Administración y Dirección de Empresas (ADE) (en inglés)

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Los estudios en Administración y Dirección de Empresas llevan impartiéndose en la Universidad Complutense de Madrid desde el año 1971. Por tanto, el cuerpo de conocimientos específicos está histórica y académicamente consolidado y apoyado en una amplia y creciente actividad investigadora, generando teorías y modelos transferibles al ámbito de la gestión de las organizaciones.

El título capacita a los estudiantes para ocupar puestos de trabajo necesarios en una comunidad autónoma como la de Madrid, que es la que tiene en el conjunto de España la mayor cuota de participación en empresas privadas y públicas españolas e internacionales, así como en organismos de la administración pública.

La Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales, ubicada en el Campus de Somosaguas, consta de 6 edificios, de los cuales uno es un Aulario de reciente construcción.

Para desarrollar su labor docente, la Facultad cuenta con 54 aulas, 4 salones de actos,10 aulas de informática, 2 salas de lectura para la biblioteca, red WiFi, cafetería-comedor, etc.

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Materias

  • Management
  • Plan de marketing
  • Business Administration
  • E-business
  • BASIC
  • Gobierno
  • Convenios
  • Dirección financiera
  • Inglés
  • Administración
  • Ciencias empresariales
  • Responsabilidad social
  • Contabilidad financiera
  • Economía

