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The two-year Master's programme is meant for students who are fascinated by the complexity of human movement. You will study human movement from multiple perspectives, using theories from Medicine, Biology, Mathematics and Behavioural Sciences. Read more
The two-year Master's programme is meant for students who are fascinated by the complexity of human movement. You will study human movement from multiple perspectives, using theories from Medicine, Biology, Mathematics and Behavioural Sciences.

In this programme, you will acquire an advanced theoretical understanding of human movement. You will also gain research skills and professional skills, learning to apply your knowledge in a practical setting.

The programme has two central themes. In 'motor function and cognition in healthy ageing' you will explore how physical activity and innovative solutions can prevent chronic diseases, and preserve cognitive function. You will also study slow aging. In 'rehabilitation and functional recovery' you will improve your understanding of impaired movement and the restoration of functioning in rehabilitation practices.

It is possible to do a crossover between the Master's programmes in Human Movement Sciences and Sport Sciences.

Why in Groningen?

- Science-based multidisciplinary 2-year program
- Provides academic, research, and applied/professional skills in ambitious academic medical research working environment
- Opportunity to continue in a Human Movement Science Master-PhD trajectory

Job perspectives

After graduation, you can continue your academic career in a PhD trajectory or perform research at health care research institutes. In addition, you can consult at rehabilitation centres, hospitals and specialized care facilities. It is also possible to evaluate and develop ergonomic or orthopaedic products or to develop health and welfare policies for government agencies. With a teacher's certificate you can work as a lecturer in education.

Job examples

- Developer
Evaluate and develop ergonomic or orthopedic products in/or outside industry

- Researcher
Study for a PhD or perform research at health care research centers

- Consultant
Consult at rehabilitation centers, hospitals, or specialized care facilities

- Teacher/lecturer
Teacher/Lecturer of health and exercise science in Higher Education

- Policy Officer
Develop health and welfare policies for government agencies

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Accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons of England, this programme provides you with the comprehensive knowledge, and practical and technical skills required for the role of a cardiothoracic, general or orthopaedic surgical care practitioner (SCP). Read more
Accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons of England, this programme provides you with the comprehensive knowledge, and practical and technical skills required for the role of a cardiothoracic, general or orthopaedic surgical care practitioner (SCP).

Course details]

With the support of your consultant surgeon mentor, your clinical area and the University, you study four modules that provide you with the necessary theoretical knowledge and skills to meet the requirements of an SCP. You also show your commitment to the ethos of a professional life and responsibilities which include lifelong learning, reflective practice, self-knowledge and continuing professional development to function as a valued member of the cardiothoracic, general or orthopaedic surgical team.

This course:
-Provides you with the detailed and comprehensive knowledge, and the operative and technical skills needed as a SCP in cardiothoracic, general or orthopaedic surgery
-Develops your critical thinking and decision-making skills to practice autonomously within the guidelines of your SCP role in cardiothoracic, general or orthopaedic surgery
-Promotes the ethos of lifelong learning and continuing professional development to function as a valued member of the extended cardiothoracic, general or orthopaedic surgical healthcare team
-Develops your research skills to search, retrieve, critically evaluate and synthesise the current evidence base underpinning cardiothoracic, general or orthopedic surgical care practice
-Develops you as a practitioner providing high-quality care throughout the patient journey in cardiothoracic, general or orthopaedic surgery based on sound clinical evidence and good judgement.

Professional accreditation

This course is accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

What you study

Year 1 core modules
-Developing Core Surgical Care Practitioner Skills
-Evidence-based Practice

Year 2 core modules
-Cardiothoracic Surgical Care Practitioner Skills
or
-General Surgery Surgical Care Practitioner Skills
or
-Orthopaedic Surgical Care Practitioner Skills

Modules offered may vary.

Teaching

The theory aspect of this programme is delivered in three block weeks at the University at the start of each semester. You also work with an identified consultant surgeon mentor in the field of cardiothoracic, general or orthopaedic surgery.

You are taught through five one-week study blocks in Year 1, and three one-week study blocks in Year 2. We use a variety of teaching methods in conjunction with practice-based learning in your workplace.

