A UCN graduate with a degree in Psychology is a professional responsible for diagnosing, intervening and investigating psychological and social processes in individuals and groups with organizations and communities, always interested in the wellbeing of individuals.
Based on the degree program’s extensive curricular content, a UCN Psychologist understands the field from multiple perspectives. They can work in clinical and health-related contexts, legal, neuropsychological, social and community, educational and organizational contexts in both the public and private sector.
The Psychology Department at UCN runs the Psycho-Social Intervention Center for the community. The center includes Units for Family and Couples Therapy and Immigration Assistance as well as the Innovative University Teaching Research Unit, which upholds the quality of psychology teaching