Laurea Magistrale (Second cycle degree/Two year Master - 120 ECTS) in Sciences and Techniques of Sports Activities

Degree programme

Programme type Laurea Magistrale (Second cycle degree/Two year Master - 120 ECTS)
Academic Year 2017/2018
General policies and regulations D.M. 270
Code 8037
Course class LM-68 - Sport science
Years in which the programme is being held I, II.
Mode of study Convenzionale
Admission typology Open access with assessment of personal competencies
Place of teaching Bologna
Programme Director Claudio Stefanelli
Teachers Teachers
Language Italian

Admission requirements and assessment of previously acquired knowledge/competences

Admission Requirements
Admission requirements for the degree programme
Admission to the 2nd cycle degree programme is subject to the possession of a 1st cycle degree in one of the following classes, or other suitable qualification obtained abroad:
- ex Italian Ministerial Decree 270: L-22
- ex Italian Ministerial Decree 509/99: Class 33
- ISEF Diploma;
If none of the aforementioned degrees are possessed, admission to the 2nd cycle degree programme is subject to the possession of one of the following qualifications: degree, three-year university diploma, four-year university degree, other qualification recognised under special laws or a suitable qualification obtained abroad leading to the recognition of at least 60 CFU in the subject areas covering the core learning activities of Class L-22 as laid down in Ministerial Decree (D.M.) of 16 March 2007 (Official Journal no. 155 of 6-7-2007 - Ordinary Suppl. no.153).
A special Board is appointed by the Degree Programme Board to recognise the university learning credits required for admission, at the specific request of the candidate.
Admission to the 2nd cycle degree programme is subject to the possession of the described curricular requirements and to the passing of an assessment of the candidates' competences and skills, through the assessment of the curriculum and a written and/or oral exam. The entrance examination procedures are decided annually by the Degree Programme Board and published on the University portal in the relative call for applications.
The assessment of competences and skills for admission to the 2nd cycle degree in Sciences and Techniques of Sports Activities aims to verify the candidates' basic command of the following subjects: applied biology, human anatomy, particularly the anatomy of the locomotor system, general pedagogy, human physiology, biochemistry and human nutrition, general psychology, theory and methodology of human movement, anthropometry and ergonomics, public and private law, hygiene applied to sport and exercise, technique and didactics theory of pediatric exercise, traumatology and first aid, theory and didactics of team sports, theory and didactics of swimming, theory and methodology of training, theory and didactics of individual sports.
Knowledge and skills in the English language to level B1 will be assessed by the University Linguistic Centre.
Students holding a corresponding language certification may be exempted from sitting this exam.
Candidates must pass the exam in order to register with the 2nd cycle degree programme.

Programme profile


Specific learning outcomes of the Programme
This programme produces 2nd cycle graduates with advanced scientific knowledge in the field of top-level sports activities.
In the programme students acquire the knowledge and competences to help athletes to achieve top competitive performance using advanced training techniques and to optimise their physiological performance and technique.
The outcomes are achieved through lectures, seminars and meetings with experts and top-class athletes, the use of case studies, technical and practical demonstrations in the field and individual exercises using advanced analytical tools to analyse performance; students will research texts individually and produce original works on the studied subjects and techniques; they will perform internships in qualified sports facilities working in a range of different sporting disciplines; finally, they will produce an experimental dissertation on a subject linked to the curriculum.

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Course units

The course units are listed according to the chosen curriculum

Internship

The degree programme includes a compulsory internship.

Further information can be found here: Ufficio tirocini della Scuola di Farmacia, Biotecnologie e Scienze Motorie (Sede di Bologna)

International mobility


Exchange are possible through agreements with a number of European Universities as part of the Erasmus programme and other conventions. Students may also choose to carry out part of their final thesis abroad.

Further information can be found here: La dimensione internazionale della Scuola

Access to further study

It gives access to third cycle studies (Dottorato di ricerca/Scuole di specializzazione) and master universitario di secondo livello.

Career opportunities

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