Are you interested in learning about human behaviour and the mental processes that cause it? Does criminal behaviour attract your attention? Do you want to learn about criminal proceedings? Would you like to have a better understanding of the victim and the perpetrators? Do you want to collaborate in the prevention of crime, rehabilitation and reintegration of criminals or measurement and prevention of conflicts? Do you want to work in something that lets you help others solve their problems, allowing you to contribute to building a more just and united world?
If so, you will be interested in studying the Double Degree in Psychology and Criminology. This programme allows you to obtain a double degree in 5 years, which will enable you to apply psychological techniques in the criminological and forensic context. The Double Degree in Psychology and Criminology trains students to be psychologists with legal knowledge, which provides them with excellent tools to deal with victims and aggressors, to assess and treat people with antisocial problems, to perform psychological assessments and mediation of conflicts, among many other things.
This Degree in Psychology and Degree in Criminology programme is aimed at people interested in human beings, their individual and social behaviour, and the processes and variables that help explain it. We are looking for motivated students, with a great capacity for hard work, with analytical skills and with the ability.
November 24 to May 4, 2018
March 10, 2018 at 10:00 a.m.
February 2, 2018
April 13, 2018
Course fees: €1,312.50 plus nine monthly installments of €645 each.
Normally timetable is from Mondays to Fridays between, 09:00 and 19:00.
Information and Student Reception Office
C/ Alberto Aguilera, 21 - 28015 Madrid
Tel.: +34 91 540 61 32
Fax: +34 91 559 65 69
students mainly interested in Psychology, motivated to enlarge their technical, academic and ethical training, in order to face the spheres of action...social problems, there are victims and perpetrators. The student profile is then that of a student wanting to deepen in Psychology and complementing it with Sociology, and Law, to explain furtherly the problems from different perspectives.
To begin your studies is a prerequisite condition prove you accomplish with the legal requirements of access to the University.
The admissions tests will take place between April 17 and May 5, 2017, The admissions tests, at the Cantoblanco campus (Madrid). The tests involve a personalized evaluation of the candidate's appropriateness and an indicative appraisal of his/her English level. These tests include an interview with a lecturer, who will explore the candidate's motivations for choosing this major, while review and discuss the applicant's academic record. Besides the academic aspects, the process will also take into account all personal traits that indicate how the candidate will adapt to the future study of psychology.
The information gathered by each interviewer will be officially recorded, and then presented and evaluated altogether by the admissions committee that guides the Dean's final decision regarding applications.
Admissions criteria: the average grade of the academic record is worth 60%, the candidate's personal interview will be worth 30%, and the essay about why studying the Degree in Psychology and Criminology, 10%.
The Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Comillas Pontifical University qualification is part of the field of knowledge of the Health Sciences and the Bachelor's degree in Criminology from Comillas Pontifical University is part of the branch of Social and Legal Sciences. The double degree is delivered over five years.
The training includes compulsory & optional modules together with internships and two final bachelor's projects (Psychology and Criminology).
on the Bachelor's Degree in Psychology:
176 ECTS of Compulsory basic training, and
An external internship of 24 ECTS and other internships (15 ECTS) are also envisaged.
24 ECTS of specific training in optional modules
And, the final bachelor's project (6 ECTS).
Bachelor's Degree in Criminology:
No. of credits compulsory modules - 177
No. of credits external internship - 12
No. of credits optional modules - 45
No. of credits final bachelor's project - 6
Combined curriculum for the Bachelor's Degrees in Psychology and Criminology
Graduates from the Dual Degree Program in Psychology and Criminology must care about academic excellence, ethical commitment and proactiveness when dealing with work challenges. Specifically, graduates will able to bring their skills into multidisciplinary work teams, which are increasingly part of the career prospects of Psychology and Criminology.
As well as the career prospects of the Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, new professional areas will be included that are provided for by the combination of Psychology and Criminology:
Other programmes related to the Dual Degree Program in Psychology and Criminology are:
The curriculum of this Dual Degree Program in Psychology and Criminology includes external curricular internships.