152-0300 – Business Administration A (PE-A)

Gurantor departmentDepartment of Business Administration
Subject guarantordoc. Dr. Ing. Pavel Blecharz
Study levelundergraduate or graduate
Subject version
Version codeYear of introductionYear of cancellationCredits
152-0300/01 1999/2000 5
152-0300/02 2007/2008 2010/2011 5
152-0300/03 2007/2008 2010/2011 5
152-0300/04 2007/2008 2010/2011 5
152-0300/05 2007/2008 2010/2011 5
152-0300/07 2007/2008 2010/2011 5
152-0300/09 2007/2008 2010/2011 5
152-0300/10 2007/2008 2010/2011 5
152-0300/11 2007/2008 2010/2011 5
152-0300/12 2007/2008 2010/2011 5
152-0300/13 2007/2008 2010/2011 5
152-0300/14 2007/2008 2010/2011 5
152-0300/15 2007/2008 2010/2011 5
152-0300/16 2007/2008 2010/2011 5
152-0300/17 2007/2008 2010/2011 5
152-0300/18 2007/2008 2010/2011 5
152-0300/19 2007/2008 2010/2011 5

Subject aims expressed by acquired skills and competences

Business Economics A is sectional subject, which offers basic theoretic knowledge about business economies. In following years student will use and envolve acquired knowledge of Business Economics A in special subject. In this subject student obtain knowledge about - establish, rise, function and extinction of company, - student also acquaint with single business activity, - strong emphasis is given on economic aspects, - the accent is put on acquirement of the specialized terminology.

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Summary

Cross-sectional subject which provides basic theoretical knowledge about business economics. Students obtain knowledge about foundation, development, operation and termination of a business. Students acquaint with individual business activities as well. The economic aspect of the issues is emphasized and the accent is put on acquirement of the specialized terminology. Students further extend their knowledge in special subjects in the following courses.

Compulsory literature:

NEEDLE, David. Business in context: an introduction to business and its environment. Andover: South-Western Cengage Learning, 2010.ISBN 978-1844806133.

Recommended literature:

KURATKO, Donald F. Entrepreneurship : theory, process, practice. Mason: South-Western Cengage Learning, 2009. NICKELS, Wiliam G.; MCHUGH, James M.; MCHUGH Susan M. Understanding Business. McGraw-Hill/Irwin, 2010.

Prerequisities

Subject has no prerequisities.

Co-requisities

Subject has no co-requisities.