NOTA: Poniższy pomysł na specjalność pojawił sie w mej glowie w 2006 roku a w 2010 odbyl sie 4 nabor.
(C) MD 2004
NOTE: The programme structure presented below is an idea from 2006 that was on its 4th intake by 2010 (with the third intake completing their dissertation phase and awaiting UK degrees).
Master of Science in Global Business Management
– integrating Polish Magister in Management (the Polish MA-type degree) with British Master of Science in Global Business Management;
– Polish Magister requiring completion of 25 subjects over 2 years;
– British MSc awarded upon completing 14 subjects (that are also counted towards the Polish degree, e.g. 14 out of 25);
– Single dissertation, written in English, defended in Poland and reviewed in UK;
– each insititution requiring different assessment approaches (and student, subject, teacher monitoring);
Global Business Management (GBM) graduates will be specialists well trained in modern scholarship — including both academic and applied knowledge with practical professional skills — and aware of the civilisational, historical, social, economic and political complexity of the global system. They will:
• be prepared to work as policy makers, planners or analysts, particularly in foreign service; as global and EU marketers and consultants in multinational business organisations; even as international journalists in the media specialising in the monitoring of trans-national business activity;
• learn analytical skills, quantitative and qualitative research techniques and the use of computers and the Internet for professional purposes;
• know how to think critically and optimise decision making processes;
• be able to understand the interrelated political, military, economic, legal, cultural and economic issues globally, from governmental as well as business and NGO perspectives;
• be open minded, creative, inventive, flexible and ready to look for opportunities in the changing world.
– The Global Business Management programme aims to focus on the developments in the spheres of globalisation and internationalisation, the expansion of global trade and the issues related to conducting business on a planetary scale.
– Internationalisation and globalisation determine the lives of nations, individuals and all human communities. Politics, religion, human rights, the economy, business, the environment, health, terrorism, war, high and popular culture, science and education are interconnected and interdependent across national borders, continents and oceans. Truly international in nature are the biggest challenges of today and tomorrow.
So are and will be the greatest professional opportunities for the young ambitious people of the world’s all regions and civilisations, including the leaders of the future.
– The majority of knowledge on offer across the world still focuses on what are now middle-level processes (relationships between states, international trade, etc), whereas the world’s complexity has been steadily increasing, and now requires understanding on a much larger scale. Appreciation of planet-wide processes helps in understanding international, continental, regional and national events, placing them in proper context, making use of their consequences, as well as being able to predict and prepare for future events.
– Combining economics, management, finance, geopolitics, law, management, the GBM programme intends to build an in-depth comprehension how the 21st century world works and offer advice on how to protect against its challenges and how to benefit for its opportunities.
– Contributing to the UK degree.
1. Applied International Economics.
2. Applied Political Geography.
3. Global Trade Law.
4. International Resource Movements.
5. Business Dynamics and Policy-making.
6. Advertising Worldwide.
7. Inter-cultural communication.
8. Global Managerial Leadership.
9. 4 electives (incl: Investment Strategies, Strategic Information Systems, Service Marketing).
10. 2 research methods modules (research methods, informaiton retrieval).
– Contributing to Polish degree ONLY.
1. Applied Microeconomics.
2. Applied Macroeconomics.
3. Mathematics in Economics.
4. Business Statistics.
5. Economics of High Technology.
6. Ethics in Business & Technology.
7. Managerial psychology.
8. Civil Law.
10. Process management.