Master's degree

 

Study programmes

The master's field in which this study programme integrates is the Science of Sports and Physical Education, and the duration of studies is 2 years (120 ECTS credits). Master's students acquire theoretical and applied competences in the field of psychomotor skills in order to improve the quality of life and streamline professional activities, improve their interdisciplinary assessment and investigation skills to enhance research in the psychomotor area. Completion of this study programme enables graduates to approach several professions in the fundamental field of Sports Science and Physical Education.

 

Perspectives after graduation: Researcher in Physical Education and Sports, School Inspector for Continuing Education, Education Counsellor, Education Expert, Pedagogy Research Assistant, Youth Counsellor, School Inspector for Educational Projects, Coaching Specialist, Sports Counsellor, Evaluator projects.

 

Study programme coordinator - Lecturer Dr. Ioan TOHĂNEAN

 

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The field of study in which this master’s degree program integrates is Science of Sports and Physical Education. The duration of studies is 2 years (120 ECTS credits). Students acquire skills and competencies to optimize sports performance, to manage the effort according to the specific training factors of groups of disciplines and sports with different weights and to plan performance indicators. The master’s programme is focused on the vocational component, offering the graduate multiple possibilities of professional manifestation in high performance sports.

 

Perspectives after graduation: teacher - coach in school sports clubs and sports associations; teacher - coach in sports clubs under private law; physical trainer - civil servant in specific local and central administrative structures; manager in specialized units (state and private law); sports advisor, sports impresario;

 

Study programme coordinator - Prof. Dr. Răzvan ENOIU

 

Curriculum

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Acquired skills and abilities:

  • to develop theoretical-applicative skills for carrying out health prevention and recovery activities;
  • to apply the accumulated information, in order to carry out intervention programmes adapted to the age categories, health status and degree of functional disorders diagnosed;
  • to develop kinetotherapeutic action, prevention or recovery abilities (as the case may be), as well as communication techniques appropriate to the patient’s health.

Brief description of the study programme:

The programme deepens the specialized knowledge acquired in the field of “Kinetic Therapy and Special Motricity” and contributes to the formation of advanced professional skills, providing the graduate with specific instruments to act on the patient, as well as with means to prevent motor degeneration of the functional type, given by his lifestyle or hereditary predispositions.

Perspectives after graduation:

  • Further studies in the fundamental field “Science of sport and physical education”, through cycle III - doctoral studies.
  • Possible occupations: 226405 kinetotherapist; 226406 teacher of medical physical culture

 

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Study Programme Coordinator: Lect. Dr. Florentina Nechita

Acquired skills and abilities:

  • to develop theoretical-methodical competences in the relevant field of specialization and to adequately interpret the curricular requirements formulated at national level by its components, according to the levels of pre-university/ university education at which the teaching-learning-evaluation activity is performed;
  • to apply the acquired knowledge to the didactic approach in an intra-, inter- and transdisciplinary way;
  • to develop capacities for integral pedagogical action on the personality of the practitioner of formal motor activities.

Brief description of the study programme:

  • The program deepens the specialized knowledge acquired in the bachelor’ degree “Physical Education and Sport” and contributes to the formation of advanced professional skills, offering the graduate integrated teaching technologies, compatible with the his/her meeting the requirements of a subject-centered education.

Perspectives after graduation:

  • Further studies in the fundamental field “Science of sport and physical education”, through cycle III - doctoral studies.
  • Possible occupations: 233001 teacher in high school, post-high school education; 235104 education expert; 235105 school inspector; 235106 referent specialized in education; 342217 organizer of sporting events; 342302 fitness instructor; 342304 aerobics instructor - fitness; 342305 physical education instructor.

Study Programme Coordinator: Prof. Dr. Balint Lorand

 

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