|Credentials||Master of Science in Business Development|
|Qualification||Economist in Business Development|
|Duration of education||4 semesters|
|ECTS value||120 credits|
The master course is aimed at professionals who lead, manage, or direct organizations of all sizes in the private, public and third sectors. If you are energized by the dynamic possibilities of the rapidly evolving new world of business, our course gives you the practical abilities, networks, and strong academic foundations you need. With these skills, you will be able to perform middle and senior management positions in various fields of domestic and international economic life or help you to create your own business. You are welcome if you want to deal with planning, development, and analysis, if you like independent solutions that require creativity and innovation, and if you are curious about the methods of successful operation of enterprises/organizations and solutions for sustainable development.
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The program's qualification objectives are equivalent to the European Qualification Framework System level 7, and Hungarian National Qualification Framework system 7th level programs. They comply with the Hungarian subject benchmarks and are accredited by the Hungarian Higher Education Accreditation Committee, member of ENQA. Read more
The aim of the course is the education of economic professionals who are capable of understanding business enterprise and business administration processes, in general, and capable for internationalization for global business environment.
The program is part of the KJU Budapest International Campus program and together with the Hungarian program is sustainably implemented.
The program is connected to KJU's strategic aims for cooperative education including work-based learning (WBL)
The program is connected to KJU's strategic aims for entrepreneurship education: to develop students for private, non-profit or social entrepreneurship.