College of Health Sciences

Study programs

  1. Health Care and Nursing;
  2. Health Care Management
  3. Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy;
  4. Sanitary Engineering
  5. Medical Laboratory Engineering

Academic studies of the first cycle

a/ Bachelor degree of the first cycle of studies in the period of 3 years (6 semesters) – 180 ECTS

  1. Bachelor of Health Care and Nursing (B.HCN) - 180 ECTS
  2. Bachelor of Health Care Management (B.HCM) - 180 ECTS
  3. Bachelor of Physiotherapy (B.Physioth.) - 180 ECTS
  4. Bachelor of Sanitary Engineering (B.San.Eng.) - 180 ECTS
  5. Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Engineering (B.Med.Lab.Eng.) - 180 ECTS

b/ Studies of the first cycle in the period of 4 years (8 semesters) – 240 ECTS – with or without narrow
field of study/specialist degree

  1. Bachelor – Specialist of Health Care and Nursing (B.Sc.HCN) - 240 ECTS
  2. Bachelor – Specialist of Health Care Management (B.Sc.HCM) - 240 ECTS
  3. Bachelor – Specialist of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy (B.Sc.Physioth. & OT) - 240 ECTS
  4. Bachelor – Specialist of Sanitary Engineering (B.Sc.San.Eng.) - 240 ECTS
  5. Bachelor – Specialist of Medical Laboratory Engineering (B.Sc.Med.Lab.Eng.) - 240 ECTS

Master studies of the second cycle in the period of 1 to 2 years (2-4 semesters) – 300 ECTS
(with Master Thesis Defense)

Study programs

  1. Health Care and Nursing
    1. Master of Health Care and Nursing
    2. Master of Health Care and Nursing (... in the field of ... / M.Sc.HCN)
  2. Health Care Management
    1. Master of Health Care Management – 300 ECTS-credits
    2. Master of Health Care Management – 300 ECTS-credits (… in the field of …)
  3. Sanitary Engineering
    1. Master of Sanitary Engineering
    2. Master of Sanitary Engineering (... in the field of... / M.Sc.San.Eng.)

BASIC STUDIES AND SCIENTIFIC FIELDS

College is primarily engaged in the basic scientific fields of human-biology (anatomy, histology, embryology, physiology, genetics, cytology), microbiology, bio-chemistry, clinical-chemical and physical-functional fields of science, then in the area of general medical science, applied medical sciences, propedeutics and health care in different branches of medicine and clinical-hospital practice, pharmacology and toxicology, dietetics, geriatrics, epidemiology, medical and developmental psychology, sports medicine, social medicine, medicine history and ethics.

In the broader scientific field of physiotherapy and occupational therapy, college is primarily engaged in physical medicine and physiotherapy within various fields of medicine and clinical-hospital practice, kinesiology, kinesiometry and biomechanics, prosthetics and orthopedics, balneology, occupational therapy and rehabilitation in different types of diseases and disabilities, occupational therapy in community, occupational therapy in psychosocial disorders and ergonomics.

College is primarily engaged in the fields of laboratory medicine that are associated with the above-mentioned narrow scientific fields.

 

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