SOCIAL, ECONOMIC AND DECISION-MAKING PSYCHOLOGY
The Master’s Degree in Social, economic and decision-making psychology offers advanced training in social, economic and organisational psychology and on thinking and reasoning, grounded both in theoretical knowledge and in solid methodological skills.
Graduates in Social, economic and decision-making psychology will acquire competencies in order to deal with issues related to social and organisational processes, economic psychology, individual decision-making, in particular about issues concerning developing organisations and human resources, promoting health and well-being, reducing social inequality and disadvantage. They will be able to access careers as work and organisational psychologist, social and community psychologist.
The program also allows students to acquire the fundamentals for undertaking PhD studies. The normal duration of the course is two years. When students complete the activities, ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) credits will be awarded.