Exercise Science for Healthy Life Scienza dell'attività fisica per il benessere

General information

Classification of Scholarly Field LM-67 Sport science for prevention and rehabilitation
Application and Admission Open with entry requirements examination. How to apply.
Course Duration 2 years
Course Attendance Mandatory
Course Language Italian
Course Location via Celoria, 20 - Milano
via Golgi,  19 - Milano
via Colombo,  71 - Milano
via Kramer,  4/a - Milano
via Pascal,  36 - Milano
via V. Peroni, 21 - Milano
LITA via F.lli Cervi, 93 - Segrate (MI)
Training: Centro Sportivo Comunale "Saini" - via Corelli 136 - Milano
Head of Studies Giampietro Alberti
Course Website Programme Description



Course Objectives

The course is designed to train specialists in motor activity targeted at the promotion, control, prevention and maintenance of appropriate active lifestyles which promote the functional development of both healthy individuals and those suffering from chronic diseases.

Graduates are also trained to engage in the maintenance of fitness levels post-injury and in rehabilitation programmes for the complete recovery of physical fitness.

In particular, graduates are qualified to engage in fitness activities with both healthy individuals and those with functional limitations, in the different stages of childhood, adolescence, adulthood and old age, through technical, methodological and organisational competences.



Career and Employment

On the strength of their technical, didactic and scientific competences in the design, planning and control of physical activities of a recreational, educational and sporting nature, in both public and private facilities, graduates are qualified to assist healthcare staff and to work independently in the field of preventive and protective healthcare.

Graduates can engage in the following professional occupations:

  • fitness
  • motor activities suitable for various age ranges
  • motility for the elderly
  • movement as a way of handling chronic diseases connected with sedentary and inactive lifestyles
  • motor activity for the recovery of functionality following hypoactivity, also as a result of traumas or illness
  • motor activity and sports for disabled persons.