The undergraduate programme in Economics and Management of Services offers a solid and valuable economic-business background, which is essential to train people who are able to interpret economic dynamics and make responsible managerial choices in complex and constantly changing national and international contexts.
The course aims to train people who, through curricular profiles in line with the current and future needs of the labour market, increasingly focused on the demand for skills related to the provision of services, are able to operate at different levels within companies, consulting firms, professional firms, institutions of public administration, companies operating in the field of health and health care.
The training course, inspired by the centrality of the student, is based on a multidisciplinary and integrated approach between the different areas of knowledge that converge in Economics and management (economic, business, legal, mathematical statistical, linguistic and information technology). The interactive teaching methodology is based on lectures, group work, company cases and experiences from managers and experts. It provides the tools, methods of analysis and skills necessary to understand, analyse and evaluate the economic context and company operations.