PSYCHOLOGY

Psychology is a discipline that studies the behavior and relations of human beings from a biopsychosocial approach, with the intention of creating a balance in the areas such as the clinical, organizational, educational and social community. Its performance tends to respond by demand, the needs of the moment and advances in new technologies that allow to actively participate in the processes of transformation and change around the country.

SNIES 3802

RC No 14382 de 7 de Septiembre de 2015
Valid for 7 years

Course of studies
Duration: Eight semesters
Program credits: 144
Program credits: Every six months
Modality: On-site
Tuition fee 2021: $3.419.000 per semester

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Professional profile

A professional with human quality, rational, critical and fundamentally ethical, with organizational psychology skills, clinical, educational and social community skills, capable of knowing, investigate, diagnose, assess and transform reality.

A professional with integrity, serving as a consultant, researcher, therapist, administrator and agent of change in the human and social development; committed to preventing diseases, a constant promoter of health and welfare, with ecological awareness and educated in order to respond to epistemological requirements, contextual, philosophical and ethical issues of its object of study.

CURRICULUM

Course of Studies

Semestres

Credits

  • Neuroscience fundamentals 4
  • Introduction to Psychology 3
  • Informatics2
  • Maria Cano Lecture 2
  • English I 3
  • Communication Techniques 2
  • Mathematical logic 2

Credits 18

Credits

  • Psychological processes 3
  • Evolutionary psychology I 3
  • Social anthropology2
  • English II 3
  • Psychological epistemology 2
  • Public health 2
  • Statistics3

Credits 18

Credits

  • Psycholinguistics2
  • Psychological school I (cognitive) 4
  • Psychometry3
  • Evolutionary Psychology II 3
  • Disabilities2
  • Professional ethics 2
  • Research methodology 4

Credits 20

Credits

  • Neuropsychology4
  • Psychopathology I 4
  • Psychopathological school II (humanism) 3
  • Social community psychology 3
  • Psychopathological tests 4

Credits 18

Credits

  • Psychopathology II 4
  • Psychodiagnosis 3
  • Neuropathological diagnose and assessment 2
  • Organizational and labor test 3
  • Educational psychology 3
  • Psychological school III (dynamic) 3

Credits 18

Credits

  • Clinical psychology 4
  • Psychology of health and security at work 3
  • Interviewing techniques 2
  • Occupational fields 4
  • Project formulation 3
  • Environmental management 2

Credits 18

Credits

  • Elective I 2
  • Project evaluation 4
  • Advanced elective (psychopharmacology: clinical intervention) 3
  • Practices 10

Credits 19

Credits

  • Elective II 2
  • Advanced elective II (Assessment and intervention at work Human resources strategic management) 3
  • Practices II 10

Credits 15