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General Health Psychology + Clinical Neuropsychology

Programme

  • ECTS credits: 126 ECTS credits
  • Type of programme: Taught sessions, full time.
  • General calendar: Start in September (two academic years)
  • Course venue: University of Deusto, Bilbao campus
  • Faculty: Faculty of Psychology and Education
  • Timetable: Monday – Friday from 3.30-7.30 pm
  • Language: Spanish
  • Number of places: 10 - 15
  • Official Certification: Master’s Degree in General and Health Psychology + Master’s Degree un Clinical Neuropsychology

Master’s Final Project

Two Master’s Final Projects

In this Double Programme, the student must do two Master’s Final Projects:

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3rd and 4th semesters General Health Psychology Master’s Final Project
4th semester Clinical Neuropsychology Master’s Final Project

These projects focus on demonstrating students’ knowledge of research techniques and methodology and their ability to apply them to a specific subject, fulfilling the requirements for a psychology research project. 

  1. Master’s Final Project seminar. Four seminars form part of the MFP subject of the Master’s degree in General Health Psychology. These activities intend to contribute to preparation of the Project and inform students about aspects related to the MFP process. The seminars include an introduction to the MFP; research ethics; writing of scientific projects; and the MFP defence.
  2. MFP topic selection. The MFP topic must be related to the areas studied by the Psychology research teams and groups at the Faculty of Psychology and Education, University of Deusto. Students will elaborate their MFP within the framework of a research team or group.
  3. Supervisor assigned to each student. Students will be supported and monitored by an MFP supervisor. The Principal Investigator of the research team will assign each student a supervisor from the team/group.
  4. Preparation of the MFP. Students will attend tutorials with their supervisors. These meetings will focus on guiding, supporting and monitoring preparation of the MFP. During the process, students will have the right and responsibility to attend individual tutorials, either face to face or online, in agreement with the student work plan.
  5. Presentation and defence. Upon completion of the Master’s Final Project, students will submit the final work in order to proceed to its public defence before the examining board designated for this purpose.
  6. Prerequisite for the defence. In order to proceed to the defence before the Master’s Final Project examining board, students are required to have achieved a minimum mark of 5 in the weighted average of the other Master’s degree subjects.

Programme

  • ECTS credits: 126 ECTS credits
  • Type of programme: Taught sessions, full time.
  • General calendar: Start in September (two academic years)
  • Course venue: University of Deusto, Bilbao campus
  • Faculty: Faculty of Psychology and Education
  • Timetable: Monday – Friday from 3.30-7.30 pm
  • Language: Spanish
  • Number of places: 10 - 15
  • Official Certification: Master’s Degree in General and Health Psychology + Master’s Degree un Clinical Neuropsychology

Master’s Final Project

Two Master’s Final Projects

In this Double Programme, the student must do two Master’s Final Projects:

trabajo fin de master pgs+neuro
3rd and 4th semesters General Health Psychology Master’s Final Project
4th semester Clinical Neuropsychology Master’s Final Project

These projects focus on demonstrating students’ knowledge of research techniques and methodology and their ability to apply them to a specific subject, fulfilling the requirements for a psychology research project. 

  1. Master’s Final Project seminar. Four seminars form part of the MFP subject of the Master’s degree in General Health Psychology. These activities intend to contribute to preparation of the Project and inform students about aspects related to the MFP process. The seminars include an introduction to the MFP; research ethics; writing of scientific projects; and the MFP defence.
  2. MFP topic selection. The MFP topic must be related to the areas studied by the Psychology research teams and groups at the Faculty of Psychology and Education, University of Deusto. Students will elaborate their MFP within the framework of a research team or group.
  3. Supervisor assigned to each student. Students will be supported and monitored by an MFP supervisor. The Principal Investigator of the research team will assign each student a supervisor from the team/group.
  4. Preparation of the MFP. Students will attend tutorials with their supervisors. These meetings will focus on guiding, supporting and monitoring preparation of the MFP. During the process, students will have the right and responsibility to attend individual tutorials, either face to face or online, in agreement with the student work plan.
  5. Presentation and defence. Upon completion of the Master’s Final Project, students will submit the final work in order to proceed to its public defence before the examining board designated for this purpose.
  6. Prerequisite for the defence. In order to proceed to the defence before the Master’s Final Project examining board, students are required to have achieved a minimum mark of 5 in the weighted average of the other Master’s degree subjects.