The academic board consisting of leading local and foreign lecturers in various business disciplines developed the following curriculum:
The course is developed for MBA students. The purpose of the course is to apply major economic models to solve typical managerial problems of optimization in both local and global contexts using quantitative methods of analysis and case studies.
The course provides an understanding of the role of statistic technologies in problem solving in the sphere of contemporary economy and management. Also, it teaches how to use computer technologies effectively in processing statistic data.
The course is designed to introduce a businessman to the sphere of managerial accounting and analysis. It covers the main mechanisms of a company’ economic activity, teaches how to take effective managerial decisions and shapes skills of searching for and justifying optimal economic decisions.
Management and Organizational Behaviour
The course is designed for executives of various levels of management. The aim of the course is to form an understanding of the “human” aspect of a company and psychological aspects of managerial activity. The course provides a number of tools and models of problem analysis in such areas as leadership, motivation, communication, planning , organization design and organizational development. Interactive technologies used in the classroom are aimed at shaping managerial decision-making skills.
The course is designed to introduce the area of financial analysis. It unfolds major mechanisms of financial and economic activity of an enterprise and teaches how to take effective managerial decisions.
Management Information Systems
The course introduces principles of computer networks and databases organization, practice of using the Internet for business purposes, issues of information security and other topics. A special attention is paid to approaching IT projects management. Business cases serve as the basis for decision-taking situations in the area of business automation, the reasons for success and failure of real-life IT projects.
The course helps understand marketing terms and concepts, acquire problem-analysis skills and learn how t o develop, assess and implement marketing programs.
The general program study time spans two years and includes 4 semesters . Classes begin on September 1st.
During all term of training (2 years) classes are held under the following schedule:
- I semester : September - the beginning of January
- II semester: February - the end of June
- III semester: September - the beginning of January
- IV semester: February - the middle of April.
Classes are held:
|from 18:10 to 21:00|
from 9:00 to 15:10
The course helps develop skills necessary for the constant improvement of a company’s activity to strengthen its competitive advantage. It facilitates understanding of complicated processes laying at the foundation of product development and production, service design and delivery.
The course is intended to form an understanding of the main legal principles and aspects of entrepreneurial activity in the Republic of Belarus. The aim of the course is to give an idea about legal situations, which can arise in a manager’s activity in order to execute it effectively.
The course is focused around an organization’s interaction with the surroundings. It shows how big and small businesses could be more effective today and tomorrow. It helps learn how to identify central problems in difficult conditions of uncertainty and information overload, offers an alternative course of action and presents well-justified recommendations for future actions.
The course is dedicated to studying the main patterns of the way a company’s financial mechanism functions, resulting rules of elaboration, taking effective executive decisions in the spheres of short- and long-term assets management and choosing the most optimal financing sources.
Human Resource Management
The course is aimed at forming an understanding about the influence of human resources and the basic principles of personnel management to achieve the aims of an organization. Students get awareness of the components of a human resource management system as well as an insight into the importance of the correct use of human resources and a possible potential that is not being used.