COURSE STRUCTURE


 

 

The current schedule of disciplines is:

 

Electives
  • Brand Management
  • Business Ethics
  • Business Logistics
  • Business Modeling
  • Career Development
  • Comparative Financial Markets Regulations
  • Consumer Behavior
  • Corporate Growth
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Digital Marketing
  • Econometrics
  • Global Operations & Logistics
  • Information Technology and Development
  • Innovation and Design Thinking
  • Intercultural Negotiations
  • International Business Management
  • International Business Transactions
  • International Entrepreneurship
  • International Finance
  • Judgement in Managerial Decision Making
  • Macrofinance
  • Management Consulting Skills
  • Operations Management 
  • Options & Derivatives
  • Projects in Multicultural Teams
  • Purchasing and Supply Management 
  • Qualitative Research in Marketing 
  • Service Innovation
  • Service Operations Management
  • Special Topics in International Business
  • Strategic Management of Information Technology
  • Strategy and Innovation
Mandatory
  • Business Research Methods
  • Financial Accounting
  • Fundamentals of Finance
  • Fundamentals of Strategic Thinking
  • Managerial Cost Accounting
  • Marketing
  • Operations Management
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Quantitative Methods 
  • Research Seminars
 
 
 
This is an illustrative list of elective disciplines. The list of disciplines may change during the Program.
 
 
Application and Engagement

 

The following opportunities will give you a chance to engage with the external world using your acquired knowledge abilities:

 

  • Projects in Multicultural Teams, which offer you the opportunity to get in touch and practice what you've learned in consulting projects with real companies in order to better serve your professional goals. These integrative courses consist on projects developed in a multicultural environment, with professors and students from Coppead and The University of San Diego.

  • Exchange Program, which provides the opportunity to study in one of our partners institutions located in the five continents. For additional information on the Full-Time MBA Exchange Program, go to [LINK the International Affairs Office].

  • Research Seminars I & II + Thesis, which will build up your skills to develop research with managerial relevance.

 
 
Academic Calendar
 

Our academic year is divided in four 10-week terms, with one week between terms. The academic year usually starts in February/March and finishes in December, before Christmas. In January, we usually offer Projects in Multicultural Teams. During the second year, the first two terms are devoted to the research seminars and working on your thesis. In the remaing terms, you can join the exchange program.