Integrated Impact Assessment and Desicion making, 5 cr - YSZS0100
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Learning outcomes of the course
The student is familiar with the impact assessment methods. The student is capable to apply the impact assessment methods in the field of health promotion management and expertise. The student is familiar with the most common health promotion management tools and she/he knows how to utilize them within multisectoral networks.
- Impact assessment methods in health promotion
- Health promotion management methods and tools
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
The general criteria of a Master's degree can be found on web pages (http://opinto-oppaat.jamk.fi/en/Study-Guide-Masters-Degrees/).
Course learning outcomes are assessed in relation to each of the course learning objectives of knowledge, skills and qualifications on the basis of the general (national and European quality management system NQF / EQF, Level 7).
This course is graded as Pass/Fail, marked as S (Pass) or 0 (Fail).
Pass (S): Minimum requirements are:
The student understands the possibilities of health promotion expertise in influencing health promotion and well-being in decision-making in municipality, communities and organisations. The student knows evidence-based methods of health promotion and well-being management and is able to implement them in decision-making processes. Student is able to work in multicultural team.
More exact information about the learning assessment criteria used shall be provided in Optima online environment of the course.
If the student does not meet the minimum criteria set for the course, the grade is 0 (Fail).