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The Psychology major proposes developing psychological knowledge and training psychologists qualified to work in the labor market. Students are invited to excellence in education, exploration of research areas and creation of actions related to the community demands. The major has three different approaches: Psychology and Public Policies – training towards the definition and management of public policies and social programs; Psychology and Clinical Processes – training in mental health investigation and intervention; and Psychology and Production of Scientific Knowledge – participation in scientific research.


Labor market  

The psychologist has several possibilities of working in contexts such as education, business, health, clinics and community. Their activities can range from psychotherapies, diagnostic evaluations, interventions oriented to inclusion or rehabilitation, actions towards training, selection and improvement of team performance, interventions specialized in specific situations, etc. Such diversity enhances the perspective of creation of different working areas, considering the professional contact with community needs.


Admission Options 

Sisu - Students who are interested in applying for a place at UFTM must necessarily sign up and take the tests related to the National Examination of High School Education – Enem.

Transfer students - Intended for UFTM students who are attending related majors, as well as for students from other national or foreign higher education institutions who wish to transfer to the same major or to related majors.

Diploma holders – Intended for candidates who have already completed a higher education major and who are willing to attend a new undergraduate major at UFTM.

Readmission – Intended for students who are not enrolled anymore in any undergraduate major at UFTM but wish to return to their studies.








Academic Title awarded


Type of Education

Class meetings


Every semester

Nº of admissions per year



Five years (ten semesters)

Year of Recognition


Class time

Full time

Campus city


Admission requirement

Complete High School



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