The Master in Sexology offers training and specialization in sexology, in all the profiles of the WHO and the PHO approved in Guatemala, in May 2000, in the degrees leading to it, i.e., Medicine, Nursing and Psychology. It includes the profiles of education in sexual health for professionals specialized in reproductive health programs, in STI and HPV, in sexual education, research in sexology and clinical sexology, including sexual counselling, sexual therapy or sexological treatment and medicine and sexual surgery as well as sexual health treatment and care.
After completing these studies, the graduates will have the following academic and professional opportunities:
After completing the Master in Sexology, students may continue doctorate studies in the programs to which they are admitted according to current regulations.
Sexologists are specialists with adequate training to analyze, plan, direct and control sexological attention and the corresponding services, managing human and economic resources and evaluating the health interventions and programs; they also undertake full responsibility for research and teaching in the area of knowledge of sexology, in public and private spheres.
Specialists in sexology (sexologists) are health professionals, in Medicine, Nursing and Psychology degrees, academically qualified and with generic, transversal and specific competences that enable them to develop the sexological discipline in the teaching, assistential, management and research spheres in this field of knowledge and whose object of study is human sex.
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