On this page, you will find the curricula of Humak's degree programmes, the difficulty levels of their qualifications, and the competences they provide. At the bottom of the page you can find the equivalence tables for each programme, for those students who started their studies in an older curriculum.
See below for the current and, where applicable, the old curricula of the Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. Models for study progression in the target time and in an accelerated pace can be found here.
In the Finnish national degree qualification framework, all degrees are placed in one of the eight levels of the framework. UAS Bachelor’s degrees are placed at level 6 and Master’s degrees at level 7.
In the national qualifications framework, levels 6 and 7 and the national common competences describe the level of competence of a student graduating from an UAS. Competences are broad entities that describe the students’ performance potential and their ability to carry out occupational tasks.
As a rule, the NQF level descriptions, i.e. the common and education-specific competences have been taken into account in the curricula of Humak. The achievement of these objectives is assessed as part of the normal assessment of competences in the learning process.
See below for more details on the descriptions of competences at different levels.
NQF, level 6
Competences required for a UAS degree:
NQF, level 7
Competences required for a Master’s (abbr. YAMK in Finnish) degree:
Administrator of the page: Helka Luttinen,
Last modified: October 22, 2021