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A BA (Bachelor of Arts) is an undergraduate degree that often prepares students for a career. Programs can be found at universities and colleges all over the world, and most degrees can be earned in three to five years.

What is a BA in Health? This program is designed for students who want to work in the health care system. Every program will vary and focus on different areas of health. Many programs will offer a general program that will introduce students to different aspects of health care, and then students can choose to specialize in a certain area. Depending on the school, topics may include pre-med, nursing, health care management, health and disease research, public health, medical technology, and sports physiology.

Students who pursue a degree in health benefit in that they learn about a variety of aspects of the human body and how things work. The health field is also growing and will always be a good area in which to find a job.

The tuition and fees required for a health degree will vary quite a bit from one place to another. Factors involved include the location of the school and specific program. Contacting the school is the best way to find out financial obligations.

Graduates with a BA in Health have a variety of careers that they can choose from, depending on what they studied. Careers may involve working with patients or they may be in administration or a research lab setting. Examples of positions are nurse, dietitian, sports trainer, healthcare administrator, laboratory technician, biologist, or physician assistant. Some graduates choose to continue their education and earn a master’s or doctorate degree in their area of study, which increases the career options.

 

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Ba International Emergency And Disaster Relief

Akkon Hochschule der Humanwissenschaften
Campus Full time 6 semesters October 2017 Germany Berlin

In recent years, the organizations were in humanitarian aid increasingly facing major challenges. Alone the humanitarian disasters in Pakistan and Haiti, fully corrected the famine in East Africa show how much people are dependent on humanitarian aid. [+]

BA 2017. International Emergency and Catastrophe Relief In recent years, the organizations were in humanitarian aid increasingly facing major challenges. Alone the humanitarian disasters in Pakistan and Haiti, fully corrected the famine in East Africa show how much people are dependent on humanitarian aid. However, the disaster also show that a unified management and working structure is a prerequisite in order to optimize the assistance. Humanitarian aid calls due to limited human and financial capacity to "all-rounders". If possible, broadly trained practitioners are to be made available to the respective organizations available to achieve through the effective use of resources for maximum success of humanitarian operations. "Good Practice" is the key word in the design of such "practical". Countries that are requesting help and accept are the various organizations set against increasingly skeptical. So many projects are terminated prematurely due to insufficient financial evidence of similar problems. Here specially trained personnel is required. A further qualification by appropriate Masters courses that deepen those territories and provide specialized knowledge is possible. study objectives Emergency and disaster relief is an interdisciplinary capped degree program. "Good Practice" is the key word in the design of such "practical". Medical, technical and administrative challenges need to be addressed by a relatively small staff base. Therefore, the humanitarian assistance required due to the limited human and financial capacity to "all-rounders". With the bachelor's degree program you will learn to use and to guide the standards of humanitarian assistance. You can move in international, intercultural environment and communicate, moreover analyze existing hazards and assess and protect the population from threats. You will learn, run by other organizations, in particular under UN or EU guide to work purposeful and constructive. Facts beginning: October 1 (for each winter semester) Duration of studyFull Time 6 Semester cost example: Full-time 390,00 Euro per month financingEg student loans, KfW Student Loan, DKBStudienkredit, scholarships. We are happy to help! Graduation: Bachelor of Arts (BA) access: College admission or authorization on a least two years of vocational training and then three years of full-time job in a field relevant to the study area.. Application: Online application via the website Motivation letter CV and a digital passport photograph Certificates (certified) Proof of previous activities (certified) Acre The Acre College of Human Sciences is a nationally recognized private university based in Berlin. The undergraduate programs are health education, Gesundheitsund Care Management and International emergency and disaster aid offered in Emergency Practitioner. Small seminar groups, practical projects and professional and personal service characterize the study. Our students come from different organizations or companies of health care and other relevant areas. profile In the study course knowledge is provided in humanitarian aid and development cooperation. Based on the theoretical knowledge there is a hands-on training in the relevant sociality Lund political science and medical, logistics and administration. In Fachpraktikum contact practice with potential employers in contact. Your career opportunities With the bachelor's degree program receive the academic, internationally recognized Bachelor of Arts and have the right to access to a master's program. Your career opportunities include: Project coordination in NGOs Studies or research abroad Medical coordination safety advice logistics Organizational and business consulting Study modules and content It will be awarded in accordance with ECTS * 180 credit points (cp). A cp corresponds to a workload of 30 hours. The course is divided into two phases of studies and 25 modules. Study Phase I, inter alia in: Development policy and cooperation Basics International Law Emergency and Disaster Psychology Basics Emergency Medicine Intercultural understanding Safety and Security Phase II study, inter alia in: Basics of Business Administration Health Systems Analysis International Medicine (I and II) Communications / Media Project Management and Fundraising internship Bachelor thesis The contact to the teachers hold in addition to the presence phases by the latest technology, inter alia via the Virtual Classroom. The study forms and duration The study is available for beginners or experienced professionals in full-time in 6 semesters. Our partners are: Medical Mission Institute Würzburg, Koch-Mechnikov Forum, Berlin, Academy for Global Health Tübingen, Würzburg and Heidelberg. By restoring the balance in attendance time, self-study and e-learning arises for a flexible form of learning. [-]

Bachelor Health Management

IUBH Fernstudium
Online Full time Part time 6 - 12 semesters Open Enrollment Germany Bad Honnef + 1 more

The Bachelor Degree in Health Management (BA) in distance learning IUBH prepares you with an ideal blend of business studies and expert healthcare optimally for leadership responsibilities in healthcare facilities. [+]

