PROGRAM STRUCTURE

por Leonardo Oliveira de Almeida publicado 08/05/2018 15h27, última modificação 08/05/2018 15h29

Areas of Concentration


Biodynamics

Biodynamic concentration area seeks the production of knowledge related to organic adaptations of individuals in physical exercise and sports; It intends to adhere so integrated the Human Movement and Health, also including basic and applied research on rehabilitation and the study of sport in its multiple interfaces.


Human Movement and its relationship with the Culture and Education  

The area of Human Movement concentration and its relationship with the Culture and Education seeks to understand the educational and pedagogical sense in many situations, sports practices, fights, dances, gymnastics and motor activities and associations the quality of life and leisure. It covers socio-cultural investigations of Human Movement, appropriating the theoretical framework of human sciences and philosophy to address their ethical, aesthetic and socio-cultural aspects focusing on the culture

 

Research lines

  • Evaluation and Functional Rehabilitation

Research Line - Assessment and Functional Rehabilitation - to study human movement and its potential for the development of methods and

techniques of assessment and intervention related to neuromuscular plasticity and neuromotor development, cardiovascular, respiratory, muscular; sport, dance, fight and other bodily manifestations. It also includes animal models.

  • Physiology and Athletic Training

Research Line - Physiology and Athletic Training - Analyze training models and / or intervention and investigate biological signals in systems: muscular, cardiovascular, respiratory, cutaneous and related linked to physical activity, sports performance, Paralympic sports and functional recovery, both in model animals and humans.

  • Movement Education and Leisure

Research Line - Movement and Leisure Pedagogy - investigate the pedagogy of the movement in different contexts, both formal and non-formal, such as schools, clubs, hospitals, gyms, rehabilitation institutions. Study the movement considering their socio-cultural inclusion, in its relations with leisure, educational processes and public policy interventions, highlighting the interfaces with the sports physical content of leisure, with special emphasis on Brazilian reality.

  • Human Movement in Community Health

Research Line - Human Movement in Community Health - Discuss etiological aspects and public health; analyze evaluative programs, preventive and intervention in health and promoting quality of life through human movement.


Curricular structure

The duration of the MASTER course is 24 months.

To obtain the Master's degree in Human Movement Sciences, the student must complete thirty (30) credits in formal academic activities, considering the requirements of the course and distributed as follows:

  • 21 credits in courses with three (3) credits each, including (s) subject (s) required (s);
    • 03 credits in supervised activities;
    • 06 credits in guidance / dissertation defense.



Subjects

BASES EPISTEMOLOGICAL OF HUMAN MOVEMENT SCIENCE

ADJUSTMENTS TO THE SYSTEM OF MUSCLE INJURY AND THE AGING 

LEARNING AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT

MOVEMENT ASSESSMENT HUMAN ORGANIC AND ANSWERS TO TRAINING

EVALUATION FUNCTIONAL CARDIORESPIRATORY SYSTEM

ELECTIVE BIOENERGETIC AND INJURY MARKERS

DEVELOPMENT ENGINE INFANT 

ELECTROMYOGRAPHY APPLIED TO THE MOTION STUDY HUMAN

INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN MOTION PERFORMANCE HUMAN AND HEALTH SPORT

ADAPTED SPORTS, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND RISK POPULATIONSEXPERIMENTS IN ANIMAL MODEL

GENETICS, INTRACELLULAR RESPONSES TO EXERCISE

METHODS AND TECHNIQUES OF RESEARCH IN QUALITY OF LIFE ISSUES AND ITS CROSS

METHODS AND TECHNIQUES FOR HUMAN MOVEMENT ANALYSIS

PLASTICITY NEUROMUSCULAR 

INTERVENTION RELATED CASES THE SYSTEM CARDIORESPIRATORY

COLLECTIVE HEALTH AND HUMAN MOVEMENT 

SEMINAR LECTURE DESIGN IN SPORTS, HUMAN MOTION AND EDUCATION 

SIGNS IN BIOLOGICAL INVOLVED INTERVENTION PHYSIOTHERAPY AND ACTIVITY PHYSICAL PRACTICE

LEISURE THEORY OF CONTEMPORARY AND ITS RELATIONS WITH HUMAN MOVEMENT

TOPICS ON ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION SYSTEM CARDIORESPIRATORY

