What is this program about?
Economics studies the trade of limited resources among people.
This activity involves institutions - businesses - that together with people constitute the economic system on which our society is based.
Firms and people act within the boundaries of rules, the legal system that ensures the orderly development of communities from which they originate.
Finally, studying and managing economic events increasingly requires proficiency in quantitative tools to select and analyze data.
Who is the ideal candidate for this program?
- students that are inquisitive and interested in firms from all perspectives (production, distribution, management, funding, accounting, internationalization, entrepreneurship, etc.)
- students motivated by the desire to understand economic events through a multidisciplinary approach
- students that wish to play an active role, in their personal and professional future through the creation of welfare for society.
For these students, we have built a program with two primary educational objectives:
- the understanding of production as an economic phenomenon and the organisations involved, using the typical tools offered by economics, business, law and quantitative disciplines
- the development of a business-oriented and managerial culture allowing a critical appraisal of the constant changes in which organizations and economic systems are involved, also with a view to managing and controlling such events actively.
How is this program designed?
This Degree Program offers one curriculum entirely taught in English - Business and Management - together with two Italian curricula.
After an initial set of basic courses, the program offers a broad range of choices between alternative topics in order to increase students' specialization.
In addition to classroom lectures, students are also engaged in applications and case studies, simulations, workshops, presentations by experts (entrepreneurs and managers), internships in firms, and study periods abroad in foreign universities.
Enrollment in our degree programs requires an entry test that, however, does not preclude the admission: its aim is to allow the self-assessment of the starting proficiency.