The degree programme Licenciado en Administración de Empresas as double degree programme Magister in Business Administration (Mag) aims at alumni of business administration, social and economic science study areas as well as at equally qualified persons who have already gained skills and knowledges in business administration and want to increase their primary knowledge by well-founded tools and techniques of management and leadership.
The objective of the university programme is to put skills and knowledge in the area of business management across to alumni of social, economic and business administration study disciplines. The newly gained skills shall enable the alumni to flexibly, efficiently and successfully solve the challenging tasks of management.
The part-time asynchronous distance-learning programme is oriented on the provision to transfer knowledge in business administration with a high degree of self-study. Particularly the focus of the Magister Thesis is on the business and job environment in which the commercial solutions shall be primarily implemented.
The opportunity of network-collaboration via the e-learning platform of Universidad Azteca provides the participants of the programme with practical opportunities to connect with work-groups, finally resulting in high-end Magisters theses.
Upon completion of the university programme the alumni are familiar with and able to implement the basics, tools and techniques of business administration. In the Magister thesis they will have demonstrated the ability to develop solutions for business administration with a high degree of innovation and a practice-oriented potential for implementation. Due to the skills gained in the programme the alumni can act as specialists in business management.
In terms of study law the programme serves actualisation and specialisation for the award of the Licenciatura degree (A5 – 5 years) after the Bachelor (TecSupUniv A3 – 3 years) at the 5-years Masters level.
The programme is covered by the accreditation for the Licenciatura en Administración de Empresas (A5) according to Articles 37 and 60 of the General Law of Education .
The Magister in Business Administration (Mag) by UCAM is an autonomous university programme, the awarded title is a university own degree (título propio) according to Article 34 of the Spanish University Law, Ley Organica 6/2001 in the version 4/2007.