Business Administration
and Management, BSc

Programme objective

Through its specialisation, the objective of the programme is to prepare students for the workforce who have thorough theoretical and practical skills in the areas of business planning, organisation, and analysis, that have been built on the knowledge of the operational, management and real processes of businesses. With these acquired skills, graduates will be able to design and develop the strategy, market activity, financial and accounting processes, and business IT systems of business organisations, as well as analyse their business results.

This programme offers a double-degree opportunity with University College Leuven-Limburg (Belgium).

The specialisation of the programme is Service Management.

Economics, methodology and business basics

Key subjects: mathematics, statistics, IT, micro and macroeconomics, international economics, finance, business law, marketing, accounting, management, business communication, specialised foreign language

Social science basics

Key subjects: general and business law, economic history, sociology, psychology, philosophy

Special core material of business and management

Key subjects: corporate finance, accounting analysis, human resource management, marketing, management, leadership and organisation, decision theory and methodology, business ethics, strategic planning

In the Business Administration and Management Programme, we develop business professionals who understand the basic concepts and the main relationships of business management, as well as the principles of management using resources and production factors.

They will be able to manage, organise and operate business processes, establish organisations and institutions, and design or change their structure and organisational conduct. With their knowledge in the field of economics, social theory, applied economics and methodology, they will be able to:

  • Plan and analyse the processes of business organisations and institutions.
  • Manage and organise business and entrepreneurial activities and processes.
  • Apply problem-solving techniques in the preparation of corporate decisions.
  • Build their career independently and evaluate their experience.
  • Work independently in various areas of corporate systems.
  • Perform management duties in positions related to the general management and coordination of business organizations.

Graduates will be suitable for positions that cover the performance of the following tasks, amongst others:

  • Participation in the preparation of corporate decisions.
  • Independent work in sub-areas of the corporate system – business planning, project administration and management, sales and marketing tasks, customer relationships, business analysis.
  • Management duties related to the general management and co-ordination of organisations.

The table below lists the courses during the seven semesters of the BSc in Business Administration and Management programme. It is indicated in which semester you need to take that specific course, and how many ECTS credits you receive upon the completion of that course.

