11. The Master has thorough insight into the different fundamental developments in society that relate to the specialization chosen in the Master.
12. The Master has developed the attitude to actively participate, based on their epistemological background and concrete historical research experience, in the social debate and has the required knowledge and skills to do so.
13. The Master is able to reflect on the role of the historian (and history) in behavioural and cultural sciences and in society in a broader sense.
14. The Master has a number of historical competences that can be put to use in a broad field of professions, such as quickly recognizing patterns in complex information, placing current phenomena in the broader context and in their development, distinguishing main issues from side-issues and forming a synthesis. As such the Master of history is able to make an original contribution to the study field and to translate this outside of the strictly historical field to an audience of specialists and non-specialists.