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Cuadro general de la estructura del plan de estudios General structure of the study plan: The study plan consists of basic, compulsory and elective (optional) training subjects. The study plan is spread over four academic years. Since the 2017-2018 academic year, first year students are offered the opportunity to take a "Mathematics Zero Course" aimed at students who want to reinforce their previous knowledge of mathematics. This subject is not part of the curriculum, and is currently taught only in Spanish.General structure of the study plan:General structure of the study plan:The study plan consists of basic, compulsory and elective (optional) training subjects.The study plan consists of basic, compulsory and elective (optional) training subjects. study plan study planThe study plan is spread over four academic years.The study plan is spread over four academic years. four academic years four academic yearsSince the 2017-2018 academic year, first year students are offered the opportunity to take a "Mathematics Zero Course" aimed at students who want to reinforce their previous knowledge of mathematics. This subject is not part of the curriculum, and is currently taught only in Spanish.Since the 2017-2018 academic year, first year students are offered the opportunity to take a "Mathematics Zero Course" aimed at students who want to reinforce their previous knowledge of mathematics. This subject is not part of the curriculum, and is currently taught only in Spanish. Mathematics Zero Course Mathematics Zero Course Calendario de implantación del título Title implementation calendar: For information (in Spanish) on the implementation calendar of the Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and the phasing out of the previous Business Administration “Licenciate” Degree, see here.Title implementation calendar:Title implementation calendar:For information (in Spanish) on the implementation calendar of the Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and the phasing out of the previous Business Administration “Licenciate” Degree, see here.For information (in Spanish) on the implementation calendar of the Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and the phasing out of the previous Business Administration “Licenciate” Degree, see here. here here Información general con la distribución de créditos en función del tipo de materia y número de créditos de las asignaturas General information about the credit structure and distribution per subject area: Students attend the basic training ECTS credits in the first course (first and second semester). The compulsory subjects extend from the second year up to the first semester of the fourth year. Part of the seventh as well as the full eighth semester (i.e., the first and second semester of the fourth year, respectively) are dedicated to the elective subjects and the Bachelor Thesis. To take the 36 optional ECTS credits, students can choose from 25 elective subjects of 4 ECTS credits each as well as an External Internship of 12 ECTS. If the student wishes to obtain a European Diploma Supplement (EDS) with the explicit mention of a specialization (the four specializations being Accounting, Business Management, Marketing and Finance), (s)he must take the four specific elective subjects of the corresponding specialization, as well as two of the 4 recommended electives (total 24 ECTS).General information about the credit structure and distribution per subject area:General information about the credit structure and distribution per subject area:Students attend the basic training ECTS credits in the first course (first and second semester). The compulsory subjects extend from the second year up to the first semester of the fourth year. Part of the seventh as well as the full eighth semester (i.e., the first and second semester of the fourth year, respectively) are dedicated to the elective subjects and the Bachelor Thesis.Students attend the basic training ECTS credits in the first course (first and second semester). The compulsory subjects extend from the second year up to the first semester of the fourth year. Part of the seventh as well as the full eighth semester (i.e., the first and second semester of the fourth year, respectively) are dedicated to the elective subjects and the Bachelor Thesis.To take the 36 optional ECTS credits, students can choose from 25 elective subjects of 4 ECTS credits each as well as an External Internship of 12 ECTS. If the student wishes to obtain a European Diploma Supplement (EDS) with the explicit mention of a specialization (the four specializations being Accounting, Business Management, Marketing and Finance), (s)he must take the four specific elective subjects of the corresponding specialization, as well as two of the 4 recommended electives (total 24 ECTS).To take the 36 optional ECTS credits, students