Each Master’s Final project will involve...
The development of an empirical research work. Students must demonstrate that they have acquired the different research methods and skills and they can apply them to specific topics according to the requirements of a research project in psychology.
Students will be required to carry out a research project where they will apply the acquired knowledge and competences throughout the learning process in a specific area related to the course content of the Master’s programme.
Taken into account the importance of developing a rigorous research Project, it is essential to equip students with specific training in the methods required to address this task so that they can gain first-hand knowledge of the tools, techniques, etc. that are necessary to carry out the Master’s Final Project.
The Master’s project is worth 12 ECTS credits and it will be completed during the third semester of the Master’s programme.
Alternatively, students can develop this research project during their stay at a foreign partner university, with the prior approval of the Master’s Director. In this case, projects will be supervised by a university tutor although the viva voce examination must be done at the University of Deusto in the language in which it has been written.