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1 Course Description in the International Programmes Course name Contemporary Economic Issues Course name in Finnish / Nimi suomeksi ECTS 5 Course Code Course Type Course Level Timing Learning Outcomes Course Contents LX00BX59 x Compulsory Elective x Bachelor s Degree Master s Degree Core Requirement Studies x Professional Studies Minor Studies / Elective Studies Work Placement Bachelor s Thesis 1st Year x 2nd Year 3rd 4th Year Upon completing this course the student will: - Understand the importance of appropriate research techniques - Understand in greater detail the various aspects of economic policy - Understand the economics of inequality Students will be able to - Make full use of available information sources - Apply rigorously the standard academic report-writing conventions - Conduct economic analysis of contemporary social and economic problems - Relate economic theory to policy and practice Analysis of economic statistics Political economy of the firm Industrial economics and policy Urban and regional economics Taxation and fiscal policy

2 Evaluation Criteria x grade 0-5 pass / fail Regulation and market failure Understanding the impacts and dilemmas of government economic policy Research methods, preparation for dissertation and report writing Prerequisites and Co-requisites Economics Generic Competences in International Programs Subject Specific Competences Communication & Co-operation skills x Abstract, Analytical & Critical Thinking x Research and Development Skills x Entrepreneurial thinking Learning Skills and Self Efficacy x Ethical Responsibility x International Business Awareness x Intercultural Adaptability x International Operations Management x International Marketing Management x International Strategic Management x Organisational Development

3 Course Description in the International Programmes Course name Course name in Finnish / Nimi suomeksi Contextual Decision Making Kontekstuaalinen Päätöksenteko ECTS 5 Course Code Course Type Course Level Timing Learning Outcomes LX00AD52 Compulsory x Elective x Bachelor s Degree Master s Degree Core Requirement Studies Professional Studies x Minor Studies / Elective Studies Work Placement Bachelor s Thesis 1st Year 2nd Year x 3rd 4th Year Upon course completion, the student will know how to assess situations; better understand how to apply marketing tools to organize & analyze key information; can better define opportunities & problems; identify & evaluate alternative courses of action; evaluate past deployed strategies and develop new ones; understand the decision making process; s/he will understand the psychology of today s advertising and the problems for society associated therein; will know more about international corporate behaviour the different companies marketing, management, and ethical behaviors, etc.; the student will have better knowledge of how to analyze business cases and situations will better understand the usefulness of Marketing Research in certain situations; and understand on an even higher level than before, how all

4 aspects of business are important in formulating strategic plans and especially in implementing them. Upon course completion, the student will have problem solving skills; be able to write up a competent white paper or case study; will have a more active marketing terminology lexicon (learned in previous Marketing courses); will be more practiced in presentations, search-and-find online research; will have worked in teams and so created consolidation and further development of existing disciplinary knowledge through application in a real life situation. This course exams closely cases of Marketing, International Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Ethics, Corporate Strategy and other courses in a business curriculum; it shows a connection to the Marketing Process through its situational analyses of cases and other examples of business behaviour; it allows more application of the terminology learned in other courses; it also shows situational analysis decision-making process connection to Marketing Research; it provides further example (through the cases et al) for courses on Ethics, Management, Organizational Behaviour, and so on; it further develops skills learned in writing and Business Communication, and IT courses (through writing, teamwork and presentation). Related competencies of the degree programme There is a micro-, mezzo-, and macroapproach to each course, so the interrelationships with the rest of the business curriculum, the field itself, as well as the community, are quite explicit, and therefore most competencies and knowledge elements listed in the Competencies of the Degree Programme section are at least addressed if not stressed. The course on a micro-level covers specific theories, terms and tools within the Marketing System and/or within that subject s particular area of study (whether Basic Marketing, International Marketing, Marketing Research, Entrepreneurship, Corporate Strategy, etc. all have specific bases of orientations, models, theories and

