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New Official University Degrees Approved for Implementation in the Canary Islands

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New Official University Degrees Approved for Implementation in the Canary Islands

The Government Council in the Canary Islands has approved the implementation of seven new official university degrees, including three degrees, three masters, and two doctorates. These degrees will be offered by three universities in the Canary Islands. The University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC) will offer one of the doctoral programs, while the rest of the degrees will be offered by two private centers.

Some of the newly approved degrees include Medicine from the European University of the Canary Islands, as well as degrees in Digital Creation, Animation, Video Game Development, and Physiotherapy from Mid-Atlantic University. The Executive, at the proposal of the Minister of Universities, Science, and Innovation and Culture, Migdalia Machín, authorized the implementation of the teachings leading to obtaining the official university degree of Doctorate Program in Legal and Social Sciences at the ULPGC.

Additionally, the University of the Mid-Atlantic will offer the university master’s degree in Critical Care Nursing Care and Health Emergencies, Neurorehabilitation, and the Doctorate Program in Educational Sciences. The European University of the Canary Islands will offer the degree in Medicine and the university master’s degree in Integrated Management Systems.

The government also highlighted that the approval of the new degrees has received favorable reports from the Canary Islands University Council and the Canarian Agency for University Quality and Educational Evaluation, in accordance with the law on Social Councils and Coordination of the University System of the Canary Islands. The implementation and suppression of teachings leading to the obtaining of official university degrees, valid throughout the national territory, are agreed upon by decree of the Government of the Canary Islands.

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