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Form professionals with a high-quality ethic and human sense under a cognitive-behavioral view, capable of assessing human conduct displays, diagnose psychoaffective alterations, behavioral & psychopathologies. Research & Prevent cognitive & behavior alters; promote healthy lifestyles and intervene in the problem solution related to mental health from a biological-psychological view. Contribute in population's mental health applying competitively knowledge, attitudes and values in clinical psychology.

Admission profile

The concerned student should have the following:

  • Logical-Mathematical & verbal reasoning
  • Basic knowledge in Biology, Social Science & General Culture
  • Self-interest for development & infirmary discipline
  • Time availability to study
  • The educational background to enter this program is high-school. The admission will happen through a basic skills & knowledge and psychometric exam and the student's biography and cover letter.
  • The Academic Admission Committee Units assesses the fulfillment of the requirements and issues an acceptance certificate.
Graduate Profile

The competencies of a graduate in Clinical Psychology are:

  • Assess cognitive processes and human behavior displays through effective clinic interview techniques and psychological instruments assessment.
  • Diagnose psychoaffective and behavioral alters parting from the information analysis derived from a timely and successful assessment identifying origin and incidence.
  • Explain the relation between psychosocial factors with psychological alters from a critic study on the economic and social context.
  • Foresees cognitive alterations and behavior stages & conditions through psychopedagogy orienting, from interdisciplinary work and preventive program application in hospital and communitarian environments.
  • Promotes healthy lifestyles as a change agent
  • Applies cognitive-behavioral techniques in mood alters, an anxiety disorder, crisis, compulsive & addictive behaviors, and personality process alters.
  • Researches the origin, manifestation and incidence of psychological alters applying scientific research methods and produce effective strategies in clinical psychology attention models contributing to the process improvement in mental health.
  • Develops personal skills, attitudes and values that contribute to the personal and professional development.

Enrollments in semiannual periods (6-month terms). For more information, please visit

Study Plan

The study plan has a value fo 369 credits. From which 349 are from mandatory learning units, including practice and 20 credits are from optional assignments offered in eight units with a five credit value each. Therefore, the student may choose four optional units. During the whole program, the students will dedicate at least fifteen hours to study independently during the week.

The plan takes place in semesters; an average student is considered to finish the course in eight semiannual terms.

  • First Enrollment
  • College Induction
  • Communication
  • Ethics & Bioethics
  • Life & Career Plan
  • History of Psychology
  • Behavior Biological Basis
  • Metal Health Epidemiology
  • Second Enrollment
  • Psychological Development I
  • Cognitive Processes I
  • Social & Affective Processes I
  • Psychological Theories
  • Interpersonal Relationships
  • Bio-statistics
  • Psycho-physiology I
  • Third Enrollment
  • Psychological Development II
  • Cognitive Processes II
  • Social & Affective Processes II
  • Personality Theories
  • Measure Theory
  • Psycho-physiology II
  • Fourth Enrollment
  • Psychological Development III
  • Human Difference Psychoilogy
  • Dynamic Processes in Group Organization
  • Psychometric
  • Psycho-pathology I
  • Psychology Research Methods I
  • Fifth Enrollment
  • Health Psychology
  • Psycho-pathology II
  • Teenager & Child Assessment
  • Clinical Interview
  • Psychology Research Methods II
  • Practice Formation I
  • Sixth Enrollment
  • Conduct Modifying and Assessment
  • Psycho-pathology III
  • Anxiety Disorder
  • Adult & Elderly Assessment
  • Psychology Research Methods III
  • Practice Formation II
  • Seventh Enrollment
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Hospitalarian Applied Psychology
  • Genre Identity and Sexuality
  • Addictions & Depression
  • Family Intervention & Assessment
  • Clinical and Communitarian Psychology Promotion & Prevention
  • Practice Formation III
  • Eighth Enrollment
  • Degree Seminar
  • Addictive & Depresive Behavior Assment & Intervention
  • Anxiety Disorder Assessment & Intervention
  • Practice Formation IV
  • Optionals
  • Support Groups Intervention
  • Eating Habits Disorder Assessment & Intervention
  • Sexuality & Responsible Fatherhood
  • Life Quality Improvement Strategies
  • Clinical Psychology Select Topics
  • Psychology Project Management
  • Psychology Applied Technology
  • Culture Seminar
Offered in:

Campus Celaya-Salvatierra, Health Sciences and Engineering Division (DCSI)
Location El Sauz
Address: Avenida El Sauz S/N; Colonia Zona de Oro 2; Celaya, Gto.
Phone: (461) 598 59 22 / (466) 663 34 13



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Guanajuato, Gto., México

Tel: +52 (473)  732 00 06

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