Prof. Sylvia Barreto

The undergraduate degree in Psychology is a bachelor's degree program, divided over 10 semesters, with a total workload of 4064 hours, and with theoretical, interdisciplinary, and practical courses and supervised internships. BAHIANA psychologist graduates are able to work in the psychosocial, psychodynamic, institutional and community area, as well as scientific research, particularly in the field of public health. If you opt for a teaching credential, along with a bachelor's degree, you will also be ready to work as a teacher.

From the first semester on, the curriculum allows students direct contact with their field of practice, including internships and residencies (Human Resources, Family Health Unit, Outpatient Clinic and Hospital) beginning in their ninth semester.