Course introduction

Are you ready to embark on a career that blends modern medicine with cutting-edge technologies? The master’s degree Course in Medicine and Surgery taught in English with a Technology focus is the one for you! This unique course provides a solid scientific foundation and theoretical-practical training to become a competent and up-to-date medical professional, able to interact productively with professionals from the world of technology and innovation applied to health, to the well-being and care of the individual.

With a path of 12 semesters, 36 integrated courses and 360 credits overall, the master’s degree Course is divided into six years of study, 60 of which dedicated to the development of specific professional skills. Teaching takes place with compulsory attendance of theoretical lessons, exercises and internships. The profit checks, passed positively, give the right to the acquisition of the corresponding credits.

The master’s degree Course in Medicine and Surgery with a technological focus differs from the traditional Degree Course in Medicine and Surgery due to its attention to new technologies with a high applicative impact on preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic activities. Graduates will acquire in-depth knowledge of cutting-edge technologies such as precision medicine, big data, artificial intelligence, telemedicine, e-health, biodevices, nanotechnologies, robotics and 3D printing.

With these skills, the Graduate will not only become an expert user of modern technologies applied to the various fields of Medicine, but also an active collaborator in the design of new and innovative technologies to solve global medical challenges, in cooperation with Master Graduates in the different sectors of Engineering.

Ultimately, the master’s degree Course in Medicine and Surgery taught in English with a "future" and "tech" focus aims to train a European professional-level doctor and surgeon, equipped with transversal, interprofessional and integrated knowledge, oriented towards health problems, to well-being and care, with training aimed at the medical challenges of the future and the needs of the Mediterranean area.