The curriculum includes two specialisations (school or social-professional) and two tracks (professionalising or research), which students can choose depending on their specific interests. Professional guidance will allow students to resolve a series of specific problems (identification and diagnosis, an evaluation of needs, proposals for intervention) which arise in daily life in different educational contexts, both formal and informal, and the research orientation will allow for the development of educational psychology development.
Study programme and subjects 2019-2020
|Subjects in course||Type||Term||ECTS|
|Anthropological Background to Educational Psychology Guidance||OB||Sem.1||6,00|
|Educational Policies, Management of Educational Psychology Services and Guidance||OB||Sem.1||6,00|
|Educational Psychology Assessment and Curricular Diagnosis||OB||Sem.1||6,00|
|Learning Difficulties, Developmental Disorders and Inclusive Education||OB||Sem.1||6,00|
|Models and Contexts of Educational Psychology Interventions||OB||Sem.1||6,00|
|Final Master's Degree Project||TF||Sem.2||8,00|
|Option Depending On Orientation||OP||Sem.2||8,00|
- ECTS: European Credit Transfer System
- Term: calendar term
The Master's Degree is awarded a total of 60 ECTS and has the following curriculum.
- 30 compulsory ECTS on general knowledge.
- 14 optional ECTS, specialisation.
Specialisation B. Educational Psychology Interventions in the Socio-Professional Environment.
- 8 optional ECTS depending on track.
Track A. Professionalising.
Track B. Research.
- 8 ECTS for the Final Master's Degree Project
The teaching body for this master’s degree consists of professors and researchers from the various disciplines related to educational psychology. All the professors hold PhDs and have links with various national and international universities.