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We want to enrich your training and help you to build a profile demanded by companies, specialised centres or clinics and offices. For this reason, if you study the Degree in Psychology, you will be able to take subjects related to the psychology of development, psychopathology or psychotherapy

The Study program includes 18 credits from the subjects of Anthropology, Ethics and Cultural Keys, which comprise the Core Curriculum of the University of Navarra.

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Modules of the Study program

Each subject is integrated into a subject which in turn is part of a module. 


Several pathways are offered. The itineraries do not imply a closed option; you can choose subjects from different areas of specialisation. The student can configure a professional profile adapted both to the needs of the market and to their intellectual concerns.

The School offers itineraries in:

Educational and Social Psychology

Psychology of business and Organisations

Health Psychology (Official Mention)

The Official mention in Health Psychology has a pathway that complies with the established requirements to sit both the Internal Resident Psychologist competitive examination and the Master's Degree in General Health Psychology.

Both subjects are intended to be closely connected with the other elements of Study program. Therefore, although external placements will take place during the final years of studies, the maximum link between theoretical knowledge and practice will be sought. As for the Final Project Degree, it is foreseen that it will be related to the external work placement subject that students have done, in order to ensure that they acquire a more in-depth and specialised training.

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We combine complementary methodologies and learning strategies to achieve the best results through:

  • Theoretical face-to-face sessions.

  • Practical face-to-face classes: case studies, seminars, role-play.

  • Special sessions with invited professionals.

  • Non-face-to-face work (programming, diagnostic reports, etc.) either individually or in small groups.

  • Practicum: tutored practical placements.

  • Completion by the student of a project or a final project Degree.

  • Each student will have a advisor at the University (in addition to the practicum tutor ) that will accompany them throughout the Degree to guide their learning and focus their future professional insertion.


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