For an overall description of the year's organization, number of hours and ECTS, please refer to the overview page.

Boot camp

  • Psy. track: Mathematics by Ugo Gragnolati. Syllabus.
  • Econ. track: Brain sciences by Roeland Heerema. Syllabus.
  • Statistics by Angelo Secchi. Syllabus.


Students with a background in psychology (Psy track)


  • Introduction to economics (Fall) by Lise Rochaix (Tutorials: Antoine Marsaudon). Syllabus.
  • Behavior of economic agents (Fall) by Leonardo Pejsachowicz (Tutorials: Dorian Jullien). Syllabus.
  • Introduction to macroeconomics (Spring) by Lorenzo Cassi. Syllabus.


Students with a background in economics (Econ track)


  • Introduction to cognitive psychology (Fall) by Pauline Favre (Tutorials: Cyril Thomas). Syllabus.
  • Introduction to social psychology (Fall) by Cristina Aelenei and Bo Sanitioso (Tutorials: Nadine Chaurand). Syllabus.
  • Introduction to differential psychology (Fall) by Todd Lubart (Tutorials: Dorian Roulet). Syllabus.


Common courses


  • Research tools: electronic resources and references management (Fall), by the MSE Library team.
  • Applied Psychology (Spring) by Lucia Bosone and Phillipe Cabon. Syllabus.
  • Introduction to neuroeconomics and to cognitive neurosciences (Spring) by André Knops and Teresa Iuculano. Syllabus.
  • Qualitative and Quantitative Research Method 1 - Psychology (Fall) coordinated by Nadia Alahyane and Valentina La Corte. Syllabus.
  • Research methods - Economics (Spring): Part I: The practice of experiments by Fabrice Le Lec. Syllabus. Part II: Applied econometrics by Nicolas Jacquemet. Syllabus. Class material.
  • Research methods - Psychology (Spring): Part I: Advanced psychometrics by Laurent Sovet. Syllabus. Part II: Observational design study by Carol Sankey.