Curriculum in Two Languages: allows students to complete a two language degree programme;
Curriculum in Three Languages: allows students to complete a three language degree programme.
Curriculum in Digital Management: focusing on digital innovation in business, marketing and communication strategies;
Curriculum in Green Management: examines the areas of sustainable development and corporate social responsibility in depth, and analyses the most recent economic and management models;
Curriculum in International Management: delivers a thorough understanding of how businesses operate on a global level.
Curriculum in International Security and Crime: has been designed being aware of the changes in the concept of “security”, whose traditional defensive connotation can be considered nowadays simplistic when thinking about the new threats to the interests of the nation and to the constitutional order.
Curriculum in International Relations: will give students the chance to comprehend and analyse opportunities and risks connected to the geopolitical and geo-economic changes, with particular reference to the need of efficiently contrasting aggressivity and competitivity of the countries characterised by weak o non-existent welfare politics considerably affecting labour costs, on the one hand, and the need of overcoming structural weaknesses of the Country System, for example in the context of productivity and innovation, on the other hand.