First cycle degree in

Economics

Class: L-18 - Business administration

Class L-18 - Business administration
Duration 3 years
Branch Padova
Language Italian
Tuition fees and scholarships
Programme coordinator CESARE DOSI
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This is a unique course in terms of its innovative learning environment and the international dimension of the educational experience (from the number of courses taught in English to access to projects abroad). Students will study the competitiveness of economic systems, the functional understanding of goods and services, the process of financial intermediation, and the legal aspects of economic management. After a two-year period, the third year is divided into six recommended courses: management, administration & control, economics & finance, international economics, economics & management of public administrations, economics & law. Students are given the tools needed to join the workforce of both private and public companies, professional firms, consultancy firms, banks, and insurance companies.

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Characteristics and objectives
The three-years undergraduate program in Economics is designed to offer our students the opportunity to grow their knowledge of economic phenomena and of the functioning of markets, companies and public institutions, providing a solid grounding in the broad scope of economics and management.
The program aims at providing theoretical and applied tools to study the competitiveness of economic systems, the working of markets, the financial intermediation processes, and the legal issues of the economic management.
Innovative teaching methods and several courses taught in English allow the students to experience a real innovative and international learning environment.

Occupational opportunities
The course opens career opportunities in a wide range of positions, starting from the junior ones, in several organizations (private firms, public institutions, banks and insurance companies, consulting firms, professional service firms, non-profit organizations) and functions (administration, finance, sales and marketing, organization and human resources).

From Bachelor's degree to Master's degree
The three-years undergraduate programme in Economics gives access to all the graduate programmes offered by the Department of Economics and Management: Business Administration, Economics and Finance, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 'Economia e Diritto'. Administrative procedures for enrolment are available in the 'Avviso di Ammissione'.
Moreover, the undergraduate degree in Economics allows graduates to enrol in other graduate programmes in Italy or abroad.

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Training

I Year INFORMATICS [CFU 3] BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND ACCOUNTING I (MOD. A) [CFU 7] BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND ACCOUNTING II (MOD. B) [CFU 9] MICROECONOMICS [CFU 10] PRIVATE LAW [CFU 8] BASIC MATHEMATICS FOR ECONOMISTS [CFU 10] STATISTICS FOR ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT [CFU 10] ENGLISH LANGUAGE [CFU 3] BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND ACCOUNTING (C.I.) [CFU 0] II Year ECONOMETRICS [CFU 6] STRATEGY AND BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT [CFU 12] PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE AND CORPORATE FINANCE [CFU 6] ORGANIZATION THEORY AND DESIGN [CFU 6] INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS [CFU 6] MACROECONOMICS [CFU 10] PUBLIC ECONOMICS [CFU 6] FOUNDATIONS OF COMMERCIAL LAW AND TAX LAW [CFU 12] III Year STAGE [CFU 10] LABOUR LAW [CFU 6] PUBLIC LAW [CFU 6] INTERNATIONAL TAXATION LAW [CFU 6] INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT LAW [CFU 6] EUROPEAN PRIVATE LAW [CFU 6] AUCTIONS AND CONTRACT THEORY [CFU 6] BEHAVIOURAL ECONOMICS AND FINANCE [CFU 6] ETHICS, ECONOMICS AND SOCIAL CHANGE [CFU 6] EUROPEAN ECONOMIC INSTITUTIONS [CFU 6] INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION AND HIGH-TECH MARKETS [CFU 6] MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS [CFU 6] CULTURE, INSTITUTIONS AND DEVELOPMENT [CFU 6] ECONOMICS OF SOCIAL CAPITAL [CFU 6] EMPLOYMENT, JOB SEARCH AND WAGES [CFU 6] INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC INSTITUTIONS [CFU 6] LABOUR ECONOMICS [CFU 6] STRATEGIES AGAINST POVERTY AND INEQUALITY [CFU 6] ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY [CFU 6] HEALTH ECONOMICS [CFU 6] HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT [CFU 6] DATA ANALYSIS FOR ECONOMICS AND FINANCE [CFU 6] QUANTITATIVE FINANCE [CFU 6] SMART CITIES AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT [CFU 6] ACCOUNTING FOR DECISION MAKING [CFU 6] ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND ANALYTICS [CFU 6] AUDIT AND COMPLIANCE [CFU 6] ECONOMICS OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION [CFU 6] ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND BUSINESS PLANNING [CFU 6] FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS [CFU 6] INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING [CFU 6] INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL REPORTING [CFU 6] ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION [CFU 6] DATA ANALYSIS FOR MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT [CFU 6] DIGITAL MARKETING [CFU 6] INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT [CFU 6] PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING [CFU 6] SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT [CFU 6] SUSTAINABILITY MANAGEMENT [CFU 6] BEHAVIOUR IN ORGANIZATIONS [CFU 6] HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL FIRMS [CFU 6] MANAGEMENT SKILLS DEVELOPMENT [CFU 6] ORGANIZATION AND INFORMATION SYSTEM [CFU 6] BANKING OPERATIONS [CFU 6] ECONOMIC HISTORY [CFU 6] MATHEMATICS FOR ECONOMICS: STATIC AND DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING [CFU 6] CORPORATE GOVERNANCE, ACCOUNTABILITY AND ETHICS [CFU 6] MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING AND CONTROL SYSTEMS [CFU 6] MARKETING [CFU 6] OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES [CFU 6] HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT [CFU 6] FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES, INSTRUMENTS AND SERVICES [CFU 6] COMPETITION, MARKET POWER AND ANTITRUST [CFU 6] MONEY AND BANKING [CFU 6] MONETARY, FISCAL AND TRADE POLICY [CFU 6]