General Descriptions and Curricula

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

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 competence areas and courses can be compulsory, optional or elective. The annual student workload is about 1600 hours. However, the optional studies contribute to variation in workload.

All degree programmes: Principles of the Curricula (pdf)

 

Education Starting in the Academic Year 2014-2015

General Descriptions and Curricula, instruction in Finnish

Table 1. Curricula, education starting in the academic year 2014-2015
Entrepreneurship and Business Competence    
General Description (pdf) individual courses competences
Technological Competence Management    
General Description (pdf) individual courses competences
Logistics    
General Description (pdf) individual courses competences
Automation Technology    
General Description (pdf) individual courses competences
Social Services    
General Description (pdf) individual courses competences
Health Care and Social Services Development and Management    
General Description (pdf) individual courses competences
Advanced Nursing Practice    
General Description (pdf) individual courses competences
Health Promotion    
General Description (pdf) individual courses competences
Hospitality Management    
General Description (pdf) individual courses competences
International Business Management, instruction in English    
General Description (pdf) individual courses competences
Information Technology, instruction in English    
General Description (pdf) individual courses competences

 

 

The Curricula of Previously Started Degree Programmes

The curricula of the degree programmes which have started before autumn 2013 are are available in the archived study guides: