Programme details

What will you learn?

The curriculum is organized in four learning areas that offer common courses for all the five specialist tracks in different management fields.

Common learning areas:

  1. MARKETS, STRATEGY AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT – you will learn about the models and tools required to analyse the external environment, to formulate a strategy and to design an appropriate organizational model. You will understand the effects of technological change of product and production process on competitive dynamics. You will learn the basic elements of management control, industrial accounting, corporate financial management and capital budgeting methods;
  2. MANAGEMENT OF PRODUCTION AND QUALITY SYSTEMS - you will study the management strategies for a production system and the procedures to analyse the performance of the system itself. You will learn about the elements of quality management systems in the field of production/provision of goods and services, including project management and risk management;
  3. CORPORATE ECONOMIC AND LEGAL ANALYSIS – you will study the most important economic theories on the functioning of markets, economic systems and corporate governance systems. You will learn about the legal framework of limited companies and their obligations;
  4. ICT SYSTEM MANAGEMENT - you will study the logic of analysis, design, control and development of information systems within companies producing goods and services;

The programme includes mandatory teachings for the first three of the four semesters. You will then choose a specialist track from a number of different options that will allow you to finalize your preparation in a specific management field.

The final exam involves the development of a thesis project.


How will you learn it?

The Master’s degree programme is taught both in Italian and in English.

You will take part in practical classes, case studies on different types of companies and markets, group work and seminars with the participation of experts from the private sectors.