Carrera en Psicología
Carrera en Psicología

Undergraduate degree in Psychology


Are you interested in analyzing and explaining the behavior of human beings? This program offers you the required conceptual and methodological tools to understand the behavior, and contribute to adaptation processes of individuals within their context.

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Nine academic semesters (144 academic credits).
Tuition fee
Per semester


First Semester 16 credit hours

  • Cross-Disciplinary Courses
  • 1.1 Training and communication in virtual environments 8 credit hours
  • Communication skills
  • Socio-humanistics and culture I
  • Socio-humanistics and culture II
  • Methodology for virtual education
  • Core Courses
  • 1.2.1 Introduction to psychology 4 credit hours
  • History of Psychology
  • Fundamentals of psychology
  • Theories and systems in psychology
  • 1.2.2 Foreign Language I 4 credit hours
  • Foreign Language I
  • Foreign Language II

Second Semester 16 credit hours

  • Core Courses
  • 2.1 Psychobiology 8 credit hours
  • Biological basis of behavior
  • Functional neuroanatomy I
  • Cross-Disciplinary Courses
  • 2.2 Structured thinking skills 8 credit hours
  • Complex thinking structure
  • Mathematical logic
  • Descriptive statistics

Third Semester 16 credit hours

  • Core Courses
  • 3.1 Quantitative and qualitative research methods 8 credit hours
  • Methodology of quantitative research
  • Methodology of qualitative research
  • Cross-Disciplinary Courses
  • 3.2 Culture of entrepreneurship 8 credit hours
  • Culture of entrepreneurship I
  • Culture of entrepreneurship II
  • Culture of entrepreneurship III

Fourth Semester 16 credit hours

  • Core Courses
  • 4.1 Neurophysiology and Behavior 4 credit hours
  • Functional neuroanatomy II
  • Neuropsychology
  • 4.1.2 Sensation and perception 4 credit hours
  • Sensoperception
  • 4.2.1 Individual differences 4 credit hours
  • Personality psychology
  • Intelligence
  • Cross-Disciplinary Courses
  • 4.2.2 Foreign Language II 4 credit hours
  • Foreign Language II
  • Foreign Language III

Fifth Semester 16 credit hours

  • Core Courses
  • 5.1 Cognition, thinking and language 8 credit hours
  • Attention and memory
  • Thought and language
  • Reasoning and problem solving
  • 5.2 Psychology of learning and experimental analysis of behavior 8 credit hours
  • Learning I
  • Learning II
  • Comparative psychology
  • Experimental analysis of behavior

Sixth Semester 16 credit hours

  • Cross-Disciplinary Courses
  • 6.1.1 Foreign Language III 4 credit hours
  • Foreign Language III
  • Foreign Language IV
  • Core Courses
  • 6.1.2 Motivation and emotion 4 credit hours
  • Motivation and emotion
  • 6.2.1 Developmental psychology 4 credit hours
  • Evolutionary psychology: Childhood and adolescence
  • Evolutionary psychology: Adulthood and old age
  • 6.2 Social psychology 4 credit hours
  • Social psychology

Seventh Semester 16 credit hours

  • Cross-Disciplinary Courses
  • 7.1 Global environment, ethics and society 8 credit hours
  • Geopolitical context
  • Colombian Political Constitution and Sustainability
  • Descriptive statistics
  • Core Courses
  • 7.2.1 Psychometry 4 credit hours
  • Psychometry
  • 7.2 Diagnosis in clinical psychology 4 credit hours
  • Measurement and evaluation in psychology
  • Psychopathology

Eighth Semester 16 credit hours

  • Core Courses
  • 8.1.1 Intervention in clinical psychology 4 credit hours
  • Psychological therapy
  • Psychology of the abnormal
  • 8.1.2 Behavioral economics 4 credit hours
  • Behavioral economics
  • Elective Courses
  • 8.2 Elective I 8 credit hours
  • Elective I - According to the selected emphasis (Organizational Psychology and Human Management / Consumer Psychology)

Ninth Semester 16 credit hours

  • Degree Requirements Courses
  • 9.1.1 Professional practice 6 credit hours
  • 9.1.2 Research seminar 2 credit hours
  • Elective Courses
  • 9.2.1 Elective II 4 credit hours
  • Elective II - According to the selected emphasis (Organizational Psychology and Human Management / Consumer Psychology)
  • 9.2.2 Elective III 4 credit hours
  • Elective III - According to the selected emphasis (Organizational Psychology and Human Management / Consumer Psychology)

*The tuition fee of the whole program depends on the number of academic credits enrolled by the student.

Academic credit fee is subject to annual increases determined by Universidad Ean and authorized by the Colombian Ministry of Education – MEN (by its initials in Spanish).

If you are interested in a homologation process, your enrollment will be subject to the corresponding academic study and the academic program defined by the Universidad Ean. For more information, contact our service lines.

SNIES code (National Higher Education Information System):107266, Res. nº. 13858 of the Colombian Ministry of Education - 08/15/2018, effective until 08/15/2025. City: Bogotá D.C., Cundinamarca, Colombia, South America.

Why should you study Psychology?

Two emphasis options

You can expand your knowledge in any of the following areas: organizational psychology and human management or consumer psychology.

International Mobility

You can choose among several options to go on exchanges and get double degrees, as well as having international academic experiences. Universidad Ean has alliances with about 80 universities in Colombia and abroad.

What does a professional in Psychology do?

  • Develop diagnostic processes and psychological intervention, based on scientific research.
  • Effectively manage the different organizational processes inherent to the human resources area.
  • Design and implement training programs, training and strategic management of human resources, aimed at the business sector.
  • Utilize the basic psychology principles to explain consumer's behavior.
  • Define relevant strategies to solve social and individual problems.
  • Negotiate conflicts.
  • Develop sustainable business opportunities and lead projects that generate economic and social value.

What are the working areas of a Psychology Professional?

  • Human Resources.
  • Consumer behavior.
  • Work environment, performance evaluation, welfare, recruitment and staff selection, and organizational development.
  • Communication, negotiation, conflict resolution and organizational leadership.
  • Occupational analysis.
  • Training and psychosocial intervention.
  • Development, analysis and standardization of instruments for measuring psychological variables.
  • Entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship.

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Acreditación Institucional de Alta Calidad

Accredited in High-Quality

(Res. No. 29499) By the Colombian Ministry of Education.

12/29/17, effective until 12/28/21
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