Part time Master Degrees in Optometry 2020 in Europe
Optometry is a specialty in the healthcare industry concerned with visual acuity. A student interested in this field may expect both course work and clinical experience to become proficient in examining, diagnosing, and treating vision problems.
Europe is, by convention, one of the world's seven continents. Comprising the western most point of Eurasia, Europe is usually divided from Asia by the watershed divides of the Ural and Caucasus Mountains, the Ural River, the Caspian and Black Seas, and the waterways connecting the Black and Aegean Seas.
The professional Master's programme Optometry (Clinical) offers multidisciplinary studies based on visual science and contemporary primary vision care.
Study location: Latvia, Riga
Type: Postgraduate, full-time, part-time
Nominal duration: 2 years (120 ECTS), full-time; 2.5 years (120 ECTS), part-time
Study language: English
Awards: Master (Professional Master Degree in Clinical Optometry, qualification “Optometrist”)
Accreditation: Study programme is accredited
The professional Master's programme Optometry (Clinical) offers multidisciplinary studies based on visual science and contemporary primary vision care. The professional qualification of the graduates meets the professional standard Optometrist and is equivalent to that received in the UK, USA and Norway.
Students of the programme acquire both professional skills in primary vision care (optometry) and academic knowledge in vision science, which allows them to enrol in the doctoral programme....
This education provides biomedical and specialized ocular sciences at the advanced level to formulate a differential diagnosis and to make evidence-based management plans
Master’s degree in Health Care, Clinical Optometry (MOptom)
Application 8-22 January 2020
Tuition 10 000€/ Academic year
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Master's degree in Health Care, Clinical Optometry (MOptom)
Life expectancy has increased dramatically in recent decades. Healthcare priorities shift from infection and acute care to chronic disease care and the management of disabilities. These circumstances begin to challenge health care systems and providers. Increased health care costs drive the need for diverse public health strategies. Future eye care needs specialized clinical professionals who are skilled to work in multidisciplinary health care teams. Become Master of Health Care, Clinical Optometry at Oamk!...