The Bachelor of Science in Economics and Business Management aims to train professionals capable of entering the world of companies, both private and public, as well as in the field of business consulting, thanks to the acquisition of a solid set of skills in the different functional areas and the ability to understand the complex dynamics that characterize the economic environment.
Therefore, teaching is structured to allow the student to deal analytically with all the business issues that involves managerial problem-solving. The core of the studies consists of the business disciplines (Business Administration, Economic Administration, Business Organization), flanked by strong fundamentals (Political Economics and Applied Economics), law (Private Law, Economic Law, Commercial Law) and statistical and mathematical subjects (Mathematics, Statistics and Economic Statistics). There’s a strong focus on today’s relevant issues like ethics in entrepreneurship, in finance and in independent practice and on the development of communication skills, problem-solving and team working, needed by graduates who want to enter into business or consultancy positions.
The Bachelor of Science in Economics and Business Administration is divided into two distinct curricula: the first addresses Economics and Management and the second addresses analytical techniques for company management, organized into training activities for a total of 180 credits.
Lectures are distributed in two semesters consisting of 12 teaching weeks each. The class schedule is designed to rationalize the use of time, in order to equitably favor teaching agenda and distribute the workload.
Classes are exclusively held in the morning hours, with the exception of elective courses which take place in the afternoon, always respecting a break from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. that can also be employed for additional activities or personal study.
Lessons last 45 minutes each as to maximize the attention and learning span. Teaching consists mainly of lectures, together with practical activities and seminars, accompanied by numerous other educational activities, both curricular and extra-curricular activities, which enrich the human and professional training that the European University of Rome wants to provide its students with.
The Bachelor of Science in Economics and Innovation Management aims to provide students with a solid background of economic, managerial and financial analysis, with a specific focus on the economic theory. The development of the issues related to the management of innovation in different industrial contexts, analyzing both the economics models of the diffusion of innovation and the managerial dimensions that characterize the processes of innovation of businesses and organizations.
It pays attention to different types of knowledge, in terms of different types of business and business functions (marketing and sales, finance, administration and control, organization and human resources management, production and logistics), and to the entrance to the business venture.
These skills can be used in all industrial sectors, ensuring competence in highly innovative sectors (pharmaceutical and biotechnology, ICT, high-tech manufacturing, advanced services, telecommunications, etc.). In addition, through the use of interactive and participatory teaching methods (workshops, tutorials, business discussions, simulations, team-working), the degree course allows students to train and increase soft skills such us problem solving, decision making, communication and ability of team-working, which are essential to successfully join the working world.
The Master of Science in Economics and Innovation Management is structured in two curricula:
Business consulting and professional services: providing a specific knowledge of the business of a chartered accountant.
Innovation Management: provide students with economic, organizational and financial knowledge, necessary to analyse problems, make decisions and operate in business management and entrepreneurship.
Lectures are distributed in two semesters consisting of 12 teaching weeks each. The class schedule is designed to rationalize the use of time in order to favor teaching and to distribute the workload.
Classes are exclusively held in the morning, always respecting a break from 1 pm to 3 pm that can also be used for additional activities or personal studies.
Lessons last 45 minutes each to ease the attention and learning span. The University provides its students with curricular and extra-curricular activities, in order to enrich their human and professional training.