Official master's degree in Physiotherapy of the Thorax

Advanced training in cardiorespiratory physiotherapy for professional physiotherapists capable of adequately fulfilling therapeutic and preventive needs in all areas of health

Content Official Master's Degree in Physiotherapy of the Thorax

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Master description

The Master's Degree in Physiotherapy of the Thorax is a specific-content master's with no specialisations. It comprises 6 modules, 4 of 9 credits and 2 of 12, all of which are compulsory. . During the first semester 2 modules of 9 credits will be taken, and during the second semester, the remaining 2 Credits. The 2 modules of12 credits corresponding to external work placements that form the basis of the master's dissertation are distributed throughout the academic year.

Course begins on

13/09/2021

Course ends on

28/06/2022

Teaching timetable

On-site classes are organised into twelve seminars over the whole academic year: one or two per month.

  • 7 seminars from Thursday to Saturday, 8 a.m. or 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • 3 seminars from Wednesday to Saturday, 8 a.m. or 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • 2 seminars from Monday to Saturday, 8 a.m. or 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Study plan structure

Type Credits
Compulsory 36
Master's dissertation 12
External work placement 12
TOTAL 60

 

Module title Credits Type
Anatomophysiology, Thoracic Exploration and Assessment and Physiotherapy Techniques 9 COMPULSORY
Physiopathology of the Thorax. Exploration, Assessment, Diagnostics and Treatment in Physiotherapy I 9 COMPULSORY
Physiopathology of the Thorax. Exploration, Assessment, Diagnostics and Treatment in Physiotherapy II 9 COMPULSORY
Research Methodology Management and Profession 9 COMPULSORY
External work placement 12 COMPULSORY
Master's dissertation 12 COMPULSORY

 

COMPULSORY: Compulsory