Management I Cycle Curriculum

International University of Sarajevo, Department of Economics and Management
Management Program, I Cycle Curriculum (2018 - 2019)

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Abbreviations: T= Teaching, P= Practice, ECTS credit No. of Courses 42
Total Credits Required for Graduation 240 Minimum ECTS Credits for Applied / Practical Component of the Curriculum 66
Total Credits of Electives 66 Elective Ratio 27.50%
  • 5 or 6 Program Electives are taken from Table 2. Other junior, senior or graduate level courses may be taken as program elective with Program Coordinator's consent.
  • 2 Free Elective courses are taken from any program in any faculty.
  • 2 University Electives are taken from Table 2.
  • 2 Language Elective courses are taken from the list of language courses provided (can not be the student's mother language).
  • In exceptional cases only, Faculty council may make a decision for a student bypass a prerequisite for any course.
  • Work placement/Internship is typically practiced in summer for a period of at least 25 work days, amounting to a minimum of 150 hours.
Table 3: 

Program Electives for Management

CodeTitlePrerequisitesTPECTS
MAN218Personal FinanceJunior Standing 306
MAN328Sales ManagementMAN205 306
MAN331Contemporary ManagementMAN102 306
MAN371The Principles of Travel and TourismJunior Standing 306
MAN406Innovation ManagementSenior Standing 306
MAN409Operations ManagementSenior Standing 306
MAN434Business CommunicationELIT200 306
MAN442E-BusinessSenior Standing 306
MAN443International MarketingMAN205 306
MAN445Customer Relationship ManagementMAN102 306
MAN446Service MarketingMAN205 306
MAN453Project ManagementSenior Standing 306
MAN454Logistics and Supply Chain ManagementMAN201 306
MAN464Advertising ManagementSenior Standing 306
MAN490Graduation ProjectLast Semester 146
IE407Management Information SystemsSenior Standing 226
IBF102Managerial MathematicsMATH100 236
IBF207Behavioral FinanceJunior Standing 306
IBF303International Business Law 316
IBF304Risk and Insurance ECON221 226
IBF306Public FinanceJunior Standing 306
IBF310Business Ethics 306
IBF312MicrofinanceJunior Standing 306
IBF313Understanding Emerging Markets Junior Standing 306
IBF314Financial Instruments Analysis and ModellingIBF208 226
IBF315Equity Instruments and Business ValuationSenior Standing 226
IBF318International ManagementIBF205 306
IBF401International FinanceECON202 306
IBF402International TradeECON201 306
IBF403Multinational Corporation and Process of GlobalizationJunior Standing 306
IBF405International BankingSenior Standing 306
IBF409Investment and Portfolio ManagementECON221 , IBF208 306
IBF410Real Estate MarketsSenior Standing 306
IBF411Commodity DerivativesECON221 , IBF208 306
IBF412Financial Risk ManagementECON221 , IBF208 326
IBF414Bond Market Pricing and Trading Strategies ECON221 , IBF208 306
IBF415R Language for Business and FinanceSenior Standing 306
IBF417Advanced Futures and Options ECON221 , IBF208 306
IBF418Mergers and AcquisitionsSenior Standing 326
IBF419Financial Derivates and SimulationsECON221 , IBF208 226
IBF462International Corporate FinanceSenior Standing 306
ECON200History of Economic ThoughtECON112 306
ECON204International Political EconomyECON112 306
ECON261Matrix AlgebraMATH100 326
ECON301EconometricsECON221 326
ECON302Econometrics IIECON301 306
ECON305Economic HistoryJunior Standing 306
ECON320Public EconomicsECON111 306
ECON330Industrial OrganizationECON210 306
ECON350Financial Institutions and MarketsECON112 306
ECON355Time Series AnalysisECON221 306
ECON367Environmental EconomicsECON111 306
ECON430Growth and DevelopmentSenior Standing 306
ECON454Islamic EconomicsECON112 306
ECON455Labor EconomicsECON111 306
ECON462Comparative Economic SystemsECON112 306
IR213International Issues in the BalkansIR101 316
IR214International LawIR101 316
IR215EU SystemIR101 316
IR307Contemporary International PoliticsIR101 316
IR305International OrganisationsIR101 316
IR467Energy SecuritySenior Standing 306
IR471Economic DiplomacySenior Standing 306

5xx level ECON, MAN or IBF courses as well as IE program courses at IUS can be taken as program elective with the consent of the Program Coordinator.
Junior standing: The students must have completed at least 108 ECTS successfully.
Senior standing: The students must have completed at least 168 ECTS successfully. 

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