BASIC STUDIES COMMON TO ALL IN SEAMK
|Studying at a University of Applied Sciences||2|
|Career planning and internationalisation||2|
Business and entrepreneurship competence
|Basics of Entrepreneurship||3|
|SeAMK Innovation Week||2|
Research and project work skills
|Introduction to Research and Development||2|
|Introduction to Project Work||3|
PROGRAMME-SPECIFIC BASIC STUDIES
|Basics of accounting||5|
|Basics of Marketing||4|
|Customer Service as a Success Factor||3|
|Basics of operations management||2|
|Basics of law||4|
|Basics of Business Mathematics||3|
|Introduction to Economics||4|
|Planning and Starting up a Business||5|
COMMON PROFESSIONAL STUDIES
(Select 100 ECTS)
Professional studies common to all
|Financial Managament of an Enterprise||4|
|Contracts and liability for debts of a company||3|
|Labour Law and Payroll Management||5|
|Organisational Behaviour and Leadership||4|
|Internationalization of business||3|
Alternative professional study modules
(Select 50 ECTS)
Financial and operational planning
(Select 21 ECTS)
|Company and Personal Taxation||5|
|Preparing Financial Statements||4|
|Budjeting as a Management Tool||4|
Management and Supervisory Work
(Select 15 ECTS)
|Human Resource Management||4|
(Select 14 ECTS)
|Marketing Planning and Management||4|
|Sales and Sales Management||4|
Professional Studies in Accordance with Personal Curriculum
(Select 13 ECTS)
|Intellectual Property Law||3|
|Web Page Construction||2|
|Negotiation Skills and Presentation||3|
Multi-field working life projects
(Select 0 ECTS)
|Swedish business communication||3|
|Swedish Skills of the Staff of Public Organizations, written||0|
|Swedish Skills of the Staff of Public Organizations, oral||0|
|English at Work 1||3|
|English at Work 2||3|
Alternative Language Studies
(Select 3 ECTS)
(Select 10 ECTS)
BACHELOR'S THESIS PROCESS
|Business Research Methods||3|
|ECTS credits per period / semester / academic year||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60|
The curriculum has been planned so that the student completes 60 ECTS credits per academic year and 30 ECTS credits per semester
Due to the timing of optional and elective courses, credit accumulation per semester / academic year may vary.
PROFILE OF THE PROGRAMME
The Degree Programme in Business Management leads to the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA). The length of the programme is 210 ECTS credits (3.5 years). The purpose of the degree programme is that students know the content, meaning and different areas of business operations. They are able to apply their knowledge and skills in practical business tasks and they are also able to assess and develop business operations.
In the basic studies, students learn about the foundations of business management and acquire skills to work in the various areas of business.
In professional studies students acquire the knowledge and skills they need to work as experts in a specific area of business in Finland and abroad. Expertise can be described as competence profiles that students have having completed their studies. The student may focus on a particular area of competence or combine studies from different areas in accordance with his/her personal career objectives.
The implementation of the curriculum focuses on experiential learning. In the learning process theoretical information is processed on the basis of concrete learning experiences. Self-evaluation is used to understand various phenomena and develop new ways of doing things.
The basic studies in business are integrated with the running of an enterprise, and learning is based on practical tasks. The professional studies involve planning and research assignments commissioned by a company, case studies and projects.
The basic studies in business are integrated with the running of a virtual enterprise, and learning is based on practical tasks. The professional studies involve planning and research assignments commissioned by a company, case studies and projects.
Studies are flexible and may be conducted as part of a project in accordance with student's personal curriculum. It is also possible for students to integrate their studies in the development of their own enterprise. Students may also complete some studies online, in which case the requirements for completing a course may differ from those described in the Study Guide.
The final thesis enables students to apply the knowledge and skills they have learned during their studies to practical problem-solving situations and the business development.