can choose from 25 elective subjects of 4 ECTS credits each as well as an External Internship of 12 ECTS. If the student wishes to obtain a European Diploma Supplement (EDS) with the explicit mention of a specialization (the four specializations being Accounting, Business Management, Marketing and Finance), (s)he must take the four specific elective subjects of the corresponding specialization, as well as two of the 4 recommended electives (total 24 ECTS). Breve descripción de los módulos o materias, su secuencia temporal y competencias asociadas a cada uno de los módulos o materiasBrief description of the modules and areas, their time sequence and associated competences:MODULE AREA SUBJECT YEAR SEMESTER General Comps. Transversal Comps. Specific Comps. 1. Basic Formation 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4,5 1.1. Business 1.1.1. Financial Accounting I 1 1 1234 1345 123467 1.1.2. Principles of Business Management 1 1 1234 135 13467 1.1.3. Principles of Business Financial Management 1 2 1234 145 1,31.2. Law1,6 1.2.1. Business Law 1 1 2,3,4 1,4 1,61.3. Economics3,4,6,8 1.3.1. Introduction to Economics 1 1 123 12 3468 1.3.2. Microeconomics 1 2 123 12 34681.4. Mathematics4 1.4.1. Business Mathematics I 1 1 123 145 4 1.4.2. Business Mathematics II 1 2 123 145 41.5. Statistics3,4 1.5.1.Business Statistics I 1 2 1234 1234 341.6. History8 1.6.1. Economic History 1 1 234 124 8 2. Bachelor Thesis 2.1. Bachelor Thesis1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4,53. Accounting 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4,5 3.1. Accounting for external users3,4,5,6 Financial Accounting II 2 3 1234 1345 3456 Company Accounting (*) 4 8 1234 12345 3456 Audit of Financial Statements (*) 4 7 1234 145 456 Consolidation of Financial Statements (*) 4 7 1234 145 4563.2. Accounting for internal users3,4,5,6 Management Accounting 2 4 123 145 3456 Analysis and Accounting Consolidation 3 5 1234 145 3456 Accounting Software (*) 4 7 134 145 3456 4. Business Organization 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4,5 4.1. Organization and Human Resources1,2,3,4,7 Organization and Design 2 4 1234 1245 12347 Human Resource Management 3 5 1234 12345 23474.2. Business Administration12347 Strategic Management 4 7 34 124 127 International Business Management 4 7 24 145 12347 Start-up Companies 4 8 1234 145 123474.3. 4.3. Operations and Technology Management1,2,3,4,7 Production Management 3 6 1234 1245 12347 Quality Management (*) 4 8 1234 1245 12347 Innovation and Technology Management (*) 4 7 24 14 134 5. Finance 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4,5 5.1. Financial Management3,4,5,6,7 Financial Mathematics 2 3 124 14 6 Asset Valuation and Investment Analysis 3 5 1234 145 34567 Financing Decisions 3 6 1234 12345 34567 Financial Analysis and Planning 4 7 1234 1345 345675.2. Financial Markets and Risk3,4,5,6,7 Domestic and International Financial Markets 4 7 1234 12345 34567 Banking Economy and Management (*) 4 8 1234 145 34567 Banking Operations and Stock Market (*) 4 8 1234 145 3456 Risk Analysis and Management 4 8 1234 145 34565.3. Corporate Governance1,5,7 Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability (*) 4 8 1234 12345 157 Financial Economics of Self-employment and Participative Companies (*) 4 7 1234 12345 157 6. Marketing 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4,5 6.1. Commercial Management and Research2,3,6,7 Principles of Marketing 3 5 1234 12345 2367 Market Research 3 6 1234 12345 2367 Consumer Behaviour 4 7 1234 34 367 Marketing Plan (*) 4 8 24 14 6 International Marketing 4 8 1234 145 66.2. Communication and Distribution Integrated Marketing Communication 4 7 1234 12345 2367 Commercial Distribution (*) 4 7 24 14 6 7. Economic Environment1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4,5 7.1. Economics3,4,6,8 Macroeconomics 2 3 124 145 348 Economic Policy 2 4 124 124 3468 International Economics for Business 2 3 24 15 3468 Spanish Economy 2 4 24 145 3468 Applied Industrial Economics (*) 4 7 24 145 3468 Spanish Financial System (*) 4 8 12 14 3487.2. Taxation3,4,5,6 Tax System I 2 4 1234 12345 3456 Tax System II 3 6 1234 12345 3456 Tax Planning (*) 4 7 1234 123 3456 8. Cross-sectional Formation 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4,5 8.1. Legal Framework and Sociology 2,3,6 Commercial Law I 2 3 124 14 236 Commercial Law II (*) 4 8 23 14 36 Industrial and Business Sociology 2 3 124 14 236 Sociology of Organizations (*) 4 8 24 145 236 Gender and Diversity in Organizations (*) 4 8 124 1234 2368.2. Quantitative Methods3,4,5,6 Business Statistics II 2 4 12 1245 3456 Decision Analysis 3 5 123 1245 3456 Data Analysis (*) 4 7 1234 134 456 Econometrics 3 6 12 123 34568.3. External Internship 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 Marked with (*) are Elective subjects currently offered in Spanish only. Brief description of the modules and areas, their time sequence and associated competences: MODULE AREA SUBJECT YEAR SEMESTER General Comps. Transversal Comps. Specific Comps. 