The Master course is a post-graduate or post-graduate masters degree course in scientific specialization and continuous training, designed for students and professionals who feel the need to further or update their training. The Masters courses provide knowledge and skills of a professional nature, including at technical-operational or design level.
University Masters can be first or second level.
The first level Master are for students in possession of at least a first-level degree; the second level Master is only for those with a specialist degree (or masters degree) or an "old order" degree.
Each Master lasts at least 1 year, with differing starting dates and admission procedures.
FIRST LEVEL UNIVERSITY MASTER
- Critical area for nurses (Interfaculty with Medicine and Dentistry)
- Nursing in the operating theatre for specialist surgery – scrub nursing
- Forensic nursing/clinical risk management
- Art-therapies (musictherapy, dance-movement-therapy, graphics and plastic arts, theatre-therapy and comic-therapy): methods and techniques of intervention
- Nursing Management
- Market access, marketing and institutional affairs in life science
- Nephropathy, dialysis and cardiovascolar pathologies (interfaculty with Medicine and Dentistry)
- Pelvic floor and rehabilitation
SECOND LEVEL UNIVERSITY MASTER
- Abdominal wall reconstruction (AWR)
- Acupuncture - Phytotherapy (integration between traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine)
- Pediatrica hematology
- Key managers in nutraceutical and cosmetics companies
- Aesthetic and regenerative medicine
- Methodologies in the pharmaceutical industry
- Monitoring, insurance and control of quality in Clinical Trials
- Homotoxicology and Low dose medicine
- Galenic preparations for human and veterinary use
- Radiopharmaceutical science and technology
- Forensic sciences (Criminal Investigation-Security-Intelligence) (Interfaculty with Medicine and Dentistry and Law)
- Stress, sport, nutrition: new diagnostic and therapeutic approaches for wellness. Fitness, prevention and rehabilitation
- Advanced techniques in mini-invasive vertebral surgery
- Molecular virology