Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

Program

Curricula published here (and credits assigned to each teaching) could be subject to change; the definitive ones will be published in the official Faculty guide. The English Profiles in Economics and in Management are aimed at offering the students a learning experience according to the most diffused International standards. The English-taught classes enables us to recruit students from different countries. A diverse and multicultural classes will enrich the students’ learning process. Classes are taught by teachers (professors, lecturers) with a strong academic background, most of whom record teaching and research experience in some of the world’s best universities. The teaching calendar is organized in three quarters (Fall, Winter and Spring terms). Applicants who are non-native speakers of English must provide evidence of English language proficiency. Admission is conditional upon an entry test. For any further information refer to the graduate program website. Attendance is strongly recommended.


Profile in Economics

FIRST YEAR

  • IT for economics and management - 4 ects
  • Mathematics - 9 ects
  • Principles of management - 8 ects
  • Organization theory and design - 8 ects
  • Principles of law - 9 ects
  • Economic history - 8 ects
  • Introductory microeconomics - 8 ects
  • First foreign language I (French) - 4 ects

SECOND YEAR

  • Comparative company law - 9  ects
  • Introductory macroeconomics - 8 ects
  • Statistics - 9 ects
  • Financial accounting - 8 ects
  • Financial mathematics - 5 ects
  • Economic policy - 8 ects
  • Financial market, credit and banking - 8 ects
  • First foreign language II (French) - 4 ects
  • Second foreign language (German, Spanish) - 4 ects

THIRD YEAR

  • Applied statistics and big data - 8 ects
  • Business strategy or Corporate finance - 8 ects
  • Public finance - 8 ects
  • Two field courses among the following:¹ - 16 ects
    Game theory and strategy, International economics, Monetary economics
  • Two elective courses (students are advised to choose among the following elective courses or the field courses not chosen above):
    Applied econometrics, Business strategy, Corporate finance, Information systems, Innovation and R&D management, Logistics and operations management, Management accounting, Management and organization in the digital economy, Marketing management, Laboratory: The R language and environment for statistical computing  - 16 ects
  • Final report - 3 ects

¹More field courses could be added in the following academic years


 


Profile in Management

FIRST YEAR

  • IT for economics and management - 4 ects
  • Mathematics - 9 ects
  • Principles of management - 8 ects
  • Organization theory and design - 8 ects
  • Principles of law - 9 ects
  • Economic history - 8 ects
  • Introductory microeconomics - 8 ects
  • First foreign language I (French) - 4 ects

SECOND YEAR

  • Comparative company law - 9  ects
  • Introductory macroeconomics - 8 ects
  • Statistics - 9 ects
  • Financial accounting - 8 ects
  • Financial mathematics - 5 ects
  • Economic policy - 8 ects
  • Financial market, credit and banking - 8 ects
  • First foreign language II (French) - 4 ects
  • Second foreign language (German, Spanish) - 4 ects

THIRD YEAR

  • Marketing management - 8 ects
  • Corporate finance - 8 ects
  • Management accounting - 8 ects
  • Business strategy - 8 ects
  • One field course among the following: - 8 ects
    Management and organization in the digital economy, Innovation and R&D management, Logistics and operations management
  • Two elective courses (Students are advised to choose among the following elective courses if not already chosen)² -  16 ects
    Applied econometrics, Applied statistics and big data, Game theory and strategy, Information systems, Innovation and R&D management, International economics, Logistics and operations management, Management and organization in the digital economy, Monetary economics, Laboratory: The R language and environment for statistical computing, Internship
  • Final report - 3 ects


²More elective courses could be added in the following academic years.


Corsi di Teologia

Nel piano di studio di ogni corso è prevista la frequenza ai corsi di Teologia, per offrire una conoscenza motivata, ragionata e organica della fede cattolica.

Il programma si svolge nei tre anni in ragione di 3 ore settimanali per 12 settimane e si articola nelle tematiche seguenti:

  • I anno: Questioni fondamentali: la fede cristologica e la scrittura;
  • II anno: Questioni di antropologia teologica ed ecclesiologia;
  • III anno: Questioni teologiche di etica e morale cristiana.