Organization and Management, Course Module
30 credits cr.
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Business Administration Electives, Course Module in Organization and Management. Given as a free-standing Course Module and within Bachelor´s programmes semester 5.
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This set of courses offers a selection of more advanced and even philosophical perspectives on the study of Business and Management in order to offer a more nuanced view of the subject area.
The combination of courses is designed to develop students’ abilities to critically understand the workings of business in a more practical sense pertaining to studying real-life cases and strategic decision-making, as much as seeing these phenomena through the lens of a broader societal context with social, economic, ethical and cultural aspects in play.
Note! This course module does not include a Bachelor's Degree Thesis.
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