5 processes); on a mezzo-level it handles its connection to other courses of the curriculum and often offers cross-boundary projects; and on a macro-level the programme handles larger issues such as ethical considerations, life-long learning, cross-cultural and crossfunctional perspectives, long term sustainability, community development, and so on). As a result, specific, as well as deeper and broad-based methods, applications and experiences are covered, while the different competencies (whether developmental, social, communicative, etc.) are nurtured. Course Contents Decision Making in Different Contexts - Organizational Behavioral Contexts - Situational Analysis - Considering the Cultural Manifestations, i.e. PESTLE factors Case Study Analysis and Writing Experiential Marketing Theory & Cases Team Project Case Research & Presentation The Management Game given options as Managing Director must choose best - Ethical Considerations in Business (theory, contemporary issues, cross-cultural perspectives); Ethical Analysis Evaluation Criteria grade 0-5 pass / fail Prerequisites and Co-requisites Two years of business studies Generic Competences in International Programs Subject Specific Competences Communication & Co-operation skills x Abstract, Analytical & Critical Thinking x Research and Development Skills x Entrepreneurial thinking Learning Skills and Self Efficacy x Ethical Responsibility x International Business Awareness x Intercultural Adaptability

6 x International Operations Management x International Marketing Management x International Strategic Management x Organisational Development

7 Course Description in the International Programmes Course name Course name in Finnish / Nimi suomeksi Corporate Financial Management Yritysrahoituksen hallinta ECTS 5 Course Code Course Type Course Level Timing Learning Outcomes Course Contents LX00BX67 x Compulsory Elective x Bachelor s Degree Master s Degree Core Requirement Studies x Professional Studies Minor Studies / Elective Studies Work Placement Bachelor s Thesis 1st Year x 2nd Year 3rd 4th Year Upon completion of the course, students will: Understand the issues that influence how a company raises capital Be able to conduct analyses of investment projects Employ techniques to control exposure to financial risk Capital structure Capital budgeting and appraisal Payout policy Risk management Evaluation Criteria x grade 0-5 pass / fail

8 Prerequisites and Co-requisites Finance Business Mathematics Generic Competences in International Programs Subject Specific Competences Communication & Co-operation skills x Abstract, Analytical & Critical Thinking Research and Development Skills x Entrepreneurial thinking Learning Skills and Self Efficacy Ethical Responsibility x International Business Awareness Intercultural Adaptability x International Operations Management International Marketing Management International Strategic Management Organisational Development

9 Curricula Metropolia Business School Course code: LX00AA59 Course Name: Economics of Instutions ECTS: 5 Lecturer: Jukka Kaisla Year of study: 3/4 Semester / academic year: 2 Language of tuition: English Assessment (grade pass/fail): 0-5 R & D percentage (0-100%) 0 Objectives: Content: Prerequisites: Other qualifications: Upon completing this course the student will: - Understand the importance of market design - Understand the implications of market failure at a more advanced level - Understand the impact of theoretical perspective on problem analysis - Understand value theory - Understand the relationship between structure and agency Students will be able to - Apply sophisticated theoretical and conceptual analysis to current problems - Understand the importance of theory as applied to practice - Make methodologically informed choices when conducting inquiry - Analyse regulatory regimes Market structure and design Markets and information Social, political and ethical aspects of economics Value theory Understanding markets as social constructions Performativity theory Economics Contemporary Economic Issues English Language Proficiency

10 Recommended reading: Robert E. Prasch (2008), How Markets Work: Supply, Demand and the Real World, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. Teaching and learning strategies: Lectures, seminar discussion, individual essay, final exam Teaching methods and student workload: Lectures 30 hours Seminar discussion 30 Self-directed learning 67 Final exam 3 Assessment weighting and grading: Individual essay 30% Class test 20% Final exam 50% Competences of the degree programme: Choose as many options as you need: International Competence X Organizational and Societal Competence X Development Competence Communication and Social Competence X Ethical Competence X Learning Competence Choose as many options as you need Specific business process/method Specific business application X Deeper business knowledge X Broad-based business application Choose ONLY ONE option Core Requirement Studies Professional Studies X Elective Studies

11 Course Description in the International Programmes Course name European Law and Business Course name in Finnish / Nimi suomeksi ECTS 5 Course Code LX00BX68 Course Type x Compulsory Elective Course Level x Bachelor s Degree Master s Degree Core Requirement Studies x Professional Studies Minor Studies / Elective Studies Work Placement Bachelor s Thesis Timing 1st Year x 2nd Year 3rd 4th Year Learning Outcomes The student will develop an understanding of the legal environment which regulates business practice both within and outside the European Union internal market. Course Contents Fundamental principles of the European Union (EU) internal market Rules relating to competition in the EU Rules relating to free movement of goods Derogations from applicable rules Rules applicable to trade between the EU and other countries Evaluation Criteria x grade 0-5 pass / fail Prerequisites and Co-requisites European Markets and Business Practice (or equivalent)

