Sorbonne Bachelor of Business Administration in Management

International digital and marketing management

BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration), Management track, Marketing option, with honors

AD (Associate Degree) in Economics and ManagementManagement option, with honors

Sorbonne Management School (and Sorbonne School of Economics and Sorbonne Law School), University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (2002-2005)*

  • Economics courses (by Annie Cot and Mireille Chiroleu-Assouline from the Sorbonne School of Economics and the Paris School of Economics): History of Economic Thought (by Annie Cot), Economic History (by Annie Cot), Monetary and Financial Economics (Mireille Chiroleu-Assouline), Macroeconomics (Mireille Chiroleu-Assouline), National Accounting (Mireille Chiroleu-Assouline), Microeconomics (by Pierre Médan), European Markets and European Integration: History, Economy and Regulation of the European Union (by Max Peyrard, Professor Emeritus at the Sorbonne Management School, Ad Personam Jean Monnet Chair of the European Union and leading French scholar of International Finance, International Economics and European Geoeconomics)
  • Law courses (by attorneys Claude Baranes, Nicolas Flachet Von Campe, and many others, and by Gabrielle Dequesne Cudenet, Marie-Hélène de Laender, Alain Pietrancosta,…, from the Sorbonne Law School): Civil Law, Private Law, Business Law/Commercial Law, Contract Law, Banking Law
  • Accounting courses (by Alexandre Baetche, Patrick Piget, Gérard Mélyon and Farouk Hemici): Financial Accounting, Cost Accounting, Management Accounting, Management Control/Financial Control/Budget and Cost Control
  • Finance courses (by Erwan Le Saout, Hubert de La Bruslerie, Farouk Hemici,…): Financial Instruments, Mathematical Finance, Market Finance, Corporate Finance, Financial Analysis, Financial Management
  • Management courses: Management and Organization (by Farouk Hemici), Organizational Theory (by Annie Cot), Social Psychology of Organizations and Game Theory (by Annie Cot), Theory of the Firm and Business Strategy (by Corentin Curchod and Régine Vanheems), Production Management (by Pierre Médan), Marketing and Sales Management (by Alexandre Baetche), Business English
  • Quantitative courses (by Thierry Lafay from the Ecole Polytechnique, Alexandre Steyer, former professor and director of the Marketing major at HEC Paris, Héla Cherif-Ben Miled, lecturer at ESSEC, Eric Campoy, Sophie Gaultier-Gaillard, Stéphanie Hérault): MathematicsProbabilities, Statistics, Quantitative Techniques of Management and GMAT preparation
  • Technology courses: Computer Science (Word, Power Point, Excel, VBA, SQL), Business Informatics (by Colette Rolland, leading scholar in Computer Science, Information and Knowledge Systems, Database Management and Metamodeling)

*Original degree title: Diplôme d’Etudes Universitaires Générales (DEUG) Economie et Gestion, option Gestion, mention assez bien et Maîtrise de Sciences de Gestion (MSG), parcours Gestion, option Marketing, mention assez bien – UFR06 Gestion et économie d’entreprise, Ecole de Management de la Sorbonne, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

This degree has been ranked multiple times as the best Bachelor of Business Administration and General Management in France: www.meilleures-licences.com/licence-management-general-gestion-d-entreprise.html

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