a. Knowledge and understanding: the course aims to provide students with the basic knowledge of the interpretative models to assess, with reference to the different kinds of enterprises, the most important internal and external problems in terms of management. The course also analyses the reasons behind the determination and reporting processes of financial results of enterprises.
b. Applying knowledge and understanding: students will be able to interpret and apply the most important models of business analysis, as well as the methods of quantitative determination related to internal and external disclosure. Student will also be able to draft, read and understand financial statements, as well as to address subsequent studies relating to analyze the key performance indicators related to the financial reports of the companies.
c. Making judgments: students will be able to successfully solve the logical interpretation of the dynamics of the enterprises, including the acquisition of an interpretative model suitable for the continuation of the studies.
d. Communication skills: at the end of the course, students will acquire the ability to analyze problems (problem solving skills), the interpersonal skills and the communication skills in written and oral form in an effective way, using an appropriate language to discuss those issues with different stakeholders.
e. Learning skills: the course aims to support students learning through a correct approach to the individual study and through the development of classroom exercises.