This Master’s degree programme has been designed for university graduates in Psychology who have a strong commitment to:
- Social change
- Promotion of justice
- The well-being of disadvantaged groups
The following will also be a plus:
- Previous contact with organisations that work to help vulnerable groups.
- Capacity for interpersonal relationships, willingness to work in a team and personal maturity.
- B2 level of English.
If students cannot submit the Psychology official degree certificate, they will be required to provide proof of:
- Fist-cycle level generic competences, related to the BA in Psychology or equivalent.
- Specific competences in a field of knowledge, discipline or career related to the BA in Psychology or related disciplines. This requirement would be met by completing 180 credits corresponding to the course contents of the BA in Psychology or equivalent. These include:
- Group Techniques and Analysis (6 credits)
- Psychological and Psychopatological Assessment (18 credits)
- Social Psychology (6 credits)
- Psychological Research Methods, Designs and Techniques (12 credits)
- Psychological Intervention and Treatment (18 credits)
- Personality and Psychopathology (12 credits)