Subject Credits Type Semester
Research Methods in Psychology 6 BA
Fundamentals of Psychobiology 6 BA
Learning 6 BA
History of Psychology 6 OB
Ethics 3 OB
Theology I 3 OB
Psychology of Personality 6 BA
Attention and Perception  6 OB
Motivation and Emotion  6 OB
Developmental Psychology I: Childhood  6 BA
English for Psychologists  6 BA
Subject Credits Type Semester
Data Analysis 
6 BA
Psychology of Groups and Organisations  6 OB
Educational Psychology 6 OB
Social Psychology 6 BA
Memory 6 OB
Social Anthropology 6 OB
Physiological Psychology 6 BA
Developmental Psychology II: Adolescence, Adulthood and Old Age 6 BA
Research Designs in Psychology 6 OB
Applied Ethics and Bioethics 3 OB
Theology II 3 OB
Subject  Credits Type Semester
Psychological Assessment 6 OB
Thought and Language 6 OB
Child and Adolescent Psychopathology 6 OB
Social Doctrine of the Church 3 OB
Humanities 3 OB
Psychogeriatrics 6 OP*
Psychology of Work 6 OP*
Cognitive Techniques and Behavior Modification
6 OB
Neuropsychology 6 OB
Psychopathology in Adulthood 6 OB
Health Psychology 6 OB
Sport and Physical Activity Psychology 6 OP*
Legal and Forensic Psychology 6 OP*


*The student must choose between Psychology of Work and Psychogeriatrics for the first semester and, between Legal and Forensic Psychology or Sport and Physical Activity Psychology for the second semester.

Subject Credits Type Semester
Psychometrics 6 OB
Psychological Therapies
6 OB
Practicum I  4.5 OB
Therapist Skills 6 OP1
Neurobiochemistry and Psychopharmacology 6 OP1 y 3
Educational and Psycho Pedagogical Orientation 6 OP2
Early Intervention 6 OP2
Neuropsychological Assessment 6 OP3
Practicum II 4.5 OB
Final Project 9 OB
Applied Health Psychology 6 OP1
Mental Health Intervention 6 OP1
Psychological Intervention Programs  6 OP1
Social and Emotional Development 6 OP2
Developmental Disorders and Learning Difficulties 6 OP2
Psychoeducational Intervention in Childhood Disorders 6 OP2
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 6 OP3
Child Neuropsychology 6 OP3
Neurodevelopment 6 OP3

To be able to achieve a specialization, the student must take all the courses included in that specialization, pointed out with the corresponding numbers in the curriculum.

1 - Specialization in Health Psychology

2 - Specialization in Educational Psychology

3 - Specialization in Neuropsychology and Neurodevelopment

Subject Credits Type Semester
Specialization in Health Psychology 
Therapist Skills 6 OP
Neurobiochemistry and Psychopharmacology 6 OP
Applied Health Psychology 6 OP
Mental Health Intervention 6 OP
Psychological Intervention Programs 6 OP
Specialization in Educational Psychology
Social and Emotional Development 6 OP
Educational and Psycho Pedagogical Orientation 6 OP
Early Intervention 6 OP
Developmental Disorders and Learning Difficulties 6 OP
Psychoeducational Intervention in Childhood Disorders 6 OP
Specialization in Neuropsychology and Neurodevelopment 
Neurobiochemistry and Psychopharmacology 6 OP
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 6 OP
Child Neuropsychology 6 OP
Neurodevelopment 6 OP
Neuropsychological Assessment 6 OP
Total Credits  Basic (BA) Mandatory  (OB) Optional (OP) Bachelor’s Degree Final Project (TFG) Internship (PE)
240 60 132 30 9 9


Objectives of Internship

The objective of this course is to facilitate a motivational environment for the student to develop and achieve the skills needed in the future for their professional career. With this goal in mind we intend to equip our students with the experiences and skills necessary for their professional careers. 

For the student the internship is an ideal opportunity to complete their academic education with the realities of the professional world, to complete their knowledge, abilities and attitude.

The 9 credits from Internship will be performed in the 4th year of studies, through the subjects Practicum I and Practicum II in the 1st and 2nd semesters. During the internship the student is assigned a tutor in the place of internship, and is monitored also by the professor responsible for the internships. The requirement to be able to do the internship is that the student has completed at least 50% of the credits in the Curriculum.

The internship offers in companies, hospitals, social services and in the community in the Bachelor’s in Psychology are extensive, as the University has agreements with both private and public entities in different areas of psychology. 


Description of the Final Project

The 9 credits of the Bachelor Final Project are done to assess if the student meets the general and specific requirements of a Bachelor in Psychology. It consists in the development and defence of a project of investigation in the area of psychology, where skills of the degree will be integrated.

The area of investigation of the Final Project will be related to any of the areas of knowledge of the degree, and every student will choose their topic of study. It’s an independent and personal work, monitored by a professor. This professor, a tutor, apart from individualized supervision, can include the organisation of other activities, like seminars or workshops in specific techniques which will help in the process. 

The Final Project can also be finalized in a laboratory, as a result from the internship in other institutes or companies, or during a stay in an university abroad, for example, in the Erasmus Program.