Study plan

  • 1st semester

    Introduction to Study

    Business Administration I.

    Psychology for Managers

    Marketing

    Mathematics

  • 2nd semester

    Management

    Macroeconomics

    Business Administration II.

    Statistics

    Integrated Marketing Communication

    Basics of Social Psychology for Managers

  • 3rd semester

    Human Resource Management

    Basics of Accounting

    Law for Managers

    Political and Cultural Aspects of Global Business

  • 4th semester

    Accounting for Managers

    Strategic Management

    Project Management

    Corporate Financial Management

    Manager’s Personality and its Development

  • 5th semester

    Internship

    Bachelor Seminar

    Philosophy for Managers

    Crisis Management

    International Trade

  • 6th semester

    Bachelor Thesis

    Financial Markets and Investment Decisions

    Motivation and Performance Management

    Political Science, Social and Political Systems

    Commercial Law

    Communication and Presentation Skills

    Practical Managerial Techniques

    Ethical Aspects of Management

    World Economic and Political Institutions