Master's Degree in Nursing Applied to Pre-Hospital Emergency Care (MIA-EE)
To earn the master's degree, students must successfully complete a total of 60 ECTS credits. Students must attend at least 80% of the theory classes and 100% of the workshops to earn the degree. Students must attend 100% of the practicum. The master's degree final project (TFM) must be submitted in writing and defended orally before an assessment committee.
The programme consists of 15 thematic blocks and 65 theory modules, 7 practical workshops, one master's degree final research project, Advanced Life Support (ALS) Course certification, Adult Trauma Life Support (ATLS) certification, and a practicum in several areas: emergency medical system (EMS) advanced life support (ALS) units; firefighting and prevention and rescue service (BCN firefighters); hospital urgent care units; etc.
|Class hours:||31 ECTS credits|
|Practicum:||8 ECTS credits|
|Master's degree final project||10 ECTS credits|
|Workshops:||6 ECTS credits|
|Advanced Life Support (ALS) + Adult Trauma Life Support (ATLS):||5 ECTS credits|
|Total||60 ECTS credits|
- Attendance of 80% of the classes.
- Attendance of 100% of the workshops.
- Attendance of 100% of the practicum.
- Module knowledge tests.
- Self-assessment of attitudes, skills and active online participation by subject.
- Rubric-based assessment of the practicum.
- Rubric-based assessment of the master's degree final project.