The Business Economics degree programme provides scientific knowledge and technical skills in business and market economics, strategy, marketing, finance, accounting, management control, allowing graduates to work in management functions within companies and organisations, and to work independently on a freelance basis or continue economics and business studies to postgraduate level. The curriculum is divided into two areas:
- Business administration: management control and finance, accounting and financial statements, legal and tax issues, offering a global vision of business but also focusing on small and medium enterprises and their specific funding, accounting and financial statement issues; graduates also possess the technical, administrative and legal tools needed to work independently as freelance accountants;
- Economics and management: business economics and markets, business strategy, marketing, providing students with specific and quantitative tools for theoretical and empirical analysis of the markets businesses operate in, as well as the conceptual and operative tools to evaluate strategic business environments; graduates will be able to support company decision-making processes, or work in organisations which require business behaviour analysis skills.
The study programme includes a compulsory internship in a company, professional firm or organisation, offering students the chance to apply their acquired knowledge in a practical setting.