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Programme:

Business Administration - MBA (2022/2023)

Study Cycle: Second Cycle (Postgraduate)
Faculty: Business and Economics
Programme Code: N-MBA120C
Academic year: 2022 / 2023
Title: Master in Business Administration (MBA)
ECTS: 120 (2 years) Accrediation
Decision: Decision for starting of the program

The SEEU MBA program is envisioned as an elite MBA program that is targeting experienced people from the region who seek a better qualification and a better career. A typical student of the MBA program would have a sufficient work experience and a solid undergraduate qualification in business. As the program is mainly targeting students from abroad, it will be taught completely in English. During their studies, students will gain the necessary skills to solve challenging business problems analytically using a multidisciplinary approach. Students who earn the MBA degree will demonstrate a thorough understanding of the internal structures and operations of businesses ranging in size from small to multi-national. They will be able to understand the relationship between an organization and its external market and economic environment.  Furthermore, students will comprehend how management decisions affect relevant stakeholders inside and outside of the firm.

Upon successful completion of the program students will be able:

  • To work as managers or consultants in companies;
  • To work individually and in groups on research methods that are more relevant for meeting the needs of the population,
  • To elaborate the differences and needs of the community, in professional and scientific terms.
  • To actively participate in creating macroeconomic and microeconomic policy.
  • To be inform and to contribute to scientific and professional elaborations.
Knowledge and understanding

Students who earn the MBA degree will demonstrate a thorough understanding of the internal structures and operations of businesses ranging in size from small to multi-national. They will be able to understand the relationship between an organization and its external market and economic environment.  Furthermore, students will comprehend how management decisions affect relevant stakeholders inside and outside of the firm.

Applying knowledge and understanding

Students who earn the MBA degree will be able to integrate and apply the tools and techniques of business, drawing on a broad-based knowledge of the major functions (accounting, economics, finance, information systems, marketing, operations management, and strategy) to solve complex business problems and make sound business decisions.

Making judgement

Students earning the MBA degree will be able to make judgements based on their through knowledge of the analytical tools used in modern business and critical thinking looking at the problems from different points of view.

Communication skills

Students who earn the MBA degree will demonstrate micro-social and leadership skills necessary for lifelong career success.  These skills reflect effective self-assessment, communication, and collaboration within an organization. 

Learning skills

Students who earn the MBA degree will think and articulate critically about ethical and legal considerations pertinent to the art of management and the execution of a business enterprise.

Semester 1

  • [CBEE-603] [6 ECTS] Econometrics
    The aim of the subject is to enable students to develop an understanding of econometrics to a level that will equip them with the understanding and evaluation of the most applied cross-sectoral data analysis and to be able to undertake such analysis. More specifically, the aims of this subject are: - to develop an understanding of the use of regression analysis and related techniques for evaluating economic relations and testing economic theories - to enable students to read and evaluate empirical works in professional journals - to provide practical experience of using major regression programs (STATA 16) to generate economic models.
  • [C2138] [6 ECTS] Financial Reporting and Decision Making
    Through the information of the main financial statements, it is intended that the management bodies in the company to be in time equipped with quality information in order to approve the right business decisions. Qualitative information through annual and quarterly financial statements presented in the Balance Sheet, Income Statement, Cash Flow Balance, key indicators of economic performance such as profitability, liquidity, solvency, risk and potential bankruptcy will convince potential investors and future to invest in companies and verify their investments through the market value of their shares.
  • [E2583] [6 ECTS] Innovation Management
    Innovation management represents a set of approaches through which creativity and innovation are encouraged through various techniques and approaches. This subject will analyze the latest topics in the world literature related to innovation, creativity and their management process in various fields. In addition to theoretical analysis, this subject will enable practical access to students through creating real innovation and going through all the stages of learning methods of creating new ideas, as well as applying for funding and pitching.
  • [6 ECTS] Elective Course
    • [CBEM-503] Market Research
    • [EFB-02] Game Theory and Business Strategy
    • [E2579] Real Estate Finance and Investment Analysis
    • [E2580] Sustainable Enterprise
    • [E2581] Leadership, Teamwork and Diversity
    • [E2582] Accounting Information Systems
    • [E2585] Negotiations for Resolving Conflicts and Leading Change
    • [EBA072] Small Business Management
    • [E2594] Financial Strategy and Corporate Restructuring
    • [ECBM-603] International Accounting Standards
    • [E2589] Business Process Management
    • [E2595] Quantitative Finances
    • [E2591] Digital Business
    • [E2596] Risk Management in Banking and Regulation
    • [E2597] Asset Pricing and Security Valuation
    • [C2137] Web and Social Media Analytics
    • [E2611] Total Quality and Performance Management
    • [C2132] E-Commerce
    • [EMBA02] Marketing Research
    • [EM559] Business Consulting
  • [6 ECTS] Elective Course
    • [CBEM-503] Market Research
    • [EFB-02] Game Theory and Business Strategy
    • [E2579] Real Estate Finance and Investment Analysis
    • [E2580] Sustainable Enterprise
    • [E2581] Leadership, Teamwork and Diversity
    • [E2582] Accounting Information Systems
    • [E2585] Negotiations for Resolving Conflicts and Leading Change
    • [EBA072] Small Business Management
    • [E2594] Financial Strategy and Corporate Restructuring
    • [ECBM-603] International Accounting Standards
    • [E2589] Business Process Management
    • [E2595] Quantitative Finances
    • [E2591] Digital Business
    • [E2596] Risk Management in Banking and Regulation
    • [E2597] Asset Pricing and Security Valuation
    • [C2137] Web and Social Media Analytics
    • [E2611] Total Quality and Performance Management
    • [C2132] E-Commerce
    • [EMBA02] Marketing Research
    • [EM559] Business Consulting

