Master - Policy stream: Politics and Public Policy
General Objective of the politics and public policy stream
This policy stream in Politics and Public Policy offers an excellent preparation for further research work or for work in public sector, policy analysis and consultancy, European institutions, non-governmental organizations and the private sector. Students learn political processes and institutions in democracies and non-democracies around the world with a special focus on the European continent.
Throughout the stream, focus is both on national and European politics. The stream gives students both a specialization in a subfield of political science and rigorous research training.
Special courses OF THE POLITICS AND PUBLIC POLICY STREAM
- Political Economy and Comparative Politics
- Social and Demographic Trends in contemporary Europe
- Political Communication in Contemporary Europe
- Policy Making: Design, Management and Evaluation
- Advanced Quantitative Methods
- Media and Politics
- Digital Communication
- Changing face of Politics: right wing extremism, radicalism and populism
- Political Behavior
Career Opportunities after THE POLITICS AND PUBLIC POLICY STREAM
Graduates from this policy stream pursue careers in a broad variety of fields including education, public policy research, advice and consultancy as well as government and the media. Graduates can consider positions in public sector, policy analysis and consultancy, European institutions, non governmental organizations and the private sector in policy-making. It is also a stream suitable for those considering Doctoral research in Political science.
course Programme OF THE POLITICS AND PUBLIC POLICY STREAM
Master in Public Policy - Politics and Public Policy stream:
Master in European Affairs - Politics and Public Policy stream:
Scientific advisor of the politics and public policy stream
Emiliano Grossman - Associate Professor at Sciences Po / Centre d'études européennes (CEE)
Emiliano Grossman's research concentrates on comparative politics and comparative public policy. He is the leader of the French Agendas Project which has collected data on all aspects of French policymaking. He is the co-editor of the Oxford Handbook of French Politics. His research is published in international journals such as Comparative Political Studies, Governance or West European Politics. At Sciences Po, he teaches courses on Comparative Politics and Political Communication.
Academic advisor: Marion Moreau
Academic assistant: Delphine Schittone