**Professors and associate professors:** 4.5 K per semester**Assistant professors:** 15 K for three years. Any excess or deficit K will be carried forward upon appointment as associate professor.**PhD students:** 2 seminars or 1 seminar + other teaching activities during the programme.

Including assessment, director of studies, PhD coordinator, PhD supervision, senior staff scheme, workload reduction, research semester, Master’s theses, internship exam assignment, and Learn Danish

**Director of studies:** 3 K per semester

**PhD coordinator:** 3 K per semester

**Senior scheme:** 4 K per year

**Assessment committees for Professorships:**

1-4 applicants: 0.5 K (for the chairman) - 0 K (for ordinary member)

5-9 applicants: 1 K (for the chairman) - 0.5 K (for ordinary member)

10 or more applicants: 1,5 K (for the chairman) - 1 K (for ordinary member)

**Assessment committees for Associate professorships**:

1-4 applicants: 0.5 K (for the chairman) - 0 K (for ordinary member)

5 or more applicants: 1 K (for the chairman) - 0.5 K (for ordinary member)

** Assessment committees for Assistant professorships**:

1-4 applicants: 0.5 K (for the chairman) - 0 K (for ordinary member)

5 or more applicants: 1 K (for the chairman) - 0.5 K (for ordinary member)

**Chairman in connection with assessments of PhD dissertations:** 0.5 K

**Chairman in connection with assessments of doctoral dissertations:** 1 K

*If the person carrying out the assessment has a surplus in his/her K account, compensation may be converted to a supplement using a conversion factor of 1 K = DKK 30,000.*

**Workload reduction:** K compensation for workload reduction falls under the implementation of the budget on which the secured funding is based.

**Time off in lieu:** As of 1 January 2014, the 13th semester is teaching-free. 4,5 K are earned for each 13th semester a person has taught. (In the event of workload reduction from teaching, K will still be accumulated for the 13th semester). This includes the assistant professorship period. In the case of 4+4 scheme, the supervisors will not receive K for the master's thesis.

**PhD supervision:** Compensation for PhD supervision equals 2 K for the main supervisor and 1 K for any assistant supervisor. K in connection with PhD supervision are added in the year in which the PhD dissertation is defended. If the PhD programme ends without a defence, special arrangements must be made for the calculation of K compensation.

**Theses:** Theses are credited with 1/4 K. Each employee can be credited for a maximum of 12 theses per year, measured as a running average over a three-year period.

Assistant professors may be credited with a maximum of four master's theses during the assistant professor period.

**Exam paper, proficiency exam:** Counts as one-sixth of a thesis, but is not part of the standard number of theses.

**Danish classes**: Compensation is granted to non-Danish assistant professors, postdocs, associate professors and full professors on 2 K for completing the university's Danish course "Lær Dansk", level 3, or a course at an equivalent level. The compensation is released upon presentation of a course certificate to Susanne Vang.

**Sickness:** A period of sickness lasting more than 14 days is proportionally compensated. E.g. for two months of sickness: (9K x 2 months)/12 months = 1.5K.

In general: The number of teaching hours for lectures, coordination and grading of assignments which are handled by several teachers is distributed proportionally.

**Seminars:** 2 K**Double seminars:** 4 K**Bachelor's project seminars (also Public Policy):** 3 K

**Bachelor's project seminar (Social Science):** 3 K. 0.5 K extra for supervision for 7 extra students over 16 students (i.e. 3.5 K up till 23 students; 4 K up till 30 students)

**Project seminars:** 0.5 K if fewer than 10 students are attending and 1 K if 10 or more students are attending.

**Individual pol. seminar: **0.1 K per student

**PhD seminars:** 3 K if the seminar has a weighting of 10 ECTS

**PhD seminar in connection with MA seminar (double):** 4 K. 1 K with less than 5 PhD students. 2 K with 5 PhD students and more. 0,5 K for supplementary course in matrix arithmetic

