Thesis / Final examination

The final exam, with the value of a state exam qualifying for the practice of the profession, is organized, according to the note of the Minister of University and Research in agreement with the Minister of Labour, Health and Social Policies (19/01/ 12), in two sessions defined at national level and consists of two evaluation moments: a practical test, in which the student will demonstrate professional skills (technical, relational, diagnostic, planning) in real clinical contexts.

Subsequently, and only after having successfully passed the practical test, the student will discuss a thesis. The thesis ascertains the student's ability to conduct an independent and methodologically rigorous learning path.

The procedures for conducting final exam are detailed in the Degree course Regulations.