Tomori Pál College

Business Administration and Management (6 + 1 semesters)

You will study here about the basics of economics; processes and trends of the Hungarian economy and the global economy; taxation rules in Hungary; basics of accountancy and finance; economic law; basic skills of submitting applications.

Furnished with these skills, you will be able to start building up your own business or further develop an already existing enterprise. The course provides a general overview of economic processes; therefore it helps you cope with tasks in various fields of the economy.

On this course, you may specialize in the Management of SMEs, Regional Development or Logistics.

 

Name of the BA programme: Business Administration and Management

Level of graduation: baccalaureus, bachelor; in abbreviation: BA

Title of qualification: Economist in Business Administration and Management

Course language: English

Duration of education: 6+1 semesters

ECTS value: 180 + 30 credit

Final exam:

  • A complex oral exam embracing professional subjects 
  • An oral exam in the specialisation subjects
  • Thesis defense

Campuses:

Fees:

  • Tuition fee: 1950 Eur/semester (For International Students)
  • Accommodation fee: 500 Eur/semester

 

 

Course guide:

 

Title of the Course

 Credit 

 Method of assessment. 

1. semester

Microeconomics

Students will study the fundamental economic laws and dynamics based on knowledge in economics and understand the international-level motivations behind the networks and connections of micro economy. The subject offer preparation to the subjects in applied economics.

5

coll

Economic mathematics I

Students will acquire basic knowledge of mathematics, mathematical modelling that contribute to the formation of competencies. They will learn about the necessary concepts through examples system, which will help them with the problem definition, creation, and help them to solve the problems of the necessary models. It also offers an introduction to the necessary modelling capabilities using IT support open-source cloud-based problem solving.

3

coll

Computer science I

The student learns the basic principles of word processing and spreadsheets. This will enable the possession of individual tables in the preparation and knowledge of all types of text documents (math, economics, etc.), in accordance with the improvement, modification. It can handle a high level, used in everyday word processing and spreadsheet programs

2

pract

Marketing

The student gets hold of knowledge, which they can read in the marketing concept of system interfaces with other disciplines and marketing content management. Oversee the purchase decision process and the factors influencing consumer behaviour. The students know and can evaluate a variety of marketing tools, the connections between the devices. It is able to distinguish between the types of marketing organizations, the interpretation of the main strategic marketing guidelines and evaluate marketing performance and control methods applied.

3

pract

Management

The students during the course can get an insight into the theories and practices of management, gains knowledge of the tasks and requirements of leaders in the different levels of the organizations. The presented knowledge give help and a base for the students to become and do well as a managers and decision makers in an organization.

3

pract

History of Economic

The formulation of present economic processes are fundamentally shaped by past events in the economy. Learning these helps us understand changes that take place in the economy of our day.

The course introduces the main phases in the history of the Hungarian economy from the 18th century to the end of the 20th century. The focus is on fundamental processes that significantly shape the formation of the modern economy, major demographic processes, the transformation of agriculture, industrialisation, the building of infrastructure in Hungary.

3

coll

Basic of Law

Students will study the most fundamental information about the establishment of the state and the law and the characteristics of various law systems.

3

coll

Philosophy

The overall goal of the course is to provide knowledge for the students about the most important thoughts of the history of philosophy. The direct goal of course is to enable students to become familiar with their own historical identities and to gain insight into the process in which our current general concepts, ideas and values have developed.

2

coll

Sociology

Students will learn about the basic terms, the most important theories and methodology of sociology while gaining an insight into international issues. They will understand the social implications of culture, individual and social interactions, power structures, social institutions and globalization.

2

coll

P.E. I.

 

-

cri

Foreign Language I

 

-

cri

2. semester

Macroeconomics

The purpose of the subject is to introduce the concepts and methodology elements that support the analysis of the influences of economic policy measures and the understanding of economic events. It also assists the students to understand the system of macro processes, the motivations behind macro processes and the consequences of the activities of macroeconomic actors. The subject offers preparation to the subjects in applied economics.

