Objective - to provide students with knowledge of management theory to develop and promote creative thinking and action to control the situation assessment and decision.

Learning outcomes: able to demonstrate knowledge:

•of management concepts – explain these concepts and compare these concepts in various management schools;
•of management functions and levels, interpret their knowledge of management functions and managerial skills in various real-life situations;
•of company’s external and internal environment, and impact of changes in company’s activities;
•of specific management functions – planning, decision making, organization, leadership and control, able to display skills of those functions.
Evaluation of study course outcomes 
•50% - presentation and hand in of one case study description and analysis based on one chosen theory of management;
•50% - written exam
Active participation in discussions in class is an advantage J

Content of study course:
1. Basic Concepts of Management. Introduction
2. Basic statements of management. Pre-history; Management And Economics
3. Scientific theory of Management. By Frederic Taylor. Administrative theory of Management. By Henry Fayol; Svientific Theory and Business Economics
4.Bureaucratic theory of Management. By Max Weber Human relation theory by Elton Mayo. Systems theory by Ludwig von Bertalanffy. X an Y theory by Douglas McGregor.
5. Theory of Peter Drucker – Guru of American Maganement
6. Strategic Management. By Michael Porter. Innovation Management
7. Modern Theories of Management – System Approach, Quantitative Approach, Total Quality Management, Learning organization Approach
•8. Modern Theories of Management – Team Building Theory, Chaos theory, Open Systems Theory, Contingency theory

Objectives of the course are:

To provide understanding about the following concepts – new economics, information society, e-commerce, e-business, e-marketing as well as to familiarise students with business models and it specifics (possibilities of application);

To give students overview on use of modern technologies (e-environment) in business in order to improve business processes and develop business efficiency.

Learning outcomes:

Students learn about theoretical aspects of business processes as well as about the applicability in practice.

Based on acquired knowledge students can determine and analyse different problem situations.

Students can analyse specific business environment within an organization and provide conclusions on use of e-business models within an organization.

Students learn how to find necessary information on specific question as well as know how to analyse this information and deliver it to others (preparation of presentations, presentation of outcomes of individual project work).

Purpose of the course is to introduce students to data base and website development. To design and build a simple database system and demonstrate competence with the fundamental tasks involved with modeling, designing, and implementing a DBMS.

Learning outcomes

 Be able to design data base conceptual model according to the problem description.

 Be able to work with data base management system MS Access.

 Be able to create database tables and describe the properties of the tables.

 Be able to create simple and complex queries in MS Access.

 Be able to design the user interface and realize it practically describing user forms in MS Access.

 Be able to create a user form based on one or more tables, one or more queries.

 Be able to create simple and complex reports.

 Be able to describe the functionality of the user forms, describing the buttons using macro.

 Be able to realize the search function in data base by one or more parameters.

 Be able to perform data import and export.

 Be able to create website using cloud-based web development platform.

 Be able to properly design and build a business website.

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Information and Business Processes course for Year 3 students of "Business Administration" course.

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During this course students learn about theoretical aspects of business processes as well as about the applicability in practice.

Based on acquired knowledge students can determine and analyse different problem situations. Students can analyse specific business environment within an organization and provide conclusions on use of e-business models within an organization. Students also learn how to find necessary information on specific question as well as know how to analyse this information and deliver it to others (preparation of presentations, presentation of outcomes of individual project work).

The purpose of this course is to teach the students the fundamentals of accounting under the double-entry accounting system.

The purpose of this course is provide students with the possibility to master the fundamentals of accounting to a degree where they will be able to embark on studying the International Financial Reporting Standards.