Society and Culture / Bachelor's degree programme
Data Analytics for business and finance

General information for the a.y. 2022-2023

Disciplinary areaSociety and Culture
Duration 3 years - 180 Credits
Admission Accesso Libero No limited access
Language Taught in Italian
Teaching method Lectures
Regulation Main Teaching Regulations


In public and private organisations and companies, the need to anchor economic decisions and management models to structured databases is now pervasive. These databases are both functional for defining strategic objectives and a tool for monitoring project performance. Therefore, in the current economic, social, and institutional context, the professional figure that the programme aims to train becomes essential: capable, due to their technical and coordination skills, of managing, increasing and enhancing the information assets of organisations and businesses.

Course content

The degree programme organises the skills on four technological-scientific areas, for the analysis and management of data, always interpreted in application contexts related to the companies' strategic and managerial decisions. The subjects in the Data Engineering area provide the basic theoretical and methodological knowledge for the collection, analysis and processing of data in order to create interpretative and predictive models to support data-driven and financial strategic business decisions. The subjects of the Data Science area (Construction and analysis of databases) provide the basic theoretical and methodological knowledge to collect, analyse and generate relevant information for business decisions. The subjects in the Information Governance and Management area provide the theoretical and methodological knowledge to build strategies for the governance and management of companies' information assets. The subjects in the Information Design area (Data representation and visualisation) provide the methodological knowledge and tools to be able to represent, disseminate and exploit the company's information assets in an effective way and to effectively support strategic and management decisions.

Career options

The Degree Programme aims to train a professional figure with the skills to analyse and manage data in support of strategic decisions and destined to take on both executive and co-ordination roles in the field of business information systems. Therefore, it provides knowledge and skills in statistics and IT for the analysis, management and modelling of data and identifies industrial and service organisations, both public and private, as the context in which to apply the knowledge acquired.

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Course Director


The course is managed by the Department of Communication and Economics