The Master of Science in Economics and Commerce aims to provide advanced level of education in the economic-business, legal and mathematical-statistical field.The course aims to provide high professionalism that can be spent in private and public entrepreneurial realities, with skills that require advanced knowledge to develop suitable strategies to face an increasingly competitive context.In this context, CLEC / M favors an interdisciplinary study program with the aim of providing graduates of the main tools for analyzing and managing corporate functions, professional and economic activities.To this end, the Master of Science in Economics and Commerce is divided into three curricula:a) Economics and Commerce;b) Economics and Statistics;c) Economics and Finance. The Economics and Commerce curriculum promotes the study of the economic, business, legal and quantitative disciplines with applications to business management, private and public.The Economics and Statistics curriculum aims to train graduates with adequate methodological and applicative knowledge in the field of statistics, in order to operate independently and competently in various areas of economics and business management. The Economics and Finance curriculum aims to provide graduates of adequate methodological and application knowledge in the field of finance, in order to operate independently and competently in various areas of economics and business management. The Master of Science in Economics and Commerce offers good prospects for employment in different sectors of economic activity. The main areas of work concern public bodies, non-profit organizations and research centers operating in the national, community and international fields. These areas are complemented by the traditional liberal professions and certain innovative consultants.In particular, employment opportunities concern: - high profile positions in companies and public administrations; - business consultancy in strategic planning and management, personnel planning and management; - credit, financial and insurance consultancy activities; - analysis and management of transformation and change of territorial structures in local public bodies; - freelance profession of chartered accountant; - micro and macro-economic research activities in public and private research offices and bodies.