• Curriculum

The curriculum of the Master's Degree in Industrial Management is structured in five modules: Economics, Accounting and Finance, Marketing, Business Management, and General Education. The programme also features company internships and a Master's Thesis. Each module consists of several topics that may include one or more subjects.

The Master's Degree in Industrial Management consists of 60 ECTS credits:

Two academic semesters of 30 ECTS credits
During the second semester, the teaching modules are associated with the Master Thesis.



ModulesSubject MatterSubjectsCrECTSFile
EconomicsEconomicsEconomic AnalysisH3.0
EconomicsEconomicsInternational EconomicsH3.0
Accountancy and FinanceAccountingFinancial Statement PlanningH3.0
Accountancy and FinanceAccountingCost Analysis for Decision MakingH4.5
Accountancy and FinanceFinanceFinancial Analysis H3.0
MarketingIndustrial MarketingMarketingH4.5
Business ManagementLawBusiness LawH4.5
Business ManagementManaging peopleHuman Resources ManagementH4.5
Business ManagementOperationsLogistics and Processes H3.0
Business ManagementStrategy in the industrial companyStrategic analysis and planning H4.5
Business ManagementQuality and innovation in the industrial companyAnalysis and Data ManagementH3.0
Business ManagementQuality and innovation in the industrial companyInnovation ManagementH3.0
Business ManagementHuman TrainingEthics and social responsibility in the companyH3.0
Internship  H7.5
Final Project  H6.0

ECTS: number of credits
C: character; A, annual and H, half-yearly

Master Thesis

At the beginning of the programme, students will be assigned a tutor to guide the students and supervise their Master's Thesis. The Master's Thesis is considered one of the essential elements to achieve the target skills in the Master's Degree. The goal of the research is for students to apply all the knowledge they have acquired during the Master's programme to a business plan, studying the start-up process and prospects for profitability.