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Classes: For both master’s degree programs (with and without thesis requirements) all exam results and other educational activities during the semester are taken into consideration in assessment and evaluation. The type and weight of exams and grades are determined by the instructor. The exams can be in the form of midterm, final, and make-up exams can be performed as oral, written, or both oral and written exams. The final cannot be worth less than 30% and more than 70% of the overall grade. The end-of-semester grades are finalized after they are announced by the Graduate School. In order for a student to be considered as successful in a class in the master’s program, s/he has to have a grade of at least 65 in that class. Students have to repeat the classes they fail, or take other classes that are considered as equivalent by the Graduate School Administration Board in place of the classes they failed.


Final Project: Students in the master’s degree program without the requirement for a thesis prepare a final project with the supervision of an instructor during the last semester that they are taking courses. Students have to write their reports according to the thesis requirements and defend it in an oral defense in front of the exam jury for qualification. The jury comprises of three instructors suggested by the Health Management Department.


Thesis: Students in the master’s degree program with a thesis requirement who successfully complete their coursework prepare a thesis proposal under the supervision of their advisor. The thesis proposal that is accepted by the Health Management Department Academic Committee is finalized with the decision of the Graduate School Administration Board. Students have to write their thesis according to the thesis requirements and defend it in an oral defense in front of the jury.