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Economia e direzione delle imprese

La Laurea Magistrale in Economia e Direzione delle Imprese (EDI) è un percorso specialistico che garantisce l'approfondimento di concetti e l'acquisizione di metodi avanzati di gestione e organizzazione aziendale, nonché degli strumenti qualitativi e quantitativi che possono essere utilizzati in contesti organizzativi di grandi, medie e piccole dimensioni. Particolare attenzione viene posta verso le specificità di chi opera a livello internazionale.

Utilizzando metodologie didattiche innovative che bilanciano rigore academico e rilevanza manageriale, il curriculum EDI prevede:

  • insegnamenti disciplinari di base per maturare una visione sistemica delle aree funzionali delle organizzazioni e acquisire competenze di natura trasversale;
  • quattro indirizzi di specializzazioneAmministrazione, finanza e controlloConsulenza direzionaleGestione d'impresa; Digital Management.
  • stage, simulazioni attraverso business game e periodi all'estero presso prestigiose università.

L'indirizzo Amministrazione,  finanza e controllo si focalizza sui processi decisionali e finanziari aziendali, sui sistemi di gestione e controllo dei flussi informativi dell'amministrazione e sulle tecniche di analisi economica-finanziaria delle imprese e delle pubbliche amministrazioni.

Consulenza direzionale combina strumenti disciplinari specifici con lo sviluppo di competenze analitiche di problem-solving per la consulenza societaria e fiscale, nella revisione aziendale e la valutazione d'impresa.

Gestione d'impresa permette di acquisire conoscenze dei fenomeni aziendali con particolare riferimento alla formulazione e implementazione delle strategie e dei business model.

Digital Management fornisce gli strumenti per governare l'innovazione e la digitalizzazione dei processi organizzativi nella sanità, giustizia, pubblica amministrazione e imprese.

Il percorso di apprendimento EDI è innovativo: attraverso un sistema di relazioni con il mondo industriale e della pubblica amministrazione, i docenti EDI combinano lezioni tradizionali e interattive, approfondimenti con professionisti del settore.
L'ultimo semestre del secondo anno è dedicato alla stesura della tesi e ad eventuali attività di stage. 

Employment and professional opportunities for graduates

I laureati del corso di Laurea Magistrale "Economia e direzione delle imprese" potranno essere inseriti in: uffici amministrativi e finanziari di imprese industriali, di servizi commerciali e finanziari con compiti che spaziano dalla contabilità alla programmazione e controllo di gestione, dalla comunicazione finanziaria alla gestione dei flussi informativi aziendali; società di consulenza con ruoli e funzioni relative alla progettazione dei sistemi amministrativi aziendali; uffici di strategie di imprese nazionali e multinazionali con compiti concernenti l'analisi strategica dei contesti competitivi; nelle pubbliche amministrazioni con ruoli di analisi dei processi decisionali e organizzativi interessati alla progressiva digitalizzazione.

Study plan

Students enrolled in the degree program must choose their profile in November 2016 through Web Self Service. More information will be provided in the I semester of the I year.

Amministrazione, finanza e controllo

First year (2016-2017)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup BGroup C
M134Industrial dynamic SECS-P/0612
SJLCompany lawIUS/046
SE4Financial mathematics (advanced course)SECS-S/068
SY3Business strategySECS-P/088

Second semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup BGroup C
SBTAdvanced management controlsSECS-P/076
M220Corporate and investment bankingSECS-P/116
SE3Economics and international business managementSECS-P/088
SGPAdvanced corporate financeSECS-P/098

Second year (2017-2018)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup B
689Mergers and acquisitionsSECS-P/096
S0WInternational accounting standardsSECS-P/076
Additional creditsCredits
A scelta dello studente12
Per la prova finale18
Ulteriori conoscenze linguistiche4
Tirocini formativi e di orientamento8
Altre conoscenze utili per l'inserimento nel mondo del lavoro4
Total number of credits120

Elective courses (12 credits)
At the end of the I year, students are required to choose 2 elective courses through Web Self Service for a total of 12 credits. For more information see the guide to the compilation of study plans.

Thesis evaluation (18 credits)
The final evaluation for master's degree programs consists of the discussion and evaluation of a dissertation written in Italian or a foreign language on a topic related to a course the student has passed an exam on.

