The master’s final project is…
A development of a final project on some specific aspect of drug dependencies and other dependencies. It must be defended before an examining board. The project must demonstrate the student’s ability to integrate and apply all of the competences acquired during the course.
Students can choose from a wide variety of topics. However, those related to research being carried out through the programme and suggested by the directors will have priority.
The project may consist of:
1. Clinical cases
2. Applied research
3. Design or assessment of an intervention
4. Programme and planning
5. Any alternative topic which has been previously approved by the directors of the programme.
Dates for defence and assessment of the project
The content of the project may be theoretical and/or practical and will be supervised by a lecturer (faculty advisor) from the programme. The project must meet the minimum requirements shown in the guide for preparation of the MFP.
- Defence of the Master’s Final Project: 26-27 June 2018