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Doctorate Program on the Individual, Family and Society: a cross-discipline approach

Doctorate Program on the Individual, Family and Society: a cross-discipline approach

Doctorate program designed in accordance with Royal Decree 99/2011, of January 28, which regulates official doctorate programs.

Candidate profile:

The Doctorate Program on the Individual, Family and Society: a cross-discipline approach is recommended for candidates who are interested in the research and acquisition of advanced knowledge on the most pressing current issues and problems that affect individuals, families, communication and the current social context, as well as the interaction between all of these dimensions, with a cross-discipline approach.

Skills to be acquired on the doctorate program:

  • Systematic understanding of a field of study, and command of the skills and research methods related to this field
  • Ability to conceive, design or create, put into practice and adopt a substantial research or creation process
  • Ability to contribute to the expansion of knowledge frontiers through an original piece of research
  • Ability to carry out critical analysis and to evaluate and synthesize new and complex ideas
  • Ability to communicate with the scientific and academic community, and with society as a whole, about their knowledge areas through the most common means and languages used in their international scientific community
  • Ability to promote, in professional and academic contexts, scientific, technological, social, artistic or cultural progress within a knowledge-based society
  • To function well in contexts where there is little concrete information
  • To discover the key questions to be answered in order to solve a complex problem
  • To design, create, develop and undertake new and innovative projects in their area of knowledge
  • To work in teams as well as autonomously in an international and/or multidisciplinary context
  • To integrate knowledge, to tackle complexity and to make judgments with limited information
  • To intellectually critique and defend solutions

Lines of research:

  • Social problems, intervention, and social policy
  • Educational innovation and teaching-learning processes: past, present and future
  • Health and clinical psychology
  • Family, protection and development
  • Interlinguistic and intercultural analysis
 Official degree information