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MASTER’S DEGREE IN HEALTH PROMOTION

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Free-choice studies
                     
5  
   
       
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Common Studies in Social and Health Care
                     
Research Methods 5
 
   
       
Evidence Based Practice 5
 
 
   
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Health Promotion
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Operational Environment of Social and Health Care 5
   
     
   
Health Promotion of Geriatric Patients 15
 
 
   
Well-being and Health Promotion in Occupational Health Care 15
 
 
   
Working Life Oriented Development Project 10
 
   
       
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Management in Social and Health Care
                     
Management of Change 5
 
 
   
Strategic and Process Management for Elderly People 5
   
     
   
Business Management in Social and Health Care 5  
   
       
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Thesis
                     
Information Search and Seminar 1 (Planning) 7
 
   
       
Seminar 2 (Implementation) 3
   
     
   
Independent Work 1 8
 
 
   
Independent Work 2 5  
   
       
Scientific Writing and Seminar 3 (Presentation) 7  
   
       
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The curriculum has been planned so that the student completes 60 ECTS credits per academic year and 30 ECTS credits per semester

Studies of syllabus is planned so 60 credits are studied in academic year. Planned syllabus may change during studies.

COMPETENCES DEVELOPED
The degree programme in health promotion is based on working life and it is comparable with equivalent degrees in other EU countries (EQF, level 7). The focus of the degree programme is on evidence based nursing in the health promotion of aging people. The degree programme gives qualifications and competence to develop health promotion of aging people and work as an expert and manager for social and health care organization in different environments on working life. After the graduation students are qualified to apply for vocational teacher’s education or other public positions, where Master’s level education is required.

PROFESSIONAL STATUS
The degree programme gives qualifications to work as manager, expert or developer in health promotion of aging people.
The advanced studies in occupational health care educate experts on health and wellbeing promotion of working-age population for social and health care organisations. They can develop work communities and/or work as superiors.
The master’s degree offers the same qualification for posts and positions in the public sector as master’s degrees completed in universities.

BASIC VALUES OF EDUCATION
The values of the education are based on the values mentioned in TAMK’s strategy:
A sense of community, respect for the individual and individual differences, sustainable development, appreciation of expertise and entrepreneurship.

STRUCTURE OF STUDIES
Advanced professional studies 55 cr
Free-choice studies 5 cr
Master’s Thesis 30 cr
Total 90 cr