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Masters Degrees in Cardiology

We have 56 Masters Degrees in Cardiology

Masters degrees in Cardiology train postgraduates in the skills needed to detect, manage and treat medical disorders of the heart and cardiovascular system.

Related subjects include Sports Cardiology, Cardiovascular Science and Preventative Cardiovascular Medicine. Entry requirements typically include an undergraduate degree in an appropriate subject such as Medicine, Sports Science or Biology.

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Cardiac physiologists are responsible for recording and analysing physiological data to diagnose and treat known or suspected cardiac disease. Read more
The MSc Cardiology and Stroke programme is lead by a medical lead for cardiology and stroke medicine who are both senior doctors and offers the opportunity to study all aspects of clinical cardiology including expert assessment and management of a range of cardiac conditions, cardiac interventions, interpretation and practical skills. Read more
This internationally recognised course is designed to train healthcare professionals to be the clinical leaders of the future by providing a mix of clinical and professional knowledge relevant to the practice of cardiology in contemporary healthcare. Read more
This course is two years and is designed to provide a high level of postgraduate training for doctors wishing to become trained in non-invasive and invasive cardiology. Read more
Cardiac rhythm and device specialists work across challenging and stimulating hospital and community environments, combining patient care with analytical problem solving. Read more
Echocardiography specialists work in a challenging and stimulating hospital environment, combining caring for patients with analytical problem solving to ensure excellent healthcare and patient support. Read more
This course is the first of its kind and recognises the growing need for additional clinical experts in providing ward-based patient care. Read more
This course aims to provide health professionals with an understanding of cardiovascular rehabilitation and prevention, to prepare health professionals to provide an effective cardiac rehabilitation service, and to objectively evaluate their practice through research. Read more
The Cardiovascular Research MSc offers an advanced theoretical and practical foundation in cardiovascular research. You will be taught by academic specialists who actively research the mechanisms that underlie human cardiovascular disease. Read more
Cardiovascular diseases remain a major cause of death and ill health worldwide. Read more
Learn the necessary skills to function in a modern biomedical/clinical environment specialising in cardiology, and will be relevant to researchers, day-to-day NHS hospital practice and general practice. Read more
The only programme of its kind to be offered in the South West region, the MSc Clinical Cardiac Science is designed to provide specialist knowledge within the areas of cardiac pathophysiology, diagnostics and technological advances in imaging alongside current and future treatment strands. Read more
Preventative Cardiovascular Medicine is a rapidly evolving branch of medicine involved in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases such as stroke, coronary heart disease and peripheral vascular disease. Read more
. Preventative Cardiovascular Medicine Courses Online. Diploma MSc is a leading provider of online medical education for. Postgraduate Diplomas and Masters courses. Read more

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