Additional language skills (4 credits)
Business English is a required course for 4 credits. Students take the course in the II semester of the I year. The course must be chosen in November 2016 according to the procedure that will be communicated. For more information, contact the University Language Center.

Internship or project work (8 credits)
An internship or project is required for 8 credits. The internship or project can be performed in both the I or II year of the program. For more information contact the Career Services Office.

Additional skills for the job market (4 credits)
An Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability workshop is required for 4 credits. More information will be provided during seminars, notices and email during the I semester of the I year. For more information contact ERS Lab.

Each profile required that one course be taken in English, as follows:

  • Amministrazione, finanza e controllo - Corporate and investment banking
  • Consulenza direzionale - Advanced organizational design
  • Digital management: transforming business and public administration - Organization theory and digital networks
  • Gestione d'impresa - Advanced organizational design

Majors will only be activated if the minimum number of required students is reached.

All credits obtained and registered within the winter exam session are taken into account when calculating an applicant’s score for the selection for international exchange programs, except for the credits obtained from other activities (altre attività), internships, soft skills, workshops and seminars. Only the credits obtained through curricular courses and language exams taken at LUISS will be considered. Extracurricular courses (corsi liberi) are never included in the credit count.

Consulenza direzionale

First year (2016-2017)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup BGroup C
M134Industrial dynamic SECS-P/0612
SJLCompany lawIUS/046
SE4Financial mathematics (advanced course)SECS-S/068
SY3Business strategySECS-P/088

Second semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup BGroup C
M003Advanced organizational designSECS-P/106
SE3Economics and international business managementSECS-P/088
SGPAdvanced corporate financeSECS-P/098
M169Project-based organization: design and hrmSECS-P/106

Second year (2017-2018)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup B
M064Business modeling and planningSECS-P/086
M136Corporate governance and compliance managementSECS-P/076
Additional creditsCredits
A scelta dello studente12
Per la prova finale18
Ulteriori conoscenze linguistiche4
Tirocini formativi e di orientamento8
Altre conoscenze utili per l'inserimento nel mondo del lavoro4
Total number of credits120

Elective courses (12 credits)
At the end of the I year, students are required to choose 2 elective courses through Web Self Service for a total of 12 credits. For more information see the guide to the compilation of study plans.

Thesis evaluation (18 credits)
The final evaluation for master's degree programs consists of the discussion and evaluation of a dissertation written in Italian or a foreign language on a topic related to a course the student has passed an exam on.

Additional language skills (4 credits)
Business English is a required course for 4 credits. Students take the course in the II semester of the I year. The course must be chosen in November 2016 according to the procedure that will be communicated. For more information, contact the University Language Center.

Internship or project work (8 credits)
An internship or project is required for 8 credits. The internship or project can be performed in both the I or II year of the program. For more information contact the Career Services Office.

Additional skills for the job market (4 credits)
An Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability workshop is required for 4 credits. More information will be provided during seminars, notices and email during the I semester of the I year. For more information contact ERS Lab.

Each profile required that one course be taken in English, as follows:

  • Amministrazione, finanza e controllo - Corporate and investment banking
  • Consulenza direzionale - Advanced organizational design
  • Digital management: transforming business and public administration - Organization theory and digital networks
  • Gestione d'impresa - Advanced organizational design

Majors will only be activated if the minimum number of required students is reached.

All credits obtained and registered within the winter exam session are taken into account when calculating an applicant’s score for the selection for international exchange programs, except for the credits obtained from other activities (altre attività), internships, soft skills, workshops and seminars. Only the credits obtained through curricular courses and language exams taken at LUISS will be considered. Extracurricular courses (corsi liberi) are never included in the credit count.

Digital management: transforming business and public administration

First year (2016-2017)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup BGroup C
M134Industrial dynamic SECS-P/0612
SJLCompany lawIUS/046
SE4Financial mathematics (advanced course)SECS-S/068
SY3Business strategySECS-P/088

Second semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup BGroup C
M138Big data analyticsSECS-S/036
SE3Economics and international business managementSECS-P/088
SGPAdvanced corporate financeSECS-P/098
M137Organization theory and digital networksSECS-P/106

Second year (2017-2018)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup B
M140Organization of the big digital companiesSECS-P/106
M139Digital systems and spending reviewSECS-P/036
Additional creditsCredits
A scelta dello studente12
Per la prova finale18
Ulteriori conoscenze linguistiche4
Tirocini formativi e di orientamento8
Altre conoscenze utili per l'inserimento nel mondo del lavoro4
Total number of credits120

Elective courses (12 credits)
At the end of the I year, students are required to choose 2 elective courses through Web Self Service for a total of 12 credits. For more information see the guide to the compilation of study plans.

