Management - Bachelor's Degrees Programs Online studies
3 years (6 semesters)
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Vistula University has an answer to all those who would like to expand their knowledge and obtain a university diploma, but are either already employed, or live abroad. Our distance learning programme will allow you to do just that – organise your time well and study in a way that is convenient to you. Management is one of those programmes that you can enrol in, without leaving your room.
The Management (Bachelor’s level) programme has been designed for candidates who are enterprising and value constant personal development. If you would like to acquire management skills, be it projects, people, or organisations, and would also like to be able to decide when you want to study, then studying Management online will be ideal for you!
By choosing Management, you will learn how to define complex business problems. You will know how to creatively and ethically implement various solutions. In addition, you will learn how to design and implement sustainable strategies in an international environment. You will also find out how to utilise business analytics tools in organisation management.
Management (Bachelor’s programme) at Vistula University is a three-year programme, which will enable you to discover the complex world of business. Our faculty of experts and renowned lecturers will pass onto you their practical knowledge.
The distance learning programme will enable you to complete 60% of your cours online, which means that it is you who decides what and when to study.
The distance learning programme will be taught with the help of:
- Learning sessions using self-study materials, developed by our E-learning department based on the materials provided by the lecturer.
- Live sessions using webcams.
- In-class key course elements, taking place at the beginning and the end of each semester, during weekend sessions.
At Vistula University, we prize practical knowledge. This is why we offer non-obligatory internships to distance learning students, as well. These internships will help you to solidify your knowledge and gain more experience. You will be able to complete your internship in Poland, or abroad, with the help of the Erasmus Plus programme.
Studying at Vistula University will provide you with the knowledge necessary, to quickly become an expert on management.
List of obligatory classes
- Introduction to management
- People and organisations
- Introduction to economics
- Introduction to finances and accounting
- Management techniques and methods
- Human resources management
- Corporate finances with aspects of financial accounting
- Economic business environment
- Supply chain management
- Company policy and strategy
- Ethical and sustained business
- Law in business
- Quantitative methods in business
- ICT in business (Information & Communication Technology)
- IPM: Communication (Individual Potential Management)
- IPM: Teamwork
- IPM: Life-Long Learning
- IPM: Work Life Balance
- Methodology of business research
- BA seminar
- Foreign language
- Physical education
Management offers four sub-majors: marketing and sales, human resources management, corporate management, and project management.
Sub-majors are chosen in the fourth semester of studies.
SUB-MAJOR: MARKETING AND SALES
You will receive the information necessary to work in marketing and sales departments. You will learn to prepare and implement marketing programmes, create ongoing task reports, and collaborate with marketing service providers. You will master the most effective sales techniques, and find out how to build and manage sales teams.
List of classes in the marketing and sales sub-major:
- Marketing management
- Integrated marketing communication
- Sales management
- Sales techniques
SUB-MAJOR: HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
You will learn how to build a team and effectively manage its activities. The knowledge of recruitment and selection, motivation, along with the assessment and complex development of employees, will help you achieve this. You will also find out what “hard HR” is about.
List of classes in the human resources sub-major:
- Human resources processes and tools
- Motivational systems
- Employee assessment
- Employee development management
SUB-MAJOR: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT
This sub-major will prepare you to manage your own business, a department of an organisation, or an entire company. You will learn how to conduct strategic analyses and how to create and implement organisational strategies and policies in a dynamic, intercultural business environment. In addition, you will learn tried-and-tested methods of human resources and budget management, as well as communication with clients and partners.
List of classes in the corporate management sub-major:
- Change management
- Corporate strategies
- Practical aspects of management
- Leadership in organisations
SUB-MAJOR: PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN ORGANISATIONS
If you want to lead projects, this sub-major is the answer. You will learn how to support and manage projects: starting from preliminary analyses, to planning, completion, and further development.
List of classes in the project management in organisations sub-major:
- Strategies and practice of project implementation
- PMI management methodology
- Prince2 management methodology
- Agile project management methodologies
Associate Professor, Elżbieta Jędrych
Professor Jędrych obtained her habilitative post-doctoral degree in Management. She is the author of more than 90 research articles and expert opinions for businesses. She specialises in human resources and human capital management, employee development management, motivation and rewarding, social responsibility in HR processes, social innovations in organisations, as well as leading work teams. She is currently Head of the Institute of Management of Vistula University, in addition, to being a lecturer at the University of Economics in Prague (Faculty of Business Administration), and Monash University, Prato Centre, (Business and Economics, Milan). She has carried out projects on human and social capital investment, personal innovation absorption in organisation, as well as increasing the competitiveness of organisations, via human capital development.
Justyna Berniak-Woźny, PhD
She graduated with a PhD in Social- Sciences from Leeds Metropolitan University. She holds an MBA diploma from Polish Open University and Oxford Brookes University. A business trainer and consultant, she teaches Bachelor’s, Master’s, and MBA courses, both in-class and via distance learning. She specialises in the ethics of business, corporate, social responsibility and strategic communication. Justyna is also an author of publications and teaching materials related to these issues.
