Grado en Administración y Dirección de Empresas

Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and Management

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Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Management

In the online Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Management (ADE), the concept of organization is studied in depth. In this sense, we will see that the Theory of Organization responds to and integrates the diverse set of scientific approaches that study it.

The objective is to understand its socio-economic reality and allow an efficient and effective management of the entity or economic subject that vertebrates the modern economy. Therefore, studying Business Administration and Management will provide you with the analysis to understand the diversity, the taxonomy of the structures and behavior of organizations or companies, considered as open socio-technical systems.

In this Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Management (ADE) we will approach the general theory of business organization, which introduces you to the core concept of the company as an organization.

In the program in Business Administration and Management (ADE) we will study in depth the five aspects with which a company or its main subsystems can be studied. Thus, in this degree we will see the following systems: Technical (ST), Human (SH), Management (SD), Cultural (SC) and Political or Power (SP).

STUDY PLAN 

SEMESTER 1

[accordion][accordion_element title=”Introducción a la economía I”]

  1. Basic aspects of a social science..
  2. Market forces of supply and demand.
  3. Elasticity and its application.
  4. Consumers, producers and market efficiency.
  5. Supply, demand and economic policy.
  6. International trade.
  7. Market failures.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Financial Accounting I”]

  1. Accounting as an information system.
  2. Theory of equity.
  3. The accounting method and double entry.
  4. Recording procedures.
  5. The accounting cycle.
  6. Treasury.
  7. Trade receivables and payables.
  8. Accounting regulations.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Company administration”]

  1. The company: conceptual aspects.
  2. The company and its environment.
  3. Business administration.
  4. Evolution of the administrative thought.
  5. The planning function.
  6. The organization function.
  7. The management function: leadership.
  8. The management function: motivation and communication.
  9. The control function.
  10. The essence of administrative work: decision making.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Mathematics of financial operations”]

  1. Basic concepts.
  2. Financial laws.
  3. Unification of capitals. Application to financial laws.
  4. Study of short-term active operations.
  5. Study of short-term passive operations.
  6. Introduction to the theory of income.
  7. Constant discrete income.
  8. Variable discrete income.
  9. Fractional variable annuities.
  10. Amortization financial operations (I).
  11. Amortization financial transactions (II).
  12. Amortization financial transactions (III).

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Mathematics for Business I”]

  1. Functions of one variable.
  2. Optimization of functions of one variable.
  3. Functions of several real variables. Limits and continuity.
  4. Functions of several real variables. Derivability.

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SEMESTER 2

[accordion][accordion_element title=”Introduction to Economics II”]

  1. Introduction to macroeconomic variables and problems.
  2. Economic growth.
  3. Savings and investment.
  4. International transactions and balance of payments.
  5. Macroeconomic analysis of an open economy.
  6. Money, prices and inflation.
  7. Long-term unemployment.
  8. Economic fluctuations and short-run production.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Statistics for Business I”]

  1. One-dimensional frequency distribution.
  2. Two-dimensional frequency distribution.
  3. Fundamentals of probability.
  4. Random variables.
  5. Introduction to random variable models.
  6. Index numbers.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Financial Accounting II”]

  1. Inventories.
  2. Other financial assets.
  3. Other financial liabilities.
  4. Non-financial fixed assets.
  5. Valuation adjustments of non-financial fixed assets.
  6. Provisions.
  7. Own sources of financing.
  8. The accounting result.
  9. The annual accounts.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Introduction to marketing”]

  1. Defining marketing for new realities.
  2. Information gathering and demand forecasting.
  3. Market research.
  4. Analysis of consumer markets.
  5. Analysis of business markets.
  6. Market segment identification and brand positioning design.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Civil law”]

  1. Approach to law.
  2. The subjective right.
  3. The contract.
  4. The breach of contract.
  5. Main contractual figures.
  6. The non-contractual civil liability.
  7. Tenancy and ownership of goods.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Mathematics for Business II”]

  1. Integral calculus.
  2. Determinants and symmetric matrices.
  3. Introduction to optimization techniques.
  4. Unconstrained optimization.
  5. Optimización con restricciones de igualdad.

