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Gestione d'Impresa

I laureati in Gestione d’impresa si distinguono per padroneggiare sia le competenze che caratterizzano le principali funzioni aziendali, sia l’abilità di sviluppare una visione sistemica e strategica dell’impresa. I vari indirizzi di specializzazione consentono allo studente di acquisire conoscenze specifiche e, attraverso esse, di indirizzare il proprio profilo professionale e, conseguentemente, il futuro impiego. In particolare:

  • i laureati in Gestione d’impresa con indirizzo in Imprenditorialità e family business desiderano acquisire le competenze per creare e gestire nuove imprese/progetti imprenditoriali o per gestire piccole e medie imprese esistenti,
  • i laureati in Gestione d’impresa con indirizzo in Organizzazione e gestione delle risorse umane intendono orientare il loro curriculum verso l’inserimento all’interno della funzione gestione delle risorse umane in una media o grande impresa, italiana o straniera,
  • i laureati in Gestione d’impresa con indirizzo in Strategic management intendono orientare il loro curriculum verso la consulenza strategica o la gestione aziendale di aziende di varie dimensioni,
  • i laureati in Gestione d’impresa che sceglieranno il Piano di studio individuale desiderano orientare il loro curriculum verso una determinata funzione aziendale al fine di maturare le competenze necessarie per operare con successo al suo interno come junior manager o per supportarne l’attività dall’esterno come consulente.

Employment and professional opportunities for graduates

Grazie all’ampiezza delle competenze funzionali e delle abilità trasversali acquisite durante il percorso di studio, il laureato in Gestione d’impresa può svolgere il ruolo di junior manager, all’interno di funzioni aziendali di imprese di diverse dimensioni o settori, oppure quello di consulente a supporto delle attività sviluppate da tali imprese. I principali sbocchi professionali comprendono ad esempio:

  • junior manager di aziende di grandi dimensioni,
  • junior manager di aziende di piccole o medie dimensioni,
  • consulente junior di aziende di varie dimensioni,
  • imprenditore a capo di una start up.

Study plan

Imprenditorialita' e family business

First year (2017-2018)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup B
M134Industrial dynamicSECS-P/066
SJLCompany lawIUS/046
SE4Financial mathematics (advanced course)SECS-S/068
M268Organizational designSECS-P/106
SY3Business strategySECS-P/088

Second semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup B
M269Financial reportingSECS-P/078
M272Economics for managementSECS-P/016
SGPAdvanced corporate financeSECS-P/096
M270International business managementSECS-P/088

Second year (2018-2019)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsProfessor
M221Business modeling and planningSECS-P/086
M186Entrepreneurship and venture capitalSECS-P/086
SACLuxury managementSECS-P/086
M279Management and governance of family firmsSECS-P/086
M316People management and rewardSECS-P/106
SADTourism managementSECS-P/086
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

Students must choose their majors in November of their I year of studies.

In June of their first year of studies, students must also choose two elective courses from those listed for their major.

Students who choose the individual study plan may choose two elective courses from all the majors.

The following courses are held in Italian:

  • People and performance management
  • Reward management and human resources development
  • Digital business transformation
  • Project management
Majors are only activated if the required minimum of students is reached.

Elective courses (12 credits)
At the end of the I year, students must choose two courses through Web Self Service to obtain 12 elective credits. These courses may be chosen from courses in their major, other majors and electives. One elective must be taken in English.

Students who choose the individual study plan must choose their electives through Web Self Services and submit their study plan to the director of the Department for approval.

Final exam 

The final exam (18 credits) for master’s degree students includes preparing and defending a thesis written in Italian or another language on a topic related to a course taken during the student’s years of study.

Foreign language skills 

Students must register for the four-credit Business English course, to be taken during the II semester of the I year. For more information, contact the University Language Center.

Internship or Project Work 

Students must also register for an internship or project work worth 8 credits. Students may also perform the internship or project during the first year of studies. For more information, contact the Career Services Office or read more about the Project Work network.
Additional skills for the workplace

Students must register for a four-credit Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability workshop. Students will receive more information during meetings, notices and emails during their first year of studies.
For more information, visit the ERS Lab.

Starting with the call for applications to participate in international exchanges in 2018-2019, students will be evaluated based on all credits obtained and registered throughout their academic careers until the winter exam session, no exceptions.

Organizzazione e gestione delle risorse umane

First year (2017-2018)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup B
M134Industrial dynamicSECS-P/066
SJLCompany lawIUS/046
SE4Financial mathematics (advanced course)SECS-S/068
M268Organizational designSECS-P/106
SY3Business strategySECS-P/088

Second semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup B
M269Financial reportingSECS-P/078
M271Labour economicsSECS-P/016
SGPAdvanced corporate financeSECS-P/096
M270International business managementSECS-P/088

Second year (2018-2019)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsProfessor
M276Comparative corporate governanceSECS-P/086
M273Organizational behaviourSECS-P/106
M316People management and rewardSECS-P/106
M275Labour policiesSPS/046
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

Students must choose their majors in November of their I year of studies.

In June of their first year of studies, students must also choose two elective courses from those listed for their major.

Students who choose the individual study plan may choose two elective courses from all the majors.

The following courses are held in Italian:

  • People and performance management
  • Reward management and human resources development
  • Digital business transformation
  • Project management
Majors are only activated if the required minimum of students is reached.

Elective courses (12 credits)
At the end of the I year, students must choose two courses through Web Self Service to obtain 12 elective credits. These courses may be chosen from courses in their major, other majors and electives. One elective must be taken in English.

Students who choose the individual study plan must choose their electives through Web Self Services and submit their study plan to the director of the Department for approval.

