Economics and International Business – INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Year I: International Economics, International Marketing, Entrepreneurial Management, Advanced Microeconomics, Business Development Strategies, Capital Markets Financing, Managerial Finance, Services Economics, Development Economics.
Year II: Diplomacy, Negotiation and Protocol in International Business, Payment and Guarantees in International Business, The Technique of Complex Transactions, Competition and Competitiveness, Business Communication in a Foreign Language I. 1 (English, French), Intercultural Management, Information Systems for International Business Management, Total Quality Management, Business Communication in a Foreign Language I. 2 (English, French), The International Trading System, Projects in Economics, Practical Training.
- knowledge of the concepts, approaches, theories, models and advanced methods used in the field of Economics and International Business;
- the ability to interpret the dynamics of the international business environment and to effectively use the results of their studies;
- the ability to forecast the evolution of international economic processes;
- the ability to make decisions under risk and uncertainty conditions, which occur in international business.
- knowledge of the diagnosis and decision methodologies used in the field of Economics and International Business;
- knowledge of the research methodology used in the field of Economics and International Business;
- the ability to conduct surveys and provide consultancy in the field of Economics and International Business;
- the ability to think, work, communicate and act in an intercultural environment;
- the ability to work in a team, to lead and motivate interdisciplinary and/or intercultural teams;
- the ability to run a business in a competitive international environment.