Economics and Social Sciences

Graduates in Economics and Social Sciences will develop skills in understanding economic and financial phenomena and will acquire all the core skills required for the analysis of economic and social issues, including data analysis for social sciences. Graduates will have the ability: to deal with market economies and related phenomena, both from a strictly economic point of view and in terms of social implications; to properly frame credit and financial phenomena in the macroeconomic context, both at a domestic and international level; to handle quantitative methods applied to economic and social cases, through theoretical, empirical and historical approaches.

Programme structure

The Bachelor in Economics and Management is taught entirely in English.

MUR degree class: L-18 First cycle degree in Economic and Business Management Science and L-33 First cycle degree in Economics

Duration in years: 3

Credits: 180

Career opportunities

Our graduates are expected to acquire both core economic and management capabilities and excellent problem solving skills that will enable them to enter the international labour market.

Specific job opportunities include junior positions in various firm’s occupations in companies, organizations and institutions active in an international environment.

Graduates will also attain a significant advantage for progressing to a number of graduate courses and, in particular, for three MSc programmes taught in English at the School of Economics and Business of the University of Siena: MSc in Economics, Mcs in Finance and MSc in International Accounting and Management.