January 2018 - December 2018
7.500,00 €/ Curso
Iñigo Mujica, PhD Former Director of Research and Development of Athletic Club de Bilbao, Former Physiologist of Spanish Swimmer Federation.
Per Aagaard, PhD Professor at the University of Southern Denmark. Renowned physiologist and biomechanist in the área of neuromuscular and biomechanical adaptations induced by training and detraining.
Jens Bangsbo, PhD Professor at the University of Copenhagen. Former assisntant coach to Juventus, F.C. (2001-2004) and the Danish National Football Team (EURO2004).
Brad Schoenfield, PhD Professor at Lehman College in New York City. Reknowned author and expert it fitness, nutrition, rehabilition medicine, physiotherapy, and sports medicine.
UCAM's Master in High Performance Sports is one of the few graduate programs recognized in the world by NSCA (National Strength and Conditioning Association). This means that our program is a unique opportunity for students to become the most qualified individuals on the market when it comes to high performance sports. Students have the ability to earn the NSCA-CPT or the NSCA-CSCS credentials, which ultimatley opens future doors both professionally and financially for our graduates.
With the acquired skills and knowledge obtained in the Master's program, students can begin / resume their professions in the following work areas:
UCAM has two research centres in High Performance Sport on campus and in La Manga Club, where students use to put into practice the content they learn in the master. These research centres assist 80 UCAM Olympic athletes, among them Mireia Belmonte (Olympic Swimming Medalist), Miguel Angel Lopez (athlete), Mario Mola (triathlete), as well as the UCAM Murcia Basketball Club (ACB) and UCAM Murcia Football Club (Second Division B) with their preparation, training and enhancement in their athletic performance.
The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) is the world-leading membership organization for thousands of elite strength coaches, personal trainers and dedicated researchers and educators.