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Student profile:The ideal student profile is double. On the one hand, a professional with experience in occupational risk prevention, or recent graduates who wish to have access an enabling professional education in the world of occupational risk prevention.
Official Degree: Master's Degree in Occupational Risk Prevention and Compliance Officer
Center responsible: School of Social Sciences
Branch of knowledge: Social and Legal Sciences
Openings available: 200
Total Credits:90 credits.
Academic year in which it was implemented: 2015-2016
Duration: 1 year. From October to June
Type of Education: Online
The Master's Degree in Occupational Risk Prevention responds to a real demand in the labor market, with the help of expert professionals, since the Master's Degree has a teaching staff formed by professors and professionals with real experience in the area.
This exclusive program is taught online, which guarantees that each student can establish the learning pace that best suits them. In no case will it be necessary to travel anywhere.
This master's degree has been designed so that the participant obtains all the necessary knowledge that enables him/her to develop his/her professional work in an appropriate manner and with a guarantee of success. The future Nebrija technician in prevention will have a global vision of the preventive activity in all its areas.
In the classroom attendance modality, it combines the professors' lectures with practical workshops and meetings with professionals. The case method and group projects will also be used, as well as their subsequent defense in class, both individually and collectively.
Nebrija University's online methodology is based on the promotion of collaborative learning, in which the student becomes the center of learning.
The student will be able to find all the necessary material to study the master's degree through the virtual learning platform, subject materials, teaching calendar, realization of each subject's projects, notifications, etc. In addition, he/she can be in permanent contact with his/her professors.
Nebrija University's online modality allows the student greater flexibility when carrying out their university Master's or post-master's degree studies. This flexibility is determined by a greater study load by distance learning, combined with a series of in-person sessions or tutorials. Thus, the student has the convenience of studying without the obligation of attendance, and without losing the personal relationship with the Nebrija professor.
Studying this Master's degree means the automatic recognition of the credits taken in order to access the Doctorate Programs of Spanish universities.Read Less
Reduced number of students and personalized monitoring of each student, which allows one to achieve academic excellence, even in distance programs.
Large companies and institutions of the stature of Deloitte, PwC, Garrigues, Santander and KPMG guarantee the quality of this program and offer professional internships to our students.
Making work and personal life compatible is easy with our online learning process.
BOE No. 307, of December 24, 2015
All our degrees and curricula have been prepared in accordance with the new guidelines set by current legislation, having already been verified by the National Agency for Quality Assessment.
The student must take 90 credits
In accordance with R.D 1393/2007, the general competences proposed in the curriculum must allow students to:
These focus on a series of specific competences, which in one way or another are embedded within these:
This Master's degree is entirely focused on professional practice. Thus, once the program is completed, the student will have been trained to perform the functions of:
Nebrija University's School of Social Sciences celebrates its Business Week with important guests such as the politician Josep Borrell and the economist Daniel Lacalle.