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If a degree is to be discontinued, a transitionary period ensues during which it is stated for how long a degree may be awarded before it disappears entirely. Sometimes the requirements for a degree may also be changed.


Degree requirements which have ceased to apply

If a degree is to be discontinued, a transitionary period ensues during which it is stated for how long a degree may be awarded before it disappears entirely. Sometimes the requirements for a degree may also be changed.

If the requirements are considered to be more strict there will be a transitionary period here too regarding for how long a degree may be awarded according to the previous requirements.

The forms of degrees below have been discontinued or have revised requirements. You must have commenced your studies before a certain date to have the right to take your degree. You can find more information about the requirements and transitionary periods in the local system of qualifications.


Degree requirements which have ceased to apply in 2021

  • Business Administration with Specialization in Ecological Economics: Master of Science (60 credits).
  • IT Management: Bachelor of Science and Master of Science (60 credits).


If you wish to apply for a degree certificate according to these requirements, all the courses included in your degree must have been completed and registered no later than 1 July 2021. In addition, your application for a degree certificate must have reached MDH no later than this date.

  • Sociology: Master of Science (60 credits).
  • Psychology: Master of Science (60 credits).


If you wish to apply for a degree certificate according to these requirements, all the courses included in your degree must have been completed and registered no later than 31 December 2021. In addition, your application for a degree certificate must have reached MDH no later than this date.


Have you any questions about your degree certificate?

Please contact the executive officers for degrees
if you have any questions: examen@mdh.se
or telephone: 016-15 32 20, Monday, Wednesday and Friday Fri 10.00-12.00.