Elaboration and Methodological Design of Quantitative and Qualitative Studies;
Theoretical Foundations of the Science of Caring.
Attention to Chronic Diseases in Current Epidemiological and Demographic Profile;
Bases of Collective Health and Interface with Public Policies;
Construction, Adaptation and Validation of Measurement Instruments;
Challenges of care in Women's Health;
Statistics Applied to Health Sciences;
New Proposals for Wound Prevention and Management;
Health Care Technologies in Children;
Advanced Topics in Interpersonal Communication in Health;
Master’s course completion
Thirty-two (32) discipline credits will be needed to complement the Master’s course, respecting compulsory and optional subjects (480 hours).
Qualifying Examination – 10 credits (150 hours).
oral examination (thesis defense) – 60 credits (900 hours).
Total course hours – 102 credits (1530 hours).