Master in Educational Psychology

Course Presentation

The Master in Educational Psychology has as its main objective the deepening of theories, models and techniques of Educational Psychology.
It is intended that students develop reflective thinking about Education, the contexts and educational processes, appropriating theoretical models and competences that allow them to perform assessments and intervene in these same contexts, promoting autonomous professional exercise of Educational Psychology; These skills will enable the future professional to act in school contexts, but also in a diverse set of other contexts where learning and development processes take place; It is intended that students improve their skills to enable research and intervention in the field of Educational Psychology;
This master's degree also intends that students develop an ethical awareness about research and intervention in Educational Psychology that supports professional practices.


Key Learning Outcomes

This master's degree aims to train educational psychologists with knowledge of theoretical models that support prevention and intervention practices in educational contexts. Thus, the student should:
1. Acquire skills to analyze educational contexts and the action of different educational agents;
2. Acquire assessment skills related to learning processes and behavioral issues, taking into account the different contexts involved (family / school / community);
3. Acquire skills to outline prevention and intervention projects in educational contexts;
4. Acquire skills that allow the design of fundamental and applied research in Education;
5. Acquire skills that enable teamwork and communication with different educational agents (children, youth, parents, teachers, etc.), including reporting
6. Know and grasp the ethical principles that frame the exercise of educational psychology.


Programme structure

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Working Hours & Contacts


10:30h to 17:30h



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