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Social Intervention Psychology

Programme

  • Credits: 90 ECTS credits
  • Type of programme: Class contact hours
  • Course schedule: Start date: October (18 months)
  • Course venue: University of Deusto, Bilbao campus
  • Faculty: Faculty of Psychology and Education
  • Timetable: M, T and W, 16:00 - 20:00 pm
  • Language of instruction: Spanish
  • Number of places available: 30
  • Degree obtained: Máster's in Social Intervention Psychology

Competences

Basic competences

The core competences on the Master’s programme (Royal Decree 861/2010, of 2 July) are the following:

  • Acquire the necessary knowledge and understanding to develop and/or apply innovative ideas in a research context.
  • Apply the knowledge acquired and problem-solving capacity in new or little known settings within wider (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to the subject area.
  • Be capable of integrating knowledge and facing up to the complex task of forming an opinion from information which, although incomplete or limited, includes reflection on social and ethical responsibilities linked to the application of knowledge and judgements.
  • Communicate conclusions, knowledge and the final reasons that support them to specialist and non-specialist public clearly.
  • Develop the learning skills to continue studying in a self-directed or independent manner.
     

General competences

competencias generales master
Interpersonal communication Teamwork Conflict Management and Negotiation
Problem-solving Decision-making Planning
Diversity and interculturality    


Specific competences

Students will acquire a number of specific competences throughout the Master’s that will enable them to:

  • Identify the needs, aspirations and problems of the people involved, the social factors that influence them within their context; particularly, the psychosocial aspects underlying them, either at individual or group and community level; be able to perform an appropriate psychosocial assessment and set a number of objectives for psychosocial intervention and submit the necessary psychological reports.
  • Establish an adequate support relationship and management of individuals’ emotions, including professionals groups.
  • Carry out preventive work, either individually or in groups, with people in grief situations, acute or chronic stress, humanitarian crisis, etc…
  • Manage interpersonal and intergroup conflicts using negotiation and mediation techniques in various contexts (family, school, community…). These competences will enable students to be officially recognised as family mediators.
  • Streamline support groups and self-support groups for people in situations of change and crisis.
  • Draw up, implement and evaluate intervention projects, of a psychological nature, in a critical, reflective and agreed way based on the active participation of target groups receiving social intervention.
  • Show the ability to develop, draw up and implement psychological research processes of a theoretical and empirical nature, both basic and applied, in the social field with academic rigour. This competence will enable students to progress to a PhD in Psychology.

Programme

  • Credits: 90 ECTS credits
  • Type of programme: Class contact hours
  • Course schedule: Start date: October (18 months)
  • Course venue: University of Deusto, Bilbao campus
  • Faculty: Faculty of Psychology and Education
  • Timetable: M, T and W, 16:00 - 20:00 pm
  • Language of instruction: Spanish
  • Number of places available: 30
  • Degree obtained: Máster's in Social Intervention Psychology

Competences

Basic competences

The core competences on the Master’s programme (Royal Decree 861/2010, of 2 July) are the following:

  • Acquire the necessary knowledge and understanding to develop and/or apply innovative ideas in a research context.
  • Apply the knowledge acquired and problem-solving capacity in new or little known settings within wider (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to the subject area.
  • Be capable of integrating knowledge and facing up to the complex task of forming an opinion from information which, although incomplete or limited, includes reflection on social and ethical responsibilities linked to the application of knowledge and judgements.
  • Communicate conclusions, knowledge and the final reasons that support them to specialist and non-specialist public clearly.
  • Develop the learning skills to continue studying in a self-directed or independent manner.
     

General competences

competencias generales master
Interpersonal communication Teamwork Conflict Management and Negotiation
Problem-solving Decision-making Planning
Diversity and interculturality    


Specific competences

Students will acquire a number of specific competences throughout the Master’s that will enable them to:

  • Identify the needs, aspirations and problems of the people involved, the social factors that influence them within their context; particularly, the psychosocial aspects underlying them, either at individual or group and community level; be able to perform an appropriate psychosocial assessment and set a number of objectives for psychosocial intervention and submit the necessary psychological reports.
  • Establish an adequate support relationship and management of individuals’ emotions, including professionals groups.
  • Carry out preventive work, either individually or in groups, with people in grief situations, acute or chronic stress, humanitarian crisis, etc…
  • Manage interpersonal and intergroup conflicts using negotiation and mediation techniques in various contexts (family, school, community…). These competences will enable students to be officially recognised as family mediators.
  • Streamline support groups and self-support groups for people in situations of change and crisis.
  • Draw up, implement and evaluate intervention projects, of a psychological nature, in a critical, reflective and agreed way based on the active participation of target groups receiving social intervention.
  • Show the ability to develop, draw up and implement psychological research processes of a theoretical and empirical nature, both basic and applied, in the social field with academic rigour. This competence will enable students to progress to a PhD in Psychology.