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  • because management is increasingly indispensable in every organizational setting
  • because the preparation provided by Management opens up very diverse job placement opportunities, from large to small business
  • because in the field of Management one can cultivate diverse interests, developing one's aptitudes
  • because the Management educational proposal helps develop learning skills, which are increasingly indispensable in a changing world
  • because the Management course is rich, in content and opportunities, attentive to the evolving needs of businesses, with which we maintain intense relations
  • because at Management we care about helping our students acquire certified skills expendable in the world of work

What will you study

Management is characterized by a focus on the themes of innovation, globalization and networking.
In the training course, the main drivers of change that drive the way business is done and management is understood are analyzed and explored:

  • business management, particularly in the international context
  • strategic governance issues, logics
  • the techniques and tools for managing functions and processes

to correspond to the goal of training graduates who enter businesses by understanding their management and organizational logics and who know how to move appropriately in various contexts.

The course is completed by economics and legal insights.
There are also highly operational and professionalizing training activities, complementary to the contents of the teachings, such as 'e-Business', 'Digital communication', 'Project Management' and 'Entrepreneurship, start-up and business plan', aimed at promoting the spread of the culture of 'doing business'.
Of great importance are 'soft skills', not only taught but especially acted upon.

To increase the employability of its graduates, the course offers additional opportunities to meet the world of work even outside the individual curricular teachings, so as to support them in building their professional profile and facing the entry into the world of work with greater awareness.

The quality of the training provided is documented by the high degree of interest that students have always shown in the content of the degree program's teachings, as demonstrated by questionnaires evaluating the quality of teaching and the low dropout rate among enrolled students.

After graduation

Today, more than in the recent past, businesses require--in addition to solid training in the specialized knowledge characterizing the field of management--the ability to grasp processes of change in a timely manner and then to evolve that same knowledge. The latter ability is all the greater the more solid the foundations on which the knowledge is based.
Knowledge, both enunciative (the knowing that) and procedural (the knowing how), are the basis of professional skills; these are flanked by behavioral skills, which are increasingly valuable for building qualified professional profiles: on both sides, the teachings offered intervene from their respective specificities.

The Master's Degree in Management

Who is it?

The Master of Management graduate is a professional ready to proactively enter the business. He or she understands its goals, logic and dynamics and is able to tune in to the demands that his or her specific field of insertion places on him or her, knowing how to place them in an overall vision.

What does he/she do?

Management graduates occupy a variety of professional roles, both in terms of the responsibilities held throughout their careers and with regard to the business functions in which they may fit (strategic planning, marketing, sales, production, logistics, procurement, organization).

Where does she work?

In companies with a local vocation as well as in international ones, in highly innovative or more traditional companies, in industrial or service companies, large and medium-small.
The creation of new enterprises constitutes an area of growing interest for the Management graduate.