Degree in Psychology

240 credits - Faculty of Psychology

What is it made up of?

The goal of the degree in psychology is to train versitale and competent professionals, as well as to prepare students for postgraduate programmes whether in the clinical and health fields, or in fileds related to education, occupation and organisations, or social intervention.

What will you learn?

The main objective of the degree programme in psychology is to train professionals with the basic scientific knowledge necessary to understand, interpret, analyse, and explain human behaviour, and the basic skills and abilities needed to evaluate and intervene in the on the social and individual level throughout the different stages of life in order to promote and improve health and the quality of life.

Refer to all of the areas of the study .

What will you be able to do once you finish?

Psychology has very broad potential professional pathways since, thanks to its knowledge basis of human behaviour, its involvement is demanded in many social and business areas. Here are some of the most common pathways, based on the professional profiles set out by the Spanish Psychological Association (COP):

  1. Clinical and health psychology
  2. Educational psychology
  3. Industrial and organisational psychology
  4. Legal psychology
  5. Physical activity and sports psychology
  6. Psychology and social intervention
  7. Psychology in drug addiction
  8. Traffic and safety psychology
The academic and research related pathways in psychology also need to be added to these. For further in-depth information, you may consult the COP website.
 
You can also check out the following document (in Spanish): "Ámbitos profesionales de la Psicología" , created at the "Conference of Psychology Deans from Spanish Universities."
 
It is important to mention that the degree in psychology, although not enabling the practice of a regulated profession, as there is no legal order that provides the programme with professional credentials, does lead to two regulated professions in the framework of the " Healthcare Professions Law " which require professionals to have completed this degree in order to become a:
  • Clinical Psychologist, via the PIR exam (Resident Intern Psychologist), more information is available, in Spanish, here: training plan.
  • General Health Psychologist, via further master's studies, also offered at the UIB, more information can be found on the programme's web page: MPGS master's.

Travel and Learn

The UIB offers students the chance to take part in different exchange and mobility programmes:

 

High-quality official study

Legislation requires that official Spanish Degrees receive positive evaluations by the National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation (ANECA). This process is called verification, and it serves to ensure that the development programme in which you will participate will provide the skills and learning results that it is supposed to.

See the official degree study plan report

The European Higher Education Area requires that a system be in place to ensure the quality of degree programmes.

Bachelor's programmes are subject to assessment and are continuously improved upon in order to guarantee their prestige and recognition within Europe. You can see the results of the assessments at results section.

Health Sciences
110 places
240 credits. 4 years
In-Person Classes
Language: Catalan, Spanish, English ( See subjects for more details )
Public price per credit for first enrolment: 20,56€ (*)
Total cost of the first enrolment in the first course, with taxes included, for people under 28 years of age 1.281,32€ (*)
(*)Prices for the academic year: 2016-17

Do you want more information?

Rafael Jiménez López
Contact the head of the study programme: Rafael Jiménez López