Bachelors Degree in Psychology


Derived from the Greek words psykhé (soul, mind) and logos (reason, knowledge), Psychology is the science that studies the psychism and seeks to understand the human being in its complexity, that is, a being whose psychic dimension is constructed by biological phenomena and social, subjectivity being a biopsychosocial construction.

The psychologist seeks to intervene with individuals, groups and institutions in order to promote well-being, personal, collective and institutional development. The growing demand for the Psychology professional reflects its importance and justifies the expansion of the labor market in recent years. In fact, far beyond the traditional clinical care, the perspectives of professional action are already vast and continue to expand. Among them, we can highlight the following:

– Hospital and Health Psychology
– Social, religious and community psychology
– Organizational psychology
– Juridical Psychology
– Clinical psychology
– School Psychology



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The objective is to enable the professional to identify and analyze needs of a psychological nature, besides evaluating cognitive, behavioral and affective problems.

Program content

  • Introduction to the sciences of religions
  • History and Systems in Psychology
  • Academic Textual Production
  • Anthropological Bases of Psychology
  • Basic Psychological Processes
  • Philosophical Basis of Psychology
  • Human anatomy
  • Scientific methodology
  • Systems and Theories – Behavioral and Cognitivist
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Psychophysiology
  • Biostatistics
  • Cognitive Processes
  • Psychology of Childhood
  • Systems and Theories – Gestalt and Humanism
  • Methods of Research in Psychology
  • School and Learning Psychology
  • Ethics and Bioethics
  • Integrative Practice I
  • Systems and Theories – Psychoanalysis and its Currents
  • Social Psychology
  • Psychology of Adolescence and Adults
  • Fundamentals of Psychopathology
  • Applied Statistics in Psychology
  • Hospital and Health Psychology
  • Psychiatric Psychopathology
  • Psychotherapeutic Theories and Techniques I
  • Clinical psychology
  • Psychology of Personality
  • Integrative Practice II
  • Organizational and Work Psychology
  • Community Psychology
  • Theories and Techniques of Group Dynamics
  • Psychotherapeutic Theories and Techniques II
  • Neuropsychology
  • Juridical Psychology
  • Psychological Examination Techniques I
  • Psychotherapeutic Theories and Techniques III
  • Psychopharmacology
  • Integrative Practice III
  • Psychological Examination Techniques II
  • Environmental Psychology
  • Specific Supervised Internship

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