CORE COURSES

This course examines the functions of different types of financial markets and institutions and the importance of financial intermediation in a modern economy. The objective of this course is to help students understand how a well-functioning financial system promotes economic efficiency and the impact of social, regulatory and political factors on financial markets and institutions.
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This course concerns itself with optimal resource use within enterprises.  It develops concepts enabling the manager to decide optimally. Thus ideas and methods aiming to minimize costs and maximize revenues that are valid for all sectors are covered in class. Seen from this angle, managerial economics is a necessary discipline both for decision makers working in the real sector, as well as the financial sector e.g. for evaluating credit applications.
Entrepreneurship involves recognizing and exploiting an opportunity to create value through innovation, with new or within existing organizations, for the pursuit of profit or other social reasons. The course will help students understand this whole entrepreneurship process as well as aid them to recognize opportunities, create new business ideas as well as support them with well-established business plans. Additionally, during the course, the students will be able to assess and improve their entrepreneurial skills.
This course will help students gain an understanding of fundamental organizational forces that play an important role in managerial success. It will explain how students as leaders of organizations can shape those fundamental forces to formulate strategies and design structures that are in line with the formulated strategies by considering behavioral aspects of the context. At the end of the course, the students will acquire the basic skills, techniques and understanding necessary to manage an organization effectively.
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Managers frequently face situations that involve crucial strategic decisions that have a strong impact on the long-term success of their organizations. The aim of this course is to teach the fundamentals of how to formulate, implement and evaluate strategies in organizations. It will require integrating and applying prior knowledge from other classes while learning and applying new strategic management concepts, principles, frameworks and methodologies. Students will also participate in a business simulation that will involve applying their related knowledge and improving their strategic acumen. At the end of the course the students will be able to analyze external environment of an organization as well as its resources and capabilities, identify strategic problems and stakeholders of an organization, assess an organization’s current strategy, and design strategic solutions.
Managers frequently face situations that involve crucial strategic decisions that have a strong impact on the long-term success of their organizations. The aim of this course is to teach the fundamentals of how to formulate, implement and evaluate strategies in organizations. It will require integrating and applying prior knowledge from other classes while learning and applying new strategic management concepts, principles, frameworks and methodologies. Students will also participate in a business simulation that will involve applying their related knowledge and improving their strategic acumen. At the end of the course the students will be able to analyze external environment of an organization as well as its resources and capabilities, identify strategic problems and stakeholders of an organization, assess an organization’s current strategy, and design strategic solutions.