Degree course name in English: BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Degree course name in Italian: MANAGEMENT AZIENDALE
Level of qualification: Master’s Degree Programme
Department: SCIENZE DELL’ECONOMIA
N° Credits: 120
International program: No
Type of program:
Campus Ecotekne Via per Monteroni zip code 73100 Lecce (Le)
The course focuses on subjects related to administration and control of businesses and the public administration. During the first year, the core module offers subjects that enable the deepening of specialised notions, and the acquisition of skills related to the analysis of managerial and legal behaviour of organisations. From the second year on, the student can choose among three different areas of specialization: Management control, Public management and Digital management. The Management Control curriculum aims to foster the acquisition of skills and methodology essential to work as a freelancer in the business area as well as in leadership positions in administration, planning and control of business management. The curriculum in Public Management is aimed at providing the acquisition of competences for measurement and management of the performances of public entities. The Digital Management curriculum is aimed at educating professionals able to combine knowledge in administration and corporate governance with specific skills in the ICT field.
Access is not restricted. Quota reserved to non-EU students residing outside Italy: 20 seats The admission onto the Business Management Master’s degree programme is permitted after passing an individual interview to assess base knowledge in business administration and in economic and legal areas, as well as motivational aspects. Upon completion of the test, students who scored at least 18/30 will be able to enroll. Students who don’t meet the requirement of individual preparation can’t enroll.
All Bachelor’s Degree graduated students of Business study programmes can apply for the Master Degree in Business Management (LM-77). Students graduated in other Bachelor’s degree study programmes should possess 60 credits in all the required fields for the L-18 course, such as business administration, economics, mathematics, statistics and legal areas. Students must pass an interview in order to be admitted. Applicants should also prove they can speak another European Union language, besides Italian. The subjects concerned with the interview are: business administration, mathematics, political economics, law, statistics.
The course permits to train professionals and managers with high skills in the most strategic business areas. Students graduated in Business Management are able to pursue a career in a leadership position in businesses and public administrations, also at the international level, by deepening their knowledge in business administration, political economics, law, statistics, and English. Preparation in accountancy and law also permits to work as a freelancer. Employment opportunities: Inclusion in the business world and public administrations in all sections, nonprofit organisations with leadership positions. Professional activity as qualified accountant (upon completion of a state exam for professional licence).
The final exam is concerned with writing and presenting a thesis intended as: a) Production of a written thesis about: o analysis of relevant literature; o research on issues and practical cases; o analysis of a business case study; b) internship experience, the written thesis can concern: - internship experience and/or achieved outcomes; - investigation on issues related to the area where the student has completed the internship; - experience related to courses attended during mobility periods abroad. The student must show to have acquired knowledge, competence, and skills required by the learning objectives of the course. The final assessment will consider the student career during the whole training experience, as well as time and manner of acquirement of the ECTS credits, the marks of exams and any mobility period abroad and the oral expression capacity during the graduation session.
1st Year • ADVANCED BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SECS-P/07) 12 credits – Compulsory - Annual • STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT (SECS-P/08) 10 credits – Compulsory - Annual • FUNDING FOR BUSINESSES (SECS-P/11) 8 credits – Compulsory – 1st semester • TAX LAW (IUS/12) 8 credits – Not required – 2nd semester • BUSINESS AND INNOVATION LAW (IUS/05) 8 credits – Not required – 2nd semester • TECHNOLOGY & PROCESS MANAGEMENT (ING-INF/05) 6 credits – Not required – 1st semester • ENGLISH FOR ECONOMICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (L-LIN/12) 6 credits – Not required – 1st semester • FRENCH LANGUAGE (L-LIN/04) 6 credits – Not required – 1st semester • SPANISH LANGUAGE (L-LIN/07) 6 credits – Not required – 1st semester 2nd Year – curriculum MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING • MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING (SECS-P/07) 8 credits – Compulsory – 1st semester • PRODUCTION AND LOGISTICS (SECS-P/08) 8 credits – Compulsory – 1st semester • STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS (SECS-S/01) 6 credits – Compulsory – 1st semester • INFORMATION SYSTEMS (ING-INF/05) 8 credits – Compulsory – 2nd semester • POLITICAL ECONOMICS ( SECS-P/02) 12 credits – Compulsory – Annual 2nd Year – curriculum DIGITAL MANAGEMENT • BIG DATA & CRM SYSTEMS FOR BUSINESS DECISIONS (ING-INF/05) 8 credits – Compulsory – 1st semester • CORPORATE REPORTING & NON FINANCIAL INFORMATION (SECS-P/07) 6 credits – Not required – 1st semester • FINANCIAL TECHNOLOGY – FINTECH (SECS-P/11) 8 credits – Compulsory – 1st semester • DIGITAL ACCOUNTING (SECS-P/07) 6 credits – Not required – 2nd semester • DIGITAL MARKETING (SECS-P/08) 8 credits – Not required – 2nd semester • DIGITAL STRATEGY (SECS-P/08) 8 credits – Not required – 2nd semester • POLITICAL ECONOMICS ( SECS-P/02) 12 credits – Compulsory – Annual 2nd Year – curriculum PUBLIC MANAGEMENT • ECONOMICS FOR THE PUBLIC SECTOR (SECS-P/03) part I 6 credits – Compulsory – 1st semester • ECONOMICS FOR THE PUBLIC SECTOR (SECS-P/03) part II 6 credits – Compulsory – 2nd semester • INTERNATIONAL MARKETING (SECS-P/08) 8 credits – Compulsory – 1st semester • ECONOMY & MANAGEMENT OF THE ORGANIZATIONS AND OF PUBLIC SERVICES (SECS-P/07) 8 credits – Compulsory – 1st semester • ADMINISTRATIVE LAW (IUS/10) 8 credits – Compulsory – 2nd semester • PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT IN P.A. (SECS-P/07) 6 credits – Compulsory – 2nd semester
Academic coordinator: Prof.ssa Roberta Fasiello Staff coordinator: Dr. Anna Miglietta
Data ultimo aggiornamento: 27/11/2020