Academic year: 2022/2023
Type: Official Master's Degree
ECTS Credits: 90
Length of programme (full time): 1.5 YEARS
Mode of delivery: Face-to-face
Level of qualification: Máster (MECES level 3 - EQF level 7)
Model of study: Full-time (42-60 ECTS per school year)
Academic Information for mobility students
Language(s) of instruction Spanish
More info: programme website
Name: ANTONIO, FERNÁNDEZ PARRA
Faculty of Psychology / Granada campus
Field(s) of education and training (ISCED-F)
- Health, not elsewhere classified (0919)
Students who have completed the second cycle have the following competences:
– They possess and understand knowledge that provides a basis or opportunity for originality in the development and/or application of ideas, often in a research context.
– They are able to apply their acquired knowledge and problem-solving skills in new or unfamiliar environments within broader (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to their field of study.
– They are able to integrate knowledge and deal with the complexity of making judgements on the basis of incomplete or limited information, including reflections on the social and ethical responsibilities linked to the application of their knowledge and judgements.
– They know how to communicate their conclusions, and the knowledge and ultimate reasons behind them, to specialist and non-specialist audiences in a clear and unambiguous way.
– They possess the learning skills to enable them to continue studying in a largely self-directed or autonomous manner.
Name of title awarded in original language
Máster Universitario en Psicología General Sanitaria
90 minimum credits
Access to a regulated profession
Professional Status Health Psychologist
Applicable regulations Ministerial Order ECD/1070/2013, dated 12 June (Spanish Government Gazette, BOE of 14 June 2013)
– No Specialisation
Access to Bachelor’s Degree programmes is granted to students with the following degrees/ diplomas or studies, or any other recognized as equivalent to these:
A.1. Spanish Bachiller, European Baccalaureate or International Baccalaureate.
A.2. Baccalaureate from European Union Member States’ education systems or other countries withinternational agreements.
A.3. Advanced Technician in Vocational Training, Advanced Technician in Plastic Arts and Design orAdvanced Technician in Sports Education, from the Spanish Education System.
A.4.Studies carried out in European Union Member States or in other countries with international reciprocal agreements which meet the academic requirements in those States to access their university studyprogrammes.
A.5. Official Spanish university degrees of Diplomado, Arquitecto Técnico, Ingeniero Técnico, Licenciado, Arquitecto, Ingeniero, Graduado or Máster Universitario.
A.6. Partial (foreign or Spanish) university studies.
Access to Bachelor’s Degree programmes is also possible for:
B.1. People over twenty-five after successfully passing a specific access test.
B.2. People over forty with work or professional experience related to a university field of knowledge.
B.3. People over forty-five after successfully passing a specific access test.
Likewise, access to Bachelor’s Degree programmes is granted to:
C.1. People meeting the requirements to enter university according to the Spanish Education Systemregulations prior to Ley Orgánica 8/2013, of December 9.
Specific admission requirements
Ministerial Order ECD/1070/2013, dated 12 June (Spanish Government Gazette, BOE of 14 June 2013) sets out the specific access criteria for the Master’s Degrees in General Health Psychology necessary for admission to the regulated and formally recognised profession of General Health Psychologist.
The Order stipulates that access to the Master’s degree will be conditional upon the possession of a degree of Licenciado or Graduado (Bachelor’s degree) in Psychology, together, where appropriate, with the successful completion of complementary training to ensure the candidate has achieved at least 90 ECTS credits in specifically health-related topics.
Prior to entering the Master’s degree programme, candidates will be required to provide documentary evidence of having achieved these 90 credits in the form of official academic certification specifying the courses or subjects covered, with their respective credits. These courses and subjects must pertain to the areas of Personality, Psychological Assessment and Treatment, Clinical Psychology and Health Psychology.
In this regard, those courses with a specific focus on health will be considered to be those covering health-related spheres of knowledge and those belonging to the areas of Clinical Psychology and Health Psychology, provided these are aimed “specifically and fundamentally at providing students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes required in the healthcare environment.