Social intervention from the field of psychology

Psychosocial Intervention

UB - Universitat de Barcelona. Màsters Oficials
A Barcelona (Spagna)

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  • Master I livello
  • Barcelona (Spagna)
  • Durata:
    3 Semestri
  • Quando:
  • Crediti: 90

This official Master has the participation of the teacher training programme at the UB, UdG, URL, URV and ULL: It is research- and professional-based, divided into two specialisations. It likewise aims to strengthen this specialisation within the classical framework of psychology.

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Dove e quando

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Barcelona, Spagna
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· Requisiti

European bachelor's degree or equivalent, accredited if obtained outside the EU. Preferably in psychology. It is open to students with specialisations in sociology, anthropology, humanities, the social field and health sciences with the requirement of completing complementary studies.

Cosa impari in questo corso?

Psychosocial Interventioosociology of Social Change
Psychosocial Intervention Techniques
Research and Social Psychology
Research Techniques in Social Psychology
Childhood, Adolescence and Families
Culture, Inclusion and Social Exclusion
Women and Gender Relations
Transversal Themes of Psychosocial Intervention
Environment Social Behaviour
Group Processes


It is structured into 14 modules with credit allocation. You must complete 90 credits to complete the Master.

Mandatory courses (modules)

  • Psychosocial Intervention and Contemporary Society
  • The Psychosociology of Social Change
  • Procedures and Techniques of Psychosocial and Community Intervention (professional specialisation)
  • Theory and Research in Social Psychology (research specialisation)
  • Methodology and Research Techniques in Social Psychology (research specialisation)

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The master's degree price for foreign students non residents in Spain, non nationals from EU, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Switzerland or Andorra is € 82 per credit ECTS. Year 2013-2014.