Knowledge and know-how:
The graduate student in MSc in Business Administration is expected being in possession of:
basic knowledge to manage companies and to understand standard strategic and operational processes;
theoretical and practical fundamentals of firm departments, such as production, marketing, R&S, etc.;
knowledge of the advanced tools in finance, management control, planning and accounting;
robust statistical and informational background for the analysis of the business problem and corporate decision-making;
legal background about corporations, and, more in particular, in commercial law, taxation, contracts, market regulation, etc..
In the Master study plan, in order to profitably combine theoretical and operational competences, the traditional frontal lessons are integrated with seminars, guest speaker lectures, business simulations, and group activities. The achievement of these skills is tested in specific speaking or/and written exams.
Ability to apply knowledge and know-how:
The graduate student in MSc in Business Administration is capable in:
development of interdisciplinary analysis (e.g., integrating economic, managerial, legal and quantitative knowledge) on the main business dimensions;
multidimensional tools of managerial and financial accounting and quali- and quantitative models to support corporate decision-making and problem solving, and to properly design and coordinate the organizational structure;
management of legal problems, linked to contractual, administrative, commercial, tax, labor, regulation aspects and facilitate the compliance.
The achievement of these skills and competences is carried out by ad hoc implemented critical studies, participation to practical classroom activities, and, finally, in the preparation of the final examination/dissertation.