12 Generic Competences in International Programs Subject Specific Competences x Communication & Co-operation skills x Abstract, Analytical & Critical Thinking Research and Development Skills Entrepreneurial thinking x Learning Skills and Self Efficacy x Ethical Responsibility x International Business Awareness x Intercultural Adaptability x International Operations Management International Marketing Management x International Strategic Management Organisational Development

13 Course Description in the International Programmes Course name Finnish Business Environment Course name in Finnish / Nimi suomeksi ECTS 5 Course Code LX00CA19 Course Type x Compulsory Elective Course Level x Bachelor s Degree Master s Degree Core Requirement Studies x Professional Studies Minor Studies / Elective Studies Work Placement Bachelor s Thesis Timing 1st Year 2nd Year x 3rd 4th Year Learning Outcomes Students will learn essential aspects of the Finnish business environment. This will include analysis of key industries and recent development trends. Students will know the management and organizational challenges and opportunities that Finland currently faces, and become familiar with Finnish business culture. Course Contents Industry analysis Key legal aspects of doing business Business culture Regional variations Advantages and disadvantages of Finland s geography Evaluation Criteria x grade 0-5 pass / fail

14 Prerequisites and Co-requisites Generic Competences in International Programs Subject Specific Competences x Communication & Co-operation skills x Abstract, Analytical & Critical Thinking Research and Development Skills x Entrepreneurial thinking Learning Skills and Self Efficacy x Ethical Responsibility x International Business Awareness x Intercultural Adaptability x International Operations Management x International Marketing Management x International Strategic Management x Organisational Development

15 Course Description in the International Programmes Course name Global Political Economy Course name in Finnish / Nimi suomeksi ECTS 5 Course Code Course Type Course Level Timing Learning Outcomes LX00CI10 Compulsory x Elective x Bachelor s Degree Master s Degree Core Requirement Studies Professional Studies x Minor Studies / Elective Studies Work Placement Bachelor s Thesis 1st Year 2nd Year x 3rd 4th Year Upon completing this course the student will: - Understand the perspectives of different socioeconomic groups - Understand the processes of globalisation - Understand the methodological issues relating to economic inquiry - Understand reasons for conflict and cooperation in the global political economy Students will be able to - apply sophisticated theoretical and conceptual analysis to current problems - construct scenarios - conduct comparative analysis of national economic systems - relate localised phenomena to international and global developments Course Contents The international trade system

16 Evaluation Criteria x grade 0-5 pass / fail Global finance and the international financial system Economic development, investment and transnational corporations Global governance Global and regional security Environment and ecology Developing a more sophisticated and deeper understanding of global phenomena Prerequisites and Co-requisites Economics Generic Competences in International Programs Subject Specific Competences Communication & Co-operation skills x Abstract, Analytical & Critical Thinking x Research and Development Skills Entrepreneurial thinking x Learning Skills and Self Efficacy x Ethical Responsibility x International Business Awareness x Intercultural Adaptability x International Operations Management International Marketing Management x International Strategic Management Organisational Development

17 Course Description in the International Programmes Course name Integrated Professional Communication Course name in Finnish / Nimi suomeksi ECTS 5 Course Code Course Type Course Level Timing Learning Outcomes Course Contents LX00AD88 Compulsory x Elective x Bachelor s Degree Master s Degree Core Requirement Studies Professional Studies x Minor Studies / Elective Studies Work Placement Bachelor s Thesis 1st Year 2nd Year x 3rd 4th Year Students work on the 3cr project and a 2cr module component of the course online. For the project students select a tailored, personalised, integrated project based on for example an interest in an aspect of organisational communication, their thesis topic, specialist option or current workplace which allows them to explore communication at a level and depth according to their personal and professional needs. For the 2cr module component, students will develop their recruitment skills by performing as recruiters in a job application and interview simulation with 2nd year students. For the 3cr project, students select a tailored, personalised, integrated project based on either their thesis topic, innovation project or an option studied. The project may also be related to the student s current workplace or

