Various working methods are used in this programme, which emphasise independent individual work.
Most programmes start with specialist courses that combine a focus on research and development of theory in the relevant field with teaching important professional skills.
At Master's level, we emphasise the link between research and practice, seeking to train scientist practitioners. It is therefore essential that students are able to conduct research independently, which they do by writing a thesis. This is an individual article in which you report on an empirical research project that you have conducted yourself.
The assessments and tests in the courses and individual study components are based on the learning objectives and working methods of each component. This often means that a combination of different testing methods is used. For example, courses may be assessed by means of both written exams and assignments. The internship supervisor from the organisation plays an advisory role in assessing the internship.