CURRICULUM

The Master in Management and Technology lasts 12 months and is divided into four terms. To access each term, students are required to successfully pass exams. After the Induction Week, the Term 1 focuses on General Management Courses that provide strong business and economics fundamentals.  During the Terms 2 and 3, students experience a more analytical and energy-centered approach, understanding the main strategic dynamics and challenges of the energy ecosystem (Core Courses) and gaining the required set of tools to successfully operate in its specific business environment (Advanced Courses).

The Term 4 is dedicated to the Field Project during which students put their knowledge into practice.

Each term is described in detail below:

 

The Induction Week enables student to get to know their classmates and the team at LUISS Business School. It includes several workshops focused on:

  • megatrends and global scenarios
  • main learning methodologies
  • business case cracking
  • effective personal brand identity development
  • modern digital instruments exploitation

Students have the chance to meet the main teams with which they will be interacting during the Master:

  • Career Services
  • Class Coordinators
  • Corporate Relations
  • International Exchange Programs
  • Marketing Services

International Students have the opportunity to attend an intensive Italian Course before the Induction Week.

GENERAL MANAGEMENT COURSES

  • Accounting & Financial Management
  • Economics of Strategy
  • Organization & HR Management
  • Econometrics and Statistics

CORE COURSES

  • Increased Efficiency, Reduced Emissions
  • Managing Renewable Sources of Energy
  • Market Design and the Role of Trade and Traders
  • Megatrends in the Energy Ecosystem
  • Oil & Gas: Industry Fundamentals Challenged by New Sources and New Geopolitics
  • Technologies for Energy: Smart Grid, IoT and Smart Mobility

ADVANCED COURSES

  • Financial Acumen for Energy
  • Growth Strategies and M&A in the Energy Industry
  • Managing Risks in Energy Industry
  • Retail Management in the Energy Market
  • Understanding Institutions: Opportunities and Constraints

FIELD PROJECT

The Field Project is the last mandatory part of the program which represents a great opportunity for students to apply the knowledge and competences acquired during the Master’s program. Each type of filed project helps students to accelerate their career advancement. Students will combine theory and practice, build professional connections, gain relevant work experience, strengthen their creative and analytical skills and increase their future employability.

The Field Project can be one of the following:

  • Internship: From educational training to the job reality. Students participate in an internship that will follow the educational program. Each Master’s program offers various internship options with different requirements to work in companies and organizations.
  • Entrepreneurial Project: Students develop their own business idea: from idea creation to the business plan and go-to-market.
  • Research Project: Students develop a research-based project on a subject identified together with the Faculty.