Financial analysis, consulting and management
Master's degree programme
|Disciplinary area||Social Sciences and Humanities|
|Duration||2 years - 120 Credits|
|Admission||No limited access|
|Language||Partially taught in English (2 courses)|
|Regulation||Main Teaching Regulations|
PresentationThe Second-Cycle Degree Program in Financial Analysis, Consulting, and Management is aimed at producing graduates capable of performing high- level professional functions in credit and risk management, portfolio analysis, consulting and management, and risk measurement and managenent for intermediate private and public institutions, and research centers. These professional profiles fit the local territory of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, which is home to the head offices of two national banking groups, a wide variety of small and medium-sized industries, and high-income families.
Course contentThe educational goals of this program explain why this is a Master degree that can be classified either in Finance or in Business Economics. Students can choose where being classified as graduates after completing the first year of studies, once they have determined their preferred area of interest. The program begins with a common first year of eight compulsory core courses in mathematics and statistics, theory of finance, macrofinancial scenarios, financial law, financial regulation, corporate finance, financial firms and assets taxation. The second year offers two compulsory courses - advanced risk management and corporate and investment banking – and the choice between two courses: financial analysis - i.e portfolio management and firms valuation - or financial management - i.e. private and retail banking and bank performance indicators. Experts from local and national enterprises and public institutions are invited to provide their expertise through presentations and seminars. BPER, CREDEM and Unicredit banks financially support this degree course. The CEFIN (www.cefin.unimore.it), the research center to which most of the Master degree faculty belongs, offers opportunities to participate in research programs where students can develop their skills.
Career optionsGraduates of this program find high-level positions in the following areas: credit and risk management; corporate and private banking; banking and insurance services, finance in non-financial firms; portfolio analysis and management; financial advisory, communication, and education; management consultancy; financial firms auditing; economic research.
List of single courses taught in English- Metodi quantitativi per la finanza [ credits: 10]
- Risk management [ credits: 9]
- Course Director
- prof. Giuseppe Marotta
tel. 059 2056875 - fax 059 2056947
- dott.ssa Lara Liverani
tel. 059 2056913 & - fax fax. 209 2056917
The course is managed by the Marco Biagi Department of Economics