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Management

The MiM is a two-year, full-time program that weaves academic excellence, pivotal location, and superb networking prospects, to help graduates kick-start their international careers as responsible managers, finance executives, entrepreneurs, or business consultants.

Using an innovative learning approach that balances academic rigour with managerial relevance, the MiM curriculum consists of core courses that advance students' knowledge in the functional areas of management and elective courses that offer specialized knowledge and real-life examples in the areas of Entrepreneurship and InnovationInternational Management, and Luxury, Fashion and Made in Italy.

Employment and professional opportunities for graduates

The program is held entirely in English

Employment and professional opportunities for graduates

The MiM's teaching approach is truly innovative. Drawing on unrivaled corporate connections via Confindustria - the largest Italian confederation of industry the MiM program combines academic and practice-oriented lectures, with workshops and live case studies.

The master's program in Management provides a unique opportunity for students who want to pursue careers in the areas of administration, strategy, organization, human resource management, and finance. Each track enables candidates to acquire skills, knowledge, and methods in specific subject areas to cover roles for various employers including large corporations, multinational enterprises, government agencies, and medium-sized enterprises.

The MiM program encourages students to experience another culture through Double Degree programs in collaboration with LUISS partner institutions:

For more information contact the International Development Office

Study plan

Entrepreneurship and innovation

First year (2017-2018)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup B
M292Advanced marketing managementSECS-P/088
M291Financial reporting and performance measurementSECS-P/078
M290International economicsSECS-P/016
M009Markets, regulations and lawIUS/056
M277Quantitative methods for managementSECS-S/038

Second semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup B
M222Advanced corporate financeSECS-P/096
M295Corporate strategySECS-P/088
M294Managerial decision makingSECS-P/016
M293Organizational designSECS-P/106

Second year (2018-2019)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsProfessor
M221Business modeling and planningSECS-P/086
  • TBA
M186Entrepreneurship and venture capitalSECS-P/086
  • TBA
M012Intellectual property rightsIUS/046
  • TBA
M279Management and governance of family firmsSECS-P/086
  • TBA
SQ0Management of innovationSECS-P/086
  • TBA
M083Organizing innovationSECS-P/106
  • TBA
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

At the end of the I year, students are required to choose the Major and 2 elective courses from among the courses on the list of the core program chosen (through Web Self Service for a total of 12 credits).

The students who chose the Individual Study Plan can choose the Elective courses from all majors' core programs.

Additional credits

A scelta dello studente - Elective courses (12 credits)

At the end of the I year, students are required to choose other 2 elective courses from all majors' core programs and electives.

After the choice,the individual study plan must be approved by the Dean of the Department or his delegate.

Prova Finale - Master Degree's Thesis  (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.

Ulteriori conoscenze linguistiche - Additional language skills (4 credits)

Students are required to study a foreign language, choosing from Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish, during the II semester of the I year. The course must be chosen in November 2017 according to the procedure that will be communicated. For more information contact the University Language Center.

Tirocini formativi e di orientamento - 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 or Program Project work .

Altre conoscenze utili per l’inserimento nel mondo del lavoro - 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.

The Laboratory is held in the II semester of the I year.

Please note that starting with applications for international exchange programs for the 2018-2019 academic year, evaluations will take into consideration all credits earned by the winter exam session, no exceptions. Courses listed as “additional courses” or “corsi liberi” will not be considered during the evaluation.

Individual study plan

First year (2017-2018)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup B
M292Advanced marketing managementSECS-P/088
M291Financial reporting and performance measurementSECS-P/078
M290International economicsSECS-P/016
M009Markets, regulations and lawIUS/056
M277Quantitative methods for managementSECS-S/038

Second semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup B
M222Advanced corporate financeSECS-P/096
M295Corporate strategySECS-P/088
M294Managerial decision makingSECS-P/016
M293Organizational designSECS-P/106

Second year (2018-2019)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsProfessor
M221Business modeling and planningSECS-P/086
  • TBA
M276Comparative corporate governanceSECS-P/086
  • TBA
M014Creative industries and business model innovationSECS-P/086
  • TBA
M186Entrepreneurship and venture capitalSECS-P/086
  • TBA
SDSFashion managementSECS-P/086
  • TBA
M012Intellectual property rightsIUS/046
  • TBA
M283International and global marketingSECS-P/086
  • TBA
SS1International businessSECS-P/086
  • TBA
M141International financeSECS-P/096
  • TBA
M132International human resource managementSECS-P/106
  • TBA
M284International operations and supply chainSECS-P/086
  • TBA
SACLuxury managementSECS-P/086
  • TBA
M279Management and governance of family firmsSECS-P/086
  • TBA
SQ0Management of innovationSECS-P/086
  • TBA
M083Organizing innovationSECS-P/106
  • TBA
M258Retail and service experience marketingSECS-P/086
  • TBA
SADTourism managementSECS-P/086
  • TBA
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

At the end of the I year, students are required to choose the Major and 2 elective courses from among the courses on the list of the core program chosen (through Web Self Service for a total of 12 credits).

The students who chose the Individual Study Plan can choose the Elective courses from all majors' core programs.

