The design of higher education curricula aimed at cooperation and non-profit issues concerns the training of human capital capable of managing “different organizations”, both in terms of mission and governance. Furthermore, people who want to operate in the non-profit sector must be able to account for the performance and impacts generated by their organizations on stakeholders, territories and society as a whole. This is the task of the Social Economics Campus, which in particular thanks to the collaboration with the School of Management and Statistics of the University of Bologna and AICCON, is recognized as a reference point for education and training on the economy of cooperation and non-profit sector, in Italy and abroad.