Thesis evaluation (18 credits)
The final evaluation for master's degree programs consists of the discussion and evaluation of a dissertation written in Italian or a foreign language on a topic related to a course the student has passed an exam on.

Additional language skills (4 credits)
Business English is a required course for 4 credits. Students take the course in the II semester of the I year. The course must be chosen in November 2016 according to the procedure that will be communicated. For more information, contact the University Language Center.

Internship or project work (8 credits)
An internship or project is required for 8 credits. The internship or project can be performed in both the I or II year of the program. For more information contact the Career Services Office.

Additional skills for the job market (4 credits)
An Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability workshop is required for 4 credits. More information will be provided during seminars, notices and email during the I semester of the I year. For more information contact ERS Lab.

Each profile required that one course be taken in English, as follows:

  • Amministrazione, finanza e controllo - Corporate and investment banking
  • Consulenza direzionale - Advanced organizational design
  • Digital management: transforming business and public administration - Organization theory and digital networks
  • Gestione d'impresa - Advanced organizational design

Majors will only be activated if the minimum number of required students is reached.

All credits obtained and registered within the winter exam session are taken into account when calculating an applicant’s score for the selection for international exchange programs, except for the credits obtained from other activities (altre attività), internships, soft skills, workshops and seminars. Only the credits obtained through curricular courses and language exams taken at LUISS will be considered. Extracurricular courses (corsi liberi) are never included in the credit count.

Gestione d'impresa

First year (2016-2017)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup BGroup C
M134Industrial dynamic SECS-P/0612
SJLCompany lawIUS/046
SE4Financial mathematics (advanced course)SECS-S/068
SY3Business strategySECS-P/088

Second semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup BGroup C
M003Advanced organizational designSECS-P/106
SBTAdvanced management controlsSECS-P/076
SE3Economics and international business managementSECS-P/088
SGPAdvanced corporate financeSECS-P/098

Second year (2017-2018)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup B
M060Labour and industrial relations lawIUS/076
M135Managing innovationSECS-P/106
Additional creditsCredits
A scelta dello studente12
Per la prova finale18
Ulteriori conoscenze linguistiche4
Tirocini formativi e di orientamento8
Altre conoscenze utili per l'inserimento nel mondo del lavoro4
Total number of credits120

Elective courses (12 credits)
At the end of the I year, students are required to choose 2 elective courses through Web Self Service for a total of 12 credits. For more information see the guide to the compilation of study plans.

Thesis evaluation (18 credits)
The final evaluation for master's degree programs consists of the discussion and evaluation of a dissertation written in Italian or a foreign language on a topic related to a course the student has passed an exam on.

Additional language skills (4 credits)
Business English is a required course for 4 credits. Students take the course in the II semester of the I year. The course must be chosen in November 2016 according to the procedure that will be communicated. For more information, contact the University Language Center.

Internship or project work (8 credits)
An internship or project is required for 8 credits. The internship or project can be performed in both the I or II year of the program. For more information contact the Career Services Office.

Additional skills for the job market (4 credits)
An Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability workshop is required for 4 credits. More information will be provided during seminars, notices and email during the I semester of the I year. For more information contact ERS Lab.

Each profile required that one course be taken in English, as follows:

  • Amministrazione, finanza e controllo - Corporate and investment banking
  • Consulenza direzionale - Advanced organizational design
  • Digital management: transforming business and public administration - Organization theory and digital networks
  • Gestione d'impresa - Advanced organizational design

Majors will only be activated if the minimum number of required students is reached.

All credits obtained and registered within the winter exam session are taken into account when calculating an applicant’s score for the selection for international exchange programs, except for the credits obtained from other activities (altre attività), internships, soft skills, workshops and seminars. Only the credits obtained through curricular courses and language exams taken at LUISS will be considered. Extracurricular courses (corsi liberi) are never included in the credit count.