Functional area corresponds to the initial courses including topics related to finances, markets, operational, technical and computing. They are designed to give the language and tools of analysis to subsequently address more complex issues.
Management area emphasis on policies and strategies for international scenarios, management styles, business and related topics. These subjects grouped topics essential for business.
Specialized topics include development of human resources, leadership, strategic planning, and business evaluation. Subject’s integration allowing you to apply the concepts and tools acquired in earlier stages. The approach of the subjects will allow direct delivery techniques and management tools, to the business development.
This course equips students with the tools necessary to be able to calculate the cost of money over time. They will learn to determine the profitability of the market’s investment alternatives. They will be able to assess an investment's economic viability. Students will learn how to calculate indicators of economic profitability. During the course students will work in groups to develop a project applying the different stages of the process of preparing, formulating, evaluating and pitching an investment project.
Economics for enterprise managementMarket Economy | Industrial Organization
This course provides the fundamental elements for understanding the market's role in the economy. How the market works is analyzed, the relationship between economic incentives and the behavior of economic agents, emphasizing the decisions of companies. The internal economy and its relationship to the external sector, the balance of accounts, the Central Bank, macroeconomic policies of open economies, alternative exchange rate systems and capital mobility will be studied.
Enterprise LogisticsTactics and Operations | Logistics and Management of Total Quality
Gives students a strategic vision, always from the enterprise perspective, and adequate tools for the logistical design of companies. Addresses topics related to quality assurance, the supplier-customer supply chain and lean manufacturing.
Quantitative MethodsOperations Research | Mathematics and Statistics | Informatics Tools
Equips students with the basic quantitative tools of modern management. Optimization, network models and stochastic models will be studied. The course focuses on studying the methods to understand and apply them. In addition, the course teaches basic technologies to enable students to work with enterprise management software, so that they may acquire practical skills through individualized laboratory work.
Administration and Leadership in OrganizationsManaging Human Behavior | Legal Environment of the Company | Managing Organizational Communication | Knowledge Management | Entrepreneurial Leadership
Equips students with enterprise administrative tools for developing essential functions such as planning, directing and oversight, from the management perspective. The phenomenon of leadership is integrated into the course as a system of skills that can be learned and taught, demonstrating the methodology and lines of action for its development in organizations.
Management MarketingInternational Marketing| Strategic Marketing | Tactical Marketing
This course introduces students to the concepts of the development of modern marketing strategies and their implementation, with appropriate alternatives of pricing, promotion, sales, distribution, etc. The role of marketing in the organization is emphasized, and themes such as the study of markets, segmentation and company positioning are analyzed.
Finance for Decision MakingCorporate Financial Analysis and Evaluation | Capital Markets | Investments and Risk Analysis
The course will initially review fundamental concepts of financial analysis of balances and statements of results, the basic procedures for elaborating accounting data to support financial decision making. Students will be familiarized with the praxis of short-term financial function, as well as the principles and theory of modern finance from the management point of view, analyzing fundamental topics of theory and financial administration.
Analysis of Entrepreneurial Projects and InvestmentsProject Management | Hierarchical Decision Making | Elective I
Students will apply their knowledge of evaluation and analysis of entrepreneurial projects and learn to use tools and apply criteria for making investment decisions in different scenarios. The course will address simulation and analysis of businesses under conditions of risk, inflationary economies, budget restrictions and other issues of investment decision making.
Globalized EconomyInternational Finance | Fundamentals of Macroeconomic Analysis
Equips students with the necessary concepts and tools for decision making at the national and international level, in a framework of continuous change. Financial and strategy-related topics will be reviewed and topics examined such as foreign exchange, exchange rate risk, international financing and development of competitive strategies for organizations, always in a global context.
Entrepreneurial Spirit and EthicsNegotiating Skills and Strategies | Entrepreneurship | Corporate Governance and ESR | Elective II
This course deals with the analysis of enterprise development and the internationalization process. The class will study the entrepreneur's characteristics and profile, the process of transformation from professional functionaries to professional entrepreneurs, corporate ethics, the human person as the center of an ethical vision of entrepreneurial activity, virtues in the workplace and the enterprise.
Enterprise Management and Corporate StrategiesCorporate Strategies | Business Simulation | Management Oversight | Competitiveness and Development
A global vision of a business will be constructed based on diverse modern tools, to analyze management. Analysis, design and implementation of strategies at the corporate level. Topics will be addressed such as the role of the corporate center, shared activities, skills transfer, restructuring, the group environment and scale, definition of the strategic portfolio, competitive multi-business dynamic, growth management, organizational structure and new corporate forms, development of corporate competencies, acquisitions and mergers, strategic alliances, organic growth, divestment, among others.
Enterprise Management SeminarWorld Class Operations | Business Intelligence | Elective III | Elective IV
Students are given a state-of-the-art version of issues of enterprise management, and an understanding of the direction that the knowledge vanguard is moving in, with regard to each one.
Graduation ActivityThesis Development | Final Thesis Exam.
In the final semester students will make a knowledge contribution by developing thesis work on enterprise development.