They are mandatory 25-hour courses, one of which is taught each month.
These courses are divided into three curricular cores: Psychoanalytic Theory, References and Research
Psychoanalytic Theory Core
These are ten courses whose contents are based on the main ideas of Sigmund Freud’s and Lacan’s teachings, from Lacan’s first elaborations to his last teachings, when he developed his notions of topology and Borromean clinic.
These eight courses are intended to address the major contributions that Lacan received for the development of his ideas in each stage of his teaching. They intertwine and interact with the courses in the Psychoanalytic Theory Core.
These are the Thesis Writing Workshops to be taught throughout the program for students thesis writing and follow-up. They deal with research problems, strategies and tools in social sciences. Students are divided into small groups and each group is assigned a specialized research methodology professor. Once a month, students meet with their professor in order to do personalized work on their thesis-writing process.
Dra. Leticia Luque | Mgter. Laura Bustamante
They are elective 15-hour courses. They are intended to contribute to student’s thesis work.
They are defined on the basis of student’s most recurrent research topics. Each student must take four Special Courses throughout the program
The offer of these shorter elective courses varies from cohort to cohort. Currently, they are as follows: