The Bachelor’s Degree in Physiotherapy (qualification required for the profession of physiotherapist) intends to provide solid cultural and methodological preparation in disciplines relating to physiotherapy and rehabilitation. This will allow graduates to become healthcare professionals that will be able to take ownership of their profession and act with professional autonomy, towards individuals and the community, in completing activities designed to ensure prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and functional evaluation, in order to practise the skills set out in the relevant professional profile.
The Bachelor’s Degree in Dental Hygiene is oriented to provide a solid cultural and methodological preparation in the dental hygiene disciplines with a strong practical connotation that will allow graduates to immediately enter the final professional qualification examination on the labor market with full mastery of the techniques and of the treatments inherent to his professional figure. The student's operational contact with patients from the first year of the course is strategic to allow the graduate full operational autonomy as soon as the course is finished.
The Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing allows students to apply for further high education programs as Post-Graduate Diplomas (first level Diplomas according to the Italian national legislation) and/or Master Degree programs both in Milano-Bicocca and in other Universities in the Country.
The Bachelor’s Degree in Midwifery (qualification required for the profession of midwife) intends to provide solid cultural and methodological preparation in the core disciplines relevant to the professional skills required to be a midwife. Students also development knowledge in the fields of human sciences, IT and statistics, ethics and deontology and English. A particular emphasis is placed in the study of specific content regarding neonatal obstetrical and gynaecological sciences, knowledge of which will allow graduates to take ownership over and act with professional autonomy as regards the skills set out in the professional profile for midwifery.
Biomedical Laboratory techniques
The Bachelor’s Degree in Biomedical Laboratory techniques (qualification required for the profession of Biomedical Laboratory technician) intends to provide solid cultural and methodological preparation in laboratory diagnostics in the fields of Clinical Biochemistry, Clinical Molecular Biology, Microbiology, Haematology, Anatomy and Pathology, Toxicology, Blood Transfusion, Veterinary Practice and Biomedical Research.
Imaging and Radiotherapy techniques
The Bachelor’s Degree in Imaging and Radiotherapy techniques (qualification required for the profession of Imaging and Radiotherapy technician) intends to provide solid cultural and methodological preparation in Diagnostic Imaging in the field of:
- Traditional Radiology
- Computer Tomography
- Magnetic Resonance
- Health Physics
- Radiotherapy and Nuclear Medicine.
Childhood neuro and psycomotricity
The Bachelor’s Degree in Childhood Neuro and Psycomotricity aims to train healthcare operators who take ownership of their actions and work with professional autonomy to promote prevention, treatment, habilitation, rehabilitation and procedures relating to the functional evaluation of childhood and adolescent patients suffering from neuromotor, psycomotor and neuropsychological disorders.