SKILLS ON THE BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN PSYCHOLOGY
CG 01 - Ability to Analyze and synthesize.
CG 02 - Ability to organize and plan.
CG 03 - Oral and written communication skills in your native language.
CG 04 - Decision making ability.
CG 05 - Problem solving ability.
CG 06 - Information management ability.
CG 07 - IT knowledge relating to the area of study.
CG 08 - Ability to work in a team and cooperate effectively with others.
CG 09 - Interpersonal relationship skills.
CG 10 - Critical and self-critical reasoning.
CG 11 - Ethical commitment.
CG 12 - Recognition of diversity and multiculturalism.
CG 13 - The ability to develop and keep up to date your own competences, skills, and knowledge in accordance with the standards of the profession.
CG 14 - Ability to adapt to new situations.
CG 15 - Ability to work autonomously and to think creatively, developing new ideas and concepts.
CG 16 - Concern for the quality and excellence of your own work.
CE 01 - Know the functions, characteristics, and limitations of the different theoretical models of psychology.
CE 02 - Know the basic laws of the different psychological processes.
CE 03 - Know the principal processes and stages of psychological development throughout the life-cycle, including the normal and abnormal aspects.
CE 04 - Understand the genetic and evolutionary bases of individual differences in behavior.
CE 05 - Know about the psychosocial principles of the workings of groups.
CE 06 - Know about the psychosocial principles of the workings of organizations.
CE 07 - Know about the social and anthropological dimension of the human being, taking into account the historical and cultural factors that intervene in human psychological configuration.
CE 08 - Know about different research designs, and procedures for formulating and contrasting hypotheses and interpreting the results.
CE 09 - Ability to analyze differences, needs, and demands of the recipients (individual, group, and family) in different contexts.
CE 10 - Ability to negotiate and establish the goals of basic psychological intervention in different contexts.
CE 11 - Ability to separate the interests and needs of the recipient from those of the others involved.
CE 12 - Ability to identify and measure variables that are relevant to understanding human behavior.
CE 13 - Ability to plan and carry out an interview.
CE 14 - Know different evaluation methods in different applied areas of psychology, and be able to make diagnoses according to different schools.
CE 15 - Ability to describe and measure the processes for interaction, group dynamics, and group and intergroup structure.
CE 16 - Ability to analyze the context in which individual behavior, and group and organizational processes develop.
CE 17 - Ability to prepare the intervention plan for each of the basic phases of any treatment.
CE 18 - Know about different psychological treatments in different applied fields and know how to choose basic intervention techniques.
CE 19 - Ability to use strategies and techniques to involve recipients in the intervention.
CE 20 - Ability to promote health and quality of life in different areas of intervention.
CE 21 - Ability to realize an adequate evaluation of the intervention.
CE 22 - Know how to provide feedback to the recipients in an adequate and precise manner.
CE 23 - Know and conform with the deontological obligations of the profession.
CE 24 - Know about the structure, organization, and functioning of the nervous system in relation with behavior.
CE 25 - Understand the physiological mechanisms of neural communication and how psycho-pharmaceuticals affect it.
CE 26 - Know about the main psychological research strategies and methods and understanding their uses.
CE 27 - Know about human sexual anatomy, the sexual response cycle, and an approach to the bio-physiological bases of sexual desire.
CE 28 - Know about the biological bases of the lower psychological functions and the higher psychological processes.
SKILLS ON THE BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN CRIMINOLOGY
CG 01 - Ability to find and manage information in the field of criminology.
CG 02 - Ability to analyze and synthesize relevant data and information in the professional area of criminology.
CG 03 - Organizational and planning skills while working in criminology.
CG 04 - Ability to use information and communication technology in the performance of the profession of criminology.
CG 05 - Ability to express oneself correctly both in speech and in writing while working as a criminologist.
CG 06 - Ability to work in a team and establish interpersonal relations while working in the field of criminology.
CG 07 - Ability to use Information and Communication Technology in the performance of the profession of criminology.
CG 08 - Ability to make well founded decisions autonomously regarding professional problems in the field of criminology.
CG 09 - Ability to recognize diversity and multiculturalism and manage them appropriately while working as a criminologist.
CG 10 - Ethical commitment while working in criminology.
CG 11 - Ability to progress as a professional criminologist with rigor and seriousness in the work.
CG 12 - Ability to adapt to new situations and work creatively in the field of criminology.
CE 01 - Know and understand of the conceptual bases of the law and its relevance as a regulator of social relations, identifying the roots of the law and its hierarchy.
CE 02 - Know of the process for applying legal standards, interpreting them in accordance with the rules and principles of the legal system, and understand their effectiveness, the duty to comply with them and the consequences of failure to comply with them.
CE 03 - Know the structure of the state and its institutions, identifying the constitutional bodies and their respective functions.
CE 04 - Know the system of constitutional rights and duties, and public freedoms and their system of guarantees.
CE 05 - Understand the legal system as a complex whole, identifying the legal sources of public law and applying them to specific cases.
CE 06 - Understand the basic theoretical concepts referring to criminal law and the different statutory categories of the legal theory of crime.
CE 07 - Analyze factual situations and the possible responses given by the legal system, both in the investigation and judging the crime, and in the enforcement of sentences.
CE 08 - Identify the offenses specified in the Criminal Code.
CE 09 - Distinguish between the different theories and systems of criminal policy.
