A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
Clinical psychology integrates clinical knowledge and theory in order to understand and alleviate psychological dysfunction and distress. Students who pursue this education may be prepared for a career in a variety of counseling and medical settings.
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Technical visits to even closer the reality of post-graduate student of the area where you want to act. Exchange with classicists entities, public authorities, schools, Institutional Intervention Project. Career advice (coaching): at the end of the course, tracing goals and preparing students for professional growth. [+]
It offers an interdisciplinary training, allowing students to understand the necessary psychology interfaces with other disciplines, for a proper understanding of the human phenomenon. It provides a solid basic training, with a broad view of psychology, which enables the professional flexibility to adjust their skills to the specific demands of work contexts in Health. [+]
The course provides training qualified professionals to work with competence and skill in institutional clinical educational psychology area, diagnosing and intervening in the children's learning difficulties, young people and adults in school and non-school, enabling thus the educational psychologist for advice and advice in different contexts related to the learning process, such as schools, businesses and hospitals, through theoretical and practical mastery of specific content area of educational psychology. [+]