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Master’s Degree (UAS)

Master´s Degree in Rehabilitation

Autumn 2013

Classification
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Research and development competence in rehabilitation
                     
Changing paradigms of rehabilitation 4
 
   
         
Information acquisition and management in specialist rehabilitation practice 3
 
   
         
Research-oriented development in rehabilitation 10
 
 
 
     
Renewing rehabilitation networks 3
   
     
     
Crossing boundaries and developing operational processes in rehabilitation 5  
   
       
 
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Leadership and management competence in rehabilitation
                     
Professional development and self-management 5
Knowledge base and tools of rehabilitation leadership and management 6
 
   
         
Rehabilitation outcomes assessment 3
   
     
     
Strategic and operational management 5
   
     
     
Management in support of well-being at work 5  
   
       
 
Management of rehabilitation services 6  
   
       
 
17.312.77.79.712.76.80.88.80.811.80.8
Master's thesis
                     
Subject analysis and planning 5
 
   
         
Implementation 12
   
     
     
Assessment and publication 13  
   
       
 
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Elective studies
                     
Elective studies 5
 
   
         
50500500000
ECTS credits per period / semester / academic year 59.330.729.729.730.728.80.828.80.829.80.8

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

Due to the timing of optional and elective courses, credit accumulation per semester / academic year may vary.

Description

The curriculum is organised thematically, combining vertical and horizontal competences. The Degree Programme consists of the following four themes (study modules): Research and development competence in rehabilitation, 25 cr.; Leadership and management competence in rehabilitation, 30 cr.; Master’s thesis, 30 cr.; and Elective studies, 5 cr. The reading material related to the studies will be updated in the programme Moodle.