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Degree in Bussiness Administration

2016/2017 · 240 credits

Introduction

The degree in MBA taught in the Faculty of Economics and Business of the Universidade da Coruña provides to the students a solid training in business management oriented to the analysis and decision-making from managerial positions.

The degree syllabus combines basic, compulsory and optative subjects until reaching the 240 ECTS in the fields of the instrumental techniques (mathematical, statistical, econometrics, etc.), economic training (micro and macroeconomic theory, economic structure, economic history, etc.), legal and social training (law, sociology, etc.) and business training (organization, marketing, finances, taxation, management and strategy). The degree syllabus contemplates the realization of practices in companies and a dissertation at the end of the degree

Finally, in an international environment, the students proving level of English (B2) will be able to voluntarily study 40% of the credits of the degree in English language.

This study is verified and published

This study renewed its accreditation on 11 March 2015.

Why study

The main reasons for taking this degree are:

  • Quality training in the areas of economic and business management.
  • A multi-skilled nature to favour the professional integration of graduate students.
  • Teaching staff with proven qualification and clear orientation to the students.
  • Full application of the methodologies related to the European Space for Higher Education.
  • Availability of practices in companies with academic recognition.
  • Possibility of taking subjects in European and Latin American universities through Erasmus and bilateral agreements.
  • Opportunity to study the 40% of the credits in English.
  • Possibility of taking postgraduate studies taught in the factulty: master and doctoral programmes.
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This study is multilingual. The students will have the option to study part of the study in other languages​​.

Roadmap

Starting academic year 2009/2010
Last update/verification ACSUG date 19/06/2009
Authorization Xunta Council date 27/08/2009
Authorization DOG publication date 16/09/2009
Official BOE publication date 05/01/2010
DOG syllabus publication date 11/05/2010
BOE syllabus publication date 26/04/2010