1. Basic Formation 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4,5 1.1. Business 1.1.1. Financial Accounting I 1 1 1234 1345 123467 1.1.2. Principles of Business Management 1 1 1234 135 13467 1.1.3. Principles of Business Financial Management 1 2 1234 145 1,31.2. Law1,6 1.2.1. Business Law 1 1 2,3,4 1,4 1,61.3. Economics3,4,6,8 1.3.1. Introduction to Economics 1 1 123 12 3468 1.3.2. Microeconomics 1 2 123 12 34681.4. Mathematics4 1.4.1. Business Mathematics I 1 1 123 145 4 1.4.2. Business Mathematics II 1 2 123 145 41.5. Statistics3,4 1.5.1.Business Statistics I 1 2 1234 1234 341.6. History8 1.6.1. Economic History 1 1 234 124 8 2. Bachelor Thesis 2.1. Bachelor Thesis1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4,53. Accounting 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4,5 3.1. Accounting for external users3,4,5,6 Financial Accounting II 2 3 1234 1345 3456 Company Accounting (*) 4 8 1234 12345 3456 Audit of Financial Statements (*) 4 7 1234 145 456 Consolidation of Financial Statements (*) 4 7 1234 145 4563.2. Accounting for internal users3,4,5,6 Management Accounting 2 4 123 145 3456 Analysis and Accounting Consolidation 3 5 1234 145 3456 Accounting Software (*) 4 7 134 145 3456 4. Business Organization 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4,5 4.1. Organization and Human Resources1,2,3,4,7 Organization and Design 2 4 1234 1245 12347 Human Resource Management 3 5 1234 12345 23474.2. Business Administration12347 Strategic Management 4 7 34 124 127 International Business Management 4 7 24 145 12347 Start-up Companies 4 8 1234 145 123474.3. 4.3. Operations and Technology Management1,2,3,4,7 Production Management 3 6 1234 1245 12347 Quality Management (*) 4 8 1234 1245 12347 Innovation and Technology Management (*) 4 7 24 14 134 5. Finance 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4,5 5.1. Financial Management3,4,5,6,7 Financial Mathematics 2 3 124 14 6 Asset Valuation and Investment Analysis 3 5 1234 145 34567 Financing Decisions 3 6 1234 12345 34567 Financial Analysis and Planning 4 7 1234 1345 345675.2. Financial Markets and Risk3,4,5,6,7 Domestic and International Financial Markets 4 7 1234 12345 34567 Banking Economy and Management (*) 4 8 1234 145 34567 Banking Operations and Stock Market (*) 4 8 1234 145 3456 Risk Analysis and Management 4 8 1234 145 34565.3. Corporate Governance1,5,7 Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability (*) 4 8 1234 12345 157 Financial Economics of Self-employment and Participative Companies (*) 4 7 1234 12345 157 6. Marketing 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4,5 6.1. Commercial Management and Research2,3,6,7 Principles of Marketing 3 5 1234 12345 2367 Market Research 3 6 1234 12345 2367 Consumer Behaviour 4 7 1234 34 367 Marketing Plan (*) 4 8 24 14 6 International Marketing 4 8 1234 145 66.2. Communication and Distribution Integrated Marketing Communication 4 7 1234 12345 2367 Commercial Distribution (*) 4 7 24 14 6 7. Economic Environment1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4,5 7.1. Economics3,4,6,8 Macroeconomics 2 3 124 145 348 Economic Policy 2 4 124 124 3468 International Economics for Business 2 3 24 15 3468 Spanish Economy 2 4 24 145 3468 Applied Industrial Economics (*) 4 7 24 145 3468 Spanish Financial System (*) 4 8 12 14 3487.2. Taxation3,4,5,6 Tax System I 2 4 1234 12345 3456 Tax System II 3 6 1234 12345 3456 Tax Planning (*) 4 7 1234 123 3456 8. Cross-sectional Formation 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4,5 8.1. Legal Framework and Sociology 2,3,6 Commercial Law I 2 3 124 14 236 Commercial Law II (*) 4 8 23 14 36 Industrial and Business Sociology 2 3 124 14 236 Sociology of Organizations (*) 4 8 24 145 236 Gender and Diversity in Organizations (*) 4 8 124 1234 2368.2. Quantitative Methods3,4,5,6 Business Statistics II 2 4 12 1245 3456 Decision Analysis 3 5 123 1245 3456 Data Analysis (*) 4 7 1234 134 456 Econometrics 3 6 12 123 34568.3. External Internship 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 Marked with (*) are Elective subjects currently offered in Spanish only.MODULE AREA SUBJECT YEAR SEMESTER General Comps. Transversal Comps. Specific Comps. 1. Basic Formation 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4,5 1.1. Business 1.1.1. Financial Accounting I 1 1 1234 1345 123467 1.1.2. Principles of Business Management 1 1 1234 135 13467 1.1.3. Principles of Business Financial Management 1 2 1234 145 1,31.2. Law1,6 1.2.1. Business Law 1 1 2,3,4 1,4 1,61.3. Economics3,4,6,8 1.3.1. Introduction to Economics 1 1 123 12 3468 1.3.2. Microeconomics 1 2 123 12 34681.4. Mathematics4 1.4.1. Business Mathematics I 1 1 123 145 4 1.4.2. Business Mathematics II 1 2 123 145 41.5. Statistics...

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