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Changes in the curriculum - Master Mental Health

 


Changes starting 2022-2023

Educational curricula can change from year to year. Below you will find both curriculum and general changes.

Curriculum changes Master Mental Health 2021-2022
 
Exam and Examination Regulation - Only applies to 

- Article 2.2 (admission requirements): updated according to current procedure.

- Article 3.3 (language of instruction): clarified that the main language is Dutch for both education and assessment, though components might be taught or assessed in English.

- Article 3.6 (composition of the curriculum): added information about the part-time option, including the procedure for setting up a study plan.

 
Rules and Regulations - Applies to all MMH students

To be announced.
 


Cohort starting 2021-2022

 


Consequences cohort 2020-2021 and before

Various schedule related changes as a result of the administrative transfer of the MMH programme to FPN Contact the Board of Examiners.
PSY4775 "Academic Skills: new course in period 3, no ects.
 
 Not applicable.

PSY4761 "Personality Disorders" now called "Personality Disorders in Mental Health"

PSY4763 "Psychotic Disorders" now called "Psychotic Disorders in Mental Health"

  
PSY4765 "Somatoform Disorders"  now called "Somatic Symptom Disorders in Mental Health"
 
  
Period changes for PSY4755 "Externalising Disorders", PSY4756 "Family Therapy" and PSY4765 "Somatic Symptom Disorders in Mental Health"
 
  
PSY4772 "Research Proposal": now in period 3.
 
 Contact the Board of Examiners.
'good/pass/fail' evaluation for PSY4752 "Child and Adolescence Psychopathology" , PSY4754 "Psychodiagnostics" and PSY4756 "Family Therapy".
 
  


Changes starting 2021-2022

Educational curricula can change from year to year. Below you will find both curriculum and general changes.

Curriculum changes Master Mental Health 2021-2022
 
Exam and Examination Regulation - Only applies to MMH Cohort 2021-2022
 
Rules and Regulations - Applies to all MMH students

 


Cohort starting 2021-2022

 


Consequences cohort 2020-2021 and before

No changes
 
 No changes.
Last modified: Mon, 11/07/2022 - 13:31

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