Bachelor in Management

General

Program Description

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Objectives

The program offers students various opportunities for developing skills in different areas of activities relevant to the contemporary business environment. It provides both a theoretical and practical approach to the main business concepts for successful and effective management, familiarizing students with state-of-the-art concepts, methods, and techniques from the management field. Students have the chance to develop essential abilities and competencies in managing the challenges faced by companies in the 21st century. Students can develop both general and specific competencies which give them the opportunity to perform in both managerial and non-managerial positions. The Management program is developed according to the main European and North American standards; consequently, a graduate may easily continue studies in any national or international university.

Contents and structure

Considering its structure, the role of the program is threefold. Firstly, it includes a general approach of the economic environment through basic courses, secondly, it brings an introductory perspective to management, and thirdly it details some very specific management subjects presenting various and important aspects of operations within companies. The first three semesters offer a broad and general perspective over the business principles and provide orientation for the last three, dedicated mainly to management topics. The last three semesters include various management courses, all related to different relevant business activities. They offer a more specific approach to management and develop competencies to plan, organize, lead, and control management activities in various economic sectors.

Career perspectives

The program includes a mandatory internship program that helps students develop a practical view over the business environment, the internship being flexible, while foreign companies based abroad can also be chosen for the internship if required. The graduates are trained to perform in various jobs, in both managerial and non-managerial positions, in manufacturing or service companies or in public institutions. The program provides students with competencies and abilities needed to succeed in the labor market, possible jobs including economist, management consultant, project manager, human resource manager, operations manager, quality manager, economic researcher in management, bank manager, logistics planner, customer service representative, etc.

International perspectives

International perspectives are enhanced by the similarities with other curricula in universities around the world in the field of management. Thus, graduates have different opportunities to continue the studies, in management or in other business areas. The program gives students opportunities to interact with people from different cultures and to develop a better understanding of the global business environment. Also, there is a large number of Erasmus and other exchange programs available, creating opportunities for studying abroad. Moreover, professors from abroad are frequently invited to give lectures for the program’s students.

Curriculum

1st Semester (30 credits)

  • Microeconomics
  • European Economics
  • Mathematics Applied to Economics
  • Management
  • Public Finance
  • Fundamentals of Services
  • Modern Language Applied to Business (French, German, Italian, or Spanish)
  • Physical Education

2nd Semester (30 credits)

  • Macroeconomics
  • Financial and Actuarial Mathematics
  • Basic Accounting
  • IT for Business
  • Basic Marketing
  • Business Law
  • Modern Language Applied to Business (French, German, Italian, or Spanish)
  • Physical Education

3rd Semester (30 credits)

  • Financial Accounting
  • Corporate Finance
  • Databases and Programs
  • Descriptive Statistics
  • Business Ethics
  • Modern Language Applied to Business (French, German, Italian, or Spanish)
  • Elective Course 1 from:
    • Economic History
    • Economic Doctrines
    • Taxation
    • Introduction to Computer Programming
    • Corporate Management
    • Introduction to Scientific Research Methodology
    • Logics

4th Semester (30 credits)

  • Production Management
  • Comparative Management
  • Investments Management
  • Services Management
  • Commodities Study and Quality Assurance
  • Internship - Production and Services Management
  • Applied Specialized Language (French, German, Italian, or Spanish)
  • Elective Course 2 from:
    • International Shipping
    • International Management
    • Management Accounting
    • Agrotourism
    • Behavioral Economics
    • Introduction to International Economic and Diplomatic Practice
    • Insurance
    • Algorithms and Data Structures
    • Consumer Behavior
    • Inferential Statistics
    • Demography
    • Politology

5th Semester (30 credits)

  • Strategic Management
  • Labor Management
  • Logistics
  • Marketing Policies
  • Operations Management
  • Elective Course 3 from:
    • Project Management
    • Controlling
    • Commerce Marketing
    • Agricultural and Rural Development Policies
    • Economics and Regional Development Policies
    • Programming and Development Environments
    • Economic Forecasting
    • Economic Sociology
  • Elective Course 4 from:
    • Management in Commerce and Tourism
    • Business Simulation
    • Career Management
    • Non-Profit Organizations Management
    • Business Valuation
    • Environmental Communication
    • Services Marketing
    • Basic Econometrics
    • Business Communication (French, German, Italian, or Spanish)

6th Semester (30 credits)

  • Human Resource Management
  • Purchasing Management
  • Total Quality Management
  • Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Management
  • Elaboration of Graduation Thesis
  • Elective Course 5 from:
    • Human Behavior in Organizations
    • Managerial Training Methods
    • Public Services Management
    • Sustainable Management in Tourism
    • Financial Reporting
    • Environmental Management
    • Waste Management
    • Financing Direct Investments
    • Merchandising
    • Elements of Games Theory
  • Elective Course 6 from:
    • Financial Control and Audit
    • International Tourism
    • International Economic Transactions
    • Financial Markets
    • Management Information Systems
    • Promotion Tools and Techniques
    • Econometric Modelling
    • Business Communication (French, German, Italian, or Spanish)


For more information, including admission, go to
https://econ.ubbcluj.ro/international

Last updated Aug 2020

About the School

Babeş-Bolyai University (UBB) is currently the largest Romanian university, hosting around 47.000 students enrolled in Bachelor, Master or Ph.D. programs in the 2019-2020 academic year. The Faculty of ... Read More

Babeş-Bolyai University (UBB) is currently the largest Romanian university, hosting around 47.000 students enrolled in Bachelor, Master or Ph.D. programs in the 2019-2020 academic year. The Faculty of Economics and Business Administration (FSEGA) of UBB is the best Romanian higher education institution in Economics and Business. Read less