MBA MONE Program Courses

MASTER’s in BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

 

In the Net Economy

 

MBA programs are designed to offer a high level education and training in management to individual who are involved at the managerial level. The MBA MONE (Management of Organizations in the Net Economy) adds to the general MBA program a new dimension that integrates all the implications of internet and communication technologies in the management of private and public organizations.

PROGRAM RULES

 

Acceptance: the program is offered to university graduates with a minimum of 4 years of studies in fields such as engineering, law, economics, chartered accounting, medicine, computer studies, etc. No prior business studies background is required.
Duration: program duration is 2 years. Courses are
offered either in morning or in late afternoon-evening sessions depending on availability and on student preference.
Language of studies: courses are conducted mostly in English (candidates with languages deficiencies are to take remedial courses).
Graduation: to be eligible for the Master’s degree (program conducted with the French state University of Picardie Jules Verne – Amiens; degree: Master's in Business Administration in the Net-Economy – MONE), a student must complete all educational requirements during a minimum of 4 semesters. He must have passed all courses and achieved a minimum cumulative average of 10 over 20. Before graduation, 12 weeks of internship must have been completed. An Individual Research must be submitted, discussed and accepted.
Tuition: the yearly Global Tuition for the Master's 2010-2011 1st year is 5,550 US$. It covers the first year of the program, e-services fees, lab fees, and regular exams. Other services are subject to separate fees listed in the Student Booklet. Tuition is payable quarterly or monthly.

 

Detailed rules & regulations are found in the Student Booklet
Majors, programs and course descriptions are available on www.lfu-bmu.net


PROGRAM COURSES

 

International Economic Policy; Business Organization & Industrial Strategies; Monetary Institutions & International Finance; International Strategy & Marketing; Management Control & International Team; Business Strategy; Business English & Communication; Management Information Systems; Project Management – International; Business Quantitative & Financial Techniques - Managerial Statistics; European Economy; Human Resources Management; General Accounting; Cost Accounting & Budgeting; Business Game; Financial Management; Labor & Business Law; Info Management & Business Competitiveness; Concepts & Models of e-business; Net Economy & Sustainable Development; Management & Productivity of ICT; Innovation Economy and Progress; Strategic Management & Audit - E-trading; E-marketing - E-Supply Chain Management; Entrepreneurial Project Management;  E-Business Project Design & Management; Entrepreneurship; Internship; Professional Project (final); Research

 

International Economics Policy BUSINESS ECONOMICS: economic purpose and methodology; supply and demand, revenues and savings, fiscal policies, money and banking, trade and payment balances, foreign exchange; microeconomic analysis; crisis, states, markets between WW1 and WW2; growth dynamics and economic policies; the second 20th century crisis and the questioning of the State; macro-economic regulation: Keynesianism & monetary synthesis; rational anticipations and inefficiency of the academic policies: new traditional macroeconomics; the revalued economic policy

 

Business Organization & Industrial strategies: Business analysis & organizational theories; Industrial strategies; management and managers environment, developments, corporate culture, decision making, planning, leading, motivating, managing, controlling, change culture, trends; introduction to modern TQM; researching, designing, developing, implementing, and sustaining service quality; the developing role of quality; delighting internal customers; quality and role of human resources; operative selection techniques

 

Monetary Analysis and International finance: National economies and international economy; Balances of payment and exchange markets; The financial globalization; Financial transactions related to the international trade; The international monetary system: past, present, future

 

INTERNATIONAL STRATEGY & MARKETING: introduction to markets, consumer behavior, marketing information systems, marketing research techniques and databases, product management, distribution, communication and pricing; services marketing; retail management; brand management; advanced sales management relationship marketing; international marketing; strategic marketing
Management Control and International Team: implementation of managerial control; planning & budgeting; business evaluation; controlling and piloting performance; organizational intelligence and behavior regulation
BUSINESS STRATEGY: corporate identity; strategic segmentation of activities; competitive analysis; strategic position diagnosis; HR diagnosis; strategy formulation; internationalization strategies

 

BUSINESS ENGLISH & COMMUNICATION: written and oral communication skills applied to various essential business needs and situations; non-verbal communication; internal communication; media communication

 

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS: computer systems and components, computer skills in management; information technologies, functional systems, systems development, services acquisition, subcontracting, EDP centers management, decision support tools, business and process reengineering, ethics
PROJECT MANAGEMENT – INTERNATIONAL: project management techniques and methodology applied to local and international projects
BUSINESS QUANTITATIVE & FINANCIAL TECHNIQUES: simple interest and discount calculation, compounded interest, bond calculations, investment analysis
MANAGERIAL STATISTICS: statistical series with one and two variables, indexes, chronological series; operational research: decision-making, linear programming, project management

 

EUROPEAN ECONOMY: overview of European economic systems and organizations; implications on businesses in Europe and in partner countries
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: psychology and group dynamics, decision-making, teamwork, creativity, leadership, trends; careers management; recruitment and evaluation; compensation schemes and strategies

 

GENERAL ACCOUNTING: role, principles, basics and legal aspects of accounting; accounting operations during and at the end of the year, tax and accounting reports; legal aspects of different types of company set-up, management and liquidation, company valuation, equity transactions, mergers and liquidations
COST ACCOUNTING & BUDGETING: principles and objectives, organization, costing, margins, types of expenses and costs, cost analysis; planning and budgeting, forecasting and analyzing, various types of budgets
BUSINESS GAME: real life business simulations

 

