Double Bachelor’s Degree in Physiotherapy + Physical Activity and Sports Sciences

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    Subjects

    Physiotherapy + Physical Activity and Sports Sciences

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    Year 2

    SubjectConsulta guíaSemesterECTSLanguage of InstructionType

    Biostatistics and Computing

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    First

    6

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    B

    Fundamentals of Biology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology

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    6

    eu

    B

    Fundamentals of Physiotherapy

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    First

    6

    eu

    O

    Fundamentals of Water Activities

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    6

    eu

    O

    Human Anatomy and Physiology I

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    First

    6

    eu

    B

    Psychology

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    First

    6

    eu

    B

    Biopsychosocial Care in Physiotherapy

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    second

    6

    eu

    B

    Clinical Assessment and Simulation

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    second

    6

    eu

    O

    Communication, Interpersonal Skills and Simulation

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    second

    6

    eu

    B

    Fundamentals of Group Sports I

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    second

    6

    eu

    O

    Human Anatomy and Physiology II

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    second

    6

    eu

    B

    Introduction to Research Methodology

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    second

    6

    en-eu

    B

    SubjectConsulta guíaSemesterECTSLanguage of InstructionType

    General Principles of Learning and Teaching

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    6

    eu

    B

    General Procedures for Physiotherapy Intervention I

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    First

    6

    eu

    O

    Human Anatomy and Physiology III

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    First

    6

    eu

    B

    Medical and Surgical Conditions and their Treatments I

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    6

    eu

    O

    Physics and Biomechanics applied to Physiotherapy

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    6

    en-eu

    B

    Physiotherapy in Clinical Specialties I

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    First

    6

    eu

    O

    A Critical Approach to Social Issues

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    second

    6

    eu-es

    O

    Citizens for Social Change

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    second

    6

    es

    O

    Civic Engagement and Values

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    second

    6

    es

    O

    East and West: Great Religious Traditions

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    second

    6

    eu

    O

    General Procedures for Physiotherapy Intervention II

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    second

    6

    eu

    O

    Globalisation, Citizenship and Intercultural Competence

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    second

    6

    en-eu

    O

    Introduction to International Humanitarian Aid

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    second

    6

    es

    O

    Kinesitherapy. Principles of Physical Activity and Therapeutic Exercise

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    second

    6

    eu

    O

    Motor Play

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    second

    6

    eu

    O

    Practicum I

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    second

    6

    eu

    E

    Specific Methods in Physiotherapy I and Simulation

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    second

    6

    eu

    O

    The Experience of God: A Christian Approach

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    6

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    O

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    Course syllabus

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    Physiotherapy + Physical Activity and Sports Sciences

    Studying at Deusto

    Students will be able to acquire competences in a logical time progression, moving from core skills to specific skills. In this way, you will acquire the necessary skills to become a professional in Physiotherapy and Physical Activity and Sport Sciences. You will work on various competences in the following modules:

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    Core training

    During the first two years, you will study the basic knowledge of Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology, Evaluation, Research, Communication Skills, etc., which will serve as a continuous and transversal complement to other subjects.

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    Specific training Physiotherapy

    In the Physiotherapy degree, you will study pathologiesspecific therapeutic methodologies and their practical applicationby specialty and semester. In this way, learning is organised in a structured and logical way. 

     

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    Physical Activity and Sports Sciences Specific training

    Year after year you will studysubjects specific to the Bachelor's Degree in Physical Activity and Sport Sciences: physical activity and sports teaching, sports training, physical activity and health, sports management and recreation, etc.

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    Human Education in Values

    Biopsychosocial healthcare, communication skills development, training in legislation and professional ethics are intended to provide values education that is of great importance for this profession.

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    Elective subjects

    It is made up of a range of subjects that respond to specific populations at different stages of the life cycle and others specific to Physiotherapy:paediatrics, uro-gynaecology, geriatrics, sports physio, etc.

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    External internships and Undergraduate Final Year Project

    You will have the opportunity to do 1000 hours of clinical practice in various centres with the support of a tutor. In fourth year, you will do the Physiotherapy Final Year Project and in fifth year, the final project for the Physical Activity and Sports Sciences degree. Both will help you to demonstrate everything you have learnt. 

    A practical and dynamic learning method

    Deusto learning model (MAUD)

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    Experiential context

    We know that we learn from experience. Therefore, at Deusto, our starting point is students’ previous knowledge.

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    Reflective observation

    Once these preliminary outlines have been established, it is essential to observe them and also to question them.

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    Conceptualisation

    We compare our previous knowledge with written theory on the subject.

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    Active learning

    Learning needs not only to understand that theory but to put it into practice. To this end, activities, exercises, practices, projects and/or research work are carried out, where each student applies different skills.

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    Assessment

    Finally, the assessment process involves reflection on what the student has learned and evaluation of the work completed.

    LIVING AND STUDYING ABROAD

    INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE

    Inyour third year, if you meet the academic and language requirements, you will be able to access an international mobility experience for a full academic year. Mobility will be for one semester according to the agreements signed with each institution. Thus, in addition to gaining knowledge of another culture, you will learn to adapt to new situations and develop your language skills.

    Within the mobility programmes we can highlight the ERASMUS + (international mobility) and SICUE (national mobility) programmes. 

    Find out more about mobility programmes and destinations

    Erasmus +

    SICUE

    Non-Erasmus bilateral places

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    Demonstrate what you have learnt

    Undergraduate Final Year Project

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    Demonstrate what you have learnt

    Undergraduate Final Year Project

    In the double degree, you will do two Final Degree Projects: in 4th year, the Physiotherapy Project (6 ECTS) and in 5th year the Physical Activity and Sports Sciences  Project (6 ECTS). The Final Project is a report or original study that you will have to carry out personally under the supervision of a tutor, who will guide you and facilitate your learning.

    They are compulsory and are defended publicly in the second semester of the fourth and fifth years. To enrol in 4th year, you must have completed, or at least enrolled for all of the core and compulsory subjects in the programme syllabus.

    The Faculty of Psychology and Education will determine the topics, according to the nature of each degree. 

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    Calendar and timetable

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    Academic calendar: 2021-2022

    Official academic calendar.

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    Timetables 2022-2023 first semester

    *Provisional timetables subject to change.

    First year (first semester)

    Second year (first semester)

    Third year (first semester)

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    Timetables 2022-2023 second semester

    *Provisional timetables subject to change.

    First year (second semester)

    Second year (second semester)

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    Academic regulations

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    Academic regulations

    It is important to know the regulations governing undergraduate degree programmes. They contain full information about the number of exam sessions you are allowed to sit, requirements to continue in the degree programme (minimum number of credits you must pass per year, moving on to the next year of study, maximum time allowed to complete the degree….), regulations for recognition of credits and the General Academic Regulations.

    You can see all the academic regulations on the Academic Regulations section on the Deusto student website you can consult all the academic regulations.