The 16 courses that are required to successfully complete the program are grouped into four Modules, the structure of which is analyzed below:

Core Modules

Module: Quantitative Methods and Business Economics (20 ECTS)

It contains the following courses:

  • Quantitative Methods for Business Decision Taking
  • Applied Statistics for Executives
  • Economic Environment
  • Business Economics

Module: Financial and Accounting Decision Taking (20 ECTS)

It contains the following courses:

  • Accounting and Financial Reporting
  • Corporate Finance
  • Investment Analysis
  • Portfolio Management

Module: Financial and Accounting Decision Taking (20 ECTS)

It contains the following courses:

  • Accounting and Financial Reporting
  • Corporate Finance
  • Investment Analysis
  • Portfolio Management

Module: Managerial Decision Taking (20 ECTS)

It contains the following courses:

  • Management and Business Strategy
  • Human Resource Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Managerial Accounting – Cost Accounting

Concentration / Major Modules

Concentration: Business Administration (general track)

Module: Special Topics in Business & Bank Administration (ECTS 20)

It contains the following courses:

  • Financial Accounting
  • Market Research
  • Project Management
  • Change Management

Concentration: Business Administration (general track)

Module: Special Topics in Business & Bank Administration (ECTS 20)

It contains the following courses:

  • Financial Accounting
  • Market Research
  • Project Management
  • Change Management

Concentration: Bank Management

Module: Special Topics in Business & Bank Administration (ECTS 20)

It contains the following courses:

  • Financial System and Monetary Policy
  • Institutional and Regulatory Banking Environment
  • Commercial Bank Management
  • Financial Risk Management

Module: Dissertation (ECTS 40)

Module: Dissertation (ECTS 40)

According to the basic characteristics of the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System, 60 credits are allocated to the workload of a full time academic year, either undergraduate or postgraduate. In consequence, a student of the MBA cannot attend modules that aggregate more than 60 credits per academic year.