The 3-year Degree Course in Business Administration provides students with a training that meet the needs of different types of businesses. The skills acquired by graduates during their studies may, in fact, flexibly match the majority of requests coming from the world of work. This degree course offers to students the possibility to acquire diverse skill sets in the organisational-management, administrative-financial and banking credit sectors.
Taking into account personal interests and attitudes, the students will deepen the scope of the main company functions, with particular reference to accounting, planning, control, organisational, legal and tax activities, with specific regard to the small and medium-sized companies. The students may alternatively choose amongst modules concerning corporate finance, the structure and functioning of the financial markets and the credit system as well. Professional activities range from administrative and/or financial functions up to those related to organisation, production and marketing.
The degree course in Business Administration aims to provide a solid study in economic and business disciplines (both in functional areas and various business sectors), as well as in an adequate mastery of mathematical and statistic methods, and principles and foundations of the legal system. More specifically, the course helps students to develop different competencies for the analysis of business phenomena in complex, social and economic contexts.
In the first academic year, the study path provides modules focused on disciplines pertaining both to basic and characterizing educational subjects; the purpose is to guarantee a solid basic knowledge to the students who undertake this 3-year course of studies. In the second academic year, the course provides specific and business-related teachings aimed at making the course consistent with its relevant educational objectives; finally, the third year of the course foresees some elective modules, English language for business, computer skills exam (or alternatively an internship) and the final dissertation.
The 3-year degree course in Business Administration trains professional figures suitable for performing managerial, consulting and entrepreneurial activities, in the context of private and public organisations, operating in real and financial markets. The academic curriculum guarantees a fundamental multidisciplinary training aimed at understanding the functioning of modern business organisations and financial systems, as well as the peculiarities of the relevant business context.
Graduates will acquire adequate skills in the economic, managerial, financial and legal disciplines, by developing appropriate methods of critical analysis of the business structures and dynamics.
The degree course provides training paths necessary to cope with specific aspects of corporate-management, operation and administration, of particular types of businesses and financial intermediation, including sustainability issues and principles. Thus, in line with its educational objectives, this degree course is divided into educational/study paths aimed at enhancing the attitudes and the scientific/cultural preferences expressed by the student.
The learner will be able to:
Graduates in Business Administration will acquire a solid grounding in business and economic disciplines (with particular reference,, to the business system and to accounting and financial statements), as well as an adequate command of mathematical-statistical tools, and principles and foundations of the legal system.
This course allow students to acquire a wide range of theoretical-practical knowledge that meets the demands of professional fields relevant to graduates in Business Administration and his/her potential enrolment in a Master degree of the same field. Job opportunities and professional activities foreseen in the BA academic curriculum are meant to be conducted in companies, (with the aim to perform managerial or entrepreneurial functions), in public administrations and as freelancer specialised in the economic fields.
The course trains students for the profession of:
Admission to the course is open to all applicants who, upon enrolment, are in possession of the following qualifications:
It is also required a basic knowledge corresponding to the average level acquired through school education at upper secondary education level. The assessment of the basic knowledge will occur according to the methods indicated in the Academic Regulations of the course of reference.
|1||Introduction to Accounting||10|
|2||Business Communication Strategies||10|
|2||Economics And Management Of Financial Intermediaries||15|
|2||English Language For Business||5|
|3||Economics and Business Management||15|
|3||Statistics for Economics||10|
|3||Informatics - Computing Skills||5|
|3||For internships and placements in, public or private organizations, professional orders||3|
Pegaso International's traineeships are integral part of the student academic curriculum, and are provided as practical activities of the academic record relevant to the completion of the study course. Traineeships may be mandatory or recognized as processes through which students may gain exemptions of credits. The number of credits gained for curricular traineeships is stated in the Standard Study Plans. Traineeship activities are officially recognised through the acknowledgement of credits (1 ECTS = 8 hours). Generally, the working hours are mutually agreed upon between the trainee and the host company, considering the current needs of both parties and the company working hours. Students may undertake the traineeship at any time of the year.
Students will be considered eligible for admission for a traineeship, upon the positive assessment of a minimum number of ECTS, with reference to:
Students are required to reach specific agreements with the host company and communicate the following data in writing to Pegaso International to the mail: email@example.com
Upon completion of the traineeship, students are required to submit to the competent office the following documentation: