|Length of program||1 year|
|Degree Director||Dr. David Simó|
The University Master’s in Attending to Diversity and Inclusive Education aims to provide students with threefold training:
The overall approach of this degree, and specifically of each of its modules, as well as the Master’s Final Project and the external practicums are all oriented at professional practice, with general and advanced training in the attitudes, skills and knowledge needed to work in the field of health psychology.
In addition to the overall objectives mentioned above, the contents of this degree programme also seek to attain the following goals:
Upon completion of the University Master’s in Attending to Diversity and Inclusive Education, students are expected to have developed the following specific competences (SC):