Bachelor Health Management The Bachelor Degree in Health Management (BA) in distance learning IUBH prepares you with an ideal blend of business studies and expert healthcare optimally for leadership responsibilities in healthcare facilities. We place special emphasis on maximum flexibility, excellent quality, a strong practical orientation and an array of services and innovations that will make you the part-time studying easier. Our tutors are also out at any time as a contact person, so that in your study everything runs smoothly. All students who enroll, will also receive an iPad Mini Retina *. Thus you have your scripts, instructional videos, and podcasts always. * Action dependent on the period, see www.iubh-fernstudium.de/iPad Facts about the distance learning Bachelor (BA) Health Management Degree: Bachelor of Arts (BA) Duration of study: either 6, 8 or 12 semesters Language: German CREDITS: 180 ECTS TESTS: 4-6 exams per semester, store at 30 study centers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland or worldwide through 130 Goethe Institutes SAMPLE PROGRAM: free 4 week trial EXTENSION: free of charge ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: (technical) high school or completed master's certificate or a minimum 2-year training program with 3 years of professional experience. ACCREDITATION: FIBAA, ZFU (registration number 158514) STUDY START: at any time Future prospects for future health managers Career Bachelor GesundheitsmanagementDer healthcare market with a market share of about 10%, especially job creator, an innovator and a major export. He is now a rapidly growing field, not only for classical medical professions. The high demand for qualified specialists and managers with a business background to provide the degree Bachelor in Health Management (BA) in distance learning IUBH excellent prospects in an exciting environment, eg in hospitals, rehabilitation clinics, nursing homes, pharmacies, fitness and spa facilities and many more. admission prerequisites for studying The distance learning Bachelor (BA) Health Management is basically open admission. From your side of only one university admission is thus required for enrollment. Studying with (specialized) Abitur As an applicant with a university entrance qualification (Abitur) or technical college (technical high school) you can enter immediately and without examination in the Bachelor studies at the IUBH. Studying without Abitur Even without (technical) high school is an entry possible if you bring the following experience: An at least two years of vocational training and at least three years of professional experience. Also a master's certificate or a career advancement (z. B. as IHK Fachwirt / in) entitle the holder to study start. trial Course A sample program (which is not to be confused with the free four-week trial study for all students) is necessary! Do you know high school does not have a (professional) and your education / occupation has no business background, or the focus of your training / professional activity not specifically apply to one of our undergraduate programs. That would be the case if you had trained as a chef, mechanic or educators. If this training has to be at least two years and you furthermore verfügst over three years' experience, an entry by sample study in the Bachelor's degree program of your choice is possible. This includes the first three semesters of study and ends automatically when this time two-thirds of the planned courses or Modules are successfully completed. You study then continues regularly. Details concerning the authorization Feel free to refer to our study examination regulations. Or, even better, you set yourself with our study counseling in conjunction, the like described you the possibilities of studying without school. [-]

Bachelor of Arts in Health and Social Care (Management)

Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Malta Paola

The degree programme provides students with the managerial competences which are required for those who intend to manage care settings and to be involved in the social policy field. [+]

BA 2017. Course Description The degree programme provides students with the managerial competences which are required for those who intend to manage care settings and to be involved in the social policy field. As part of your training, you will be able to participate in work placements under the supervision of experienced managers in related settings. Those who apply for this course would normally have worked in voluntary organisations or would have had various work placements and would have experienced practice in various health and social care settings. In this course, learners will have the opportunity to practise managerial skills in different care settings. Research in this area is a key focal issue and students shall be expected to develop analytical skills and learn how to create tailor-made research programmes. Assessment The course will be assessed as follows: The course is mainly assessed by home-based assignments, time constrained in class assignments, examinations and a work placement. Programme Learning Outcomes Conduct research in relation to health and social care management topics Administrate and manage a care setting/programme Maintain health and safety standards in health and social care settings Ensure quality in health and social care settings Evaluate current social policy and related issues. Core Study Units Entrepreneurship Research Methodology and Dissertation Operations and Service Management Ethical Issues and Decision Making Issues with Different Client Groups Human Resource Management and Leadership Law and Social Policy Quality Assurance in Health and Social Care Placements in a Health and Social Care Managerial Environment Entry Requirements MCAST-BTEC Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care (Social Care) or MCAST-BTEC Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care (Health Studies) or MCAST-BTEC Extended Diploma in Applied Science or MCAST Diploma for Dental Surgery Assistants or MCAST Diploma for Pharmacy Technicians or 2 A-Level passes and 2 I-Level passes and SEC/O-Level Pass in English Language Preferred (A-Level or I-Level): Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Sociology, Psychology, Human Ecology, Accounts, Economics Career Opportunities Posts in management and administration in the care sector. [-]

BA Health Promotion: Global Health and Health Disparities

University Of Northern Iowa
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Cedar Falls

Health Promotion and Health Education is an exciting, growing career field! The Health Promotion academic program has been a pioneer program in Iowa. [+]

Majors: Health Promotion: Global Health and Health Disparities, B.A. Health Promotion: Health and Fitness Promotion, B.A. Health Promotion: Science Intensive: Environmental Health, B.A. Health Promotion: Women's Health, B.A. CAREERS: Health Promotion and Health Education is an exciting, growing career field! The Health Promotion academic program has been a pioneer program in Iowa. UNI has been and continues to be the leader in the preparation of health education teachers for public school classrooms at all levels (through the Health Education Minor) Through the BA in Health Promotion, it extends this effort beyond the school and into the community. Careers for our graduates are now found in local, state, and federal agencies, private business and educational institutions at all levels. The U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) defines health educators as those who promote, maintain, and improve individual and community health by assisting individuals and communities to adopt healthy behaviors, collect and analyze data to identify community needs prior to planning, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating programs designed to encourage healthy lifestyles, policies and environments. They may also serve as a resource to assist individuals, other professionals, or the community, and may administer fiscal resources for health education programs. A bachelor’s degree is required for entry-level positions. Advancement in the field can be further assured by obtaining professional certifications. Further, some employers may require additional certifications such as the Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) or Certified Environmental Health Specialist (CEHS) credential credentialing, exams which students can text for once they complete their BA degree. Growth in the job market is projected to be well above average when compared to other health related career options by the BLS. Customary entry-level employment sites for health promotion specialists include: Voluntary health agencies (American Heart Association, American Cancer Society) Hospitals Corporate wellness centers Federal, state and county government health departments YMCAs, YWCAs Commercial fitness centers Women’s health centers University wellness centers Recent graduates have found employment with a variety of agencies, including: National Council on Alcoholism, Des Moines Principal Financial Group, Des Moines Dubuque Family YMCA Motorola Corporate Wellness, Phoenix, Arizona Northern Trust Savings Fitness Center, Chicago UNIQUE FEATURES: Outstanding teaching faculty who have won many teaching awards and are known nationally and internationally for contributions to the field Development of a student portfolio More than 100 hours of field experience prior to student teaching, including a full-day, week-long participation experience while studying teaching methods A variety of student teaching sites including 10 centers in Iowa, plus Omaha, San Antonio and international student teaching opportunities Nationally recognized Minorities in Teaching program, designed to encourage minority students as young sixth grade to pursue teaching as a career A teacher education induction convocation to honor students admitted to teacher education Kappa Delta Pi education honorary for students with cumulative grade point averages above 3.25 SCHOLARSHIPS & AWARDS: Full tuition College of Education scholarships available to incoming freshmen include the Teacher Education Scholarship for Iowa residents; nearly 20 other scholarships are available in varying amounts. [-]

BA in Health Management

bbw University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 4 years October 2017 Germany Berlin + 1 more

In the last few years, the health services sector has become Germany's biggest employer. It is projected that between 200,000 and 400,000 new jobs will be created in this industry by 2030, many of these in the private health sector. [+]

