Graduate Degrees


- Graduate studies in English:


Economics (classe LM-56)

(Laurea Magistrale, 2 years) - This degree program provides student with the necessary instruments to work as research economists in and outside the academic world and as executives in both the private and public sectors, also at international level. Students  learn how to interpret and forecast macroeconomic and financial trends, to understand the impact of economic policy measures and analyze market structures.

Core Courses: Quantitative Methods for Economics, Advanced Econometrics, Information for Simulation in Economics, Advanced Microeconomics, Advanced Macroeconomics, Capital Markets and Corporate Finance, Foundation of Economic Policy, Public Law for Economics, Advanced Economics or Advanced Labor Economics, Growth and Development or Advanced Industrial Economics, Advanced International Economics or Advanced Public Economics.



International accounting (Curriculum della laurea magistrale in Professioni contabili - classe LM-77)

(Laurea Magistrale, 2 years) - This degree program provides student with an excellent education in accounting, enabling immediate, practical application in the European and global business environment. Graduates will also acquire knowledge in the areas of business and finance. The aim of the program is to endow students with an effective critical mindset, with communication and problem-solving skills, using accounting and financial expertise as a tool, while leading to professional certification, the keystone of success in the financial world.

Core Courses: Financial Accounting IAS/IFRS, Consolidated Financial Statements, Advanced Auditing, International GAAP, Advanced Financial Accounting or IPSAS, Public Economics, Quantitative Methods for Management, Company Law and International Taxation, Business Combination and Mergers and Acquisitions, Advanced Managerial Accounting, Corporate Management.



Quantitative Finance and Insurance (LM-83)

(Laurea Magistrale, 2 years) - This degree program focuses on the varied, changeable institutional characteristics of markets and intermediaries and the methods used in the world of international finance. Students learn how to measure the risk of a position, to price securities, how to evaluate a company and analyze a trading strategy on the basis of the most advanced models of international practice.

Core Courses: Mathematics for Finance, Numerical and Statistical Methods for Finance, Company Law, Advanced Financial Accounting and Corporate Finance, Fixed Income, Econometric Methods, Derivatives, Asset Pricing and Portfolio Choice, Advanced Monetary Economics, Games and Decisions, Economics of Savings and Pensions, Advanced Microeconomics.



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