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  • Contact usMBA NLU Program Office
    MBA NLU Program Office
    Institute for Advanced Management WSB-NLU,

    ul. Zielona 27, Room 610,
    33-300 Nowy Sącz,
    tel. +48 18 44 99 161,
    fax +48 18 44 22 007
    e-mail: izz@wsb-nlu.edu.pl www.wsb-nlu.edu.pl

    Courses

    The National-Louis University MBA program offered at Wyższa Szkoła Biznesu - National-Louis University in Nowy Sącz provides an opportunity of a diverse series of courses which will present the managers and aspiring managers with the financial/accounting/economic skills, as well as the practical people/leadership skills needed to succeed in today's increasingly complex organizational settings. These courses are designed to address practical problems, rather than theoretical ones, so that students will be able to apply their new knowledge and skills in their work settings almost immediately.

    Courses:

    • MBA500 Introduction to Graduate Studies 1
    • MBA502 Organizational Behavior 3
    • MBA504 Human Resource Management 3
    • MBA506 Ethical and Legal Issues 3
    • MBA508 Managerial Economics 3
    • MBA510 Macroeconomics 3
    • MBA512 International Management 3
    • MBA514 Managerial Accounting 3
    • MBA516 Financial Markets 3
    • MBA518 Financial Management 3
    • MBA520 Operations Management 3
    • MBA522 Strategic Marketing 3
    • MBA524 Strategic Management 3

    37 SH (semester hours)

    Part-time program.


    This program is designed to serve adults who work in complex organizations, public as well as private, not-for-profit as well as for-profit, and to help them work more effectively with superiors, peers and subordinates in identifying, clarifying and solving organizational goals and problems.

    Full-time program.

    The full-time MBA program is designed to simultaneously provide students with real-life managerial experience so that they will solve practical problems emerging from business activities. At the beginning of the program each student in the cohort group will be assigned to a specific company for a two-week internship orientation under the guidance of a particular manager-mentor. During the rest of the MBA program, each student will prepare a project for each course based on the particular company. Each student must maintain communication with the assigned manager during the year and present the completed course projects to that manager, who will provide feedback to the student and to the WSB-NLU MBA Program Office. The coursework in the program will be slightly modified to enable the identification and solution of local organizational problems in various aspects, emphasizing the micro- and macro-economic setting, an international framework, and risk/change management.