The Degree in Business Administration and Management (BAM) targets those interested in developing as professionals in the management of businesses and organizations, covering the different perspectives from which they can focus on the business world, be it from the strategic, commercial, financial, productive or human perspective.
The Degree in Business Administration and Management from the Catholic University of Valencia is offered both through TRADITIONAL and DISTANCE LEARNING by means of the Virtual Campus UCVnet.
At the same time, within the classroom modality, the degree in BAM is taught in TWO GROUPS: SPANISH AND BILINGUAL. In the bilingual modality, approximately 50% of the subjects are taught in English, so the specific skills are acquired in this language. Thus, to our concern for the individual development of each student that goes through our classrooms and our well-known proximity to the business reality we add to the possibility to grow professionally in the language of business.
Pursuing the degree in BAM in English allows one to have professional access to the most attractive organizations for the current business world: those that define their business on an international and increasingly demanding level. To pursue a degree in bilingual mode, is a requirement to be admitted to pursue a degree in ADE and demonstrate language proficiency in the second language.Those students who choose to start their studies entirely in Spanish may request their incorporation to the bilingual group, once they prove that they have the linguistic competence suitable for this purpose.
The Degree in Business Admininistration and Management (BAM) enables the student to perform various management positions in the professional domain and it also allows the student to face entrepreneurial projects in different business activities.
The knowledge taught is geared toward professional practice, so practicums in businesses and proximity to the business world are essential. The acquisition of knowledge and techniques in business management is supplemented with the acquisition of a high level of social and managerial skills. Furthermore, knowledge of computing and languages is very important.