5

coll

Economic mathematics II

Students will acquire basic knowledge of mathematics, mathematical modelling that contribute to the formation of competencies. Learn about the necessary concepts through examples system, which will help them with the problem definition, creation, and help them to solve the problems of the necessary models. In probability theory, linear algebra and operations research elements of the acquisition, spreadsheet software application is based on developing competencies during the course

5

coll

Computer science II

Students will learn about the digital forms of information and the data in computers and external data sources. Computers in networks. Basic software and applications. Basic operation system instructions in the instruction mode and the graphical mode. Internet services and IT security. World Wide Web information sources on the Internet. New services of WEB 2.0. HTML documents as ASCII documents. Static websites, dynamic websites. HTML special characters, major document tags. CSS style. External style forms.

2

pract

Statistical Science I

The overall goal of the course is to provide knowledge for the students about the most important descriptive statistical methods. Acquire quantitative methods of analysis

5

pract

Economic law

Students will acquire general legal skills and then get an insight into the specific fields of law based on their professional field of education, with a special highlight on company law. The main purpose is to introduce students into the dynamics and logic of economic law regulations.

3

coll

Introduction to Logistics

Logistics is a system approach helping the development of production and service offering and focusing on the practical and theoretical questions of these sunóbjects. Logistics emphasizes the importance of the additional activities of production and services for the proactical experts. The main goal of the course os to teach this overally approach for the sutdents (about transportation, shipment assets, sipply management). It aslo aims to make the students understand the basics of logistic methods (e.g. product distribution planning), specific fields of logistics (storage, material handling, packaging, etc.).

3

pract

Psychology

The overall goal of the course is to provide knowledge for the students about the effects of social behaviour on economic processes. To highlight them the strong connection between the social and economic life. The students understand that the different mode of the social behaviour can influence the economic life. And reverse the economic actors and their decision making in the business life can also influence for example the consumption habits. The students get knowledge about the most important concepts of economic psychology. The student are able to understand the impacts of social behaviour on economic life.

2

coll

Strategic Management

The students get to know strategic modells, the tools of strategic planning and the concept of strategic management. Based on that they will be able to use the comprehensive approach in selection the appropriate goals of the firm. They will be able to evaluate the organisational structure and to decide the directions of development of the organisation.  They will have practical knowledge about strategic controlling, monitoring and incentive systems as well. 

3

pract

P.E. II.

 

-

cri

Foreign Language II

 

-

cri

3. semester

Statistical Science II

The main goal of the course is providing knowledge for students about the theory of sampling. Sampling procedures and some of their typical practical applications. Point and interval estimation of the main characteristics of the population in different sampling modes. The purpose and the thought of the hypothesis. The most important parametric and nonparametric probes. Practical application of time series analysis.

3

pract

Business Economics

The overall goal of the course is to provide knowledge for the students about the company development, international relationships and networks, the social and regional environment of the companies. The course also deals with the issues of corporate management. The course goal is to analyse the corporate management in a global and international context.

5

coll

Environmental Economics

The main goal of the course is providing knowledge for students that enables them to understand the essence of environmental economics and their practical issues.  The course is focusing on the analysis of the environmental issues on global, European and Hungarian aspects as well.

3

pract

Finance I (Macro Finance Process)

The main learning objective of this subject is to give a broad overview on the financial phenomena of the whole economy and especially its financial sector. The subject describes the operation of the financial markets, the circulation of money inthe economy, the working of fiscal and monetary policy. The students will be able to understand the main financial process of the economy.

5

coll

Basics of Accounting

Presentation of basic accounting concepts and accounting basics and transfer of basic knowledge of each financial statement item. The student knows and understands the purpose and philosophy of the Accounting Law, the structure and scope, tasks, areas, requirements of the Accounting Act, accounting principles, reporting obligations and the obligation to book management, the interpretation of economic events and their accounting.

