Double Degree in Criminology and Psychology

Experts in applying Psychology to the context of Criminology and Forensics

Train with social sensitivity and acquire the skills and values to detect and research the factors involved in crime.

What will I find in the PDF?

  • Detailed study plan
  • Why this degree is perfect for you
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Start

Sep 1, 2019

Duration

5 años
  • Study the new trends with the added value of the knowledge of Clinical Psychology
  • Complement your training through exchanges at English and American universities.

 

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What will I find in the PDF?

  • Detailed study plan
  • Why this degree is perfect for you

Key Points

Study new trends in Legal and Forensic Psychology

  • Start date

    Sep 1, 2019

  • Duration

    5 años

  • Language

    Español

  • ECTS

    354

  • Modality

    Presencial

  • Campus

    Madrid Villaviciosa de Odón

  • University

    Universidad Europea de Madrid

  • Knowledge Area

    Law

  • Study Type

    Degree

Why study this program?

1

Legal Clinic

Resolve real cases proposed by low-income people.

33

% International teachers

33% of teachers come or have been employed in other countries

100

Global experience

Thanks to the agreements we have with the best universities in Europe, USA and Asia

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Facilities

  • Visits Room where you will have the opportunity to participate in “mock simulated trials” and experiment being in a real setting of legal procedural practice.
  • Legal Clinic, where you will be in contact with real clients who need to solve their cases, with practicing lawyers working pro bono, which facilitates knowledge of the social exercise of Law.
  • Simulated Hospital, where each clinical area is represented, equipped with the latest technology in clinical materials, audiovisual technology and data management.
  • Criminalistic Laboratories

Faculty

An exceptional Faculty, internationally recognized, which combines professional and academic profiles and academic and research profiles which will train you in Criminology and the acquisition of training necessary for the profession.

José Luis Martínez Rubio.
Leading Professor. Graduate in Psychology, Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona, Master’s Degree in Human Resources, Escuela de Alta Dirección y Administración de Barcelona, Doctor in Social Psychology, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia – and Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA), IEDE Business School. Vice Dean of Psychology, Faculty of Biomedical Sciences and Health, Universidad Europea de Madrid.

Óscar García López.
Professor in Differential Psychology. Doctor and Graduate in Psychology, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. MBA, IEDE. Director of the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Biomedical Sciences and Health, Universidad Europea de Madrid.

Rebeca Cordero
Leading Professor in Applied Sociology. Qualified Professor. Doctor in Communications (conflict areas), UEM. Diploma in Advanced Studies in “Politics and Government” and Graduate in Political Science and Sociology, UNED. Researcher in the “Group on Knowledge-Research in Social Problems”. Member of the Department of Law and Criminology in the Faculty of Social Sciences and Communications, Universidad Europea.

Rocío Moldes Farelo
Leading Qualified Professor. Doctor in Political Sciences and Sociology, Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Research profile, responsible for two active projects. Leading professor in the Department of Law and Criminology, Faculty of Social Sciences and Communications, Universidad Europea.  

Ignacio Valentín Mayoral Narros,
Doctor in Law, Universidad Pontificia Comillas. Graduate in Law, Specializing in Business Management Law, Universidad Pontificia Comillas. Master’s Degree in Family Mediation and Advice, Universidad Pontificia de Comillas. Jurist in the Execution of Provisional Judicial Measures Centers. Director of the International School of Youth Justice and member of the European Council on Youth Justice.

Daniel Briggs.
Qualified Professor, Fellowship to the Higher Education Academy. Doctor in Sociology, University of London, United Kingdom. Master’s Degree in Criminology, University of Middlesex, United Kingdom. Degree in Criminology and Cultural Studies and Media, University of Middlesex, United Kingdom.  

Jorge Ramiro Pérez Suárez,
Graduate in Law, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Master’s Degree in Criminology, University of Edinburgh, Doctor in Criminology, University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom.

Julia Pulido Gragera
Qualified Professor. Doctor in Law, Universidad de Valencia. Graduate in Political Sciences, Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Director of the Master’s Degree in Foreign Policy and Diplomacy, Universidad Europea de Madrid.

Antonio Pérez Miras
Qualified Professor. Graduate in Law, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Master’s Degree in Health, Bioethics and Healthcare Law in the EU, Universidad de Granada, European Doctor in Constitutional Law, Universidad de Bolonia, Italy.

Beatriz Gutiérrez López
Graduate in Law, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Doctor in Peace Studies and International Security, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Instituto Universitario Gutiérrez Mellado.

Esther Alba Ferré
Graduate in Law, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Doctor in Law, Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Qualified Professor. Doctor in Sociology, Universidad del País Vasco. Graduate in Political Sciences and Sociology, Universidad de Deusto (Bilbao). Postgraduate in Human Resources, Universidad Comercial de Deusto. Qualified professor of Sociology and researcher in the Department of Law and Criminology, Faculty of Social Sciences and Communications, Universidad Europea.

María José G. Santacruz
Doctor in Anthropology and Sociology, Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Graduate in Social Education and Graduate in Social and Cultural Anthropology.

