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Eduprof Expertmeeting 14-15 April 2011 Groningen …

Eduprof Expertmeeting 14-15 April 2011 Groningen

Workshop Applied Sports Sciences

Presentation on Master's degree in sport sciences and techniques and PhD in Science of Sport, Exercise and Ergonomics by Prof. Laura Capranica of the University of Rome Foro, Italy


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  • 1. Master’s Degree in Sport Sciences and Techniques PhD in Science of Sport, Exercise and Ergonomics Prof. Laura Capranica Coordinator Department of Human Movement and Sport Sciences University of Rome Foro Italico 05/13/11
  • 2. Master’s Degree in Sports Sciences and Techniques 2 years (120 ECTS)
    • Specialization in:
    • Situational sports (team sports, combat sports)
    • Cyclic sports (track and field, swimming, cycling, triathlon)
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  • 3. Professions
    • Coach
    • Physical trainer
    • Sport coordinator
    • Referee
    • Sport researcher
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  • 4. Organization
    • Courses in Sport sciences (34 ECTS)
    • Organization and Evaluation of Training and introduction to Olympic sports (12 ECTS)
    • Sport 1 (9 ECTS)
    • Sport 2 (9 ECTS)
    • Physical training and rehabilitation of injured athletes (8 ECTS)
    • Courses in Biology and Medicine of Sport (34 ECTS)
    • Sport Physiology and Biomechanics (11 ECTS)
    • Sport Biology and Biochemistry (7 ECTS)
    • Sport Anatomy and Injury (8 ECTS)
    • Sport Medicine and Endocrinology (8 ECTS)
    • Courses in Pedagogy and Psychology of Sport (12 ECTS)
    • Sport Psychology and Pedagogy (12 ECTS)
    • Courses in Sport Law (8 ECTS)
    • Sport and Health Law (8 ECTS)
    • Elective Courses (8 ECTS)
    • Specific Sport Courses, University Sport Teams, Laboratory Training
    • Training/Stages (14 ECTS)
    • Clubs, Federations, Companies
    • Research Work (6 ECTS)
    • Thesis
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  • 5. PhD in Science of Sport, Exercise and Ergonomics 3 years (180 ECTS)
    • Objectives to provide research-training by focusing on :
    • (a) a basic understanding of performance analysis in Sport, Exercise and Ergonomics;
    • (b) developing the knowledge base, tools, and resources needed for the enhancement of sport and exercise performance relevant to human health;
    • (c) bilateral translational links between laboratory-based and field-based research and interventions;
    • (d) social and cultural and aspects of Sport and Exercise participation and adherence.
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  • 6. Organization
    • Courses (30 ECTS)
    • Statistics in sports
    • Scientific writing
    • Research methods in Sport, Exercise and Ergonomics
    • European research funds
    • Seminars (20 ECTS)
    • Historical, and social aspects of sport
    • Sport pedagogy
    • Sport for older individuals
    • Motor learning and performance
    • Specific issues related to the student’s research work
    • Language (12 ECTS)
    • English
    • Research work (118 ECTS)
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  • 7. European Intensive Programmes Sport Performance: A lifespan Challenge
    • 2009-2010
    • 38 students from 9 European Universities (University of Rome Foro Italico, Italy; Vrije Universiteit of Brussel; Dalarna University, Sweden; Univerza v Ljubljani, Slovenia; University of Foggia, Italy; Huelva University, Spain; Coimbra University, Portugal; University of Cassino, Italy; University of Catanzaro),
    • 22 professors from 16 European Universities (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Italy; University of Rome Foro Italico, Italy; Vrije Universiteit of Brussel; Dalarna University, Sweden; University College of Dublin, Ireland; Glasgow Caledonian University, UK; Univerza v Ljubljani, Slovenia; University of Foggia, Italy; Huelva University, Spain; Coimbra University, Portugal; University of Cassino, Italy; University of Chieti, Italy; University of Catanzaro),
    • 3 professors from 2 American Universities (Indiana University, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse),
    • 1 lecturer from the European Athlete as Student Network,
    • 6 lecturers from private stakeholders in the sport area (Italian Olympic Committee, COSMED, MICROGATE, ROC AVENTUS, SDAM, SENSORIZE)
    • 2010-2011
    • In progress (May 8-22, 2011)
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  • 8. Research Outcomes
    • At least 2 published papers
    • At least 3 abstracts
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  • 9. Future Plans
    • Erasmus Mundus PhD in Sport, Exercise and Ergonomics
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