5

coll

Business Communication - Corporate Culture

During the subject the student learns the basics of corporate communication, relationships of business communication and basic concepts of communication theory. They are armed with these skills to be able to interpret verbal and non-verbal communication information. Moreover, they will be able to integrate into business organizations, will be able to handle business situations where the etiquette, protocol and knowledge of business communication is necessary. They will be able to develop cooperation within and outside the organization alike, will be able to work in a team, to organize information flow, to process, interpret and transmits business information. They will be able to harmonize individual goals and objectives of the organization's culture

3

pract

International Economics

Students acquire the basic notion-system, the theory and the methodology of international economics. They get knowledge about the international trade, the notion and measuring of comparative advantages. Students also acquire knowledge regarding the main instruments of regulation of foreign trade, the microeconomic and macroeconomic approaches of international trade. They will know the specialities of market economy which are important in the international economic relations. Students receive a comprehensive knowledge about the international monetary system and the field of policy of economics. They will be able to evaluate the changes which occur in the international economic processes and will be able to sketch theoretic solutions. 

3

coll

Foreign Language III

 

-

cri

4. semester

Introduction to Regional Economics

Students acquire knowledge about the subject, elements, methods and institutions of regional science. They will be able to consider the spatial situation of the economic activities and the main influencing factors. They will also be able to pay attention to the changed role of space and time as well as their effects on the economic processes Students will be able to evaluate the reasons of regional development through both microeconomic and macroeconomic approach. They will be able to interpret and evaluate the problems of land use of businesses, households, as well as the main issues of urban economics.

3

coll

EU Studies

The aim of the course is to acquaint students with the European idea, the history of European integration, to introduce the phases of integration, the series of enlargement and the birth of the European Union. Students learn the institutions of the European Union, its decision-making processes, public policies. The aim is to offer a general view of the European Union as an institution of integration.

3

coll

Management and leadership

During the course the student learns about the basic concepts of leadership and organization and its different levels. They will be able to determine the steps in the process of organizing work, they will be able to identify mistakes and will be able to suggest ways of solving them. Students will learn and be able to evaluate the characteristics of the different forms of organization, and classify the advantages and disadvantages, and will be able to make a decision in organizational matters. They will be able to stand up as a leader, and to interpret and apply modern management trends and techniques.

3

pract

Marketing Management

The goals of the course is to translate the knowledge gained during the basics of marketing course into practical marketing implementations. The analysation of marketing as a method of management permeating the whole company from the strategic planning till the monitoring and feedbacks of the company. The introduction of different marketing strategies, the evaluation of marketing performance and the methods of evaluation to make an effective and working marketing plan.

3

pract

Business Ethics

Students gain knowledge that makes their thinking and problem solving skills more systematic and they become more responsible by learning ethnical norms.

3

pract

Decision Making Theory and Method

During the course the students will gain knowledge about the basic characteristics of decision making and the related disciplines. The course will prepare the students for the recognition of the decision situations in the business life and through practical lessons leads them to the elaboration of the procedurally rationally acceptable leader decisions and situations.

4

pract

Organization Methodology

During the course the students can get an insight to the connections of leadership and management activities. Organization as an activity and as a process is defined during the course. The students can learn the main professional questions of organization and management and they can practice the gained knowledge during project tasks.

2

pract

Information Management

The main goal of the course is to give knowledge to the students about:

  • the definition of information, it characteristics and significance in the life of the organizations
  • defining methods and assets of the information collection of organizations
  • the essence of information management, its tasks and methods 

2

coll

Financial Accounting

The course aims to give knowledge to the students about the accounting settlement rules due to the accounting regulations, about the carding and decrease settlement of assets and liabilities, about the evaluation tasks during the year and at the end of the year, and about the elaboration process of the report.