Final exam 

The final exam (18 credits) for master’s degree students includes preparing and defending a thesis written in Italian or another language on a topic related to a course taken during the student’s years of study.

Foreign language skills 

Students must register for the four-credit Business English course, to be taken during the II semester of the I year. For more information, contact the University Language Center.

Internship or Project Work 

Students must also register for an internship or project work worth 8 credits. Students may also perform the internship or project during the first year of studies. For more information, contact the Career Services Office or read more about the Project Work network.
Additional skills for the workplace

Students must register for a four-credit Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability workshop. Students will receive more information during meetings, notices and emails during their first year of studies.
For more information, visit the ERS Lab.

Starting with the call for applications to participate in international exchanges in 2018-2019, students will be evaluated based on all credits obtained and registered throughout their academic careers until the winter exam session, no exceptions.

Piano di studio individuale

First year (2017-2018)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup B
M134Industrial dynamicSECS-P/066
SJLCompany lawIUS/046
SE4Financial mathematics (advanced course)SECS-S/068
M268Organizational designSECS-P/106
SY3Business strategySECS-P/088

Second semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup B
M269Financial reportingSECS-P/078
M272Economics for managementSECS-P/016
SGPAdvanced corporate financeSECS-P/096
M270International business managementSECS-P/088

Second year (2018-2019)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsProfessor
M221Business modeling and planningSECS-P/086
M276Comparative corporate governanceSECS-P/086
M273Organizational behaviourSECS-P/106
M280Digital and organizational innovationSECS-P/106
M281Digital business transformationSECS-P/086
M186Entrepreneurship and venture capitalSECS-P/086
SACLuxury managementSECS-P/086
M279Management and governance of family firmsSECS-P/086
SQ0Management of innovationSECS-P/086
M316People management and rewardSECS-P/106
SGEPlanning and controlSECS-P/076
M275Labour policiesSPS/046
M282Project managementSECS-P/106
SADTourism managementSECS-P/086
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

Students must choose their majors in November of their I year of studies.

In June of their first year of studies, students must also choose two elective courses from those listed for their major.

Students who choose the individual study plan may choose two elective courses from all the majors.

The following courses are held in Italian:

  • People and performance management
  • Reward management and human resources development
  • Digital business transformation
  • Project management
Majors are only activated if the required minimum of students is reached.

Elective courses (12 credits)
At the end of the I year, students must choose two courses through Web Self Service to obtain 12 elective credits. These courses may be chosen from courses in their major, other majors and electives. One elective must be taken in English.

Students who choose the individual study plan must choose their electives through Web Self Services and submit their study plan to the director of the Department for approval.

Final exam 

The final exam (18 credits) for master’s degree students includes preparing and defending a thesis written in Italian or another language on a topic related to a course taken during the student’s years of study.

Foreign language skills 

Students must register for the four-credit Business English course, to be taken during the II semester of the I year. For more information, contact the University Language Center.

Internship or Project Work 

Students must also register for an internship or project work worth 8 credits. Students may also perform the internship or project during the first year of studies. For more information, contact the Career Services Office or read more about the Project Work network.
Additional skills for the workplace

Students must register for a four-credit Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability workshop. Students will receive more information during meetings, notices and emails during their first year of studies.
For more information, visit the ERS Lab.

Starting with the call for applications to participate in international exchanges in 2018-2019, students will be evaluated based on all credits obtained and registered throughout their academic careers until the winter exam session, no exceptions.

Strategic management

First year (2017-2018)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup B
M134Industrial dynamicSECS-P/066
SJLCompany lawIUS/046
SE4Financial mathematics (advanced course)SECS-S/068
M268Organizational designSECS-P/106
SY3Business strategySECS-P/088

Second semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup B
M269Financial reportingSECS-P/078
M272Economics for managementSECS-P/016
SGPAdvanced corporate financeSECS-P/096
M270International business managementSECS-P/088

Second year (2018-2019)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsProfessor
M221Business modeling and planningSECS-P/086
M280Digital and organizational innovationSECS-P/106
M281Digital business transformationSECS-P/086
SQ0Management of innovationSECS-P/086
SGEPlanning and controlSECS-P/076
M282Project managementSECS-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

Students must choose their majors in November of their I year of studies.

In June of their first year of studies, students must also choose two elective courses from those listed for their major.

Students who choose the individual study plan may choose two elective courses from all the majors.

The following courses are held in Italian:

  • People and performance management
  • Reward management and human resources development
  • Digital business transformation
  • Project management
Majors are only activated if the required minimum of students is reached.

Elective courses (12 credits)
At the end of the I year, students must choose two courses through Web Self Service to obtain 12 elective credits. These courses may be chosen from courses in their major, other majors and electives. One elective must be taken in English.

Students who choose the individual study plan must choose their electives through Web Self Services and submit their study plan to the director of the Department for approval.

Final exam 

The final exam (18 credits) for master’s degree students includes preparing and defending a thesis written in Italian or another language on a topic related to a course taken during the student’s years of study.

Foreign language skills 

Students must register for the four-credit Business English course, to be taken during the II semester of the I year. For more information, contact the University Language Center.

Internship or Project Work 

Students must also register for an internship or project work worth 8 credits. Students may also perform the internship or project during the first year of studies. For more information, contact the Career Services Office or read more about the Project Work network.
Additional skills for the workplace

Students must register for a four-credit Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability workshop. Students will receive more information during meetings, notices and emails during their first year of studies.
For more information, visit the ERS Lab.

Starting with the call for applications to participate in international exchanges in 2018-2019, students will be evaluated based on all credits obtained and registered throughout their academic careers until the winter exam session, no exceptions.