The programme in a nutshell
Clear ideas on corporate governance
This programme covers four main areas: business economics, mathematics and statistics, economics and law. The aim is to provide in-depth knowledge in the field of taxation and labour law. The study of two foreign languages prepares students to manage relations with international operators.
The basic knowledge acquired through lectures is covered in seminars and meetings organised by the Faculty, and then put into practice in the third-year internship.
What next? An expert in labour law
An undergraduate degree gives access, after a period of apprenticeship, to the State Examination for the professions of Expert Accountant (freelance professional registered in section B of the Register of Chartered Accountants), Auditor and Labour Consultant. Graduates will also be able to work in administration or HR management in companies and organisations.
The specificity of the programme, taught at the Milan headquarters, is the integration of economic-business training and legal knowledge, which allows students to acquire high skills in the areas of business administration and management responsibility, based also on the study of private, public, commercial and tax law. The course is structured to explore issues related to corporate governance, financing, legal management control and business contracts. The aim of the undergraduate programme in Economics and Law is to train a professional figure capable of carrying out business consulting activities for companies in the fields of business, tax and labour; holding positions of responsibility in the administrative and personnel management function in companies of different sizes, through the acquisition of skills in the fields of accounting and budgeting, account control and administration, analysis of internal control systems; applying national accounting and auditing principles also in offices and professional firms; knowing the applied functioning of information systems for bookkeeping and budgeting in companies of different sectors and sizes;effectively using two foreign languages, among which English (compulsory) and one to be chosen among French, German and Spanish; facing and solving information management problems through the use of IT and telematic tools.