The program structure starts with a similar curriculum basis as many of the other Bachelor of Science programs, thereby giving you a rigorous training in the key subjects, though always aiming for an international perspective. While attending core courses, students study public and private organizations working at a global level, the main business functions (marketing, organization, technologies, finance, etc.) and strategic business management in an international context.
The last part of the program is made up of 2 elective courses (one of which may be substituted with an internship) and the final report.
During their last year, students may study at leading universities abroad and/or take part in internships in Italy or abroad, thus broadening their knowledge through courses and activities which are not included as part of the standard curricular subjects.
|Mathematics, Module 1 (General)||8|
|Economics, Module 1 (Microeconomics)||9|
||Critical Thinking Seminar
|Semester II||Economics, Module 2 (Macroeconomics)||8|
|Mathematics, Module 2 (Applied)||7|
|Introduction to the Legal System - Module 1||6|
|First foreign language||4|
|Semester I||Economic History||6|
|Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis – Module 1||5|
|Financial Markets and Institutions||6|
|Introduction to the Legal System - Module 2||6|
|European Economic Policy||6|
|Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis - Module 2||5|
|Leadership and Managerial Skills Seminars||1
|Second foreign language||4|
|Semester I||Applications for Management||6|
|4 compulsory courses chosen from:
|CSR & Ethics in Business (seminar)||2|
|Semester II||Business Strategy||6|
|Globalization, Societies and Institutions (seminar)||2|
|Comparative Business and European Law||7|
|Elective 1 or internship||6|
|Total credit points||180|
Program requirements are subject to change.
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