Degree in Social Education

240 credits - Faculty of Education

Start Year
Minimum number of credits to be taken in the first year
  • 48 first-year subject credits for full-time students.
  • 24 credits for part-time students.
  • After the first year of registration, there is no minimum number of credits to take.
Total available credits. Academic Year 2021-22
252 credits
Public tuition prices per credit. Academic Year 2021-22
  • 1st registration : 16,21¤
  • 2nd registration : 36,02¤
  • 3rd registration : 77,97¤
  • 4th registration : 108,05¤


Cross-cutting Skills

  1. The ability for analysis and synthesis.
  2. The ability for organisation and planning.
  3. Communicative and linguistic ability.
  4. The ability to use ICT in the academic and professional spheres.
  5. The ability to manage information.
  6. Problem-solving and decision-making ability.
  7. The ability for criticism and self-criticism.
  8. Empathy, respect, care and trust for people and institutions.
  9. The ability to develop attitudes that help and favour work in multicultural and multilingual settings.
  10. Skills to promote interpersonal and group relations.
  11. Independent learning.
  12. Adapting to new situations.
  13. Developing leadership, creativity and an entrepreneurial spirit.
  14. Being open to lifelong learning.
  15. An ethical commitment to people, institutions and professional practice.
  16. Knowledge of English: the ability to understand, speak and write in English to an intermediate level.

Specific Skills

  1. Understanding the processes, institutions and ideas that have historically led and configured current social and educational intervention models.
  2. Knowing social welfare policies and legislation that underpin social and educational intervention processes.
  3. Knowing the pedagogical and biopsychosocial assumptions that form the basis of social and educational intervention processes, as well as the essential characteristics of intervention settings.
  4. Knowing how to use socio-pedagogical procedures and techniques for intervention, mediation and analysis of personal, family and social reality.
  5. Managing community participation and action structures, processes and programmes.
  6. Identifying and diagnosing common factors in family and social crises, and developing an ability to mediate to deal with social and educational communities and solve problems.
  7. Using the techniques to detect exclusion and discrimination that make social and job integration difficult for people and groups.
  8. Designing, organising, managing and assessing social and educational programmes, projects and services in family education and community development; social integration; cultural coordination and management for children, youth and seniors.
  9. Using specific social and educational and community intervention techniques (group dynamics, motivation, negotiation, assertiveness, etc.).
  10. Designing, producing, using and assessing means and resources for social and educational intervention.
  11. Designing and running research projects into the social and institutional setting, and into people and groups where interventions take place.