Koulutustarjonta 2013-2014, ARKISTO

Oulun yliopisto tarjoaa monenlaisia opiskeluvaihtoehtoja. Perus- ja jatkotutkintoon tähtäävät koulutukset sekä eri maisteriohjelmat tuottavat työelämässä arvostetun yliopistotutkinnon. Lisäksi osaamisen päivittämiseen tarjoutuu lukuisia mahdollisuuksia mm. avoimen yliopiston koulutustarjonnan, täydennyskoulutuksen ja tiedekuntien täydentävien opintokokonaisuuksien kautta.

Kansainväliset maisteriohjelmat

Master's Programme in Health and Wellbeing in the Circumpolar Area

MCH focuses on the specific features, questions and challenges related to the health and wellbeing in the circumpolar area. The programme is established and managed by a network of international partner universities (University of Oulu, Finland; Center for Health Education, Greenland; Luleå University of Technology, Sweden; Northern State Medical University, Russia; Northern (Arctic) Federal University, Russia; University of Lapland, Finland; and University of Manitoba, Canada. The programme has been developed under the auspices of University of Arctic’s Thematic Networks and Barents Cross Border University. MCH curriculum outline consists of intermediate studies (60 ECTS) and advanced studies (60 ECTS), including compulsory on-line and on-site courses, optional courses (25 ECTS, e.g. on-line courses, on-site courses, field placement), and a Master’s thesis. Compulsory courses are organized by the MCH partner universities. Optional courses enable students to focus their studies according their personal study plan (PSP) at the beginning of studies, and it will be updated regularly. MCH core contents are: (1) characteristics of living in the North (environment, economics, social structures, cultural transitions), (2) special characteristics and needs of people living in the circumpolar region in relation to health and wellbeing, illnesses, health promotion and prevention, health care, and rehabilitation, (3) specific features of health care systems and services in the circumpolar region, and (4) a holistic view to the connections between the northern environment and human health and wellbeing.

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Plugi / Mika Heittola

Basic information

Name of the Degree: 
Master of Health Sciences (MHSc)
Intake: 
15 + 7
Duration of studies: 
2 years
ECTS Credits: 
120
Language of Instruction: 
English
Graduate Profiles: 
Administrative and Managerial Positions within Health Care Services
Education
Research
Planning
+358 (0)294 483569
arja.rautio (at) oulu.fi
+358 (0)294 485628
sanna-mari.ahonen (at) oulu.fi
Tuition fees for citizens of non EU/EEA member states: 
No tuition fee

Applying

Application Period: 
December 2nd 2013 – January 31st 2014 (16.00 GMT +2)