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SEMESTER 3

[accordion][accordion_element title=”Statistics for Business II”]

  1. Models of random variables.
  2. Introduction to statistical inference.
  3. Point estimation.
  4. Confidence intervals.
  5. Hypothesis testing.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Higher financial accounting”]

  1. The international accounting framework: example of Spain.
  2. Non-current assets.
  3. Financial instruments.
  4. Current assets and income from rents and services rendered.
  5. Other recording and valuation rules.
  6. The accounting close and the annual accounts.
  7. The annual accounts of the group.
  8. The audit of accounts.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Microeconomics”]

  1. Technology and production costs.
  2. The firm in perfect competition.
  3. The monopoly.
  4. Market power.
  5. Monopolistic competition and oligopoly.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Organizational design”]

  1. Fundamentals of organization.
  2. Theoretical approaches to organizational design.
  3. Job design and coordination.
  4. Organizational unit design and coordination.
  5. Decision system design.
  6. Contingency factors.
  7. Basic structural configurations.
  8. Flexible structural configurations.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Commercial law I”]

  1. Commercial law.
  2. Entrepreneur and company.
  3. Registration and accounting documentation duties.
  4. Representation of the entrepreneur.
  5. General theory of companies.
  6. Personalistic companies.
  7. Characterization of the capital companies: concept, economic function and financing.
  8. Incorporation of capital companies.
  9. Legal position of the partner: shares and participations.
  10. Organizational structure of the capital companies.
  11. Modification of the articles of association.
  12. Extinction of the capital companies.
  13. Structural modifications.
  14. Other commercial companies: special and mutual companies.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Economic history”]

  1. Economic growth in the long run.
  2. The industrial revolution.
  3. The creation of an international economy.
  4. The interwar economy.
  5. The golden age of capitalism.
  6. Crisis and restructuring of the international economy (1973-2000).

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SEMESTER 4

[accordion][accordion_element title=”Financial system”]

  1. Introduction to the financial system.
  2. The banking system.
  3. Main non-bank institutions.
  4. Financial markets.
  5. Regulatory and supervisory bodies.
  6. Monetary policy.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”World Economy”]

  1. Measurement of economic activity.
  2. Growth and development.
  3. World trade and investment.
  4. Economic integration processes: the particular case of the European Union.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Accounting of companies”]

  1. Accounting by reason of the subject.
  2. Characteristics of the capital companies.
  3. Incorporation and contributions in capital companies.
  4. Capital increases in capital companies.
  5. Capital reductions in capital companies.
  6. Own shares and participations in capital companies.
  7. Borrowings in capital companies.
  8. The application of the result in the capital companies.
  9. Merger, spin-off and global assignment of assets and liabilities in capital companies.
  10. Dissolution and liquidation of capital companies.
  11. Other corporate forms.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Operations management”]

  1. Operations management.
  2. Process management.
  3. Capacity, location and distribution of plants.
  4. Quality management.
  5. Supply chain management.
  6. Inventory management.
  7. Production planning and control.
  8. Project management.
  9. Just-in-time production.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Commercial Law II”]

  1. The market. Basic rights and competition law.
  2. Industrial property.
  3. The securities. bill of exchange.
  4. Promissory note and check.
  5. Commercial contracts.
  6. Contracts of sale and purchase, commission and similar.
  7. Concession, franchise and agency contracts.
  8. Contracts of transport and commercial deposit.
  9. Contracts of credit institutions.
  10. Contracts in the securities market.
  11. Insurance contracts.
  12. Insolvency proceedings.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Sociology of business and organizations”]

  1. Sociology of business and organizations.
  2. The firm as an organization.
  3. Transformations in work and worker qualification.
  4. The environment of the firm: the welfare state and labor relations.
  5. Population and labor market.

[/accordion_element][/accordion]

SEMESTER 5

[accordion][accordion_element title=”Cost accounting I”]

  1. Introduction to cost accounting.
  2. Internal and external accounting.
  3. Direct costs: raw materials and labor.
  4. Indirect and semi-direct costs.
  5. Cost carriers model.
  6. Process cost model.
  7. The homogeneous sections model (full cost).

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Marketing Management I”]

  1. Products and brand.
  2. Services marketing.
  3. Price and consumer value.
  4. Pricing strategies.
  5. Distribution channels and supply chain management.
  6. Wholesalers and retailers.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Financial Management I”]

  1. Financial management in the company.
  2. The cost of capital in the company.
  3. The investment in the company.
  4. Theoretical foundations of investment decisions.
  5. Other criteria for investment selection.
  6. Comparison of NPV and IRR criteria and selection of risky investments.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Macroeconomics”]

  1. Long-run economic growth.
  2. A short-run model.
  3. Stabilization policy and the aggregate supply and demand model.
  4. Exchange rates and international finance.
  5. The state budget constraint and the problem of high public indebtedness.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Human resources management”]

  1. Human resources and competitive advantage.
  2. Job design.
  3. Human resources planning.
  4. Employee recruitment.
  5. Performance evaluation and management.
  6. Training and career development.
  7. Compensation management.
  8. Current issues in human resources management.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Economy of the most outstanding Spanish-speaking countries”]

  1. Determinants and features of economic growth.
  2. Foreign sector.
  3. Labor market.
  4. Public sector.
  5. Growth and crisis in the economy.
  6. The business factor.

