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Introduction:

The Faculty offers the following undergraduate courses: B.Sc in Engineering Management and BA in Management and Business Administration, and in Commerce and Marketing as well as postgraduate programs: M.Sc in Business Development and MA in Teacher of Engineering (Engineering Manager).

The objective of the BA in Management and Business Administration course is to train economic experts who are knowledgeable about economics, social sciences, applied economic sciences and methodology. Students are given the knowledge that will enable them to plan and analyse processes for economic organisations and institutions, as well as manage and organise entrepreneurial activities and processes. In possession of the required sound knowledge, the students can further their studies to a master program, if desired.

Tracks: Marketing, Business Informatics, Business Organiser.

The BA in Commerce and Marketing course aims to train economic experts who are knowledgeable about economics, commerce and marketing and possess all the technical skills and competences in this field. The economic experts are competent in demand based acquisition and marketing of different products and services, organization and management of commercial activities of small and medium sized companies and organisations and also possess sound knowledge in order to continue their studies in the second phase of their training.

The B.Sc in Technical Management course trains Engineering Managers who are equipped with appropriate knowledge in natural and technical science, economic and organisational skills which are needed for the integrated solutions in production and services regarding the material, financial and IT fields as well as human resources. The students are provided a good grounding for theoretical knowledge enabling them to further their studies by applying to enter a PhD programme.

Graduates holding a basic degree in Management and Business Administration, in Commerce and Marketing and in Technical Management are eligible to further their studies on a Master’s degree course in Business Development. Those holding a basic degree in Engineering Management can also carry on with their studies on a Master’s degree course in Teacher of Engineering (Engineering Manager).