BA in Health ManagementIn the last few years, the health services sector has become Germany's biggest employer. It is projected that between 200,000 and 400,000 new jobs will be created in this industry by 2030, many of these in the private health sector. Where in the past medical diagnosis and treatment was the focus, today financial and legal factors are a routine part of daily practice. The internationally recognized Bachelor of Arts qualification in health management enables the acquired knowledge to be combined with professional and practical experience that qualify for demanding positions e.g. for the management of hospitals and clinics. In future, health sector employees will increasingly require business management expertise in addition to medical knowledge.The bbw University of Applied Sciences is a partner of the "Research for our Health” initiative from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research for the fiscal year 2011.StructureLength of full time course:3 years, i.e. 6 semesters or 1,800 hours For full-time courses approx.6 weeks holiday per year are incorporated.Course hours: 8:30 am - 5:30 pmPart time/extra-occupational course:4 years, i.e. 8 semesters or 1,800 hours The part-time program, for students also currently employed/in vocational training, takes place two evenings a week from 6:00 to 9:15 pm and on two Saturdays per month from 8:30 am to 3:45 pm.Course begin:The full-time course begins April 1 and October 1 of each year, while the part-time program begins March 1 and September 1.In the first year of the program, the Basic Studies deliver a fundamental skill base as well as the basic principles of economics, law, and Business English. Here the focus is placed on orientation, theory of cognition, and personal development, in order that orientation and optimum study methods are quickly achieved.The Special Studies comprise of a special focus on the health industry. In contrast to other courses available to date, the content of this course focuses more strongly on the occupational field and orientation on the industry. The specialized course is supplemented by subprojects, industry-related project work in companies and is concluded with a semester thesis.The project-based Applied Studies stay abreast of growing internationalization. The lectures are partly held in English and each concludes with case studies. The application-based curriculum is rounded off with current management themes, relating to international business and management as well as ethical issues. All exams are in accompaniment to the course and assessed in accordance with the ECTS (European Credit Transfer System). The Bachelor's program is concluded with a business-related Bachelor thesis, which should ideally follow up on the consulting work prepared during the Specialized course.... [-]


Bachelor in Health & Human Studies

Bay Path University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Longmeadow

Prepare for a career that is focused on helping people. Major in Health & Human Studies while earning a BA in Liberal Studies. [+]

Prepare for a career that is focused on helping people. Major in Health & Human Studies while earning a BA in Liberal Studies. Why Health & Human Studies at Bay Path University? In the Health & Human Studies major, students take core courses that provide a background in physical and mental health, ethics, communication and data management. Students then select additional courses that enable them to pursue individual interests within the major. You are an important bridge between clients and health and human services organizations. The work settings are varied, but the areas you will be called upon to offer your expertise include primary healthcare, mental illness, elderly services, and even rehabilitation facilities. In your day-to-day experiences, with your co-workers you will share a mission of compassion and care. As a Health & Human Studies major, you will: Explore the fundamentals of psychology, sociology and anatomy and physiology Gain an understanding of child, adolescent and adult development Develop research skills Study social policy as it relates to health and human services Choose from in-depth courses in three areas of concentration: children and families, mental health and physical health Health & Human Studies Careers After Bay Path The Health & Human Studies major prepares students to help people through careers in health services, social services and similar organizations. SOCIAL WORKER PSYCHOLOGIST FAMILY COUNSELOR EARLY INTERVENTION TEACHER HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SPECIALIST [-]

BA in Health Arts & Sciences

Goddard College
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 USA Plainfield

The Bachelor of Arts in Health Arts & Sciences supports a holistic, interdisciplinary and integrative exploration of health, healing and well-being within an inspiring community of peers and advisors. Students who pursue their studies in the health arts and sciences want to make a difference at the personal, community, environmental or global level through activism, advocacy, the arts, coaching... [+]

BA 2017. BA in Health Arts & Sciences The Bachelor of Arts in Health Arts & Sciences supports a holistic, interdisciplinary and integrative exploration of health, healing and well-being within an inspiring community of peers and advisors. Students who pursue their studies in the health arts and sciences want to make a difference at the personal, community, environmental or global level through activism, advocacy, the arts, coaching, research, policy development, health education, prevention programs, alternative health promotion and practices and visionary ideas for biomedical, alternative, educational, organizational, and community-based settings. Rooted in each student’s unique passion and learning style, studies can combine direct action, rich contemplation, rigorous scholarship, creative projects and experiential learning. The end result is a meaningful, productive and often, deeply transformative process that supports present and future work for personal, community, and social well-being. Areas of Study You will work with your advisors to create your unique curriculum. Current and past students have studied topics and areas including: Birthing Practices Cross-Cultural Healing Modalities (Ayurveda, Chinese Medicine, and others) Death and Dying Expressive Arts and Healing (plus Arts-informed Research, Narrative Medicine) Food and Nutrition, Herbalism and Ecological Medicine Health Coaching Health Education (Materials, Outreach, CHES Competencies) Integrative Medicine LGBTQ Health People of Color Health Public Health (Community, Global, Environmental, Occupational) Social Medicine (Justice, Inclusion, Healthcare Access, Disparities, and Inequities) Somatics/Embodied Practices (Yoga, Movement, Tai Chi, Theatre of the Oppressed, Therapeutic Body Work) Spirituality, Ritual, and Healing Trauma Studies Women’s Health Residency At the start of the semester, students attend an intensive eight-day residency in Vermont, followed by 16 weeks of independent work and self-reflection in close collaboration with a faculty advisor. Goddard pioneered this format nearly a half century ago to meet the needs of adult students with professional, family, and other obligations seeking learning experiences grounded in the real-world. Residencies are a time to explore, network, learn, witness, and share with peers, staff, and faculty. Students work with advisors and peers in close-knit advising groups to forge individualized study plans that describe their learning objectives for the semester. Working closely with their faculty advisors, and supported by fellow learners, students identify areas of study, personal goals, relevant resources, and avenues to achieve these goals. Students also attend and are invited to help organize workshops, keynote addresses, celebrations and other events intended to stimulate, inspire, and challenge. This low-residency model combines the breadth of a collaborative community with the focus of personalized learning, enhanced by insightful exchanges with a faculty mentor. Work of the Semester During the semester, students send faculty advisors “packets” of work that vary in content but typically contain diverse forms of learning, including study journals, annotations, research papers, creative writing, samples of artwork, autobiographical and process reflections, and audio/video production. A detailed response from the advisor is both supportive and challenging, engaging in the learning the student presents and suggesting resources and strategies for the next packet. The advisor also addresses the packet in the context of the student’s semester goals and their progress toward fulfilling degree requirements. Over the semester, the exchanges between student and advisor create a dialogue that is exceptionally in-depth and meaningful. Students often describe these exchanges as transformative and empowering. At the end of the semester, students and advisors write comprehensive evaluations of the student’s learning. Degree Requirements Students graduating with a HAS BA will have successfully accomplished the following five program degree criteria: Health Philosophy by clearly articulated your own health philosophy in relationship to multiple cultural views and critically evaluated your own values, biases, ethics, and orientation to health. Community Health Practices/Modalities by exploring at least one health-promoting modality and its application to the well-being of particular location or population. Life Sciences by identifying and examining fields and science- based studies fundamental to your inquiry and being able to transmit your science-based knowledge to others. Broader Context of Health by demonstrating an understanding of, and capacity to, evaluate the social and ecological context of your study by looking through such lenses as social ideologies, structures and norms; contemporary and historical, political influences, systems and economies; theories or and changes, and ecological settings or conditions, etc. Self-Care, Resilience and Renewal by recognizing the nested locations of well-being (from the pint of the self and beyond) and engaging in reflective and active participation in your own wellness processes. Admission Criteria The Bachelor of Arts in Health Arts & Sciences is an upper-division undergraduate degree open to students who have previously completed 60 semester credits. Students may complete their first and second year of study in Goddard’s Individualized Studies track, or transfer up to 75 transferable semester-hour transfer credits from another institution. [-]