5

coll

Finance II. (Corporate Finance)

The subject develops theoretical and practical framework for understanding and analysing major financial problems of modern company in market environment. The course covers basic models of valuation of corporate assets and capital, including the concept of present value, the opportunity cost of capital, discounted cash flow analysis, a consortium of valuation techniques, risk and return, capital asset pricing model, capital budgeting, corporate capital structure and financing decisions, dividend policy. It provides necessary knowledge in evaluating different management decisions and its influence on corporate performance and value. The subject is based on case studies, and the learning targets are achieved by solving several practice-oriented examples.

5

pract

Foreign Language IV

 

-

coll

5. semester

Business Foreign Language I

The goal of the course is to give knowledge for the students about the thematic of business life in the chosen foreign language related to the labour market requirements. Thus the students gaining interdisciplinary knowledge will be able to understand and suggest solutions for real economic and business processes. The course prepares the students for being able to use the foreign language as a work assets in international level and in different areas of business life.

3

pract

Production Management

During the course the students will gain knowledge about the basic definitions and coherent process systems of companies. The students will be able to deduct the main questions of production and production management. They will be able to make a difference between the types of the production structures, and the industrial characteristics of manufacture and manufacturing. They can understand and valuate the relation of inventory management and production management, be able to handle the JIT system and understands the principals and process of TQM.

3

pract

Human Resource Management

The course enables the students to identify and understand the social and economic conditions and model of human resource management. The students can get an insight to the essentials and methods of human resource planning, evaluation, development and benchmarking. With understanding the functions of human resource management and its relations the students will be able to measure the most important decision factors in a decision related to several human functions, and to draft the specific preparatory methods of decision. The students will be able to understand and evaluate the question of change management.

3

coll

Public Management

The main goal of the course is to introduce the basic theories and methods in public management. The course focuses on the main knowledge of public management theories, introduces the different types of management models and methods and implementation process. During the public management course students will be introduced to the planning, services and the arrangement of socially organized joint tasks. 

2

pract

Management of Value Creation Processes

Expectation from students to be able to design, organize, direct and control the complex logistics system. To do this, it is essential that they have the ability to review the corporate logistics function on a strategic and managerial viewpoint based on their professional knowledge.

During the course students will be able to interpret and manage logistical challenges, in addition to solving the day-to-day logistic tasks.

4

coll

SMEs in the economy (only for SME management specification)

During the course through and indecent research task the students will gain knowledge about the characteristics of the entrepreneurial thinking and aspects, about the companies generally, their social embeddedness, their economic significance in Hungary and in the EU and in the world. The students will understand the requirements and the tasks of the entrepreneurial friendly economic policy in a historical and macroeconomic aspect. The will also gain knowledge about the entrepreneurial policies of EU member countries and about the challenges which the SME sector faces due to the EU integration and globalization.

5

coll

SME management (only for SME management specification)

During the course the students will gain knowledge about those market mechanism which the SMEs have to face, about the strategic answers of the companies and their main processes, about the role and significance of the different economic actors in the life of companies. The students will have knowledge about the characteristics of the operative leadership of companies, about the actual structure of companies, about the analysation of their strengths and weaknesses and about the performance measurement methods of the companies. The students will understand the role and practices of the e-business, the main characteristics and laws of innovation theories and the practical aspects of their implementation.

5

pract

Financing and Tenders Training (only for SME management specification)

The subject makes a link between the theoretical and practical financial knowledge. Its main goal is to give a knowledge and aspect with which the students can successfully understand and lead the financing and application processes of a small enterprise. The students will gain such knowledge with the course which they can not only use in a small enterprise but in a financing organization (e.g. bank) or in a public institution.

5

pract

Logistic Stategy (only for Logistics specialization)

The main requirement for a person in logistics is to be able to make a complex plan for the entire logistic system and to be able to its management and leadership. For this, it is necesarry to be competent – based on their professional knowledge – in reviewing the logistic function in a staretegic aspect. During the course the students gain knowled which makes them able to solve dayly operative logistic tasks and handle and underestand long term logistic challenges.Without these skills it is not possible to ensure the long term success of a copmany.

