|Master of Science (M. Sc.) in Business Administration, General Management||University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics & ICPE||2004/2005|
International MBA degree program as it was called in the 2004-2005 academic year contained the following modules (Professor; Grade):
—Management and Organization (Rudi Rozman; 7); Quantitative Method & Statistics (Jože Čibej; 7); —Management Information Systems (Miro Gradišar; 9); —Human Resources Management & Corporate Culture (Stane Možina, Nada Zupan; 8); —Financial & Cost Accounting (P. K. Jain; 7); Operations Management (Jerry Huxell; 7); —Project Management (Mihály Görög; 8); —Financial Management (Silva Deželan; 8); —Marketing Management (Tomaž Kolar, Vesna Žabkar, Maja Makovec Brenčič; 9); —Managerial Economics (Nevenka Hrovatin; 8); —International Business & Finance (Andrej Kumar; 7); —Strategic Management (Danijel Pučko; 7); —Business Environment (Marko Jaklič, Hugo Zagoršek; 9); —Macroeconomics (Zarjan Fabjančič; 9); —Entrepreneurship & New Venture Creation (Miroslav Glas; 8); —Organizational Behaviour & Organizational Development (Jon Anderson; 8).
FIELD OF STUDY, STUDY PROGRAMME, OPTION; LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION; AVERAGE GRADE:
Social sciences, Master of Science (M. Sc.) in Business Administration, General Management; English; 7.88.
MASTER’S THESIS TITLE; MASTER’S THESIS GRADE; MENTOR:
Abstract of the thesis: Brand architecture is a precondition for the corporate identity development process to start. Although it was not possible to confirm the leading role of design management in development of a corporate identity it is clear that design management is such a wide-spectrum discipline that it would be optimal if it has a leading role in corporate identity development. Corporate identity demands support from top management. The resources for development of the corporate identity are necessary from inside the corporations and from outside consultants.
INFORMATION ON THE FUNCTION OF THE QUALIFICATION
Access to further study: Doctoral programs.
Master’s programme (two years) total: 120 ECTS
Classroom instruction: 90 ECTS
Master’s thesis: 30 ECTS
Professional status: The master’s program in Business Administration prepares students to take up challenges in managerial careers in the national and global economy, as well as in the public sector. The program is scholarly and provides an in-depth theoretical foundation; it developes graduates’ managerial skills and qualifies them for research and development work in business policy and management (i.e., organization).