The follow-up master’s study is implemented in the form of two-year full-time and part-time forms of study.
PART TIME FORM OF STUDY
The combined form of study is implemented in the form of weekend training camps (Saturdays and Sundays, with the exception of courses and practices, which can overlap with weekdays), e-learning and self-teaching. Schedule of the weekend workshops is always known in advance for the following academic year. Five weekend training camps are usually listed for one semester during the follow-up master’s study.
Full-time form of study takes place from Monday to Tuesday for 13 weeks each semester.
Forcus of the Master’s study
FOCUS OF THE MASTER’S STUDY
The study program responds to the rapid development of Wellness in the world and in our country, and thus the increasing demand of the labour market for qualified professionals in this field.
The aim of the follow-up Master’s study program Wellness Specialist is to prepare professionals who are able to orient themselves in basic professional issues of the rapidly developing field of human care, especially their personal well-being, as a significant component of health, fitness and lifestyle. At the same time, students acquire basic professional skills that will enable them to apply themselves in newly emerging facilities that provide not only classical physical activities, but a whole range of new forms of care for the body, mind and healthy lifestyle. Students build on the basic knowledge in the field of pedagogical-psychological, biomedical, managerial-economical, which they acquired in the Bachelor’s study program.
The study plan is outlined for a standard period of study in two academic years, split into four semesters.
The study plan consists of modules of compulsory, obligatory optional and optional subjects and a module of final state examination and is outlined for full-time and combined form of study. College of Physical Education and Sport PALESTRA uses the ECTS credit systém.
Subjects are defined in the following way:
- compulsory subjects – 93 credits;
- obligatory optional subjects – 20 credits;
- optional subjects – 7 credits.
The compulsory subjects consist of 18 subjects of the profiling foundation („PF“), of which 7 are fundamental study subjects („FF“). Obligatory optional subjects are those selected obligatorily by the student according to his professional orientation in the minimum above stated range. Optional subjects are those selected by the student according to his interest within his professional orientation in the minimum above stated range. The study is concluded with a final state examination.
When outlining the target competencies of a graduate, we respected the recommendations by national descriptors of the national qualification framework of tertiary education related to both technical knowledge and abilites and general qualifications, i.e. forming a judgment, communication and the ability of further education.