Bachelor's degree education from year 2020 (autumn)

Bachelor's Degree Programme in Business Management

2022

Classification
STUDENT WELLBEING IN STUDIES AND AT WORK
(Select according to specific criteria: 9-52 cr)
Development as an Expert 5
Self-Management 4
Student´s wellbeing and life skills 2
Life balance 5
Writing for studies 2
Study techniques 2
Refreshing language skills 1
Student Tutoring 3 - 5
Multiform tutoring 3 - 5
Mentoring 3
Find Your Physical Activity 5
Active in Student Associations 5 - 15
LANGUAGES AND COMMUNICATION
(All compulsory)
English for Working Life 4
Swedish for Working Life 4
Communication Skills (for Finnish degree programmes) 3
FUTURE FACTORY
(All compulsory)
JAMK InnoFlash 2
Entrepreneurship 3
Future Factory Project 10
BASICS OF BUSINESS COMPETENCE
(All compulsory)
Marketing 4
Service Management 4
Management 4
Contract Law 4
Management Accounting 5
Financial Accounting 5
Statistics 3
Business Mathematics 3
ICT Skills 3
RESEARCH-BASED DEVELOPMENT IN PRACTICE
(All compulsory)
Research and Development 5
Bachelor's Thesis, Planning 3
Bachelor's Thesis, Thesis Writing 2
Bachelor's Thesis, Implementation 6
Bachelor's Thesis, Reporting and Assessment 4
Maturity Test, Bachelor's Degree 0
PRACTICAL TRAINING
(All compulsory)
Practical Training 30
BOOKKEEPING AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-23 cr)
Bookkeeping 1 5
Payroll Administration 5
Housing Companies and Associations: Financial Administration 5
Bookkeeping 2 5
Consolidated Financial Statements 3
FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-13 cr)
Financial Statement Analysis 5
Auditing 5
Auditing Standards 3
FINANCIAL CONTROL
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-18 cr)
Management Accounting Methods 5
Profitable Business Operation 5
Budgeting 3
Financial Management of Projects 5
TAXATION
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-13 cr)
Personal Taxation 3
Value Added Taxation 5
Corporate Taxation and Financial Planning 5
FINANCE
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-25 cr)
Economics 5
Banking and Insurance 5
Corporate Finance 5
Investment 5
Internal Control and Risk Management 5
FINANCIAL SALES
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-18 cr)
Nordea Specialization Studies 1 3
Nordea Specialization Studies 2 3
General Securities Qualification 12
JURISPRUDENCY
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-28 cr)
Family and Inheritance Law 5
Labor Law 5
Marketing and Competition Law 5
Corporate Law 5
Information Law 3
Property and Estate Law 5
DIGITAL MARKETING
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-15 cr)
Digital Marketing Strategies 5
Social Media Marketing 5
Search Engine Marketing 5
SELLING AND CUSTOMER MANAGEMENT
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-15 cr)
Sales Team Management 5
Customer Experience Management 5
B2B Sales 5
MARKETING AND SERVICE MANAGEMENT
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-20 cr)
Marketing Management 5
Marketing Communications 5
Brand Management 5
Service Design 5
BASE FOR MARKETING DECISIONS
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-10 cr)
Marketing Research 5
Customer Insight 5
E-COMMERCE OF THE FUTURE
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-15 cr)
E-Commerce 4
Procurement 3
Web-Analytics 4
Marketing Automation 4
DIGITAL TOOLS OF BUSINESS
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-15 cr)
Business Applications and Software 5
Effective Utilization of Spreadsheet Computation 5
Web Design 5
DIGITAL BUSINESS PRACTICES
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-15 cr)
Dynamic Web Services 3
Digital Business Models 4
Data Analytics 3
Business Applications of Blockchain Technology 5
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-15 cr)
Business Strategies 5
Performance Management 5
Business Process Management 5
MANAGING RESILIENCE
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-15 cr)
Change Management 5
Competence management 5
Resilient Organization 5
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-15 cr)
Managing Wellbeing at Work 5
HR Processes 5
Digital HR 5
BETTER SUPERIOR
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-15 cr)
Aspects of Management practice 5
Manager's Communication Skills 5
Management Tools 5
INTERNATIONAL MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-20 cr)
International Market Entry 5
International Marketing Communications 5
Intercultural Business Skills 5
International Management and Leadership 5
SPORT BUSINESS FUNDAMENTALS
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-20 cr)
Sport Marketing 5
Sport Accounting and Administration 5
Sport Management 5
Sport Social Construct 5
SPORT MARKETING AND BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-15 cr)
Sport Business Intelligence and Service Design 5
Sport Digital Communications 5
Sport Legal Framework and Athlete Management 5
INTERNATIONAL SPORT MANAGEMENT
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-15 cr)
Sport and Event Management 5
International Sport Development 5
International Sport Marketing 5
ELECTIVE STUDIES
(Select 10-10 cr)
Customer-oriented service processes 5
Athlete Studies
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-15 cr)
Student Athlete’s Wellbeing 5
Athlete’s Stakeholder Relations 5
Athlete’s Career Planning 5
GRAPHIC DESIGN
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-6 cr)
Adobe InDesign 2
Adobe Illustrator 2
Adobe Photoshop 2
+ Shared Entrepreneurship Studies (For Bachelor's and Master's Student)
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-28 cr)
0 - 28
EDUFUTURA STUDIES
(Select according to specific criteria: 0 cr)
CAMPUSONLINE STUDIES
(Select according to specific criteria: 0 cr)

