Master's Degree in Psychology of Work, Organization and Human Resources

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Length of program 1 year
Timetable afternoon
Credits 60 ECTS
CoordinationDr. Manel Noguera
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Official Master in Psychology of Work, Organization and Human Resources

The purpose of this Master’s is to specialise in the field of work and organisational psychology for graduates or Bachelor’s degree holders who want to develop their careers in the field of managing people. Our aim is to provide multidisciplinary, high-quality training that meets the challenges posed by society to professionals who want to work in this area within organisations.

This Master’s provides an overview of all the aspects included in the area of human resources (technical competences) and this area’s relation with the other areas within the organisation. It is likewise an opportunity to develop both personal and interpersonal competences in a practical, applied setting.

We remain faithful to the directives established by the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP), an organisation whose main mission is to support the development and practice of work and organisational psychology (W&O Psychology) in Europe, as well as to promote cooperation between scholars and professionals in the sector.

Admission criteria

Admission to the University Master's in Work, Organizational Psychology and Human Resources requires students to hold a Bachelor’s in Psychology.
All students must have an interview with the coordinator of the programme. The selection and admission criteria are based on:

  • Grade point average
  • Previous work experience
  • Additional training in the subject area of the Master’s
  • Student motivation
  • (English) language level B1, according to Royal Decree 29/12/07