Business Administration Sciences
- Bielsko (PL)
- Brest (FR)
- Jaén (ES)
- La Coruña (ES)
- Legnica (PL)
- Łódź (PL)
- Oviedo (ES)
- Radom (PL)
- Sigmaringen (DE)
- Spalato (HR)
- Zagabria (HR)
- Università di Dubrovnik (HR)
What is the objective of the course? What is it?
What does it train you for?
What does it train you for?
The basic guidelines of the university system, the qualifying educational objectives of the Class and those specific to the Course orient the training path towards the acquisition of a more in-depth knowledge of the contents, which can also serve for subsequent higher level training (second level masters and research doctorates, plus the permanent one. ), and towards the development of skills for high segments of the labour market, also through the continuous monitoring of quality and constant interaction, in the best interest of studies, with the social and institutional interests considered paramount. In addition, the extreme versatility of today's corporate affairs and the variety of possible employment opportunities call for highly articulated training courses that can properly develop the functional sub-areas of the administrative macro-areas. With these premises, although this Degree Course is the only one in its Class, it achieves the maximum constancy allowed for non-corporate training activities and, conversely, the maximum differentiation for those of the corporate sphere. In particular, the teaching structure of the Course (in the curriculum, subjects, training packages and the like) is designed to be traced back to some fundamental strands of knowledge and skills of particular relevance today: for example, the governance of corporate systems, corporate communication and the management of businesses.
What do you learn?
Graduates are able to: 1. take, independently or as a group, strategic, managerial and operational decisions regarding the processes of acquisition, transformation and sale of resources in the various classes of companies; 2. identify and solve, independently or in a group, the ordinary and extraordinary administrative problems relating to the various classes of companies. Methods of achievement: training in critical personal study, in independent judgment but in dialectical confrontation with others. Didactic assessment tools: individual and group exams. Graduates are able to: 1. relate and communicate at a level consistent with the professional profiles in which they will have to operate; 2. write a medium-high complexity written work in Italian adequately focused and structured on the chosen theme; 3. write and speak an EU language (in addition to Italian) at an internationally recognized intermediate level, with a good knowledge of the specialized lexicons of the disciplines studied. Methods of achievement: workshops, seminars. Didactic tools for verification: interim and final reports, individual and group. Graduates are able to: 1. develop adequate updates and self-learning for top management, as well as for the teaching of economic and business disciplines in secondary schools or for the exercise of the liberal professions; 2. to access second level masters or specialization courses or research doctorates.
What can you do with it?
- Management specialists in the Public Administration
- Control specialists in the Public Administration
- Management and control specialists in private companies
- Work organization specialists
- Accounting Specialists
- Fiscalists and tax specialists
- Financial Asset Specialists
- Specialists in the acquisition of goods and services
- Specialists in the marketing of goods and services (excluding the ICT sector)
- Market Analysts
- Business Economics Specialists