Official master's degree in Physiology from the Universidad de Barcelona

Official Master with access to doctorate

Integrative Physiology

UB - Universitat de Barcelona. Màsters Oficials
In Barcelona (Spain)

€ 2,790 - (Rs 2,02,660)
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  • Master
  • Barcelona (Spain)
  • Duration:
    1 Year
  • Credits: 60
Description

If you would like to extend your knowledge in the sector of research into physiology and improve your skills in the field of biomedicine, Emagister.com provides the master's degree in Integrative Physiology, a course taught by the Universitat de Barcelona. You will be trained to professionally carry out research in the field of biology.

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Barcelona
Barcelona, Spain
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Frequent Asked Questions

· What are the objectives of this course?

The Master is focussed on scientific research, you will discover experimental models in physiology and you will become initiated in the research and design process of a project. You will be trained in molecular physiology, in endocrinology, neurophysiology and physiology of exercise. You will discover methods for performing experiment tasks, you will discover protocols for action and current legislation, and you will learn how to apply new technologies for scientific research.

· Who is it intended for?

The Master is targeted at professionalsin the sector of sciences, experimental sciences or research who would like to acquire quality training in the physiology. The course is in-person and lasts one academic year, you will have quality study materials and teachers with extensive experience in the sector.

· Requirements

Official bachelor's degree or equivalent in Life Sciences, Experimental Sciences, Science of Physical Activity and Sport, Health Sciences, as well as engineers and professionals in education and the public administration who are interested in a high-quality and up-to-date course in Physiology.

What you'll learn on the course

Integrative medicine
Physiology
Medicine at work
Endocrinology
Animal reproduction
Animal Experimentation
Methodology in physiology
Advanced Research
Molecular Physiology
Advanced endocrinology
Physiology of reproduction
Neurophysiology
Physiology of exercise
Physiology of altitude
Oxidative stress
Legislation for the use of animals in experimentation

Course programme

Modules and subjects: Research guidance

Module 1: 10 mandatory credits common to the master's degree: Methodology in Physiology
  • Experimental models in physiology - 5 credits.
  • Information technologies in physiology: applications and perspectives - 5 credits.
Module 2: Research work placement 30 mandatory credits
  • Initiation in advanced research - 10 credits.
  • Research thesis and project defence - 20 credits.
Module 3: research option 20 credits: adaptative physiology
  • Current aspects of molecular physiology - 5 credits.
  • Advanced endocrinology - 5 credits.
  • Physiology of reproduction – 2.5 credits.
  • Neurophysiology – 2.5 credits.
  • Use of animals for experiments: methodology and legislation - 5 credits.
  • Physiology of exercise - 5 credits.
  • Physiology of altitude - 5 credits.
  • Perspectives for research into hypoxia – 2.5 credits.
  • Physiological bases of oxidative stress - 5 credits.
  • Experimental models in oxidative stress – 2.5 credits.

Modules and subjects: academic guidance

Module 1: 10 mandatory credits common to the master's degree: Methodology in Physiology
  • Experimental models in physiology - 5 credits.
  • Information technologies in physiology: applications and perspectives - 5 credits.
Module 4: final bibliographical task 15 mandatory credits
  • Introduction to research - 5 credits.
  • Bibliographical research work - 2.5 credits.
Module 5: optional academic guidance 15 credits: advanced physiology
  • Current aspects of molecular physiology - 5 credits.
  • Advanced endocrinology – 5 credits.
  • Physiology of reproduction – 2.5 credits.
  • Neurophysiology – 2.5 credits.
  • Use of animals for experiments: methodology and legislation - 5 credits.
Module 6: optional academic guidance 20 credits: Physiology of exercise, hipoxia and oxidative stress
  • Physiology of exercise - 5 credits.
  • Physiology of altitude - 5 credits.
  • Perspectives for research into hypoxia – 2.5 credits.
  • Physiological bases of oxidative stress - 5 credits.
  • Experimental models in oxidative stress – 2.5 credits.
  • Use of animals for experimentation: methodology and legislation - 5 credits.

Additional information

The price of the master's degree for foreigners who are not resident in Spain, who are not nationals from European Union member countries, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Switzerland or Andorra is €82 per ECT credit. 2013-2014 Academic Year.

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