Curriculum (German only) (PDF, 182KB) 15.09.2021
Description of Modules
|A||Anatomy||Anatomy of the face relevant to aesthetic procedures |
Participants will gain an in-depth knowledge of structural and functional facial anatomy by dividing the face into the following key zones: Upper Face, Midface, Lower Face, and Neck. Pitfalls and pearls will be demonstrated using best- and worst-case scenarios of clinical cases.
|B||Physiology||Cutaneous Physiology, Healing, Scarring & Aging |
Participants will gain an understanding of skin physiology and age-related skin changes, both externally visible and those that accumulate at the cellular level.
|C||Psychology and mental health||Patient psychology and counselling sessions |
This module covers the fundamentals and key practical skills on the psychological aspects of patients seeking aesthetic treatment and how to guide patients through a consultation.
|D||Aesthetic Treatments||Minimal-Invasive and Aesthetic Treatments |
This module introduces basic knowledge and practical key skills in the latest cutting-edge techniques of minimally invasive aesthetic treatments using stand-alone methods such as injection, thread and neuromodulators.
|E||Aesthetic Treatments 2||Advanced & Combined Treatments |
During the module, participants will learn how to maximize a result, reduce downtime and increase patient satisfaction through the independent application of advanced techniques and the combined approach of modern aesthetic facials (injectable, platelet-rich plasma, stromal vascular fraction, threads, neuromodulators).
|F||Regenerative treatments||Regenerative Treatments & Cosmetics |
During the module, participants will learn how to enhance the effect of minimally invasive rejuvenation techniques with modern energy-based devices and the application of tailor-made cosmeceuticals.
|G||Business Administration||Business Administration and Organisational Management |
Within the framework of this module, the participants develop the planning, organizational and calculatory foundations of institutional business administration. Formal-mathematically modeled and empirically analyzed findings of basic research are applied to concrete examples of practice for problem solving within organizations. Through the theoretical principles of functional business administration, interdisciplinary analysis and decision-making are also dealt with
|H||Human Resources||The module deals with the essential principles and instruments of effective management methods with a special focus on systems theoretical analysis. Particular attention is paid to the effectiveness of the management of (dysfunkational) dynamics both within individuals and within teams. Possible solutions are evaluated on the basis of evidence-based management models |
Quality assurance, Ethics, Communication, Marketing
|I||Quality Management||The module deals with methodologies and processes of quality assurance, ethics and how to communicate effectively through essential marketing principles The participants receive the theoretical foundations of off- and online marketing instruments and concepts completed by the latest findings of applied research and literature from the field. To ensure sustainable success and at the same time to ensure ethical and quality standards in your practice.||6|
|J||Internship||The participants acquire the necessary practical experience and apply the knowledge acquired in the previous nine modules in a clinical environment.||6|
|K||Scientific work||In this seminar, the basics of scientific work and good scientific practice are taught. Furthermore, the seminar also includes the thematic blocks on statistics, literature research and the scientific basis for the development of the master's thesis. Finally, this module covers competences in medical writing in preparation for the writing of publications in peer reviewed journals and relevant specialist magazines.||20|
- The course is separated into 4 semesters with a total of 60 ECTS credits in the first ten modules. Taking into account the module for the scientific work (10 ECTS credits), the master thesis (19 ECTS credits), the thesis defense (0.5 ECTS credits) as well as the final examination by the board (0.5 ECTS credits), graduates complete the course with a total of 90 ECTS credits.
- The maximum duration of the course is 8 semesters, which is determined through the scheduled period of study with an addition of 4 semesters. If a student does not graduate within the indicated time, their admission to the university course expires.
- Parts of the theoretical modules are offered through distance learning (e.g. E-Learning, asynchronous work sessions).
- The university course is run on a part-time basis. Courses can also be taught outside of normal teaching hours.