The Master in Psychosocial Approaches for the Construction of Peace Cultures trains postgraduate professionals with the capacity and skills for the formulation, execution and evaluation of research projects and psychosocial intervention / accompaniment processes, related to relevant problems of social and armed conflicts, and towards the reconstruction of the fractured social fabric, reconciliation and the construction of processes of change and social improvement, at the regional, national and international levels. This seeks to contribute to know that it also points to the contribution of graduates in the formulation of public policies with a sense of the human and in situated contexts.
- Title awarded: Master in Psychosocial Approaches for the Construction of Peace Cultures
- Estimated duration: Four (4) semesters, Full Time
- Modality: Hybrid
- Start date of the program: First half of 2020
- End date of the program: Once the established credits are completed
- Application deadline: November 27, 2019
- Qualified registration resolution: 19168 of September 21, 2017, effective until September 21, 2024
- Type of training: Postgraduate
- Price and currency: COP $ 10,000,000 / Semester
- Place where it is offered: Bogotá DC
- Teaching Language: Spanish
The Master in Psychosocial Approaches for the Construction of Peace Cultures is aimed at professionals from various disciplines, public officials, advisors and consultants, academics, community leaders from grassroots organizations and civil society, interested in knowledge of the contemporary perspectives of the Psychosocial field in contexts of social and armed conflicts, and in the construction of cultures of peace, with provision for interdisciplinary work.
Graduates of the Master in Psychosocial Approaches for the Construction of Peace Cultures are able to:
- Recognize the contemporary perspectives of the Psychosocial Field in the complexity of the human and its constitutive contexts, and the multicausality of social and armed conflicts from an interdisciplinary approach.
- Problematize and analyze the psychosocial aspects of the realities of social and armed conflict and the construction of cultures of peace.
- Contribute to the design and / or implementation of public and social policies that contribute to the democratic and inclusive construction of the country through solidarity, equitable and fair relations.
About the School
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