The main objective of the Master in Educational Psychology Themes is to enable trainees to deepen topics in the area of Educational Psychology with which they have not had enough contact in their previous training, and which they may consider useful for the understanding of individuals and contexts in which they carry out their activity. It is also hoped that students will acquire an in-depth perspective of models of intervention in educational and learning contexts, based on solid theoretical references, which, in the present case, means guiding their practices through the best available evidence.
To state the centrality of these objectives means that the course is primarily intended for in-service professionals, but also for non-professionals. Still, professionals are the ultimate consignees of the course.
The coherence and unity of the curricular structure of the course is ensured by a curriculum design whose themes are situated in the specific area of Educational Psychology. Having this disciplinary area as a reference and organizing the course structure, curricular units have been designed in order to attract recipients that operate in diverse educational contexts. The course therefore present some diversity of thematic interests according to the recipients (e. g., psychologists, teachers, health and sports, social educators). The curricular structure of the course thus seeks to reflect both a strong disciplinary coherence and a deliberate thematic diversity.
The following persons may apply:
a) Pre-Bologna degree holders in Education, Education, Social Education, Psychology and other areas that enable the practice in the fields of childhood and adolescence;
b) The holders of master's or master's degree in Education, Education, Social Education, Psychology and other areas that enable the practice in the fields of childhood and adolescence;
c) Holders of a foreign academic degree in Education, Teaching, Psychology, Social Education or other areas that qualify for professional practice in the fields of childhood and adolescence, organized according to the principles of the Bologna Process, by a State acceding to this process;
d) Holders of a foreign higher academic degree that is recognized by the Scientific Council of the School of Psychology as satisfying the objectives of the master's degree in Education, Teaching, Psychology, Social Education, and other areas that qualify for professional practice in fields of childhood and adolescence;
e) Holders of a school, scientific or professional curriculum that is recognized by the Scientific Council of the School of Psychology as attesting the ability to carry out this cycle of studies.
1) Candidates will be selected by a jury designated by the Scientific Council of the School of Psychology, at the proposal of the course director and taking into account the following criteria:
a) Final classification in the bachelor's or master's degree;
b) Academic, scientific and technical-professional curriculum; (acess the form here)
2) The criteria referred to in the previous number have the following weights:
a) Final classification in the degree or masters degree - 30%;
b) Academic, scientific and technical-professional curriculum - 40%;
c) Interview - 30%;
3) The final ranking of the candidates will be expressed on a scale of 0 to 100, taking into account the above-mentioned criteria.
- Applications to this master's degree are carried out online, through the Academic Application Portal