Degree in Business Administration and Management

Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
En Vicálvaro

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  • Grado
  • Vicálvaro
  • Duración:
    4 Años
  • Créditos: 240
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Paseo de Los Artilleros, S/N., 28032, Madrid, España
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· ¿Cuáles son los objetivos de este curso?

The main objective of the Business Studies Degree is to enable students to manage, advise and assess product and service organisations. Those tasks may be carried out in the organisation as a whole or in one specific department: production, human resources, finance, marketing, investment, administration or accounting. The graduate should know how to identify and anticipate opportunities, allocate resources, organise information, select and motivate personnel, take decisions, reach specific objectives, and assess results. To define the aims of the Business Studies Degree, the features and evolution of economic and business activity in an increasingly globalised and ever-changing world, in which the demands for competitiveness and sustainability are the norm, have been taken into account. The general training objectives are:- to know the nature of companies and how they relate to their local, national and international environments to know the methods and techniques for managing and organising companies to obtain skills in the use of mathematics and statistics

· ¿A quién va dirigido?

Given the fact that the Business Studies Degree covers a wide range of abilities, it is difficult to specify what profile of student it appeals, or is most suited, to. Undergraduate students seeking entry should be aware of the nature of the course aims and objectives, i.e., to train the student as well as possible to compete in the field of Business Management. Consequently, students wishing to study this course should have the following traits:- Responsibility. Students must realise that they need to work at their degree on a daily basis if they want to reach their objectives, and the results they obtain will be directly proportional to the amount of effort they put in. Receptiveness. Students must be open to all the new ideas which they will encounter as they study the course. This includes being willing and able to plan and organise activities as well as an ability to work with others and in teams. Be dynamic and eager to learn. Students should be entrepreneurial, willing to discover new things on their own, and also creative and innovative.

· Requisitos

El acceso a las enseñanzas oficiales de Grado requerirá estar en posesión del título de bachiller o equivalente y la superación de la prueba a que se refiere el artículo 42 de la Ley Orgánica 6/2001, de Universidades, modificada por la Ley 4/2007, de 12 abril, sin perjuicio de los demás mecanismos de acceso previstos por la normativa vigente.

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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

History of Corporations
Corporate Mathematics
Business Administration
business management
Professional ethics
Financial Mathematics
Mercantile law
Computer science
Modern language
Micro-economics

Temario

Primer curso
  • History of Corporations
  • Corporate Mathematics
  • Introduction to Corporations I
  • Professional Ethics, Basic Principals of Law and Equality (Professional Ethics)
  • History of Spanish Institutions
  • (Humanities)
  • Introduction to Economics
  • Financial Mathematics
  • Introduction to Corporations II
  • Mercantile Law
  • Computer Science Applied to Corporations


Segundo curso
  • Modern Language
  • Introduction to marketing and communications in the film
  • Financial Accounting I
  • Micro-Economics
  • Corporate Statistics I
  • Corporate Sociology
  • Financial Accounting II
  • Production Management
  • Macro-Economics
  • Corporate Statistics II
  • Marketing Management


Tercer curso
  • Corporate Taxation
  • Strategic Management and Corporate Politics I
  • Analitic Accounting
  • Commercial Management
  • Financial Management I
  • Corporate Decision Methods
  • Management Information Systems
  • Strategic Management and Corporate Politics II
  • Human Resources
  • Financial Management II
  • Balance Analysis
  • National and International Economic environment of the firm


Cuarto curso
  • Labour Law
  • Corporate Accounting
  • Corporate Assessment and Acquisition
  • Operations Management in Service Corporations
  • Corporate Games
  • Academic Recognition of Credits
  • Internship Placement
  • End of degree project

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