5

coll

Distribution System Economics (only for Logistics specialization)

In the course the student understands the most important economic concepts and contexts of the distribution processes in complex logistic systems, in addition to the general and applied economics approach. An essential part of the training of students is to learn about the specific economic rules that characterize complex systems and the methodological basics needed to manage them.

In order to increase the level of performance and methodological efficiency of complex services, distribution processes need to be explored and interpreted to provide opportunities to improve the performance of transport, warehousing, material handling, packaging and unloading training, while saving resources with limited resources and rational management.

5

pract

Purchase - Distribution - Production Logistics (only for Logistics specialization)

In the course of the subject, the student understands the logistic management of the inputs and outputs generated by the chain system between the economic systems, which is a key element of the company's logistics system, because knowledge of these are essential for the logistics.

The aim of this course is to provide students with a professional knowledge of one of the most important areas of logistics, the logistical tasks of production, the relationship between logistics and production, and the planning and management of production.

5

pract

Regional Development (only for Regional development specification)

The students will gain knowledge about the characteristics of the European and Hungarian development and policies, about the practices of European and Hungarian development policies. During the course besides the theoretical background, the students get insight to the practical side of the regional politics.

5

pract

Regional processes in Europe and Hungary (only for Regional development specification)

The students gain knowledge about those corner point and confines of the European history which defined the foundation of the big geographical regions. The students will be able to recognize the regional differences of the common inner markets of the European Community and the European Union. The will be able to understand the answer to spatial disparities. They will learn the basics and theories of regional policy, the regional statistic system and the process of their implementation. They will be able to rate the significance of the Structural Funds, Cohesion Funds and Pre-Accession Funds. The will recognize and will be able to evaluate the national characteristics of the spatial economic processes and their defining correlations. The will be able to understand those natural, social, environmental factors which influence the spatial realization of economic laws. They will be able to evaluate goals and assets of the national regional policy, and the development of its institutional system due to the requirements of the European Union.

5

coll

Methodology of Regional Analysis (only for Regional development specification)

The course gives assets to the students which help them to expansively describe the characteristics of a spatial unit (country, region, county, sub-region, city, etc.). The students will be able to compare the specific spaces in a different aspects, to introduce its similarities and disparities. The will be able to give an explanation to the spatial changes in time frame, using different measuring scales, complex and aggregated indicators and ratios. Besides, the students will be able to use the mapping graphical assets for spatial processes.

5

pract

6. semester

Business Foreign Language II

The goal of the course is to give knowledge for the students about the thematic of business life in the chosen foreign language related to the labour market requirements. Thus the students gaining interdisciplinary knowledge will be able to understand and suggest solutions for real economic and business processes. The course prepares the students for being able to use the foreign language as a work assets in international level and in different areas of business life.

3

pract

Methodology of Economic Analysis and Auditing

The main goal of the course is to make the students understand the necessity of the economic analysis, make them learn the definition, goals and application fields and methods of the economic analysis. The students also learn the steps of implementation of the economic analysis and the analysis of the production preparatory activities. The students have to be able to implement the analysis of production and sales, to solve the analysing tasks of the resources of the company, and to make an overall and complex analysis of the company. The students have to understand the necessity of the evaluation, they have to know the definition, goals and application fields and methods of the evaluation. They have to learn the steps of its implementation, the definition of the supporting certificate principle and discipline and their evaluation. They also need to learn the evaluation of the annual report and the accounting policy, and they have to know the basics of the national evaluation system too.

5

pract

Controlling

The students has to understand the essence of the controlling function and its role in the company. The students have to gain knowledge and have to be able to use the assets of controlling and have to know its subsystems. The students will be able to systematically evaluate the plans and reports of the company, and will be able to indicate an independent opinion about it.

