First cycle degree courses

Degree course
Free access
course in italian
class L-18

Double degree with Grenoble Ecole de Management - France; Bochum University of Applied Sciences - Germany

The course aims to provide students with knowledge and understanding of business management, according to different profiles and fields of application.

It is divided into five different curricula that are highly thematically specialised. All teaching in the third year is differentiated according to the chosen curriculum, with the exception of the Business English examination, which is compulsory for all.

The 5 curricula

Curriculum in Business Administration (CLEA) develops subjects related to the administrative functions of companies, as well as providing the specific skills to pursue the path of the liberal professions.

Curriculum in Economics and Finance (CLEF) provides expertise in the field of financial intermediation and financial markets (banking, insurance, credit institutions).

Curriculum in Economics of International Markets (CLEI) delves into the characteristic topics of import-export activities and presence in foreign markets, as well as the typical issues of international economic-political institutions.

Curriculum in Economics and Marketing (CLAM) provides the conceptual tools to understand the needs of customers/consumers and to propose strategies and operational solutions aimed at meeting these needs (such as launching a new product, managing a brand, developing a communication campaign).

Curriculum in Economics and New Digital Technologies (CLED) provides knowledge and skills on one of the most important and debated topics of our time: the impact of the digital economy on the way we do business, on the traditional economy and more generally on our society.
 

SEDE
Degree course
Free access
course in italian
class L-18

The Food Systems: Management, Sustainability and Technologies (FOOD Systems) degree course represents an innovative initiative in the Italian university landscape, in which managerial culture is integrated with technological and scientific contributions with the aim of producing qualified managerial figures, able to interpret and manage the problems of the agri-food systems with skill and competence.

The course originates in the heart of the Food Valley and brings together the tradition of scientific research and accreditation of the three Departments involved - Economics and Business Sciences, Chemical, Life and Sustainability Sciences, and Food and Drug Sciences - in the extraordinary context of agricultural enterprises, production, distribution, quality certification bodies, and catering that characterise Italy's agri-food system.

The student will thus be able to rely on an interdisciplinary pathway centred on methodological aspects and basic knowledge that is not subject to rapid obsolescence, on the constant exchange between the context of companies of excellence and that of research and advanced training, as well as on the transversal nature of the skills required for the management of complex and highly-structured processes.

It is divided into two highly specialised curricula. All teaching in the third year is differentiated according to the chosen curriculum.

- The Food Management Curriculum delves into the main topics related to the management of agri-food systems and supply chains, from a value creation perspective for products, with particular reference to cultural and sustainability aspects.

- The Food Science Curriculum develops the knowledge and tools to understand the agri-food product in its organoleptic components and to provide guarantees of health, safety and quality, while respecting environmental, economic and social sustainability.

SEDE