This program is wide-ranging and interdisciplinary. It offers a thorough grounding in the field of economics and provides broad skills and solid foundations through a unique combination of quantitative methods and social sciences.
In particular, graduates develop the ability to interpret the economic and social processes that are typical of societies at all stages of development. These interdisciplinary capabilities are appreciated both by the job market and by PhD recruiters. Students have the opportunity to get in touch with top-level researchers and choose from a set of international experiences (exchange programs and internships).LEARNING OBJECTIVES
The Master of Science in Economic and social sciences has the following educational objectives:
Possible career opportunities are:
The program is made up of courses which can be divided into the following areas: analysis and statistics, economics, and social sciences.
In the second semester of the first year, students personalize their curriculum through elective courses, which pertain to the three main areas: General Economics, Applied Economics, and Econometrics and Quantitative Methods.
Students choose a foreign language based on the graduate program instruction language and on their native language (which cannot be chosen as a foreign language). In classes taught in English, in order to get the language credits required for the degree, international students must study Italian plus another European language to be chosen from among French, German, Spanish, Portuguese or English.
Native Italian speakers must study two other European languages.
Please note that the course requirements may be subject to change.
Total credit points - 120
Please consider the following rules while choosing the 7 elective courses:
General Economics group
Applied Economics group
Social and Quantitative Fields group
The educational offer for elective courses is subject to change.
Applicants can enter the selection process if they acquire/have acquired a valid and recognized 1st cycle qualification (Undergraduate level) by October 2015 (or in any case by the first graduation session after the summer break).
The categories of applicants vary depending on the location of the University.
In details, there are three different types of applicants:
Graduates and final-year undergraduate students from universities abroad are considered International applicants.
Preferential consideration is given to applicants whose undergraduate work is still underway or was concluded less than two years prior to the moment of application. Applicants with other profiles are considered subsequently.
Bocconi Graduates and final-year undergraduate students are considered Bocconi Applicants.
For Bocconi applicants, no checks are required regarding clearing additional educational debits as they originate from Università Bocconi’s Economics department and admissions deems elements for verification to include meeting the curricular requirements and suitability of personal background. Approximately 65% of the total available spots are made available to Bocconi applicants and, in particular, up a maximum of 60% of available spots in the “early session”.
Graduates and final-year undergraduate students from other Italian universities (not Bocconi) are considered Italian applicants. Please visit the Italian website for more information and verify there the application deadlines for Italian applicants.
We specify that:
No work experience is required.
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