Covers a broad range of topics that shape culture, society and our way of thinking, such as history, philosophy, and literature to foster student creativity and bring an out-of-the-box perspective to moral problems.
Includes courses from a variety of fields such as psychology, anthropology, sociology, political science and archaeology, where functions and interactions of social structures are explored alongside human behavior.
To provide students with a rich perspective in the appreciation of thoughts, feelings and beliefs expressed in a variety of artistic and literary fields.
Covers a set of courses that investigates the interaction between individuals and corporations based on economic and strategic factors. Economics is closely related to mathematical reasoning and to social sciences. This theoretical area, combined with strategic analysis, teaches the student to become a problem-solver able to focus on the big picture.
Courses contribute to student development as individuals able to make their own choices under the light of universal principles, values and concepts.
To improve analytical thinking capabilities and to develop an understanding based on mathematical approaches in decision making.