Extent: 24 ECTS
Organizing department: Management studies
Teacher in charge: Saija Katila
Administrative contact: Berit Söderholm
Target group: Master’s students
Application procedure: The general application procedure for minors at Aalto University, see application periods and instructions
Degree students at Aalto School of Business do not need to apply for a study right for this minor.
Quotas and restrictions: During the academic year 2019-2020, maximum of 5 students from other Aalto schools can be granted a study right for the minor. Of this quota, 4 places remain for the September application period.
The minor in Management and International Business develops competences that enable graduates to respond to strategic, organizational, and communication-related challenges in a creative, responsible and interdisciplinary manner. The minor further improves your ability to work and interact with diverse people in various contexts of the global economy. When planning minor studies, please take into consideration that some of the courses may have defined limitations as to course sizes and priorities in participation. Please see course descriptions for further information.
Mandatory course 6 ECTS
|I, III, IV|
1) This course is prerequisite for the elective courses.
Elective courses 18 ECTS
Specialization areas are suggestions, choose three of the following courses
|Human Resource Management||International Business||Strategy Work||Sustainability Management||Organizational Communication|
|II||26E00250||Doing Business in China 4)||6||I||21E00030||Strategy Work||6||I||21E16001||Sustainability in Business 9)||6||I||75E15000||Investor Relations||6|
Not offered 2019-2020
Inside Work Cultures, book exam
|III, V||26E03101||International Strategy 5)||6||I||21E01050||Management and Strategy Making, book exam||6||I, III, V||21E06050||Responsibility Management, book exam||6||I, II, IV||77E18000||Organizational Communication||6||I|
|IV||26E02500||Doing Business in Russia||6||II||21E00032||Innovation Processes in Transition||6||II||21E10000||6||III||77E00200||Strategy Communication||6||II|
|IV||26E03302||Sustainability in International Business 6)||6||II||21E00034||Strategy Process||6||II||51E00100||6||IV||77E27000||Change Management and Communication||6||II|
|26E00800||Global Marketing Management||6||III||21E00037||Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation||6||III||21E11001||6|
Not offered 2019-2020
|77E28000||Corporate Responsibility Communication||6||III|
|26E03201||Perspectives on the Multinational Corporation 5)||6||III||21E00052||Data Driven Business||6||III||21E16100||Energy and Business Innovation||6||V||77E21000||Intercultural Communication||6||IV|
|26E05001||Global Game Industry 7)||6||V||21E00038||"Put Your Head on a Blockchain" - Strategies for Employing Emergent Technologies for Business and Society||6||IV|
|21E00029||Managing Mergers and Acquisitions||6||V|
2) Prerequisite: 21E16000 Sustainable Business and Consumption OR 21E16001 Sustainability in Business
The following courses can also be included in the elective studies
|21E00035||Management and Strategy Book Club I||3||I-V|
|Management and startegy Book Club II||3||I-V|
|26E04350||Business Model Design||6||II|
Or courses from the B.Sc. Management specialization area