18 be commissioned by Metropolia Business School or another company. For example, the project may have immediately applicable managerial communication implications for a company and be related to Corporate Communications, Corporate Social Responsibility and Communication; Stakeholder Relations; Crisis and Change Communication, Public Relations; Ethical Communication, Management and Employee Communication, Marketing Communications Strategy, Integrated Project Management communications plan, Social Media etc. For the 2cr module, students work either in groups or independently to recruit an intern in a simulation with 2nd year students. Students design a job advertisement for a company, process applications received, invite applicants to interview and interview applicants, either F2F or using communication technologies. Students provide the applicants with feedback and will also receive feedback on their own performance. Evaluation Criteria x grade 0-5 pass / fail Prerequisites and Co-requisites Generic Competences in International Programs Subject Specific Competences x Communication & Co-operation skills Abstract, Analytical & Critical Thinking x Research and Development Skills x Entrepreneurial thinking x Learning Skills and Self Efficacy x Ethical Responsibility x International Business Awareness x Intercultural Adaptability x International Operations Management International Marketing Management International Strategic Management x Organisational Development

19 Course Description in the International Programmes Course name International Trade and Logistics Course name in Finnish / Nimi suomeksi ECTS 5 Course Code Course Type Course Level Timing Learning Outcomes Course Contents LX00BX79 x Compulsory Elective x Bachelor s Degree Master s Degree Core Requirement Studies x Professional Studies Minor Studies / Elective Studies Work Placement Bachelor s Thesis 1st Year x 2nd Year 3rd 4th Year Students will become familiar with the structure and practices of international trade. They will learn where to find information about trade organizations, documentation, delivery terms, transportation and freights, customs and payments. They will learn to compare different distribution and payment options of international trade and to estimate total costs of import and export transactions. They will recognize the risks of international trade and learn how to protect against them. Structure and important organisations of global trade Agreements and Documentation Delivery terms Freight Forwarding International Transportation and freights International payments

20 Evaluation Criteria x grade 0-5 pass / fail Customs procedures and duties Risks and liabilities Packing and marking Prerequisites and Co-requisites Logistics and Supply Chain Management Generic Competences in International Programs Subject Specific Competences x Communication & Co-operation skills Abstract, Analytical & Critical Thinking Research and Development Skills x Entrepreneurial thinking Learning Skills and Self Efficacy x Ethical Responsibility x International Business Awareness x Intercultural Adaptability x International Operations Management International Marketing Management International Strategic Management x Organisational Development

21 Course Description in the International Programmes Course name Logistics and Supply Chain Management Course name in Finnish / Nimi suomeksi ECTS 5 Course Code Course Type Course Level Timing Learning Outcomes Course Contents LX00BX58 x Compulsory Elective x Bachelor s Degree Master s Degree x Core Requirement Studies Professional Studies Minor Studies / Elective Studies Work Placement Bachelor s Thesis x 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd 4th Year Students will be able to describe the main logistics and supply chain management concepts and logistics activities in international business environment. Students will understand the impact of logistics on the competitiveness of the companies and economies. Students will recognize the career opportunities in logistics and skills and expertise required in this field. Key concepts in logistics and supply chain management Integration in supply chain networks Logistics functions (inbound, inhouse, outbound logistics) Logistics and supply chain costs and Key performance indicators Logistics and Supply chain management as a career

22 Evaluation Criteria x grade 0-5 pass / fail Prerequisites and Co-requisites Generic Competences in International Programs Subject Specific Competences x Communication & Co-operation skills x Abstract, Analytical & Critical Thinking Research and Development Skills Entrepreneurial thinking x Learning Skills and Self Efficacy Ethical Responsibility x International Business Awareness Intercultural Adaptability x International Operations Management x International Marketing Management International Strategic Management x Organisational Development

23 Course Description in the International Programmes Course name Management Accounting Course name in Finnish / Nimi suomeksi ECTS 5 Course Code Course Type Course Level Timing Learning Outcomes Course Contents LX00BX77 x Compulsory Elective x Bachelor s Degree Master s Degree Core Requirement Studies x Professional Studies Minor Studies / Elective Studies Work Placement Bachelor s Thesis 1st Year x 2nd Year 3rd 4th Year The student will be able to understand the importance of information provided by management accounting in decision making.the student will be able to analyze a company s financial position with the help of a company s financial statements and ratio analysis. - Costing methods - Financial statement analysis - Ratio analysis Evaluation Criteria grade 0-5 pass / fail Prerequisites and Co-requisites

