Part time Bachelor Degree in Business Studies in Klaipeda in Lithuania

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Bachelor degrees from accredited colleges and universities can be important stepping-stones toward a successful career.The most common type of undergraduate program is a bachelor's degree, usually awarded after four years of successful study

Business, Economics and Administration degrees will be related to the behaviour of resources in diverse types of environments. Students can expect to learn about the workings of markets in different levels, such as local economies or international trade; or can learn to be organizational leaders seeking to improve a corporation’s revenue, profit or image.

Lithuania, officially the Republic of Lithuania is a country in Northern Europe, the largest of the three Baltic states. It is situated along the southeastern shore of the Baltic Sea, to the east of Sweden and Denmark. More than 90% of Lithuanians speak at least one foreign language and half of the population speaks two foreign languages, mostly Russian and English.

Situated at the mouth of the Dane River city Klaipeda is the third largest city in Lithuania with high standard education system. Klaipeda educational institutions aim to offer worthy educational services in liberal sciences and arts through reputed universities such as LLC International University and Klaipėdos Universitetas.

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Bachelor in Contemporary Communication

LCC International University
Campus Part time 3.5 - 4 years September 2017 Lithuania Klaipeda

Through training in oral, written, and visual communication, media and technology systems, interpersonal communication and negotiation, persuasion, and leadership, the Contemporary Communication program develops competent and ethical communicators who lead transformation in public, private, and social enterprise, utilizing the inter-related media of today’s global environment. [+]

Part time Bachelors in Business Studies in Klaipeda in Lithuania. Mission Statement Through training in oral, written, and visual communication, media and technology systems, interpersonal communication and negotiation, persuasion, and leadership, the Contemporary Communication program develops competent and ethical communicators who lead transformation in public, private, and social enterprise, utilizing the inter-related media of today’s global environment. Program Aims and Student Learning Outcomes Program Aim 1: Interpersonal Communication: Students cultivate the communication skills needed for careers in the public, private, and non-governmental sectors, including interpersonal, cross-cultural, and negotiation skills as well as leadership and team building capacities. 1.1 Students display interpersonal skills that reflect respect and empathy. They are able to assess and determine shared goals, negotiate in order to build support, and communicate for influence toward positive change. 1.2: Through application of communication knowledge in the extensive use of group projects, students develop the communication skills necessary to work effectively with stakeholders from various organizational roles in order to establish the patterns of alignment needed for strategic initiatives. 1.3: Students demonstrate understanding of their own culture and the cultures of others. They indicate appreciation for functional and cultural diversity and the role these play in communication that produces innovative solutions to tangible problems. 1.4: Students understand the historical development and current theory of communication and use that knowledge to identify current and future trends in communication. Program Aim 2: Communication for Leadership: Students gain an extensive understanding of the relevance and role of communication systems, including a framework of Christian ethics, for transformational leadership in response to societal needs. 2.1: Students indicate readiness for immersion in diverse environments characterized by functional and cultural differences. They demonstrate the communication and collaborative skills needed for leadership toward positive and holistic change. 2.2: Students develop cultural sensitivity and personal leadership empathy and learn how to communicate these values skillfully in order to be prepared for effective management and workplace influence and conflict resolution. 2.3: Students develop an understanding of contemporary communication challenges and opportunities through the lens of social change. They demonstrate the importance of principled innovation and the role that communication plays in transformation initiatives. 2.4: Students demonstrate the ability to select and synthesize communication solutions based on analysis of current societal needs and application of professional ethics and Christian worldview. 2.5: Students learn how to influence institutions in all sectors through best-practice communication demonstrating knowledge and understanding of the role of government and legal frameworks. Program Aim 3: Identifying the Change Opportunities: Students develop their ability to engage relevant and appropriate communication as they identify change opportunities. They utilize communication approaches based on their ability to perform analysis and data collection, including market research, and select media development strategies. 3.1: Students successfully identify the needs and characteristics of their audience. They possess a strong understanding of project feasibility and strategic communication approaches through market research and stakeholder analysis. 3.2: Students develop critical thinking through learning frameworks behind communication systems and practical application in pursuit of lifelong learning. 3.3: Students apply communication software development methodologies to analyze problems, define accurate project requirements, and identify transformation opportunities. 3.4: Students demonstrate knowledge of copyright and proper attribution and usage in the application of communication alternatives. They indicate that they understand the critical role of research and utilize action research as a means to bring about social change. Program Aim 4: Building Communication Solutions: Students develop strong oral, written, and visual communication competencies, emphasizing branding, integrated marketing, corporate presentations, and media releases. 4.1: Students develop their ability to effectively and directly communicate diverse concepts to a target audience in a user-centered manner. As a foundation for all communication, they possess strong writing and speaking skills. 4.2: Students demonstrate their ability to enhance communication through skilled use of technology. Students build presentation skills for corporate settings and social scenarios. 4.3: Students gain the ability to organize and construct papers, reports, proposals and other deliverables. 4.4: Students gain an understanding of visual design and the ability to realize usable designs and interfaces. 4.5: Students learn to adapt a central message to a broad range of media. 4.6 Students learn to synthesize solutions to unique, multi-cultural problems across multiple disciplines through use of agile and traditional waterfall methods. Career Opportunities A graduate in Contemporary Communication is prepared for further studies in communication and information sciences as well as other programs in social sciences and humanities. A graduate may seek employment as communications or public relations specialists, system and network designers and analysts, information and project managers in private or public sector, various agencies, foundations and associations, non-governmental organizations, public relations companies, and information service providers. A graduate in PR is prepared for career in publishing, information services, advertisement, sales, and media as account director, manager, development officer, media coordinator, marketing communications director, technical writer, social media specialist. A graduate in ICT is prepared for career as analyst, project/systems/operations/information manager, communications specialist, solutions architect, technical writer. A graduate will be able to engage in strategic planning of organizations, develop communication strategies and manage organizational image and reputation. A graduate will also be able to apply negotiation and problem solving skills in sales and marketing roles. A graduate is also prepared for any career which requires a broad-based liberal arts education. Major The major in Contemporary Communication consists of 165 credits (135 required (including 15 practicum credits) and 30 module within major credits). [-]

