The School of Health Sciences comprises basic studies conducted in two programmes of study i.e. nursing and occupational therapy.
Studies in nursing and occupational therapy require four years each and both lead to completion of the B.Sc. degree.
The study programme accounts for 240 ECTS, approximately 60 ECTS each year, distributed through autumn and spring semesters. The student is to complete the first half, i.e. the first two years of study, prior to commencing studies in the third year. The maximum time allowed for completion of the final examination is six years, three years for the completion of each half of the programme.
The School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Graduate Studies in Health Sciences offers programmes of study leading to a Master’s degree in health sciences. The programme comprises 120 ECTS and consists of six 10 ECTS courses and a 60 ECTS research project. Also offered is a 40 ECTS diploma programme.
Admission requirement is the completion of a fully accredited university programme in the area of health sciences and related subjects, normally with a first class rating from an acknowledged university.
Dean of School of Health Sciences:
Dr. Árún Kristín Sigurðardóttir, professor
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