Business Management

LM-77 Scienze economico-aziendali

Graduates of the Business Management program are characterized by their advanced understanding of business operations and their ability to develop a systemic and strategic vision.

The program has four different areas of specialization: Imprenditorialità e family business (Entrepreneurship and Family Business), for students interested in launching new projects or running existing small to medium businesses; Organizzazione e gestione delle risorse umane (Organization and Human Resource Management), for those interested in the HR side of business; Strategic Management, for those interested in working in consulting or managing companies of various sizes; and an individual study plan, for those who are interested in a working as a junior manager or external consultant.

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Employment and professional opportunities for graduates

Thanks to the wide variety of functional knowledge and transversal skills offered by the program, graduates are ideal candidates for roles as junior managers in several sectors or as external consultants. Prime career paths are as follows:

  • junior manager of a large company
  • junior manager of a small or medium company
  • junior consultant to companies of various sizes
  • entrepreneur leading a startup
IMPRENDITORIALITA' E FAMILY BUSINESS

I - Academic year (2020-2021)

Code Course SSD Credits Channel A Channel B Channel C
SY3 BUSINESS STRATEGY SECS-P/08 8
SJL COMPANY LAW IUS/04 6
SE4 FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS (ADVANCED COURSE) SECS-S/06 8
M134 INDUSTRIAL DYNAMIC SECS-P/06 6
M268 ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN SECS-P/10 6
Code Course SSD Credits Channel A Channel B Channel C
SGP ADVANCED CORPORATE FINANCE SECS-P/09 6
M272 ECONOMICS FOR MANAGEMENT SECS-P/01 6
M269 FINANCIAL REPORTING SECS-P/07 8
M270 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SECS-P/08 8

Alla fine del primo anno di corso è necessario effettuare la scelta dell’Indirizzo tra quelli proposti e la scelta di due insegnamenti caratterizzanti afferenti all’indirizzo scelto (individuati dall’elenco dei corsi del II anno, I semestre).
Gli studenti che scelgono il Piano di studio individuale potranno individuare i due insegnamenti caratterizzanti dalla lista di tutti gli insegnamenti caratterizzanti offerti sugli altri indirizzi. 
Gli indirizzi saranno attivati in base al numero delle scelte degli studenti. 

II - Academic (2021-2022)

Code Course SSD Credits Professor
M221 BUSINESS MODELING AND PLANNING SECS-P/08 6
M280 DIGITAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL INNOVATION SECS-P/10 6
M017 DIGITAL MARKETING SECS-P/08 6
M186 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND VENTURE CAPITAL SECS-P/08 6
M316 PEOPLE MANAGEMENT AND REWARD SECS-P/10 6
M282 PROJECT MANAGEMENT SECS-P/10 6
Additional credits Credits
A scelta dello studente 12
Per la prova finale 18
Ulteriori conoscenze linguistiche 4
Tirocini formativi e di orientamento 8
Altre conoscenze utili per l'inserimento nel mondo del lavoro 4
Total number of credits 120

Additional Credits 

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

During the freshers Week students will take part to the Learning Innovation Activities. These activities are designed for the students to get to know Luiss. Students will meet important practitioners to reflect on 4 important themes: diversity, ethics, the importance of socio-emotional sensibility in interpersonal relations, the importance of personal purpose in the professional and individual life.

The idea behind the project is to connect personal and professional life and learn from experienced practitioners. Students will develop several skills such as: team-work, project management, communications and organizarional skills, and  digital skills.

For selection purposes (Exchange Programs, Double Degrees, Structured Partnerships) account will be taken of all credits earned and recorded by the end of the winter exam session (including credits earned from internships, languages, seminars, soft skills, summer schools, courses brought forward, etc.). Credits earned from additional courses (corsi liberi) will not count.

