ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT
Master’s Degree Curriculum in English
Sophia’s Master’s Program in Management for a Civil and Sustainable Economy – in short MaCiStE, a name that conveys an idea of courage and effort – is for well-motivated candidates preparing to play actively in today’s complex economic context, with an eye to turning it to the service of all and the respect of nature. Students will acquire valuable management competencies within a program aimed at helping them develop a broad interdisciplinary and intercultural vision.
"Learning to face the challenges of 21st century globalized economy, and to team up for making it people- and nature-friendly."
Professor of Management
Professor of Economics and Economy of Communion
Visiting Professor of Civil Economics
Visiting Professor of Social, Civil and Communion Enterprises
Professor of Global Economic Context and Sustainable Value Chains
Visiting Professor of Accounting and Social Reporting
Visiting Professor of Organization and Management
Visiting Professor of Judgement and Managerial Decision-Making
Degree Programme Courses
- Leadership Models and Practices
- Italian Language Course
- Foundations of Politics
- Genesis and Features Modern Scientific Discourse
Summary of Credits
LICENTIATE IN ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT
(SPECIALIZATION IN MANAGEMENT FOR A CIVIL AND SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY)
Degree Programme Courses
Other seminars and interdisciplinarian events
Final thesis (including the thesis seminar)
Licentiate (Master’s Degree) in “Economics and Management” – Specialization in Management for a Civil and Sustainable Economy
Full-time curriculum for the academic degree (120 ECTS, 4 semesters); a shorter program is available (60 ECTS, 2 semesters)
English, level B2 (students are encouraged to also know Italian, level B1, for maximum benefit). Unless otherwise indicated, all classes of the Degree programme are held in English.
On campus, in Loppiano, Figline e Incisa Valdarno (Florence). For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
€ 3.600 (annually).per academic year. The amount can be reduced based on documented annual income and geographical area of origin.
PREPARATORY COURSES START DATE
START OF FIRST SEMESTER
Bachelor’s degree or qualification of an equivalent standard earned after a minimum of three years of study (180 ECTS or more) from a university or recognised higher education institution in a subject relevant to the Master’s Degree programme and the preferred curriculum; acceptance of the programme’s objectives
Applicants are selected after an interview and on the basis of their previous academic record (see info section for how to apply)