The final exam requires a previous internship (thesis) during the degree course, in academic, private or governmental institutions with expertise in health risk assessment, to acquire the expected 29 credits. Eligibility is based upon the acquirements of about 60 credits. The final exam consists of: written text, oral presentation and defence of a risk assessment exercise conducted on a case-study, agreed by the tutor and the candidate. The objective of the examination is to assess the students' broader and deeper knowledge and skills to independently apply the knowledge presented in the taught courses and be able to perform a full risk assessment integrating the different elements of the risk-assessment-process.
Expected learning outcomes
The ability in performing an hazard/risk assessment integrating the different elements of the risk-assessment-process.
Lesson period: Undefined
(In case of multiple editions, please check the period, as it may vary)