Professional Master programme in Large marine Vertebrates Sciences - 5785

Code 5785
Academic Year 2020-2021
Subject area Health
Campus Cesena
Level First
Director Annalisa Zaccaroni
Duration Annual
Joint degree Yes
Teaching methods Conventional
Language English
Cost 5500,00 euro
Instalments first instalment 3000 € (three thousands Euros) (to be paid by the deadline set for enrolment 30/12/2020); second instalment 2500 € (two thousands five hundreds Euros) (to be paid by 30/04/2021)
Application deadline

Nov 19, 2020 (Expired)

Enrolment start and end from 07/12/2020 to 30/12/2020
Professional Profile
The programme lasts for 18 months, classroom training is delivered in English, awards 60 CFU credits and aims the following learning outcomes to give professionals and young graduates theoretical knowledge on many aspects of Large Marine Vertebrates management and conservation, starting from basic knowledge (physiology, biology, anatomy, etc.) to more specific competences, like welfare, diseases and pathology, legislation concerning Marine Vertebrates, monitoring, management in the wild and under human care, as well as communication and scientific writing skills.
Number of participants
Min: 12 Max: 15
Admission qualifications
- first cycle degree and/or second / single cycle degree obtained under D.M. 270/04 or first cycle degree and/or second / single cycle degree obtained under the laws previously in force (DM 509/99 and Old Regulations) in the following fields or classes: L-13 (Biology), L-32 (Science and Technology for Environment and Nature), L-38 (Animal Husbandry); LM-6 (Biology), LM-42 (Veterinary Medicine) or second cycle, single cycle degree/Combined Bachelor and Master degrees in an equivalent disciplinary area, achieved under the previous terms;

- first cycle degree and/or second / single cycle degree obtained abroad deemed equivalent to those described in point above by the admission committee, for the purposes of admission to the Master.

- According to a positive evaluation by the Admission Board, candidates with Master degrees not listed above may also be admitted to the selection process, provided they are in possession of a curriculum vitae et studiorum proving a qualified competence in the subjects covered by the Master
Selection criteria
Admission to the Master is subject to a positive opinion based on titles evaluation and interview.
Selection date
Nov 23, 2020
Study plan
  1. Physiology of large marine vertebrates - SSD: VET/02 - Docente titolare: Diego Bucci
  2. Anatomy of large marine vertebrates  - SSD: VET/01 - Docente titolare: Cristiano Bombardi
  3. Biology of large marine vertebrates  - SSD: BIO/05 - Docente titolare: Annalisa Zaccaroni
  4. Statistics  - SSD: MAT/06 - Docente titolare: Diego Bucci
  5. Monitoring of large marine vertebrates  - SSD: BIO/07 - Docente titolare: Gianni Pavan
  6. Conservation, education, and communication  - SSD: BIO/07 - Docente titolare: Elio Vicente
  7. Risk and health management of large marine vertebrates under human care  - SSD: VET/08 - Docente titolare: Manuel Garcia Hartmann
  8. Pharmacology and Toxicology  - SSD: VET/07 - Docente titolare: Annalisa Zaccaroni
  9. Diseases of large marine vertebrates  - SSD: VET/06 - Docente titolare: Andrea Gustinelli
  10. Management of strandings  - SSD: VET/08 - Docente titolare: Manuel Garcia Hartmann
  11. International legislation on large marine vertebrates  - SSD: VET/08 - Docente titolare: Angelo Peli
  12. Ethology and behaviour of large marine vertebrates  - SSD: BIO/07 - Docente titolare: Kathleen Dudzinski
  13. Welfare of large marine vertebrates  - SSD: BIO/05 - Docente titolare: Manuel Garcia Hartmann
  14. Pathology of large marine vertebrates  - SSD: VET/03 - Docente titolare: Barbara Bacci

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