B.A. in Kinesiology and Exercise Sciences

University of Hawaii, Hilo
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Hilo

The KES program provides students with a diverse range of high quality instruction and opportunities within the areas of health, physical education, recreation, and the exercise sciences. [+]

B.A. in Kinesiology and Exercise Sciences The KES program provides students with a diverse range of high quality instruction and opportunities within the areas of health, physical education, recreation, and the exercise sciences. Furthermore, activity courses provides individuals with exposure to a variety of physical activities and opportunities to enhance their overall well being. Lecture type courses provide introductory and advanced preparation for the fields of education, management and/or coaching, health promotion, and the exercise sciences with include sport psychology, athletic training, physical therapy and exercise physiology. Goals for Student Learning in the Major A student who completes the Kinesiology and Exercise Sciences degree program will be able to: Participate in basic physical and recreational activities. Identify the fundamental anatomical functions, the physiological mechanisms, and the biomechanical concepts involved with human movement and human performance. Apply for acceptance into the Teacher Education Program with the desire to become a Secondary Health and Physical Education teacher. Apply for acceptance into graduate school in the areas of the exercise sciences, health, medical school, physical therapy programs, and athletic training programs. Able to provide care and expertise within the area of health. Identify and understand the various health issues within our society, especially those encountered by elementary and secondary school students. B.A. in Kinesiology and Exercise Sciences Requirements Group 1. General Education Basic, Area, and Integrative Requirements in effect Fall 2011 Students may choose to graduate under the General Education Basic, Area, and Integrative requirements and graduation requirements in force at the time they entered the UH System, when they entered UH Hilo, or when they graduate, provided there is no break in enrollment. Students should meet with their academic advisor to ensure that they enroll in courses that will enable them to meet these requirements as well as requirements for the major and for graduation. Some courses may meet both General Education requirements and major requirements. The new GE basic, core, and integrative requirements and lists of certified courses are posted on the General Education website. Group 2. Major Requirements Core Requirements for all three tracks (20 credits) KES Activities courses (two 1 credit courses of choice; all activities courses are 100-level, one credit courses.) KES 202 Health Promotion (3) KES 206 Basic Human Movement (3) KES 207 Basic Human Nutrition (3) or NURS 375 Applied Human Nutrition (3) KES 209 Data and Stats in Kinesiology (3) or MATH 121 Intro Stats & Prob (3), PSY 213 Statistical Techniques (4), SOC 280 Statistical Reasoning (3) KES 260 Exercise Science Anat & Phys I (3) or BIOL 243 Human Anatomy & Physiology I (3) KES 261 Exercise Science Anat & Phy II (3) or BIOL 244 Human Anatomy & Physiology II (3) Choose one of the following three tracks 1.KESE: Kinesiology and Exercise Track (38 credits) a. Choose three courses – 9 credits from the following: KES 208 Elementary Tests & Measurement (3) KES 302 Sport & Spirituality (3) KES 306 Advanced Human Movement (3) KES 308 Science Behind Trng Athletes (3) KES 310 Basic Motor Learning (3) KES 330 Applied Motor Learning (3) KES 370 Sport Psychology (3) KES 380 Applied Sport Psychology (3) KES 443 Adapted Physical Education (3) b. And three additional KES courses at the 300- or 400-level (9) 2.KESM: Sports Medicine and Therapy Track (38 credits) a. Choose three courses – 9 credits from the following: KES 234 Care & Prev Athletic Injuries (3) KES 334 Adv Care & Preventn Athltc Inj (3) KES 343 Musculoskeletal Anatomy (3) KES 344 Musculoskeletal Physiology (3) KES 348 Exercise Physiology (3) KES 440 Physiology of Aging (3) KES 470 Physical-Occupational Therapy (3) KES 480 Sports Medicine (3) NURS 348 Human Pathophysiology (3) b. And three additional KES courses at the 300- or 400-level (9) 3.KESH Health Promotion Track (38 credits) a. Required Courses for Health Promotion track: KES 250 Foundation of Public Health (3) KES 350 Health Promotion Prog Planning (3) KES 450 Health Promotion Practicum (3) b. In addition choose three courses (9 credits), from any KES courses at the 300- or 400-level or from the following courses in related fields: ANTH/WS 324 Culture, Sex And Gender (3) PSY/WS 325 Psychology Of Women (3) PSY 352 Introduction to Biopsychology (3) PSY 452 Drugs of Abuse (3) PSY 360 Cross-Cultural Psy (3) PSY 380 Health Psychology (3) NURS 359 Foundation of Health Promotion (3) NURS 360 Health Care Policy (3) NURS 372 Spirituality in Health Care (3) NURS 373 Gerontological Health Care (3) PHIL 355 Philosophy of Sport (3) PHIL 329 Environmental Ethics (3) PHIL 327 Bioethics (3) PHIL 316 Science, Technology & Society (3) SOC 310 Race & Ethnic Relations (3) SOC/WS 345 Human Populations (3) Total Semester Hours Required for the B.A. in Kinesiology and Exercise Sciences 120 credits required. Notes All courses in Group 2, Major Requirements, must be completed with a grade of “C-” or better except for two Activity Courses, BIOL 243 Human Anatomy & Physiology I (3), and BIOL 244 Human Anatomy & Physiology II (3). An overall GPA of 2.0 in the major is required. At least 45 credits must be earned at the 300- or 400-level. To earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Sciences, students must fulfill the requirements for the major and meet all of the University’s other baccalaureate degree requirements. Students wishing to make timely progress toward graduation are urged to pay careful attention to all degree requirements. In addition, when planning a schedule of courses, it is imperative to be aware of course prerequisites and the frequency with which courses are offered. This information is available in the course listings in this Catalog. To ensure progress toward degree completion, students are urged to meet with an advisor each semester before registering. 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BA (Hons) Health and Social Care