SPORTS TRAINING 

BIOSTATISTICS

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

METHODOLOGY OF HIGHER EDUCATION

 

Menu disciplines


BASES 
EPISTEMOLOGICAL OF HUMAN MOVEMENT SCIENCE

Epistemology and scientific crisis. Epistemological different proposals in the area of 21 CAPES, Brazil and proposals for similar areas in other countries. theoretical and methodological issues for the construction of knowledge in Human Movement. The Human Movement in the context of modern society. Human Movement and other areas of knowledge.

ADJUSTMENTS TO THE SYSTEM OF MUSCLE INJURY AND THE AGING

Syllabus:

Study of the origin, development and morphology of the muscular system, the main pathological processes and changes related to aging as well as the physiological effects caused by exercise and the therapeutic resources.

LEARNING AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT

Syllabus:

Principles of motor learning; the movement and the different aspects of child development. Theoretical basis of the evaluation of childhood development. Rating for screening and diagnosis. Study of different tests for the evaluation of motor behavior and the environmental assessment.

EDUCATIONAL ASPECTS AND PROCEDURE OF INITIATION, EXPERTISE AND TRAINING

Syllabus:

Study organizers approaches for sports in Sports Pedagogy and relations with the subjects and their expressions by human movement in sport phenomenon contexts.

MOVEMENT ASSESSMENT HUMAN ORGANIC AND ANSWERS TO TRAINING

Syllabus:

Assessment Protocols of organic and motor skills. Responses of cardiorespiratory and neuromuscular systems to exercise and training. Acute and chronic effects of training.

FUNCTIONAL EVALUATION OF THE  CARDIORESPIRATORY SYSTEM

Syllabus:

Study assessment strategies related to the functional performance of the cardiorespiratory system in different population groups.

BIOENERGÉRTICA AND INJURY MARKERS

Syllabus:

Study of the metabolic pathways in different sports. Approach to nutrition metabolism ratio x x performance of human movement in sports practices. We will discuss the trends of the latest research on satellite cells, muscle hypertrophy and hyperplasia. The course will address the biochemical factors involved in muscle damage in response to exercise. cellular changes: structural; in the cell membrane; proteins and DNA. Markers of muscle damage and stress. antioxidant and repair system, analysis method.

BIOSTATISTICS

Syllabus:

Studies and applications of inductive and descriptive statistical methods. Use of computer resources for the application of statistical methods and data.

INFANT ENGINE  DEVELOPMENT

Syllabus:

Study of the motor development in pre-, peri- and postnatal periods. Influences the maturation process of physical growth and the environment in the development of postural control, the fine motor skills and mobility.

DYNAMIC TISSUE AND ADJUSTMENTS TO INTERVENTION

Syllabus:

Study of morphological bases of biological tissues, growth mechanisms, remodeling, aging, degeneration and tissue repair as well as the adaptations involved in the physical therapy intervention processes and physical activity.

INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN MOTION PERFORMANCE HUMAN SPORT

Syllabus:

Discuss the vision of science and its concepts. Survey of texts and research in sports science and health. Discuss the organization and location of the texts in the final drafting of the work. Provide for the organization of the basic texts for the reasoning of the experimental work. Survey and discussion of specific works for motor assessment of human movement and health performance.

ADAPTED SPORTS, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND RISK POPULATIONS

Syllabus:

Opportunities for physical activity in populations at risk: people with disabilities, infancy and childhood, the elderly and people with clinical changes. Care necessary for physical activity in populations at risk.

Paralympic sports.

EXPERIMENTS IN ANIMAL MODEL

Syllabus:

The use of laboratory animals. current legislation, animal ethics and wellness. Biosafety in animal houses. Specific experimental procedures. Morphometric methods, biochemical and molecular analyzes. Ethics Committee on Animal Use, regiment, e formularies resolutions.