[/accordion_element][/accordion]

SEMESTER 6

[accordion][accordion_element title=”Contabilidad de costes II”]

  1. Costs in multiple production.
  2. Fixed and variable costs.
  3. Rational allocation model.
  4. Variable cost model and cost-volume-profit analysis.
  5. Activity based costing (abc) model.
  6. Budget management and standard costs.
  7. Cost and management accounting for decision making.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Marketing Management II”]

  1. Coordination of the marketing mix and integrated marketing communication.
  2. Advertising.
  3. Sales promotion.
  4. Public relations and sponsorship.
  5. Direct and online marketing.
  6. Sales management and personal selling.
  7. Sales team management.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Financial management II”]

  1. Introduction to capital structure.
  2. Capital structure theory.
  3. Dividend policy.
  4. Short-term financial management.
  5. Debtors management.
  6. Cash management.
  7. Short-term financial resources management.
  8. Short-term financial projections.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Financial economics”]

  1. Financial economics.
  2. Financial markets.
  3. Portfolio formation theory.
  4. Capital market theory.
  5. Stock valuation.
  6. Bond valuation.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Econometrics”]

  1. Introduction.
  2. The MCO estimator.
  3. Properties of the MCO estimator.
  4. Inference and prediction.
  5. Dummy variables.
  6. Heteroscedasticity.
  7. Regression with time series.

[/accordion_element][/accordion]

SEMESTER 7

[accordion][accordion_element title=”Marketing research”]

  1. Concept and planning of commercial research.
  2. Qualitative techniques of information collection.
  3. Quantitative techniques of information collection.
  4. Questionnaire design and measurement scales.
  5. Sampling and field work.
  6. Basic analysis of survey data.
  7. Multivariate analysis of survey data.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Taxation I”]

  1. Essential elements of the tax system.
  2. Personal income tax.
  3. Wealth tax.
  4. Inheritance and gift tax.
  5. National financing.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Strategic Management I”]

  1. Concept of business strategy.
  2. Concept and method of strategic management.
  3. Analysis of the general environment.
  4. Analysis of the specific environment: common characteristics of the industrial sector.
  5. Problems of strategic groups.
  6. Strategic analysis.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Advanced financial economics”]

  1. Futures markets.
  2. Price formation and hedging strategies with futures.
  3. Forward and swap transactions.
  4. Basic concepts about options.
  5. Option valuation theory.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Analysis of accounting statements”]

  1. Annual accounts and interim financial statements.
  2. Fundamentals of accounting analysis.
  3. Short-term financial analysis.
  4. Long-term financial analysis.
  5. Profitability analysis.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Labor law”]

  1. Scope of application of labor law.
  2. Normative sources of labor law.
  3. Trade unions. Collective disputes.
  4. Collective bargaining. Collective bargaining.
  5. The employment contract. Elements. Subjects of the contract.
  6. Rights and duties of the worker. Access to employment.
  7. Modalities of hiring.
  8. Salary.
  9. Working hours.
  10. Vicissitudes of the labor relation.
  11. Termination of the employment contract.

[/accordion_element][/accordion]

SEMESTER 8

[accordion][accordion_element title=”Marketing strategy”]

  1. Strategy and marketing.
  2. The audit and the strategic marketing plan.
  3. Dynamic assessment of market attractiveness.
  4. Competitive analysis.
  5. Models for strategic diagnosis of the product portfolio.
  6. Growth strategies.
  7. New product development strategy.
  8. Competitive marketing strategies.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Taxation II”]

  1. Corporate income tax I.
  2. Corporate Income Tax II.
  3. Value added tax.
  4. Tax on capital transfers and documented legal acts.
  5. Special taxes.
  6. Financing.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Strategic Direction II”]

  1. The strategic formulation process.
  2. Strategies at the business unit level.
  3. Strategies at the corporate level.
  4. Modes of business development.
  5. Internationalization strategies.
  6. Strategies and characteristics of the sector.
  7. Strategy implementation.
  8. Strategic control.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”English for Business (Elective)”]

  1. Business administration and management / company structure.
  2. Advertising.
  3. Finance and money.
  4. Cultural diversity.
  5. Employment.
  6. Trade and commerce.

[/accordion_element][accordion_element title=”Bachelor’s thesis”] [/accordion_element][/accordion]

 Admission

Once you apply for your place, we will proceed to conduct an informative interview. After submitting the documents, places will be assigned in order of application, so it is recommended that you apply well in advance (pre-registration for the program is a pre-reservation and does not involve any cost to the student). Once your place has been assigned, you will then have to pay a registration fee.

Degree and entry requirements

Official Degree issued by the American University of Europe (UNADE) with agreement number 201512LADE.

After the informative interview you must send us the following documentation to the email admin@institutoibt.com:

High School Diploma

 Curriculum Vitae
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