To provide the most complete and comprehensive education possible, the Official Master's Degree in Educational and Psychological Intervention combines different complementary learning methods and strategies.
The determination of the number of credits per subject, following the ECTS model, is the result of an approximate calculation based on the number of hours students need for the following tasks: advance preparation, class attendance and work, self-assessment, case resolution and any other system of assessment assigned by the professor.
On average, with some slight variations between subjects based on the methods used, it is estimated that each hour in class corresponds to one and a half hours of additional work for the student, either before or after class. The bulk of the hours, however, corresponds to individual work and activities (study, analysis, etc.).
Throughout the period of study, professionals will be invited to share their experiences and knowledge with students in the Official Master's Degree in Educational and Psychological Intervention program. The program will organize seminars and specialized workshops led by these professionals with experience in the different fields of intervention proposed in the master's degree program.
Classes and assignments
Participatory, interactive classes that students prepare for in advance using materials distributed for each session.
Frequent use of cases in practical subjects.
Special sessions with invited professionals in a talk-workshop format.
Specialized workshops of short duration, led by professionals, on specific topics from the curriculum or on the use of particular techniques or strategies.
A Master's Thesis Project including public oral defense of the project.