Human Decision Science is a master program in English at Maastricht University.
Offered jointly by the School of Business and Economics (SBE) and the Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience (FPN), Human Decision Science combines the best of two worlds. It takes the rigour and clarity of economic and game-theoretic decision analysis, and combines it with the human factors of bounded rationality, biases and emotions from psychology. This programme thus goes beyond the traditional, monodisciplinary approach in understanding human decisions. It is a genuinely interdisciplinary programme that combines economics and psychology in all their different facets, from the neuropsychological basis of decision making to multinational institutions like the European Union
Location: Maastricht, the Netherlands
Duration: 1 year
Main Subjects:Theory of Individual and Strategic Decisions, Negotiation & Allocation, Social Psychology and Interaction Experiments
Possible careers:government institutions (policymaking and implementation), NGOs and non-profit organisations (agenda setting, campaigning), human resource departments (incentive schemes, performance assessment, conflict resolution), healthcare and health insurance companies (medical decision making), marketing (customer relations, consumer behaviour), consulting, management coaching, academic research
- Bachelor’s degree from a relevant academic field (high quality of performance in previous education)
- Legalized translation of the bachelor diploma (if not in English)
- Motivation Letter
- Official GMAT-/GRE-school score report
- IELTS with minimum 7, or TOEFL with minimum 100 or CAE or CPE
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