The course of Master’s Studies in Psychology is divided into three curricula:"Cognitive Neuroscience", "Developmental Psychology" and "Social, Work and Organizational Psychology".At the end of the curriculum, graduates will have acquired a solid theoretical knowledge in the macro-areas of cognitive psychology and neuropsychology, developmental psychology, social psychology, work and organizations, integrated with the acquisition of methodological and operational tools addressed to psychological, psychodiagnostic and psychometric investigation, to computer procedures for the analysis of research data, to the planning and evaluation of specialized intervention towards the person (children and adults), families and groups, communities , towards work and organizational contexts.The operational skills are developed with active and interactive teaching methods, which are carried out in seminars, laboratories and guided practical experiences. These skills are also consolidated with an internship experience (4 credits for each curricula) in production companies and affiliated facilities that offer diagnostic, rehabilitation and assistance services to people (adults and children), families and groups in disadvantageous conditions. The internship allows future graduates to understand the ethical implications of psychological work, to become aware of personal attitudes in specific working contexts and to experience the skills necessary for useful professional exchange (soft skills).The training course is completed with teachings in the biomedical and humanistic area, specific to each curriculum, which improve knowledge in fields related to psychological training and helps gain the objectives of vocational training .To sum up at the end of the training course, the graduate attending:- "Cognitive neuroscience", will be able to perform activities of assessment, diagnosis and rehabilitation of cognitive functions, in the presence of brain alterations due to injury / neurological diseases / psychiatric diseases; he will also be able to operate in the development and innovation sector of companies, in public and private companies and can be included in multidisciplinary teams of psychological and biomedical research, both basic and applied.- "Developmental psychology", will be able to carry out consultancy, training and diagnosis activities in the various institutions interested in subjects, such as educational and training systems, public, private and social-health services;and in the third sector. In such contexts, the graduate will be able to design and implement services and interventions aimed at preventing dysfunctional behaviour, promoting social inclusion and improving the living conditions in which development takes place; the graduate will also be able to plan and implement services and interventions for the early identification of risk conditions for delays, disabilities and disorders, and plan prevention and rehabilitation actions.- "Social, work and organizational psychology" will be able to design and implement services aimed at individuals, groups and communities at a disadvantage or requiring development / requalification / prevention actions and promotion of well-being and health. The graduate will be able to operate in the Services for personnel and in the Human Resources area of Companies, in Public Bodies and Public Administration, in the field of selection, training and professional orientation, in the organizational analysis and ergonomic design; the graduate can also carry out market research and opinion polls, marketing, communication and advertising.