Internships at organizations and institutions whose activities are related to the subject matter presented in this program.
The internships are aimed at mastering the basic knowledge of the profession and carry out problem solving and critical and self-critical capacity.
Also will test the student's ability to work in multidisciplinary teams and encourage interpersonal skills and the skills to communicate with experts in different areas.
Competencies and learning outcomes
- Mastery of the profession's basic knowledge.
- Problem solving.
- Ability to be critical and self-critical.
- Ability to work on multidisciplinary teams.
- Interpersonal skills.
- Ability to communicate with experts in other areas.
- Ethical commitment.
- Ability to apply knowledge in practice.
- Ability to learn.
- Ability to adapt to new situations and generate new ideas.
- Ability to identify the risk of crime and the prevention needs in different intervention areas.
- Ability to identify criminological problems, formulate questions about them, and plan their scientific study.
- Ability to apply mediation and conflict resolution techniques in the different fields of criminological and victimological intervention that may arise in professional practice.
- Ability to design and implement victimological prevention programs.
- Ability to carry out an intervention in the field of domestic crime.
- Ability to carry out interventions in different areas violent crime operates in.
- Ability to carry out specialized clinical interventions in different areas where economic crime operates.
- Ability to delve into advanced practical aspects about processing and interpreting specialized criminological reports in the clinical application of specific situations and subjects.
- Ability to design and implement treatments for specific offenders.
- Ability to evaluate, in terms of effectiveness, efficacy, and efficiency, programs and treatments aimed at the offender.
- Ability to evaluate, in terms of effectiveness, efficacy, and efficiency, victimological prevention programs.
Objectives (Learning outcomes)
- the main objective of internships is the practical application of professional and ethical commitment , in turn , encourage adaptation to new situations by generating new ideas.
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- Piquero, A.R & Weisburd, D. (eds) (2010). "Handbook or Quantitative Criminology". New York: Springer.
- Newton, M. (2010). "Criminal Justice. Crime-fighting and Crime Prevention". New York: Infobase Publishing.
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- Escribá Aguir, V; Royo Marqués, M; Mas Pons, R;Fullana Montoro, A; Y Moreno Alonso, M. (2008). "Protocolo para la atención sanitaria de la violencia de género". Generalitat Valenciana. Valencia.
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- Crowe, Timothy D. (2013). "Crime Prevention Through Enviromental Design.". Waltham, Ma: Elsevier.
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- Noaks, L & Wincuo, E. (2004). "Criminological Research. understanding Qualitative Methods.". London: Sage Publications.
Methodology and grading
- The final grade for the course will be external practices :
Evaluation of the practices by the professional tutor : 75 %
Evaluation of the practice report by the academic tutor: 25 %