Psychology (LPS)


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Why Study Psychology at UNINTER?

We want to prepare our students in the four different fields of psychology: clinical, educational, social and school psychology with highly prepared professors so they can be capable of working with real situations related to human behavior in a working environment.


Course Guide for LPS Program
First Semester
Second Semester
  • History of Psychology I
  • General Psychology I *
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Psychosocial and Cultural Identity
  • Introduction to Quality
  • Anatomy and Physiology of the Central Nervous System
  • Research Methodology
  • Foreign Language I
  • History of Psychology II
  • General Psychology II *
  • Human Development and Values
  • Educational Psychology
  • Computer Studies (Information Technology*)
  • Descriptive Statistics
  • Foreign Language II
Third Semester
Fourth Semester
  • Epistemology of Psychology
  • Technique of Interviewing
  • Social Communication Psychology
  • Paradigms of Educational Psychology
  • Child Psychological Development
  • Psychometrics I
  • Foreign Language III
  • Ethics and Psychology
  • Social Psychological Theories
  • Financial Studies *
  • Teenage Psychological Development
  • Personality Theories
  • Psychometrics II
  • Foreign Language IV
Fifth Semester
Sixth Semester
  • Educational Scenery Seminar (Practices)
  • Care Services Design *
  • Psych sociology of Work
  • Diversity in Educational Psychology
  • Psychopathology I
  • Elective I
  • Elective II
  • Social Scenery Seminar (Practices)
  • Environmental Psychology
  • Psychopathology II
  • Adult Psychological Development
  • Elective III
  • Elective IV
Seventh Semester
Eigth Semester
  • Clinical Scenery Seminar (Practices)
  • Gender and Sexuality
  • Organizational Psychology I
  • Screenwriting for Audiovisual Media
  • Clinical Psychology
  • Research Seminar I
  • Elective V
  • Elective VI
  • Organizational Scenery Seminar (Practices)
  • Organizational Psychology II
  • Pedagogical Psychology Assessment
  • Psychology of Aged Persons
  • Research Seminar II
  • Elective VII
  • Elective VIII