A bachelor is an academic degree program that helps prepare students for a future career or to continue their education. Bachelor’s degrees can be earned in about three to five years depending on student achievement as well as the requirements of each specific degree program.
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UCM's Department of Nutrition and Kinesiology develops successful professionals by instilling an appreciation for helping all people lead a healthy and physically active lifestyle. [+]
The profession of physical therapy is seen as a discipline of rehabilitation, however, physical therapy involves the assessment, evaluation, treatment and prevention of functional limitations (disabilities), dysfunction of movement, pain, illness or injury or any health condition related. [+]
The Bachelor's profile Global Health in Groningen is an international Bachelor's degree in Medicine. You will pay attention to different aspects of global health, such as emerging diseases [+]
Bachelor in Medicine, profile Global HealthLanguage: English (100%)
The Bachelor's profile Global Health in Groningen is an international Bachelor's degree in Medicine. You will pay attention to different aspects of global health, such as emerging diseases, different health care systems and nutrition.
The programme is multidisciplinary and patient-centred. As a student of this programme you can participate in a Junior Scientific Master class.
The programme is taught in English. However, as a Bachelor's student you need to learn the Dutch language as the subsequent Master's programme is taught in Dutch. In this Master's programme you work in the hospital to obtain your medical degree. After this, you can train to become a medical specialist or a medical researcher.... [-]
Saint Francis offers a public health degree embedded in the liberal arts tradition, emphasizing personal and professional ethics, and based upon the University’s nationally-recognized Franciscan mission. [+]
The Leisure Science major at ORU examines the leisure programs pertinent to schools, camps, leisure centers, and churches and the methods of delivering those programs to the community. The key stages of developing a leisure program are explored as well as leadership roles in supervising and directing volunteers and other personnel within the program. [+]
The U.S. health care system changes quickly, and you can stay ahead of the curve by completing a bachelor's degree in health services at USI. Employment in the medical field is expected to grow faster than the average for all occupations as the industry continues to expand and diversify. [+]
Paramedics play an integral role in the health system, responding to acute and sub-acute health problems in a range of diverse and uncontrolled settings. Paramedics provide unscheduled care to patients of all ages, dealing with health complaints that span across the spectrum of illness and injury severity and complexity. [+]
Our Health Sciences programmes helps prepare you to take up those roles. We cover a range in our curriculum that includes diagnostic, technical, therapeutic and direct patient care and support services. [+]
Bachelors in Health and Social Care are designed to provide a specialist vocational programme, linked to professional body requirements and National Occupational Standards where appropriate. [+]
The graduate in physiotherapy is qualified for a paramedical health care profession. S/he is allowed to provide treatment within preventive, diagnostic, remedial and rehabilitation care, which can be provided in medical facilities of all types, including rehabilitation institutions and specialized departments, social care facilities, spas and sports facilities. [+]
Through hands-on and experiential learning, our degree programs are designed to help you prepare for professional careers in human health and wellness--from weekend warriors to professional athletes. [+]
The degree in Science of Physical Activity and Sport has a great interest in the promotion, in general, healthy lifestyles as well as improving athletic performance. To meet these demands of modern society it is necessary to train professionals to plan, organize, regulate, direct and evaluate the different practices related to physical activity and sports. [+]
To provide professional studies in rehabilitation field corresponding to Latvia state economic and social needs, providing it with qualified and professionally trained physiotherapy specialists. [+]
With a physiotherapy diploma, you have a broad future. In your native country as well as abroad you can start in a hospital, nursing home, rehabilitation centre or a medical day nursery. Or of course you could set up your own practice. Internationally, the Dutch training is highly regarded. [+]
Combat invisible enemies, agents of diseases, will be your daily work. The biomedical studies the causative microorganisms of diseases, identifying drugs to fight them. [+]