Official master's degree in Neuropsychological Rehabilitation and Cognitive Stimulation

This master's degree aims to train professionals capable of conducting neuropsychological evaluation and rehabilitation tasks in patients with cognitive deterioration

Content Official Master's Degree in Neuropsychological Rehabilitation and Cognitive Stimulation

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Master description

The University Master's degree in Neuropsychological Rehabilitation and Cognitive Stimulation is oriented to both professional practice and research. Its structure is modular, with 60 compulsory credits to be acquired in order to pass the course.

In the first semester 3 common modules are taught (30 credits), providing academic training and practical demonstrations.

In the second semester there is a work placement module for 15 credits that will help students interested in professional practice to delve more deeply into the application of specific skills in neuropsychological care and rehabilitation for persons with Acquired Brain Damage, and students who are more oriented towards research to add to their knowledge of Cognitive Rehabilitation.

Finally, students will write and defend the Master's dissertation, for 15 credits.

Study plan structure

Type Credits
Compulsory 30
Optional 15
Master's dissertation 15
TOTAL 60

 

Module title Credits Type
Advances in Neuropsychological Rehabilitation and Cognitive Stimulation 10 COMPULSORY
Strategies of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation and Cognitive Stimulation in Neuropsychological Pathologies 10 COMPULSORY
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation and Cognitive Stimulation in Acquired Brain Injuries 10 COMPULSORY
Master's dissertation 15 COMPULSORY
Research Practicum 15 OPTIONAL*
Professional Practicum 15 OPTIONAL*

* Optional, 15 credits must be taken