The Faculty of Health and Social Sciences is comprised of 100 faculty members and currently has about 1,500 students enrolled. Its Bachelor’s in Psychology trains students as professionals who understand, interpret, analyze, and explain human behavior with the basic skills and abilities to evaluate and intervene in the individual and social environment throughout the life cycle in order to promote and improve health and the quality of life. The Bachelor’s in Physical Activity and Sports Sciences prepares students professionally with the scientific knowledge to understand, interpret, analyze, and explain human motor functions, and apply it to areas of intervention such as health, education, recreation, management, and/or sports performance. The training received in these programs may be continued in a master’s program offered at the UMH, particularly those whose subject matter is related, such as Health Psychology; Sports Performance and Health; Psychological Therapy with Children and Adolescents; and Human Resources Management, Work and Organizations. These master’s programs make specializing in different areas possible and afford the opportunity to continue on further in a PhD program.