The curriculum is entirely taught in English.
Curricula published here could be subject to change; the final ones will be published in the official faculty guide.
Courses in study plan
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- Strategy and International Business - 10 ects
- Module Corporate Strategy - 5 ects
- Module International Business - 5 ects
- Economics of global competitiveness and sustainability - 5 ects
- Sustainability management - 5 ects
- Managerial Economics - 10 ects
- Module Competitive Behavior (5 Ects)
- Module Economics Scenarios (5 Ects)
- International affairs - 10 ects
- Module Business Government Relations (4 Ects)
- Module International Corporate Taxation and Tax Planning (6 Ects)
- Performance measurement and controlling - 10 ects
- Module International Financial Reporting - 5 ects
- Module Performance Measurement and Incentives - 5 ects
- Corporate Finance - 5 ects
- Internship - 6 ects
- International Human Resource Management - 5 ects
- Intercultural Marketing - 10 ects
- Module Distribution and trade decisions - 5 ects
- Module Sociology of consumer behavior - 5 ects
- Business Ethics - 5 ects
- Business Analytics - 6 ects
- Elective courses * - 15 ects
- Thesis - 18 ects
* Elective courses: Leggi
Students must choose three of the following courses:
- Corporate Governance
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Public Private Partnership
- Data Science and Management
- Silicon Valley immersion program
- Supply chain and operation management
- Financial Markets and Institutions
All degree-seeking students are required to attend theology teachings aimed at offering a reasoned and critical knowledge of the Christian message.
Graduate students will have to attend a seminar and/or theological monographic lectures only for a total of 30 hours. Teachings will focus on topics inherent to the student’s curriculum and will be subject to a final short essay or a conversation with the Theology professor.