Final test

A.Y. 2020/2021
Learning objectives
The final exam consists of a practical test during which the student must demonstrate that he has acquired the theoretical-practical and technical-operative knowledge and skills specific to the specific professional profile and in the preparation of a paper and its dissertation.
Expected learning outcomes
Verification of everything that has been studied and practiced during the 3 years of the course.
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

In an emergency period, the thesis sessions will be held electronically, using the Microsoft Teams platform.
Each candidate, member of the Examining Commission, Supervisor will be connected from his home.
The cases of the practical test will contain the essential elements for their classification and to be able to answer the predefined oral question, drawn by lot among the questions of the practical test in presence.
The dissertation of the degree thesis will take place in the same way as defined in presence.
Course syllabus
All topics covered during the three years of study.
Prerequisites for admission
The student must have all the professional knowledge acquired by all the exams foreseen in the study plan. The student is admitted to the final exam after having successfully passed the examinations of all the training and internship activities provided for in the study plan, for a total of 173 CFU.
Teaching methods
The practical test focuses on the analysis of a clinical case, extracted from a volunteer candidate, among all the cases prepared by the Examination Commission and relating to all areas of competence of the Audioprotesist Technician. For the analysis and resolution of each case, some minimum criteria are identified by the Examination Commission. The cases contain the essential elements for their classification and to be able to answer the questions posed.
The practical test, which can obtain an evaluation of up to 11 points, takes place before the dissertation of the paper on the same day. At the end of the practical test, the student is notified of obtaining the qualification to practice the profession and admission to the presentation and dissertation of the thesis.
The types of theses envisaged are:
a) compilation thesis, which provides that the topic is developed in an original way starting from knowledge documented through a bibliographic research at national and international level
b) experimental thesis, which can develop in the context of ongoing research in which the student can take part in phases to be agreed with the supervisor and co-supervisor or by carrying out a research project prepared for the purposes of the thesis.
The dissertation includes the intervention of the supervisor and the thesis co-supervisor, who, together with the Commission, will present the candidate with in-depth questions. The Examination Commission, also according to the Supervisor's proposal, will evaluate the paper and its presentation, assigning up to a maximum of 10 points.
At the end of the thesis session there is the communication of the final grade and the proclamation.
Teaching Resources
All the bibliographic material already indicated to the student during the three years of course.
The bibliography must contain recent contributions cited in the paper and be written in an orderly and complete manner.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The final exam consists of:
a) a practical test during which the student must demonstrate that he has acquired the knowledge and skills
theoretical-practical and technical-operational specific to the specific professional profile;
b) the preparation of a thesis and its dissertation.
The final test has the value of State Exam enabling professional practice and takes place in two sessions, in the periods and in the methods prescribed pursuant to D.I. 19.2.2009
- University credits: 7
Individual study and practice: 0 hours