BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT [ADE]
Ability to analyze and synthesize
Problem-solving and decision-making
Ability to organize and plan
Ability to manage information from several sources
Basic general knowledge of the area of study
Oral and written communication skills in the native language
Communication in a foreign language
Advanced IT knowledge relating to the area of study
Interpersonal skills: listening, discussing and debating
Leadership skills and ability to work in a group
Critical and self-critical skills
Recognition of and respect for diversity and multiculturalism
Ability to learn and work independently
Adaption to change
Action and quality orientated
Ability to prepare and transmit ideas, projects, reports, solutions and problems
Initiative and entrepreneurial spirit
Ability to analyse religious facts in the current social situation from the perspective of Christian Doctrine.
To develop the ability to prepare technical reports based on the efficient use of specific computer programs and databases for the resolution of accounting and financial questions.
Ability to use specific foreign language vocabulary within a business context in the areas of Management, Accounting and Finance, Economics and Marketing.
Understanding of the fundamentals of business management and ability to analyse the business questions through management functions.
Ability to identify and understand different economic variables that affect the company.
Ability to analyse the international reality from an economic point of view through the application of different economic policies.
Knowledge of fundamental legal concepts, the subjects of the Law, obligations and contracts and the legal forms of the company and legal aspects of business activity in the competitive functioning of the markets.
Knowledge of mathematic techniques that allow for the modelling and resolution of questions in the economic -business sphere.
Understanding and correct application of dynamic mathematic models and financial valuation.
Ability to handle, synthesize and analyse information. Knowledge of random phenomena and the process of statistical inference.
Knowledge and understanding of Econometric Models.
Knowledge and understanding of basic determining factors of human behaviour in organisations and management success, practising their application to allow the student to improve their people management skills.
To recognise the management of people in organisation as a value proposition for all stakeholders.
Knowledge and implementation of support tools for the definition and implementation of the company's strategy.
Knowledge and understanding of accounting as an information system of a company's economic-financial situation and of its results.
Knowledge and understanding of the accounting question regarding each of the assets and liabilities in a company's annual accounts in accordance with the general accounting regulation for SMEs.
Knowledge and understanding of the accounting information of the company and ability to analyse said information in order to make decisions.
Knowledge and ability to apply different cost accumulation and allocation systems.
Knowledge and understanding of the different areas of corporate finance as fundamental and deeply interrelated parts with the company's strategy for creating value.
Knowledge and understanding of the functions of the Finance Director and the area in which they operate, from the principles of Financial Management and the role of accounting information in financial analysis and decision making.
Knowledge of and ability to provide analysis of the financial system: Stakeholders, markets and financial products (national and international) and applicable regulation.
Knowledge of the concepts and activities framed within the Marketing function.
Knowledge of design, completion and monitoring of market research along with qualitative and quantitative techniques and their appropriate application.
Ability to prepare a Strategic Marketing Plan and develop its implementation based on knowledge and understanding of the basic concepts and tools used in Strategic Marketing Management.
Integration of Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility with elements such as strategy, Marketing, Financial Management and People Management in the Organisation, being familiar with all the major questions of ethics and social responsibility, with rational arguments for one's opinions and positions.
Ability to plan and complete research work in the area of Business Administration and Management or of a Business Plan.
BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN BUSINESS ANALYTICS
CG 01 - Organizational and planning ability in the identification of problems in the context of bulk data.
CG 02 - Ability to analyze bulk data from various sources: text, audio, numerical, and graphic.
CG 03 - Problem solving and decision making in a quantitative and qualitative bulk data setting.
CG 04 - Ability to prepare projects and reports, orally and in writing, disseminating these ideas through digital channels.
CG 05 - Ability to communicate in English in the information society.
CG 06 - Interpersonal skills in the information society: listening, discussion, and debating.
CG 07 - Leadership and team working ability in the information society.
CG 08 - Criticism and self-criticism ability in the information society.
