International Masters in Management
Knowledge and comprehension at a level which: holding on to the knowledge level of the 1st cycle, can develop and deepen; enable and constitutes the basis of development and or original applications, in many cases in context.
Application of knowledge and understanding, solve problems in new and unfamiliar situations, in broad contexts, although related to the economy.
Ability to integrate knowledge, dealing with complex issues, develop solutions or issue judgments in situations of limited or incomplete information, including reflections on the ethical and social implications and responsibilities arising out of this solutions and these judgments or condition.
Communicate findings, knowledge and reasoning underlying them, clearly and without ambiguity.
Have skills which enable them to a lifelong learning, of a self-oriented or autonomous.
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Master (2nd Cycle)
Access to other programs
Access to other cycles of education
The Masters have a minimum duration of 3 semesters of instruction, including a curriculum and a part of project work.
The maximum period for the completion of the master's of 6 academic semesters after the admission to the master's degree. For obtaining the master's degree is required to complete a minimum of 90 ECTS, being the maximum of 120 ECTS, which decompose in: curriculum: Part approval) disciplines in a minimum of 60 ECTS; (b)) Approbation at work: 30 ECTS.
In each semester can be made from subjects up to a maximum of 35 ECTS. During the semester the project Work, the learner can only enroll in courses up to a maximum of 14 ECTS (full or half courses). Master disciplines are worth the following number of credits: Full courses (duration of a semester): 7 ECTS
Half courses (half semester): 3.5 ECTS career Program: 2 ECTS skills development modules: 2 ECTS.
Conditions of admittance
|2365||Global Business Challenges||7|
|2386||Persuasion and Negotiation||7|
|Fall 1st Half|
|2375||Corporate Social Responsibility||3,5|
|2438||Cross-Cultural Issues for Marketing||3,5|
|2389||Customer Relationship Management||3,5|
|2135||Economics of Health and Health Care||3,5|
|2336||Human Resources Management||3,5|
|Fall 2nd Half|
|2436||Change and Process Management||3,5|
|2427||Economics and Management of Tourism Systems||3,5|
|2134||Economics of Education||3,5|
|2257||Futures and Options||3,5|
|2578||Mastering Your Career||2|
|2172||Numerical Methods and MatLab||3,5|
|Spring 1st Half|
|2222||Financial Statement Analysis||3,5|
|2334||Global Human Resources Management||3,5|
|2335||Global Supply Chain Management||3,5|
|2337||Integrated Marketing Communications||3,5|
|2392||Maritime Business and Economics||3,5|
|2400||Organization and Incentives||3,5|
|2355||Sales Force Management & Retailing||3,5|
|2356||Sustainable International Business||3,5|
|Spring 2nd Half|
|2329||Consumer and Managerial Decision Making||3,5|
|2141||Global Energy Markets||3,5|
|2339||International Marketing Strategy||3,5|
|2417||Management of Non-Profit Organizations||3,5|
|2346||Modeling Business Decisions||3,5|
|2348||New Product Development||3,5|