Curriculum

Course Code Course Name Credit Theoretical Lab/Practical ECTS
ECON501 ADVANCED MICROECONOMIC THEORY 3 3 0
ECON502 ADVANCED MACROECONOMIC THEORY 3 3 0
ECON5X1 ELECTIVE 3 3 0
ECON5X2 ELECTIVE 3 3 0
Course Code Course Name Credit Theoretical Lab/Practical ECTS
ECON580 TERM PROJECT 0 0 0 0
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ECON5X3 ELECTIVE 3 3 0
ECON5X4 ELECTIVE 3 3 0
ECON5X5 ELECTIVE 3 3 0
ECON5X6 ELECTIVE 3 3 0
ECON5X7 ELECTIVE 3 3 0
Course Code Course Name Credit Theoretical Lab/Practical ECTS
BUSN532 MARKETING STRATEGIES 3 3 0 8
This course is concerned with helping managers identify, select and implement strategies that would make their organizations more competitive in the marketplace. These strategies encompass decisions such as which "products" their firm offers and chooses not to offer, by the markets it seeks to serve and not serve, by the competitors it chooses to compete with and to avoid, and the level of vertical and horizontal integration it considers as optimal for all of its stakeholders. Specific ways to compete in the chosen "markets" will usually be characterized by one or more functional strategies such as product line strategy, positioning strategy, pricing strategy, distribution strategy, segmentation strategy, manufacturing strategy, information technology strategy, and global strategy. The intent of this course is to provide decision makers with concepts, methods and procedures by which they can improve the quality of their strategic (marketing management) decision-making.
BUSN521 BUSINESS ECONOMICS 3 3 0
BUSN553 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS 3 3 0
BUSN515 RESEARCH METHODS 3 3 0
BUSN513 ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT 3 3 0 8
This course is structured to inform the MBA students about contemporary applications of management. With this basic approach the topics include knowledge society and organizations, information technologies, globalization and organizations, TQM, core competence, outsourcing, hybrid, organizations, downsizing, sub – contracting, lean organizations and cluster organizations. This course examines organizational theory, practice and learning in the context of rapidly changing competitive and economic environments. Strategies and tactics for growth and performance improvement are explored. This course covers issues of current relevance, including social networks, knowledge management, innovation, organizational learning and design thinking.
ECON515 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS 3 3 0
ECON505 BUSINESS ECONOMICS 3 3 0
ECON520 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 3 3 0
This course introduces the concept of sustainable development at different geographical scales (local, national and international). It aims to explore the origin, goals, and challenges of sustainable development. The course will begin by analyzing the history of development and globalization projects using a cross-cultural perspective that considers social and environmental impacts outlining some key challenges, including reduction of poverty and sustaining the earth’s ecological integrity. As such, it deals with production, distribution, and consumption of natural resources as the principal determinants of sustainable development. The degree to which global market capitalism, subsistence, and other production systems have been, or currently are, sustainable over the long term will be explored. Moreover, environmental assessment policies and tools, indicators of sustainable development, and related social institutions are considered.
BUSN595 TECHNIQUES FOR STATISTICAL ANALYSIS 3 3 0
BUSN512 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 3 3 0 7
Managing human capital in the new economy is a challenge all business professionals face. This course addresses that challenge by retaining its unique orientation to overall practicality and real-world application incorporating technology, teams and virtual learning methods. Practical tips and suggestions provide effective ways of dealing with problems in communication, leadership, discipline, performance appraisal, labor relations, and compensation administration.
EMNT501 PRODUCTION PLANNING AND SCHEDULING 3 3 0
BUSN509 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT 3 3 0 7
Designed to help the participants gain a better understanding of some of the most critical issues in the field of strategic management today. The issues addressed include: understanding some of the principal driving forces that will shape the future of international competition; the central role of corporate purpose to strategy in individual firms; the role of capital markets and corporate financial policies in shaping a firm's competitiveness in global markets; the identification of appropriate boundaries for a firm, including strategic alliances and the degree of diversification; the future of the implicit “contract” between employees and the corporation, and its implications for the meaning people find in their work and for the creation of knowledge-based competitive advantages; and the future evolution of corporate governance (particularly the role of boards of directors and institutional shareholders).
BUSN566 ORGANIZATION BEHAVIOUR 3 3 0 7
The aim of the course is to provide students with a basic concepts related to organizational behavior and show them how individual and group behavior is important for the management of an organization.
INBA501 MONETARY POLICY AND ROLE OF CENTRAL BANK 3 3 0
Financial Markets, Banking, and Monetary Policy provides a comprehensive introduction to the financial system, including the markets, institutions, and mechanisms of finance, as well as the role of the central bank and monetary policy. The economic principles underlying finance are woven through the chapters, and the course includes an insightful introduction into the causes of and responses to the recent financial crisis. After the completion of this course students will have detailed information regarding the following topics; Overview of the Financial System, The Special Role of Commercial Banks, The Pricing of Financial Assets, Factors Affecting Yields, Principles of Portfolio Selection and Efficient Markets, The Money Market, The Bond Market, Securitization, The Mortgage Market, The Equity Market, Central Banking and the Federal Reserve, Monetary Policy: The Basics, Monetary Policy: Challenges Faced by Policymakers.
