Learning outcomes

1. The Master is (self)reflective and ethical aware by keeping actions, functioning and development in line with the evolutions in science and in the work field.

2. Together with the stakeholders, the Master identifies heritage values.

3. The Master can apply complex, advanced and/or innovative problem-solving techniques and methods to several aspects of heritage.

4. The Master interprets different research results correctly and integrates them scientifically, clearly and in a structured way.

5. The Master designs original, sustainable and achievable plans and concepts for heritage in its contextual complexity.

6. The Master critically evaluates heritage plans and concepts and communicates clearly and comprehensibly about them.

7. The Master acts and takes responsibility in diverse, international and inter-, multi-, post- and transdisciplinary contexts.

8. The Master organizes, co-ordinates and communicates in an ethical, responsible and co-creative way.

9. The Master contributes to the production of new knowledge, and the development of insights and skills in relation to heritage research, management and practice.

10. The Master has developed an attitude of lifelong learning and of sharing competences.