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  1. EQF Level 6, Business Management Bachelor degree program

    Goal and objectives of the course

    The course Mathematical Methods and Models in Business Management (MMMBM) aims to provide students with fundamental training in selected chapters of calculus with priority application in practice of the management of the business management. The main tasks of the training course are designed to acquire the basic knowledge and skills in the application of mathematical methods in the field of linear algebra, analytic geometry, functions of a real variable, integral and differential calculus in analyzing, forecasting and regulation of economic processes and phenomena in the modern market economy. With the successful completion of the training course in MMMBM students can solve a wide range of theoretical and practical tasks used quantitative methods in the management of business processes. The course provides fundamental knowledge of students in mathematics, gives the relationship of the knowledge and skills to use modern methods of organization and management of business activities. For learning and successful learning process underlying the discipline, students need a solid background in mathematics, as well as of basic knowledge in economics, organization and management of the company's business in the market economy. The course has a practical focus and aims to demonstrate and apply fundamental mathematical approaches which are widely used in the development of computer models used. The consistent curriculum, the planned exercises and the system for monitoring and evaluation of knowledge and skills are based on these practical tasks.

  2. EQF Level 6, Alternative Tourism Bachelor degree program

    Goal and objectives of the course

    The course Mathematical Methods and Models (MMM) aims to provide students with fundamental training in selected chapters of calculus with priority application in practice of the management of the tourism industry. The main tasks of the training course is designed to acquire the basic knowledge and skills in the application of mathematical methods in the field of linear algebra, analytic geometry, functions of a real variable integral and differential calculus in analyzing, forecasting and regulation of economic processes and phenomena a modern market economy. With the successful completion of the training course in MMM students can solve a wide range of theoretical and practical tasks used quantitative methods in the management of tourism. The course provides fundamental knowledge of students in mathematics, gives the relationship of the knowledge and skills to use modern methods of organization and management of tourism activities. For learning and successful learning process underlying the discipline, students need a solid background in mathematics, as well as of basic knowledge in economics, organization and management of the company's business in a market economy. The course has a practical focus and aims to demonstrate and apply fundamental mathematical approaches which are widely used in the development of computer models used. The consistent curriculum, the planned exercises and the system for monitoring and evaluation of knowledge and skills are based on these practical tasks.

  3. EQF Level 6, Business Management Bachelor degree program

    EQF Level 7, Business Management Master degree program

    Goal and objectives of the course

    The course Econometrics aims to provide students with the basics of econometrics. Future Business Managers have to acquire basic skills and habits to quantification, analysis and forecasting the business processes in the company; to give practical knowledge of students for a wide range of issues related to analyzing, planning and regulation of management company activities. For studying and successful implementation of the material underlying the discipline, students need basic knowledge in economics and business management of the companies operating in the market economy, but also by fundamental training in mathematical analysis and economic statistics. The course broadens and deepens the knowledge and experience of students in mastering modern methods of business management. The course has practical aims to build students mostly practical skills, which are tailored educational content, exercises and planned system for monitoring and evaluation of acquired knowledge and skills. Discipline strengthens, and enrich the knowledge and skills students learned in the courses Mathematics and Mathematical Methods in Business Management, Microeconomics and Computer systems.

