MBA Degree in Leadership in Croatia

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MBA stands for Master in Business Administration and consists of a program of curriculum that provides a foundation in the core concepts of business, including management, finance, economics, sales, marketing, human resource management, and supply chain management.

Students who pursue an MBA Leadership are equipped with the knowledge and skills that are needed to lead an organization. The program’s curriculum will often combine management skills with strategies to effectively communicate and positively influence people.

Croatia, officially the Republic of Croatia, is a unitary democratic parliamentary republic at the crossroads of Central Europe, the Balkans, and the Mediterranean. Its capital and largest city is Zagreb.

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e-Leadership MBA

Algebra University College
Campus Full time 2 years October 2019 Croatia Zagreb

In a nutshell, our e-Leadership MBA Program curriculum is made in BDS design (business + digital + strategic) and structured around three main standard MBA content competencies: most of the core business MBA (GMP), several of the core technology MBA (ICT) and some key strategic Executive MBA (Leadership) modules. It’s meant to provide the best of breed MBA experience (traditional & advanced technology & strategy oriented e-Leadership). [+]

In a nutshell, our e-Leadership MBA Program curriculum is made in BDS design (business + digital + strategic) and structured around three main standard MBA content competencies: most of the core business MBA (GMP), several of the core technology MBA (ICT) and some key strategic Executive MBA (Leadership) modules. It’s meant to provide the best of breed MBA experience (traditional & advanced technology & strategy oriented e-Leadership).

The two-year e-Leadership MBA Program consists of 18 (17 + 1 introductory) Modules exercised in the duration of 40 lecturers led contact hours (lectures) each (total of 720 contact hours). Per each Module Syllabi, in addition to active participation at Module lectures, students will be required to do some coursework on their own (pre-readings, post-reading, remote interactions with mentor and colleagues) and/or teamwork (case studies, thematic workshops). Total student workload per Module is weighted out by the associated number of ECTS/USCTS. Student achievements of learning outcomes will be assessed and scored through lecturer’s observations of individual assessments and examination at the very end of each Module.... [-]