Semester 2

  • [C2134] [6 ECTS] Business Analytics and Modeling
    The course focuses on the process of transforming data into information for solving business problems in the real world. The course has a phased approach to knowledge generation: first, descriptive analytics is taught where visual analysis is used to characterize data; second, it teaches recommendatory analytics that focuses on the optimal strategies that "should" be undertaken in the future; third, predictive analytics is taught focusing on the use of algorithms for predicting the future based on historical data. Topics include data exploration, data preparation, nonlinear optimization, etc.
  • [CM185] [6 ECTS] Operations and Supply Chain Management
    The course deals with the theoretical and practical explanation of the supply chain which is necessary and indispensable for the efficient management of the function for planning, procurement, inventory control, transportation and storage. Students will learn about topics such as designing supply and distribution networks in line with the firm's business and supply chain strategy as well as improving supply chain performance through SCOR, Lean and Six Sigma techniques. Students explore how different aspects of supply chain management are integrated within the firm, as well as coordinated with suppliers, trading partners, and logistics/transportation providers to deliver superior customer satisfaction. Making sound strategic and tactical decisions learned by managing a global consumer electronics supply chain through an on-line simulation.
  • [EM554] [6 ECTS] Applied Economy
    This course introduces many important concepts and the analytical tools of intermediate economics. The objective of this course is to provide the students with intermediate economic theories and methodologies and apply the knowledge to observe, to think and to analyze the economic phenomena. The course will be studied in two parts such as intermediate microeconomics and intermediate macroeconomics. In microeconomics, the theoretical aspect of the market mechanism and the perfect and imperfect competition as well as its practical application will be studied. While in advanced macroeconomics the theoretical aspect of economics as a whole in a short and long run, and their practical application will also be studied.
  • [6 ECTS] Elective Course
    • [CBEM-503] Market Research
    • [EFB-02] Game Theory and Business Strategy
    • [E2579] Real Estate Finance and Investment Analysis
    • [E2580] Sustainable Enterprise
    • [E2581] Leadership, Teamwork and Diversity
    • [E2582] Accounting Information Systems
    • [E2585] Negotiations for Resolving Conflicts and Leading Change
    • [EBA072] Small Business Management
    • [E2594] Financial Strategy and Corporate Restructuring
    • [ECBM-603] International Accounting Standards
    • [E2589] Business Process Management
    • [E2595] Quantitative Finances
    • [E2591] Digital Business
    • [E2596] Risk Management in Banking and Regulation
    • [E2597] Asset Pricing and Security Valuation
    • [C2137] Web and Social Media Analytics
    • [E2611] Total Quality and Performance Management
    • [C2132] E-Commerce
    • [EMBA02] Marketing Research
    • [EM559] Business Consulting
  • [6 ECTS] Elective Course
    • [CBEM-503] Market Research
    • [EFB-02] Game Theory and Business Strategy
    • [E2579] Real Estate Finance and Investment Analysis
    • [E2580] Sustainable Enterprise
    • [E2581] Leadership, Teamwork and Diversity
    • [E2582] Accounting Information Systems
    • [E2585] Negotiations for Resolving Conflicts and Leading Change
    • [EBA072] Small Business Management
    • [E2594] Financial Strategy and Corporate Restructuring
    • [ECBM-603] International Accounting Standards
    • [E2589] Business Process Management
    • [E2595] Quantitative Finances
    • [E2591] Digital Business
    • [E2596] Risk Management in Banking and Regulation
    • [E2597] Asset Pricing and Security Valuation
    • [C2137] Web and Social Media Analytics
    • [E2611] Total Quality and Performance Management
    • [C2132] E-Commerce
    • [EMBA02] Marketing Research
    • [EM559] Business Consulting