Course ECTS credits
Economics, Methodology and Business Module:
Business Mathematics 6
Basics of Statistics and Probability Studies 6
Statistics for Business 6
Information Technology and the World 6
Economics 1 6
Economics 2 6
Business Economics 6
Finance 6
Marketing 6
Introduction to Accounting 6
Business Communication and Skills Development 6
Elective Remedial Courses:
The Basics of Business Mathematics
IT Skills Development
Limited choice elective subjects in foundation knowledge:
Quantitative Methods for Decision-Making 3
International Economics 3
Economic Policy 3
Introduction to the European Union Studies 3
Environmental Economics 3
Professional Foreign Language Module:
Foreign Language for Business I/1 3
Foreign Language for Business I/2 3
Social Sciences Module:
Business Law 6
Responsible and Sustainable Company 3
Limited choice elective subjects in social, environmental and regional knowledge:
Economic History 3
Sociology 3
Psychology 3
Organisational Psychology 3
Economic Geography 3
Regional Economics 3
Intercultural Communication 3
Professional Module:
Organisational and Human Resource Management 6
Entrepreneurship 6
Organisational Behaviour 6
Business Planning 6
Operations Management 6
Quality Management 3
Corporate Finance 6
Business Informatics 1 6
Management Accounting 3
Introduction to Bookkeeping 3
Limited choice professional elective subjects:
Decision-Making Methods 3
Tendering 3
Economic Behaviour 3
Enterprise Management in the Network Economy 3
Decision Making Softwares 6
E-Business 3
Benchmarking 3
Logistics Controlling 3
Business Project 3
Innovation Management 3
Consumer Behaviour 3
Elective subjects (unlimited choice):
Study Techniques 3
Business Informatics 2 3
International Negotiation Techniques 3
College for Advanced Studies 1 3
Student Research Project 1 3
College for Advanced Studies 2 3
Student Research Project 2 3
Taxation 3
Social Psychology 3
Business Case Studies 3
Development of Problem Solving Skills 3
Graphical Exercises in Informatics 3
Academic and Argumentative Writing 3
Assertive Communication 3
Assertive Business Communication 3
Persuasion in Business 3
Emotional Intelligence in Business 3
A Business Mathematical Model 3
Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss Analysis 3
Managerial Decision-making and Corporate Governance in Practice 3
Specialisation: service management:
SSC Management 6
Service Management and Marketing 6
Logistics 6
Digital Customer Experience Management 6
Other Requirements:
Physical Education 1 0
Physical Education 2 0
Internship 20
Research Methodology 3
Bachelor Thesis 7
Course ECTS
Economics, Methodology and Business Module:
Business Mathematics 6
Basics of Statistics and Probability Studies 6
Statistics for Business 6
Information Technology and the World 6
Economics 1 6
Economics 2 6
Business Economics 6
Finance 6
Marketing 6
Introduction to Accounting 6
Business Communication and Skills Development 6
Elective Remedial Courses:
The Basics of Business Mathematics
IT Skills Development
Limited choice elective subjects in foundation knowledge:
Quantitative Methods for Decision-Making 3
International Economics 3
Economic Policy 3
Introduction to the European Union Studies 3
Environmental Economics 3
Professional Foreign Language Module:
Foreign Language for Business I/1 3
Foreign Language for Business I/2 3
Social Sciences Module:
Business Law 6
Responsible and Sustainable Company 3
Limited choice elective subjects in social, environmental and regional knowledge:
Economic History 3
Sociology 3
Psychology 3
Organisational Psychology 3
Economic Geography 3
Regional Economics 3
Intercultural Communication 3
Professional Module:
Organisational and Human Resource Management 6
Entrepreneurship 6
Organisational Behaviour 6
Business Planning 6
Operations Management 6
Quality Management 3
Corporate Finance 6
Business Informatics 1 6
Management Accounting 3
Introduction to Bookkeeping 3
Limited choice professional elective subjects:
Decision-Making Methods 3
Tendering 3
Economic Behaviour 3
Enterprise Management in the Network Economy 3
Decision Making Softwares 6
E-Business 3
Benchmarking 3
Logistics Controlling 3
Business Project 3
Innovation Management 3
Consumer Behaviour 3
Elective subjects (unlimited choice):
Study Techniques 3
Business Informatics 2 3
International Negotiation Techniques 3
College for Advanced Studies 1 3
Student Research Project 1 3
College for Advanced Studies 2 3
Student Research Project 2 3
Taxation 3
Social Psychology 3
Business Case Studies 3
Development of Problem Solving Skills 3
Graphical Exercises in Informatics 3
Academic and Argumentative Writing 3
Assertive Communication 3
Assertive Business Communication 3
Persuasion in Business 3
Emotional Intelligence in Business 3
A Business Mathematical Model 3
Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss Analysis 3
Managerial Decision-making and Corporate Governance in Practice 3
Specialisation: service management:
SSC Management 6
Service Management and Marketing 6
Logistics 6
Digital Customer Experience Management 6
Other Requirements:
Physical Education 1 0
Physical Education 2 0
Internship 20
Research Methodology 3
Bachelor Thesis 7

For non-EU students: 2,750 EUR per semester

For EU students: 630,000 Hungarian Forint per semester

For non-EU students: 30 June 2024

For EU students: 30 July 2024

Start of study
September 2024

Study location
Budapest, Hungary

Faculty
Faculty of Finance and Accountancy, see on map

Duration
3.5 years (7 semesters)

Study language
English

Title of the qualification on the diploma
Economist in Business Administration and Management

Programme level
Bachelor’s programme (BSc)

Entry qualification
High school / secondary education (or higher)