With its teaching, organisational and research resources, the Faculty of Economics participates in launching this interfaculty master's degree course, along with the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Natural Sciences.
The Master of Science in Innovation and Technology Management is a two-year program designed for students who want to develop multidisciplinary skills suited to the new business contexts generated by the innovations that accompany the so-called Industry 4.0.
There is a revolution that invests both providers and users of technologies and infrastructures. The program wants to flexible professional profiles capable of understanding the potential of product and process technologies and generating new market spaces and new business opportunities. The student can choose between two paths: the Innovation process management path is thought for students aiming at working in managerial roles in industrial, service and consultancy companies. The Entrepreneurship path is for students whose ambitious is to give rise, join or take part to the development of a new venture or a small company.
The Master Program is entirely taught in English. It combines sound methodological and analytical skills with applications and business practices. The teaching calendar is organized in three quarters (Fall, Winter and Spring terms).
Applicants who are non-native speakers of English must provide evidence of English language proficiency. For any further information refer to the graduate program website. Attendance is strongly recommended.