Semester 3

  • [CMBA01] [6 ECTS] Research Methodology
    The purpose of this course is for students to gain knowledge and understanding of different scientific theories and methodologies. Students will first be explained the basic concepts and theoretical definitions and samples of all existing research methods, direct and indirect hypotheses, variables, validity of results, BIAS and prejudices and scientific qualities and quantitative research methodologies and other methodological approaches. For each chapter students will also perform practical assignments. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: know and understand the importance of basic scientific concepts; learn techniques for efficient research and information retrieval and efficient access to relevant information and literature; identify, describe and formulate scientific problems; make a careful choice of alternative research approaches, describe carefully; compare and explain the advantages and disadvantages of different scientific methods for data collection and analysis in quantitative and qualitative research; apply basic scientific methods to analyze quantitative and qualitative data; provide basic theoretical frameworks on which research will be built; review them and evaluate technical and scientific publications.
  • [EBE-408] [6 ECTS] Project Management
    The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the world of modern projects and their confrontation with the opportunities and challenges of real economic life in the creation of appropriate, real need projects. Specific objectives of the subject include how to determine a project (using several stages) and to emphasize the important role of project manager (understanding the need, field of action, activities for implementation, the complexity of modern design, etc.). Students will be trained on how to apply modern tools and techniques of modern project management in the transformation necessary or appropriate creative idea in a real and documented project that will make you be more inventive about themselves and more competitive labor market.
  • [CBEF-601] [6 ECTS] International Finance
    This subject covers the international dimension of both investments and corporate finance. Develops strategies for investing internationally, including hedging exchange rate risk, adjusting to client preferences and home currencies, evaluating performance, estimating a corporation’s exposure to real exchange rate risk, strategies to hedge risk or to dynamically adjust to shocks, and reasons for a corporation to hedge. Also covers international capital budgeting, multinational transfer pricing, and international cash management.
  • [CBE-403] [6 ECTS] Marketing Management
    The purpose of this course is to prepare students to use and manage 4-Ps of an organization or company in order to be able to design optimal marketing elements: products, price, promotion and distribution methods that companies face. Specifically, the goal is to understand the complexity of decisions in marketing management, as well as frameworks for analysis of markets, customers, competitors and integrating concepts from the original marketing plan.
  • [6 ECTS] Elective Course
    • [CBEM-503] Market Research
    • [EFB-02] Game Theory and Business Strategy
    • [E2579] Real Estate Finance and Investment Analysis
    • [E2580] Sustainable Enterprise
    • [E2581] Leadership, Teamwork and Diversity
    • [E2582] Accounting Information Systems
    • [E2585] Negotiations for Resolving Conflicts and Leading Change
    • [EBA072] Small Business Management
    • [E2594] Financial Strategy and Corporate Restructuring
    • [ECBM-603] International Accounting Standards
    • [E2589] Business Process Management
    • [E2595] Quantitative Finances
    • [E2591] Digital Business
    • [E2596] Risk Management in Banking and Regulation
    • [E2597] Asset Pricing and Security Valuation
    • [C2137] Web and Social Media Analytics
    • [E2611] Total Quality and Performance Management
    • [C2132] E-Commerce
    • [EMBA02] Marketing Research
    • [EM559] Business Consulting

Semester 4

  • [BE-THESIS-120] [30 ECTS] Master Thesis
    This module enables students to transfer their research skills and knowledge and to do the most complex task- writing their master thesis. The module aims to be fully practical and students to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to approach writing the thesis. The module has unique return result-to enable students to write the master thesis with minimal difficulties, and with maximum efficiency. The course aims to improve research techniques and style of writing the paper, taking into account the prevention of the usage of illegal means, such as plagiarism and infringement of copyright, which are prohibited by the Statute of SEEU.
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