The offer in the continuing education of L.U.de.S. University is aimed at all those who are interested in integrating or deepen their knowledge on a specific topic by creating, in this way, the opportunities for new professional perspectives.
Many courses are open also to candidates who do not have a university degree.
The courses, usually tied to a specific area of professional activity, allow an interdisciplinary approach by encouraging exchanges of information between different groups of experts and offering the opportunity to create a network of communication among professionals.
The Interfaculty Department for Scientific Research has been established with the aim to harmonize and stimulate scientific research activities already in progress under the Faculty of Medical, Technology and Human Sciences, as well as to promote original research projects designed to exploit in a synergic way the resources and expertise of the University researchers.
The Department is headed by Prof. Franco Combi, executive medical director of FC INTERNAZIONALE - MILANO, assisted by a team of professionals of high scientific value in the prevention and rehabilitation of sports.
The Department aims to promote, support and coordinate studies and researches in the fields of sports rehabilitation, psychology of performance, traumatology, injury prevention in sport, nutrition, reathletization of sportsmen.
In light of recent developments in neuroscience and psychological sciences, the concepts of brain, mind, consciousness, freedom and determinism, human behavior in general and its representation, had a new conceptual orientation, with inevitable consequences on our life.
In other words, though the consciousness will continue to maintain a sort of structural and cultural fluidity, techniques of neuroimaging, that allow the study of brain activity in vivo (fMRI and PET) and psychophysiological techniques, such as the related potential events, magnetoencephalography and transcranial magnetic stimulation, have profoundly changed the relationship between neurophysiology of behavior and human prerogatives (responsibilities, freedom, choices, values ...) or, in overall terms, between biology and culture.
The Department values and promotes a series of topics and a variety of scientific approaches.
The Department provides its employees and students with the availability of modern IT and telecommunication services for their didactic and research activities.
Research and didactic activities concretize not only in the current researches, in the organization of international initiatives, such as meetings, conferences, workshops, promoted in different areas and disciplines, but also through the activation of Ph.D.’s and Courses of High Education.
The courses of the Department intend to provide a solid technical background, which allows the student the understanding and analysis of complex economic reality, stimulating the necessary skills of interpretation and reading of economic scenarios, in order to operationalize the theoretical information.
The Department aims at the study of the sources of normativity, not only legal but also ethical, for the promotion of legal culture, of didactic and research activities in the areas of law and in science related to them, in order to contribute to a genuine and deep-rooted civil society, guided by the progress and advancement of the individual and to improve the quality of individual lives and relationships, founded on law as an expression of the good life.
The Department of Healthcare Sciences, Nutrition and Wellbeing was conceived with the awareness that the ethical, aesthetic and existential lostness that characterizes our current "being in the world" germinates from a deep cultural emptiness, caused by a gradual oblivion of man as a reality of sense.