Master’s Degree Programme in Value and Community Based Development of Work

2017

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ADVANCED STUDIES
               
Theology of diaconia and education
               
Theology of diaconia and education 5
 
   
   
Human dignity, justice and current interpretations of the Christian faith
               
Human dignity, justice and current interpretations of the Christian faith 5  
   
   
Expertise in religious literacy and religious dialogue
               
Religious literacy, religious dialogue 3
   
   
 
Islamic literacy 1
   
   
 
Religious literacy and the media 1
   
   
 
Inequality and the promotion of participation
               
Inequality and the promotion of participation 5
 
   
   
Development of community-based work methods
               
Development of community-based work methods 5  
   
   
Social and health sector expert communication
               
Social and health sector expert communication, part I 3
 
   
   
Social and health sector expert communication, part II 2  
   
   
Research, development and innovation activity
               
Research, development and innovation methods 5
 
   
   
Data and methods of analysis 5
   
   
 
Leadership and development
               
Challenges and approaches to leadership 5
   
   
 
Development-oriented leadership 5  
   
   
Ethics of wellbeing professions
               
Ethics of wellbeing professions 5
   
   
 
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ELECTIVE STUDIES
               
THESIS PROJECT
               
Thesis
               
Thesis I 10
 
   
   
Thesis II 10
   
   
 
Thesis III 10  
   
   
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ECTS credits per period / semester / academic year 6060606060606060

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.