Program

Program

Required courses:

First year

Code Semester Module Coordinator Credits (CFU) Note
EC01 1 Econometrics Alessandro Bucciol 9 Mandatory
EC02 1 Mathematical Models for Business and Economics Letizia Pellegrini 6 Mandatory
EC03 1 Microeconomics (advanced) Maria Vittoria Levati 9 Mandatory
EC04 2 International Economic Law Annalisa Ciampi 6 Mandatory
EC05 2 Public Sector Economics Alessandro Sommacal 9 Mandatory
EC06 2 Strategy and Decision Analysis Francesco De Sinopoli 6 Mandatory

Second year

Code Semester Module Coordinator Credits (CFU) Note
EC07 1 Investments Giuseppina Chesini 6 Optional 2 out of 3  with EC10, EC08
EC08 1 International Business and Management Paolo Roffia 6 Optional 2 out of 3  with EC10, EC07
EC09 1 Macroeconomics and Finance Giam Pietro Cipriani 9 Mandatory
EC10 1 Risk Management Barbara Gaudenzi 6 Optional 2 out of 3  with EC08, EC07
EC11 2 Local Economic Development Carlo Federico Perali 9 Optional 2 out of 3  with EC12, EC13
EC12 2 Health and Environmental Economics Paolo Pertile 9 Optional 2 out of 3  with EC11, EC13
EC13 2 Project Financing and Evaluation Marcella Veronesi 9 Optional 2 out of 3  with EC11, EC12

Every year, MAGEC also organizes short modules on specific advanced topics held by foreign university professors. The modules are optional; MAGEC students may choose to attend one or more of them and, in case they pass the examinations, they gain CFU credits on their curricula.

Attendance to teaching activities is strongly encouraged.
Teaching material for each module is available to registered students at https://elearning.univr.it.

Exams are graded according to a scale ranging from 0 to 30, with 18 as pass mark. A “cum laude” may be added to the highest grade (“30 e lode”) as a mention of special distinction.

Students must earn 120 ECTS credits to meet the program requirements and gain the degree:

  • 84 credits from the required modules (see table above)
  • 18 credits from elective modules
  • 3 credits from internships
  • 15 credits from dissertation writing

Internships can be taken:

  • in a private company, chosen by the student independently or together with the stage office, under the approval of an academic staff member, or
  • at the university’s Interdepartmental Centre of Economic Documentation (CIDE). In this case students learn how to use professional software packages for data management and analysis.

The degree is assigned after public defense in front of a board of examiners of a written dissertation, developed under the supervision of an academic staff member (advisor, or “relatore” in Italian), on one of the topics learnt in the master’s program.

The master’s final mark ranges on a 110-point scale, and is the sum of:

  • the average of the marks gained in the individual modules, weighted by their CFUs, converted in a 110-point scale and rounded
  • the mark of the dissertation, ranging between 0 and 7, determined by the board of examiners after public discussion

Students who obtain full marks may also be awarded summa cum laude (“110 e lode”), at the discretion of the board of examiners.

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