24 Generic Competences in International Programs Subject Specific Competences Communication & Co-operation skills x Abstract, Analytical & Critical Thinking Research and Development Skills Entrepreneurial thinking Learning Skills and Self Efficacy Ethical Responsibility International Business Awareness Intercultural Adaptability x International Operations Management International Marketing Management International Strategic Management x Organisational Development

25 Course Description in the International Programmes Course name Marketing Research Course name in Finnish / Nimi suomeksi ECTS 5 Course Code LX00BY32 Course Type x Compulsory Elective Course Level x Bachelor s Degree Master s Degree Core Requirement Studies x Professional Studies Minor Studies / Elective Studies Work Placement Bachelor s Thesis Timing 1st Year x 2nd Year 3rd 4th Year Learning Outcomes The student will be able to conduct both smallscale quantitative and qualitative marketing research projects and report the results of those. The student will also be capable of evaluating the reliability of research information and s/he will know how to purchase marketing research. Course Contents? Quantitative and qualitative research methods? Evaluating reliability of research information? Research project? Purchasing marketing research Evaluation Criteria x grade 0-5 pass / fail Prerequisites and Co-requisites Marketing Quantitative Analysis

26 Generic Competences in International Programs Subject Specific Competences Communication & Co-operation skills x Abstract, Analytical & Critical Thinking x Research and Development Skills Entrepreneurial thinking x Learning Skills and Self Efficacy Ethical Responsibility x International Business Awareness x Intercultural Adaptability International Operations Management x International Marketing Management International Strategic Management x Organisational Development

27 Course Description in the International Programmes Course name Course name in Finnish / Nimi suomeksi Procurement and Supply Management Hankintatoimi ja toimitushallinta ECTS 5 Course Code Course Type Course Level Timing Learning Outcomes Course Contents LX00BX80 x Compulsory Elective x Bachelor s Degree Master s Degree Core Requirement Studies x Professional Studies Minor Studies / Elective Studies Work Placement Bachelor s Thesis 1st Year x 2nd Year 3rd 4th Year Students recognize the strategic role of purchasing and sourcing and learn the procurement process and its operative tasks. They learn to plan purchases and to compare make-or-buy decisions. They will become aware of the criteria of supplier selection and importance of global sourcing. Procure-To-Pay process Categorization of purchases Make-or-buy decisions and outsourcing Inventory management Vendor and materials management in ERPsystems Supplier evaluation and supply management strategies E-procurement

28 Evaluation Criteria x grade 0-5 pass / fail Prerequisites and Co-requisites Logistics and Supply Chain Management Generic Competences in International Programs Subject Specific Competences x Communication & Co-operation skills Abstract, Analytical & Critical Thinking Research and Development Skills x Entrepreneurial thinking Learning Skills and Self Efficacy x Ethical Responsibility x International Business Awareness Intercultural Adaptability x International Operations Management International Marketing Management x International Strategic Management x Organisational Development

29 Course Description in the International Programmes Course name Course name in Finnish / Nimi suomeksi Quantitative Research Kvantitatiivinen Tutkimus ECTS 5 Course Code Course Type Course Level Timing Learning Outcomes Course Contents LX00BX66 x Compulsory Elective x Bachelor s Degree Master s Degree Core Requirement Studies x Professional Studies Minor Studies / Elective Studies Work Placement Bachelor s Thesis 1st Year x 2nd Year 3rd 4th Year On completion of the course, the student will: Know how companies use quantitative research in order to develop their operations. Be able to design and implement surveys and asses the reliability of the research. Be proficient in using SPSS and Excel to interpret results and present them in illustrative form. Have an understanding of how managers use business analytics to formulate and solve business problems and to support managerial decision making. - Quantitative research process and implementation - Data Analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics - Statistical reasoning and testing

30 Evaluation Criteria x grade 0-5 pass / fail Prerequisites and Co-requisites Business Mathematics and Statistics Generic Competences in International Programs Subject Specific Competences Communication & Co-operation skills x Abstract, Analytical & Critical Thinking x Research and Development Skills Entrepreneurial thinking x Learning Skills and Self Efficacy Ethical Responsibility International Business Awareness Intercultural Adaptability International Operations Management International Marketing Management International Strategic Management Organisational Development

