Part time Master's Degree in Gender Studies in South America

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Gender Studies

Gender studies explores treatments of human gender and sexuality in various theoretical and practical contexts. Student should expect to focus on gender while exploring any number of related subjects, such as law, literature and biology.

South America is the fourth largest continent. It is divided politically into 12 independent countries. South America is home to the majestic Andes mountain range and the mysterious Amazon River. The world's largest rain forest, with millions of species of exotic animals, is also found in South America.

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Master's Degree in Gender Studies and Psychosocial Intervention

Universidad Central Chile
Campus Part time February 2019 Chile Santiago

The Master's Program in Gender Studies and Psychosocial Intervention aims to train professionals who can contribute to the development of Psychosocial Intervention from a gender perspective, as well as feminist and gender studies in the areas of teaching, policy formulation public, creation and management of social programs and projects, intervention, evaluation and research. [+]

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The Master's Program in Gender Studies and Psychosocial Intervention aims to train professionals who can contribute to the development of Psychosocial Intervention from a gender perspective, as well as feminist and gender studies in the areas of teaching, policy formulation public, creation and management of social programs and projects, intervention, evaluation and research.

This professional of the area of ​​psychosocial intervention is possessor of a broad and up-to-date knowledge in the field of planning, management, intervention and research, managing a solid theoretical perspective that allows to understand complex and argued the contributions of feminist and gender theories to social sciences both at the theoretical and applied levels. It is also capable of incorporating and applying studies and categories, as a theoretical-political tool especially plausible when thinking and acting in the field of psychosocial intervention, on the other hand, it is capable of designing, implementing and advising projects, elaborating and propose public policies, as well as social programs and projects, incorporating models and solutions to psychosocial problems from their analysis and research.... [-]