Business Administration is a broad discipline. You take courses such as financial management, marketing, accounting and strategy, international business operations, business ethics and innovation management: all essential aspects of running a company efficiently.
The first course that you take is called Principles of Economics and Business. You learn about fundamental themes and theories in economics, business economics and business administration.
The lectures for Principles of Business you follow at an extraordinary location: famous and historic royal theatre Carré at the Amstel river.
Business administration examines questions and their solutions from various perspectives:
The other courses in your first year are placed under these four themes.
In the second year, you dive deeper into specific business functions during the following courses.
International Management: learn about doing business (and collaborating) with people from different cultures – an absolute must in the international business community; Information and Data management: learn about the digital revolution and its impact on companies.
To finish off the this year, you work on your first real business case. In this assignment, you provide advice to the management of an existing company such as Vodafone, Shell or Philips.
You have the freedom to structure this year as follows.