Bachelor's degree in Business Administration (category 17) (until 2008-2009)

Bachelor's degree in Business Administration (category 17) (until 2008-2009)

Course not running

Introduction to Company Economics and Management (2009/2010)

Course code
4S00397
Credits
5
Coordinator
Claudio Baccarani
Academic sector
SECS-P/08 - MANAGEMENT
Language of instruction
Italian
Teaching is organised as follows:
Activity Credits Period Academic staff
1 - lezione 3 1st semester Claudio Baccarani
2 - lezione 2 not yet allocated not yet allocated

Timetable

Not inserted.

Learning outcomes

The module aims to introduce the students to the principles of business management and decision making process.

Syllabus

The module involves a range of teaching strategies including lectures, case studies and guest lectures. Additional material will be in the form of web-based reading and research, selected texts, journal articles and contemporary magazine and press articles. Independent research and study will be encouraged throughout to complement group work activities.

Assessment methods and criteria

1 hour written examination made up of open questions to test basic knowledge. If passed, oral examination to test critical analysis skills will take place.

Bachelor's degree in Business Administration (category 17) (until 2008-2009)

Course not running

Introduction to Company Economics and Management (2009/2010)

Course code
4S00397
Credits
5
Coordinator
Claudio Baccarani
Academic sector
SECS-P/08 - MANAGEMENT
Language of instruction
Italian
Teaching is organised as follows:
Activity Credits Period Academic staff
1 - lezione 3 1st semester Claudio Baccarani
2 - lezione 2 not yet allocated not yet allocated

Timetable

Not inserted.

Learning outcomes

The module aims to introduce the students to the principles of business management and decision making process.

Syllabus

The module involves a range of teaching strategies including lectures, case studies and guest lectures. Additional material will be in the form of web-based reading and research, selected texts, journal articles and contemporary magazine and press articles. Independent research and study will be encouraged throughout to complement group work activities.

Assessment methods and criteria

1 hour written examination made up of open questions to test basic knowledge. If passed, oral examination to test critical analysis skills will take place.


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