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More about the study programme

After the Bachelor degree you’ll study for 2 additional years in order to become a Master of Clinical Biomechanics. The tuition is both practical- and theoretical-oriented and consists of tuition for 6 subjects:

  • General Diagnostics 
  • Image Diagnostics  
  • Clinical Biomechanics 
  • Radiography
  • Clinical Pharmacology
  • Clinic Internship
  • Master's thesis 

In General Diagnostics you’ll learn to make a diagnosis based on case histories of certain subject matters. You’ll work in small groups and your knowledge from the biomedical line will be integrated with pathology and clinical experience from experts in the field. In the subject “Radiography” you’ll learn to take x-rays on professional and up-to-date equipment. The tuition of Image Diagnostics focuses on the interpretation of various types of image diagnostics materials, e.g. x-rays, MRI scans, CT scans and ultrasound scans. 

During the Master's degree programme several clinic internships are also included. The main internship will take place in one of the Danish back care centres where you’ll assess patients in an interdisciplinary environment. During your clinic internship you’ll also end up at various hospital departments and in private chiropractic practices. You’ll be trained to record case histories, make surveys, diagnose, provide treatment plans and perform supervised treatment of a wide range of patients with problems of the musculoskeletal system.   

If you want to know more, you can read through the curriculum for the Master's degree programme in Clinical Biomechanics.

You can also read more about the  Bachelor's degree programme  in Clinical Biomechanics.

Last Updated 05.12.2019