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Executive Master of Business Administration (MBA)

MBA   

Graduate study, 3 semesters

1800 hours, including 930 with direct participation of an academic teacher, 60 ECTS

Stationary/part-time mode

Cost: 13.600 PLN - 2990,64 euro (as of 8.07.21)

1. Learning aim.

The main goal of the MBA study programme is to develop the mindset of an entrepreneur who is creative, able to take risks and manage the unknown with confidence. By joining the course you become a more reflective, self-aware and strategic member of a general manegement team. Gained knowledge enables to create new value for your organisation and discover more career options.

2. Profile of the applicant.

This programme is adequate for people who seek new business exeperiences, want to improve their skills and grow as a leader with unique attitude and mindest. MBA is designet for high-potential managers, people with experience working at senior management positions, owners of medium and big private businesses and people aspiring to become top executives. Applicant must have at least 8 years of professional experience, including 5 years working as a manager.

3. Graduate profile.

MBA studies are created in order to develop tools and leadership skills needed for successfully manage innovative projects and programmes in business. You will aquire skills in a wide range of creativity and innovation processes and techniques in terms of strategic management and human resources. You will always be ready to make difficult decisions and will not fear risks related to enterpreneurship. You will have an excellent understanding of financial analysis and key macro- and microeconomics issues applicable to effective management. Explore cost theory and management models, learn more about legal aspects of managerial decisions, including administrative, labour and anti-trust law. As a graduate you will be excellent prepared for business public speaking and will be able to create your own personal brand as an effective entrepreneurial leader.

Strategic Partner:

1. Poltava University of Economics and Trade, Ukraine
2. Hassiba Benbouali University, Algeria
3. Educons University, Serbia
4. Armenian State University of Economics, Armenia
5. Polytechnic of Rijeka, Croatia
6. Al-Quds University, Palestine
7. Russian State Social University, Russia
8. Aleksander Moisiu University Durres, Albania
9. Al Hussein Bin Talal University, Ma'an, Jordan
10. Sathyabama Institute of Science & Technology, India
11. Universum College, Kosovo
12. Hatay Mustafa Kemal University, Turkey
13. Eskisehir Osmangazi University, Turkey
14. Bukovinian State Medical University (BSMU), Ukraine

 

4. Framework study programme.

Pillar I – Executive economics: macro- and micro- perspective

1. Macroeconomics
2. Microeconomics
3. Analysis of supply and demand functions
4. Market structure cost analysis
5. Aggregate production function
6. The role of the goverment policy in the economic environment

Pillar II – Basic managerial issues

1. Managerial economics
2. Management accounting
3. Managerial tools
4. Business decission making
5. Process management
6. Decision-making techniques

Pillar III – Corporate finance and financial management

1. Cost theory and analysis
2. Financial statements for executives
3. Corporate finance and financial performance
4. Cost management models
5. Quantitative analysis for managerial decisions
6. Financial deciosion-making framework

Pillar IV – Legal aspects of managerial decisions

1. Rules of the government taxation
2. Administrative law
3. Anti-trust law
4. Labor law
5. Personal data protection
6. Legal liability of executives

Pillar V – Strategic HR management

1. Management and team management skills
2. Strategic personel management
3. Tools for building and managing a winning team
4. Employee motivation

Pillar VI – Strategic leadership

1. Leadership skills
2. Effective management methods
3. Crisis management
4. Management in the age of pandemics
5. Innovative strategies of planning and implementation at the executive level

Pillar VII – Marketing and networking

1. Marketing management
2. Public Relations
3. Public speaking and business presentations
4. Creating a leader’s personal brand
5. Marketing acts
6. Networking in the Internet as a network of lasting business contacts

The study ends with a test and the defense of a thesis.

5. Learning outcomes.

  1. .

Description of the expected learning outcomes:

Symbol

in terms of knowledge:

Reference to the second-degree PRK characteristics

W_01

Has a basic knowledge of the nature of management science and its relationship to other sciences.

P6S_WG

W_02

Characterizes models of management in Poland and in the world taking into account the diversity of models of business functioning.

P6S_WG

W_03

Interprets the law correctly.

P6S_WK

W_04

Presents the economic determinants of professional management activities in a business.

P6S_WK

W_05

Presents the economic determinants of professional management activities in a business.

P6S_WG

W_06

Analyzes economic and social conditions in the context of the implementation of its activities.

P6S_WK

W_07

Presents principles for organizing and supervising the activities of an enterprise.

P6S_WK

W_08

Knows the principles of ethics law and copyright law.

P6S_WK

W_09

Characterizes the principles of creation and development of various forms of entrepreneurship in meeting the needs of the economic environment.

P6S_WK

in terms of skills:

U_01

Correctly formulates basic concepts in the economic and management sciences and quality.

P6S_UW

U_02

Solves unusual, complex management problems and forecasts the consequences of planned actions, including under crisis conditions.

P6S_UW

U_03

Takes part in public speaking, creates a leadership brand.

P6S_UW

U_04

Communicates using specialized terminology.

P6S_UK

U_05

Uses theoretical knowledge to describe and analyze management processes in an enterprise.

P6S_UW

P6S_UK

U_06

Critically evaluates his/her own actions in managing the business, as well as the actions of co-workers and subordinates.

P6S_UO

P6S_UU

U_07

Independently plans his/her own lifelong learning.

P6S_UU

U_08

Leads team in a variety of settings, including crisis.

P6S_UO

U_09

Applies principles of ethical law, collects and processes information under conditions that are not fully predictable while respecting ethical principles.

P6S_UW

U_10

Participates in debates, evaluates different opinions and positions, and discusses them.

P6S_UK

U_11

Uses and processes information and conducts marketing campaigns using modern technology and information tools.

P6S_UW

in terms of social competence:

K_01

Critically evaluates the knowledge and content received.

P6S_KK

K_02

Consults with experts when having difficulty solving a problem.

P6S_KK

K_03

Fulfills social obligations by co-organizing activities to develop the economic and social environment.

P6S_KO

K_04

Adheres to ethical principles and requires others to do so.

P6S_KR

K_05

Thinks and acts in an entrepreneurial manner.

P6S_KO

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