Nottingham Trent University School of Social Sciences - Undergraduate
Campus Full time Part time 3 years September 2017 United Kingdom Nottingham + 1 more

This exciting degree offers you the opportunity to develop a broad understanding of health and social care that includes a range of issues about living in communities and society. [+]

BA 2017. BA (Hons) Health and Social Care This exciting degree offers you the opportunity to develop a broad understanding of health and social care that includes a range of issues about living in communities and society. During the course you will be able to tailor your learning by specialising in key areas of health and social care and boost your career prospects by undertaking work-based learning. Why choose this course? Our students come from a variety of backgrounds, with a diverse range of experiences and qualifications. What they have in common is a wish to make a difference to people's lives. You can tailor your learning according to your interests with a wide selection of optional modules and you can also specialise in Criminal Justice, Guidance and Counselling, Health and Wellbeing, Policy and Leadership. You'll be able to incorporate work-based learning and volunteering into your studies to get a real sense of health and social care in practice. You'll be taught by an expert team of enthusiastic staff who are widely published within their field. We have excellent working relationships with a range of organisations such as local authorities, the Framework Housing Association and Skills for Care, which ensure the course is up-to-date and meets employers' needs. As part of your final year of study, you could get involved in a health promotion campaign held around the University, the aim of which is to raise awareness about a variety of health-related issues amongst the student population. What you'll study Health and social care is centrally concerned with well-being or the state of being or doing well in life, with being happy and healthy, and with the moral and physical welfare of a person, a family, a neighbourhood or community. Excellent work experience opportunities During the course you'lll have an opportunity to incorporate work experience into your academic studies through the Experience in Professional Practice and Working in Professional Practice modules. This experience will allow you to put theory into practice, enhance your understanding of relevant organisations and develop networks. Volunteering in a health and social care setting is also encouraged, both as a means of enhancing your academic studies and of building relevant experience. As part of your final year of study, you could get involved in a health promotion campaign held around the University, the aim of which is to raise awareness about a variety of health-related issues amongst the student population. How you’re taught To provide you with a first-class learning experience and to guarantee you have an opportunity to make the most of your time at university, you'll receive contact time through a diverse range of delivery methods. Structured teaching will be delivered through a combination of traditional lectures, seminars and workshops. The smaller group seminars and workshops provide opportunities to develop problem solving skills, group working, analysis, debating skills, presentation skills and discussion about a wide range of views. You'll also learn from real life observational exercises and self-assessment quizzes. Tutorials with staff As the relationship between students and tutors is an important one you can expect to have lots of direct contact and support through seminars and one-to-one tutorials. At these sessions you'll have the opportunity to: discuss and gain feedback about your work ask questions about the projects you're working on raise any difficulties you are experiencing relating to your work, personal circumstances or your university experience. Student mentors Student mentors from Years Two and Three provide first year students with an informal, friendly ear and are there to answer your questions and point you to appropriate sources of support. Transition workshops Transition workshops, held at the end of your first and second year support your move to the next level of study. They provide the opportunity for you to reflect on your learning, explore what will be expected of you at the next stage and gain information about the options available to you and make links between option choices and career planning. Independent study Independent study is an important part of this course. Throughout the three years of your course the scheduled contact hours you receive will gradually decrease as you develop the skills required to undertake an independent study or dissertation in your final year. You will still have regular contact with your tutors and if necessary ad hoc tutorials can be arranged. Virtual learning environment You'll also use our virtual learning environment, NOW which is a flexible web-based system that allows you to have 24-hour access to module learning materials and reading lists. It allows you to discuss work with tutors and other students, and submit coursework electronically from anywhere in the world. How will I be assessed? The majority of your work will be assessed through: Coursework based essays Reports Examinations Individual and group presentations Work experience portfolio A final year research-based dissertation. There will also be practical assessments, which will include: Group and individual presentations Video exercises Poster presentations IT based exercises. In response to student feedback the University have introduced a policy ensuring marked work is returned to you electronically within three weeks of submission. Learning from experts You'll be taught by enthusiastic, engaged and expert staff. The course draws upon their expertise, research interests and experience and many have also published textbooks in their specialist area of interest. In addition to the traditional lectures, tutorials and independent study you'll also hear and learn from renowned experts and professionals in related fields who are regularly invited to come and talk to our students providing you with an insight into their specialist knowledge and experiences. In the past health and social care students have heard from: Framework Housing Nottingham Drug / Alcohol Advisory Service Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS trust Nottingham City PCT Health Promotion Team Nottingham City Council Homelessness project. Learn a new language Alongside your study you also have the opportunity to learn a new language. The University Language Programme (ULP) is available to all students and gives you the option of learning a totally new language or improving the skills you already have. Learning a new language can: enhance your communication skills enrich your experience when travelling abroad boost your career prospects. We have excellent working relationships with a range of organisations such as local authorities, the Framework Housing Association and Skills for Care, which ensure the course is up-to-date and meets employers' needs. Careers and employability Health and Social Care services In professional terms, the organisations of Health and Social Care services are undergoing significant change, with new partnerships, new ways of working and the development of new practitioner roles offering challenges and opportunities for service providers and workers and this modern course is design to equip you with the knowledge, skills and values to meet these future professional challenges. Excellent work experience opportunities There will be an opportunity to incorporate work experience into your academic studies through the Experience in Professional Practice and Working in Professional Practice modules. This experience will allow you to put theory into practice, enhance your understanding of relevant organisations and develop networks. You could spend time working in: Primary Care Trusts Youth Offending Teams Nurseries Residential Homes Occupational Therapy Departments Community Centres Or a range of voluntary sector organisations. Volunteering in a health and social care setting is also encouraged, both as a means of enhancing your academic studies and of building relevant experience. Throughout this course you will be developing skills for employability. You'll develop interpersonal, communication and counselling skills through practice interviews and role plays. You will also undertake independent research into local organisations offering counselling to key staff. Your career development You'll graduate with the confidence, experience and ability to make a difference to people's lives. You may be interested in pursuing a career in: nursing health promotion housing social work guidance providing agencies the police probation service teaching. Some past students have also gone on to lead projects aimed at reducing disadvantage within communities. Certain occupations in health and social care require a professional qualification as well as a degree, and many of our students go on to study for further qualifications or higher degrees. The Health and Social Care job titles below give an indication of the careers our recent graduates are following:* Health Care and Support Worker Healthcare Assistant Mental Health Support Worker Learning Support Assistant Early Years Worker Child Therapeutic Care Worker Rehabilitation Support Worker Re-ablement Support Officer Unit Manager at a Private Nursing Home Children and Families Practitioner Prison Play Worker *Latest DLHE survey undergraduate results 2011-12 - 2014-15. Our Employability Team We have a dedicated Employability Team located on the City site. The team are well placed to give you specialist guidance and practical help that will really make a difference to your prospects once you do graduate. 93% of BA (Hons) Health and Social Care students go on to work or further study within six months (Latest DLHE survey undergraduate results 2014-15). Facilities As a Social Sciences student you will have easy access to the fantastic facilities in the Chaucer and Taylor buildings including: Lecture theatres and teaching classrooms Open access PCs and secure wireless points Study areas and social spaces; Chaucer cafe serving drinks and light snacks Our brand new School of Social Sciences reception, providing you with easy access to our helpful and friendly support staff. Entry requirements UK For September 2017 entry you will need: A-levels – BCC; or BTEC Extended Diploma – DMM; or 104 UCAS Tariff points from three A-levels or equivalent qualifications; and GCSEs – English and Maths or Science grade C. We also consider equivalent qualifications and combinations. All applications are considered on a case-by-case basis and we are happy to accept applications from mature students, students with access qualifications and many other types of standard and non-standard qualifications for which we can calculate UCAS points. Non-standard applicants may be interviewed. The UCAS Tariff The UCAS Tariff has changed for 2017 entry. In the new tariff, the numbers awarded to qualifications are very different. So, whereas previously a B at A-level was worth 100 points, in the new tariff it is now 40 points. Getting in touch If you need any more help or information, please email our Admissions Team or call on +44 (0)115 848 4200. International For September 2017 entry you will need: A-levels – BCC; or BTEC Extended Diploma – DMM; or 104 UCAS Tariff points from three A-levels or equivalent qualifications; and GCSEs – English and Maths or Science grade C. We also consider equivalent qualifications and combinations. All applications are considered on a case-by-case basis and we are happy to accept applications from mature students, students with access qualifications and many other types of standard and non-standard qualifications for which we can calculate UCAS points. Non-standard applicants may be interviewed. We accept qualifications from schools, colleges and universities all over the world for entry onto our undergraduate degrees. If you’re not sure how your international qualification matches our course requirements please visit our international qualifications page. Foundation courses If you need to do a foundation course to meet our course requirements please visit Nottingham Trent International College (NTIC). If you’re already studying in the UK at a school or college and would like to know if we can accept your qualification please visit our foundation courses page. English language entry requirements If English is not your first language you need to show us that your language skills are strong enough for intensive academic study. We usually ask for an IELTS test and we accept some alternative English language tests. For a list of our language requirements please visit our English language page. If you need to do a pre-sessional English language course to meet the English requirements please visit our pre-sessional English course page. Help and support If you have any questions about your qualifications or about making an application to the University please contact our international team for advice. [-]

