Master’s degree courses

LM47 – Sports Management (MSc) – 120 ECTS
100 Places (2 positions reserved for extra-EU candidates)

The course has two different curricula:

Curriculum 1: Management
Curriculum 2: Legal Administrative management

The Master’s Degree in Sports Management is designed to integrate knowledge acquired in the 3-year Bachelor course with business, legal and psycho-sociological studies. The chief aim is to meet the sports sector demand for professionals trained in business management who will be able to understand the current needs of the sports industry and have enough insight to introduce Innovation into the management and organization of future commercial sports enterprises.

Curriculum 1: Management

Year – 1 (LM47)

  • Sport Law (6 ECTS)
  • Business Administration and Quantitative Methods (19 ECTS)
  • Health Planning and Communication in Physical Activity (9 ECTS)
  • Theory and Organization in Sport and Physical Activity (8 ECTS)
  • Organizational Psychology (6 ECTS)
  • Elective Courses (8 ECTS)
  • Business English (6 ECTS)

 

Year – 2 (LM47)

  • Hygiene and Safety in Sport Facilities (4 ECTS)
  • Sociology and Learning in Sport Organisation (9 ECTS)
  • Corporate Strategy and Management of Sports Organisation (15 ECTS)
  • Information and Communication Law (6 ECTS)
  • Administrative Law (8 ECTS)
  • Sport and Private Law (6 ECTS)
  • Internship (4 ECTS)

 

Curriculum 2: Legal Administrative Management

Year – 1 (LM47)

  • Sport Law (6 ECTS)
  • Business Administration and Quantitative Methods (19 ECTS)
  • Health Planning and Communication in Physical Activity (9 ECTS)
  • Theory and Organization in Sport and Physical Activity (8 ECTS)
  • Organizational Psychology (6 ECTS)
  • Elective Courses (8 ECTS)
  • Business English (6 ECTS)

 

Year – 2 (LM47)

  • Administrative Law (8 ECTS)
  • Sport and Private Law (6 ECTS)
  • Sport Justice and State Jurisdiction (10 ECTS)
  • Labor Law (6 ECTS)
  • Sport Marketing (8 ECTS)
  • Taxation and Business Law (10 ECTS)
  • Internship (4 ECTS)
  • Thesis (6 ECTS)

 

LM67 – Preventive and Adapted Physical Activity (MSc) – 120 ECTS
65 Places (3 positions reserved for extra-EU candidates)

The Master’s Degree Course in Preventive and Adapted Physical Activity aims to integrate students’ basic bio-medical, psycho-pedagogic, legal and economic knowledge with the core content of sport and movement sciences. The course is designed principally to provide highly specialized vocational training in planning, applying and managing physical activity adapted for different age groups, genders and subjects with disability. This specific field includes studying ways of applying sport and movement sciences for the prevention of illness and the promotion of wellbeing and a healthy lifestyle

Year – 1

  • Biological Adaptations to Exercise (12 ECTS)
  • Physical Activity for Health and Fitness (10 ECTS)
  • Physical Activity for Children, Adolescences and Older Adults (10 ECTS)
  • Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Adapted Physical Activities (10 ECTS)
  • Methods and Techniques for Functional Evaluations and Motor Capability
  • Research Methodology (11 ECTS)
  • Information Technology (1 ECTS)
  • English (2 ECTS)
  • Elective Course (4 ECTS)

 

Year – 2

  • Physical Activity for Special Population (10 ECTS)
  • Pedagogy and Psychology of Physical Activity (12 ECTS)
  • Posture, Traumatology and Neuromotor Rehabilitation (10 ECTS)
  • Sociological Issues of Preventive Medicine, Epidemiology and Health Education
  • (11 ECTS)
  • Elective Course (4 ECTS)
  • Internship (8 ECTS)
  • Thesis (6 ECTS)

 

LM67INT – Health and Physical Activity (MSc) – 120 ECTS
38 places (7 positions reserved for extra-EU candidates)

The course is an European Master of Science, coordinated by the University of Rome “Foro Italico” and in partnership with the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences in Oslo (NOR), the University of Vienna (AUT), the University of Southern Denmark in Odense (DEN) and the German Sport University in Cologne (GER), aims to foster the convergence of European University systems and to create a European Higher Education zone. It meets the need to develop university programs of an international nature that include periods of study in other countries and provide excellent training for professional careers or research in the sports field. Master graduates in Health and Physical Activity will integrate their knowledge of movement sciences with biomedical, psycho-pedagogic and sociological studies to adapt and apply sport sciences in prevention and rehabilitation programs designed for subjects of different ages and physical conditions.

Year – 1

  • Biomedical Issues in Health and Exercise (15 ECTS)
  • Changing Behavior Towards a Lifelong Healthy Lifestyle: From Childhood to Adulthoods (15 ECTS)
  • Movement Therapy and Physical Activity for Elderly and Special Population (15 ECTS)
  • Research Methodology (15 ECTS)

Each module consists in 3 Intensive Week

Year – 2

  • Specialized Teaching & Internship on Physical Activity in Disease
  • Prevention and Rehabilitation (30 ECTS)
  • Thesis (30 ECTS)

 

LM68 – Sport Sciences and Techniques (MSc) – 120 ECTS
60 Places (3 positions reserved for extra-EU candidates)

The aim of this Master is to integrate the graduate’s basic biological, psycho-pedagogic, legal and economic knowledge with the core content of sport and movement sciences. Further specific competences will be developed through specific practical training activities. The course is designed principally to meet the need for highly qualified professionals in the technique and research in the fields of the sports activities. These professionals will be able to use new sports materials and equipment; manage and organize top-level professional teams and high-performance athletes during national and international competitions; coordinate coaches and/or instructors; and organize, manage and promote sports events. Students will have the opportunity to attend lectures by top-level experts from national federations, gain experience in federal sports centers and sports clubs, and take part in stages in other countries.

Year – 1 (LM68)

  • Functional Anatomy and Sport Traumatology (10 ECTS)
  • Biology and Biochemistry Applied to Sport (9 ECTS)
  • Exercise Physiology and Sport Biomechanics (10 ECTS)
  • Organization and Evaluation of Training and Principles of Olympism (12 ECTS)
  • Psychology and Pedagogy of Sport (12 ECTS)
  • Team Sports 1, Water Sports 1, Combat Sports 1 and Individual Sports 1 (9 ECTS each)
  • Elective Courses (8 ECTS)

 

Year – 2 (LM68)

  • Endocrinology and Sport Medicine (12 ECTS)
  • Sport laws And Health Safety (8 ECTS)
  • Individual Sports 2 and Team Sports 2 (9 ECTS each)
  • Physical Performance and Recovery of Injured Athlete (8 ECTS)
  • Internship (7 ECTS)
  • Thesis (6 ECTS)

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