Curricula published here could be subject to change; the final ones will be published in the official Faculty guide. Courses characterizing the Graduate Degree in Management will be activated according to students’choices
Courses in study plan
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Mathematics for management - 8 ects
Transnational business law - 8 ects
Managerial economics - 8 ects
Four elective courses among:
Corporate strategy, Corporate finance (options, futures and derivatives), Customer-based marketing strategy, Financial accounting and analysis (main issues in application of IFRS), HR management, Management control systems, Supply chain management - 32 ects
One elective course among (Economic courses):
Monetary economics and asset pricing, Industrial organization, International economics, Labor economics, Political economy of the European Union - 8 ects
Two elective courses among:
Business communication, Change management, International corporate finance, Management information systems, Project management, Performance measurement, Work and organizational psychology - 16 ects
One elective course among:
Applied statistics and big data (business analytics), Brand management, Corporate governance and social responsibility, Cross cultural management, Entrepreneurship, International business management, Public management - 8 ects
Business Lab: introductory course - 4 ects
Field project or Internship - 8 ects
Elective courses - 8 ects
Thesis - 12 ects
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.