General Program Description

The Department’s curriculum is designed to prepare high-level executives for companies and organizations, able to successfully face the complexity of current and future technological, economic and social challenges. That is why the emphasis of the curriculum is on the interdisciplinary integration of technological, economic and administrative sciences. More specifically, the purpose of the department is to create executives with basic knowledge of management science framed with knowledge and skills of management and use of modern technologies but also with the necessary administrative and leadership skills. With this mix of knowledge and skills they will be able to make and implement effective strategic and operational decisions which by their nature require an interdisciplinary approach. It follows from the above that the differentiation and originality of the curriculum of the new Department is the completion of the modern quantitative and technological background with the developed administrative knowledge and skills it offers to students. This allows the graduates of the Department to be highly competitive in the labor market, as they will be able to effectively deal with multidimensional administrative and business issues in the rapidly changing, highly competitive and technologically developed environment.

The graduates of the department upon completion of their studies have chosen one of the following two directions:

  • Strategy, Entrepreneurship, and Human Resources and
  • Technology and Information Systems

While in the future the directions may be further specified.

The graduates of the Department are scientists of the interdisciplinary subject of management science and technology, and have all the knowledge and skills required by modern companies so that they are able to apply and develop modern methods of management and management of business processes. based on existing as well as emerging technologies. This knowledge and skills fall into the following scientific fields:

  • Computer Programming
  • Databases and Internet applications
  • Management Information Systems
  • Experienced Systems and Decision Support Systems
  • Statistical and Business Research
  • Utilization of modern technology in Business Organization and Management
  • E-commerce and e-business
  • Finance
  • Business Administration, Operations Management, Human Resources Management
  • Marketing
  • Business Research and Decision Making
  • E-Commerce and Digital Marketing
  • Business strategy
  • Human Resources Management / Organizational Behavior
  • Organizational Psychology & Personal Skills Development
  • Business Analytics
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship Management
  • Quantitative Methods in Management
  • Digital Economy, Social Development and Innovation Management
  • Internet and New Digital Distribution and Sales Channels
  • Analysis, Design and Development of IT Applications
  • Information and Telecommunication Resources / Systems Management
  • Supply Chain Management (Logistics)
  • Transport Management
  • Financial Engineering
  • Sales Management
  • Project Planning and Management
  • Process and Production Management
  • Analysis, Design and Development of Information Systems and Technology Systems
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