Final exam

A.Y. 2020/2021
Learning objectives
Objectives of the final exam are:
report on a project carried out by the student applying the theoretical elements learned during the master's degree course in the fundamental teaching areas, namely:
· advanced professional area
· research in health systems
· training and education
· management of prevention health services
demonstrating to have developed professional and transversal skills (writing a technical scientific text / presentation of the results in electronic format / oral presentation and discussion of one's work).
Expected learning outcomes
Preparation of a thesis according to the standards of technical scientific documents
Presentation of the thesis work to a technical scientific forum
Argument and defense of the work done
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

The dissertation discussion sessions will take place in person or remotely, according to the indications that will be provided by the university, taking into account the health situation of the country.
In the case of remote discussion, the MS Teams platform will be used; the student will illustrate the contents of his thesis by sharing a presentation document with the commission (for example in MS Power Point).
In the event of a discussion in person, the necessary precautions will be taken to ensure social distancing.
Course syllabus
Not relevant.
Prerequisites for admission
To be admitted it is necessary to have acquired all the credits deriving from teaching activities and from passing exams. It is also necessary to have prepared a thesis work under the supervision of the supervisor. Before submitting the degree application, it will also be necessary to obtain the approval of the president of the degree course.
Teaching methods
Not relevant.
Teaching Resources
Instructions for the preparation of the degree thesis, provided by the degree course.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The jury will evaluate the contents of the thesis and its presentation during the graduation session.
- University credits: 7
Individual study and practice: 0 hours