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University Master's Degree in Business Management - 9th edition

University Master's Degree in Business Management

Programme

YEAR COMPULSORY CREDITS OPTIONAL CREDITS  MASTER'S THESIS CREDITS TOTAL
1st 27 18 15 60
TOTALS 27 18 15 60

FIRST YEAR: Compulsory Subjects

CODE SUBJECTS CREDITS
Yearly subjects
16665301 Master's Thesis 15
First semester
16665101 Advanced Strategic Management 4.5
16665102 Financial Strategies 4.5
16665103 Marketing Strategies 4.5
16665104 Management Skills 4.5
16665105 Business Internationalisation 4.5
16665106 Business Simulation 4.5
Second semester
  Optional subjects 18

OPTIONAL SUBJECTS:

Students who study 12 optional credits from the subjects marked (*) will be awarded the specialty in Research.

CODE SUBJECTS CREDITS SUBJECTS OFFERED 2019-20
16665201 Business Cases and Experiences Yes
16665202 Management Accountancy and Business Indicators 3 Yes
16665203 Operations and Quality Management 3 No
16665204 Entrepreneurialism and Business Plans 3 Yes
16665205 Sales Strategies 3 No
16665206 Information Management 3 No
16665207 Strategic Management of SMEs 3 No
16665208 Innovation and Business Creativity 3 No
16665209 Leadership and Talent Management 3 Yes
16665210 Consultancy Processes 3 Yes
16665211 Financial Products and Instruments 3 Yes
16665212 Corporate Social Responsibility 3 Yes
16665213 Decision-Making Tools in Times of Uncertainty (*) 3 Yes
16665214 Research Processes (*) 3 Yes
16665215 Projects and Research Networks (*) 3 No
16665216 Qualitative Research Techniques I (*) 3 Yes
16665217 Qualitative Research Techniques II (*) 3 No
16665218 Quantitative Research Techniques I (*) 3 Yes
16665219 Quantitative Research Techniques II (*) 3 No
16665220 Game Theory (*) 3 No
16665221 Evaluation of Scientific Production (*) 3 Yes
16665222 Studies in the Frame of Mobility Agreements I (**) 3 Yes
16665223 Studies in the Frame of Mobility Agreements II (**) 6 Yes
16665224 Studies in the Frame of Mobility Agreements III (**) 12 Yes
16665501 Work Placement 9 Yes

(**) Subjects that may only enroll students who made mobility programmes.

YEAR 2016-17 YEAR 2017-18 YEAR 2018-19
1rst year Tutorials 1rst year Exam 1rst year Terminated

Observations

  • Once the subjects for each year have passed through the tutorial and exam phases, the student can request authorization during the following academic year to be allowed an extraordinary assessment session within that same academic year.
    If the student does not pass the subjects during these sessions, he or she will not be able to finish the degree through this curriculum.
  • For subjects shared with the Master's degree, the School can offer alternative teaching during the academic years in which the tutorials or exam are held.
  • For subjects with tutorials or alternative teaching, the student must pay the whole fee for the credit. For law subjects that are only subject to an exam, the student must pay 15% of the fee for the credit.
  • Students who cannot finish their studies through this curriculum can request to be changed to the new curriculum.
Subjects Master in Business Managment (2012) Subjects Master in Business Managment (2016)
Code Subject Credits Code Subject Credits
16625101 Marketing Strategies 6 16665103 Marketing Strategies 4,5
16625102 Human Factor Strategies 6 16665104 Management Skills 4,5
16625103 Financial Strategies 6 16665102 Financial Strategies 4,5
16625104 Advanced Strategic Management 6 16665101 Advance Strategic Management 4,5
16625106 Business Simulation 3 16665106 Business Simulation 4,5
16625206 Company Internationalisation Strategies 3 16665105 Business Internationalisation 4,5
16625208 Quantitative Research Techniques I 3 16665218 Quantitative Research Techniques I 3
16625209 Quantitative Research Techniques II 3 16665219 Quantitative Research Techniques II 3
16625210 Qualitative Research Techniques I 3 16665216 Qualitative Research Techniques I 3
16625211 Qualitative Research Techniques II 3 16665217 Qualitative Research Techniques II 3
16625212 Instruments for Taking Decisions Under Uncertainty 3 16665213 Decision-Making Tools in Times of Uncertainty 3
16625213 Game Theory 3 16665220 Game Theory 3
16625214 Research Processes 3 16665214 Research Processes 3
16625215 Evaluation of Scientific Production 3 16665221 Evaluation of Scientific Production 3
16625216 Corporate Social Responsability and Governance 3 16665212 Corporate Social Responsibility 3
16625217 Strategic Management of SMEs 3 16665207 Strategic Management of SMEs 3
16625218 Financial Products and Instruments 3 16665211 Financial Products and Instruments 3
16625219 Management Accounting and Business Indicators 3 16665202 Management Accountancy and Business Indicators 3
16625201 Entrepreneurship 3 16665204 Entrepreneurialism and Business Plans 3
16625202 Management Skills 3 16665209 Leadership and Talent Management 3
16625203 The Consultancy Process 3 16665210 Consultancy Processes 3
16625204 Sales Strategies 3 16665205 Sales Strategies 3
16625205 Information Management 3 16665206 Information Management 3
16625105 Operations Management, Innovation and Projects 3 16665203 Operations and Quality Management 3
16625501 Practicals 12 16665501 Work Placement 9
16625221 Studies in the Frame of Mobility Agreements I 3 16665222 Studies in the Frame of Mobility Agreements I 3
16625222 Studies in the Frame of Mobility Agreements II 6 16665223 Studies in the Frame of Mobility Agreements II 6
16625223 Studies in the Frame of Mobility Agreements III 12 16665224 Studies in the Frame of Mobility Agreements III 12