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Objectives

Using a complex curriculum, consistent with similar programmes of other European universities, the “Management” study programme provides students with a solid theoretical knowledge basis, as well as with the practical skills useful in the professional life of an economist.

Acquired competences

  • the identification, analysis and management of the elements which define the internal and external environment of an organisation through diagnosis and SWOT analysis;
  • the development and implementation of organisational strategies and policies;
  • the development and implementation of the managerial system and its subsystems (allocation and reallocation of resources and activities);
  • the identification, selection and use of methods of forecasting, organising, coordinating, training and control assessment;
  • making, adopting and implementing decisions for small-scale organisations  (on the whole or partially);
  • using data bases, information and knowledge in applying managerial methods, techniques and procedures;
  • applying the principles, standards and values of professional ethics to one’s own strategy of rigorous, efficient and responsible work;
  • the identification of roles and responsibilities in a multi-specialised team and applying efficient work and relationship techniques to the team;
  • the identification of lifelong learning opportunities and the efficient use of learning techniques and resources for self-development.

Perspectives

At the same time we aim, through curricular and extra-curricular activities, to build or develop our students’ soft-skills which will enable them, at some point, to take a step forward in their career and move up into management, to become not only good managers, but also authentic leaders, or to start up their own business.

Job opportunities

From this perspective, at the end of their studies, the graduates will be able to apply for numerous jobs which will offer real opportunities for building a successful career: management counsellor/ expert/ inspector/ referee/ economist; process improvement specialist; human resources specialist; strategic planning analyst; management consultant; project manager; purchasing manager; product manager; quality management system supervisor; production planning executive; area sales manager; information systems analyst. 

 

CURRICULUM  – Year I

Discipline Code FD
D
S
C
OB
OP
F    
Opt.
0/≥1
C1 S1 L1 P1 CT1 FV1 C2 S2 L2 P2 CT2 FV2
OBLIGATORY AND OPTIONAL DISCIPLINES                                
Microeconomics D18MGL101 FD OB 1 2 2     5 E            
Enterprise Economics D18MGL102 S OB 1 2 2     4 E            
 Basics of Accounting  D18MGL103 FD OB 1 2 2     5 E            
Mathematics Applied to Economics D18MGL104 FD OB 1 2 1     5 E            
Basics of Information Technology D18MGL105 FD OB 1 1   2   5 E            
Business Law D18MGL106 FD OB 1 2       4 V            
Foreign Language 1 D18MGL107 FD OB 1   2     2 V            
Physical Education 1 D18MGL108 C OB 1   1'     1* A/R            
Macroeconomics D18MGL209 FD OB 1             2 1     5 E
Management D18MGL210 FD OB 1             2 2     5 E
Public Finance D18MGL211 FD OB 1             2 1     5 E
Financial Accounting D18MGL212 D OB 1             2 2     4 E
Statistics D18MGL213 FD OB 1             2 2     5 E
Economic Informatics D18MGL214 D OB 1             2   2   4 V
Foreign Language 2 D18MGL215 C OB 1               2     2 V
Physical Education 2 D18MGL216 C OB 1               1'     1* A/R
T O T A L         11 9 2 0 30   12 10 2 0 30  
                                 
 FACULTATIVE DISCIPLINES                                
Initial Training Practice D18MGL117 C F 1       ### 5 V            
Elements of Computational Mathematics D18MGL118 C F 1 2 0     3 V            
Business Etiquette and Protocol D18MGL219 C F 1             2 0     3 V
                                 
Educational Psychology (DPPD) D14MP1SL101 FD F 1 2 2     5 E            
Fundamentals of Pedagogy. Theory and methodology of curriculum. (DPPD) D14MP1SL202 FD F 1             2 2     5 E
T O T A L         4 2 0 8,6 13   4 2 0 0 8  

 

