Global Management and Politics

LM-77 Scienze economico-aziendali

The master’s program is offered by the Department of Business and Management in cooperation with the Department of Political Science. The Master's degree program in Global Management and Politics – held entirely in English – aims at balancing topics related to management with socio-political issues, on the ground that global managers must be aware of the intricacies of global politics. The initiative stems from the need to offer interdisciplinary and international training in order to allow graduates to easily master the skills required by companies and institutions operating on a global scale. Strategic analysis carried out by LUISS has demonstrated an increasingly need to respond to those economic and institutional changes by the adoption of inter- and trans-disciplinary educational approaches. The course of study, therefore, develops around an intersection of fields necessary to undertake specific career paths, to which programs in Economics, Management and Political Science currently provide only partial answers. This need is particularly felt in graduate programs, as natural and immediate channels towards the labor market.

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Immagine
I corsi di laurea e di laurea magistrale in Luiss.

I - Academic year (2021-2022)

Code Course SSD Credits Professor
GMP04 FINANCIAL REPORTING AND PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT SECS-P/07 6
GMP03 GLOBAL ORGANIZATION DESIGN AND HRM SECS-P/10 6
GMP02 MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS SECS-P/06 6
GMP01 POLITICAL ECONOMY OF GLOBALIZATION SECS-P/02 6
Code Course SSD Credits Professor
GMP05 CORPORATE STRATEGY SECS-P/08 6
GMP06 CROSS-CULTURAL MANAGEMENT SECS-P/10 6
GMP07 DATA ANALYSIS FOR SOCIAL SCIENCES SECS-S/01 6
GMP08 INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW IUS/05 6

II - Academic (2022-2023)

Code Course SSD Credits Professor
GMP14 BUSINESS ETHICS SPS/01 6
  • TBA
GMP11 GLOBAL HISTORY SPS/06 6
  • TBA
GMP09 GLOBAL POLITICS SPS/04 6
  • TBA
GMP10 INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE IUS/13 6
  • TBA
GMP13 LOBBYING IN A MULTILEVEL WORLD SPS/07 6
  • TBA
GMP12 POLITICAL RISK ANALYSIS SPS/04 6
  • TBA
Additional credits Credits
A scelta dello studente 18
Per la prova finale 14
Ulteriori conoscenze linguistiche 4
Tirocini formativi e di orientamento 8
Altre conoscenze utili per l'inserimento nel mondo del lavoro 10
Total number of credits 120

A scelta dello studente - Elective courses (18 credits) 
Students have to choose three courses of 6 credits that will be held in the I semester of the II year. The courses have to be chosen at the end of the I year.
Ulteriori conoscenze linguistiche – Intensive PDW (4 credits)
For 1st year students, the course will be held in the second semester
Further information regarding the class schedule can be found here

Tirocini formativi e di orientamento - Internships (or project works)
An internship or project work is required for 8 credits. The internship or project work can be performed in both the I and II year of the program. For more information contact the Career Services Office or Luiss Project Network.
Altre conoscenze utili per l’inserimento nel mondo del lavoro - Other activities (10 credits)
Students have to obtain 10 credits as follows:

  • 6 credits with the course Research Methods for Social Sciences (LABGMP02), held in the in the I semester of the I year.
  • 4 credits with the Learning Innovation Activities. These activities are designed for the students to get to know Luiss. Students will meet important practitioners to reflect on 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 organizational skills, and digital skills.

 
Prova Finale – Master’s Degree Thesis (14 credits)
The final evaluation for master's degree programs consists of the discussion and evaluation of a dissertation written in English on a topic related to a course the student has passed an exam on.