Science of movement for health and wellbeing
The Master's degree aims at training a professional with:
• multidisciplinary skills from the disciplines that study the morpho-functional and clinical changes of people affected by exercise-sensitive or chronic-degenerative pathologies, as well as the changes in the physical adaptations of subjects who experience specific processes such as those of developmental age and aging
• psycho-social-pedagogical skills to be exploited in the activity of educator and teacher of motor and sports activities, even adapted ones, which the graduate will be able to carry out in formal and informal contexts.
The Second Cycle degree course envisages the acquisition of 120 university credits overall, divided into typifying, similar, supplementary and the student’s choice of training work in addition to the internship and the work for the preparation of the final exam.
The teaching courses, integrated or single subject, include classroom lessons, lessons in gyms and other supplementary teaching work.
Student Advisory Service
Degree programme committees
COURSE TEACHING REGULATIONS
The teaching regulations specify the organisational aspects of the course, according to the corresponding system, respecting the freedom of teaching and the rights-duties of professors/lecturers and students.
CENTRES AND CONTACTS
Department of Clinical and Experimental Sciences (DSCS)
Viale Europa 11, 25123 Brescia BS
For information on educational activities
Servizi didattici (Educational Services)
UOC Corsi scientifici area medica (Medical area scientific courses)
Viale Europa 11, 25123 Brescia
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UOCC Segreterie studenti (Student Administration)
Via San Faustino 74/b, 25121 Brescia