Health Sciences

The Alma Mater Europaea - ECM graduate Health Sciences program trains current and future health professionals from a variety of disciplines by developing and enhancing research, evaluative and planning skills.

Current challenges facing health care systems worldwide offer a wide array of opportunities for health sciences professions to improve approaches to health care. Guided and mentored by the Alma Mater Europaea - ECM faculty, you will develop strong research skills and discover new knowledge and novel ways of solving problems. In the second year of the study program students choose a specialty from four modules: Physical therapy, Nursing, Public health or Integrative health sciences.

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  Course ECTS
Total per year 60
Total per study program 120
1. semester
1 Research, research methods and statistics 10
2 Ethical approach and communication skills in health care 10
3 Public health 5
4 Quality and safety in health care 5
Total 30
2. semester
5 Health legislation with emphasis on patient rights 5
6 Preventive methods in health care 10
7 Mental health 10
8 Health care demography 5
Total 30


  Course ECTS
Total per year 60
Total per study program 120
3. semester
9 Scientific writing and qualitative research methods in health care 10
10 Mandatory course from selected module 1 5
11 Mandatory course from selected module 2 5
12 Elective course 1 5
13 Elective course 2 5
Total 30
4. semester
14 Elective course 3 5
15 Master thesis 25
Total 30


  MODULE Physical Theraoy – mandatory courses  
1 Rehabilitation 6
2 Manual medicine and manual therapy 6
  MODULE Nursing - mandatory courses  
1 Healthy lifestyle education 6
2 Modern patient treatment theories from the nursing perspective 6
  MODULE Public health - mandatory courses  
1 Healthy lifestyle education 6
2 Public health epidemology 6
  MODULE Integrative health sciences – mandatory courses  
1 Integrative and complementary medicine forms 6
2 Scientific approach in integrative health sciences 6


1 Stress in health care and supervision 5
2 Modern approaches in the field of geriatric health care 5
3 Employee career development and coaching 5
4 Health care system and processes management 5
5 Complementary forms in health care 5
6 Acupuncture and traditional chinese medicine 5
7 Information – quantum technology in health care 5
8 Body and mind medicine 5
9 Rehabilitation 5
10 Manual medicine and manual health care 5
11 Healthy lifestyle education 5
12 Modern patient treatment theories from the nursing perspective 5
13 Public health epidemology 5
14 Scientific approach in integrative health sciences 5
15 Integrative and complementary medicine forms 5
16 Selected sections from human functional anatomy 5
17 Integrative oncology 5




Graduate: Health Sciences


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Prof. Dr. med. Vladimir Trajkovski is born in Skopje, Macedonia in 1968. He is full professor in Autism Spectrum Disorders, Human Genetics, Physiology and Functional Anatomy, and Medical Aspects of Disability at the University of “Ss. Cyril and Methodius”, where he works 24 years within the Faculty of Philosophy, Institute of Special Education and Rehabilitation. He is the founder in 2000 and president of Macedonian Scientific Society for Autism since 2005 ( He teaches on undergraduate and postgraduate courses within the University and supervises PhD and MA students in Macedonia. Subject Autism in the postgraduate curricula at the Faculty of Philosophy was introduced by him in 2004. He has published widely on autism spectrum disorders and he was editor-in-chief of Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation since November 2008 until September 2017. Since April 2018, he is Editor-in-chief of the Journal for ReAttach Therapy and Developmental Diversities (

His research interests are genetic and physiological aspects of autism spectrum disorders, but he has also published in the fields of human genetics and medical aspects of disability.

He is on the list of DAN doctors in USA. Moreover, Dr. Vladimir Trajkovski has been actively involved in the organisation, management and promotion of numerous trainings and workshops for professionals working in the field of disability. He participated in more than 100 seminars, congresses, symposia and conferences at home and abroad.

His most important works is worth mentioning: "Manual of Human Genetics" (2003), monograph "Autism" (2004), textbooks "Human genetics" (2005), "Medical Basis of Disability (2008)" Physiology and Functional Anatomy (2009), "Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders (2011), “Human Genetics and Physiology” (2018), “Supporting social skills and positive parenting: Manual for
parents of children with autism spectrum conditions and professionals in
their circle of support” (2020). He was co-author of e-book entitled: “Autism: is there a place for ReAttach therapy" published in Italy (2018). For his great engagement in the field, he was awarded in November 2018 as one of the best scientist in 2017 in the field of medicine and health sciences at University of “Ss. Cyril and Methodius”.

He is an active member of the Autism Europe, member of the European Association of Service Providers for People with disabilities, member of the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities. He is member of editorial boards for Insights on Learning Disabilities, Bulgarian Journal of Communication Disorders, Belgrade Special Education School, The Open Access Journal of Science and Technology, HUMAN, etc. He takes a part in 18 domestic and mainly international projects. He published around 105 articles in domestic and international peer reviewed scientific and academic journals.

He speaks and understands English and all former Yugoslavian languages profoundly. His skills about Microsoft Office programs, internet communication and social media are on excellent level.


Most experts agree that major advances in the improvement of health in the future will not come from new medical breakthroughs or cures, but rather from the broader development and application of population-based prevention programs. The Alma Mater Europaea - ECM master's program in Health sciences aims to develop a dynamic, vital, and productive community of future leading health sciences professionals.

All our lectures are filmed and e-learning supported. You can watch them in live stream and re-run them at home as many times as you like.


The Alma Mater Europaea - ECM master’s program in Health sciences prepares graduates for roles in a wide variety of public and regulatory agencies, in profit and not-for-profit private health agencies, and in health services research. Career opportunities are available in settings such as:

  • Hospitals and health centers
  • General and specialized clinics
  • Health resorts
  • Healthcare institutions
  • Research institutions
  • Retirement facilities
  • DURATION: 4 semesters / 2 years
  • TITLE: Master of Health Sciences
  • LOCATION: Slovenia
  • START DATES: October

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