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Nutrition, Sports and Metabolism Science - Courses

DURATION

MASTER'S DEGREE PROGRAM:

The minimum and maximum durations for the Master's Course are 12 and 30 months, respectively. In order to obtain the title of Master in Nutrition, Sports and Metabolism Science students must fulfill a total of 18 credits in courses and be approved in the defense of their dissertation.

Mandatory activity:

Master's dissertation

* The Master's defense and qualification guidelines are in construction

Mandatory courses:

Research Seminars I

Scientific Methodology

Research topics on Nutrition, Sports and Metabolism Science

Projects I

Teaching Practice I

(Summaries available in the Graduate Program Catalog of FCA)

Elective courses:

The student must earn 4 credits among the elective courses. They should be chosen in agreement with their advisor. For more information, check the elective courses descriptions available in the Graduate Program Catalog of FCA.

DOCTORATE DEGREE PROGRAM

The minimum and maximum durations for the Doctorate Course are 24 and 60 months, respectively. In order to obtain the title of Doctor in Nutrition, Sports and Metabolism Science, students must fulfill a total of 19 credits in courses and be approved in the defense of their thesis.

Mandatory activity:

Doctoral thesis

* Check here for the Doctoral defense and qualification guidelines

Mandatory courses:

Research Seminars I

Research Seminars II

Scientific Methodology

Research topics on Nutrition, Sports and Metabolism Science

Projects II

Teaching Practice II

(Summaries available in the Graduate Program Catalog of FCA)

Elective courses:

The student must earn 3 credits among the elective courses. They should be chosen in agreement with their advisor. For more information, check the elective courses descriptions available in the Graduate Program Catalog of FCA.