Study Programme of Health and Rehabilitation in Working Life, 180 credits

Syllabus:

Study Programme of Health and Rehabilitation in Working Life, 180 credits, 180 Credits

General data

  • Code: VREAG
  • Cycle: First cycle
  • Ref no: MIUN 2009/1278
  • Credits: 180
  • Answerable department: Health Sciences
  • Answerable faculty: Faculty of Human Sciences
  • Latest review: 10/27/2021
  • Version valid from: 8/15/2022

Aim

The objective of the programme is that students shall be able to
- mobilize resources at individual, group and societal level from a comprehensive perspective;
- achieve a successful rehabilitation by cooperating with the individual, the organisation/employer and different authorities;
- treat people in need of rehabilitation in a professional manner by paying specific attention to a gender and inter-cultural perspectives
-plan and implement investigations and projCredits as well as to acquaint themselves with research results and be able to put them to practical use
- spread knowledge in society of the results gained from research and development in the field.

Content

The Programme comprises the following courses:

First semester
Rehabilitation Science GR (A), Labour market, working life and vocational training - an introdction, 15 credits
Rehabilitation Science GR (A), Theory of Science and Method 7,5 credits
Rehabilitation Science GR (A), Psychological Perspectives on Health and Rehabilitation in Working Life 7,5 credits

Second semester
Rehabilitation Science GR (B), Medical Perspectives on Health and Rehabilitation in Working Life 15 credits
Rehabilitation Science GR (B), Theory of Science and Method 7,5 credits
Rehabilitation Science GR (B), Ethical Perspectives on Health and Rehabilitation in Working Life 7,5 credits

Third semester
Rehabilitation Science GR (B), Basic Law and Labour Law Legislation Perspectives on Health Promotion and Rehabilitation in Working life 15 credits
Rehabilitation Science GR (B), Health Promoting Working life I, 15 credits

Fourth semester
Rehabilitation Science GR (B), Rehabilitation Methods in Working Life I, 15 credits
Rehabilitation Science GR (B), Applied Studies, 15 credits

Fifth semester
Rehabilitation Science GR (B), Health Promoting Working life II, 15 credits
Rehabilitation Science GR (B), Rehabilitation Methods in Working Life II, 15 credits

Sixth semester
Rehabilitation science GR (C), Theory of Science and Method, 15 credits
Rehabilitation science GR (C), Degree project of at least 15, credits.

During the study period the names of courses and course elements, contents and localization may be subjected to certain changes.

Description of programme

The Programme shall develop the skills necessary to mobilise resources at an individual level, but also at organisational and societal levels, where poor health or functional disorders already exist or where there is a risk that they may develop. At Mid Sweden University focus is on people of working age who are in need of rehabilitation. The programme emphasises an offensive, creative and preventive attitude.

Selection rules and procedures

The selection process is in accordance with the Higher Education Ordinance and the local order of admission.

Teaching and examination

Tuition is provided as distance education.

The pedagogical philosophy in the programme is based on flexible learning and substantial emphasis is put on flexible forms of study and the students’ own capacity for learning. With the objective to link theory and practice education includes elements of applicable rehabilitation work.

Modes of examination vary depending on the extent and character of the subject. Grading scale is stated in each respective syllabus.

Title of qualification

Degree of Bachelor of Arts/Science

Kandidatexamen med huvudområdet rehabiliteringsvetenskap
translated into
Degree of Bachelor of Science with a major in Rehabilitation Science

Other information

For interim regulations, see SFS 2004:289.

Those students who have commenced the programme of Rehabilitation Science before the autumn of 2006 have the right to, within the space of one year, complete the courses in accordance with the previously applicable educating procedure.

Internationalisation
International exchange is available during the programme

Evaluation
Evaluation is carried out for each course and after each completed programme, in order to ensure a continuous development of the programme.

The Rehabilitation Science Programme, 180 Credits is established at Mid Sweden University at the sector for social work and care. Education modes were stipulated by the sector’s Educational Committee on December 3, 1998, and revised by the Committee for First and Second Cycle Programme in the Field of Human Sciences on the June 29, 2001 and again on the April 28 April, 2002 as well as by the Faculty of Human Sciences on the April 14, 2005.

The programme syllabus was established by the Faculty Committee for Human Sciences on the September 19, 2006..

The student union has examined and approved the text in relation to previous requirements, selection rules and name of the examination, on June 20, 2001 and again on April 11, 2002.

The programme syllabus was adapted to requirements in the Bologna Process on October 5, 2006, and replaces the programme coded SREHK.

The page was updated 9/2/2014