31 Course Description in the International Programmes Course name Course name in Finnish / Nimi suomeksi Research Methods Tutkimusmenetelmät ECTS 5 Course Code Course Type Course Level Timing Learning Outcomes Course Contents LX00BX74 x Compulsory Elective x Bachelor s Degree Master s Degree Core Requirement Studies x Professional Studies Minor Studies / Elective Studies Work Placement Bachelor s Thesis 1st Year 2nd Year x 3rd 4th Year Upon completing this course the student will: - Construct a well-rounded thesis plan - Understand the importance and impact of key methodological choices - Apply trusted appraisal techniques in evaluating written work Information search skills Presentation skills (oral and written) Strategic planning skills: - Time management - Information management - Data collection and analysis Preparation for Bachelor s thesis, including - Information retrieval - Critical appraisal techniques - Bibliographic and citation methods - Data collection and analysis - Philosophy of science

32 Evaluation Criteria x grade 0-5 pass / fail Prerequisites and Co-requisites Generic Competences in International Programs Subject Specific Competences x Communication & Co-operation skills x Abstract, Analytical & Critical Thinking x Research and Development Skills Entrepreneurial thinking x Learning Skills and Self Efficacy x Ethical Responsibility x International Business Awareness x Intercultural Adaptability International Operations Management International Marketing Management International Strategic Management Organisational Development

33 Course Description in the International Programmes Course name Sales and Negotiation Skills Course name in Finnish / Nimi suomeksi ECTS 5 Course Code LX00BX78 Course Type x Compulsory Elective Course Level x Bachelor s Degree Master s Degree Core Requirement Studies x Professional Studies Minor Studies / Elective Studies Work Placement Bachelor s Thesis Timing 1st Year x 2nd Year 3rd 4th Year Learning Outcomes By the end of the course, students will have improved their communication competence in sales and negotiation situations both verbally and in writing. be able to give a convincing sales presentation. be able to craft persuasive messages. be able to participate effectively in negotiation situations. Course Contents This course builds on the skills and competencies acquired in year 1 with emphasis on sales and negotiation in international business and logistics contexts. By participating in seminars, workshops and simulations, students develop practical skills. Evaluation Criteria x grade 0-5 pass / fail

34 Prerequisites and Co-requisites Generic Competences in International Programs Subject Specific Competences x Communication & Co-operation skills Abstract, Analytical & Critical Thinking Research and Development Skills x Entrepreneurial thinking x Learning Skills and Self Efficacy x Ethical Responsibility x International Business Awareness x Intercultural Adaptability International Operations Management International Marketing Management International Strategic Management x Organisational Development

35 Course Description in the International Programmes Course name SME Management Course name in Finnish / Nimi suomeksi ECTS 5 Course Code Course Type Course Level Timing Learning Outcomes Course Contents LX00CI22 Compulsory x Elective x Bachelor s Degree Master s Degree Core Requirement Studies Professional Studies x Minor Studies / Elective Studies Work Placement Bachelor s Thesis 1st Year 2nd Year x 3rd 4th Year The course uses an online simulation to assist learning. The OnService simulation business case is built around a small family hotel, with about 1m in annual sales at the start of the simulation. The students goal is to manage the overall operating, market, and financial performance of a service business in competitive markets with seasonal variations in demand and economic conditions. Human resources management, capacity management, investments, service quality, pricing, and marketing are the key decision-making areas in the simulation. The main aim of the course is to provide with students' practical knowledge of how to run a SME. By the end of the course, the student will be able to:

36 Evaluation Criteria x grade 0-5 pass / fail - Understand and have practice in the day to day running and management of an SME - Manage the overall operating, market, and financial performance of a service business in competitive markets with seasonal variations in demand and economic conditions - Coordinate human resources management, capacity management, investments, service quality, pricing and marketing. - Improve problem solving ability - Improve team work skills Prerequisites and Co-requisites First year core studies Generic Competences in International Programs Subject Specific Competences x Communication & Co-operation skills Abstract, Analytical & Critical Thinking Research and Development Skills x Entrepreneurial thinking Learning Skills and Self Efficacy x Ethical Responsibility International Business Awareness Intercultural Adaptability x International Operations Management x International Marketing Management International Strategic Management x Organisational Development

