Overview

The Bachelor of Arts in Business and Management program equips students with fundamental theoretical and practical business knowledge and techniques.  It encompasses skills essential for strategic planning, decision-making, communicating and controlling business and management activities.

The BA in Business & Management program aims to:

 

  • Advance and transfer the basic knowledge of management and the relevant disciplines through the applications in either private or public sector;
  • Develop and enhance student’s writing skills, leadership, entrepreneurship and communications skills;
  • Facilitate the development of students’ critical and analytical skills
  • Assess business organizations, their decision–making process and sensitivity to motives which determine attitudes and behaviors of individuals and groups in organizations;
  • Provide a theoretical and applied understanding of the diversity of the business environment;
  • Offer choices, within the program, that permit students to develop interests in specific areas to the study of business and relevant to career aspirations;
  • Provide an educational background to encourage further studies and lifelong learning to support career aspirations.
      
Semester I
Nr.M/ESubjectLEECTS
1MEssentials of Management36186
2MEconomics I (Microeconomics)36186
3MQuantitative Methods I (Math)36186
4MAcademic Writing36186
5MEFL I36186
Semester II
Nr.M/ESubjectLEECTS
1MEconomics II (Macroeconomics)36186
2MBusiness Research Methods36186
3MQuantitative Methods II (Statistics)36186
4ESocial Responsibility and Ethics36186
5EOrganizational Communication36186
6MEFL II36186
Semester III
Nr.M/ESubjectLEECTS
1MMarketing36186
2MFinancial Accounting36186
3MHuman Resources Management36186
4MEuropean Economic Integrations36186
5MEFL III36186
Semester IV
Nr.M/ESubjectLEECTS
1MOrganizational Behavior36186
2MLeadership and Negotiations36186
3MManagement Accounting 36186
4MEFL IV36186
5MInternship Program and Career Orientation48248
Semester V
Nr.M/ESubjectLEECTS
1E Science, Technology and Innovation 36186
2MInternational Business36186
3MManagement of Information Systems36186
4EStrategic Management36186
5MProject Management36186
6MEFL V36186
Semester VI
Nr. M/ESpecialization: ManagementLEECTS
1MEntrepreneurship and SME Management36186
2Strategic Management36186
3ECorporate Finance36186
4MEFL VI36186
5MGlobal Economy36186
6EInternational Trade36186
7EKnowledge, Learning and Management36186
8EE-Business for Managers36186
9EInternational Trade36186
10EIntellectual Property Law36186
Semester V
Nr.M/ESubjectLEECTS
1MPublic Finance and Budget Planning36186
2MFinancial Analysis36186
3ERisk Management 36186
4MAuditing and Investigation36186
5ETaxation36186
6MEFL V
Semester VI
1MCorporate Finance36186
2MBanking and Financial Institutions36186
3MInternational Financial Markets36186
4EFinancial Planning and Reporting36186
5MEFL VI36186
6EGame Theory36186
7EPersonal Finance36186

As already mention, this program aims to help students to be equipped with the key functions of management, as well as transferable skills and their application in either the private or public sector. The Bologna System along with ECTS system, it is intended to lead to greater inter-institutional cooperation and increased links with other universities ACROSS Europe and The U.S.

In their career path, through this program students will be able execute job positions that require: a) a clear sense of the organizational environment and readiness to take on employment in a management position; b) in-depth knowledge of modern approaches to business management; c) an understanding of the relationship between people, organizations, and business management in different organizational structures; d) an understanding of financial requirements for business, including published financial information, and an ability to make judgments about financial performance companies; e) an understanding of the central importance of innovation in a range of different organizational contexts – entrepreneurial startup firms, small firms and other organizations, and large business corporations; and, f) an understanding of the broader social context of the world of work, and the opportunity to assess their own personal development needs to help their focus in their career in the future

The normal minimum entry requirements for a candidate to be eligible for admission to the College’s courses are set out in the General Entry Requirements contained in the Prospectus. However, the absolute minimum criteria for a student to be admitted to this academic program, is that all students are expected to have successfully completed high school and have passed the national test (matura). In addition, in order to be enrolled in our program, all applicants are required to bring the following documents:

  • Birth certificate
  • Diploma and secondary school certificate
  • Legalized documents issued by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology of the Republic of Kosovo for all those who have completed their education outside of the Republic of Kosovo
  • Completing the application procedures at Universum College
  • The contract of the study program if they meet eligibility criteria

Bachelor study programs offered at Universum College last for three years (3 years) and consist of 180 ECTS credits or 60 ECTS credits per year. The bachelor’s degree in bachelor studies is Bachelor of Arts (BA).