BA Hons in Sport Science

University of Johannesburg
Campus Full time 1 year February 2017 South Africa Johannesburg

The course content for the Honours programme comprises Research Methodology, Sport Science Practice, Exercise Science Sport Vision, Sport Psychology and Exercise Physiology. [+]

The course content for the Honours programme comprises Research Methodology, Sport Science Practice, Exercise Science Sport Vision, Sport Psychology and Exercise Physiology. Admission requirements A three-year Degree in Human Movement Studies. Contact details Name: Mr AJJ Lombard Tel: 011 559 6965 / Email: rianl@uj.ac.za [-]

BA Health & Social Care

University of Kent, School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research
Campus Full time September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury

Studying Health and Social Care offers both a stimulating course of study and a route into a large and growing number of careers. Health and social care present numerous challenges within society today as expectations [+]

BA 2017. Studying Health and Social Care offers both a stimulating course of study and a route into a large and growing number of careers. Health and social care present numerous challenges within society today as expectations rise, new technologies become available and debates flourish as to how care should be provided and paid for. - Should ‘cloning' or ‘assisted suicide' be permitted? - Should fertility treatment be available as a right on the NHS? - Should older people pay for their own care? - Are services delivered fairly to all sections of the community? You will have the opportunity to consider these and many other questions relating to these important topics. Why choose SSPSSR at Kent Health and Social Care teaching staff are at the forefront of their field. Health and Social care at Kent has consistently achieved the highest ratings for the quality of its teaching and research and benefits from a number of specialist research units in the field of health and social care. We provide excellent pastoral care and listen to our students. Staff at all levels are friendly, approachable and deeply invested in the learning environment of our students. We maintain an excellent staff-student ratio. This means you will always be taught in small groups and have real access to your lecturers. We have a vibrant research culture. We run weekly seminar series with outside speakers and host international conferences. Both staff and students contribute to the lively discussions. [-]

Bachelor of Arts in Chinese Medicine

International Oriental College
Online & Campus Combined Full time September 2017 Netherlands Amsterdam

The purpose of your Bachelor learning curve is to get you knowledgeable and skillful in Chinese medicine health exercises, restoring youthfulness and proper body form, and managing tensions, posture and food disciplines through simple practices. Practice is the foundation of theory, theory is the beginning of perfecting practice. The learning program is partly online and partly on site (50-50). You will receive proper scientific basic training, manage information streams, learn professional language, become deeply knowledgeable about the body in Chinese traditional biology, develop skills in Transcultural thinking etc. The program is developed on the foundation of Dutch educational law for full time higher and academic education. Followup studies are present in the form of Master of Arts degrees and Philosophical degrees. [+]

