Path studies are predetermined study modules that are a part of Humak’s degrees. Completing path studies gives students application eligibility to the degree studies in question. Path studies include both Bachelor’s and Master’s level studies. On this page, you can find detailed descriptions of different path study options offered by Humak.
Path studies are a predetermined set of study modules that are a part of Humak’s degrees and give students application eligibility to the degree studies in question. Path studies will be accepted in full if you are later selected as a Humak degree student in a separate or joint application.
In the beginning of your path studies, it is recommended to devise a personal study plan (PSP). It is important to create a realistic PSP, so that you can divide your schedule between studying, work, family, and recreational time. Familiarize yourself with study planning in the section on study planning.
Adventure and Ourdoor Education, Community Educator (Bachelor of Humanities) offers 30 ECTS module of path studies at the Nurmijärvi campus.
A student who has completed minumum of 30 ECTS of studies at the Humak Open University of Applied Sciences by the end of the application period can apply for the separate application of the open pathway.
Studies have to be included in the curriculum of Humak Community Educator, Adventure and Outdoor Education.
To be eligible for application on the basis of Open UAS studies, the applicant must have completed:
Compulsory studies 15 ECTS
Optional studies, 15 ECTS from following studies:
Courses included in path studies
Autumn semester 2022
Will be updated later.
After completing the path studies, you can apply in a separate application for a Bachelor’s degree. The separate application is organized twice a year, in autumn and spring. The content of the selection procedure and the selection criteria to be used are defined for each degree programme and are described in the guidelines for the admission procedure. Applying in the separate application is not an obstacle to applying in the joint application in spring.
For further information, please contact Applicant Services:
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Last modified: August 15, 2022