General Descriptions and Curricula

The curriculum is a general description of the degree programme and its course requirements.

A degree programme is formed by competence areas and courses. The programmes and instruction in them is organised through courses, which form competence areas. With regard to content, the courses to be completed are either basic or professional studies, or involve practical training or writing the master's thesis. The annual student workload is about 1600 hours. However, the optional studies contribute to variation in workload.

In addition to providing a professional qualification, the degree programmes conducted in English develop students' language skills and offer opportunities for internationalisation and contacts with different cultures.

All degree programmes: Principles of the Curricula (pdf)

You can find from the navigation the curricula of education starting in the every academic year.