Miguel Ángel Poveda Criado
Graduate in Journalism, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Doctor in Journalism, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Doctor in Peace and National Security, UNED, European Doctor in Social Sciences, Universidad Técnica de Lisboa, Portugal.

Nuria Janire Rámila Díaz
Graduate in Law, Universidad del País Vasco, Graduate in Information Sciences, Universidad de Navarra. Master’s Degree in Criminology and Victimology, Universidad Miguel Hernández.

Rafael Fontán Tirado
Graduate in Law, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Graduate in Legal and Forensic Practice, Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

Manuel Primo Prieto
Graduate in Psychology, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Specializing in Industrial Psychology, Psychology and Psychotechnical School. Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management, IDE-CESEM-Instituto Directivos de Empresa, Master’s Degree in Prevention of Risks in the Workplace, Universidad San Pablo, CEU. Doctor in Economics and Business, Universidad Europea de Madrid.

Elena Goñi Huarte
Graduate in Financial Law, Universidad de Navarra, Doctor in Law, Universidad de Navarra. Practicing lawyer, member of the Madrid Bar Association.

Marcos Alonso Rodríguez.
BSc (Hons) in Psychology, University of Nottingham Trent (United Kingdom), MSc in Psychology at Work and Business, Aston Business School (United Kingdom).

Francisco Montesinos Marín.
Psychologist Specializing in Clinical Psychology and Doctor in Psychology, Universidad de Almería.

Price and advantages Double Degree in Criminology and Psychology

12.288,00 €

per year

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  • Grants for continuing students
  • Grants for simultaneous studies
  • First in family scholarships
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  • Official scholarships
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WHY STUDY CRIMINOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY AT UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE MADRID?

  • Combine the substantial and innovative training in Criminology, with an international perspective.
  • Adapt perfectly to the job market and the security market, guaranteeing high level of preparation and student employability.
  • Specialize through a specialization in Legal and Forensic Psychology
  • Complete part of your practical work experience in the Simulated Hospital and Visits Room. Also, choose the center where you wish to complete your internship thanks to collaboration agreements with the University.  
  • You have the opportunity to study a CERTIFICATE IN US SECURITY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE in New York, a five-subject program within the Criminal and Security Department (Pace University).

Career opportunities

  • Forensic Psychologist
  • Work in Social Integration Centers, Prison Institutions or Juvenile Detention Centers
  • Specialize in the preparation of expert criminology reports for the Justice Administration.  
  • Advise private security companies, become a criminal mediator or advisor to victims of crime, among others.
Salidas profesionales

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Admission process

1. Documentation

To begin your admission process, the first thing to do is book your appointment online or by calling 91 740 72 72.

  • Selectividad card showing eligibility status
  • Two photocopies of your ID
  • Academic record file transfer 
  • Proof of payment of the Admission fee before or on the date of appointment

2.  What does the admissions test consist of?

  • Skills and abilities test
  • General knowledge test
  • Language assessment test
  • Personal interview

When will you know you’ve been accepted?

You’ll find out the result of the admissions test via an admissions letter that you’ll receive by email. If you have any doubts or queries, you can contact our Admissions Department for New Students at ads@universidadeuropea.es

3. Reserve your place

Along with the admissions letter, you will receive an envelope with information about official registration. It is recommended that in order to reserve your place, you should respond within 7 days of receiving the letter.

4. Registration

All students joining the Universidad Europea for the first time, wanting to study a degree, must open a file with the university, prior to registration. The Department of Admission for New Students will provide the candidate with all the documentation and forms to complete their registration.

Convalidations and transfers

You don’t have to carry on doing something you don’t want to. For this reason, we have designed specific convalidation and university transfer plan. If you want to know your personalized plan, as quickly and easily as possible, send us an email to convalidaciones@universidadeuropea.es along with the following documentation:

  • Personal academic certificate of the original degree.
  • Study plan sealed by the Secretariat of the center of origin.
  • The academic program of the subjects studied and/or enrolled in the original degree.
  • Officially translated degree certificate (only in the case of foreign graduates)

In case of requesting recognition for professional experience, you will be required to provide;

  • Work life certificate
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Company certificate, only in those cases where it is necessary to prove the functions performed in the company, or in cases of students with international professional experience who cannot provide a work-life certificate.

For any questions, you can contact our advisers by calling 91 834 34 35.

Scholarships and grants program

We’re here to help. If you want to study at Universidad Europea, you have a number of internal and official scholarship options to apply for. In addition, we provide comprehensive Financing and Discount options

Professional practices

Internships in companies are a key element in your education. Acquiring experience and putting into practice what you have learned on your degree is the best way to enter the labor market. There are two types of internship, curricular (which are included as part of your program) and extracurricular (which you can do on a voluntary basis).

In order to carry out an internship in a company, you’ll need to have passed 50% of your credits and register before you start the internship. Both the company and a professor on your course will monitor your progress on the internship as well as providing an evaluation at the half way mark and upon completion. 

If you want to gain extra work experience before finalizing your university studies, you are welcome to carry out extracurricular internships. You can carry them out in whichever year of your studies you choose but we remind you that internships are formative and should complement your studies. The more theoretical knowledge you have acquired throughout your degree, the more you will benefit from the internships.