Stanisław Gasik, PhD
Stanisław is a holder of the Project Management Professional title, the highest project management title, issued by the Project Management Institute (PMI), a global project leader organisation, based in the United States. An active project leader, he has more than 20 years of experience in project management, counselling, project audits, and implementing relevant solutions. A Master of Mathematics and Doctor of Economics (specialisation – project management), not surprisingly, he teaches project management at Vistula University. Stanisław is a member of PMI teams, creating project management standards, e.g. A Guide to Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide, the most important international standard of project management, with 5 million copies sold worldwide, and translated into 10 languages) and the Standard for Programme Management. The PMI described Stanisław Gasik’s contribution to the development of these standards as ‘significant’. He is an assessor for the International Project Excellence Award of the International Project Management Association (IPMA). He has spoken at international congresses on project management, organised by both the PMI and IPMA.
Dr Agnieszka Knap-Stefaniuk
PH.D. [Warsaw School of Economisc; SGH] and MBA [Polish Open University/Thames Valley University]. She was a member of PKA [Polish Accreditation Commission]. She was a member of Executive Board, Teaching and Scientific Council [Polish Open University]. She received awards Rector – The Best Educational Employee of the Year 2006, 2007, and for her achievements in 2011. She conducted training and consulting projects [e.g. Lexmark, Galeco, Biprocemwap, Capgemini]. She had a lot of lectures and presentations [e.g. National Congress “Personnel and Administration,” National Congress “First Human Resources of the Republic” and HR Forum. She wrote many publications in the field of Human Resources Management.
Magdalena Kaczkowska-Serafińska, PhD
Magdalena is Vistula University Group’s HR Manager, a business trainer, HR consultant, academic and coach. She is on the list of the Ministry of Treasury as a recommended candidate for membership on Supervisory and Management Boards. A Doctor of Economics in Management ( Diploma with distinction from the Warsaw School of Economics), her dissertation focused on the factors which determine employee work satisfaction in various European countries (the only dissertation on work satisfaction at the Warsaw School of Economics).
Małgorzata Sidor-Rządkowska, PhD
Małgorzata is a holder of a PhD in humanities, and is a lecturer in the MBA programme. She has authored 11 books and more than 100 articles on shaping modern personal strategies and improving the managerial skills of managers. She collaborates with numerous training companies, and organises open and in-company training sessions on improving managerial skills. For more than ten years, she has worked as a trainer and HR consultant for companies from various industries and of different sizes. The areas she deals in, include: human capital measurement, employee recruitment and selection, training policy, implementing periodic assessment systems, forming career paths, preventing employee fluctuations, and increasing the interpersonal competencies of line managers. Małgorzata also specialises in value-based management.
Professor Leszek Zaremba
Professor Leszek earned his habilitative post-doctoral degree in Control Theory in 1986. He is a mathematician, and a graduate of Warsaw University (theoretical mathematics section). He has taught courses in mathematics and portfolio theory, at a number of American universities, and has authored more than 30 articles published in American, European, Polish, Japanese and Russian journals.
THE BEST IN PRACTICE
The Management programme has been designed to best prepare you for a career in the field. Our specialised sub-majors will allow you to gain practical knowledge and become an expert on marketing and sales, as well as managing human resources, companies, and organisations. We emphasise practice – we present you with the opportunity to do non-obligatory internships in Poland and abroad.
See for yourself that Vistula is the best University in practice. Find out the benefits of studying Management.
BENEFITS OF STUDYING MANAGEMENT
A business approach
The curriculum combines hard and soft skills, and will open the doors to a career in private and state-run companies, as well as interesting organisations. It will also provide you with the tools to manage your own business. You will be able to effectively manage processes, as well as acquiring interpersonal skills, which are invaluable in the world of business.
You will find out how to effectively plan your team’s work. Effective planning requires predicting and strategic thinking skills, as well as being a thorough analyst – and studying Management will teach you just that.
You will learn to manage capital, time, and people’s skills. You will also be able to carry out a project from start to finish, and even manage a company or an organisation on your own.
The distance learning programme will enable you to complete 60% of your course from any place on Earth, and at any time. Take advantage of this opportunity if you would like to develop, work, perform your duties, and study at the same time!
After graduating with a degree in Management, you will be ready to work in various companies, corporations, NGOs, advertising agencies, and market research centres. Your sub-major will define what type of work you will be able to find.
Marketing and Sales:
- Marketing specialist,
- Sales specialist,
- Customer service specialist,
- Trade representative.
Project management in organisations:
- Project manager,
- Project specialist.
- Shop manager,
- Department manager,
- Regional manager.
Human resources management:
- Human resources specialist,
- Payroll specialist,
- Recruitment specialist,
- HR project specialist,
- Human resources management specialist.
Studia w języku polskim - obywatele UE i osoby posiadające Kartę Polaka
Wpisowe Opłata roczna Opłata semestralna 10 rat w roku 12 rat w roku Studia niestacjonarne (w tym online) 400 zł 4 100 zł 2 200 zł 470 zł 420 zł
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Wpisowe Opłata roczna Opłata semestralna Studia niestacjonarne (w tym online) 120 € 1 450 € 775 €
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* Na wszystkich kierunkach wpisowe dla studentów z UE wynosi 120 €, dla studentów spoza UE wynosi 200 €.
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