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Health and sport

General information for the a.y. 2024-2025

Interuniversity programme with Università di Verona

Disciplinary areaHealth
Duration 2 years - 120 Credits
Admission Accesso Programmato Limited access, see call for applications
Teaching method Lectures
Regulation Main Teaching Regulations

The course is managed by the Department of Medical and Surgical Sciences

Presentation

The Master's Degree Programme in Health and Sport Class LM-67 in Science and Techniques of Preventive and Adapted Motor Activity is aimed at training highly qualified professionals with advanced scientific knowledge in the field of human motor activities, with particular regard to the preventive and adaptive areas.

Programme contents

Educational activities include basic, characterising and related disciplines in the areas of biomedical sciences and socio-psycho-pedagogical sciences. During the programme, students carry out internships they choose and carry out in national and international healthcare facilities for high qualifications.

Job opportunities

The Master's degree in Health and Sport (kinesiologist of adapted motor activity) has the role of planning and implementing motor activity protocols for healthy subjects for the purpose of prevention, subjects at risk or already suffering from pathologies, in the different age groups and physical conditions, aimed at the management of preventive measures and in particular at the control and improvement of pathologies with stabilised outcomes of the cardiovascular, musculoskeletal, osteoarticular, neurodegenerative and dysmetabolic systems, through adapted motor activity. Graduates can work in public and private facilities in the areas of tourism-recreational and post-rehabilitation services such as: a) Fitness centres, swimming pools, socio-educational centres, hotel facilities, spa facilities, wellness centres, amateur sports associations, health facilities and gyms promoting health and adapted motor activity, b) Socio-pedagogical facilities, in which programmes or courses of individual or collective motor activities, health development promotion, tourism-recreational, educational-psychomotor activities, aimed at children, adults, the elderly and the disabled, are conducted, c) Gyms promoting health. They can attend advanced master programmes on issues related to their professional status, as well as access to doctoral research schools according to the current university legislation.

More information

Course Director:
Coordinatore del Corso di Laurea
prof.ssa Anna Vittoria Mattioli
tel. 059 4224281
annavittoria.mattioli@unimore.it
Tutoring delegate:
Referente per il tutorato
dott.ssa Francesca Coppi
francesca.coppi@unimore.it
Segreteria del Corso di Studi
dott.ssa Benedetta Artioli
benedetta.artioli@unimore.it