Business administration for non-business majors.
Globalization of markets, leadership strategies, knowledge engineering, change management, new information and communication technologies are only a few of the complex topics shaping the current business and management discourse. We are currently witnessing a cultural and structural change, in which the intensity, pace, and effect will be unprecedented. Consistently enforced strategic management with operational stability will determine the success of a company and any other institution or organization more than ever before.
With the Certificate in General Management program, MCI presents an internationally oriented training course of the highest quality. It provides executives and up and coming ones from business, administration, culture, and politics with a practical management guide enabling them to proactively meet the challenges of their profession.
The course offers a foundation in entrepreneurial thinking and action and qualifies participants to successfully apply this knowledge in practice.
Upon completion of the Certificate in General Management program you will have
Participants are given plenty of opportunity to reflect on and come to understand their current and future management responsibilities from a holistic point of view.
The part-time course is designed for executives, up and coming executives, and future decision makers looking to prepare for higher management responsibilities or to improve their qualification for the growing demands of their current position. It is particularly appropriate for graduates of non-business studies wishing to complement their qualification with business training and management-related competencies. Young entrepreneurs are given an opportunity for further training to be able to realize their projects with competence and professionalism.
The numerous graduates of the Certificate in General Management program attest to the success of this course. Please see below for more information:
The Certificate in General Management program is a part-time course of study based on a didactic concept tailored to the needs of professional decision makers.
The content of the course is divided into 18 modules providing participants with an excellent foundation to enter any field of management. The course discusses a broad spectrum of aspects including strategic management, change management, market entry strategies, marketing, the basics of accounting, human resource management, management control, legal management issues, and much more.
The program includes 34 on-campus sessions. Please also plan extra time for nine projects, to be completed as part of selected modules, reviews and your final paper and exam.
The next course starts on 11, October 2018More information on costs & teaching principles can be found here.
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The faculty includes researchers and experienced practitioners with proven expertise in their respective areas of specialization. Participants in the course will benefit from the combination of recent scientific findings and extensive practical experience provided by our team.
Scientific management & advisory board
Dr. Kurt MatzlerKurt Matzler is a university professor at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano in South Tyrol and at the University of Innsbruck, Tyrol.
Dr. Andreas AltmannAndreas Altmann is the rector of MCI, Innsbruck and teaches as a professor.
Susanne E. HerzogHead of Executive Education MCI, Innsbruck / Tyrol
Dr. Florian BauerFlorian Bauer is a professor at the Department of Strategic Management, Marketing & Tourism of the University of Innsbruck. He is also a lecturer and the head of strategy and organization at MCI, Innsbruck.
Klaus FetkaKlaus Fetka is the head of human resources and staff development of Porsche Inter Auto in Salzburg.
Robert GrünebergRobert Grüneberg is a business administration expert and works as marketing and sales manager at Gruschwitz Tech-Twists in Reilingen, Germany.
Dr. Kurt JeschkeKurt Jeschke is a professor and the prorector of business administration and economics at the IUBH University of Applied Sciences in Bonn, Germany.
Dr. Maria KreuzerMaria Kreuzer is a research assistant at the Department of Strategic Management, Marketing & Tourism of the University of Innsbruck and a partner of the Institut für Marketing – Strategieberatung (institute of marketing – strategy consulting).
Dr. Gabriela Leiß, M.B.A.Gabriela Leiß is a professor and lecturer in the B Business & Management Bachelor Degree program at MCI, Innsbruck, where she also heads the Human Resource, Organizational Development & Change division.
Dr. Ernst MadlenerErnst Madlener is a professor and works as a certified accounting expert in Innsbruck.
Dr. Franz PeggerFranz Pegger is a university and university of applied sciences professor. He is a lawyer at and partner of the Greiter Pegger Kofler law firm in Innsbruck.
Maike PercyMaike Percy is an expert on business and cultural studies and the director of THE BRIDGE in Munich, Germany.
Jens SchäferJens Schäfer is a business administration expert and the CEO of Efficient Energy in Feldkirchen, Germany.
Dr. Erich SchwarzErich Schwarz is an engineer and university of applied sciences professor. He heads the Department of Innovation Management & Business Formation of the Alpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt.
Dr. Thomas WürzburgerThomas Würzburger holds a recognized certification as senior project manager and acts as a coach for (future) project managers. He works as a lecturer and instructor in various study programs and MBA in project management courses.
The MCI certificate programs have been designed to meet the highest international quality standards. They are continuously assessed by internal and external bodies.
The Certificate in General Management can be counted towards the Executive MBA in General Management and the MSc in Management & Leadership programs. Both have been awarded the FIBAA Premium Seal.
All business-related MCI study programs have been accredited by the renowned Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).