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1 Faculty of Psychology Specialization courses Specialization in Industrial Social Sciences Specialization in Psychological Evaluation Specialization in Policies and Management of Mental Health Specialization in International Migration Policies Specialization in Communitarian Social Psychology Specialization in Systemic-Relational Therapy Interdisciplinary Specialization in the Issue of Improper Drug Use Interdisciplinary Specialization in Clinical Neuropsychology Interdisciplinary Specialization in Social Issues of Childhood and Adolescence Interdisciplinary Specialization in Family Violence Master degrees MA in Industrial Social Sciences MA in the Issue of Improper Drug Use MA in International Migration Policies MA in Psychoanalysis MA in Cognitive Psychology MA in Educational Psychology MA in Communitarian Social Psychology MA in Public Health Doctorate Doctorate of the University of Buenos Aires Specialization in Psychological Evaluation Director: to be appointed Degree: Specialist in Psychological Evaluation Address: 3242 Hipólito yrigoyen St. (C1207ABR) To form psychologists specialized in Psychological Evaluation. To prepare human resources who will be have solid conceptual groundings and procedural knowledge that will allow them to work in the professional field. To empower the quantity and quality of the tasks to be developed both in public and private services as well as in the diverse areas connected to psychology (clinical, forensic, educational, industrial, social, etc) To expand the application of psychological evaluation to unusual areas (sports, health care, security forces, etc) To provide resources for the insertion of graduates in academic and professional areas.

2 To facilitate the insertion of Psychologists, in an efficient way, in the professional and research areas of Clinical, Forensic, Industrial, Educational and Organizational Psychology, among others. Subjects: 1. Theoretical and methodological aspects of psychological evaluation. 2. The process of psychological evaluation in the educational field. 3. Psychological evaluation and diagnosis in the clinical area. 4. Neuropsychological evaluation. 5. Evaluation of the efficiency of psychotherapies. 6. Evaluative strategies in the area of health psychology. 7. Psychological evaluation in the filed of social and cultural psychology. 8. Psychological evaluation in industrial, sporting and security organizations. 9. Evaluation and diagnosis in the judicial area. 10. The psychological evaluation in the area of prevention. Specialization in Policies and Management of Mental Health Director: Juan Carlos Ferrali Degree: Specialist in Policies and Management of Mental Health Address: 3242 Hipólito yrigoyen St. (C1207ABR) To form specialists in policies and management of mental health who will be qualified to manage institutions in public areas, health care providers and non-governmental organizations, providing a critical perspective, technical tools and updated knowledge concerning the implementation of State policies regarding mental health and the transformation of society. 1) Current tendencies in mental health, 2) Specific problems. Mental health field, 3) Elements of epidemiology, 4) Epidemiology, 5) Health policies, 6) Policies of mental health, 7) Health and mental health legislation, 8) Social aspects communitarian participation in mental health, 9) Administration and management of mental health organization, 10) Economy and financing of mental health, 11) Quality management and evaluation of mental health services, 12) Management of programs and networks, 13) Seminars on case-studies, 14) Research methodology applied to the area of mental health and human development: qualitative and quantitative approaches, 15) Seminar/Workshop on final paper. Specialization in Forensic Psychology Director: Juan Carlos Dominguez Lostaló Degree: Specialist in Forensic Psychology Approximate duration: 3 years

