CURRICULA > MASTER’S DEGREE, BLENDED LEARNING > DEGREE PROGRAMME IN DEVELOPMENT OF EMPOWERING WORKING METHODS IN HEALTH CARE AND SOCIAL SERVICES (SYA6), LAUREA LEPPÄVAARA (FINNISH) > VOIMAVARAISTAVIEN TYÖTAPOJEN KEHITTÄMINEN SOSIAALI- JA TERVEYSALALLA, YAMK, S18, LEPPÄVAARA
Master’s degree, blended learning

Voimavaraistavien työtapojen kehittäminen sosiaali- ja terveysalalla, yamk, S18, Leppävaara

Autumn 2018

Classification
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CORE COMPETENCE
               
DEVELOPMENT OF EMPOWERING WORKING METHODS
               
Development of Empowering Working Methods in Social Rehabilitation and Health and Welfare Promotion 10
 
   
   
Ethical Conduct and Decision-Making 5
 
   
   
Management of Health and Welfare Promotion 5
 
   
   
Supervision and Team Coaching 5
 
   
   
Research, Development and Innovation 5
 
   
   
THESIS
               
Master's thesis 30
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COMPLEMENTARY COMPETENCE
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RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT COMPETENCE
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Action Research and Participatory Methods 5
   
   
 
Anticipating Future 5
   
   
 
Research Communications 5
   
   
 
Impact Research 5
   
   
 
MANAGING EXPERT COMMUNITIES
()
               
Change Management 5
   
   
 
Human Resources Management in Today's Organisations 5
   
   
 
Managing Networks 5
   
   
 
Socially Responsible Management 5
   
   
 
USER-CENTERED SERVICE DESIGN
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Digital in Services 5
   
   
 
User-Centered Design of Digital Services 10
   
   
 
Competence in Service Design 5
   
   
 
OTHER COMPLEMENTARY COMPETENCE
()
               
Entrepreneurship as a Career 5
   
   
 
65006500650
ECTS credits per period / semester / academic year 115 10 40 75 10 40 75 10

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.