Managerial Perspectives on Financial Accounting (Rachunkowość Finansowa)
An analysis is made of managerial controls, the information needed for operation, and the manner in which accounting can provide information. Emphasizes accounting as a tool of management.

Executive Leadership (Teoria Organizacji i Zarządzania)
A behavioral science course that develops and integrates fundamental behavioral concepts and theories of human behavior, perception, motivation, attitude formation, change, interpersonal interaction, and small group research.

Economics of the Firm (Ekonomia firmy)
A microeconomics course that includes an analysis of supply and demand functions, utility theory, cost analysis market structure, competition and decision economics of the firm.
The goal of this course is to enable you to better understand and predict the economic behavior of individuals, firms, markets, and the government with the help of Microeconomic Theory and its applications to the analysis of contemporary business problems.
In our economics lives, we have to make decisions that interact with the choices made by many other people. The outcomes of such interactions are often quite complex and the fundamental laws of motion that shape them are typically not visible to the naked eye. Our goal will be to develop a set of tools that will allow reasoned and systematic analysis of firms, markets, and policy options. This requires construction of models of behavior by consumers, producers, and other players (such as politicians and bureaucrats), as well as an understanding of the characteristics of the rules under which such interactions take place. Throughout, a concerted effort will be made to motivate your interest in a theory or an application by referring to real-world events concerning private sector actors as well as the government. The course will also pay particular attention to the economic consequences of globalization.

Statistics for Managerial Decision Making (Analiza statystyczna w biznesie)
A study of the application of statistics to business decision making that includes dated analysis, elementary probability, statistical estimation, hypothesis testing and regression analysis.

Legal Aspects of Managerial Decisions (Uwarunkowania prawne podejmowania decyzji menedżerskich)
The legal environment in which business decisions are made is studied, including the legal system and the role of courts, government taxation and regulation of business, administrative law, anti-trust law, labor law and trends in the law that affect business policy.

Marketing (Marketing)
Introduces marketing management with special emphasis on strategic marketing as it relates to corporate objectives of growth and profits; analyzes customer behavior and market segmentation.; discusses problems in developing an integrated marketing program; and outlines the areas of price, channel, location, sales, and market development.

The Economic Environment (Otoczenie ekonomiczne firmy)
A macroeconomics course that describes the function of the economy from an aggregate point of view and the role of government policy in the economic environment.

Financial Management (Finanse przedsiębiorstwa)
Development of a financial decision-making framework for determining allocation of resources within the firm is studied, with emphasis on the analysis of capital investment projects, long-term source of funds, and short term financing problems.

Quantitative Analysis for Managerial Decisions (Metody ilościowe wspomagania procesów decyzyjnych)
Basic quantitative techniques used in the analysis of business decision problems are introduced. Topics include decision trees, simulation, queuing theory, and game theory.

Managerial Accounting (Rachunkowość menedżerska)
This course examines managerial accounting issues such as cost theory, cost analysis, and performance evaluation. Established managerial costing models-such as absorption, direct ,actual and standard costing-and emerging issues-such as activity and strategic costing-will be studied and applied to management decision problems in manufacturing and service industries. Issues will be presented using problems and cases in a practical context.

Process Management (Zarządzanie operacyjne)
Study of the foundations and applications of decision-making techniques to production problems in the firm, with emphasis on production process, plant layout, scheduling, quality and production control.

International Business (Zarządzanie międzynarodowe)
Cross cultural management and the relationship of a multinational organization to various host countries is becoming more and more critical in today's global economy. This course begins with the discussion of these relationships and international marketing has a basis for developing an understanding of today's international marketplace.

Strategic Management (Zarządzanie strategiczne)
Strategic planning and implementation at the executive level, and case studies of companywide situations from the management point of view; integration and application of material from previous cases are studied.

Negotiations in Business (Negocjacje w biznesie)
Managerial work requires dealing with others which more and more means negotiations. Preparing and conducting negotiations is partially a craft, which lays on foundation of analysis, decision making and knowledge and partially an art, requiring intuition, emotional sensitivity and experience. The course aims to improve the understanding of conflict and negotiation among participants as well as practicing negotiating skills.

The Art and Practice of Solving Complex Business Problems (Projekt doradczy)
This subject is developed in order to facilitate the development of the consulting project. It covers issues connected with organizational development as well as complex client-consultant relationships. There course is led by a team of tutors representing different fields: strategy, finance, negotiations

Association of MBAs (AMBA) - is an international association involved in research in the field of management studies. The institution recognizes international accreditations for university programs leading Master of Business Administration.

MCZ UW is accredited by AMBA since 2007.


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