On December 9, 2016, the School of Economics will be closed.
The University will be closed for the Christmas holidays from December 27 to January 5.
The Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Business and Economics (L-33) is a new program, entirely taught in English jointly offered by the Department of Economics and Finance and by the Department of Economics Law and Institutions.
The aim of the progam is to provide the necessary tools to address the complexity of the global economy. Our students will master the essential of business, economics, quantitative methods and law with an economic perspective. The BSc program provides professional training to students in an exciting environment where interaction between students and teachers is a key value and the student's needs a real priority. The international framework of the program is designed to make the students competitive and ready to apply to the best schools and the most challenging job opportunities all over the world.
The degree program involves three academic years (six terms totally). Students are required to gain a total of 180 credits from basic, core and elective courses (147 credits), computer literacy (6 credits), optional courses and other activities (18 credits) - including foreign languages, seminars, internships, etc. - and a final dissertation (9 credits).
See the official Course Structure.
COMMUNICATION FOR THE STUDENTS
In line with the strategic plan of the University for the bachelor courses 2015/17 it has been decided to harmonize the academic offer of the School of Economics. That is why the teaching committee of the University has decided to merge the current english bachelor courses in Business Administration and in Business & Economics in a unique bachelor course called Business Administration & Economics, which will startin the academic year 2016/2017.
The course structure will be guaranteed to all the students of the second and third year.