Learning objectives

The specific training objectives of the course, while differing in relation to the different curricula, have a common denominator that is based on a solid methodological and basic application preparation in business, economics, statistics, mathematics and law.

Course-specific learning objectives

The specific educational objectives, which differ according to the curricula, have a common denominator: they are based on a solid methodological and basic application preparation in the disciplines of business, economics, statistics, mathematics and law. Training includes, first and foremost, the study of the following topics: institutions of business economics, accounting and company balance sheets, economics of financial intermediaries, economics and company management, micro and macroeconomics, mathematical methods applied to economics and for financial analysis, methods of statistical analysis, economic history, principles of private law and commercial law.
With reference to the individual curricula, the following specific course learning objectives are defined:
- the degree course in Economics and Management - CLEA curriculum aims to provide students with knowledge and understanding of the administration of companies, at management, organisational and information systems moments in order to effectively govern, for example, the planning and control processes of company management, the proper functioning of information systems, the communication processes of companies towards stakeholders, internal (internal audit) and external (external audit) control systems for the protection of savings and institutional interests. Subsequent to the two-year training, topics consistent with the business economics curriculum are offered. In particular, the CLEA curriculum provides training on the following topics: valuation of companies, extraordinary transactions that may involve them (divestments, liquidations, mergers, transformations), appreciation of economic and financial balances with the analysis of financial statements by indexes and flows, economics of public and non-profit companies, tools for planning and control of company management, economics of groups and company concentrations.
- the degree course in Economics and Management - CLEF curriculum aims to train graduates who are able to understand and deal with the problems of business management with particular reference to companies operating in the field of financial intermediation and financial markets, as well as with skills relating to the financial profiles of the management of companies operating in other sectors of the economy. The course of study provides for the acquisition of fundamental and, in part, specialised knowledge in the various fields of business management, supported by basic legal knowledge and a mastery of methods and techniques of financial mathematics, mathematics for economic applications, and statistics. In particular, the student acquires an adequate specialised knowledge of the business disciplines, declined both by functional areas (management, organisation, surveying) and by classes of companies in the various sectors (manufacturing, trade, services, public administration) with a specific focus on the structural and functional profiles of the financial system, its articulations, the companies operating within it, and interactions with non-financial companies. The training includes the study of the following topics: mathematical methods applied to economics, mathematical methods for financial analysis, methods of statistical analysis, securities market economics, corporate banking and finance, financial science, economics and monetary policy.
- The degree course in Economics and Management - CLEI curriculum aims to provide students with knowledge and understanding of business management, according to different profiles and fields of application. In addition to the common solid methodological and applied background in business, economics, statistical-mathematical and legal disciplines, the course provides specific skills required in some areas of economics. In particular: in the management of service companies operating in free market conditions, with particular reference to the value creation strategies implemented in the competitive environment of reference and in the management of multinational companies or companies involved in import-export activities or related to the functioning of international organisations.
- The degree course in Economics and Management - CLAM curriculum - provides the marketing methods and tools needed to analyse and manage the market policies of private and public, industrial, commercial and service enterprises and organisations. In the first two years, the course provides an in-depth methodological background in business, economics, mathematics and law. In the final year, on the other hand, the focus is on consolidating marketing-specific knowledge. Overall, the training course is oriented towards the development of planning and decision-making skills in strategic and operational marketing in different competitive environments: FMCG sectors, business-to-business, high-tech sectors and typical made-in-Italy production. The training is completed in the final year with in-depth knowledge of marketing methods, tools and techniques, through the study of the following topics: data analysis for marketing, distribution marketing, international marketing, operational marketing, strategic marketing, agri-food chain economics.
- The degree course in Economics and Management - CLED curriculum - stems from the idea that recent advances in the field of information and communication technology are creating new business opportunities, therefore the CLED curriculum is designed to be interdisciplinary, involving transversal skills, for an organic preparation of the student in digital, web and innovation, of particular interest in the current historical phase. The CLED curriculum has five main subject areas: innovation in the digital age, new marketing and e-commerce approaches related to the digital economy, big data, digital accounting and new banking models.