Study plan Bachelor's Degree in Psychology

Study guides

Timetables

Five groups will be programmed into different timetables.

Study plan information

Table of credits for each course

  Basic training Compulsory Optional Bachelor's Degree Final Project
1st year 60      
2nd year   60    
3rd year   60    
4th year     54 6
Total 60 120 54 6

Period of study

Annual registration. Courses are semester-long, except two, which are year-long.

Part-time or full-time

Full-time dedication. Part-time option available.

Specialisations

- Specialisation in Health Psychology
- Specialisation in Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychology
- Specialisation in Adult Clinical Psychology
- Specialisation in Social Psychology Analysis and Intervention
- Specialisation in Work and Organisational Psychology
- Specialisation in Psychoeducational Analysis and Intervention

Basic and compulsory training

1st year 2nd year
1st semester
- History of Psychology
- Personality and Individual Differences
- Psychological Processes: Attention and Perception
- Developmental Psychology 1
- Fundamentals of Psychobiology 1
2nd semester
- The Social Dimension of the Person
- Psychological Processes: Motivation and Emotion
- Research Methods, Designs and Techniques
- Fundamentals of Psychobiology 2
1st semester
- Physiological Psychology 1
- Data Analysis
- Psychological Processes: Learning and Conditioning
- Psychopathology Across the Life Cycle
- Social Influence and Groups
2nd semester
- Physiological Psychology 2
- Statistical and Psychometric Models
- Psychological Processes: Memory
- Psychological Assessment
- Developmental Psychology 2
3rd year 4th year
1st semester
- Educational Psychology
- Psychometrics
- Introduction to Psychological Treatment
2nd semester
- Social Psychology of the Contemporary World
- Organisational Psychology
- Psychological Processes: Thought and Language
Year-long
- Integrated Work Placement
- Practicum
- Bachelor's Degree Final Project (year-long)
 

Optional subjects

Specialisation in Health Psychology Specialisation in Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychology Specialisation in Adult Clinical Psychology
To obtain the specialisation you must choose the subject marked with an asterisk and at least one subject from each block. You must take at least 30 credits (5 subjects) total.

- Health Psychology: Fundamental principles (*)
BLOCK A
- Intervention in Health Psychology
- Education for Health
- Stress and Health
BLOCK B
- Health Psychology Application Fields
- Physical Activity and Health
- Psychology and Ageing
- Sports Psychology
- Applied Social Psychology
- Evaluation of Preferences and Decision Making (1)
- Work Placement

 
You must take at least 30 credits (5 subjects) to obtain the specialisation, and choose at least two subjects from block A and one from block B.

BLOCK A
- Child and Adolescent Psychopathology
- Child and Adolescent Psychological Assessment
Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy in Children and Adolescents
- Intellectual Disabilities and Developmental Disorders
BLOCK B
- Creation and Analysis of Questionnaires (1)
- Observation Techniques (1)
- Psychoendocrinology
- Psychopharmacology
- Psychogenetics
- Early Childhood and Families in Difficult Contexts
- Work Placement
 
You must take at least 30 credits (5 subjects) to obtain the specialisation, and choose at least two subjects from block A and one from block B.

BLOCK A
- Adult Psychopathology
- Clinical Psychological Assessment in Adults
- Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy in Adults
- Personality Disorders
- Clinical Neuropsychology
BLOCK B
- Creation and Analysis of Questionnaires (1)
- Observation Techniques (1)
- Psychoendocrinology
- Psychopharmacology
- Psychogenetics
- Work Placement
 
Specialisation in Work and Organisational Psychology Specialisation in Social Psychology Analysis and Intervention Specialisation in Psychoeducational Analysis and Intervention
You must take at least 30 credits (5 subjects) to obtain the specialisation, and choose at least two subjects from block A and one from block B.
 

BLOCK A
- Work Psychology
- Human Resource Planning and Management
- Intervention and Consultation on Processes
- Time Management
- Psychosocial Research and Knowledge
BLOCK B
- Evaluation of Preferences and Decision Making (1)
- Social and Labour Auditing (1)
- Stress and Health
- Psychology of Advertising
- Information Management Techniques (1)
- Work Placement
 
You must take at least 30 credits (5 subjects) to obtain the specialisation, and choose at least two subjects from block A and one from block B to obtain the specialisation.

BLOCK A
- Social Psychology for Analysis and Intervention
- Social and Community Intervention
- Public Action and Social Change
- Applied Social Psychology
BLOCK B
- Information Management Techniques (1)
- Forensic Psychology: Cognitive Processes
- Psychosocial Research and Knowledge
- Psychology and Ageing
- Cultural and Communication Psychology
- Early Childhood and Families in Difficult Contexts
- Work Placement
 
You must take at least 30 credits (5 subjects) to obtain the specialisation, and choose at least two subjects from block A and one from block B.

BLOCK A
- Learning Strategies
- Educational and Psychosocial Intervention Placement
-Analysis of Teaching Interaction
- Intelligence and Cognitive Processes
BLOCK B
- Hearing Impairment and Learning Disorders (1)
- Images and Symbols: Affective and Gender Relations
- Cultural and Communication Psychology
- Oral and Written Language Learning
- Sports Psychology
- Evolution of the Brain, Cognition and Intelligence(1)
- Work Placement
 


(1) These subjects will not be offered during the 2020/21 academic year.