ORGANIZZAZIONE E GESTIONE DELLE RISORSE UMANE

I - Academic year (2020-2021)

Code Course SSD Credits Channel A Channel B Channel C
SY3 BUSINESS STRATEGY SECS-P/08 8
SJL COMPANY LAW IUS/04 6
SE4 FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS (ADVANCED COURSE) SECS-S/06 8
M134 INDUSTRIAL DYNAMIC SECS-P/06 6
M268 ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN SECS-P/10 6
Code Course SSD Credits Channel A Channel B Channel C
SGP ADVANCED CORPORATE FINANCE SECS-P/09 6
M272 ECONOMICS FOR MANAGEMENT SECS-P/01 6
M269 FINANCIAL REPORTING SECS-P/07 8
M270 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SECS-P/08 8

At the end of the I year of the course, students must choose their majors and two courses from their selected major for the I semester of the II year.
Students who select an individual study plan must choose two courses from the courses listed for all other majors. Majors will be activated according to the number of students registered.

II - Academic (2021-2022)

Code Course SSD Credits Professor
M276 COMPARATIVE CORPORATE GOVERNANCE SECS-P/08 6
M280 DIGITAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL INNOVATION SECS-P/10 6
M060 LABOUR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS LAW IUS/07 6
M273 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR SECS-P/10 6
M083 ORGANIZING INNOVATION SECS-P/10 6
M316 PEOPLE MANAGEMENT AND REWARD SECS-P/10 6
Additional credits Credits
A scelta dello studente 12
Per la prova finale 18
Ulteriori conoscenze linguistiche 4
Tirocini formativi e di orientamento 8
Altre conoscenze utili per l'inserimento nel mondo del lavoro 4
Total number of credits 120

Additional Credits 

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

During the freshers Week students will take part to the Learning Innovation Activities. These activities are designed for the students to get to know Luiss. Students will meet important practitioners to reflect on 4 important themes: diversity, ethics, the importance of socio-emotional sensibility in interpersonal relations, the importance of personal purpose in the professional and individual life.

The idea behind the project is to connect personal and professional life and learn from experienced practitioners. Students will develop several skills such as: team-work, project management, communications and organizarional skills, and  digital skills.

For selection purposes (Exchange Programs, Double Degrees, Structured Partnerships) account will be taken of all credits earned and recorded by the end of the winter exam session (including credits earned from internships, languages, seminars, soft skills, summer schools, courses brought forward, etc.). Credits earned from additional courses (corsi liberi) will not count.

PIANO DI STUDIO INDIVIDUALE

I - Academic year (2020-2021)

Code Course SSD Credits Channel A Channel B Channel C
SY3 BUSINESS STRATEGY SECS-P/08 8
SJL COMPANY LAW IUS/04 6
SE4 FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS (ADVANCED COURSE) SECS-S/06 8
M134 INDUSTRIAL DYNAMIC SECS-P/06 6
M268 ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN SECS-P/10 6
Code Course SSD Credits Channel A Channel B Channel C
SGP ADVANCED CORPORATE FINANCE SECS-P/09 6
M272 ECONOMICS FOR MANAGEMENT SECS-P/01 6
M269 FINANCIAL REPORTING SECS-P/07 8
M270 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SECS-P/08 8

At the end of the I year of the course, students must choose their majors and two courses from their selected major for the I semester of the II year.
Students who select an individual study plan must choose two courses from the courses listed for all other majors. Majors will be activated according to the number of students registered.

II - Academic (2021-2022)

Code Course SSD Credits Professor
M221 BUSINESS MODELING AND PLANNING SECS-P/08 6
M276 COMPARATIVE CORPORATE GOVERNANCE SECS-P/08 6
M280 DIGITAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL INNOVATION SECS-P/10 6
M281 DIGITAL BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION SECS-P/08 6
M017 DIGITAL MARKETING SECS-P/08 6
M186 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND VENTURE CAPITAL SECS-P/08 6
SDS FASHION MANAGEMENT SECS-P/08 6
M060 LABOUR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS LAW IUS/07 6
SQ0 MANAGEMENT OF INNOVATION SECS-P/08 6
M273 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR SECS-P/10 6
M083 ORGANIZING INNOVATION SECS-P/10 6
M316 PEOPLE MANAGEMENT AND REWARD SECS-P/10 6
SGE PLANNING AND CONTROL SECS-P/07 6
M282 PROJECT MANAGEMENT SECS-P/10 6
SAD TOURISM MANAGEMENT SECS-P/08 6
Additional credits Credits
A scelta dello studente 12
Per la prova finale 18
Ulteriori conoscenze linguistiche 4
Tirocini formativi e di orientamento 8
Altre conoscenze utili per l'inserimento nel mondo del lavoro 4
Total number of credits 120

