The student will do a final master project in which he/she will reflect everything learned through a document that he will write under the supervision of the academic tutor. The work can deal with the comparison of international experiences in a single or diverse public service activities, or on the specific evaluation of a specific public service policy from which lessons can be drawn for the design and implementation of public service programs and reforms in the provision of public services.
The final master project must be an original and personal contribution based on the knowledge of the student, the contributions, suggestions and comments of his/her supervisor, and the bibliographic references analyzed on the existing previous literature.
The methodology used can be diverse and contemplate from the use of quantitative analytical tools, such as statistics and econometrics, to the critical discussion of case studies. The final master’s projects may use empirical data or use a theoretical approach.