Additional credits

A scelta dello studente - Elective courses (12 credits)

At the end of the I year, students are required to choose other 2 elective courses from all majors' core programs and electives.

After the choice,the individual study plan must be approved by the Dean of the Department or his delegate.

Prova Finale - Master Degree's Thesis  (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.

Ulteriori conoscenze linguistiche - Additional language skills (4 credits)

Students are required to study a foreign language, choosing from Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish, during the II semester of the I year. The course must be chosen in November 2017 according to the procedure that will be communicated. For more information contact the University Language Center.

Tirocini formativi e di orientamento - 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 or Program Project work .

Altre conoscenze utili per l’inserimento nel mondo del lavoro - 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.

The Laboratory is held in the II semester of the I year.

Please note that starting with applications for international exchange programs for the 2018-2019 academic year, evaluations will take into consideration all credits earned by the winter exam session, no exceptions. Courses listed as “additional courses” or “corsi liberi” will not be considered during the evaluation.

International management

First year (2017-2018)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup B
M292Advanced marketing managementSECS-P/088
M291Financial reporting and performance measurementSECS-P/078
M290International economicsSECS-P/016
M009Markets, regulations and lawIUS/056
M277Quantitative methods for managementSECS-S/038

Second semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup B
M222Advanced corporate financeSECS-P/096
M295Corporate strategySECS-P/088
M294Managerial decision makingSECS-P/016
M293Organizational designSECS-P/106

Second year (2018-2019)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsProfessor
M276Comparative corporate governanceSECS-P/086
  • TBA
M283International and global marketingSECS-P/086
  • TBA
SS1International businessSECS-P/086
  • TBA
M141International financeSECS-P/096
  • TBA
M132International human resource managementSECS-P/106
  • TBA
M284International operations and supply chainSECS-P/086
  • TBA
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

At the end of the I year, students are required to choose the Major and 2 elective courses from among the courses on the list of the core program chosen (through Web Self Service for a total of 12 credits).

The students who chose the Individual Study Plan can choose the Elective courses from all majors' core programs.

Additional credits

A scelta dello studente - Elective courses (12 credits)

At the end of the I year, students are required to choose other 2 elective courses from all majors' core programs and electives.

After the choice,the individual study plan must be approved by the Dean of the Department or his delegate.

Prova Finale - Master Degree's Thesis  (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.

Ulteriori conoscenze linguistiche - Additional language skills (4 credits)

Students are required to study a foreign language, choosing from Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish, during the II semester of the I year. The course must be chosen in November 2017 according to the procedure that will be communicated. For more information contact the University Language Center.

Tirocini formativi e di orientamento - 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 or Program Project work .

Altre conoscenze utili per l’inserimento nel mondo del lavoro - 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.

The Laboratory is held in the II semester of the I year.

Please note that starting with applications for international exchange programs for the 2018-2019 academic year, evaluations will take into consideration all credits earned by the winter exam session, no exceptions. Courses listed as “additional courses” or “corsi liberi” will not be considered during the evaluation.

Luxury, fashion and made in italy

First year (2017-2018)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup B
M292Advanced marketing managementSECS-P/088
M291Financial reporting and performance measurementSECS-P/078
M290International economicsSECS-P/016
M009Markets, regulations and lawIUS/056
M277Quantitative methods for managementSECS-S/038

Second semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup B
M222Advanced corporate financeSECS-P/096
M295Corporate strategySECS-P/088
M294Managerial decision makingSECS-P/016
M293Organizational designSECS-P/106

Second year (2018-2019)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsProfessor
M014Creative industries and business model innovationSECS-P/086
  • TBA
SDSFashion managementSECS-P/086
  • TBA
SACLuxury managementSECS-P/086
  • TBA
M279Management and governance of family firmsSECS-P/086
  • TBA
M258Retail and service experience marketingSECS-P/086
  • TBA
SADTourism managementSECS-P/086
  • TBA
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

At the end of the I year, students are required to choose the Major and 2 elective courses from among the courses on the list of the core program chosen (through Web Self Service for a total of 12 credits).

The students who chose the Individual Study Plan can choose the Elective courses from all majors' core programs.

Additional credits

A scelta dello studente - Elective courses (12 credits)

At the end of the I year, students are required to choose other 2 elective courses from all majors' core programs and electives.

After the choice,the individual study plan must be approved by the Dean of the Department or his delegate.

Prova Finale - Master Degree's Thesis  (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.

Ulteriori conoscenze linguistiche - Additional language skills (4 credits)

Students are required to study a foreign language, choosing from Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish, during the II semester of the I year. The course must be chosen in November 2017 according to the procedure that will be communicated. For more information contact the University Language Center.

Tirocini formativi e di orientamento - 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 or Program Project work .

Altre conoscenze utili per l’inserimento nel mondo del lavoro - 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.

The Laboratory is held in the II semester of the I year.

Please note that starting with applications for international exchange programs for the 2018-2019 academic year, evaluations will take into consideration all credits earned by the winter exam session, no exceptions. Courses listed as “additional courses” or “corsi liberi” will not be considered during the evaluation.