The Master degree in Economics and Commerce aims at giving students advanced level training in the economics-corporate area, juridical and maths-statistics area. The degree course focuses on offering a high level of professionalism employable in private and public enterprises, including specific skills which require advanced knowledge to elaborate suitable strategies so as to tackle a more and more competitive contextThe CLEC/M thus is orientated towards an interdisciplinary educational path aimed at providing graduates with essential tools for the analysis and management of business operations, of professional and economic activities.With this objective, the Master degree in Economics and Commerce is divided into three educational paths:a) Economics and Commerce;b) Economics and Statistics.c) Economics and Finance.The educational path in Economics and Commerce focuses on enhancing studies regarding economics, enterprises and law, including quantitative studies, all in regards to their implementation in business management in the private and public sectors. This path trains graduates to become a “generalist” in economics, a professional who makes decisions specifically in relation to economic organizational operations , with particular focus on international, national and territorial economics. In the field of enterprises, interpretative cases concerning entrepreneurial strategies are offered. The juridical and quantitative fields complete the figure of an economist who can face their surroundings through a multidisciplinary approach.At the end of their educational path in Economics and Commerce, graduates in Economics and Commerce:- are able to interpret, describe and measure the principal economic events with regards to national and international dynamics;- hold specific competences concerning the analysis and management of the territory;- hold solid knowledge of the theories and analytical techniques concerning quali-quantitative data so as to elaborate forecasts on the evolution of economic events;- can use the methodologies of accounting and reporting;- examine the principal juridical bodies related to the economic process;- are able to share information with experts and non-experts of this field.The educational path in Economics and Statistics aims at training graduates with suitable methodological and practical knowledge in the field of statistics, who can operate independently and competently in various areas of economy and business management. The objective of this path is to train professionals who hold solid knowledge of economic sciences and can efficiently apply quantitative methods to the economic world. Further understanding in the field of enterprises will complete the profile of an analyst.At the end of their educational path in Economics and Statistics, graduates:- hold suitable knowledge in disciplines regarding economics, statistics and statistical-economics;- hold solid knowledge of the research method and statistics methodology;- hold practical and operational knowledge in regards to the evaluation, report and management of data concerning the analysis of economic events;- apply theories and methods of sampling so as to carry out analysis at a micro and macro-economic level and thus study the performance of businesses and main economic operators;- hold cognitive tools to develop and redevelop the acquired knowledge.The educational path in Economics and Finance aims at training graduates with suitable methodological and practical knowledge in the field of finance, and thus operate independently and competently in various areas of the economy and business management. The objective of this path is to train professionals who hold solid knowledge of the quantitative analysis of economic data and can efficiently apply mathematical-probabilistic methods to finances. Further understanding in the field of enterprises will complete the profile of an analyst.At the end of their educational path in Economics and Finance, graduates:- hold suitable knowledge in disciplines regarding economics, statistics and mathematical-probabilistic studies- hold solid knowledge of the research method and mathematical models;- hold practical and operational knowledge in regards to the analysis, modelling and forecasting of financial data;- apply theories and mathematical-probabilistic methods so as to calculate the financial risk and optimize investment portfolio decisions;- hold cognitive tools to develop and redevelop the acquired knowledge.For each of these three educational paths the study plans are linked to the following four areas of learning, identified on the basis of criteria of scientific-disciplinary uniformity:• Corporate area;• Economic area;•Juridical area;• Mathematical-statistics area.In each of these learning areas each study plan includes a certain number of common courses with other educational paths, while the remaining are all specific and characterize each educational path.