5

pract

Taxation skills (only for SME management specification)

During the course the students will understand the definitions of taxation, will gain insight to the world of taxation law and the main taxes, the characteristics of taxation systems and the rules of taxation in Hungary. The students will learn the most important information about the taxes resulting the biggest incomes and will be able to prepare a tax declaration.

5

pract

International Transactions and Strategies (only for SME management specification)

During the course the students will learn the characteristics, requirements, motivations, advantages and disadvantages of the investments of SMEs in foreign markets. The students will understand the difficulties of entering to a foreign market and the possibilities of the public support. They will learn the professional characteristics and methods (e.g. price definition, financing, communication strategies, etc.) for making the right decision.

5

coll

Business planning for SMEs (only for SME management specification)

Students will gain insight into:

- the characteristics of the domestic business environment,

- create a realistic picture of design tasks related to the founding of a new business, jointly processing and analyzing case studies.

Additionally, they will have the opportunity to practice knowledge-based learning and develop their own business ideas into a feasibility study.

5

pract

Transport and Shipping (only for Logistics specialization)

Transportation - like organizing - is problem-oriented and target-oriented function, and a high-quality practice requires an integrated knowledge of several distinct areas of science (freight, fee-cutting theory, customs law, transport operation, transport economics etc.). In the course students will be familiar with the possibilities of joining knowledge in different subjects in freight forwarding. The subject has a major role in enabling students not only to have abstract knowledge, but to get acquainted with their utilization and the possibilities of interconnection to negotiate them according to certain areas and problems of transport work.

5

coll

Information systems in Logistics (only for Logistics specialization)

The aim of the course is to learn modern computer systems for efficient logistical activities, building on the student's computer science and IT knowledge. This includes knowledge of modern corporate governance systems, their logistics support modules, and specialized logistics targeting systems.

5

pract

Case Studies in Commodity Turnover and Logistics (only for Logistics specialization)

In the course of the subject, students acquire knowledge of the theoretical knowledge through practical examples, in order to gain an insight into their concrete realization and practice in the economic sphere. Case studies present corporate practice examples that enable students to see and evaluate logistical problems at company level in themselves and in a complex way, without this the successful logistical work is unthinkable.

5

pract

Settlement development (only for Regional development specification)

The students will receive complex knowledge about the establishment of the settlement system, its organic (or artificially built) historical development processes. During the course the students will learn the influencing factors of city development (regarding their size and functional structures). In the second part of the course the students will gain knowledge about the definitions of municipalities and the (financial, legal and planning) assets of city development. The course will emphasize the analysis of city development related to regional development.

5

pract

Geography of Tourism (only for Regional development specification)

The students will gain a complex knowledge about the history of tourism, and its continuously increasing importance in the world economy. They will learn the role of geography in tourism, the main goals of global tourism and the significant touristic regions. During the course they will analyse the main economic and social characteristics of tourism, its new trends (e.g. the role of sustainability in tourism). Besides the main trends of the global tourism, the students will learn the situation and trends of European and Hungarian tourism too.

5

pract

Rural development (only for Regional development specification)

The main goal of the course is to make the students gain basic knowledge about the most important social and economic characteristics of the rural regions, about the characteristics and its actual and future challenges of the county. The course will emphasize the development possibilities of the rural regions in the 21st century, their possibilities, capacities and different methods for economic and social development. Student s can learn about the rural development policies in Europe and in Hungary and through case studies they can understand the best practices of rural development in the EU and in Hungary. 

5

coll

Thesis Consultation

 

-

cri

7. semester

Internship

 

20

cri

Thesis Preparation

 

-

cri

Optional Courses

Security Policy

The students get to know the different interpretations, dimensions and fields of scientific investigation of security. They will be familiar with common security and defence policy of the EU, also the practice of cooperation on field of internal and legal issues.  They will also be familiar with changes of security policy of Hungary during the last two decades. They will be able to understand the security challenges, conflicts and international efforts against wars. The students will have their own view on asymmetric warfare, problems of terrorism and activity of international organisations acting against security challenges

4

pract

Corruption and its Economic Implications

The aim of the subject to give a comprehensive knowledge about the phenomena of corruption and political and economic interactions of bribery and harmful effects on economy and society. The main issues of this subject: definition, typology of corruption, causes, fight against destructive effects of corruption at national and international levels. The Conventions of international organisations, actions, results of the joint struggle against corruption.