Additional Credits 

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

During the freshers Week students will take part to the Learning Innovation Activities. These activities are designed for the students to get to know Luiss. Students will meet important practitioners to reflect on 4 important themes: diversity, ethics, the importance of socio-emotional sensibility in interpersonal relations, the importance of personal purpose in the professional and individual life.

The idea behind the project is to connect personal and professional life and learn from experienced practitioners. Students will develop several skills such as: team-work, project management, communications and organizarional skills, and  digital skills.

For selection purposes (Exchange Programs, Double Degrees, Structured Partnerships) account will be taken of all credits earned and recorded by the end of the winter exam session (including credits earned from internships, languages, seminars, soft skills, summer schools, courses brought forward, etc.). Credits earned from additional courses (corsi liberi) will not count.

STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

I - Academic year (2020-2021)

Code Course SSD Credits Channel A Channel B Channel C
SY3 BUSINESS STRATEGY SECS-P/08 8
SJL COMPANY LAW IUS/04 6
SE4 FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS (ADVANCED COURSE) SECS-S/06 8
M134 INDUSTRIAL DYNAMIC SECS-P/06 6
M268 ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN SECS-P/10 6
Code Course SSD Credits Channel A Channel B Channel C
SGP ADVANCED CORPORATE FINANCE SECS-P/09 6
M272 ECONOMICS FOR MANAGEMENT SECS-P/01 6
M269 FINANCIAL REPORTING SECS-P/07 8
M270 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SECS-P/08 8

At the end of the I year of the course, students must choose their majors and two courses from their selected major for the I semester of the II year.
Students who select an individual study plan must choose two courses from the courses listed for all other majors. Majors will be activated according to the number of students registered.

II - Academic (2021-2022)

Code Course SSD Credits Professor
M221 BUSINESS MODELING AND PLANNING SECS-P/08 6
M280 DIGITAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL INNOVATION SECS-P/10 6
M281 DIGITAL BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION SECS-P/08 6
SDS FASHION MANAGEMENT SECS-P/08 6
SQ0 MANAGEMENT OF INNOVATION SECS-P/08 6
SGE PLANNING AND CONTROL SECS-P/07 6
M282 PROJECT MANAGEMENT SECS-P/10 6
SAD TOURISM MANAGEMENT SECS-P/08 6
Additional credits Credits
A scelta dello studente 12
Per la prova finale 18
Ulteriori conoscenze linguistiche 4
Tirocini formativi e di orientamento 8
Altre conoscenze utili per l'inserimento nel mondo del lavoro 4
Total number of credits 120

Additional Credits 

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

During the freshers Week students will take part to the Learning Innovation Activities. These activities are designed for the students to get to know Luiss. Students will meet important practitioners to reflect on 4 important themes: diversity, ethics, the importance of socio-emotional sensibility in interpersonal relations, the importance of personal purpose in the professional and individual life.

The idea behind the project is to connect personal and professional life and learn from experienced practitioners. Students will develop several skills such as: team-work, project management, communications and organizarional skills, and  digital skills.

For selection purposes (Exchange Programs, Double Degrees, Structured Partnerships) account will be taken of all credits earned and recorded by the end of the winter exam session (including credits earned from internships, languages, seminars, soft skills, summer schools, courses brought forward, etc.). Credits earned from additional courses (corsi liberi) will not count.