**Introductory course in Political Science: **16,5 K in total, incl. supervision and grading of assignments.

- Lectures: 4 K.
- General coordination: 1 K.
- Student teacher coordination: 2 K.
- Supervision, grading of assignments and feedback: 8 K

**Introductory course in Political Science - Minor's programme: **4.5 K.

**Public Policy:**

- Lectures 4 K.
- Coordination, incl. with student teachers 2 K
- (60 students): 0,5 K

**Public Administration and Economics:** 3 K

**Methodology I:** 7.5 K in total: Lectures: 3 K. Coordinator: 2 K. 2,5 K are distributed proportionally on feedback and grading of assignments

**Methodology II:** 8 K in total: Lectures: 4 K. Coordinator: 2 K. 2 K are distributed proportionally on feedback and grading of assignments

**Methodology I – subsidiary subject(s):** 3 K. 0,5 K is distributed proportionally on feedback and grading of assignments

**Philosophy of Science:** 7 K in total: Lectures: 3 K: Coordinator: 2 K. 2 K are distributed proportionally between the persons grading the assignments

**Political Theory:** 7 K in total: Lectures: 3 K. Coordinator: 2 K. 2 K are distributed proportionally between the persons grading the assignments**Political Sociology:** 7.5 K in total: Lectures: 3 K. Coordinator: 2 K. 2.5 K are distributed proportionally on feedback and grading of assignments.

**General Political Science: **

7.5 K in total: Lectures: 3 K. Coordinator: 2 K. 2.5 K are distributed proportionally on feedback and grading of assignments

**General Political Science (Public Policy (60 students)):**

4,5 K in total. Lectures: 2,5 K. Coordinator: 1,25 K. 0,75 K is distributed proportionally on feedback and grading of assignments

**Comparative Political Science:**

7.5 K in total: Lectures: 3 K*. Coordinator: 2 K. 2.5 K are distributed proportionally on feedback and grading of assignments

**International Politics:** 7,5 K in total: Lectures: 3 K. Coordinator: 2 K. 2.5 K are distributed proportionally on feedback and grading of assignments*. *(Valid from spring semester 2016)

**Political Institutions:** 8 K in total: Lectures: 3 K. Coordinator: 2 K. 2,5 K are distributed proportionally on feedback and grading of assignments

0,5 K is distributed proportionally on feedback and grading of assignments (Public Policy (60 students))

Classes: 1 K for 1 class and 0.5 K for subsequent classes

**Public Administration:** 7,5 K in total: Lectures: 3 K. Coordinator: 2 K. 2 K are distributed proportionally on feedback and grading of assignments*. *0,5 K is distributed proportionally on feedback and grading of assignments (Public Policy (60 students))

**Public Health Science: ** 1.25 K for 1 class and 0.5 K for subsequent classes

**Public Policy:** 12 K in total: Lectures: 2.5 K. Coordinator: 2 K. 6 K are distributed proportionally between the persons grading the assignments. 1.5 K are distributed proportionally between persons grading the assignments (Public Policy (60 students))

Classes: 1 K for 1 class and 0.5 K for subsequent classes

**Policy Evaluation:** 6 K in total. Lectures: 0.5 K. Coordinator: 2 K. Examination (oral): 2,5 K are distributed proportionally between the examiners, and 0.5 K as for Public Policy.

Classes: 1 K for 1 class and 0,5 K for subsequent classes**Public Finance and Public Policy (Public Policy):** 4 K in total: Lectures: 3.5 K. 0.5 K is distributed proportionally between the examiners

**Public Management (Public Policy):** 4 K in total

**Method and philosophy of science:** 5.5 K in total

- Lectures: 3 K
- Coordination: 2 K
- Grading of assignments: 0.5 K

The standard number of K for external teaching assignments is based on a comparison with the department's lectures in the Bachelor's degree programme or seminars in the Master's degree programme. An 'inconvenience allowance' is paid for teaching outside normal working hours. The standard number of K also comprises a participant-dependent element.

