Course Content

During their second year, Economics & Management students will be taught a variety of specialisation courses. Procurement   & Production, Business Philosphy  and  Manageing  Organisations  are amongst them.In the course Managing Organisations students learn to identify all organisational resources,  including financial, physical and intangible resources, and analyse how they contribute to organisational capabilities and competitive advantage.The programme covers many of the IBA fields however focuses on the management of core areas of business that are fundamental to the economics of the organisation, such as quality control and logistics as well as the comparative areas of financial management and business accountancy. Excursions to profit and non-profit organisations will be arranged and Economics and Management students will also be given the opportunity to create a start-up business, through a series of modules including Business Plan.

Key business modules include World Wide Business and Law, Logistics, and Quality Management, however the Economics and Management programme also fully prepares students for administering business through modules in Accounting, Bookkeeping and Finance.

During their second year, Economics & Management students will be taught a variety of specialisation courses. Procurement   & Production, Business Philosphy  and  Manageing  Organisations  are amongst them.

Procurement  &  Production  focusses  on   the purchasing and supply function of an  enterprise. Students   have   to   show   how   these   functions interrelate with the  rest  of the  organisation.

The  course  Business Philosophy is  concerned with the   ideas of  several economic philosophers (such as Smith,  Markx,  Keynes, etc). In class, different approaches will be  discussed in order for  students to understand the  political-economy. The  main objective is for students to develop their capacity to read management literature from  a more critical perspective and to develop their  interest for fundamental questions as  part of their  evolution as effective executives or managers.

In the course Managing Organisations students learn to identify all organisational resources,  including financial, physical and intangible resources, and analyse how they contribute to organisational capabilities and competitive advantage.

 

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3
IT, Office Software & Automation Marketing Research Cost Accounting & Management
English Language for Work Experience Logistics International Labour Relations
Work Experience Preparation Module Sales & Export - (seminar) Labour Negotiation & Work's Council
Accounting & Bookkeeping - (seminar) International Trade Risks Advanced Corporate Strategy
Intercultural Management Procurement & Production - (seminar) Corporate Social Responsibility
Administrative Organisation Management Business Philosophy Business Plan
Small Business Environment Statistics Research Methodology & Quantitative Methods
Modern Principles of Marketing Business Accounting - (seminar) Business Research Methods
Management, Leadership & The Organisation Enterprise Technology & Innovation Strategic Marketing
Introduction to Finance - (seminar) Sustainable Business - (seminar) Marketing in Turbulent Times
European Law Economics & Corporate Strategy International Marketing for SMEs
Training in Interpersonal Skills - (seminar) The Challenge of Business Ethics - (seminar) International Marketing in Practice
TIPS - Interviewing Skills Information Management Quality Management
TIPS - Effective Meeting Supply Chain Management - (seminar) Quality & Change: Auditing/Certification
TIPS - Peak Performance - (seminar) Sustainable Procurement Human Resource Management
TIPS - Feedback & Group Interaction Marketing Plan - (seminar) Strategic Human Resources Management
Sociology & Organisational Behaviour Managing Organisations 2nd Foreign Languages /
Marketing Mix Financial & Risk Management Intercultural Business Communication for Managers
- (seminar) Digital Marketing Introduction to Entrepreneurship PDP 3 - Personal Development Plan & Tutoring
Organisational Theory Enterprise Diagnostics & Evaluation Work Placement Module
New Business Environment 2nd Foreign Languages Graduation Assignment
Project Management Basics PDP 2 – Personal Development Plan & Tutoring  
International Law in Business & Commerce PDP Seminar - Managing Diversity  
2nd Foreign Languages PDP Seminar - Negotiation  
PDP 1 – Personal Development Plan & Tutoring and Academic English PDP Seminar - Consulting Skills  
PDP Seminar - Business Presentation Skills PDP Seminar - Tapping your Creativity  
PDP Seminar - Project Management Game PDP Seminar - Conflict Management  
PDP Seminar - Leadership in Business Environment 6 Project weeks & In-company Visits  
PDP Seminar - Team Building    
PDP Seminar - Effective Time Management    
6 x Project Week & In-company Visits