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Management

The MiM is a two-year, full-time program that weaves academic excellence, pivotal location, and superb networking prospects, to help graduates kick-start their international careers as responsible managers, finance executives, entrepreneurs, or business consultants.

Using an innovative learning approach that balances academic rigor with managerial relevance, the MiM curriculum consists of core courses that advance students' knowledge in the functional areas of management and elective courses that offer specialized knowledge and real-life examples in the areas of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, International Management, and Luxury, Fashion and Made in Italy.

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Class: LM-77 Scienze economico-aziendali (Science of Economics and Business)

Presentation

The program is held entirely in English

The MiM is a two-year full-time program that weaves academic excellence, pivotal location, and superb networking prospects, to help graduates kick-start their international careers as responsible managers, finance executives, entrepreneurs, or business consultants.

Using an innovative learning approach that balances academic rigor with managerial relevance, the MiM curriculum consists of core courses that advance students' knowledge in the functional areas of management and elective courses that offer specialized knowledge and real-life examples in the areas of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, International Management, and Luxury, Fashion and Made in Italy.

The MiM program encourages students to experience another culture through Double Degree programs in collaboration with LUISS partner institutions:

Employment and professional opportunities for graduates

The master's program in Management provides a unique opportunity for students who want to pursue careers in the areas of administration, strategy, organization, human resource management, and finance. Each track enables candidates to acquire skills, knowledge, and methods in specific subject areas to cover roles for various employers including large corporations, multinational enterprises, government agencies, and medium-sized enterprises.

Admission procedure

Get information about taking the admission test.

Required Courses

All majors

I year – 2019-2020

I semester

CourseSSDCredits
Advanced Marketing ManagementSECS-P/088
Financial Reporting and Performance MeasurementSECS-P/078
Markets, Regulations and Law IUS/05
6
Quantitative Methods for ManagementSECS-S/03
8

II semester

CourseSSDCredits
Advanced Corporate Finance SECS-P/076
Organizational Design SECS-P/016
Corporate Strategy SECS-P/098
Managerial Decision-Making SECS-P/086
International EconomicsSECS-P/016
The program is held entirely in English

Majors

Students may also choose an individual study plan. Majors and elective courses are chosen at the end of the I year.


Major: Entrepreneurship and Innovation (held in English)

II year – 2020-2021 

I semester

Course SSD Credits
2 Core program courses - 6+6
2 Elective courses - 6+6

Additional credits

Activity Credits
Internship (or project work)8
Ethics, Responsibility, Sustainability Laboratory 4
Mandatory language course 4
Final work 18
Total number of credits 120

Major: International Management

II year – 2020-2021

I semester

CourseSSDCredits
2 Core program courses-6+6
2 Elective courses-6+6

Additional credits

ActivityCredits
Internship (or project work)8
Ethics, Responsibility, Sustainability Laboratory4
Mandatory language course4
Final work18
Total number of credits120

Major: Luxury, Fashion and Made in Italy

II year – 2020-2021

I semester

Course Credits
2 Core program courses 6+6
2 Elective courses 6+6

Additional credits

ActivityCredits
Internship (or project work)8
Ethics, Responsibility, Sustainability Laboratory4
Mandatory language course4
Final work18
Total number of credits120

Individual study plan

II year – 2020-2021

I semester

Course Credits
2 Core program courses 6+6
2 Elective courses 

Additional credits

ActivityCredits
Internship (or project work)8
Ethics, Responsibility, Sustainability Laboratory4
Mandatory language course4
Final work18
Total number of credits120

Core program courses and elective courses for each major will be available at the end of the I year.

Core program courses 2018-2019

Entrepreneurship and InnovationCredits
Business Modeling and Planning6
Intellectual Property Rights6
Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital6
Management and Governance of Family Firms6
Management of Innovation6
Organizing Innovation6
International ManagementCredits
Comparative Corporate Governance6
International and Global Marketing6
International Business6
International Finance6
International Human Resource Management6
International Operations and Supply Chain6
Luxury, Fashion and Made in ItalyCredits
Creative Industries and Business Model Innovation6
Fashion Management6
Luxury Management6
Management and Governance of Family Firms6
Retail and Service Experience Marketing6
Tourism Management6

The study plan is subject to change.