The Master on Business Economics and Management (2012-2013) provides a two-year programme for graduates who wish to specialize and update their knowledge in specific fields.
Participants must hold a university Bachelors degree in Economics, Business, Agriculture, Engineering, Social or other related sciences.
In the first year participants follow the Postgraduate Specialization Course. Lectures are completed by round table discussions, case studies and power point presentations and business practices.
In the second year, students who have successfully completed the first year develop a thesis based on research work and economic development study leading to a Master’s of Science degree.
The working language is English.
The scientific results of graduate studies are usually announced in International Conferences and/or published in World Renowned Journals.
The objectives of the first part of the Master programme (Postgraduate Specialization Course) are to: i) support management through merging the necessary knowledge of the economic theory regarding resource allocation and evaluation in their social context; ii) facilitate decision making through the application of modern operational management methodologies and techniques to achieve efficiency; iii) provide the advanced knowledge on the application of econometric theory to business market situations within the frame of the Common Agricultural Policy; iv) specify the requirements of the business strategic management: business requirements relative to financial and marketing strategies and the tools of market research. The first year students receive a solid theoretical and practical training in the following areas: management, marketing, e-commerce, regional management, financial management and business economics. Field and computer laboratory exercises combined with these courses provide a more practical and tangible perspective. The qualified first year graduates are entitled of pursuing their research in an environment fully equipped with the most updated facilities.
In the second part of the programme (Master Thesis), participants complete their training through the elaboration of a scientific research work, making application of the knowledge, methods and techniques acquired during the first year of specialization.
Last update: 08 of June, 2012