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BA in International Business

Curriculum | Entry requirements | Graduation requirements |

 | Study Abroad | Transfer students

 

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

(Program objectives & Curriculum design)


Major learning outcomes

 

Graduates will:

 

·         understand comprehensive fundamentals in business.

·         demonstrate a good understanding of international economic and business practices.

·         be able to plan and manage international business actions.

·         be able to communicate efficiently in an international environment.

·         be open to foreign cultures and people.

·         be active in and committed to teams they participate in.

·         take responsibility for their work.

·         have a strong sense of autonomy.

 

Program description

 

The degree programme in International Business serves to prepare you for professional careers in companies and institutions that operate internationally. It was was designed for those young candidates who wish to enter an international business career. The aim of the programme is to provide you with practical business knowledge and a range of skills that will equip you to design your international business career. The programme combines studies in the major functions of business, with an international perspective on commercial strategies and operations. The program also considers the social, cultural and political dimensions of global business. Well designed modules, a carefully selected teaching staff and a rigorous quality management system guarantee the high quality of the programme. After completing your studies you will be able to handle a wide variety of tasks and situations in an international, multicultural environment. As a graduate you will be equipped with the adequate knowledge and skills to continue your studies at the Master’s level.

 


Structure of studies

 

Total Academic credits (minimum)

180

Foundation core courses

84

International Business core courses

60

Social Sciences core courses

6

Elective courses

 

International business elective courses

12

Social Science elective courses

6

General elective courses

12

Thesis consultation I. & II.

10

Internship/Placement credits

20

Total Credits (minimum)

210

Remarks:

1 credit =  30 student working hours

 

Program director: Dr. László Kacsirek (laszlo.kacsirek(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu)

Program coordinator and contact: Ms. Emese Boros  (boros.emese(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu)

Last modified: 2018.09.05.