Master in International Economics and Business (English-taught)

Name of the programme: MSc in International Economics and Business
Level of academic degree: Master’s: MSc
Qualification obtained in the diploma: Economist in International and Business  Economics                                                                
Duration: 4 semesters
Necessary credits for acquiring the degree: 120 credits

Programme outline

The aim of this university-level programme is to train professionals to be able to carry out analytical work in economics within an international environment and in different fields or at various levels of the economic system by acquiring a basic knowledge of international economics, micro- and macroeconomics, globalization, world regions, European integration and international businesses and independently to solve decision-making and analytical tasks. This knowledge will enable them to continue their studies at doctoral level.

Curriculum of MSc in International Economics and Business (beginning in Autumn semester)

For a description of courses, please visit the website: list of the courses for exchange students and click the code of the given course. The courses of the International Economics and Business programme are also available.

Compulsory courses (subjects)

Nr.

Neptun code of the course

Name of course

lectures per week

seminars per week

type of assessment

credit points

semesters

1.

KGNM_GETA019

Research Methodology

0

2

v

4

1

2.

KGNM_NETA009

Theories of Economics

2

0

v

4

1

3.

KGNM_NETA028

Global Economics

2

0

v

4

1

4.

KGNM_NETA035

Advanced International Economics

2

0

v

4

1

5.

KGNM_NETA036

International Business Economics

2

0

v

4

1

6.

KGNM_NETA038

International Organizations and Decision-making

2

0

v

4

1

7.

KGNM_NETA054

Advanced Macroeconomics

2

0

v

4

1

8.

DKNM_NJTA022

International Commercial Transactions

2

0

v

4

2

9.

KGNM_GETA025

Advanced Corporate Finance

0

2

v

4

2

10.

KGNM_MMTA077

Marketing Strategy

2

2

v

6

2

11.

KGNM_MMTA079

Advanced Human Resource Management

2

2

v

6

2

12.

KGNM_MMTA086

Planning and Resources of Integrated Marketing Communication

2

2

v

6

2

13.

KGNM_NETA019

Market Theory

2

2

v

6

2

14.

AKNM_NKTA018

Intercultural Manager Communication

2

2

v

6

3

15.

KGNM_MMTA022

Supply Chain Management

2

2

v

6

3

16.

KGNM_NETA098

Thesis Consultation I. (Master Programme)

0

0

f

5

3

17.

KGNM_RKTA017

Territorial Policy

2

0

v

4

3

18.

KGNM_GETA010

Managerial Accounting

2

2

v

4

4

19.

KGNM_MMTA056

Advanced Project Management

2

0

v

4

4

20.

KGNM_NETA025

Business Planning and Controlling

1

2

v

5

4

21.

KGNM_NETA040

EU Funding System and Tenders

0

2

v

4

4

22.

KGNM_NETA099

Thesis Consultation II. (Master Programme)

0

0

f

10

4

Total credit points

         

108

 

Free optional courses (subjects)

12 credit points should be acquired from this group.

Nr.

Neptun code of course

Name of course

lectures per week

seminars per week

type of assessment

credit points

1.

KGNB_NOKM025

Exchange Course 5

0

0

f

6

2.

KGNM_MMTA012

Process Management

2

0

v

4

3.

KGNM_MMTA014

Advanced Strategic Management

2

0

v

4

4.

KGNM_MMTA020

Media Knowledge and Public Relations Planning

2

2

v

6

5.

KGNM_MMTA063

Business Statistics and Data Mining

2

2

v

4

6.

KGNM_RKTA009

EU Regional Policy

2

0

v

4

7.

KGNM_RKTA016

Regional Economics

2

2

v

6

 

types of assessment

f - evaluation is based on the student’s performance and work during the semester
v - evaluation is based on exam taken by the student in a 5-grade system (excellent (5) – good (4) – satisfactory (3) – pass (2) – fail (1))

For detailed information about the thesis and final exams please go to the website: http://kgk.sze.hu/en_GB/thesis-final-exam/

For information about admission procedure please visit: http://admissions.sze.hu/

 

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