The Master in Work, Organizational, and Personnel Psychology
(WOP-P) has four main objectives:
- To prepare the students as competent practitioners
in Work, Organizational and Personnel Psychology at the entry
level as independent (non supervised) practitioners.
This preparation is inspired in the scientist-practitioner
model, which assumes that good preparation as a practitioner
implies the acquisition of professional and research competences
offer a European referent of training in WOP-P to the students
of other regions of the world
- To promote mobility of European
and third-country students and staff across Europe
- To contribute
towards university excellence and competitiveness within
the European Higher Education system.