The course Introduction to Business Administration provides students with an overview of the key elements of the field of business administration so she (he) can start to think as a business manager.
Students will be able to:
Understand the complexity that firms are confronted with and the solutions that they can use to deal with this complexity.
Understand the five key parts of business administration include: the environment, planning, organizing, leading, and controlling.
To distinguish different areas of expertise in the field of Business Administration: Direction, Finances, Investments, Business development, Marketing, etc.
Develop analytical skills to identify the links between the functional areas in management, organization, management practices and the business environment.
To identify the role of companies in national and world Economy and how they adapt to different economic situations.
The professional competences acquired by the students will be:
To apply the knowledge acquired to the resolution of real-life problems.
To apply the different basic functions of Business Management in planning, organization, management, and control.
Ability to analyse and develop case studies about companies.