6B04103 «Management»

Management is one of the most sought-after areas of activity. If you want to become a professional in the field of management, welcome to the training program for managers. You will receive a complex of fundamental knowledge, skills and practical skills in various areas of the economy, marketing, advertising, management. Moreover, every company needs such a manager, focused on active business development. Therefore, there will be always a demand for managers.

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What you will learn: key disciplines

Personnel management

  • Diagnostic approach to personnel management
  • Personnel service and basic requirements for it
  • Staff planning
  • Recruitment and reception of frames
  • Personnel selection process
  • Evaluation of employee performance
  • Management of business career in the enterprise
  • Theory and practice of management

  • Nature of management
  • Systems approach in management
  • Functions and structure of management
  • Functions of management
  • Management of organization
  • Entrepreneurial management

  • Typology of business activities
  • Organizational and legal forms of enterprises
  • Contractual relations and exchange business
  • Administrative management

  • Conditions for the development of effective management
  • Art of Administration
  • Acquisition of modern management skills
  • Professional growth
  • Criteria, assessment of the professionalism of the individual employee and the organization as a whole

  • You will be able to work:

    Managers in the real sector of the economy, the financial-banking system, in business and entrepreneurship, perform professional functions in planning the main directions of development of production and management, the formation of the structure of production and management, the optimal construction of the production apparatus, staff motivation and revitalization of their work, control and monitoring of all management activities.

    Our address:

    100028, Karaganda, Universitetskaya street, 28, building №1, cab №308 (Dean's office)
    Tel.: 356302