A master degree is a type of graduate qualification that allows students to become specialists in their chosen fields. Designed for those who have previously completed a bachelor's degree, these programs are about two years in length.
Osteopathy studies may incorporate lectures and clinical experiences used to teach students about the musculoskeletal system. Understanding the structure and function of this system can prepare students to evaluate patients and perform treatments such as targeted stretching and strengthening of joints and muscles.
A MOst is an undergraduate integrated Masters degree. It enables students with no previous experience to transition to a fully fledged independent practitioner in just 4
Do you want to be in a profession where you get daily job satisfaction from helping others?
Are you interested in understanding how the body works?
Are you enthusiastic and motivated to learn a new discipline?
Do you have a holistic view of the body and health?
Would being an independent practitioner suit your career aspirations?
Do you enjoy working ‘hands-on’ with people?
If you answer yes to any of the above, then a career in osteopathy might be for you.
A MOst is an undergraduate integrated Masters degree. It enables students with no previous experience to transition to a fully fledged independent practitioner in just 4 years (or 5/6 years of part-time study for Home/EU students)....