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Curriculum

The modular structure of our MBA programs allows managers to take a world-class MBA while pursuing their careers. Below, please find an overview of all modules taught during the MBA. Click on the module names for detailed content information.

    • Managing People & Organizations

      Learn theories and frameworks for the analysis of individual, group and organizational behavior. Take decisions and develop action plans on which effective leadership is based. Grasp concepts vital for effective human resource management - including personnel selection, reward and compensation systems and collective bargaining.

    • Data Analysis & Decision-Making

      Strengths and limitations of numerical data in decision-making processes.
      Exploratory data analysis, basic inferential procedures, statistical process control, regression analysis and decision models.

    • Competitive Analysis & Strategy

      Company strategy definition including competitive analysis, mission objectives, product-market choices and organizational characters as well as the allocation of resources to achieve organizational objectives and resolve conflicting shareholder interests.
      Participants develop their skills in situational analysis and strategy development.

    • Accounting

      Measurement of economic performance and financial position.
      Analysis of corporate financial reports and accounting data and their use in management decisions.
      Transfer pricing, performance measurements, cost behavior, cost allocation, activity based costing and standard costs.

    • Financial Management

      Theory and practice of finance from an analytical perspective. Apply the basic financial concepts of risk, return and valuation to decisions that a corporate financial officer or manager of a small business must make about sources and usage of funds in evolving financial markets.

    • Advanced Financial Management

      Theory and practice of finance from an analytical perspective. Apply the basic financial concepts of risk, return and valuation to decisions that a corporate financial officer or manager of a small business must make about sources and usage of funds in evolving financial markets.

    • Strategic Marketing Management

      Examine the challenge of developing and implementing the most appropriate combination of variables to implement a company's marketing strategy in target markets. Develop skills in applying analytical perspectives, concepts and decision-making, pricing and communication programs.

    • Change Management

      This focuses on knowledge on change across organizational boundaries.
      Mergers & acquisitions, strategic alliances, partnerships, and ‘extended enterprise’ networks.
      Synergies and collaboration across departments; network management and global connectivity.
      Building a unified, cohesive company culture across borders and cultural boundaries.
      Managing tensions between the organizational mainstream, its heritage and legacy systems, and those innovations that depart from tradition.

    • Business, Government & Macroeconomics

      Understand the roles of government and business in society and alternative systems of economics and political values. Find out more about the socio-political, economic and cultural conflicts affecting the business sector.

    • Operations Management

      Advance your understanding of the operations management function in different types of organizations with emphasis on productivity, innovation and competitive operations. Examine and apply the concepts and principles related to the management of quality and innovation within service and manufacturing organizations.

    • Negotiations & Conflict Management

      Identify typical challenges and difficulties inherent to negotiation. Learn broad strategies to effectively manage these challenges. Improve your skills as an effective negotiator and conflict manager.

    • Residencies in the USA and Austria

      Participants complete residencies in the USA and Austria, learning to develop international strategies for firms operating or planning to expand globally or having an overview of issues that companies face when they conduct business, market their products and compete with others in the integrated market of Europe. This represents a unique opportunity to examine relevant business and economic issues - as well as meet managers and executives from some of the world’s foremost companies

Master Thesis - Entrepreneurial Capstone Project

The entrepreneurial Capstone Project is a key component of the Executive MBA Bucharest. Participants need to apply all their intellect, knowledge and acquired skills when working on entrepreneurial projects such as entering new markets, introducing new products or creating a business plan for a successful start-up.  

Academic Qualification

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Tereza Tranaka, MBA

  • Alumna
  • Managing Partner | Oxygen PR

This is an MBA for top executives that goes beyond theory deep into the very practical aspects of the job. The learning was extremely valuable and gave me an opportunity to interact, exchange ideas and learn from some of the brightest minds and best professionals in Romania, my classmates. I highly recommend this program, which is by far the best one in Romania, if not the region.

 

Tereza Tranaka @LinkedIn

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