A master’s degree is an advanced study program that can be completed in about two years, provided students have already earned a bachelor’s degree in a similar area. Students can choose to earn a Master of Arts, an MSc, or an MBA, depending on their current and future goals.
The formal higher education system of Finland is the 7-3-2-2 pattern. The university takes two years in vocational or technical education and finally two-year pre-tertiary education. Finland also has several public as well as private universities that have enabled accessibility of higher education to students.
Contact Universities about Master Degrees in Health in Finland 2017
Master’s Degree in Welfare Technology provides you with specific skills in concepts, methods and knowledge of the field. As a result, you can work in tasks where you can apply these skills in professional problem situations, research and innovation tasks and in management. [+]
Our programme offers a unique opportunity to study the intertwined disciplines of public and global health. [+]
ECOGEN Master’s degree programme prepares the students for future leadership positions in conservation biology and environmental ecology. It provides the students with appropriate knowledge in ecology and population genetics of endangered species and ecosystems. This competence is needed in the environmental administration and research in the fields of e.g. conservation biology and restoration ecology. The degree enables to further Ph.D. studies in ecology and genetics. [+]
University of Oulu has a long tradition in the education and research in Biomedical Engineering (BME). BME is a fast-evolving research theme under the Information Technology focus area of the University. The International Master’s Programme in BME is research oriented to offer a strong basis for research career. The contributing departments have received excellent grades from an international research assessment panel. The education is systematized with strongly interdisciplinary approach. Master’s theses are completed in participating research groups. [+]
The International Master’s Programme in Biomedical Engineering: Signal and Image Processing (BME-SIP) is research oriented to offer a strong basis for research career. The contributing departments have received excellent grades from an international research assessment panel. The education is systematized with strongly interdisciplinary approach. Master’s theses are completed in participating research groups. [+]
Master's Programme in Health Business Management is a joint programme customized for social and health care professionals as well as for business and engineering professionals who want to expand their expertise through improved management skills in this very key sector. Eligibility requirements include an appropriate Bachelor's degree and work experience. [+]
Higher University of Applied Sciences Degree in Health Promotion The scope of the degree programme is 90 cr, of which 60 cr is professional studies and 30 cr for the Master's thesis. The studies last [+]
Master of Health Care - Health Promotion
Higher University of Applied Sciences Degree in Health Promotion The scope of the degree programme is 90 cr, of which 60 cr is professional studies and 30 cr for the Master's thesis. The studies last approximately 2.5 years.
The language of instruction is English. Contact teaching 2-3 days per month in Kotka, Finland. The studies will begin in autumn 2013, 20 student places. (No intake in 2012)
Evidence-based development of your professional practice
The programme focuses on the evaluation of health situation and risk factors on the level of population, community and individual, on the utilization of epidemiologic data, and on methodological issues related to health promotion.... [-]
In-depth knowledge of infection biology is needed in work to improve health. This Master's Programme - Infection Biology, in collaboration with Uppsala University, focuses on the biological and chemical processes ... [+]
Master's Programme - Infection Biology
In-depth knowledge of infection biology is needed in work to improve health. There is a growing demand for expertise in this field, particularly in the developing world, where microbial infections are more prevalent, often with devastating consequences.
This programme, in collaboration with Uppsala University, focuses on the biological and chemical processes behind the aetiology, epidemiology and evolution of microbial infections, as well as ways of predicting, preventing, tracking and treating infectious diseases.
First year studies concern the world of microbes and aim to give advanced knowledge of the biological and chemical processes regulating host - pathogen interactions. This knowledge will constitute the basis for more applied topics such as the biology of infectious diseases, how to control infections by antimicrobial therapies and natural immunity and how to understand microbial evolution.... [-]