This doctoral program aims to offer training and thesis of excellence in the fields of Work and Organization Psychology, Legal and Forensic Psychology and Consumer and User Psychology. Research and innovation constitute the basis for the development of this incipient area, providing researchers with specialized training with magnificent professional perspectives.PresentationThe doctoral program in Work and Organizational Psychology, Legal-Forensic and Consumer and User Psychology aims to offer training and thesis of excellence in three areas:The Psychology of Work and Organizations , on issues such as employment, individual and organizational well-being, work teams, HR management, justice, equality and non-discrimination, the evaluation of psychosocial risks and occupational health, performance prediction, measurement techniques and in general in the applications of psychology at work, human resources and occupational health.
Legal and Forensic Psychology , on issues such as conflict management and resolution, in mediation with guidance from Therapeutic Justice; in legal psychology of the family and minors; in victimology, in psychosocial study of violent behavior, in domestic and gender violence; in social and community intervention, in prevention and intervention in social maladjustment, in legal decision-making, in testimony psychology, in criminal and prison psychology, in child neglect, abuse and maltreatment.
In recent years, Consumer and User Psychology has become a line of work with enormous potential for professionals and researchers in the field of psychology. Companies and organizations related to Advertising or Marketing, market and opinion studies recognize the enormous value that Psychology has in this field. As if that were not enough, from the social services and public institutions more and more psychologists are directly involved in the design, development and evaluation of programs, as well as in the assurance of their quality and the satisfaction of patients and users. Research and innovation constitute the basis for the development of this incipient area, providing researchers with specialized training with magnificent professional perspectives.ProfileEntry profile without training supplements:
1) Graduates / graduates and diplomas in Psychology and Labor Relations and Human Resources and other degrees that will pursue a master's degree in:Psychology
Human Resources Department
Labor Direction2) Students with a DEA degree or equivalent obtained through Psychology and Labor Relations and Human Resources programs, especially those who obtained the DEA through the Doctoral Program in Social Psychology and applied to the organizational and political-legal contexts of the University of Santiago de Compostela.
Entry profile with training complements:
In the case of other types of profiles different from the previous ones, the Academic Committee will evaluate each case individually. The possibility of requiring training complements will be considered (maximum up to 15 ECTS)
AdmissionThe assessment of the admission criteria that the Academic Committee of the Doctoral Program will take into account will be the following:Academic record: 40%
Knowledge of the English language: candidates must present supporting documentation (eg First Certificate, etc.): 5%
Professional experience: candidates must present supporting documentation (work life certification, copy of contracts, etc.): 5%
Research experience: candidates must present supporting documentation (publication of articles, monographs, participation in research groups, etc.): 15%