|Introduction to R (Compulsory Lab)||Pagano Giovanni (Unimi)||3||1st|
|Behavioural Sociology||Squazzoni Flaminio (Unimi)||9||1st|
|Cybersecurity and protection of personal data: legal and policies issues||Pierluigi Perri (Unimi)||6||1st|
|Coding for computational social science||Alessandro Provetti (Unimi)||6||1st|
|Data Analysis||Dotti Sani Giulia Maria (Unimi)||9||1st|
|Digital Cultures and Communication Research||Gandini Alessandro (Unimi)||9||2nd|
|Analytics for Complex Organizations||Solari Luca (Unimi) ||6||3rd|
|Multivariate Analysis for Social Scientists||6||3rd|
|Social and Political Attitudes||Cristiano Vezzoni (Unimi)||6||3rd|
|Big Data Analytics||Curini Luigi (Unimi) ||6||1st|
|Policy Design Analysis and Evaluation||Damonte Alessia (Unimi) |
Decadri Silvia (Unimi)
|Network Analysis||Federico Bianchi||6||2nd|
To complete the MA program, students need also:
- To select one extra free course (9 cfu) or a set of workshops/laboratories (e.g., Introduction to Python, Data Visualization). Notice that laboratories usually grant 3 cfu, thus students have to pass 3 laboratories to totalize the needed 9 cfu (one of them is “Introduction to R”). We suggest attending these extra free course, or workshops/laboratories, in the 2nd term of the first year.
- To actively take part in a stage (about 230 hrs – 9 cfu).
- To work on their MA thesis (Final exam – 21 cfu).