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Degree course in ECONOMICS AND FINANCE (Codice 2063)
Curriculum\Profile description: REGIONAL AND TOURISM ECONOMICS

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Detail Degree Course Academic year of the educational offer: 2011/2012
School:
  • POLYTECHNIC SCHOOL
Class:
  • Economics (LM-56)

credits total:120

Educational objectives
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The educational programme of this Course aims at providing students with advanced knowledge of economic and financial subjects, through the completion and refinement of competences acquired in the 1st cycle and the achievement of qualitative standards comparable with the other European Union Countries. This objective is achieved through the advanced study of economic analysis and policy subjects, as well as of subjects strictly linked to economic science, and of advanced juridical subjects and mathematical-statistic subjects. The educational programme might also provide for specific courses related to economic and financial analysis and to the evaluation of public policies. Other courses are related to economic-regional ambit. The specific economic-financial curriculum are mostly centred on the quantitative aspects of the finance sector (both in the statistical and mathematical ambits), on at least two specialising economic subjects analysing the functioning of financial markets, and on other historical or quantitative subjects related to the functioning of the banking and credit sector. Specific public- and regional related curriculum entail further economic subjects in the field of applied economics and economic policy, statistical subjects in the public-regional field and company-oriented subjects in the field of administration and management of public agencies and services. The 2nd cycle degree course is characterised by a focus on quantitative methods applied to economic research in a multidisciplinary context, The objective is the training of a skilled economist, capable of interpreting systemic and market economic phenomena and of suggesting in-depth analysis or intervention lines. Such a professional will be able to work in all the autonomous professions of the economic areas or at managerial level both in public and private professional contexts. Some curricula will enable students wishing to become public accountants, to enrol in the relevant register.
Professional opportunities
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2nd cycle graduates in economic and financial science may carry out, as economists, economic planners or economic and financial analysts, high responsibility functions in various public and private economic sectors (agriculture, industry, commerce, services), in research branches or companies in the economic field, in research agencies and national and international institutions, companies and trade and professional unions, as well as in the field of private practice in the economic area and as public accountants and auditors, after the relevant qualification examination and practice period. They might also carry out professional activities, as experts of economic organisation, management and evaluation, in the various branches of central and regional public administration, local agencies, or in companies and agencies providing or managing public services, and companies and institution for the promotion of the region and of local development.
Final examination features
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It consists of the preparation and discussion of a degree dissertation in which, with the knowledge acquired with the various educational activities, candidates should be able to demonstrate the acquired capability of analysing, with a critical approach and personal contribution, theoretical or applied economical issues, including financial issues and issues related to public policies, economic-financial evaluation, or specific themes related to the specific educational objectives of the 2nd cycle degree course. Students may, if they wish, take the final examination in English.



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Teachings first year
credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
02805 - PUBLIC ECONOMICS DARDANONI (PO) 8.0 1 V B SECS-P/03
14341 - MATHEMATICS FOR ECONOMICS AND FINANCE RUSSINO (RU) 10.0 1 V B SECS-S/06
07951 - ECONOMICAL ANALYSIS BALLETTA (RU) 8.0 2 V B SECS-P/01
07954 - URBAN AND REGIONAL ECONOMICS MAZZOLA (PO) 8.0 3 V B SECS-P/06
09375 - INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY FURCERI (PA) 7.0 3 V B SECS-P/02
11274 - LABOUR MARKET AND SOCIAL SECURITY LAW CAMMALLERI (PA) 10.0 3 V B IUS/07
Free subjects 16.0 D


Teachings second year
credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
04869 - TOURIST MARKETING LUPO (PQ) 6.0 1 V B SECS-P/08
11304 - PROFESSIONALISING SEMINAR 1.0 1 G F
05917 - FINAL EXAMINATION 20.0 3 G E
14340 - BUSINESS ACCOUNTING AND BUDGETING COSTA (PO) 6.0 3 V B SECS-P/07
Optional subjects 6.0 B
Optional subjects II 6.0 C
Optional subjects III 8.0 C


Elective activities

Optional subjects credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
02714 - TRANSPORTATION ECONOMICS 6.0 2 V B SECS-P/06
07992 - ECONOMICS OF TOURIST INDUSTRY ANSELMI (PQ) 6.0 2 V B SECS-P/06
14357 - ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY GENNA (PQ) 6.0 3 V B SECS-P/02


Optional subjects II credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
02442 - TRANSPORT LAW ROMANA (RU)ROMANA NICOLA 6.0 1 V C IUS/06
02496 - FINANCIAL LAW PIGNATONE (PA) 6.0 2 V C IUS/12


Optional subjects III credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
06661 - STATISTICS OF MONETARY AND FINANCIAL MARKETS BUSETTA (PQ) 8.0 1 V C SECS-S/03
15968 - REGIONAL AND TOURISM STATISTICS DE CANTIS (PA) 8.0 1 V
REGIONAL STATISTICS NOTARSTEFANO (RU) 4.0 C SECS-S/03
TOURISM STATISTICS DE CANTIS (PA) 4.0 C SECS-S/05
00188 - DEMOGRAPHY PERNICE (PQ) 8.0 3 V C SECS-S/04


Explaination
Term Term/Semester
Val. Valutation: V = mark in 30/30, G = note
(*) Teaching attended in english
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