Masters in Business Administration - MBA course of study: Financial Managment - Learning outcomes
The learning outcomes of the specialist graduate professional study program “BUSINESS MANAGEMENT – MBA” represent the operationalization of both general and professional competences through activities that are measurable and visible.
The outcomes describe the main achievements and, upon graduation from the specialist graduate study program BUSINESS MANAGEMENT – MBA, regardless of the chosen direction (module), graduates are expected to be trained in:
- Linking the principles and legalities of corporate governance and the principles of managing different types of business risks (tax risks, risks of damage, investment risks and market risks).
- Within the framework of corporate governance mechanisms and in the conditions of uncertainty, to make correct management, investment, financial and strategic decisions based on the analysis of the business environment and data from the financial statements.
- Analyzing the business environment and its changes with the aim of correctly formulating, implementing and executing a business strategy and properly managing and overseeing the implementation of project activities.
- Critically evaluating the market positioning of a business entity and independently formulate marketing strategies based on the basis for the selection of strategic activities.
- Applying modern principles of human resource management with the goal of choosing and employing people in positions that possess relevant general and specific knowledge and work experience in order to ensure the growth and implementation of the defined development strategy.
- Solving complex tasks, independently and team-making, make strategic decisions, following the prescribed procedures, guidelines and generally recognized economic principles.
Upon completion of a specialist graduate study program BUSINESS MANAGEMENT – MBA, direction FINANCE MANAGEMENT, a graduate student will be able to:
- Apply more complex financial management tools and argue the views and decisions regarding investment projects and financial policies.
- Analyse the regulatory framework, the role and functions of financial institutions and the ways in which monetary and credit policies affect the economic behavior of individual participants in the economy.
- Interpret complex financial data collected from a number of sources with the aim of applying control tools and complex methods and tools of financial and audit analysis.
- Logically connect and evaluate different elements of the tax system with the aim of monitoring the costs of taxes, optimizing business operations, and creating and analyzing legally prescribed tax returns.