a. Knowledge and understanding: the student will acquire the basic knowledge related to the interpretative models used to evaluate, with reference to cooperative societies, the main internal problems and relations with the environment.
b. Ability to apply knowledge and understanding: the student will be able to interpret and apply the most widespread governance models of cooperative societies. Furthermore, the student will be able to evaluate the management characteristics of the cooperatives and how these are different from other companies.
c. Making judgments: the student will be able to profitably face the interpretative logics of the dynamics of the cooperative societies, also through the acquisition of a suitable interpretative model for the continuation of the studies.
d. Communication skills: at the end of the course the student will have acquired the ability to analyze problems (attitudes to problem solving), relational skills and ability to express in written and oral form effectively, with an appropriate language to discuss the topics covered in
course with the various interlocutors.
e. Learning skills: the student will learn through a correct approach to individual study and the guided development of classroom examples.