3 Address: 3242 Hipólito yrigoyen St. (C1207ABR) To form university specialists in forensic psychology. To provide training that integrates the practical and critical dimensions of forensic psychology. To contribute to the scientific development of the area through the drive that researches in this area of psychology require. First year: First term: Level 1: 1) Introduction to forensic psychology and its critical problem. 2) Procedural, civil and criminal law. Mediations and other procedures. 3) Introduction to law and justice organization. 4) Forensic psychopathology I. 5) Psychodiagnostic techniques I. Second term: Level 2: 1) Forensic psychopathology II. 2) Psychodiagnostic techniques II. 3) Forensic psychology: civil. 4) Forensic psychology: criminal. Second year: First term: Level 3: 1) Family forensic psychology. 2) Forensic psychology: industrial. 3) Forensic psychology and minority. 4) Forensic psychology and toxophily. Second term: Level 4: 1)Psychodiagnostic techniques III: Rorschach. 2) Forensic practice I. 3) Criminology. 4) Deontology and ethics in forensic psychology. Third year: First term: Level 5: Forensic practice II. 2) Forensic psychopathology III. 3) Victimology.4) Critical forensic psychology: a challenge. Optional subjects: Level 1: 1) Differential notes between clinical assistance psychology and forensic psychology. 2) The professional secret in clinical and forensic psychology. 3) Forensic psychology and the value of witnesses. 4) Forensic reports in other laws: canonic, roman, oriental, military, Talmudic, Islamic, etc. Level 4: 5) forensic psychology and application of verdicts. 6) Psychic damage diagnosis in the practice of forensic psychology. 7) Crime and emotion, feeling and/or passion. Violent emotions. Level 5: 8) Forensic psychology and organic neuropsychiatric damage. 9) Children s forensic psychopathology. 10) Forensic sexology. 11) Crime and diminished guilt. Specialization in Communitarian Social Psychology Director: to be appointed Degree: Specialist in Communitarian Social Psychology Approximate duration: Address: 3242 Hipólito Yrigoyen St. (C1207ABR) To train students who will be able to formulate interpretative schemes concerning the process of building socially shared meanings and configurations of subjectivity in a socio-historic context.

4 To elaborate and/or apply proposals and methodologies of intervention of such process for the resolution of problematic situations in groups, institutions and communities. To create and develop a space destined to researching the psychosocial processes involved in the thematic dealt with, the methodologies and the techniques used in the construction of knowledge. To contribute to the understanding of processes and phenomena resulting from the interaction among people and play a role in the resolution of emergent conflicts and the satisfaction of the community s needs. To contribute to the generation and permanent update of human resources with postgraduate university training in the area of Psychology in general and Social psychology in particular. Genealogy of social psychology. Psychosocial processes. Contemporary socioeconomic problems. Communitarian psychology. Intervention: groups and institutions. Psychosocial processes. Intervention: community. Planning and management. Evaluation of programs and projects. Social policies. Seminar on case-study presentation. Specialization in Systemic-Relational Therapy Director: Maria Rosa Glasserman Degree: Specialist in Systemic-Relational Therapy Address: 3242 Hipólito yrigoyen St. (C1207ABR) To train psychotherapists in the application of methods and techniques of the systemictheoretical frame, for approaching different reasons for consultations from a relational perspective. To train professionals in the handling of the conceptual systemic-relational scheme, as facilitators of interdisciplinary work. First year: Epistemological groundings. Seminar on Philosophy. Seminar: couples. Complementary activities I. Observation of clinical practice I. Systemic-relational clinic I. Seminar: divorce and assembled families. Seminar: diversities. Seminar: families with children and adolescents. Second year: Systemic-relational clinic II. Complementary activities II. Seminar: eating disorders. Seminar: violence. Workshop on genogram. Research workshop. Systemic clinic III. Professional practice. Workshop on final practice. Interdisciplinary Specialization in Clinical Neuropsychology Director: Aldo Ferreres Degree: Specialist in Clinical Neuropsychology

