over to period 4 (two sessions).

     To join the English group, register for course LC-1117 Integrated Oral and Written Skills in Oodi, and choose group H03.  See also MyCourses.

    More information about the English module will be offered in the first ENY-C2005 lecture.

    Course programme

    For the programme of lectures and lecture materials go to the Lectures section, for the assignments programme and general instructions to the Assignments info section, and for the assignment tasks and submission of reports to the Assignments sections.


    The means of learning on this course are lectures and related reading, assignments, and exam. Grading of learning is based on the exam (50 %) and the assignments (50 %).
    Earning at least half of the maximum points of the exam and doing all the assignments at an acceptable level proves that you have learned sufficiently to pass the course.

    For those who did not attend the ArcGIS module in ENG-A1001

    If you are not familiar with ArcGIS software, take a look at the free training materials in "Assignment info" section before you start to do  the assignments.

    Do you have questions?

    Contact university lecturer Jussi Nikander ( by email. Use the course code on the email subject field, please.