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UEM Universidad Europea Madrid
The business of sports, leisure and fitness requires new professionals with specialized expertise.
This calls for a new type of university degree already widely recognized in both the United States and Europe, but until now unheard of in Spain. Universidad Europea de Madrid, the most international private university in Spain, has addressed this need through the creation of the new Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Management.
This degree program is designed to equip you with all the skills and abilities required of a good sports manager, which until now could only be acquired through a Master’s Degree.
The program is structured based on the following:
- A combination of courses that properly detail the reality of managing, the peculiarities of sports, physical education, and leisure
- A faculty made up of professionals and researchers of international prestige
- State-of-the-art facilities, as those found at Universidad Europea de Madrid
- A strong international perspective, which includes the use of English in many courses and the opportunity to study abroad at universities in English-speaking countries.
The four strategic objectives on which the degree program is built are divided into three unique disciplinary areas: Social and Legal Sciences, Business Management, and Sports. There is also a fourth objective, which integrates all the knowledge areas called International Sports Management, in addition to two internships and a Graduation Project.
The degree programme Public Health, LSMU
aims to provide competencies for students wishing to pursue a career in public and private health sectors as well as in non-governmental organizations. The MPH degree is the most widely recognized professional credentials for leadership in public health. The programme is intended for graduates already holding a bachelor’s or master’s degree, who are seeking to broaden their understanding and knowledge in the field of public health.
Structure of the programme
Introduction to Public Health and Health Care System, Environmental Health, Health Ethics and Law, Health Informatics and Research, Applied Epidemiology
Health Policy and Strategy, Health Economics, Management of Changes, Health Psychology and Human Relations, Methods of Data Analysis, Preparation and Defence of Master’s Thesis