5 Address: 3242 Hipólito Yrigoyen St. (C1207ABR) For students to acquire complete and updated theoretical, methodological and clinical knowledge. To promote a humanitarian, scientific, disinterested and critical attitude in the application, spread and development of the neuropsychological knowledge. Compulsory subjects: Neuropsychology: Module I. Neuropsychology: Module II. Neuropsychological evaluation. Rehabilitating treatment in neuropsychology. Clinic of alterations in language. Ageing neuropsychology: cognitive deterioration. Neuropsychology in children. Treatment of neuropsychological alterations in children. Compulsory clinical practices: Neuropsychology in adults. Neuropsychology in children. Optional subjects: (three courses must be attended). Elements of neurology for neuropsychology. Elements of linguistics and psycholinguistics. Elements of cognitive neuropsycholinguistics. Neuro and psychopharmacology. Treatment of linguistic alterations. Cognitive neuropsycholinguistics. Research methodology in neuropsychology. Interdisciplinary Specialization in Family Violence Director: Jorge Corsi Degree: Specialization in Family Violence Enrolment period: consult at Postgraduates Department Address: 3242 Hipólito Yrigoyen St. (C1207ABR) To promote the specialization of university researchers, teachers and professionals in the specific approach of the social problem of family violence. To train in the interdisciplinary assistance and preventive work of family violence. To contribute to the generation of a space for consultation for planning and formulating preventive policies. To foster the cooperation between the university and the public and private, national and international organisms devoted to researching and assisting the problem of family violence. To contribute the spread of scientific concepts on family violence, in opposition to the abundance of myths and prejudices that circulate in the institutional areas.

6 First level: 1) Introduction to the study of family violence, 2) Theoretical groundings for the study of family violence, 3) Research methodology in family violence, 4) Culture of violence in family organizations, 5) Family violence and the third age. Second level: 6) Conjugal violence, 7) Children maltreatment, 8) psychology of violent men, 9) legal and judicial aspects in family violence, 10) Communitarian work in family violence, 11) Interdisciplinary work in family violence, 12) Forensic analysis in cases of family violence. Third term: 13) Interdisciplinary approach of children and adolescents sexual abuse, 14) Models of family violence prevention, 15) Models of assistance to maltreated children, 16) Models of assistance to maltreated women, 17) Models of assistance to violent men, 18) Workshop on the elaboration of Thesis. MA in Psychoanalysis Director: Juan Carlos Cosentino Degree: MA of the University of Buenos Aires in Psychoanalysis Address: 3242 Hipólito yrigoyen St. (C1207ABR) To study and research the foundations of psychoanalysis, its conceptual structures and relations with sciences and other areas of knowledge; and the different theoretical trends in the psychoanalytic field, its areas of experience and practice. The syllabus is organized around three axis (a. Metapsychology and Psychoanalytic Theories, b. conceptualizations of the psychoanalytic experience and practice, c. Relations of psychoanalysis with other areas of knowledge and culture) First year: First term: Metapsychology I. Psychoanalytic clinic I. Course or seminar on interdisciplinary topics I. Research and Thesis seminar I. Second term: Psychoanalytic theories I. Freudian studies. Optional course or seminar on theory*. Optional course or seminar on clinic*. Research and Thesis seminar II. Second year: Third term: Metapsychology II. Psychoanalytic clinic II. Optional course or seminar on relations with other disciplines*. Research and Thesis workshop III. Fourth term: Psychoanalytic theories II. Psychoanalysis with children. Course or seminar on interdisciplinary topics II. Research and Thesis Workshop IV. *Optional seminars Three courses or seminars that include theory, clinic or interdisciplinary topics will be offered. MA in Cognitive Psychology Director: Anibal Duarte Degree: Master of the University of Buenos Aires in Cognitive Psychology

