Entrepreneurship and innovation
Second cycle degree - a. y. 2017/18
to be approved by the Ministry of Education, University and Research
Class: LM-77 - Management
Duration: 2 years
Characteristics and objectives
The Degree Course Entrepreneurship and Innovation, entirely held in English, aims at offering knowledge and tools to understand the trends related to the global economy, with special attention to innovation dynamics and the growth of new and established firms. The Course allows developing knowledge for the organization of resources and relationships both within the firm and global supply chains, by applying quantitative and qualitative tools to general business decisions (strategy) and functional ones (marketing, innovation, human resource).
The Course is spread out over four semesters. In the first two semesters there are courses aiming at completing students' knowledge on the four languages characterizing business management economics, management, legal and quantitative business management also in an integrated and interdisciplinary (economics and management) manner. In the first semester of the second year course units develop additional specialized expertise on entrepreneurship, economics and human resource management, as well as service companies. In the second semester of the second year course units are oriented to enhance matching between theoretical and working knowledge through interactive laboratories.
The Course aims at transferring knowledge and develops skills to access to managerial and entrepreneurial careers:
- a) In small and medium-sized firms that have started strategic paths of growth, internationalization, or innovation requiring professionals able to understand macro-economic and sectoral trends as well as to support the implementation of new business strategies; b) in large firms that, through spin-offs or dedicated business units, are carrying out business innovation processes or new strategic paths requiring specialized professionals able to manage those new activities and exploit innovation results through 26/10/2016 ad hoc strategies;
- In KIBS (Knowledge Intensive Business Services) that are implementing paths of strategic growth or managerial innovation hence requiring professionals able to understand market relations and organizational implication of such approaches and support them;
- In innovative sectors of manufacturing, services, and culture.
Number of non-EU students resident abroad: 30
of which Chinese ("Marco Polo" Programme): 5
Access to this Second Cycle Degree Course is open to all graduates possessing the following characteristics:
- applicants should hold a legally assessed first level degree;
- applicants should have an educational background suited to effectively attend the programme in Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
Applicants are required to do an admission test.