Description

The specialisations are:
In the digital business specialisation, students learn to understand digital business models and apply them in practice. The studies help students to understand concepts related to data-based business and learn to create an online service of their own. In addition to this, they will be able to perceive how business is developed through online sales. In the specialisation, they learn to utilise data, digital tools and software in a versatile way to support work assignments. The specialisation provides students with the prerequisites to work in digital business tasks.

The finance management specialisation provides students with the fundamentals of finance and investments as well as the qualification to operate in finance service sales as defined in General Securities qualification. In addition to this, competence is completed with applicable modules on law and accounting. The finance management specialisation provides excellent prerequisites to work in banks, insurance companies, investment and fund management companies, and corporate finance. The studies are implemented in cooperation with companies in the financial sector.

Students specialising in marketing learn how to improve an organisation’s profits through marketing. In addition to this, students learn the key theoretical concepts and methods concerned with marketing. The studies will allow students to understand the significance of customer insight, sales, marketing communications, digitalisation of marketing, service design and brand building in business development. Students may either focus on digital marketing or sales and customer relationship management in their studies. The specialisation prepares students to work in various marketing roles.

Sport Business studies aim at increasing student's business skills and knowledge in the field of sport. Sport being one of the most rapidly growing industries globally, these studies provide possibilities to network and study in international environment. These studies give the students solid opportunities to become employed in a fast developing sport business organizations, sporting clubs and federations. Sport business studies combine the newest theories of sport marketing and business intelligence, sport management and leadership, sport development with practical research projects and internships. Sport Business studies are taught in English.

The objective of the financial management BUSINESS-specialisation is to provide students with competence in financial management and managerial accounting. The studies focus on managerial accounting methods and tools as well as information systems, which can be used to steer company operations towards business goals. The specialisation produces competence in economic steering mechanisms, processes and goal-oriented operations, which are connected to forward-thinking planning, implementation, monitoring and business intelligence. This specialisation is multidisciplinary combining business knowledge, managerial accounting, management aspects, processes and information systems. Students who specialise in financial management BUSINESS-specialisation are provided with comprehensive prerequisites to work in different managerial accounting roles supporting business operations and decision-making.

The goal of the financial management and FINANCIAL specialization is to provide students with expertise related to external accounting. The most important outcomes are reports related to financial statements and taxation that meet the standards of the Accounting Act, the Accounting Regulation and tax legislation. In minor scale the topics can be VAT issues related to purchase and sales, or alternatively special topics in payroll. This orientation also provides good skills for front-line audit expert positions. This orientation very typically proceeds to jobs such as Accountant, Bookkeeper or Payroll Clerk - regardless of industry.

The managing resilience specialisation is aimed at providing students with an understanding of the core concepts, theories and tools related to the management of the resilience and human resources. The resilience will be a central success factor for businesses in the future; students are provided with the prerequisites to perceive of the ability to renew as a whole and apply tools to managing the ability of individuals, work communities and organisations to renew. Through their studies, students understand the significance of leading human resources in achieving the company’s strategic goals. In addition to this, students are able to form an understanding of the human resources practices, HR processes, occupational well-being themes and legal requirements in human resources work throughout the organisation. They also learn more about the opportunities offered by digitalisation and digital HR tools and are able to apply them in human resources management.