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Economics and Management

Graduates of the degree program in Economics and Management are provided with solid, basic, general preparation in the economic, corporate, legal and quantitative fields, as well as a solid methodological training in the analysis and critical interpretation of economic and corporate dynamics. They will understand operational and economic-financial profiles and will acquire useful tools for the formulation, implementation and monitoring of decisions.

The program is distinguished by its search for an effective balance between various essential methodological tools and the option, starting in the third year, of carving out an academic path that will allow them to acquire specialized professional skills.

The degree program is designed to ensure constant focus on the development of solid basic skills with regard to economic analysis, quantitative tools and legal skills. The understanding of economics, finance and business is contextualized both in terms of function (administration and supervision, marketing, business management, and organization), and in terms of sector (the industrial, service, commercial, and business sectors, as well as public administration). The study plan is in line with the need to facilitate entry into the labor market, providing professional courses, seminars, internships, and requiring an elective course in English. All of this is consistent with the proposed division of the scientific disciplines, whether in the field of economics or business economics. Another aim of the degree program is the continuation of studies, with master’s degree programs in the category of Economic and Business Sciences or in the category of Economics.

Employment and professional opportunities for graduates

Graduates of the degree program in Economics and Management are provided with solid, basic, general preparation in the economic, corporate, legal and quantitative fields, as well as a solid methodological training in the analysis and critical interpretation of economic and corporate dynamics. 

The degree program in Economics and Management gives graduates the basic preparation they need so that they can find professional jobs at businesses, banks, insurance companies and auditing firms, whether in public administration or in management consulting firms and professional consulting firms.

Study plan

First year (2017-2018)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup BGroup CGroup DGroup E
674Italian private lawIUS/018
507Business administrationSECS-P/078
AB3MathematicsSECS-S/068

Second semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsGroup AGroup BGroup CGroup DGroup E
A57Law and economicsIUS/058
254Computer scienceINF/016
T019MicroeconomicsSECS-P/018
AR4History of economic and businessSECS-P/128

Second year (2018-2019)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsProfessor
A61Bookkeeping and financial statementsSECS-P/078
  • TBA
044Financial mathematicsSECS-S/068
  • TBA
456StatisticsSECS-S/018
  • TBA

Second semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsProfessor
005Business law iIUS/048
  • TBA
509ManagementSECS-P/088
  • TBA
027Industrial economicsSECS-P/068
  • TBA
AK2Macroeconomics and economic policySECS-P/018
  • TBA

Third year (2019-2020)

First semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsProfessor
409Corporate financeSECS-P/098
  • TBA
439MarketingSECS-P/088
  • TBA
049Business organizationSECS-P/108
  • TBA
062Public financeSECS-P/038
  • TBA

Second semester

CodeCourseSSDCreditsProfessor
AK7Market economy and financial institutionsSECS-P/118
  • TBA
Additional creditsCredits
A scelta dello studente16
Per la prova finale4
Per la conoscenza di almeno una lingua straniera6
Per stages e tirocini presso imprese, enti pubblici o privati, ordini professionali4
Total number of credits180

Students must pay close attention to prerequisites when registering for courses.

Additional Credits
Electives (16 credits): students must select two 8-credit electives for their III year of study. One of the courses must be taught in English. Courses must be selected at the end of the II year of study.
Final exam: 4 credits
Study of at least one foreign language (mandatory English): 6 credits (beginning in the II semester of the I year)
Internships (4 credits) 
Students may earn these credits through:

  • the study of a second language (Arabic, Chinese, French, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, German), starting in the II year of studies
  • performing an internship or participating in Soft Skills courses, Model United Nations project, Summer Session at Stanford, a previously authorized Summer School or an additional activity offered or recognized by the Department

For more information regarding the university’s agreement (including internships) with the Ordine dei Dottori Commercialisti e degli Esperti Contabili di Roma may contact the Career Services Office.

Please note that second languages and other activities are chosen at the end of the I year of studies. For more information, students may contact the University Language Center.

Information Technology 
In order to register for the course, students must have previously passed the ECDL modules in Word Processing, Spreadsheets and Presentation.

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.