University Masters Degree in the Management of Publicly Owned Companies (Level II)
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This Masters degree course aims to offer specialised training that is essential for positions in the public sector or for those who will cover high level posts or pertinent positions within publicly owned companies as well as those who aspire to fill executive roles in public administration. Participants will have the opportunity to examine in depth the most relevant theoretical and practical issues directly concerning not only the juridical aspects of administration but also its capacity as a company. With this objective in mind the course will favour an interdisciplinary approach that will examine the publicly owned company within a complex framework that necessarily involves juridical, economic, organisational and quantitative aspects and within which the profile of innovation takes on a key role.
The Masters class consists in following a course of study that is based both on theory as well as practical experience imparted by experts working in the public sector. Furthermore, the course foresees professional development activities to be carried out by the students which aim to develop a program of innovation applicable to administrations that the students are currently involved in or to other administrations. The participants will therefore have the opportunity to engage themselves in familiar problems of public administration, of international or local institutions and to acquire the knowledge and the methods to manage innovation and change as well as the creation and implementation of best practices in public administration.
In view of offering differentiated training practices on the basis of the needs of certain operators in the public sector, there will be offered the possibility to attend the final module of the Masters class dedicated to the in depth study of a specific topic (for academic year 2010/2011 it is public sector contracts).