Search Part time Bachelor Programs in Administration in Częstochowa Poland 2019/2020
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In an administration program, students may often choose to major in public or business administration. Within these areas, some students specialize in accounting, design management and international business or public relations.
Czestochowa is not only known for Pauline monastery of Jasna Góra but is also well recognized for its educational facilities. Częstochowa University of Technology, Jan Długosz University, Polonia University and Wyższa Szkoła Hotelarstwa i Turystyki are among the top ranked institutions of the country.
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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 Sc
Bachelor in Administration
First-cycle studies (3 years) in the full-time and extramural system:
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.
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.