3

pract

Argumentation Theory and Techniques

The aim of the course is to enable students to understand the theoretical rules of reading comprehension and reading in the field of communication and to apply them in practice. During the course, the student gains insights into the ancient rhetorical canons, the history of the Hungarian vocalist, and then becomes familiar with the basic elements of modern argumentation theory and methodology. You can master the theory through a number of exercises and make it useful for your own further learning and scientific activities.

4

pract

Protection of Economy

Students will learn about the nature of crime, its causes, prevention tools and methods through the perspective of criminology. They will acquire information about the various types of activities violating the economic order, the criminal characteristics of economic crime and the legal tools and methods of economic crime prevention.

3

pract

Career Building

The student learns the way of and possibility for career building successfully as well as the marketing type of job search. Participants of the course will be able to estimate and apply the combination of skills, personal traits and professional knowledge. Students will be enabled to write a high-quality CV by learning special skills and will be prepared for an oral job interview situation. Equipped with all this knowledge, students will be able to find hard-to-find job opportunities as crucial bases for career building.

4

pract

Economics of Culture

The students will understand the connection of culture and economics, the characteristics of cultural products, the forms of institutes in the cultural sector. The students will be able to understand the function of the cultural capital and the effect of globalization on the national cultures. The students will be able to understand the positive and negative aspects of the national culture. They will be able to form their opinion about the community forming and information transferring role of media culture, and about the effects of digital culture.

3

pract

Basics of Quality Management

The aim of the course is to enable students to get acquainted with the quality management principles. They get an overview of the development periods of the quality systems and the depth required for the management decisions are familiar with the basics of TQM and corporate quality management systems (ISO 9000). They also learn about the different forms, methods and techniques of quality management systems.

3

pract

International Organisations and Institutions

The main goal of the course is to give knowledge about the main international organization founded by the countries, and based on the literature to organize the international institutions. The goal of the course is to highlight the rights and responsibilities of states as the members of the international organizations, thus the questions related to national sovereignty. During the course we wish to gain the attention of students to the actual activities of the international organizations, and to give them a professional base to the independent evaluation of its management.

3

pract

Project and Team Management

The main goal of the course is to introduce the basic theories, methods and practical implementation fields of project management and human resource team management. The course focuses on the main knowledge of project management theories, introduces the different types of management methods of project planning and implementation process. Complementing project management theories, the course also introduces the basics of human resource team management and combining it with project management organizational knowledge. During the seminars, students can practice theoretical knowledge during the implementation of a real project and several project tasks.

4

pract

Fight against Money Laundering

Students will learn about the concept and practices of money laundering. They will also gain an insight into the regulations of various states including countries in Europe and America to fight money laundering.

3

pract

Social and Economic Geography: Europe and the Global World

During the course the students will learn about the usual, sectoral and regional aspects of social and economic geography, and about the recent working mechanism of the world economy. The students will be able to understand and differentiate the countries of the world by their development and income level. They will understand and evaluate the actual processes and influencing factors of the economic life and the world economy. They will be able to form an overall picture about the global state and role of Europe.

3

pract

Customs Union and Customs Policy

The aims of the course to introduce the EU as customs union: EU as one customs territory, inside in the internal market the free movements of goods and services are guaranteed and with the non-EU countries common customs policy is applied. The students learn the EU’s customs policy’s aims, main measures and institutions. They understand the relations between the EU regulations and the related national regulations.

3

pract

 

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Method of assessment:

coll - Collocvium (exam grade)

pract - Practical grade

cri - Criterion subject