CE 10 - Know the concepts, objectives, instruments, and values of restorative justice.
CE 11 - Specific knowledge of the justice system in order that criminology professionals can correctly use it.
CE 12 - Know and understand Spain's criminal legal system, identifying each of its bodies and the competences entrusted to each of them.
CE 13 - Identify the elements of a legal conflict, proposing alternatives for resolving it.
CE 14 - Understand the fundamental concepts of family and juvenile law, and acquiring the ability required to apply this knowledge in practice.
CE 15 - Prepare legal documents in an orderly and comprehensible manner, identifying the basic legal sources, and using convincing legal arguments in the field of family and juvenile law.
CE 16 - Ability to identify and measure variables that are relevant to understanding criminal behavior.
CE 17 - Know about different designs for criminological investigation, procedures for formulating and contrasting hypotheses and interpreting the results.
CE 18 - Know about the basic concepts of criminology and in-depth knowledge of different psychosocial theories of criminality and social deviation.
CE 19 - Identify clearly the different forms of criminality, their historical and social origins, and their particular features, as well as their different consequences in legal, penal, and policing terms.
CE 20 - Provide up-to-date information on the impact of new technologies in contemporary society and their impact on criminal behavior, the possibilities that they offer for prosecuting and reducing crime, and their implications in terms of social control.
CE 21 - Know about social and economic structures, processes of social change, and the consequences that social inequalities trigger in the development of people, groups, and communities as well as criminogenic effects.
CE 22 - Provide tools for critical analysis of social reality.
CE 23 - Know about differentiating elements such as ethnicity, culture, and gender, and their influence on situations of discrimination, oppression, vulnerability, and social exclusion.
CE 24 - Apply fundamental concepts from sociology and anthropology such as socialization, stratification, and social control, to the analysis of marginalization, social exclusion, delinquent subcultures, and the design of social intervention and criminology programs.
CE 25 - Adequately understand and apply the terminology and basic concepts of legal medicine, forensic psychiatry, scientific investigation, and forensic toxicology, and their relationships with the law and other forensic sciences.
CE 26 - Know the biological foundations and basic principles of behavioral genetics and application of the knowledge to the study of behavior (normal and abnormal) and psychological processes.
CE 27 - Understand an expert report (medical, psychiatric, or police) supplied for legal proceedings, both in its preparation criteria as well as in the rules that make it possible to reach a legal conclusion, and the consequences of applying them in criminal and civil proceedings.
CE 28 - Know the functions, characteristics, and limitations of the different theoretical models of applied psychology in the fields of forensics and criminology.
CE 29 - Know the principal processes and stages of psychological development throughout the life-cycle, including the normal and abnormal aspects.
CE 30 - Ability to identify and measure variables that are relevant to understanding deviant and criminal human behavior.
CE 31 - Know the social and anthropological dimensions of human behavior that affect normal and delinquent psychological make-up.
CE 32 - Know the basic laws of the different psychological processes relating to normal and delinquent behavior.
CE 33 - Know the psychosocial principles of the workings of groups, both normal and marginal.
CE 34 - Know about the victim's relationship with the criminal justice system in its substantive, procedural, and assistance facets
CE 35 - Know and understand the various aspects of victimization in its theoretical aspect, and for research.
CE 36 - Know about treatment and intervention processes with victims, especially in work with people in a position of vulnerability.
CE 37 - Know about effective crime prevention programs, positive intervention techniques with criminals, and the different models or systems for responding to crime. Understand the general organization, methods, and strategies for action in public and private institutions, in relation to prevention, and action with delinquents.
CE 38 - Know about non-judicial systems for conflict resolution and their legal effects, and acquire the necessary strategies and skills to carry out the function of mediation in conflicts and for negotiating in high-risk situations.
CE 39 - Understand the personal and family relations and know about the different forms of intervention in relation to spouses (marriage, separation, and divorce), minors (rights and obligations of and towards minors, adoption and fostering, protection of minors), and elderly and dependent persons for reasons of illness.
CE 40 - Identify and manage ethical conflicts, dilemmas, and problems by designing strategies for overcoming them and reflecting on them.
CE 41 - Promote criminological practice within the framework of professional ethics through knowledge and understanding of the ethical codes relating to Criminology and its applicability in specific contexts.
CE 42 - Analyze and critically judge contemporary social, political, and cultural reality, applying the basic principles of the social doctrine of the Church to do so, with sensitivity in the face of potential social problems and injustices and being able to detect social and personal situations of vulnerability in the relationship with people you encounter in your work as a criminologist.
CE 43 - Describe and analyze the phenomenon of religion in contemporary society, its unity and its diversity, evaluating the importance of the religious dimension as a factor shaping the identity of the individual in your work with victims and criminals.
CE 44 - Ability to read and understand scientific literature written in English in areas relating to criminology, as well as preparing clear and detailed texts in this field.
CE 45 - Ability to follow and understand the main ideas of a lengthy discourse in English on topics from social sciences, criminology, and law.
CE 46 - Ability to participate in an academic debate in the field criminology with some fluency, expressing one's views.
CE 47 - The ability to analyze differences, needs, and demands from the recipients of a professional intervention as a criminologist in different contexts. Community prevention, Intervention with juvenile and adult criminals. Interventions with victims of crime. Forensic criminology and criminological reports.
CE 48 - Ability to prepare the intervention plan in each of the basic phases.