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A candidate, who has completed the two-year master's degree in Risk Management, shall have the following learning outcomes:
Knowledge
K1: The candidate has advanced knowledge within the academic field of risk assessment and management, related to concepts, theories, principles, approaches, frameworks, methods and models for understanding, assessing, characterising, communicating, and managing risk, safety and security.
K2: The candidate can apply this knowledge to new types of problems and issues, in particular practical cases and problems in society, industry, business, et cetera.
Skills
S1: The candidate can plan and conduct analyses (interpreted in a wide sense) of risk, safety and security, using the above knowledge.
S2: The candidate can develop methods and models within risk assessment and management.
S3: The candidate can guide decision makers and other stakeholders on how to understand, assess, and manage risk, safety and security.
S4: The candidate can use relevant methods for research and scholarly work in an independent manner.
S5: The candidate can analyse and deal critically with various sources of information and use them to structure and formulate scholarly arguments.
S6: The candidate can evaluate critically principles, methods and models that are used within risk assessment and management.
S7: The candidate can carry out an independent, limited research or development project under supervision and in accordance with applicable norms for research ethics.
General competence
G1: The candidate can analyse relevant risk, safety and security problems.
G2: The candidate is able to evaluate the applicability of different managerial tools and approaches relevant to risk management, and examine the short- and long-term effects of different practices and solutions.
G3: The candidate can apply his/her knowledge and skills for tackling risk assessment and management issues.
G4: The candidate is familiar with and can use the current terminology of the field.
G5: The candidate can communicate about scientific issues within the field, both with specialists and the general public.
G6: The candidate can contribute to new developments within the field.