n.MA.PR.FSA.22HS (Food Systems Architecture – Design of Regenerative Networks) 
Module: Food Systems Architecture – Design of Regenerative Networks
This information was generated on: 05 March 2024
No.
n.MA.PR.FSA.22HS
Title
Food Systems Architecture – Design of Regenerative Networks
Credits
2

Description

Version: 1.0 start 01 August 2022

 

Degree Program MSc in Preneurship for Regenerative Food Systems
Workload 60h: contact hours 24h (40%), self-study (guided) 36h (60%)
Module Coordinator Prof. Dr. Tilo Hühn
Lecturers Various external lecturers
Entry Requirements Students should be able to
  • explain, model and evaluate selected technologies, processes and systems for regenerative, dynamic, technological food value creation systems.
  • outline value networks using a sub-sector as an example and identify potential opportunities for regeneration.
  • describe company forms and structures, explain core processes of a company and derive the connection to a business model.
Learning Outcome and  Competences Students will be able to
  • explain, model and evaluate processes and methods for regenerative, dynamic systems.
  • formulate their ideas for developing regenerative business models with specialists from the stakeholder environment and implement and further develop these ideas in collaboration with others.
Module Content This module examines systems relevant to the food industry, including technologies and processes that are connected to food value creation (local and global) which were explored in the Food Tech Architecture module. The students learn how relevant technologies and processes in food systems are related and to recognise dependencies and synergies. The students not only learn to recognise such systems, but also to describe, outline, implement and evaluate them. Relevant systems as well as practical examples are explained. The aim is also to adapt and optimise existing systems in order to make them more regenerative and efficient. Practice-oriented learning is guaranteed by close cooperation with experts from the stakeholder environment, in hands-on exercises students outline regenerative business models and implement them in an exemplary manner.
Teaching / Learning Methods
  • Lectures
  • Group work
  • Peer Feedback
  • Expert feedback
  • Reflection
  • Workshop
Assessment of Learning
Outcome
Predicate (passed / failed) 100%:
  • Oral presentation of a model project 30%
  • Written documentation of a model project 70%
In case of failed assessment, the following options are possible:
1. The failed assessments may be resubmitted (in case of written work) or a supplementary examination can be carried out (in case of oral assessment). Counts as first attempt.
2. The failed assessments can be repeated the next time they are scheduled in the regular timetable. Counts as second attempt.
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Language English
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Course: Food Systems Architecture – Design of Regenerative Networks
No.
n.MA.PR.FSA.22HS.V
Title
Food Systems Architecture – Design of Regenerative Networks

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