Aims and outcomes


The match between curriculum aims and professional philosophy must be made, which means that the various types of knowledge as identified by Socrates, deserve attention. Issues such as professional apprenticeship and acceptance into the professional habitus, as well as desired learning outcomes – including competencies – are discussed and named. Critical thinking and critical information literacy are becoming increasingly important graduate qualities. In a global world, international equivalences must also be considered.

Key words

curriculum aims

professional philosophy


learning outcomes


international equivalence

Curriculum aims

The aims of the curriculum are to achieve a quality education ...

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