Master in Behavioral Science and Public Policies
The Master in Behavioral Science and Public Policies trains people capable of mastering a wide range of advanced techniques to accurately and rigorously analyze populations, their preferences, expectations, opinions, behaviors, biases that can affect their judgments or collective phenomena that emerge from their multiple interactions.
This Master's program has been designed to a respond to a new demand, and to offer its graduates the possibility of seizing the increasingly numerous opportunities offered to such profiles in today's world. Through this aim, this Master is part of the international academic dynamic that today leads the most renowned universities to develop similar programs.
Centered on Behavioral Sciences in the broad sense – experimental psychology, cognitive sciences, behavioral ecology, cognitive anthropology – the Master's program also borrows its tools, its theoretical reflections and its inspirations from sociology, economics, political science, and philosophy of social sciences and data sciences.
This interdisciplinary dimension is essential to train profiles capable of facing the current challenges of public policies, insofar as many questions imply, to be solidly treated, the joint lighting of several disciplines and the use of a range of various tools.