Americké MBA

Po absolvování oboru Executive MBA nebo Global Business Leadership máte nyní nově možnost pokračovat v online studiu na naší partnerské univerzitě v USA. Uznatelnost našich oborů na mezinárodní úrovni vám umožňuje dostudovat pouze čtyři předměty na Patten University a získat americký MBA titul.

O Patten University

Patten University, založena v roce 1944 v Oaklandu, si drží prvenství mezi soukromými školami v celé Californii. Tato vzdělávací instituce akreditovaná u WSCUC (WASC Senior College and University Commission) je významným poskytovatelem online studijních programů. Se zhruba 1200 registrovanými studenty byla Patten University vyhlášena deníkem Washington Monthly 183. nejlepší univerzitou z celkového počtu 350 škol.

Akreditace Patten University

WSCUC (WASC Senior College and University Commission) patří mezi nejvýznamnější nestátní akreditační instituce amerického vzdělávacího systému, jedná se o akreditační orgán uznávaný Ministerstvem školství USA. Jejím cílem je prosazovat zájmy a potře by vysoce kvalitního a  efektivního vzdělávání, v rámci zachování edukačních standardů v oblasti vzdělávání široké veřejnosti. Komise akredituje celé vzdělávací instituce, nikoli invidivuální vzdělávací programy, což zaručuje prokazatelnou efektivitu a vysoké standardy vyššího vzdělávání v USA.

Proč studovat na Patten University s CEMI?

  • Vyřídíme za Vás veškerou administrativu spojenou s přijetím ke studiu na Patten University a po celou dobu studia na Patten University Vám v případě potřeby bude k dispozici naše konzultantka Mgr. Magdalena Schneiderová. Studujete tedy na US univerzitě, ale s plnou podporou studijního týmu CEMI. V případě jakýchkoli dotazů se na nás můžete obracet i během svého studia na Patten University.
  • Při studiu Patten University přes institut CEMI získáte titul MBA této prestižní university o 120.100,- Kč levněji (standardní cena 12.480 USD) a s plnou podporou našeho studijního oddělení.
  • Studium CEMI a Patten University Vám umožní zvolit si unikátní mix Vaší specializace s přesahem zkušeností zahraničních odborníků s mnohaletou praxí ve Vašem oboru. Prestižní titul MBA Patten university a reference zahraničních odborníků budou skvělým startem Vaší další kariéry.

Podmínky přijetí ke studiu na Patten University

Nejpozději v den zahájení studia na Patten University musí mít student zdárně ukončeno studium MBA na CEMI v oboru Executive MBA nebo Global Business Leadership. Student musí mít prokazatelnou úroveň anglického jazyka odpovídající skóre alespoň 6,5 v hodnocení IELTS (nebo odpovídající ekvivalent). Více informací o zmíněných oborech se dozvíte po kliku na tlačítka níže.   

Kolik stojí kombinované studium?

Cena za studium amerického MBA přes CEMI je o 120.000,- Kč levnější než přímé studium na Patten University.

  • 199.900,- Kč bez DPH (7.999 EUR bez DPH) při studiu oboru Executive MBA
  • 209.900,- Kč bez DPH (8.399 EUR bez DPH) při studiu oboru Global Business Leadership  

Školné lze rozdělit až do 10 měsíčních splátek bez navýšení celkové ceny.

Průběh studia a přihlášení na Patten University

  • Ke studiu amerického MBA se přihlašuje prostřednictvím této stránky ještě před započetím studia na CEMI (nikoli až po jeho ukončení). Vyberte si jeden ze 7 okruhů specializace na Patten University a zároveň jeden ze dvou oborů, který chcete studovat na CEMI.
  • Po odeslání přihlášky ke studiu zahájíte studium vybraného oboru na CEMI, ukončené obhajobou diplomové práce a slavnostní promocí. Nástup k vlastnímu studiu na Patten University nastává nejdříve k 1. dni následujícího měsíce po řádném splnění všech studijních a platebních povinností na CEMI.
  • Poté obdržíte přístupové údaje do on-line systému Patten University a zahájíte studium čtyř předmětů z Vámi vybrané specializace. Studium na Patten University trvá 4 měsíce. Po úspěšném absolvování předmětů, obdržíte diplom absolventa MBA programu na Patten University.

Vyberte si jeden ze sedmi okruhů specializace na Patten University

MBA Finance

  • Financial Institutions and Markets

    Financial Institutions and Markets

    This course examines the role that financial institutions and markets play in the dominant economies of the world. Financial institutions will be explored, with emphasis on the types of institutions and how each type of institution participates in financial intermediation. The roles and interactions of financial markets, governments, structure, interest rates, and the function of central banks and the Federal Reserve.