7 Address: 3242 Hipólito yrigoyen St. (C1207ABR) The main objectives are: 1. to transmit the core of what is currently known about basic cognitive processes of the human mind; 2. to transmit the knowledge produced in other disciplines that make up the Cognitive Sciences, such as Neuropsychology and Philosophy of the mind; and 3. to indicate how this knowledge is transferred and used in three specific professional areas: a) the educational area, b) the clinical area, c) the psychosocial area. The MA is made up of courses concerning four thematic axes, some of which are optional and other compulsory. The four axes are: 1. Theoretical and epistemological foundations and problems; 2. Basic processes ; 3. Transferences and applications; and 4. Methodology. First year, first term: 1) Foundations and problems of psychology and cognitive science: Updates in the paradigm of psychology and cognitive science. Architecture of the mind: Ontogenesis and phylogenesis. 2) Cognitive models of attention and memory: Systems and processes of attention and memory. 3) Cognitive psycholinguistics. Language comprehension and production. 4) Research methodology, statistics and design. 5) Thesis seminar I. Second term: 6) Thought, intelligence and creativity: Thinking, reasoning and problem solving; Intelligence theory and models: derived evaluative techniques and applications in educational and industrial fields; Methods and techniques of thought and creativity development. 7) Learning and cognition: Implicit theories, conceptual change, metacognition and knowledge transference; Text comprehension and learning from texts. 8) Foundations and problems of psychology and cognitive science: Mental representations and concepts; Philosophy of the mind. 9) Cognitive models of attention and memory: Neurocognitive models of memory and neuroimage techniques; Techniques for evaluation of the mind. 10) Thesis seminar II. Second year, first term: 11) Ontogenesis of mental functions: cognitive development; Sociocultural approach to development; Language acquisition. 12) Cognition and disorders: Cognitive models in the explanation of amnesias, autism, schizophrenia, attention deficiency and disorder of the executive function. 13) Emotion and cognition. 14) Social cognition and political psychology. 16) Thesis seminar III. Second term: 17) Cognitive psychology and cognitive therapies: Foundations of cognitive therapy; Rorschach test: a cognitive approach. 18) learning and cognition: development and numeric learning in early childhood. Optional subject: 19) Cognition and disorders. Cognitive models in the explanation of the depression syndrome; OCD, anxiety disorders and eating disorders. Optional subject. 20) Cognitive psychology and marketing. Psychology and marketing: Consumers behavior. 21) Thesis seminar IV. Optional courses: Learning theory and context problems. Contributions of developmental theories. Knowledge construction in the social domain. Clinics of linguistic alterations (adults).. Treatment of linguistic alterations (adults). Elements of linguistics and psycholinguistics. Cognitive neuropsycholinguistics. Neuropsychology, Module I. Neuropsychology, Module II. Depression clinics. Anxiety clinics. Schizophrenia clinics. Diagnosis, nomenclatures, classification, study, and contrasted discussion of DSM-IV and CIE-10. Research strategies in market analysis, institutional image and public opinion. Consumer analysis. Multivariate techniques and psychographic research. Psychology, marketing and internet: Consumer analysis in e-business and e-commerce strategies. MA in Educational Psychology

8 Director: Nora Elichiry Degree: MA of the University of Buenos Aires in Educational Psychology Address: 3242 Hipólito yrigoyen St. (C1207ABR) To form specialists in educational psychology for the intervention in specific fields of the complex system of education To form researchers so as to promote the production of specific investigations in educational psychology. To generate in the Psychology-Education interphase an academic area of national and international interchange that allows the development of such area. To strengthen the university and scientific-technologic system with teachers and researchers trained in educational psychology. First cycle: Subjects 1- Introduction to epistemological problems of educational psychology. 2- Contributions of developmental theories. 3- Subjectivity and learning. 4- Learning theories and context problems. 5- Health, education and diversity. 6- Institutions, organizations and groups. 7- Open course. 8- Thesis seminar I. Second cycle: subjects 9- Knowledge construction in specific domains. 10- Psychology of orientation. 11- Diagnosis of learning problems. 12- Social representations in health and education. 13- Educational interaction and communication. 14- Treatment of learning problems. 15- Education-work transition. 16- Cognitive processes and learning systems in diverse formalization environments. MA in Communitarian Social Psychology Director: Susana Seidmann Degree: MA of the University of Buenos Aires in Communitarian Social Psychology Address: 3242 Hipólito yrigoyen St. (C1207ABR)

