Universitat de Barcelona

PSYCHOPATHIC PERSONALITY ANALYSIS AND VIOLENT CRIMINALITY (2022-2023)

General information

This course may undergo changes in the calendar, teaching methodology or assessment procedure depending on the course of events and the guidelines of health authorities in relation to the COVID-19 crisis. Notwithstanding, the quality of the training and the achievement of objectives are guaranteed in all cases.
Qualification awarded: Extension Certificate (Degree Universitat Barcelona)
Management:
  • Soria Verde, Miguel Angel
Number of credits: 3,00
Length of course (in academic years): 1
Mode of delivery (face-to-face/ blended/ distance): Blended
Centre responsible : Faculty of Law
In-company placement(s): No
Enrolment fee:
  • 240,00 €
  • An increase of 10% is applied to the price, up to a maximum of € 70, as administration fee
Classes begin: 2/1/2023

Objectives and Admission

Learning objectives:
- To acquire in-depth knowledge of the characteristics of a psychopathic personality and its development.
- To acquire basic knowledge of the influence of a psychopathic personality on violent criminal actions.
- To be able to apply theoretical knowledge to the analysis of real cases.

Recommended applicant profiles and admission requirements:
- Staff of the state security forces and the justice system.
- Graduates in scientific disciplines such as psychology, criminology, law, private investigation, medicine, etc.

Date on which pre-enrolment begins: 10/1/2022
Date on which pre-enrolment ends: 1/31/2023

Further information

Faculty or school where the course is taught

Name of individual or institution: Facultat de Dret
Address: Avda. Diagonal, 684 08034 Barcelona España
Email address: master.investigacio.criminal.coordinacio@ub.edu

Telephone: 620 755 994


For further enquiries

Name of individual or institution: Cristina Roca
Address: Grupo de investigación PACC. Fac. de Dret 08034 Barcelona España
Email address: master.investigacio.criminal.coordinacio@ub.edu
Webpage: http://www.ub.edu
Telephone: 620 755 994

Observations: Appointments should be scheduled by email or by telephone from 4.00 to 8.00 p.m.