The bachelor’s degree program in Management and Computer Science has a significant presence of digital and technological topics, and a specific focus on computing and on business analytics. These skills are also integrated with traditional foundational courses in Economics, Business Management, Law and Statistics.
The core of the program focuses on collecting and analyzing big data in order to extract knowledge and produce value from digital data. To develop those skills, students are given a solid preparation on algorithms and coding starting from their first year, and further refine their knowledge of artificial intelligence, machine learning, database management and business analytics in their second year. In their third and final year, students focus on data science applications in many areas, such as cybersecurity, business and entrepreneurship.The program already has an exchange program with Paris Dauphine, and is currently developing other exchange programs with several international universities. Through those partnerships, students can spend their final year abroad, creating a multicultural experience thanks also in part to the presence of foreign instructors and students.
|Introduction to Computer Programming||6|
|Fundamentals of Management||8|
|Legal System in the Digital Age||6|
|Quantitative Models for Data Science||8|
|Data Analysis for Business||8|
|Social Network Analysis||8|
|Databases & Big Data||8|
|Digital Business and Workplace Technology||8|
|Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning||8|
|Business Law and ICT||6|
|Business and Marketing Analytics||8|
|Finance and Financial Technologies||8|
|3 Elective courses||6+6+6|
|Digital Skills Lab||6|
The bachelor’s program in Management and Computer Science responds to the demand for new, perfectly bilingual professionals in two disciplines: management and digital technologies.
After their three-year studies, graduates in Management and Computer Science are able to work with both innovative companies and traditional organizations undergoing a digital transformation.
Luiss is committed to broaden its international dimension by giving current and prospective students the chance to belong to a dynamic community.
Erasmus+ and Bilateral Exchange Programs
The Luiss Student Exchange Office manages and promotes student exchanges within the Erasmus Program, as well as through bilateral exchange agreements with non-European universities. The procedures are based on the ECTS system. All eligible students can apply to be selected for an opportunity to study abroad on an Erasmus+ or Bilateral exchange in one of our several partner Institutions. Our Erasmus+/Bilateral network currently boasts 218 agreements with Higher Education Institutions in 46 countries, and it grows every year.
Structured Partnership Exchange and Double Degree Programs
The International Development Office offers to students a wide range of structured partnerships and double degree programs they can apply for, depending on the specific Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree program they’re currently enrolled in or the program they’re willing to enroll in for the next academic year.
CFO Gruppo Leonardo - Finmeccanica
Graduated in Business & Management, 1996
Alessandra Genco is the CFO of Leonardo, the Italian aerospace and defense company. She was previously Vice President Group Finance, in charge of capital markets, treasury, investments and insurance activities.
Prior to joining Leonardo, she spent seven years in the US where she worked in the Investment Banking Division of Goldman Sachs as Vice President in their New York Office.
She covered clients across numerous industries, including financial sponsors. She holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a M.Sc. in Economics from Luiss Guido Carli University. She is on the board of various companies, in Europe and in the US. Strongly committed to the theme of diversity, she serves as mentor of talented young women.
QTEM Masters Network
After a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Management, I enrolled in the Master’s program in Finance and participated in QTEM, an amazing experience both at an academic level and at a personal level, which helped me develop useful skills for the future market.
I now live in Frankfurt, where I work as an analyst in the Finance Directorate of the European Central Bank, dealing with budgeting, strategic planning, project governance and management reporting. In the future I’d like to continue this career in large-scale international institutions.