The Master’s degree focuses on five core competences, seven generic competences and fourteen specific competences.
CC6 -Acquire the necessary knowledge and understanding to develop and/or apply innovative ideas in a research context.
CC7.- Apply the knowledge acquired and problem-solving capacity in new or little known settings within wider (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to the subject area.
CC8. Be capable of integrating knowledge and facing up to the complex task of forming an opinion from information which, although incomplete or limited, includes reflection on social and ethical responsibilities linked to the application of knowledge and judgements.
CC9.– Be capable of communicating one’s conclusions, and the knowledge and rationale underpinning them to specialist and non-specialist audiences in clear and unambiguous terms.
CC10.-Develop the learning skills to continue studying in a self-directed or independent manner.
TC1 - Work collaboratively to achieve common objectives by exchanging constructive contributions, mediating in conflicts, sharing knowledge, and assuming commitments and responsibilities at the service of the team, carrying out the role of team leader as the occasion or context requires.
TC2 - Develop new ideas, actions and projects with a positive impact on the environment, turning ideas into actions, making decisions and taking risks.
GC1 - Relate positively with others through empathic listening and clear and assertive expression in psychosocial intervention.
GC2 - Identify, analyse and define the significant elements that constitute a psychosocial problem in order to solve it with judgement and in an effective way, proposing and constructing, as a team, solutions to problems in different social spheres and with a global vision.
GC3 - Effectively determine the objectives, priorities, methods and controls for carrying out tasks by organising activities with the deadlines and means available, planning the development of a complex psychosocial intervention project with method and accuracy.
GC4 - Analyse the social and cultural diversity of psychosocial realities as an enriching personal and collective component in any intervention process.
SC01 - Recognise the different social realities that required professional action in the field of social intervention from a psychology perspective.
SC02 - Identify the needs, aspirations and social problems related to human diversity (gender, age, cultural, and other).
SC03 - Analyse and diagnose psychological needs and demands of the target group according to different contextual systems, as well as identify the psychosocial factors underpinning these needs and demands.
SC04 - Establish the psychological intervention objectives according to the needs and demands of the target group, as well as the psychosocial factors underpinning them.
SC05 - Choose, from among the psychological intervention techniques studied in the master's degree, those that are suitable for achieving the previously established objectives.
SC06- Draw up, implement and evaluate intervention projects, of a psychological nature, in a critical, reflective and agreed way based on the participation of target groups receiving social intervention.
SC07 - Design the evaluation process of psychosocial intervention projects within the framework of the own planned action cycle.
SC08- Show the ability to develop, draw up and implement psychological research processes of a theoretical and empirical nature, both basic and applied, in the social field with academic rigour.
SC09 - Effectively communicate work of a psychological nature in the social sphere, incorporating an academic and professional style, whether oral, written or visual.
SC10- Correctly identify and handle one’s own emotions and their impact on the personal and professional involvement in the psychological intervention process.
SC11 - Demonstrate a deep understanding of the relationship between professional work conducted by psychologists and the regulatory context, social intervention services, community social action and work dynamics in multidisciplinary teams.
SC14 -Assess the ethical and deontological implications of psychological intervention in social contexts; respect and defend human rights, democratic principles, equal opportunities between men and women, solidarity, universal access and design for all, promotion of a culture for peace and respect for religious and cultural diversity and plurality, by identifying the way in which social psychology can contribute to protecting and developing them, especially for people at risk of social exclusion.