Universidad Panamericana | School of Pedagogy Academic Offering Bachelor's Degree in Psychopedagogy Aguascalientes

Psychopedagogy Program

Psychopedagogy is a discipline of psychology that trains professionals with knowledge, skills and attitudes that make them experts in learning: both theoretical and practical.


The Bachelor's Degree in Psychopedagogy UP Ags., will provide you with the necessary skills to understand, evaluate and intervene in learning processes in normal situations, as well as in the case of learning difficulties or disorders, learning barriers, disability or special education, in order to improve the quality of life through the comprehensive knowledge of the person; all from a psychological, pedagogical and neuroscientific foundation, where recognition and respect for the dignity and worth of the person is an essential part.

Locations of Bachelor's Degree in Psychopedagogy
  1. Aguascalientes


20140202, dated 25/06/14


The prospective psychoeducationalist is characterized by demonstrating a genuine interest in how the person learns and how best to guide him or her in learning, both in normal situations and in those that represent a barrier. 


The following are the features that make up the entry profile:


  • Interest in the common good, respect for others and contribution to altruistic work.
  • Preference for knowledge, the truth of things and science.
  • Interest in leading and influencing others.
  • A penchant for work well done and ethics
  • Ability to improvise, analyze, follow a method or experiment, and study and work in the required modality (individually or collaboratively).
  • Application of ideas, simplification, and problem solving skills; through analysis and research.
  • Adaptation to diverse circumstances, and willingness to perform designated tasks.
  • Proactivity and practicality
  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing, as well as a high degree of reading comprehension.
  • Understanding of the English language.


The Psychopedagogy graduate will have the necessary competencies to evaluate and intervene psychoeducationally in processes where learning is compromised.


The graduate of the Bachelor's Degree in Psychopedagogy will acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes that revolve around the following aspects:


  • Brain and learning.
  • Psychology and learning.
  • Developmental psychology.
  • General and differential didactics.
  • Reasonable adjustments to the curriculum. 
  • Understanding, assessment and care of learning disorders.
  • Psychopedagogical consulting, both individual and family.
  • Psychopedagogical evaluation and intervention.
  • Interdisciplinary work between the different educational and/or professional agents.
  • Attention to diversity.
  • To promote integral human development.
  • Professional ethics.
  • History of culture
  • Biological anthropology
  • General Psychology
  • Fundamentals of Pedagogy and Didactics
  • Introduction to the development of intelligence
  • Seminar on scientific writing and documentary research
  • Person and society
  • Introduction to physiological psychology
  • Didactic instrumentation workshop
  • Theories of education
  • Social psychology and group dynamics
  • Psychology of learning
  • Theory of the company
  • Ethics
  • Basis of neuroanatomy
  • Workshop on differential didactics in preschools
  • Development Pedagogy I
  • Development Pedagogy II
  • Elective I
  • Elective II
  • Basis of hospital psychopedagogy
  • Development of thinking skills
  • Theory of education by competencies
  • Design and development of teaching resources
  • Family counseling
  • The family as an educational community
  • Interdisciplinary approach to the institution of marriage
  • Theological Anthropology I
  • Early stimulation and child training
  • Basis of neurophysiology
  • Micro-teaching workshop
  • Mathematical and statistical thinking workshop
  • Workshop on differential didactics in primary and secondary education
  • Theological Anthropology II
  • Biological basis of perception
  • Learning Disorders I
  • Teaching evaluation and accreditation models
  • Workshop on differential didactics in higher education
  • Educational research design
  • Learning Disorders II
  • Introduction to Psychometrics
  • Development of human potential
  • Interview strategies and techniques
  • Social philosophy
  • Elective 3
  • Elective 4
  • Elective 5
  • Counseling for students with talent, high abilities or giftedness
  • Laterality and school performance
  • Memory strategies for learning
  • Development of divergent thinking
  • Training of labor competencies
  • Differential innovation in the teaching of science and art.
  • Sociocultural analysis of the family
  • Interdisciplinary approach to human affectivity.
  • Family and life cycle
  • Curriculum design
  • Seminar on educational research
  • Fundamentals of behavior and psychopathology
  • Psychopedagogy applied to education
  • Seminar on Psychopedagogy and Applied Psychometrics
  • Counselling
  • Development of entrepreneurial thinking
  • Man and the contemporary world
  • Psychopedagogy Seminar
  • Seminar on psycho-pedagogical intervention
  • Therapeutic psychoeducation
  • Psycho-pedagogical consulting in the family
  • Management, administrative and financial skills seminar
  • Professional ethics
  • Elective 6
  • Elective 7
  • Technological and virtual learning environments
  • Institutional evaluation and educational quality
  • Language disorders
  • Crisis intervention
  • Current dilemmas of family and marriage
  • The family as an educational project
  • Political philosophy
International Exchange Network
  1. Germany: Katholische Universitët Eichstätt Ingolstadt.
  2. Australia: University of Tasmania; Macquarie University.
  3. Canada: Mount Royal University, Calgary.
  4. Chile: Universidad de los Andes.
  5. Spain: University of Oviedo; University of Seville; University of Salamanca; Abat Oliba CEU University.
Forms of Qualification
  1. Thesis
  2. Professional Examination
  3. Postgraduate

"Being a UP psycho-pedagogue represents a social commitment to drive learning revolutions, to help people discover the best of themselves and to awaken hope and a voice for those who have been silenced by obstacles.

Armando Noé Pérez Reyes, class of 2019, Aguascalientes campus.

"Studying Psychopedagogy at Universidad Panamericana meant acquiring knowledge, skills and tools to contribute and benefit in all areas that the same profession offers me and thus leave a mark on society, working with a human vision and values."

Andrea Sánchez, class of 2019, Aguascalientes campus.

"Studying Psychopedagogy at Universidad Panamericana provided me with the necessary tools to identify and address a person's learning needs, as well as their affective and emotional needs, always respecting their individual development, identity and dignity."

Fernanda Bassol, class of 2019, Aguascalientes campus.

"Studying the degree in Psychopedagogy at Universidad Panamericana helped me to extend my human vision and to realize how necessary the work of a psychopedagogist is in different fields, in addition to the wide variety of branches in which he or she can specialize."

Andrea Soto, class of 2018, Aguascalientes campus.

"Studying Psychopedagogy at UP was a great experience for my professional and personal development. I acquired skills that allowed me to constantly step out of my comfort zone; thanks to this, I have the knowledge and skills to detect the educational needs that exist in our environment, and to propose appropriate solutions".

Socorro Elizabeth Correa Morán, class of 2020, Aguascalientes campus.