You are assessed through a variety of methods including practice-based competencies, a viva voce and written case studies.

Employability

On completion you are qualified as an SCP in cardiothoracic, general or orthopaedic surgery. These courses enable you to access a second specialist module independently, or progress to complete an MSc.

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An MS in Exercise and Sport Physiology with a concentration in Athletic Training is available at West Chester University in a collaboration between the Departments of Kinesiology and Sports Medicine. Read more
An MS in Exercise and Sport Physiology with a concentration in Athletic Training is available at West Chester University in a collaboration between the Departments of Kinesiology and Sports Medicine. It is a 40 credit, 2 year degree program that mandates the completion of a Thesis. Coursework includes Cadaver Antomy, Orthopedic Surgical Techniques, Seminars in Sports Medicine, as well as Topics in Sports Medicine.

Curriculum

Degree core:

• EXS 600 Rsrch Methods In Hlth, Phys Ed, Recreat
• EXS 585 Biomechanics
• KIN 608 Thesis Seminar
• EXS 681 Advanced Exercise Physiology
• HEA 526 Biostatistics for Public Health or STA 511 Intro Stat Computing & Data Management
• EXS 698 Research I
• EXS 699 Research II

Concentration core:

• SMD 500 Human Cadaver Anatomy
• SMD 501 Human Cadaver Dissection
• SMD 505 Evidence Based Practice in Sports Medicine
• SMD 592 Seminar in Sports Medicine
• SMD 693 Selected Topics in Sports Medicine

Electives (choose two):

• NTD 503 Human Nutrition
• HEA 550 Evidence-Based Medicine and Public Health
• EXS 572 Advanced Motor Learning
• KIN 603 Professional Literature Seminar
• EXS 681 Advanced Exercise Physiology
• EXS 687 Applied Muscular Physiology
• EXS 688 Applied Cardiovascular Physiology
• EXS 691 Adv Clinical Exercise Testing & Prescrip
• SMD 595 Orthopaedic Surgical Techniques

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Program Overview. The Master of Engineering degree is designed for students who would like to advance their knowledge and expertise in biomedical engineering. Read more

Program Overview

The Master of Engineering degree is designed for students who would like to advance their knowledge and expertise in biomedical engineering. The program requires completion of 10 three-credit courses: two core courses, a physiology course, and seven elective courses. The seven elective courses are chosen to meet the student's career objectives. The program is intended to broaden students' knowledge of the field in preparation for the biomedical technology industry or a PhD program.


Related Experience

Biomedical Engineering is a highly multidisciplinary, application-oriented field. Students are encouraged to pursue research projects in one of the many cutting-edge research labs across campus. Opportunities are also available with local clinical, research and industry partners, including Eastern Virginia Medical School, Sentara, and the nearly 20 institutions and companies that comprise Bioscience Hampton Roads.

Careers

Biomedical engineering is a fast growing occupation according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Biomedical engineers design the next generation of systems and treatments that will advance the quality of life for patients. They develop medical devices, materials, and computer models that detect and treat disease. Biomedical engineers are responsible for the creation of artificial organs, automated patient monitoring, blood chemistry sensors, advanced therapeutic and surgical devices, application of expert systems and artificial intelligence to clinical decision making, design of optimal clinical laboratories, medical imaging systems, computer modeling of physiological systems, biomaterials design, and biomechanics for injury and wound healing, among many others.

There are a wide variety of job opportunities in fields such as:

  • Cellular, Tissue, Genetic, Clinical, and Rehabilitation Engineering
  • Bioinstrumentation
  • Biomaterials
  • Biomechanics
  • Drug Design and Delivery
  • Medical Imaging
  • Orthopedic Surgery
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Systems Physiology

Featured Classes & Facilities

The Master of Engineering program requires completion of 10 three-credit courses: two BME fundamentals courses, a graduate physiology course, and seven technical electives. The seven technical electives should be chosen to meet the student's career objectives.

