VERSIÓN INGLÉS

MASTER IN PSYCHOLOGY

 

psychology

 

Admission fee 2017 $230.000
Valor Total arancel Mg. en Psicología $3.800.000 por los 2 años de duración del Programa, pagaderos en 10 cuotas cada año.
Degree: Master in psychology
Duration: Four academic semesters
Director: Dra. Paula Alonqueo
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Objectives

This program seeks to offer rigorous and up-to-date training to graduates of psychology and related disciplines as researchers who are sensitive to the sociocultural reality in which they are immersed, with a solid conceptual base and with the psychological and methodological knowledge that allows them to generate and conduct research proposals in their respective areas of expertise.
The Master aims to prepare highly qualifiedprofessionals capable of creating and transferring relevant knowledge to face the challenges of human development and to achieve and maintain the psychological well-being of people.
Graduate profile

The graduate of this program has an updated scientific knowledge of the psychology and the theoretical and methodological tools necessary to generate and execute research projects in psychology and related areas. Also, the graduate has a solid theoretical background that allows him to exercise updated and relevant teaching to the state of the art of the discipline in the field of higher education.
Admission requirements

Professional Title of Psychologist and / or Academic Degree in Psychology, or a University Degree and / or Degree in a discipline of Human Sciences, Social Sciences, Education, Health, or other related discipline, awarded by a national or foreign university in a program officially recognized in Chile.

Description of studies

The Program consists of 31 credits: 17 of Subject studies and 14 of Research

 

First Semester (April to July)*

Second semester (September to December)*

• Induction module

• Personality psychology

• Basic psychological processes

• Social psychology

• Psychology of Vital cycle

• Psychological research II

• Psycholgical research I

• Thesis seminar I

Third semester (April to July)*

Scond semester (September to December)*

Elective course I

Elective course III

Elective course II

Elective course IV

Thesis seminar II

Thesis seminar III

* In the month of March of the first Semester the Workshop of stipulation and induction is realized. During the months of January and August there are curricular activities "Research Seminars" and the Thesis Defense Exams.

Academic staff and research areasPermanent professors
Dra. Paula Alarcón Bañares.
Mg. Marina Alarcón Espinoza.
Dra. Paula Alonqueo Boudon.
Dra. Paula Boero Villagrán.
Dra. Marianela Denegri Coria.
Dr. Germán Gálvez García.
Dra. Carolina González Suhr
Dr. Enrique Hinostroza Scheel.
Mg. Arlett Krause Arriagada.
Dr. Christian Labbé Barrientos.
Dr. Manuel Ortiz Parada.
Dra. Mireya Palavecinos Tapia.
Dra. Beatriz Pérez Sánchez.
Mg. Ana María Poo Figueroa.
Dr. Ricardo Pérez-Luco Arenas.
Dr. Lucio Rehbein Felmer.
Dr. José Luis Saiz Vidallet.
Dra. Eugenia Vinet Reichardt.
Dra. Alba Zambrano Constanzo.

Research lines

1. Construction of social knowledge, economic psychology and economic literacy.
2. Social psychology and culture: inter-group relations, acculturation, values.
3. Educational psychology, special educational needs, school coexistence.
4. Psychology of the personality, psychometric and clinical evaluation of the personality in adults and adolescents, development of instruments of psychological evaluation.
5. Child development in intercultural contexts. Moral development.
6. Responsible Ecological Behavior. Environmental Psychology.
7. Psychological stress and chronic diseases.
8. Experimental psychology: Enhancement of cognitive functions in users of multimedia technology. Expression of memory skills in children, adults and the elderly.
9. Gender violence. Child abuse. Sexual and reproductive health.
10. Family and Parenting. Children and Adolescents in situations of vulnerability. Social maladjustment and delinquency.