The Undergraduate Final Year Project is compulsory, showing the results of four years of study. In order to enrol, students must have completed, or at least enrolled for, all of the core and compulsory subjects in the programme syllabus.
The Undergraduate Final Degree Project enables students to gain in-depth knowledge of psychology. Students examine the schools of thought and research methods, attaining a level enabling them to do their own original work.
This empirical research project calls for professional skills and is supervised by a lecturer. It must be defended before a tribunal. This project specifically trains students to:
- Learn and work independently and manage projects and assignments.
- Identify the main resources developed in the field of psychology, knowing the principles, methods and techniques for psychological assessment, measurement and diagnosis.
- Describe and measure psychological variables.
- Formulate, design and carry out an empirical research project.
- Write out scientific reports on psychology.