  4. Level 6, Business Management Bachelor degree program

    Goal and objectives of the course

    The course Geographic Information Systems (GIS) aims to introduce students to the possibilities of GIS as a modern information technology and as a tool to support the decision making process in the field of business management. The main tasks of the training course aimed at preparing future business managers using geo-information technologies for economic organization and management of business processes, to provide practical knowledge and skills of students to work with GIS applications-software. With the successful completion of the training course on GIS students can solve a wide range of theoretical and practical issues related to the design, creation and use of generic and thematic GIS projects, and their use in solving different in the analysis of geospatial data. The course provides comprehensive training of students on the use of geospatial information and gives the relationship of the knowledge and skills to use modern methods of organization and management of business activities. For teaching and successful learning process underlying the discipline, students need a solid background in analytical geometry of 2-D and 3-D spaces, the relational data model, statistics, computer systems, as well as basic knowledge the economy, organization and management of the company's business in a market economy. The course has a practical focus and aims to provide the necessary minimum of theoretical knowledge of the nature of GIS as a modern and dynamic interdisciplinary field of science, the nature and structure of GIS as a modern information technology models of geo-spatial data the use of 2-D and 3-D coordinate systems and projections in computer modeling of geographical processes and phenomena it studies the basics of geo-statistics. Planned laboratory and system for monitoring and evaluation of knowledge and skills aimed at developing the basic operations in GIS, the creation and use of GIS projects with the help of the software package ArcMap 10.х.

  5. EQF Level 6, Alternative Tourism Bachelor degree program

    Goal and objectives of the course

    The course Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in tourism aims to introduce students to the possibilities of GIS as a modern information technology and as a tool to support the decision making process in the field of tourism. The main tasks of the training course aimed at preparing future economists in the field of tourism using geo-information technologies for economic organization and management of business processes in the field of tourism, to provide practical knowledge and skills of students to work with GIS applications-software. With the successful completion of the training course on GIS in tourism students can solve a wide range of theoretical and practical issues related to the design, creation and use of generic and thematic GIS projects, and their use in solving different in the analysis of geospatial data. The course provides comprehensive training of students on the use of geospatial information and gives the relationship of the knowledge and skills to use modern methods of organization and management of tourism activities. For teaching and successful learning process underlying the discipline, students need a solid background in analytical geometry of 2-D and 3-D spaces, the relational data model, statistics, computer systems, as well as basic knowledge the economy, organization and management of the company's business in a market economy. The course has a practical focus and aims to provide the necessary minimum of theoretical knowledge of the nature of GIS as a modern and dynamic interdisciplinary field of science, the nature and structure of GIS as a modern information technology models of geo-spatial data the use of 2-D and 3-D coordinate systems and projections in computer modeling of geographical processes and phenomena it studies the basics of geo-statistics. Planned laboratory and system for monitoring and evaluation of knowledge and skills aimed at developing the basic operations in GIS, the creation and use of GIS projects in the field of tourism with the help of the software package ArcMap 10.x.

  6. EQF Level 6, Business Management Bachelor degree program

    EQF Level 7, Business Management Master degree program

    Goal and objectives of the course

    The course Management Information Systems (MIS), aims to introduce students to the basic methods and tools for the creation, maintenance and development of management information systems for the needs of business management; the future economists have to learn basic skills and habits for systematic analysis of the management structure and functional model of company management; to give practical knowledge of students for assessment and analysis of the effectiveness of the implementation and operation of business information systems. For studying and successful implementation of the material underlying the course students need a basic knowledge of computer technology, informatics and the foundations of a market economy. The course has practical aims to build students mostly practical skills, which are tailored educational content, exercises and planned system for monitoring and evaluation of knowledge and skills. Discipline strengthens, and enrich the knowledge and experience of the students learned in the courses Macroeconomics, Computing, Database management, GIS and Global networks and telecommunications.

  7. Level 7, in Forestry’s Master degree program

    Goal and objectives of the course

    The course Basics of scientific research aims to introduce students to a common approach to conducting research, starting from observation and experiment - to implementation of research results using traditional and modern methods for designing, optimizing and analyzing technical systems technology and economic processes. Students should learn mathematical methods and models for the purposes of scientific experiments that allow objectively evaluate quantitative and qualitative results of experimental research into the physiology of plants, forestry, forest plantations, forest taxation, soil science, genetics and selection and other scientific areas that are essential for the Master degree in Forestry students. After successfully completing the course, students are familiar with the general principles, methods and elements of the methodology for complex research and methodology of experimental research. The student should mastered the essence of scientific and common-specific scientific-research methods; and methods for making management decisions based on the interpretation of data from experimental studies.