The Official University Master in Education Psychology is intended for students and professionals who are interested in obtaining a solid theoretical and practical training in the contributions of psychological knowledge to theory, to professional practice and to psychoeducational innovation. Following the Bologne decisions which regulate the European Higher Education Area, it has two training itineraries: One for Professional Development in formal contexts (School Psychologist) and another for non-formal, and informal contexts (Socioeducational Psychologist), with a clearly profesional innovation component (R+D+i).
After completing these studies, the graduates will have the following academic and professional opportunities:
This master can be followed exclusively by those who hold a degree in Psychology. It enables access, following a convalidation process, to other related Masters (Teaching in Secondary Education) or others which allow it. It also allows access to the Doctorate in Psychology of the College of Psychology, or any other doctorate which recognizes the Credits completed.
The professional opportunities of this Master are referred to the posts which are specific to the formal professional sphere (education psychologist), non formal and informal sphere (associations and institutions psychologist), and innovation sphere (expert psychologist in psychoeducational innovation). For entering the public civil service, as Secondary Education Teacher, it is necessary to convalidate and obtain the Master Degree for Secondary Education Teaching.