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: analysis techniques, short and long term financial operations, bank relations, capital market activities; taxation environment, categories of taxes, collection systems, controls; case studies on business taxation
LABOR & BUSINESS LAW: rights and obligations of workers and employers, social security; conflicts management; Introduction to business law, sources of law, rights and obligations, legal organization and disputes; trade, trade instruments and contracts; company by-laws, legal aspects of various types of companies’ set-up, management and liquidation, mergers and acquisitions legal aspects; stressed and workout situations

 

INFO MANAGEMENT & BUSINESS COMPETITIVENESS: information systems designed to enhance productivity and capitalize on e-trends CONCEPTS & MODELS in E-BUSINESS: analysis and design of e-business models and systems adapted to specific business environments

 

NET ECONOMY & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: influence of e-organizations and markets on national and business development

 

MANAGEMENT & PRODUCTIVITY of ICT: integration of Internet and communication technologies in the business model

 

INNOVATION ECONOMY & PROGRESS: businesses and new products development:  environment survey, creative and innovation oriented research; from research to development; the innovative organization; the innovative systems at the regional and national levels

 

E-MARKETING – E-SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: application of marketing and supply management systems in an e-environment

 

ENTREPRENEURIAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT - ENTREPRENEURSHIP: methodology and approaches in the process of creating and setting-up a business project
E-BUSINESS PROJECT DESIGN & MANAGEMENT: tools and methods in the creation and set-up of an e-business

 

PROFESSIONAL PROJECT & INTERNSHIP

 


COURSES – CREDITS – HOURS

 

 

LFU MONE PROGRAMME

 

CREDITS LFU

 

CREDITS UPJV

 

UPJV - LFU PROGRAMME COURSES

 

HOURS

 

1st YEAR

 

         

B.ECO.401

 

1

 

4

 

Business Economics - International Economic Policy

 

 

15

 

B.EUR.401

 

1

 

4

 

European Economy

 

 

15

 

B.IMF.401

 

1

 

4

 

Monetary Institutions & International Finance

 

 

15

 

B.ORG.401

 

1

 

4

 

Business Organization

 

 

15

 

B.BUS.401

 

1

 

 

Business Game Kalypso

 

 

15

 

B.HRM.401

 

1

 

 

Human Resources

 

 

15

 

B.STR.501

 

1

 

4

 

Business Strategy

 

 

15

 

B.IPM.401

 

1

 

2

 

International Team

 

 

10

 

M.MKT.401

 

1

 

 

 

Marketing

 

 

15

 

M.MKR.401

 

1

 

 

Marketing Research

 

 

15

 

Q.STA.401

 

1

 

2

 

Managerial Statistics

 

 

15

 

M.MBD.501

 

1

 

4

 

International Marketing Strategies

 

 

15

 

A.GEN.401

 

1

 

 

 

General Accounting

 

 

15

 

Q.BMT.401

 

1

 

2

 

Business Math

 

 

15

 

A.CAB.401

 

1

 

 

Cost Accounting & Budgeting

 

 

15

 

F.FIN.401

 

1

 

 

Financial Management

 

 

15

 

B.IPM.401

 

1

 

2

 

Management Control

 

 

10

 

I.IST.401

 

1

 

4

 

Management Information Systems

 

 

15

 

B.PMI.401

 

1

 

4

 

International Project Management

 

 

15

 

P.INT.401

 

1

 

6

 

Professional Project (internship)

 

 

 

 

P.INT.402

 

2

 

12

 

Professional Project (internship)

 

 

15

 

C.FRE.401

 

1

 

 

 

French

 

 

20

 

C.BEN.401

 

1

 

2

 

Business English

 

 

25

 

B.COM.401

 

1

 

 

 

Communication

 

 

15

 

 

25

 

60

 

   

350

 

2nd YEAR

 

         

B.ESD.501

 

1

 

4

 

Net Economy & Sustainable Development

 

 

15

 

B.INN.501

 

1

 

3

 

Innovation Economy

 

 

15

 

B.MBC.501

 

1

 

4

 

Information Management & Business Competitiveness

 

 

15

 

B.AHR.501

 

1

 

 

 

Advanced Management & HR

 

 

20

 

Q.OPR.501

 

1

 

 

Operational Research

 

 

15

 

M.MEB.501

 

1

 

4

 

Concepts & Models of e-business

 

 

15

 

M.AMK.501

 

1

 

 

 

Advanced Marketing

 

 

20

 

M.EMK.501

 

1

 

4

 

E-marketing

 

 

15

 

B.EBP.501

 

1

 

4

 

E-business project Design & Management

 

 

15

 

A.ADV.501

 

1

 

 

 

Advanced Accounting - Taxation

 

 

30

 

F.COR.501

 

1

 

 

Corporate Finance - Business Plans

 

 

20

 

F.TRD.501

 

1

 

4

 

E-trading*/ Finance

 

 

15

 

L.LBL.501

 

1

 

4

 

Business Law & Entrepreneurship - Internet Law

 

 

30

 

I.DES.501

 

1

 

3

 

MIS - Analysis & Design

 

 

15

 

I.MPT.501

 

1

 

4

 

Management & Productivity of ICT

 

 

15

 

B.PRO.501

 

3

 

6

 

Entrepreneurship - Creation & Management of an e-Organization

 

 

15

 

P.INT.501

 

6

 

16

 

Professional Project (internship)

 

 

15

 

C.FRE.501

 

1

 

 

 

French

 

 

20

 

C.BRW.501

 

1

 

 

Business Reports Writing

 

 

20

 

 C.RES.501

 

 

 

 

 

Research & Projects

 

 

10

 

 

26

 

60

 

   

350

 

 

51

 

120

 

   

700

 



 

   
 
 
 
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