Affiliated Research Labs, Institutes, & Centers

  • Advanced Signal Processing in Engineering and Neuroscience (ASPEN) Laboratory
  • Applied Research Center
  • Biomechanics Laboratory
  • Biomachina Laboratory
  • Cardiac Electrophysiology Laboratory
  • Cellular Mechanobiology Laboratory
  • Center for Brain Research and Rehabilitation
  • Frank Reidy Research Center for Bioelectrics
  • Medical Imaging, Diagnosis and Analysis (MIDA) Laboratory
  • Medical Simulations Laboratory
  • Micro-Devices & Micromechanics Laboratory
  • Microfluids Laboratory
  • Plasma Engineering and Medicine Institute (PEMI)
  • Systems Analysis of Metabolic Physiology and Exercise (SAMPE) Laboratory
  • Virginia Institute for Imaging and Vision Analysis (VIIVA)
  • Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center (VMASC)
  • Xu Lab

You can request more information here: https://odugrad.askadmissions.net/emtinterestpage.aspx?ip=graduate



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The Master of Athletic Training program consists of 60 credit hours which are inclusive of the latest research, knowledge, and techniques, as well as all required NATA Athletic Training Education Competencies in the following areas. Read more

The Master of Athletic Training program consists of 60 credit hours which are inclusive of the latest research, knowledge, and techniques, as well as all required NATA Athletic Training Education Competencies in the following areas:

  • Evidence-based practice,
  • Prevention and health promotion,
  • Clinical examination and diagnosis,
  • Acute care of injury and illness,
  • Therapeutic interventions,
  • Psychosocial strategies and referral,
  • Healthcare administration, and
  • Professional development and responsibility.

The program is designed to provide structured didactic (classroom) and supervised practice experiences to prepare a student for an entry-level position in athletic training. Didactic courses are sequenced and integrated to maximize student learning. The purpose of supervised practice courses is to provide a structured clinical experience in which to prepare for professional practice and engage in professional socialization.

Throughout the Master of Athletic Training program, supervised practice courses provide direct patient care opportunities for a variety of injuries and patient populations including contact (high risk) and non-contact sports, male and female patients, upper extremity and lower extremity injuries, sport and non-sport settings, and general medical conditions.

Clinical Experience

Students gain clinical experience in the following settings:

  • Collegiate: The University of Tulsa, an NCAA Division I university that competes in the American Athletic Conference, and; Oral Roberts University, an NCAA Division I university that competes in the Summit League;
  • Various local high schools including Union, Owasso, Cascia Hall, and Broken Arrow;
  • Eastern Oklahoma Orthopedic Center, a local sports medicine clinic;
  • American Airlines maintenance facility, an industrial setting,
  • General medical, through rotations with sports medicine fellows and through the on-site health clinic; and
  • Other special events as available. 

In all clinical rotations, students are supervised by BOC certified and Oklahoma licensed athletic trainers. Most students work one on one with their preceptor in the clinical setting.

Athletic training students also gain experience with emergency situations and general medical conditions through clinical simulation scenarios which utilize METIMan, a high fidelity human patient simulator, in our simulation center.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Admission into The University of Tulsa Graduate School,
  • Completion of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution,
  • Undergraduate grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale,
  • Submission of General Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores,
  • Completion of 50 hours of observation with a licensed athletic trainer,
  • Three letters of recommendation, including at least one from an athletic trainer verifying observation experience and one from a former or current professor, and
  • Satisfactory completion of the following prerequisite coursework or equivalent coursework (35 credits) with a letter grade of C or better:

Biology (12 credits)

  • Human Anatomy and Lab
  • Human Physiology and Lab
  • Introduction to Biology and Lab

Chemistry (4 credits)

  • General Chemistry and Lab or Chemistry in Medicine

Physics (4 credits)

  • Introduction to Physics and Lab

Psychology (3 credits)

  • General Psychology

Statistics (3 credits)

  • Introduction to Statistics

Nutrition (3 credits)

  • Nutrition or Sports Nutrition

Kinesiology and/or Biomechanics (3 credits)

  • Functional Anatomy or Kinesiology
  • Biomechanics

Exercise Physiology (3 credits)



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