ELTE501 ENGLISH PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY 3 3 0 8
BUSN531 DATA ANALYSIS & COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN MANAGEMENT 3 3 0
ECON510 ECONOMICS OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE 3 3 0
ACFN519 INVESTMENT APPRAISAL 3 3 0 0
This course is devoted to the techniques of cost-benefit analysis of investment projects. The course covers both the analytical techniques as well as their practical applications in decision-making. The course topics will cover financial modeling of investment projects, alternative investment criteria, the role of discounting the time value of money, pre-feasibility and feasibility studies in project appraisal, sensitivity analysis and maintaining consistency between real and nominal prices, inflation rates, exchange rates and interest rates. It will also cover how to determine the optimal scale and timing of investments and how to construct income statements and balance sheets from cash flow projections.
ACFN584 ADVANCED CORPORATE FINANCE 3 3 0 0
The aim of the course is to analyze the primary issues in modern corporate financial theory and practice. The focus will be on the corporate practice (corporate financial policies) that will create value and maximize the wealth of shareholders. We will be concerned with what financial managers do and why, and how the theory of finance explains these behaviors. The course is designed in line with the subject topics covered in the Chartered Financial Analysts (CFA) Exam (Level I). The course studies the essentials of corporate finance with basic theories. It covers time value of money, financial statement analysis, valuing stocks and bonds, capital budgeting, capital structure decisions and cost of capital estimation.
BUSN551 MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES AND ISSUES IN GLOBALISATION 3 3 0 0
MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES AND ISSUES IN GLOBALISATION
EMNT524 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 3 3 0
ENRE527 MODERN ECONOMIC ISSUES IN ENERGY SYSTEMS 3 3 0
EMNT525 RESEARCH METHODS 3 3 0
ACFN516 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENTS 3 3 0 6
Solving issues relating to financial management has become a big problem in our contemporary world for financial managers. To make a difference, this course is purposefully designed to facilitate students’ ability to synthesize and incorporate presented tools into flexible model for curtailing the long existing problem of financial managers. On successful completion of this course, all students will have developed knowledge and understanding of: Project Analysis and Evaluation, Some Lessons from Capital Market History, Return, Risk and the Security Market Line, Cost of Capital, Raising Capital, Financial Leverage and Capital Structure Policy, Dividends and Dividend Policy, Short Term Finance and Planning, Cash and Liquidity Management and Credit and Inventory Management.
ECON503 ECONOMETRICS 3 3 0
ECON509 MONETARY AND FINANCIAL THEORY 3 3 0
INBA502 MODERN THEORY OF BANKING AND FINANCE 3 3 0 6
This course discusses financial governance and explains how financial markets and institutions complement each other. It also identifies the economic forces work within financial systems and explores how they determine system organization.This course also offers a theoretical survey of financial activity and its application to numerous practical situations. Course also explains both static financial system organization and the dynamics of financial system evolution. After the completion of this course students will have detailed information regarding the following topics; Financial System Functions, Financial System Governance, Financial System Organization and Change, Market versus Nonmarket Governance, Market Governance,Intermediation and Internal Governance, Terms of Deals, Pricing Stocks and Bonds, Pricing Derivatives by Arbitrage, Markets with Impediments to Arbitrage Securities, Bond and Mortgage Markets, Markets for Trading Risks, Exchange Rates and Markets, Marketable Securities Portfolios, Nonmarketable Securities Portfolios, Principles of Intermediation, Management Practice: Domestic Institutions, International Banking and Banking Markets.
INBA507 BANK MANAGEMENT 3 3 0 0
This course is an introduction to the modern theory of banking and financial intermediation. Despite their long history and importance, banks do not easily fit into the models that economists typically use. It will examine different modelling approaches, with an emphasis on models based on asymmetric information. We will also study theories of financial instability and regulatory response to instability. After the completion of this course students will have detailed information regarding the following topics; Banking and the Financial Services Industry, Government Policies and Regulation, Analyzing Bank Performance, Managing Noninterest Income and Noninterest Expense, The Performance of Nontraditional Banking Companies, Pricing Fixed-Income Securities, Managing Interest Rate Risk: Earnings Sensitivity, Managing Interest Rate Risk: Duration Gap and Economic Value of Equity, Using Derivatives to Manage Interest Rate Risk, Funding the Bank, Managing Liquidity, The Effective Use of Capital, Overview of Credit Policy and Loan Characteristics, Evaluating Commercial Loan Requests and Managing Credit Risk, Evaluating Consumer Loans, Managing the Investment Portfolio and Global Banking Activities.
INBA503 INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MARKETS & BANKING 3 3 0
The aim of the class is to provide you with an understanding of the financial system and the roles and functions of financial markets and institutions. A particular emphasis is placed on understanding the roles of intermediaries such as banks and investment firms. Will develops an understanding of the various characteristics and roles of fixed income, equity, and foreign exchange markets. While some attention will be given to the global nature of financial markets will be widely discussed. This class aims to equip you with an awareness and understanding of financial markets and institutions in the context of the global economy. Particular emphasis will be placed on the role and contribution of the banking sector. This class covers the reasons for, and nature of, of financial markets and institutions with a particular focus on banking, the global nature of these markets and their regulation.