37 Course Description in the International Programmes Course name Strategic Communication Course name in Finnish / Nimi suomeksi ECTS 5 Course Code Course Type Course Level Timing Learning Outcomes Course Contents LX00BX64 x Compulsory Elective x Bachelor s Degree Master s Degree Core Requirement Studies x Professional Studies Minor Studies / Elective Studies Work Placement Bachelor s Thesis 1st Year x 2nd Year 3rd 4th Year By the end of the course, students will understand the importance of strategic organisational communication. have improved their communication competence in strategic situations and contexts with and for a variety of stakeholders. have developed advanced individual communication and presentation skills in a project and seminar. This course builds on the skills and competencies acquired in year 1 with emphasis on advanced topics related to strategic communication at the organisational and individual level, within and between organisations and with and for all stakeholders. By planning, organising and completing seminars and projects, students develop their communication skills at the next level.

38 Evaluation Criteria x grade 0-5 pass / fail Prerequisites and Co-requisites Generic Competences in International Programs Subject Specific Competences x Communication & Co-operation skills Abstract, Analytical & Critical Thinking Research and Development Skills x Entrepreneurial thinking x Learning Skills and Self Efficacy x Ethical Responsibility x International Business Awareness x Intercultural Adaptability International Operations Management International Marketing Management x International Strategic Management x Organisational Development

39 Course Description in the International Programmes Course name Course name in Finnish / Nimi suomeksi ECTS 5 Strategic Management - Context and Analysis Strateginen Johtaminen - konteksti ja analyysi Course Code Course Type Course Level Timing Learning Outcomes Course Contents LX00BX61 x Compulsory Elective x Bachelor s Degree Master s Degree Core Requirement Studies x Professional Studies Minor Studies / Elective Studies Work Placement Bachelor s Thesis 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd 4th Year By the end of the course, the student will be able to: - Understand the development of Strategic Management and the influences impacting upon the subject area. - Understand the essence of Strategic Analysis. - Appreciate the context of managing strategically - Historical development and key academic influences - The context of managing strategically - Understanding the strategic analysis platform - An overview of functional, competitive and corporate strategies - Group and team activities to aid understanding and group research - Group research project

40 Evaluation Criteria x grade 0-5 pass / fail Prerequisites and Co-requisites Foundations of Management Generic Competences in International Programs Subject Specific Competences Communication & Co-operation skills x Abstract, Analytical & Critical Thinking x Research and Development Skills x Entrepreneurial thinking Learning Skills and Self Efficacy Ethical Responsibility x International Business Awareness x Intercultural Adaptability x International Operations Management x International Marketing Management x International Strategic Management x Organisational Development

41 Course Description in the International Programmes Course name Sustainable Logistics and Supply Chains Course name in Finnish / Nimi suomeksi ECTS 5 Course Code Course Type Course Level Timing Learning Outcomes Course Contents LX00BX84 x Compulsory Elective x Bachelor s Degree Master s Degree Core Requirement Studies x Professional Studies Minor Studies / Elective Studies Work Placement Bachelor s Thesis 1st Year 2nd Year x 3rd 4th Year Students will learn to evaluate and interpret sustainability reporting. They will learn how environmental impacts on product design, procurement, production, packaging, warehousing, transportation and delivery are reduced and measured. They will become aware of the importance of recycling and how reserve logistics systems operate. Concepts of sustainability and reporting frameworks and guidelines Corporate social responsibility and logistics Supply chain ethics and codes of conduct Measuring sustainability in supply chains Life-cycle assessment Sustainability and energy efficiency in transportation Reverse logistics and recycling Sustainable warehousing

42 Evaluation Criteria grade 0-5 pass / fail Environmental friendly packaging Use and transport of hazardous materials Humanitarian Supply Chain Operations Prerequisites and Co-requisites Logistics and Supply Chain Management Generic Competences in International Programs Subject Specific Competences x Communication & Co-operation skills Abstract, Analytical & Critical Thinking Research and Development Skills x Entrepreneurial thinking Learning Skills and Self Efficacy x Ethical Responsibility x International Business Awareness x Intercultural Adaptability x International Operations Management x International Marketing Management International Strategic Management Organisational Development

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