CG 09 - Ethical commitment in the information society.
CG 10 - Recognition of and respect for diversity and multiculturalism in the information society.
CG 11 - Ability to learn and work independently in the information society.
CG 12 - Flexibility and ability to adapt to a professional setting in the information society.
CE 01 - Understanding the nature of business analysis and its essential concepts and tools (statistical and quantitative analysis, exploratory and predictive models and information systems), geared towards identifying, evaluating, and capturing opportunities derived from the information that create value for the organization.
CE 02 - Knowing and understanding the basic determinants of business management, such as planning objectives and activities, organizing and monitoring them, operational functional areas and their relations with the setting, and recognizing the leadership role that the manager exercises in defining and managing them.
CE 03 - Identifying and resolving the ethical dilemmas regarding sustainability that arise in the decision making processes that are an inherent part of business activity, recognizing the complexity added to these dilemmas by a digital and global setting, using universal ethical and moral values that take shape in management and strategic planning instruments.
CE 04 - Knowing and applying management support tools for external and internal strategic analysis, oriented towards planning business strategy in a digital and global setting.
CE 05 - Knowing the basic principles of Economic Theory and how they operate in reality.
CE 06 - Applying Economic Theory and its new trends to analysis of the behavior of economic agents.
CE 07 - Knowing and understanding accounting rules to be able to record and analyze the information contained in the financial statements of a business.
CE 08 - Knowing about and understanding management accounting in its analytic and predictive versions in order to take management decisions.
CE 09 - Knowing and understanding financial theories in a framework of analytic management, bulk data usage, and new technologies.
CE 10 - Knowing about and understanding financial markets and the use of bulk data in a national and international financial setting.
CE 11 - Knowing about and analyzing, using bulk data and intensive information processing technologies, the interrelations between the macroeconomics and the financial markets.
CE 12 - Developing skills for communicating and using bulk data in various formats (analog, digital).
CE 13 - Being able to communicate and transmit information in English in a professional setting of business analysis, through the handling of bulk data.
CE 14 - Analyzing the diversity of the religious phenomenon as well as Christian thought when faced with social, economic, and political problems in contemporary society.
CE 15 - Knowing about the main institutions of economic and business Law and their effect on an economic and business activity characterized by the quantitative and qualitative analysis of bulk data.
CE 16 - Knowing the basic concepts of Commercial Law, as well as the legislative and case law developments directed at adapting it to the new situation shaped by big data.
CE 17 - Acquiring the ability to resolve the problems that arise in the business setting using mathematical tools.
CE 18 - Knowing about and using mathematical optimization and decision making techniques for data handling.
CE 19 - Knowing about the basics of the technical principles of classical statistics (descriptive and inferential) and data mining.
CE 20 - Knowing how to model a real business problem that requires data analysis and critically select the most appropriate technique or combination of techniques.
CE 21 - Knowing how to interpret, evaluate, and communicate results derived from data analysis techniques as well as use them to help in management and taking business decisions.
CE 22 - Knowing how to apply data analysis techniques (including those from classical statistics and data mining techniques) to a real data set, using software that is appropriate for this purpose.
CE 23 - Knowing about and using relational databases.
CE 24 - Knowing about and applying the most effective data visualization techniques and their importance to the extraction of knowledge.
CE 25 - Understanding the most important concepts associated with Big Data and their characteristic elements.
CE 26 - Know about and understanding the basic concepts and tools used in marketing management.
CE 27 - Being able to identify the most appropriate sources and analyze data to turn it into information that is useful for taking decisions regarding marketing problems.
CE 28 - Knowing and understanding the most important programming paradigms and the basics of programming to allow the student to develop simple codes aimed at handling data.
CE 29 - Knowing and understanding reality in businesses in the current information society by applying the theoretical-practical principles acquired in the classroom.
CE 30 - Being able to plan and deliver a research project or comprehensive business plan in the setting of the current information society.