Access admission unrestricted
Class LM-63 Public administration
Credits 120
Duration 2 years
Location Udine
Legal requirements three-year university degree or diploma or equivalent

Law for Companies and Public Administration's Innovation

Specific objectives of the course are:
- expand and enhance students' ability to apply the basic knowledge, already acquired in the three-year degrees, in the decision-making processes of companies or PAs in the legal-administrative field;
- create skills that allow understanding and solving problems deriving from the complexity and need for innovation of the various organisations.
The path is divided into training activities that are largely common to all students, while a smaller part are specially calibrated according to the curricula.
The credits are distributed among the characterizing disciplinary fields (statistical-quantitative, economic-organisational, juridical, decision-making and organizational processes), related or supplementary disciplinary fields and further training activities, in addition to the final exam.
The training specificity of the course consists in creating professional figures who are capable of dealing with (and facilitating) not only regulatory, but also organisational, technological, design innovations, for the improvement of the services of organizations and, consequently, can provide a highly qualified and creative contribution in the decision-making, monitoring and management processes of the activities carried out.
In particular, these are figures who, in addition to a solid legal preparation, are familiar with the economic and decision-making processes of public and private organizations, also possessing quantitative skills in relation to the most relevant innovation phenomena, including digital ones.
The LM CdS is structured according to a double track: first of all, a common learning area, which sets itself the goal of specific knowledge of the fundamental themes of digitization and innovation, as well as the rules that govern them. There is therefore a second learning area which is divided into two alternative directions, one aimed at innovation in companies and the other in the Public Administration, where the various themes will be explored in a problem-solving oriented perspective.
Furthermore, in order to achieve the aforementioned purposes, the courses must include: a) an active and passive knowledge of a language of the European Union (at an output level appropriate to the functions to be performed in addition to Italian; b) the carrying out of internships training and guidance at private companies, public administrations and third sector organisations.
The training activity is aimed at fostering an interactive relationship through lessons, seminars with internal or external teachers, experts, exercises and external and foreign application experiences

The professional opportunities consist in the management and direction of public and private institutions, with functions of responsibility for offices of any type, with particular regard to the support of the planning and management of innovations, corporate welfare, social responsibility and corporate sustainability.
The course of study also prepares you for consultancy activities for institutions; to research and planning activities (also European and supranational) in organizations of any type and nature.
Finally, the proposed course of study allows master's degree graduates to carry out their activities in the field of project management, in the management of crises and emergencies through the use of their interdisciplinary skills.