A curriculum is a description of the degree programme, learning objectives and programme requirements.
The structure illustrates how the student should progress in studies from one academic year to another. To be able to complete a degree in the prescribed duration of studies, a student should take 60 credits each academic year. The courses can be compulsory, optional or free-choice.
The matrix describes the competences gained by the student using learning outcomes. The matrix illustrates what kind of competences the courses of the degree programme produce.
The description of the degree programme includes information on learning objectives, implementation of the degree programme and career possibilities.