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Master's degree

Environmental Technology, master studies

2017

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CORE COMPETENCE
                 
Safety of living environment
                 
Administration and legislation 5
 
   
     
Environmental and health risk assessment and management 5
   
   
 
Development of built environment
                 
Indoor climate of buildings 5
 
   
     
Advanced tools for development 5
   
   
 
Master’s thesis
                 
Master’s thesis: idea and planning 10
   
   
 
Master’s thesis: implementation 10
   
   
 
Master’s thesis: reporting, assessment and presentation 10  
   
     
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SUPPLEMENTARY COMPETENCE
(Select 10 ECTS)
                 
+ Master School
                 
The Childs trusteeship protection and criminal proceedings 5                  
The Best Interest of the Child 5                  
Environmental responsibility in organization 5                  
Introduction to cybersecurity 5                  
Circular Economy 5                  
+ Management studies
                 
Leadership challenges during change 5                  
Project management 5                  
Leading youself and others 5                  
Turvallisuusjohtaminen 5                  
Strategic management 5                  
Digitalisation in management 5                  
Human resources management and first-line management 5                  
Service processes and developing of processes 5                  
Network management 5                  
Management systems 5                  
Facing challenging working life situations 5                  
Wellbeing at work 5                  
Sustainable technology management 5                  
Leadership and interaction 5                  
Strategic Management 5                  
Leadership 5                  
eMentorointi 5                  
Interdisciplinary Project Management 5                  
Financial Management 5                  
Sales management 5                  
+ Research and development studies
                 
Research-based development 5                  
Future research 5                  
Digitalisation in developing of the welfare 5                  
Participatory development methods 5                  
Service design 5                  
Art-based collaboration methods 5                  
Methodological Summer School 5                  
Basics of research and development of working life 5                  
Survey in research and development 5                  
Qualitative research methods in working life development 5                  
Service Design 5                  
Service design as method of development 5                  
+ Russia studies
                 
Russian Cultural History 5                  
Russian for working life 5                  
Russian Grammar 5                  
Russian business and communications culture 5                  
Russia 4 5                  
+ Communication studies
                 
Interaction as a tool of expert 5                  
Academic Writing 5                  
Administrative Swedish 2                  
Spanish for working life 5                  
German for working life 5                  
Multi-cultural teamwork & communications 5                  
Report and publish your development project 5                  
Academic writing for master’s thesis 5                  
+ Entrepreneurship studies
                 
Entrepreneurship sparring for master students 5                  
Grow into an entrepreneur 5                  
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ECTS credits per period / semester / academic year 401010301010151510

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.