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Degree in Business Administration

240 credits - Faculty of Economics and Business

The Degree in Business Administration aims to provide the necessary knowledge and skills for business administration and management. The programme intends to train professionals who, with solid economic knowledge, are able to carry out administration and management, analysis, and advisory tasks whether at SMEs or at TNCs. In turn, the programme is aimed at both general management and each of the functional areas in a business: production, human resources, finances, marketing, administration and accounts. The skills graduates will attain include: the ability to analyse a business in its environment and identify and anticipate market opportunities; assign and distribute available resources; gather, organise, interpret and transmit relevant information; hire and motivate staff, take decisions and teamwork, and adapt to new technologies and new economic realities. In order to ensure success in an ever more globalised world, students will acquire the ability to understand, speak and write in English.

Credit Summary

Core Training Mandatory Elective Subjects External Practicum Final Degree Project Total
  60   120   30   18   12 240

Pathway in English

Students have the possibility of attaining the Pathway in English accredication if they take at least 100 degree credits in English:

  • A minimum of 60 credits in the first three years (from core and obligatory subjects).
  • A stay at an overseas university, studying in English.
  • Students knowledge of English, as required to obtain the degree, will be accredited.

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Subjects

First-year subjects
Name Type Credits Teaching
language
Period
20400 - Basic Notions of Law Core Training 6,0
20600 - Economic Environment Core Training 6,0
20601 - Mathematics Core Training 6,0
20602 - Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations Core Training 6,0
20604 - Tax System Core Training 6,0
20605 - Microeconomics Core Training 6,0
20606 - Analysis of Economic Data Core Training 6,0
20607 - Introduction to Business Core Training 6,0
21200 - Finance Accounting I Core Training 6,0
21201 - Finance Accounting II Core Training 6,0
Second-year subjects
Name Type Credits Teaching
language
Period
21202 - Financial Economics Mandatory 6,0
21203 - Economic History of Enterprises Mandatory 6,0
21204 - Production and Operation Management Mandatory 6,0
21205 - Econometrics Mandatory 6,0
21206 - Cost Accountancy Mandatory 6,0
21207 - Corporate Investment and Financing Decisions Mandatory 6,0
21208 - Design of Organisations Mandatory 6,0
21209 - Industrial Economics Mandatory 6,0
21210 - Spanish and World Economics Mandatory 6,0
21211 - Comporate Law Mandatory 6,0
Third-year subjects
Name Type Credits Teaching
language
Period
21212 - Financial Risk Management Mandatory 6,0
21213 - Business Strategy Mandatory 6,0
21214 - Macroeconomics Mandatory 6,0
21215 - Financial and Corporate Accounting Mandatory 6,0
21216 - Commercial Management I Mandatory 6,0
21217 - Financial Management Mandatory 6,0
21218 - Management of Human Resources Mandatory 6,0
21219 - Commercial Management II Mandatory 6,0
21220 - Account Analysis and Auditing Mandatory 6,0
21221 - Market Research and Consumer Behaviour Mandatory 6,0
Fourth-year subjects
Name Type Credits Teaching
language
Period
21222 - Final Degree Project Final Degree Project 12,0
21223 - Practical Placements External Placements 18,0
Elective subjects
Name Type Credits Teaching
language
Period
20514 - Tourism Industry Contracts Elective 6,0
20625 - Economic Evaluation of Projects Elective 6,0
20632 - Survey Analysis and Multivariate Techniques Elective 6,0
20639 - Administrative Law Elective 3,0
20642 - Education and Labour Market Elective 6,0
20646 - Personal Income Tax Elective 6,0
20647 - Corporation Tax Elective 6,0
20648 - Consumption Tax Elective 6,0
21145 - Business English Elective 6,0
21225 - Account Auditing Elective 6,0
21226 - Accountancy and Management Control Elective 6,0
21227 - Bank Management Elective 6,0
21228 - Financial Stock Markets Elective 6,0
21229 - Banking Products Elective 3,0
21230 - Financial Marketing Elective 3,0
21231 - Banking Law and Insurance Elective 6,0
21235 - Entrepreneurship Elective 6,0
21239 - Innovation Management Elective 6,0
21240 - Family Business Elective 6,0
21241 - Management Skills Elective 6,0
21243 - Social Responsibility and Business Ethics Elective 6,0
21246 - E-Marketing Elective 3,0
20631 - Economic and Political Regulation of Competition Elective 6,0
20637 - Evaluation of Public Policies Elective 3,0
20638 - Public Management Elective 6,0
20641 - Management of Public Contracting Elective 3,0
20649 - International Taxation Elective 3,0
21224 - Account Consolidation Elective 6,0
21232 - Assurances Elective 3,0
21233 - Monetary Economics Elective 3,0
21234 - Dynamic Econometrics Elective 3,0
21236 - Labour Law Elective 6,0
21237 - Business Negotiation Strategies Elective 6,0
21238 - Quality Management Elective 6,0
21242 - International Business Elective 6,0
21244 - Tourist and Services Marketing Elective 6,0
21245 - Commercial Distribution Marketing Elective 6,0
21247 - Promotional Tourism Management Elective 6,0
21248 - Sales Management Elective 6,0
21249 - Logistics Elective 3,0
21250 - Information Technology Management Elective 6,0
21251 - Marketing of Public Administrations Elective 3,0
21252 - Public Accountancy Elective 6,0

Calendar, specified by time groups

Available from 09/09/2020