9 To train students who will be able to formulate interpretative schemes concerning the process of building socially shared meanings and configurations of subjectivity in a socio-historic context. To elaborate and/or apply proposals and methodologies of intervention of such process for the resolution of problematic situations in groups, institutions and communities. To create and develop a space destined to researching the psychosocial processes involved in the thematic dealt with, the methodologies and the techniques used in the construction of knowledge. To contribute to the understanding of processes and phenomena resulting from the interaction among people and play a role in the resolution of emergent conflicts and the satisfaction of the community s needs. To contribute to the generation and permanent update of human resources with postgraduate university training in the area of Psychology in general and Social psychology in particular. Genealogy of social psychology. Psychosocial processes I. Contemporary socioeconomic problems. Communitarian psychology. Intervention I (groups and institutions). Psychosocial problems II. Intervention II (community). Planning and management. Evaluation of programs and projects. Social polices. Seminar on advanced topics. Seminar on presentation of case studies. Research epistemology and methodology I. Research epistemology and methodology II. Thesis workshop. Doctorate Doctorate Committee: Drs. Diana AISENSON, Narciso BENBENASTE, Eduardo KEEGAN, Isabel MIKULIC DE MATINEZ, Silvia RABINOVICH DE LOS SANTOS, Lucía ROSSI, Enrique SEGURA, Antonio CASTORINA y el profesor. Gabriel LOMBARDI. Substitutes: Drs. Adela LEIBOVICH DE DUARTE, Alicia CAYSSIALS, Osvaldo VARELA, Elena ZUBIETA, Daniel POLITIS Degree: Doctor of the University of Buenos Aires To carry out, as a main objective, a research on a topic within a specific area of Psychology or on an interdisciplinary topic, which represents an original contribution to knowledge in the area of the specialization chosen. This research will constitute students Doctorate Thesis and will result from a strictly personal job, carried out under supervision of the Thesis Director. Applicants admittance The Doctorate s committee will analyze the applicants background, hold a personal interview with him and be in charge of an entry examination that will include an evaluation of knowledge and language. Counselors and Special Course Plans Counselors will be the intermediary between students and the Committee. Students can choose their counselor from the members of the Teachers staff of the Faculty. Counselors may also be the director or co director of the Thesis. The plan of special courses must meet the formative needs of students. The Committee will determine the number of credits to be allotted to each course of the specialized course plan. Activities will be organized in such a way that their fulfillment requires not less than one year. Thesis Director and Plan The Thesis Director can be a teacher or researcher who possesses the maximum degree or equivalent training. The Thesis plan must include: an explanation of the chosen research topic

10 and a foundation that accounts for its relevance and originality; a detailed research plan and its corresponding agenda; a specification of the place of work and the means available to carry out the investigation. Thesis presentation and defense The Thesis must be original and unprecedented and its title must suit the contents. Once all the requirements have been fulfilled, the Thesis has been completed and with the Director s endorsement, students will present five copies of the Thesis before the Doctorate s Committee to be sent to the members of the Jury. Once the Thesis has been presented, the Committee will propose the appointment of the Jury that will evaluate it. the jury must be made up three prestigious scientists, if possible, teachers of the University of Buenos Aires, with the maximum degree and renowned antecedents in the area of the Thesis. The jury has a period of sixty days to decide whether the Thesis has the necessary conditions for the oral and public defense or not. In the latter case, they can suggest changes or modifications. The oral defense will be carried out before the members of the Jury. The latter will express their opinion on the quality, originality and relevance of the Thesis. The work can be: a) approved: approved, good, distinguished, outstanding; b) rejected. The decisions of the Jury cannot be appealed. Specialization in Industrial Social Sciences General Information Director: Julio Cesar Neffa Degree: Specialist in Labour Social Sciences Enrolment periods: consult at Faculty Department: faculties of Economic Sciences, Social Sciences, Law, Philosophy and Art, Engineering and Psychology. Administrative office: Faculty of Social Sciences. Address: 2230 Marcelo T. de Alvear St. (C1122AAJ) Telephone: (5411) /45 / To provide a professional qualification general and specialised- to university undergraduates who wish to work in the human resources area (personnel administration, industrial relations, training, remunerations, etc) in diverse organizations: companies, public administration, and unions or business professional organizations. To provide a professional qualification general and specialized- to university undergraduates who want to work in the areas of analysis, elaboration, programming, promotion and evaluation of job policies as well as in teaching spheres. Initial cycle: 1- Epistemology. 2- Notions of macroeconomics. 3- Work general history. 4- Socioeconomic and labour statistics in Argentina. Central core: (students must choose among the five areas depending on the MA degree, four subjects are compulsory) a) Disciplinary areas Area 1: economy: Compulsory subject: Labour and employment economy Area 2: Sociology: Compulsory subject: Labour and employment sociology Area 3: Law: Compulsory subject: Labour and social security law. Institutions.