Bachelor in Chinese Medicine Ready to get serious about Daoist Medicine and Wudang Taiji Gongfu? We offer clear cut Bachelor and Master programs in Chinese medicine and Wudang Daoist Taiji Gongfu sports based on a 2000 hours apprenticeship program. The study load of each Bachelor / Master program is 480 contact hours minimum per level. the total study load is expected to be about 5x that amount. You can follow it is a full term program or as a share time course. It is the only program that actually teaches you the profession from real traditional cultural and scientific values. The short courses are about 30 contact hours each. The purpose of your Bachelor learning curve is to get you knowledgeable and skillful in Chinese medicine health exercises, restoring youthfulness and proper body form, and managing tensions, posture and food disciplines. Practice is the foundation of theory, theory is the beginning of perfecting practice. All Chinese medicine ethics demand that one learns principles of medicine through self-realisation. Chinese medicine health exercises in our program originate from Daoist Wudang gongfu, which is considered the other half of Chinese medicine ever since the development of these skills a 1000 years ago. It is a prerequisite to understand the language of Chinese medicine in relationship to body experience, to understand the language in relationship to disease and to develop proper modelling skills for health according to Chinese Medicine. The 16 module content is: Studies in basic research and science; studies in Chinese cultural science; studies in Chinese physiological anatomy; principles of yangsheng health theory and practice; Wudang Daoland Taiji 13; Wudang gongfu fitness and yoga; Daoist chairmassage and mobilisation massage;TCM dietary regimen; beauty treatment with acupuncture for facelifting and slimming; self-cultivation through wudang daoist alchemy as reflected in 3rd level practice of zhongwujigong daoyin. every subject is finalized through reporting and a final paper which is used to complete the bachelor paper. The final title on your bachelor paper depends on how you developed content of your studies. 25% of your studies you have to fill in as a specialization of choice. This can be anything from cultural content to former job or educational experiences. Your interests are…? Are you interested in massage, acupuncture, diet therapy, herbal medicine, yoga, qigong or esoteric/spiritual studies? Are you interested in the cultural and scientific aspect of it (being pre-modern East Asian), or in where the west has appropriated it (medicalized it)? Chinese medicine and Gongfu studies traditionally integrate all skills of them in one package, and only at the International oriental College we offer you these traditional practices. We offer them in a transcultural learning style so that you can assimilate them easily and make your own choices as how to build your career in this profession and how to use them in your personal lifestyle. In China itself we find Daoist, Confucian, Buddhist and other variations in approach to medicine, and currently it is the widest dispersed medicine system in the world but it is totally non-organized. You learn to see it from traditional perspectives and from modern perspectives so that you can connect either direction with colleagues and scientists. Your study will be a personal quest to improve on yourself as a foundation for learning how to help others. You will learn all the skills expected from Wudang Daoist Spiritual Warriors, the Alchemy of how to become immortal or invincible, but most surely you learn the science of Holist Chinese medicine and be ready to help your fellow people. If you are interested in studies of Chinese medicine you should also be interested in studies of Gongfu. If you are interested in studies of Gongfu you should also be interested in studies of Chinese medicine. Chinese medicine and martial arts are an integral whole, including scientific purpose, artistic expression as a means to achieve health for the practitioners and his or her community. Traditionally Medicine belonged to the study of Daoism, culminating in the Song dynasty (960-1279) in the first Holist medicine system in the world. In fact studying medicine as based on traditional values is considered the same as studying Dao. Why are you interested in the study of Chinese Medicine, or East Asian Medicine in general? Why are you interested in martial arts? Is it the Holism that attracts you or is it the Chinese culture? In that case we can say that they are inherently the same. Chinese culture produced an animist form of medicine that by necessity is holist, but also that includes the care for oneself in the care of the other. Chinese medicine and martial arts studies are as much a career move as a stepping stone in personal development. It follows its own exclusive learning pattern, that is -truth be said- ignored at almost any current learning platform of Chinese medicine. This program allows you to learn both the Chineseness as the holist of Chinese medicine, while still being able to adapt to the more modernist and superficial systems that are current. The result of this program is that you can develop yourself as a true leader in the field of Chinese Medicine, and depending on your effort in your martial arts studies, to become a true spiritual warrior. How to develop yourself in Chinese medicine and gongfu? Our program allows for gradual and swift development of prowess, fitness, finesse, elegance and so on, all signs of superior understanding of life. Crude movements, bumping into things, lack of balance, noisiness, tiredness, overweight, lack of intellectual and physical curiosity, addictions, dependency, and other signs of premature aging are all signs of losing touch with life. Our study aims to help you yourself first and your future clients and students second. Your achievements are the foundations for your understanding and your understanding has to help you develop superior quality inn the work you offer. It is a true alternative for biomedical science, but does not neglect it. How much time will your study take? You have to complete 16 modules. some of them are online and some or them are practical. For these practice studies and discussion days you are obliged to be present. If you wish to develop towards non-clinical professions some of the skills may be donned. But on average you will need 2-4 hours per day for theoretical and practical development. What is the price of your study? Many short courses easily will cost you about 500-1000 euro, while our are offered for 400 as single courses, for cluster packages or groups we offer further discounts. A university study in a foreign country or even in your own country can be expensive. think of books, laptop, conferences. Cost of studying and living If you are considering studying in Utrecht you will need to know what it costs to support yourself. During your stay in Utrecht you can expect to spend between € 800 and € 1,000 a month on living expenses. Tuition fees are not included in this amount. While common tuition fees at Universities are easily a 2000 per year, we offer our degrees for 3000 two year only for either BA or MA,and if you take longer every year longer is only 1200 euro. Our fees are easy to pay off monthly or in one payment. It includes 250,- euros entrance fee to our online knowledge bank articles as a foundation for much of your theory studies and use of our unique and extensive reading library (no borrowing or lending). [-]

Bachelor Nursing Management (ba)

Apollon Hochschule
Online Part time 36 - 48 months Open Enrollment Germany Germany Online

Good care needs highly trained care manager. In this position you have to make not only economically sound decisions, but also produce quality of care and can back. You also need to take a strong communicative interface function in an environment of interdisciplinary functional processes area. The study program for Bachelor care management (B. A.) qualifies you for these important managerial and key positions within the various ... [+]

BA 2017. Good care needs highly trained care manager. In this position you have to make not only economically sound decisions, but also produce quality of care and can back. You also need to take a strong communicative interface function in an environment of interdisciplinary functional processes area. The study program for Bachelor care management (B. A.) qualifies you for these important managerial and key positions within the different care professions. In addition to your nursing knowledge you acquire profound insights into the nursing science, but also health economic knowledge and methodical and social management expertise to take on leadership positions. Equipped with these skills will lead to demand care manager who people competent, develop sustainable concepts and can make organizational processes efficiently. Key qualifications Currently are nursing facilities and departments mostly led by nurses who have attained this position because of their expertise. To the complex tasks to perform adequately in the future, but it needs skills go beyond these requirements. This includes health economic knowledge for successful market positioning, nursing and scientific skills for the development of high-quality care concepts and social and methodological skills for the management of employees. Study contents The Bachelor care management (B. A.) It forms the multidisciplinary care experts. All disciplines are consistently based on the practice of everyday care - z. B. by increased project work and using highly experienced lecturers. The electives also promote specialization for your future employment. Above all, you acquire action competences in the fields with which care managers face: Nursing Science and Research economic action Management and leadership, such. As a social institution / a social service Teaching qualification (Nursing Education) Marketing expertise Consulting in prevention and health promotion Palliative Care In addition to the technical content you methodical and personality-related skills are taught that for care management capabilities - are highly relevant - both on the eligible department as well as on the management level. admission requirements The requirements for admission to bachelor studies are regulated by the Higher Education Act Bremische (BremHG). Then you can study under certain conditions without high school qualifications. baseline at any time Graduation They acquire the internationally recognized Bachelor of Arts (B. A.). With this degree you are qualified excellent for middle management and leadership roles in the healthcare industry. Duration of study Control study 36 months or 48 months (180 credits). test study By registering at the APOLLON Hochschule You can test for 4 weeks studying for free. Within this period, you can login at any time revoke. then no costs arise for you. accreditation The Bachelor of Science Nursing Management (BA) is certified by the International Agency for quality assurance and accreditation of study programs and institutions (FIBAA). Free extension Up to 50% of the chosen study variant (18 or 24 months). [-]

