This program uses the study of economics and management to lay the basis of a sound theoretical mindset. That foundation is integrated with computer, mathematical and information processing skills.
During the third year, students will be exposed to advanced subjects on Big Data and databases, advanced economics models of mechanism design and game theory, techniques for marketing analytics and the management of information systems.
They will also have the opportunity to study at leading universities abroad and/or take part in internships in Italy or elsewhere.
Seminars with partner companies provide insights from the real world that will help understand how important people can be in the midst of all this data. As a graduate, your ability to find the right theoretical models for interpreting a problem, and to communicate what you have inferred to different kinds of stakeholders will be the talents that will position you favorably in tomorrow’s data-driven business world.
|Mathematics and Statistics (Module 1 - Mathematics)||8|
|Principles of Management||8|
|Semester II||Mathematics and Statistics (Module 2 - Statistics)||8|
|Fundamentals of Computer Science||8|
|Fundamentals of Information Technology Law||8|
|First Foreign Language||4|
|Semester I||Advanced Mathematics and Statistics (Module 1 - Applied Mathematics)||7|
|European and International Information Law and Data Economy||7|
|Technological Innovation Seminars 1||1|
|Semester II||Advanced Mathematics and Statistics (Module 2 - Advanced Statistical Methods)||7|
|Principles of Finance||7|
|Technological Innovation Seminars 2||1|
|Second Foreign Language||4|
|Semester I||Big Data and Databases||6|
|Computational Microeconomics (Module 1 - Game Theory)||8|
|Semester II||Computational Microeconomics (Module 2 - Mechanism Design)||8|
|Information Systems Management||6|
|1 elective or internship||6|
|Total credit points||180|
Program requirements are subject to change.
To search and get more information on the content of the various courses, browse the description of courses taught in 2019-2020.