11 Area 4: Psychology: Compulsory subject: Labour psychology Area 5: Processes, organizations and job relations: Compulsory subjects: Job processes and job relations. b) Thematic areas: (four compulsory subjects) Area 1: conditions and environment Area 2: Qualifications, professional training and competences Area 3: Scientific, technologic and organizational innovations (includes topics concerning productivity, normalization, quality and competences) Area 4: Human resources management Area 5: Labour public policies Internship. Specialization in International Migration Policies Director: to be named Degree: specialist in International Migration Policies Approximate duration: 1 year Enrolment periods: consult at administrative office Department: Faculties of Economic Sciences, Social Sciences, Law, Philosophy and Art, and Psychology. Administrative office: Faculty of Psychology. Contact Information Address: 3242 Hipólito Irigoyen St. (C1207ABR) Telephone: (5411) / To allow undergraduates from different disciplines of social sciences to specialize in the interdisciplinary area of international migrations. To develop interdisciplinary tasks of research in the area of migrations. Module 1. The context of international migration policies: Theory of international migrations. The political and economic context of migrations. The socio-demographic context of migrations. The psychological and cultural context of migrations. Module 2: Public policies and international migration policies: Formulation and evaluation of public policies. The definition of international migration policies. Employment policies. Population policies. International relations policies. Social policies. Environmental policies. Human rights policies. Module 3: Migratory governability: Migratory information. Migratory regulations. Migratory administration and management. International cooperation and migratory policies. Interdisciplinary Specialization in the Issue of Improper Drug Use Director: to be appointed Degree: Specialist in the Issue of Improper Drug Use Approximate duration: 3 terms Enrolment periods: consult Department: Faculties of Social sciences; Law; Pharmacy and Biochemistry; Medicine; and Psychology. Administrative office: faculty of Psychology.

12 Contact Information Address: 3242 Hipólito Irigoyen St. (C1207ABR) Telephone: (5411) / To train specialists in research and assistance in the area of drug traffics and abuse, who will have a basic common interdisciplinary training and will be specialized in the role they have to fulfill in interdisciplinary teams, according to the concerns of their undergraduate degrees. To create a scientific area for the production, interchange and diffusion of works concerning the improper use of drugs and the drug traffic control. To develop models of analysis and interdisciplinary research on the topic. To promote the elaboration of research works about the theme. First cycle: Philosophical and ethical aspects. Socio-economic and cultural aspects. Basic knowledge on standard regulations. Basic knowledge on neurosciences and toxicology. Basic knowledge on psychology and psychopathology. Basic knowledge on therapies. Basic knowledge on epidemiological, sanitary and mass media aspects. Epistemological and methodological aspects. Workshop on multidisciplinary and multiprofessional integration. Second cycle: Legal aspects. Drug geopolitics. Interdisciplinary Specialization in Social Issues of Childhood and Adolescence Director: to be appointed Degree: Specialist in Social Issues of Childhood and Adolescence Enrolment periods: consult Departments: Faculties of Social sciences; Law; Philosophy and Art; Medicine and Psychology. Administrative office: Faculty of Law Contact Information Address: 2263 Figueroa Alcorta St. (C1425CKB) Telephone: (5411) / : To provide academic and professional training in planning, research, prevention, assistance and teaching regarding issues in childhood and adolescence. To establish disciplinary interchanges aiming at acquiring and recreating specialized knowledge by promoting the adoption of an interdisciplinary approach. To understand and optimize the role that graduates have to perform in interdisciplinary teams. To provide, through extension tasks and fieldwork, a proficient service to the community. A- Introductory Cycle Subjects: Social psychology. Social problems in Argentina and Latin America. Social Politics I. Minors Law. Primary health assistance. Compulsory seminars:

13 Children and adolescents human rights. Prevention and assistance in mental health. Research methodologies. Social motions and NGO. Psychosocial issues in institutions. Modalities of prevention and assistance to conflicted families. Optional seminars suggested: Techniques for social promotion. Family systems and social organization. Rural and indigenous communities. Social communication. B- Specialization Cycle Subjects: Social Politics II. Socio-educational issues. Maternity and childhood issues. Adolescence and Youth issues. Compulsory seminars: Minors in specially difficult situations. Prevention and treatment of abandonment and ill-treatment. Youth motions. Modalities of prevention and assistance to minors in trouble with the law. Optional seminar suggested: Participative experiences of human promotion of childhood and youth at risk. Alternative Intervention techniques: popular education, popular culture, alternative social communication. Minority and work. Adoption. Nutritional issues. MA in Industrial Social Sciences General Information Director: Julio Cesar Neffa Degree: MA in Labour Social Sciences Approximate duration: 5 terms Enrolment periods: consult at Faculty Department: faculties of Economic Sciences, Social Sciences, Law, Philosophy and Art, Engineering and Psychology. Administrative office: Faculty of Social Sciences. Address: 2230 Marcelo T. de Alvear St. (C1122AAJ) Telephone: (5411) /45 / To provide a professional qualification general and specialized- to university undergraduates who wish to work in the human resources area (personnel administration, industrial relations, training, remunerations, etc) in diverse organizations: companies, public administration, and unions or business professional organizations. To provide a professional qualification general and specialized- to university undergraduates who want to work in the areas of analysis, elaboration, programming, promotion and evaluation of job policies as well as in teaching spheres. Initial cycle: 1- Epistemology. 2- Notions of macroeconomics. 3- Labour general history. 4- Socio-economic and labour statistics in Argentina. Central core: (students must choose among the five areas depending on the MA degree, four subjects are compulsory) a) Disciplinary areas Area 1: Economy: Compulsory subject: Labour and employment economy Area 2: Sociology: Compulsory subject: Labour and employment sociology Area 3: Law: Compulsory subject: Labour and social security law. Institutions. Area 4: Psychology: Compulsory subject: Labour psychology Area 5: Processes, organizations and job relations: Compulsory subjects: Job processes and job relations. b) Thematic areas: (four compulsory subjects) Area 1: conditions and environment

14 Area 2: Qualifications, professional training and competences Area 3: Scientific, technologic and organizational innovations (includes topics concerning productivity, normalization, quality and competences) Area 4: Human resources management Area 5: Labour public policies Complementary seminars and workshops: Compulsory seminars: (two seminars) Research quantitative- methodology applied to labour social sciences. Research qualitative- methodology applied to labour social sciences. Workshops. Internships. MA Thesis MA in the Issue of Improper Drug Use Director: to be appointed Degree: Specialist in the Issue of Improper Drug Use Approximate duration: 3 terms Enrolment periods: consult Department: Faculties of Social sciences; Law; Pharmacy and Biochemistry; Medicine; and Psychology. Administrative office: faculty of Psychology. Contact Information Address: 3242 Hipólito Irigoyen St. (C1207ABR) Telephone: (5411) / To train specialists in research and assistance in the area of drug traffics and abuse, who will have a basic common interdisciplinary training and will be specialized in the role they have to fulfill in interdisciplinary teams, according to the concerns of their undergraduate degrees. To create a scientific area for the production, interchange and diffusion of works concerning the improper use of drugs and the drug traffic control. To develop models of analysis and interdisciplinary research on the topic. To promote the elaboration of research works about the theme. To promote the design of preventive courses of action and of assistance strategies that meet the needs of the country. To form human resources that permit a better design, elaboration and execution of policies on drug consumption. First cycle: Philosophical and ethical aspects. Socio-economic and cultural aspects. Basic knowledge on standard regulations. Basic knowledge on neurosciences and toxicology. Basic knowledge on psychology and psychopathology. Basic knowledge on therapies. Basic knowledge on epidemiological, sanitary and mass media aspects. Epistemological and methodological aspects. Workshop on multidisciplinary and multiprofessional integration. Second cycle: Students can choose one of the two orientations and they must also attend at least one subject from the other orientation. Orientations: 1.-professional interventions in institutional fields: Dimensions of neurosciences and drug dependencies. Psychodynamic dimensions of drug-dependencies. Therapeutic dimensions of drug-dependencies. Legal dimensions (compulsory subjects for everybody).

