The Master’s Degree Course in Business Administration (CLEA/M) - class of the degree in Economics and Business Management (LM-77) - was established in the Department of Economic Studies and it pertains to the “School of Economic, Business, Legal and Sociological Sciences”. CLEA/M prepares students with solid knowledge and skills in management, administration and business control. Significant skills also concern the issues of sustainability and circular economy. A CLEA/M graduate will be able to work in public and private administrations and different roles; the graduate will also be able to work as a professional accountant and business counsellor.Currently, the CLEA/M is divided into three curriculum paths: a) the Business Management path offers an advanced level of education related to the acquisition of knowledge and skills useful to work in public and private companies or consulting firms. At the same time, it aims to offer the business tools for strategic governance, planning, and scheduling of the leading corporate functions, also with reference to changes in the competitive environment; b) the Eco-Management path is characterized by an approach based on sustainability and circular economy. Therefore, it provides an education aimed at the sustainable management of economic activities, underlining the role and integration of the social and environmental issues in business processes. This path promotes an in-depth knowledge of the relationship between companies and the socio-economic environment, according to a multidisciplinary approach focused on the economic, environmental, and social sustainability of the company’s activities; c) the Professional path is aimed at offering advanced level training to operate in professional accounting and business counselling. This path prepares for the profession of Chartered Accountant and Accounting Specialist. This degree path provides both to carry out the professional internship, already during the period aimed at acquiring the master’s degree, and to be exempted from the first test required to access to the Section A of the Register of Chartered Accountants.For more detailed information, it is possible to send an e-mail to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.