The Masters Programme in Economics (LM-27580) provides students with the tools necessary to analyse economic mechanisms, financial markets and organisations and forecast the micro- and macro-economic behaviour of individuals and institutions.
The programme begins with course work designed to consolidate and improve students’ understanding of economic policy and political economy. Subsequently, the focus turns to specific aspects of economic studies and issues concerning quantitative methodologies, sociology, law and enterprise studies.
In particular, the Masters Programme in Advanced Economics aims to develop economic researchers who can:
- Identify and analyse important economic aspects;
- Design and develop market studies and macro-economic reviews;
- Plan and manage enterprises strategy (especially in the Finance sector) and make public decisions on issues such as welfare and social security;
- Innovate and develop economic analysis tools;
- Coordinate interdisciplinary workgroups to assess the effects of economic policy on the development of specific productive sectors;
- Coordinate and manage workgroups to arrange the necessary sector and macro-economic scenarios for the economic choices of public and private organisations, both at the national and international level;
- Evaluate behaviours and results of strategies and objectively orient their outcome.
The Masters may also include stages with public administrations, private companies and international organisations, as well as seminars and laboratories.
Learning Objectives and Professional Profile
The Master in Advanced Economics (“EPOS”) is open to Italian and international students.
It is suitable for students who would like to work:
- as economists in research offices of public institutions and private corporations
- in companies and institutions, in roles requiring advanced analytical skills;
- as researchers (academic careers).
The Master is open to applicants with a Bachelor degree in Economics (in Italy: Laurea Triennale in Scienze Economiche, L-33) or in Business (in Italy: Laurea Triennale in Scienze Aziendali, L-18), or other equivalent degree with a strong economic background. A good knowledge of basic economic disciplines is required, as well as a good knowledge of written and spoken English.
As all courses are taught in English, applicants don’t have to take any Italian language test.
Programme Structure 2016/17
The second-cycle, two-year Master Program (Laurea Magistrale) in Economics 2016-2017 is structured in two tracks in English.
The tracks in English are the following
- Macroeconomic policy and financial markets
- Competition and market regulation
This school offers programs in:
Last updated October 30, 2016