Bachelor in Administration

General

Program Description

Bachelor in Administration

First-cycle studies (3 years) in the full-time and extramural system:

  • Public Administration
  • Economic Administration
  • Judicial Administration
  • European and International Administration
  • Real Estate Administration
  • Administrative Personnel Management

A graduation diploma confirming the completion of the first-cycle enables students to start the second-cycle studies for an MA degree in Administration; Law; Political Science and other post-graduate fields of study.

Curriculum

Studies in Administration provide students with the necessary knowledge, expertise, and competence in various areas of administration. The study develops:

  • knowledge of the functions of public administration, the mechanisms of business operations and their mutual influence, as well as the mechanisms concerning regional development,
  • management skills for professional management of the local government administration and the development of a local economy,
  • graduates are particularly well-prepared for taking decisions within the judicial and legal services.
  • Graduates have a basic economic knowledge which can be broadened when they take up the Second-cycle Studies in Economics at the University.

Future Work Perspectives

Graduates, because of solid theoretical knowledge and obligatory practical experience, are prepared to work at the mid-level of management in public administration or business, for example:

  • Public Administration (government and local government administration)
  • State and private companies
  • Consulting companies
  • Non-governmental institutions which cooperate with Public Administration
  • International organizations and the European Union
  • Judicial Administration
  • Penology
  • Law consultancy

Additional Advantages

  • Students become familiar with technical legal terminology,
  • they acquire the abilities necessary in administrative and social contacts,
  • they obtain the skills necessary to conduct trade conversations and negotiations, and
  • Graduates know one foreign language at the B2 level (according to the Council of Europe: Common European Framework of Reference and Languages.)


Students may study one of the following languages: English, French, Spanish, German and Italian. The Erasmus Program allows students to study in abroad (in the EU), or because of our bilateral agreements, they can study in Canada, Mexico or Thailand. ECTS, the European Credit Transfer System, allows for the transfer of credits so that students may continue their studies at other universities in various countries.

Additional Certificates possible are:

  • International Language Certificates: LCCI, CCIP, ZDfB, DELE
  • Computer Science Certificates


Polonia University offers students the possibility to study at two faculties at the same time, for example Administration + Philosophy/Economics/Philology

Last updated February 2018

About the School

Polonia University is connected with the Studium Generale, a Paulinian university established by a papal edict on April 3, 1671, for the monastery at Jasna Góra. Theological and philosophical doctora ... Read More

Polonia University is connected with the Studium Generale, a Paulinian university established by a papal edict on April 3, 1671, for the monastery at Jasna Góra. Theological and philosophical doctoral degrees were awarded by the Studium Generale, and during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, some 120 scholars received degrees. The antiquity of ‘The Library’ at Jasna Góra lays the foundation for the school’s high standards. There are more than 13,000 old, precious volumes, categorized into eighteen disciplines, including among others: Medicine; Mathematics; Law; Literature; History. Unfortunately, from October 14, 1857, during the time of the Later Partitions of Poland, the Studium Generale was suspended. But in 1992, with the advent of the Third Republic of Poland, and in accordance with the Higher Education Act of September 12, 1992, the University of Foreign Languages and Economics was founded. From Jasna Góra, the Paulines’ Vice-General became the newly formed institution’s, Grand Chancellor. The school had three faculties: Humanities; Economics and Management; Law and Administration. UFLE offered twenty-five different types of undergraduate study and seventeen possibilities for postgraduate study. For ten years, students were graduated from UFLE with BA and MA degrees. Then on July 19, 2001, with the decision of the Minister of Education, the University of Foreign Languages and Economics became Polonia University. Before UFLE became Polonia University, over five thousand students had matriculated and the staff of the various faculties had engaged in both short and long-term research. There was participation in international projects, funded by the European Union and others. Today the development of the international scientific and didactic exchange continues its great expansion, thanks to the well-organized cooperation Polonia University enjoys abroad with seventy-eight institutions of higher learning. Both students and faculty have had signed contracts with universities and colleges abroad. The White Eagle, in the tradition of 1919, became the emblem for Polonia University at Częstochowa. The eagle wears a crown topped by a cross and holds in its talons branches of laurel and palm, the symbols of glory, honor, victory, and perseverance. Emblazoned upon its breast is a representation of our university’s patroness, Our Lady of Częstochowa at Jasna Góra. Sapientia Aedificavit Sibi Domum - Wisdom Has Built This House - was taken as the motto for our school; it is the Studium Generale maxim on the vault of the eighteenth-century library at Jasna Góra. Read less