My international MBA degree program was pursued in the 2004-2005 academic year and contained all together sixteen modules, all the way from the Management and Organization to the Organizational Behaviour & Organizational Development.
Field of study: Social sciences. Study programme: Master of Science (M. Sc.) in Business Administration. Option; General Management.
Access to further study: Doctoral programs. Master’s programme (two years) total: 120 ECTS. Classroom instruction: 90 ECTS. Master’s thesis: 30 ECTS Continue reading
Core courses of my Master in Anthropology were: —Epistemology of the Humanities; —Anthropology of the Current World; —Political Anthropology; —Technicalistic home and family in between the media; —Psychoanalysis and Feminism (psychoanalysis, body policies); —Anthropology and Racism.
It is a humanistic field of study, programme of study was Anthropology of Everyday Life, Media Studies, language of instruction was Slovene and my average grade was 9.17.
My master’s thesis title was: Šport in rekreacija v vsakdanjem življenju kot način za nadzorovanje teles: politike teles in medijski konstrukti; master’s thesis grade was 10 and my mentor was Melita Zajc, PhD, Assistant Professor. Continue reading