Three-year undergraduate academic degree courses (Bachelor’s level or First cycle degree) strive to provide students with an understanding of the methods and general scientific content of the subjects studied. A degree is awarded upon completion of 180 credits (ECTS) including a final examination.
Graduates may then continue for two more years to obtain a Master’s level (Second cycle) degree. Master’s level degree courses provide advanced academic study programmes designed to prepare students for high qualified positions in specific sectors. The student is required to earn 120 credits (ECTS) during the two-year period and present an original thesis under the guidance of a course professor.
There are also single-cycle Master’s level degree programmes (not divided into first-level Bachelor’s followed by two years of Master’s level study) which are regulated by EU guidelines and require the student to follow a 5/6 year Master’s level academic programme. In this case a student earns 300 credits in five years or 360 credits in 6 years and presents a final thesis upon completion of ECTS requirements.
Some of our courses are international degree courses, meaning that students will be required to carry out parts of their study programme in foreign universities. These courses confer double, multiple and joint degrees. To see our international degree courses only, click here.
Some of our courses are held entirely in English while others offer certain course units in English if foreign students are enrolled.
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Order degree courses by: Department - Title
List of Bachelor’s and Master’s level courses ordered by Department
|Applied Psychological Science||I||L24||3|
|Biomedical Laboratory Techniques||I||L/SNT3||3|
|Human Movement and Sport Sciences||I||L22||3|
|Imaging and Radiotherapy Techniques||I||L/SNT3||3|
|Applied, Clinical and Health Psychology||II||LM51||2|
|Cellular and Molecular Biotechnology||II||LM9||2|
|Health Professions of Rehabilitation Sciences||II||LM/SNT2||2|
|Health Professions of Technical Sciences (Diagnostic)||II||LM/SNT3||2|
|Physical Activity and Exercise for Health||II||LM67||2|
|Civil and Environmental Engineering||I||L7||3|
|Architecture and Building Engineering||II-CU||LM4||5|
|Education and Social Work Sciences||I||L19&L39||3|
|Linguistic and Cultural Mediation||I||L12||3|
|Philosophy and Theory of Communication||I||L5||3|
|Literary and Cultural Studies||II||LM14||2|
|Planning and Management of Social Work and Educational Services||II||LM87||2|
|Primary Teacher Education||II-CU||LM85 bis||5|
|Business Law Advisor||I||L14||3|
|Economics and Management||I||L18||3|
|Business Administration, Economics and Finance||II||LM77||2|
|Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Engineering||I||L8||3|
|Computer and Systems Engineering||II||LM32||2|
|Childhood Neuro and Psycomotricity||I||L/SNT2||3|
|Environment and Workplace Prevention Techniques||I||L/SNT4||3|
|Environmental Sciences and Technology||I||L32||3|
|Orthoptic and Ophtalmologic Assistance||I||L/SNT2||3|
|Psychiatric Rehabilitation Techniques||I||L/SNT2||3|
|Environmental Biology and Management of Ecosystems||II||LM6&LM75||2|
|Health and Nutrition Biology||II||LM6||2|
|Health Professions of Prevention Sciences||II||LM/SNT4||2|
|Health Professions of Technical Sciences (Assistential)||II||LM/SNT3||2|
|Nursing and Midwifery Sciences||II||LM/SNT1||2|
|Medicine and Surgery||II-CU||LM41||6|
|Chemistry and Materials Science||I||L27||3|