Learning Outcomes

MAN study program learning outcomes:


  • Draw upon program strengths across a range of subjects including mapping current and future trends in accounting and finance, marketing and communication theory and practices, computing and information systems, management science, organizational behavior, and economics.
  • Show understanding of the business issues as business ethics and social responsibility, business law, effect of macro and micro economic phenomena on management decision making, applied mathematics and statistics, international business issues, local and regional economic development.
  • Participate in a team environment, influence other team members, encourage participation by other team members, act as a team role model, and perform in a formal team leadership role beyond work responsibilities, in community.

Skills (applying knowledge):

  • Exhibit management skills to plan, organize, direct, and control the functions and processes of an organization
  • Analyze information, solve problems, and make decision from a multidisciplinary perspective
  • Apply theories and concepts in management and related fields (accounting, economics, statistics, finance, marketing, human resource management, strategic planning and business law) to various management situations.
  • Use effective written and oral communication consistent with the management and professional environment to write a successful business, marketing and financial short-term, mid-term and long-term plan.
  • Apply appropriate information technology to analyze and optimize problems, develop business research, report key data, and recommend management strategies and actions.


  • Apply knowledge of management environment, organizational structure and interests at stake in a conscious way.
  • Able to manage private firms, public institutions, different sectors as marketing, research and development, human resources, planning and control.
  • Demonstrate appropriate wielding of authority and knowledge of structural capacities of their organization to achieve management and commercial goals.
  • Exhibit sound, adept and advanced management and commercial practices based on structural and ethical foundations.


  • Evaluate strengths and weaknesses, solve problems and make recommendations in management and commercial practices.
  • Make responsible choice among alternatives and exhibit problem solving, leading to a list of actions
  • Capable to make analytical study and appraisal, general study skills of problem solving, decision making, and quantitative analysis, including self-managed and co-operative learning.