Keystone logo
University of Cyprus MSc in Behavioural Economics
University of Cyprus

MSc in Behavioural Economics

Aglantzia, Cyprus

3 Semesters

English

Full time

Request application deadline

Request earliest startdate

EUR 5,125

On-Campus

Introduction

The MSc in Behavioural Economics is offered jointly by the Department of Economics and the Department of Psychology. It is designed to prepare students for career paths that require the analysis of human behavior (product/service design, human resources management, policy-making, etc.)

The program is aimed at students with backgrounds in economics, psychology, engineering, and other social, natural, or applied sciences, who wish to explore the questions at the boundaries of Economics and Psychology.

The program provides students with a general grounding in behavioral and experimental approaches to social sciences, and with skills and knowledge that are essential for the economic analysis of human behavior and the application of behavioral science to the resolution of contemporary societal challenges.

Successful graduates will acquire a solid grasp of key concepts and results in the area of behavioral sciences and develop the analytical and technical skills that are valued by academics and other organizations operating in today’s dynamic and complex settings of interaction.

They will be able to use insights drawn from recent studies to understand complex behavioral phenomena that are relevant to the organization’s performance and goals; to comprehend and suitably design the organization’s policies and to appropriately assess the associated risks and rewards; to design and execute studies examining the role of human behavior in contemporary socioeconomic phenomena, and to evaluate the outcomes of interventions, using cutting edge research techniques.

Admissions

Scholarships and Funding

Curriculum

Program Outcome

Career Opportunities

About the School

Questions