Bachelor in International Business Administration

LCC International University
Campus Part time 3.5 - 4 years September 2017 Lithuania Klaipeda

The International Business Administration program provides a rigorous education in the concepts and skills of business within a Christian liberal arts environment. [+]

Mission Statement The International Business Administration program provides a rigorous education in the concepts and skills of business within a Christian liberal arts environment. Our graduates will be well versed in the various disciplines of business and the moral/ethical issues of the day, thus preparing them to bring their values and skills to bear on practices in Lithuania or their relevant community. Why Study Business at LCC? Do you want to be prepared to work in today’s fast-paced business environment? The breadth and format of LCC’s International business administration program will make this goal a reality for you. Gain an understanding of foundational and advanced business theory. Learn to analyze the changing business environment. Develop skills working in intercultural teams. Then take your theoretical knowledge and apply it in practical ways on and off campus, gaining valuable experience before you graduate. Equipping for Challenges North American and Lithuanian faculty work together to give you an education that will bridge the gap between the two different traditions of enterprise–those of the East and of the West. The expansion of the European Union is coming quickly. As the Eastern European community seeks integration, relationships with foreign partners become increasingly important. LCC will equip you with the skills needed to not only survive but also to be a step ahead in this transition. You will gain a broad understanding of Western business practices and learn to adapt these to the local business environment. Our international community of professors and students provides you with the perfect laboratory to prepare for the global economy. More Than Just a Business Because LCC is a Christian institution we seek to educate you not only as a successful business person, but also as a responsible citizen. Our diverse curriculum will help you place business in the context of broader societal issues. We will challenge you to consider how you relate to people, both professionally and personally. We want to provide you with an ethical framework in which to make decisions. You will develop the ability to think about the world more broadly, a skill which is becoming increasingly important in the business environment. But you will also be challenged to think about how you live your life and how to use your abilities to make a difference in today’s society. Making it Real for You LCC provides you with great opportunities to experience the realities of the business world. The Student Business Organization (SBO) and the Career Development Center (CDC) work together to enable you to function successfully even before you get your Bachelor’s degree. The SBO offers you first hand experience working on actual business projects, meeting with representatives of Lithuanian and international companies and organizing professional events and conferences. You will learn to lead diverse teams, as well as become a skilled discussion facilitator and negotiator. With the help of the CDC, you will learn to become everything employers are looking for from writing a job-winning resume to discovering your real talents and strengths. Bonnie Straight, former Business Department chair, shares her vision for business students: “Our purpose is not to train specialists, but to develop skilled business professionals who know how to learn, who work well in teams, who work with integrity and imagination, and who have had practice in analyzing the current business environment and identifying areas of opportunity and threat.” Career Opportunities A graduate in International Business Administration is prepared to pursue graduate studies in a wide range of areas including management, leadership, marketing, economics, entrepreneurship, and international business. A graduate may pursue a career in various types of management and leadership, accounting and finance, marketing and sales, and human resources. A graduate is also equipped to establish a new enterprise. A graduate is prepared for any career which requires a broad-based liberal arts education. Major The major in International Business Administration consists of 165 ECTS credits (129 required and 36 elective credits). [-]