Second-level master’s degree
The Master in Behavioral Science and Administration is an innovative, high-level program for civil servants and for those interested in enhancing their decision-making skills while receiving advanced training in law, economics, political science, and management, enabling graduates to take on roles of leadership and management in national and European public administrations.
This master has been created jointly with the Scuola Nazionale dell'Amministrazione, or National School of Administration (SNA), which will issue a Specialization Diploma, in addition to the second-level master's degree issued by SEP.
Professor Fabrizio Cafaggi, professor of Comparative Law and Economics, professor at the National School of Administration.
Professor Giacomo Sillari, assistant professor at the Department of Political Science, professor of Behavioral Economics, LUISS Guido Carli