This course, only for Bachelor graduates, aims to provide a thorough training in corporate governance, integration of knowledge in business management with disciplines such as economics, law and quantitative methods in decision making at a national, international and EU LEVEL.
In particular, and in a logic of analysis and implementation of the knowledge acquired in the first cycle of business studies, the course of Master's degree aims to train graduates of the second level with specific and extensive expertise in business management, statistical- mathematical and legal. The course is offered with two distinctive majors:
Major Curriculum A: "Economy and company management", focuses on the issues of the subject business economics (54 credits) supplemented by statistical mathematical knowledge (12 credits) for the detection and processing data needed in decision-making business, from legal knowledge (12/18 credits) related to company law and employment law, as well as knowledge of financial risk management.
Major Curriculum B: “Economy, technology and innovation", aims to train the professional for change and innovation, capable in operating and managing complex systems in which technological processes intersect with those of economic and organizational links. The course of study focuses on issues of business management while maintaining a strong innovation (45 credits); supported, in a logic of complementarity, statistical and mathematical disciplines (15 credits) and (18 credits) relating to the regulation of the markets and the protection of innovation.
Students must be able to study the program in Italian.
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Last updated January 19, 2018