The Management provides academic excellence with an interdisciplinary approach, covering all aspects of Management discipline which is supported by both theoretical and practical courses. In the Management Department, by doing research, which provides an information and technology production at international scope, an educational program is implemented to educate prospective administrators that are to find solutions to the problems of national economy and industry.
The program offers a variety of elective courses in the fields of management-organization, production and marketing; finance and accounting; quantitative techniques and management information systems, giving the opportunity for students to specialize in these areas.
Areas of work and interest
At IBU management Undergraduate Program both the main courses of basic Management education and specialization in other areas (mathematics, economics, econometrics, law and finance) are provided.
Aims and Objectives
The main objective of the Department of management is to offer undergraduate education at international scope and educate prospective administrators who are creative, able to work in teams, environmentally conscious, sociable, aware of business ethics and responsibilities, equipped with leadership skills and be able to cope with all the problems in such a competitive business environment and perform successfully in both application and research and development studies in the industry.
There is a strong demand for economists particularly those who combine technical skills with good communication skills and team-work ability. Some but not all of the job opportunities can be summarized as follows:
Administrative services managers plan, coordinate, and direct a broad range of services that allow organizations to operate efficiently
Advertising, marketing, promotions, public relations, and sales managers coordinate their companies' market research, marketing strategy, sales, advertising, promotion, pricing, product development, and public relations activities.
Almost every firm, government agency, and other type of organization employ one or more financial managers. Financial managers oversee the preparation of financial reports, direct investment activities, and implement cash management strategies. The duties of financial managers vary with their specific titles, which include controller, treasurer or finance officer, credit manager, cash manager, risk and insurance manager, and manager of international banking.
Every organization wants to attract, motivate, and retain the most qualified employees and match them to jobs for which they are best suited. Human resources, training, and labor relations managers and specialists provide this connection.
Purchasing managers, buyers, and purchasing agents buy a vast array of farm products, durable and nondurable goods, and services for companies and institutions. They attempt to get the best deal for their company—the highest quality goods and services at the lowest possible cost.
Financial analysts provide guidance to businesses and individuals making investment decisions. Financial analysts assess the performance of stocks, bonds, commodities, and other types of investments. Also called securities analysts and investment analysts, they work for banks, insurance companies, mutual and pension funds, securities firms, the business media, and other businesses, making investment decisions or recommendations.
Accountants and auditors help to ensure that firms are run efficiently, public records kept accurately, and taxes paid properly and on time. They analyze and communicate financial information for various entities such as companies, individual clients, and Federal, State, and local governments. Many accountants also offer budget analysis, financial and investment planning, information technology consulting, and limited legal services.
Specific job duties vary widely among the four major fields of accounting and auditing: public accounting, management accounting, government accounting, and internal auditing
Management analysts, often referred to as management consultants in private industry, analyze and propose ways to improve an organization's structure, efficiency, or profits.
Personal financial advisors assess the financial needs of individuals and assist them with investments, tax laws, and insurance decisions.
All organizations have specific goals and objectives that they strive to meet. Top executives devise strategies and formulate policies to ensure that these goals and objectives are met. Although they have a wide range of titles—such as chief executive officer, chief operating officer, general manager, president, vice president, school superintendent, county administrator, and mayor—all formulate policies and direct the overall operations of businesses and corporations, public-sector organizations, nonprofit institutions, and other organizations.