Parts of the study programme
In accordance with Articles 33.a and 36 of the Higher Education Act, implementation of the study programme Phytotherapy in parts is anticipated. Parts of the programme are completed by learning units of the specific substantive area. In the scope of the Phytotherapy study programme, the following part of the study programme is anticipated: Basics of Phytotherapy.
In accordance with the Criteria, the implementation of the study programme in parts is credit evaluated, amounting to 58 ECTS.
Table: Curriculum for the part of the study programme
|1.||Applied Botany of Medicinal Plants||60||90||150||150||300||12|
|4.||Preparation and Application of Phytotherapeutic
|5.||Advising and Working with Customers||30||15||45||55||100||4|
|6.||Basics of Business||45||15||60||40||100||4|
Part of the study programme Basics of Phytotherapy includes 6 learning units (52 ECTS), practical training (3 ECTS), final paper (3 ECTS) and comprises 1435 hours or 58 ECTS. Part of the study programme includes subjects that empower the students for consulting work with clients and operating in a business environment, and trains them for the competent implementation of phytotherapeutic practice.
Obligatory instances for the students are:
Verification and assessment of knowledge is designed in a way, which enables students to get continuous and quality feedback on their progress and achievement of competences/objectives. The study programme requires students ongoing work, therefore the assessment of knowledge is more diagnostic, formative and summative. The verification and assessment process is carried out regularly during and after the completion of individual courses. On the elements of the verification and evaluation criteria, the students are informed orally at the beginning of the programme and in writing with the syllabus for each course. The assessment takes into account the ECTS grading scale.
Students complete the part of the study programme, when they successfully complete all with the study programme intended obligations in the amount of 58 ECTS, for which they are given a certificate (according to the Article 32a of the Higher Education Act - last indent), which is a public document.