15 2- Policies, plans and programs: Mass media. Sanitary. Epidemiologic. Drug geopolitics (compulsory subject for everybody) Thesis seminar. MA in International Migration Policies Director: to be named Degree: MA of UBA in International Migration Policies Enrolment periods: consult at administrative office Department: Faculties of Economic Sciences, Social Sciences, Law, Philosophy and Art, and Psychology. Administrative office: Faculty of Psychology. Contact Information Address: 3242 Hipólito Irigoyen St. (C1207ABR) Telephone: (5411) / To train personnel linked to the planning and execution of international migration policies, providing instruments that will allow them to make a more objective definition of such policies and a more efficient administration of their programs. Module 1. The context of international migration policies: Introduction to international migrations. Socio-economic development. Integration processes. Migrations socio-demography Module 2: Conceptual and theoretical frame of international migrations: Migration theories. Legal elements in migrations. Migratory information. Research methodology and techniques. Human rights and migrations Module 3: Public and international migrations policies: Formulation and evaluation of public policies. Migratory policies and migratory governability. Migratory regulations. Migratory programs. Module 4: Migratory administration and planning. Modernization of public administration. Methods and techniques of public administration and management. Elaboration and evaluation of projects and programs. Migratory administration and management. MA in Public Health Director: Noemí Bordoni Degree: MA of UBA in Public Health Enrolment period: consult at Faculty Responsible institutions: The MA Committee is made up of representatives from the Faculties of Agronomy; Architecture, Design and Urbanism; Economy; Pharmacy and Biochemistry; Philosophy and Arts; Engineering; Medicine; Dentistry; and Psychology. Department: Superior Board of UBA Address: 950 José E. Uriburu St. 1st floor Temporary venue- (C1114AAD) Telehone: int

16 To train people that will be qualified to: Approach public health as an interdisciplinary, inter and extra sectarian field Acknowledge the relevance of taking into consideration social participants, their representations and practices in the field of pubic health. Evaluate the present characteristics and trends of socio cultural, economic, environmental and political processes concerning their relations with life and health conditions Propose courses of action to reduce the risks of falling ill and dying. Promote research about public health concerning its different components: a) health situation b) health determinants c) health resources d) evaluation of the interventions in health as regards structure, process and results e) care quality Solve health problems through a process of planning- programming- execution- evaluation. Area I: Health situation and health-sickness determinants. Module 1: Health situation: Objective knowledge of health and the need of information. Epidemiology. Epidemiologic method. Analysis design. Decision analysis. Elaboration, presentation, analysis and interpretation of data. Statistics and variables. Statistical inference. Epidemiological transition and new diseases. Module 2: Health and society: Social issues in the field of health. Analysis of health conditions regarding socio demographic structures and processes. Social construction. Life and vulnerability conditions. Module 3: Health and economy: Introduction to health and economy. Economic groundings of health. Economic characterization of the health area. Equity, accessibility and vulnerability. Module 4.: Health and environment: Environment and development. The environment and its impact on health. Natural environment. Environmental impact. Primary food production. Man made environment. Basic urban drainage. Environmental diagnosis. Synthesis. Module 5: Bioethics and health: Ethics. Human beings. Intimacy rights. Human rights. Public health. Area II: Change and transition in Health Module 1: Politics and health: Health policies. State and society. Compared social policies. Social policies in Argentina. Module 2: Sectarian transformation. Module 3:Human rights, ethics and social responsibility. Area III: Health resources, systems and services: Module 1: Strategies and interventions in public health Module 2: Characterization and management of resources in health (human, physical, financial and technological) Module 3: Health systems: organizations and services. Area IV: Application Fieldwork Area V: Research.

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