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Psychology in the Future: Bridging the Gap between Food, Health, and Environment – MSc in Italy!

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Program Starts
September 2024

Description

Join us to discover Università Cattolica’s 2-year Master “Consumer behaviour: psychology applied to food, health and environment”, which aims to train psychologists who are experts in understanding and modifying health behaviour, lifestyles and consumer behaviour.

Today, our society is faced with complex challenges to deal with: climate change, energy crisis and aging population are just some of the problems which we will need to address in our forseeable future. Leading to such profund change requires behavioral experts, figures who can integrate a solid understanding of psychology and decision-making levers with knowledge about health, environment and global economy. Meet Professor Guendalina Graffigna, esteemed programme Director of the MSc degree in Consumer Behaviour at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore. She will be your guide in exploring how the study of psychology intersects with other disciplines like economics and sociology to effectively confront contemporary and future challenges. Don’t miss this opportunity to discover how you can forge a successful career in this dynamic and vital field.

Register now and secure your spot!

You Will Learn

  • The fascinating intersections between psychology and the diverse realms of social sciences, including economics and sociology.
  • How this innovative cross-disciplinary approach not only broadens your academic horizons but also enhances your problem-solving skills, preparing you for a future where adaptability and creativity are fundamental.
  • The possible career outcomes awaiting those who pursue a degree in Consumer Behavior at Università Cattolica, that equips you with the skills and knowledge to excel in diverse roles, making a significant impact in both academia and industry.

Admission Requirements

Candidate must hold a first cycle (bachelor) degree, and hold a B2 level English certificate.

Admission Deadline

9th May 2024 – non- EU students requiring a Visa. 27th June – EU students.

Speakers

  • Prof. ssa Guendalina Graffigna

    Programme coordinator
  • Federica De Bernardi

    Moderator, Cattolica International
  • Prof. Giovanni Umberto Aresi

    Professor at Cattolica International, Psychology department
  • Prof. ssa Mariarosaria Savarese

    Professor at Cattolica International, Psychology department