Economics and Management  Economia e management (EMA)

General information

Classification of Scholarly Field L-18 Economics and Business management, L-33 Economics
Application and Admission How to apply
Course Duration 3 years, (180 credits)
Course Attendance Highly recommended
Course Location via Conservatorio, 7 - Milan
Course Language Italian
Head of Studies Chiara Tommasi
More information Programme Description (italian)
Course website (italian)



Course Objectives

The Undergraduate Degree Course in Economics and Management develops adequate knowledge of economics and business subjects, of mathematics and statistics, and of regulations to understand how the economic system functions, market processes and the role of companies.

Particularly, the course provides the necessary skills to understand: the economic and financial decisional strategies and processes of companies, consumers, financial intermediaries and regulators; the function of assets and services markets, of the financial and labour markets, their dynamics and effects on economic development; the distribution of income and wealth; the evolution of macroeconomic dynamics, the interventions of monetary policy, the decisions of economic policy, including decisions in the institutional and regulatory fields; the problems of managing companies that operate in the European and international framework; the organisational issues typical of private companies and public administrations.

It also provides practical and operative skills regarding the measurement, detection and processing of data related to economic analysis in its many applicational aspects.



Career and Employment

The graduate in Economics and management can perform professional activities in companies and public and private companies and institutions that are most open to the European dimension.

In particular, potential professional prospects, even after further university education, concern the following settings:

  • Private and public companies that operate in the European market;
  • Financial intermediaries (banks, SIM, savings management companies);
  • Community and international institutions;
  • Agencies to support and control the market liberalisation process;
  • Consulting and services firms for companies operating in the Community area;
  • Research institutions and offices for studies.