CURRICULUM  – Year II

Discipline Code FD
D
S
C
OB
OP
F    
Opt.
0/≥1
C1 S1 L1 P1 CT1 FV1 C2 S2 L2 P2 CT2 FV2
OBLIGATORY AND OPTIONAL DISCIPLINES                                
Marketing D18MGL320 FD OB 1 2 1     5 E            
Accounting and Financial Reporting D18MGL321 D OB 1 2 2     5 E            
Financial Inventory of Enterprise D18MGL322 D OB 1 2 2     5 E            
Business Communication and Negotiation D18MGL323 D OB 1 2 2     4 E            
IT Systems in Economics  D18MGL324 S OB 1 2   1   5 E            
European Economy D18MGL325 FD OB 1 2 1     4 V            
Foreign Language 3 D18MGL326 C OB 1   2     2 V            
Physical Education 3 D18MGL327 C OB 1   1'     1* A/R            
SME Management D18MGL428 D OB 1             2 2     5 E
Quality Management D18MGL429 D OB 1             2 2     5 E
Logistics D18MGL430 D OB 1             2 2     4 E
Business Ethics D18MGL431 D OB 1             2 2     5 E
Enterprise Credit  D18MGL432 D OB 1             2 1     5 E
1.Inventory Accounting  D18MGL433 S OP 1             2 1     3 V
2. Managerial Accounting  D18MGL434 S OP 0             2 1     3 V
3. Audit D18MGL435                   2 1     3 V
Physical Education 4 D18MGL436 C OB 1               1'     1* A/R
Internship (3 weeks- 84 hours) D18MGL437 S OB 2                   7,63 3 V
T O T A L         12 10 1 0 30   12 10 0 0 30  
                                 
 FACULTATIVE DISCIPLINES                              
Internship D18MGL338 C F 1       6 3 V            
Creativity Technics D18MGL439 C F 1             2       3 V
                                 
Theory and Methodology of Teaching. Theory and Methodology of Assessment (DPPD) D14MP1CL103 FD F 1 2 2     5 E            
Didactics (DPPD) D14MP1CL204 S F 1             2 2     5 E
T O T A L         2 2 0 6 8   4 2 0 0 8  

 

CURRICULUM  – Year III

Discipline Code FD
D
S
C
OB
OP
F    
Opt.
0/≥1
C1 S1 L1 P1 CT1 FV1 C2 S2 L2 P2 CT2 FV2
OBLIGATORY AND OPTIONAL DISCIPLINES                                
Service Management D18MGL540 D OB 1 2 1     4 E            
Purchaising Management  D18MGL541 D OB 1 2 1     5 E            
Commercial Correspondance in a Foreign Language D18MGL542 C OB 1 2 1     5 E            
Production Management D18MGL543 S OB 1 2 1     4 E            
Economic-Financial Analysis D18MGL544 D OB 1 2 2     5 E            
1. Public Management  D18MGL545 S OP 1 1 2     4 V            
2. Consumer Behaviour  D18MGL546 S OP 0 1 2     4 V            
1.Integrated Marketing Communication D18MGL547 D OP 1 2 2     3 V            
2. Logistics Management D18MGL548 D OP 0 2 2     3 V            
Project Management D18MGL649 S OB 1             2 2     3 E
Enterprise Strategy D18MGL650 D OB 1             2 2     4 E
Sales Management D18MGL651 D OP 1             2 2     3 E
Human Resources Management D18MGL652 S OB 1             2 2     4 E
Managerial Simulations  D18MGL653 S OB 1                 2   3 V
1. Comparative Management  D18MGL654 S OP 1             2 2     3 E
2. International Management D18MGL655 S OP 0             2 2     3 E
Elaboration of Diploma Thesis D18MGL656 S OB 2                   4 10 V
T O T A L         13 10 0 0 30   10 10 2 0 30  
                                 
 FACULTATIVE DISCIPLINES                              
 Personal Finance D18MGL557 C F 1 2       3 V            
                                 
Computer-assisted training (DPPD) D14MP1CL107 S F 1 1 1     2 C            
Pedagogical Practice in the obligatory public education system (DPPD) D14MP1CL109 S F 1       3 3 C            
Class Management (DPPD) D14MP1CL208 FD F 1             1 1     3 E
Pedagogical Practice in the obligatory public education system (DPPD) D14MP1CL209 S F 1                   3 2 C
T O T A L         3 1 0 3 8   1 1 0 3 5  
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