GENETICS, INTRACELLULAR RESPONSES TO EXERCISE

Syllabus:

The relationship between genetic information, physical performance and health. cell signaling pathways and adaptive response to exercise in skeletal muscle. Plasticity of muscle tissue forward to exercise. Transcription factors activated by exercise. Interaction steroids, genes and cellular response.

LUDIC, EDUCATION, BODY AND MOVEMENT

Syllabus:

Analysis of the relationship between the playful, understood as culture component, manifested mainly in the field of leisure in contemporary society, and the educational process, focused broadly, with special emphasis on the Brazilian reality, and the professional acting Physical education, in relationships and body movement. Comparative analysis based on the understanding of this relationship (recreational / education) by the "traditional" concepts, "new" and "progressive" the philosophy of  education. Special emphasis will be given to the beginning of school, highlighting the "obligation of impact," the child's culture.

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Syllabus:

The course will discuss the methodology of scientific research emphasizing the main study models in health care, as well as the design and development of the research project.

METHODOLOGY OF HIGHER EDUCATION

Syllabus:

Role of the university: teaching, research and extension. Knowledge: epistemological and political foundations. Planning of pedagogical practices. Assessment of teaching practice and student performance.

METHODS AND TECHNIQUES OF RESEARCH QUALITY OF LIFE ISSUES AND THEIR CROSS

Syllabus:

Methods and research techniques in quality of life and their cross-cutting issues such as smoking, stress, alcohol abuse, sedentary lifestyle, chronic degenerative diseases, food culture, among others.

METHODS AND TECHNIQUES FOR HUMAN MOVEMENT ANALYSIS

Syllabus:

Study of different instruments used to analyze human movement.

PLASTICITY  NEUROMUSCULAR

Syllabus:

Study of the processes involved in different types of adaptation observed after impairment of the nervous and muscular systems, discussing the effects of different forms of intervention that provide improved functional status.

INTERVENTION RELATED CASES THE CARDIORESPIRATORY SYSTEM

Syllabus:

Study of preventive, curative and rehabilitative related to cardiorespiratory system.

COLLECTIVE HEALTH AND HUMAN MOVEMENT

Syllabus:

health promotion concept. public health policies. Unified Health System (SUS). reference teams and matrix support. physical fitness and health assessment. Programs of physical activities.

PROJECT SEMINAR THESIS IN SPORTS, MOVEMENT HUMAN AND EDUCATION

Syllabus:

Study the modalities and research methodologies in Humanities. Group discussion of projects under development in the research line: Pedagogy of the movement and pleasure. collective moment of orientation of the elaborate individual projects.

SIGNS IN BIOLOGICAL INVOLVED INTERVENTION PHYSIOTHERAPY AND PRACTICE

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Study of the physiological processes and their interactions across the different forms of physical therapy intervention, by physical, chemical and mechanical agents and by exercise.

LEISURE THEORY OF CONTEMPORARY AND ITS RELATIONS WITH HUMAN MOVEMENT

Syllabus:

The interdisciplinary study and leisure. multidisciplinary leisure approach: concept, values and content; socio-cultural barriers: animation and cultural participation; relations with the work and processes of industrialization and urbanization. Leisure and classic. Leisure and contemporary. Leisure, Body and Movement.

TOPICS ON ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION CARDIORESPIRATORY SYSTEM

Syllabus:

Study of methodological aspects related to the object of study of research projects, taking into consideration approaches to assessment and intervention in the cardiorespiratory system.

SPORTS TRAINING

Syllabus:

The discipline studies the advanced content of sports training and specific biological systems adjustments and adaptations when subjected to training of different biomotor capabilities. The principles of training will be addressed, as well as sports periodization.

ELECTROMYOGRAPHY APPLIED TO THE STUDY OF HUMAN MOVEMENT

Syllabus:

Visa theoretical and practical knowledge of instrumentation, recording and processing of electromyographic signals in understanding human movement in musculoskeletal disorders and evaluation of intervention techniques.