By attaining the basic goals of the study program, the graduates of the master's study program (Second Bologna cycle) Health Sciences will develop the following general competences:
- Ability to analyze, synthesize, predict and plan solutions and consequences in complex professional areas, including in new and unknown circumstances with a broad (multidisciplinary) approach, ability to integrate knowledge and solve complex situations, independent and autonomous, systematic and critical assessment of complex health situations.
- Ability to innovatively contribute to the development and application of new ideas related to research.
- Autonomy in professional work and in making professional decisions.
- The ability to critically evaluate and evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of selected methods and procedures; ability to act even in the case of simple and incomplete information, but taking into account social and ethical responsibilities associated with the introduction of knowledge and decision-making.
- Communication skills and skills to operate in the international environment; the ability to explain decisions, as well as the knowledge and the reasons on which they are based, in a clear and unambiguous way, to a professional and non-expert audience.
- In comparison with undergraduate graduates, it demonstrates a more in-depth and specialized understanding, a wider academic perspective and new competences. Demonstrating understanding of research work in the field of health sciences and qualifications for active research work.
- Ability to manage teamwork, ability to work in a group, and tolerant acceptance and consideration of constructive criticism and comment.
- Ability to critically review information and events in the local, national and international context and events.
- Commitment to professional ethics, the ability of ethical reflection and behavior in the case of ethical dilemmas that arise in health and social care.