a) Access Requirements
Besides a first level three-year university degree (not less than 90/100 mark), either Italian or officially recongnized as equivalent to an Italian degree, students enrolling for the degree in Public policies and Governance should have: a solid understanding of the basics of public law, of political science, of sociology, of economics, and of history; familiarity with the principles, methods, and tools of statistical-social research; a problem-solving outlook; the ability to look at and discuss phenomena from a multidisciplinary point of view; computer skills at or above the level of the ECDL Core; written and oral English language skills at European Reference Level B1 or higher.
b) The course of study in short
The two years course permits to obtain a second level (master) degree in Public policies and Governance.
After a common first year, students can choose between two suggested paths: 1) politological-administrative address; politological-international address. Students, respecting the number of credits that they must acquire in all the discipline areas, may also “build” their own path, choosing subjects from both addresses.