Bachelor Of Arts In Medical Pedagogy

SRH Hochschule für Gesundheit Gera
Campus Full time 9 semesters October 2017 Germany Gera

Innovative Educators for health professionals are in demand. In occupational medicine bachelor pedagogy therefore, prepare young people for a career in the health care you get. For this, you should next expertise also can convey enthusiasm. [+]

Innovative Educators for health professionals are in demand. In occupational medicine bachelor pedagogy therefore, prepare young people for a career in the health care you get. For this, you should next expertise also can convey enthusiasm. entry requirements General higher education entrance or equivalent university entrance qualification or university entrance for qualified professionals gem. § 63 ThürHG * Proof of completed vocational training in a specialized profession of health and social work or a comparable professional qualification A two-year work experience or an equivalent two years as a teacher in vocational practical training at the time of the Bachelor examination *According to § 63 para. 3 of ThürHG also be open to candidates in defined exceptional cases, which have not completed college admission, but vocational training in a technically related field and have at least 3 years of professional experience in this. Be allowed Nurse (health and nursing / in, pediatric nurses / in Caregiver / in) Therapeutic professions (physiotherapist / in, occupational therapist / in, speech therapist / in, Motopäde / in, masseur / masseuse and medical / r lifeguard / in, Podiatrists / in, sports therapist / in, Orthoptiker / in) Midwives and obstetric nurse / in Other professions of health care (MTLA, radiographer / MTAR, MTAF, VMTA, MTAO / OTA, Zytologieassistent / in, medical assistants / in, dietician / in, Medical / r and Dental / r assistant / r, paramedic / in, paramedic / in, dental technician / in, pharmaceutical-commercial / r employees / r, Pharmaceutical technicians / r Assistent / in) Social professions (home-based personal care / in, educator / in /, youth and home educator / in, Heilpädagoge / in internship During the eighth Semester, the degree program Medical Education (B. A.) a teaching internship (practical study in schools) instead. It is carried out at a recognized school of health services and has a circumference of 200 lessons (45 minutes each). If you have already graduated, we recognize the teaching practice to like. The study period then shortened to 4 years or 8 semesters. The teaching internship connect successfully from a teaching test which is carried out in one of our partner schools. Details on the study model The study is (part-time) offered in part-time study model. The time of presence at our university includes 5 Block weekends per semester (each Thursday to Monday). This study at our university can be ideal with work and home demands agree. semester abroad You can study with Erasmus + after completing the first year of study at a European university in another participating country, there to expand your social and cultural skills and optimize your job prospects. You will learn the academic system a foreign university as well know how their teaching and learning methods. The services provided under a semester abroad academic coursework may be recognized accordingly. Content, objectives and end of the study In the study course medical education you acquire tailored skills to plan teaching and learning situations in high quality, conduct, evaluate and prepare people in education, training and education on patient-oriented health profession. Education that inspires Teaching, educate, assess and advise, these are just some important skills that are distinguished teachers for occupations of health care. That's why we provide you during your time degree programs of medical education (B. A.) scientifically sound (evidence-based) medical expertise and modern educational expertise. Our goal is to train you to a competent teacher for professions of health care, the medical issues can mediate light of new and safe teaching methods and with enthusiasm. With us you get a broad spectrum of skills that you can apply successfully in many professional fields of health or education sector later. Modular course structure of medical education for skills training Job-specific competencies In this field of competence you learn important job-related capacity-building, such as. In the general psychology and sociology, in the fields of health professionals, and in educational science These bases form next to your previously completed vocational training in a field of action for health care the basis for your studies at our university. Advanced expertise One focus is on the advanced expertise, such as vocational education, anatomy and physiology, biophysics, biochemistry and pharmacology and internal medicine. We rely on your acquired from the education, training and qualifications and expand it based on current scientific knowledge. Management and scientific skills Another focus management and scientific skills such as entrepreneurial action in health and education companies, scientific work, knowledge and experience in project and process management and evidence-based medicine. This provides multidisciplinary knowledge and skills, but you qualify for special tasks and activities, such as the management of a school for the independent establishment of its own education and training institution. Career prospects By studying medicine education at our facility you acquire a wide range of different skills that you can successfully apply in practice later in numerous occupations in the health and education area - as a teacher but also as a leader! The qualification requirements for teachers in training and continuing education at vocational schools for health care professions or Healthcare schools are regulated differently in the individual provinces. The Bologna process and the associated development in education have led to that in the coming years mainly teachers, and matching degree at vocational schools for Health Professions Schools must educate healthcare. In Bachelorstudiengang Medicine Pedagogy also advanced skills of anatomy and physiology, internal medicine, vocational education and didactics, management and scientific skills are taught alongside job-specific skills from psychology and sociology. These form the basis for responsible and successful work as teachers at vocational schools for health care professions or Schools in healthcare. Our graduates are currently working in: Training and Continuing Studies in Healthcare Vocational schools for Health Professions Clinics / nursing homes / practice facilities Companies of health and social services and Institutions for health promotion For further professional development and career advancement in the SRH Medical Education provides College of Health Gera after the acquisition of the Bachelor degree to further degrees of Master. [-]

B.A. Medical Education

MSB Medical School Berlin
Campus Part time Germany

The bachelor course in medical education is mainly aimed at teaching staff for healthcare professions, but also trainee teaching staff. Developments in the education system and the Bologna process [+]

B.A. Medical Education

The bachelor course in medical education is mainly aimed at teaching staff for healthcare professions, but also trainee teaching staff. Developments in the education system and the Bologna process increase the need for teaching staff with a rel­evant university degree at colleges and universities specialising in healthcare. With that, the training requirements for health­ care professions and the demand for trainees is also increas­ing.

During the bachelor degree course in medication education at MSB, you will acquire comprehensive knowledge in the sub­jects of health sciences and educational sciences, focussing on vocational and economic education. As a second professional subject, you can choose between nursing science, therapy sci­ence and economic and social studies. Furthermore, the course trains other skills in interdisciplinary models, such as ethics in health and medicine and interdisciplinary team work in healthcare, for example.... [-]