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The master's degree offers both aspects of professional specialization and research initiation. Therefore, the main goals are:
-To train professionals working in the fields related to aging, so that they are able to face the problems with a holistic and integrative vision.
-Acquire and develop skills for the transfer of new academic knowledge in the areas of health care and public health in aging.
-Acquire and develop skills to incorporate basic knowledge in aging.
-Develop skills for the care work and/or research multidisciplinary character in aging.

The master's degree is especially aimed at students in possession of a bachelor's degree in Health or a bachelor's degree/diploma in Physiotherapy, Nursing, Human Nutrition and Dietetics, Occupational Therapy, Speech-Language Pathology and ambits relating to the health sciences and who are particularly interested in the different disciplines and fields relating to the study of aging and the care of elderly people, or who are interested in carrying out research in this area.

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