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Aim of the course
During this course students will address the key themes of the subject material as well as ethical dilemmas in organizations via theoretical study discussions in seminars. Organizational behavior module will be analyzed and discussed in three levels: individual, group, and organization. At individual level the elements of personality, social perception, learning, motivation and attitudes, theories and their application possibilities in the management of our own and other people’s working behavior will be analyzed. At group and organizational levels, the processes occurring in workgroup that influence the relationships of group members and their work results, personal and organizational means of improving group performance will be discussed. The last part is dedicated to show relations between organizational behavior and human resource management practices.
The Finance Internship is a practical course designed to apply knowledge and skills acquired during the studies in the program to real-world processes of finance. Students may complete their internships at various institutions.
The aims of internship include:
endowing students with practical skills relevant to the formulation and implementation of finance.
This is a practical course meant to provide students with opportunities to apply the acquired knowledge and skills in practice when dealing with real economic tasks. The students that go on internship in a business company master the practical aspects of organisational economics. The students that go on internship in state institutions get to know their functions and activities, including their importance in executing the national economic policy. When on internship, students deepen their understanding of the external and internal factors that influence the activities of business companies or state institutions. The students that go on internship in a business company prepare the company’s economic analysis report. The students that go on internship in a state institution prepare the country economic analysis report. Students shall submit their reports to the Studies Department by the deadline indicated in the internship schedule and shall present (defend) it in the class.
Aim of the module
The economic internship module is meant to help master different aspects of organisational economics or macroeconomics. During the internship students work in selected company. There are two ways of finding a company for an internship:
Overall volume of internship is 15 credits (405 academic hours). Out of them:
Students will study a range of real estate market economics topics. Real estate and real estate market characteristics, major market parameters will be discussed theoretically and by using practical examples. Students will have an opportunity to evaluate socio-economic factors impact on real estate market functioning, real estate market trends will be analyzed as well. Major valuation approaches will be applied to learn how to value different types of real estate.
The aim of Real Estate Economics course is to introduce diversity of real estate as an object, peculiarities and uniqueness of real estate market as well as application of systematic approach when analysing major market parameters. Other part of the subject is dedicated to present major practical real estate activities – real estate development, real estate market analysis, valuation and investments into real estate as well as property management. After graduation of the course students shall be able to interpret various data related to real estate market analysis, apply proper valuation methods for property valuation as well as pass real estate valuators assistant exam.
• Analyze major real estate market (REM) parameters and environment impact to REM.
• Analyze real estate market functioning and make forecast of future trends.
• Evaluate different type of property using different methods: income approach, sales approach and cost approach.
• Analyze and make real estate investment decisions.
• Overview the process real estate market participants activities and processes applying systematic approach.
• Work in teams, present work results both in writing and orally, substantiate decisions taken.
Business Consulting Project (BCP) is a multidisciplinary subject that gives an opportunity to apply and further develop classroom skills and tools learned at university in a real world setting. In addition, students have the opportunity to develop basic personal, social, methodological skills. The project consists of a market analysis with primary and secondary research and the development of clear and realizable measures, suggestions and concepts. The team plans and conducts primary research, collects and analyses data and draws appropriate conclusions. The dynamic nature of organizations and significant environmental forces have given rise to rapidly developing topics that promise to ensure that BCP will continue to be a useful subject study.
The module aims to introduce students to the major business consulting concepts and be ready to systematically evaluate and solve problems related to business consulting projects.