**Courses in the Master of Public Governance programme (MPG):**

Relevant basis of comparison at the Department of Political Science | Standard length | Inconvenience allowance | Special conditions | Standard number of K in total | |

MPG courses (5 ECTS) | Seminar in the Master's degree programme | 2 K | 0.5 K | The number of participants may vary (15-40) | 2.5 K + 0.5 K for every additional 10 participants above 15 |

MGP courses (10 ECTS) | Double seminar in the Master's degree programme | 4 K | 0.5 K | The number of participants may vary (15-40) | 4.5 K + 0.5 K for every additional 10 participants above 15 |

MPG: Supervision, MA-theses: 0.25 K.

Special conditions:

By duplication of a MPG course you are given 50% extra K for teaching the second course.

If a AU MPG course is taught at SDU the inconvenience allowance increase with 0.25 K.

**Courses in Public Policy in the Oecon programme:**

Relevant basis of comparison at the Department of Political Science | Standard length | Inconvenience allowance | Special conditions | Standard number of K in total | |

Public Policy Master's course (5 ECTS) | Seminar in the Master's degree programme | 2 K + 0.5 K for every additional hour per week | The number of participants may vary | 2.5 K + 0.5 K for every additional 10 participants above 15 |

MPG: Supervision, MA-theses: 0.25 K.

**Courses on the Master's degree programme in Journalism and the Erasmus Mundus Master's degree programme in Journalism: **

Relevant basis of comparison at the Department of Political Science | Standard length | Inconvenience allowance | Special conditions | Standard number of K in total | |

Courses in the Master's degree programme in Journalism | Seminar in the Master's degree programme | 2 K | - | The number of participants may vary (25-30) | 2 K + 0.5 K for every additional 10 participants above 20 |

Erasmus Mundus courses | Seminar in the Master's degree programme | 2 K + 0.5 K for trial exam | - | 2.5 K + 0.5 K for every additional 10 participants above 20 |

**Courses in the Master's degree programme in International Studies:**

Relevant basis of comparison at the Department of Political Science | Standard length | Inconvenience allowance | Special conditions | Standard number of K in total | |

Courses in the Master's degree programme in International Studies | Seminar in the Master's degree programme | 2 K | - | The number of participants may vary (up to 40) | 2 K + 0.5 K for every additional 10 participants above 20 |

**Courses in the Bachelor's degree programme in Public Health Science:**

Relevant basis of comparison at the Department of Political Science | Standard length | Inconvenience allowance | Special conditions | Standard number of K in total | |

Introduction to Political Science | The Department of Political Science' Introduction to Political Science course (although the curriculum is shorter, there is no coordination, fewer lectures and fewer exams) | Lectures: 2 K Coordination: 0.5 K Grading of exam papers: 0.5 K | - | The number of participants is assumed to be approximately 50. | 3.0 K |

Health Sociology | Basic Introduction to Sociology (although there is less coordination and fewer exams) | Lectures: 2 K Coordination: 1 teaching credit Grading of exam papers: 0.5 K | - | The number of participants is assumed to be approximately 50. | 3.5 K |

**Courses in the Master's Degree Programme in Diakonia (Theology)**

Relevant basis of comparison at the Dept. of Pol. Sci. | Standard Length | Inconvenience allowance | Special conditions | Standard number of K in total | |

Organisation, management and voluntariness | Master's programme seminar | 2 K | - | The number of participants may vary (25-30) | 2 K + 0,5 K for every additional 10 participants over 20 |

Evaluation and quality control | Master's programme seminar | 2 K | - | The number of participants may vary (25-30) | 2 K + 0,5 K for every additional 10 participants over 20 |

**Internship assignment:** 1/6 of the thesis norm (independent assignment at Public Health Science)

**Master's Theses:** 0,25 K

**Supervision of Bachelor's Thesis:** 0.2 K