    • The Global Financial System
    • Interest Rates and Risk
    • Money Market Institutions
    • Central Banks
    • Financial Institutions: Organization and Performance
    • Governments and Regulation
    • Businesses and Consumers in the Financial Market
    • The International Financial System
  • Risk Analysis & Insurance

    Risk Analysis & Insurance

    This course focuses on analyzing and solving risk management problems in business organizations based upon the assumption that risk can be managed if risks are identified prior to a loss and that insurance is an important tool for that purpose. Utilizing managerial, consumer, and societal perspectives, topics include methodology for risk analysis, insurance principles and practices, and techniques for risk and loss control.

    • Introduction to Risk
    • Insurance Foundations
    • Insurance Contracts
    • Risk Management
    • Multi-Risk Management
    • Job-Related Benefits
    • Life Insurance and Entitlements
    • Employment-Based Risk Management Plans
  • Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management​

    Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management​

    This course focuses on the analysis of investment options including stocks, bonds, mutual funds, stock options, and derivatives. Capital market theory and market efficiency are examined from a financial management perspective. Students learn to evaluate investments in an international market by incorporating economic conditions, ratios, and market information. Emphasis is placed on portfolio management and diversification.

    • Basics of Investing
    • Stock Markets and Regulation
    • Economics and Accounting in Investment Analysis
    • Market Efficiency and Investor Behavior
    • Hedging Tools
    • Hedging Techniques and Option Pricing Models
    • Bonds and Interest Rate Swaps
  • Managerial Economics

    Managerial Economics

    This course examines interactions that take place within organizations, among companies, and between firms and consumers from an economic perspective. Students will learn why firms behave the way they do, and they will be introduced to tools and frameworks that will help them make better decisions in their professional and personal lives. The course also provides a good foundation for understanding matters such as how companies set prices and why they advertise.

    • Marginal Analysis and Decision Making
    • Supply, Demand, and Forecasting
    • Production
    • Cost Analysis
    • Perfect Competition
    • Monopoly and Oligopoly
    • Public Goods and Regulation
    • Information and Negotiation

MBA General Management

  • Operations Management

    Operations Management

    This course presents techniques and methods for managing operations in services and manufacturing. Current topics such as supply chain management, the balanced scorecard, and yield management are examined using a real-world perspective and a contemporary approach. This course stresses teamwork, quality, and customer service.

    • Introduction to Operations Management
    • International Operations
    • Facilities and Capacity Management
    • Process Technology
    • Supplying, Planning, and Controlling
    • Quality Management Systems
    • Managing The Workforce
    • Performance Management and The Future of Operations
  • Managing the Global Workforce

    Managing the Global Workforce

    Global leaders must be able to effectively acquire, develop, compensate, and motivate employees in order to maximize organizational effectiveness. In this course; through the investigation of case studies and supplemental readings, students will learn about how human resource management contributes to business success by strategically managing an organization’s human capital.

    • HR's Strategic Imperative
    • The Legal Environment
    • Labor & Management Rights
    • Workforce Planning
    • Recruitment & Selection
    • Total Rewards
    • Performance
    • Development & Succession Planning
  • Sales Management

    Sales Management

    This course is designed to teach students a series of key concepts, methods, techniques, and skills that, when used by the sales manager, can produce highly effective and successful sales. These tactics are applicable to a wide variety of management and sales management roles.

    • Introduction to Sales Management
    • Effective SalesEthics and Sales
    • Ethics and SalesĚ
    • Sales Force Technology
    • Strategy and Forecasting
    • Setting Up Territories
    • Recruiting and Training
    • Building and Motivating the Team
  • Managerial Economics

    Managerial Economics

    This course examines interactions that take place within organizations, among companies, and between firms and consumers from an economic perspective. Students will learn why firms behave the way they do, and they will be introduced to tools and frameworks that will help them make better decisions in their professional and personal lives. The course also provides a good foundation for understanding matters such as how companies set prices and why they advertise.

    • Marginal Analysis and Decision Making
    • Supply, Demand, and Forecasting
    • Production
    • Cost Analysis
    • Perfect Competition
    • Monopoly and Oligopoly
    • Public Goods and Regulation
    • Information and Negotiation

MBA Health Care

  • Health Care Management

    Health Care Management

    This course addresses the management of organizations that deliver health care services such as hospitals, nursing homes, multispecialty clinics, and home health care agencies. Students will examine principles of effective management, including organizational design, motivation, leadership, conflict management, teamwork, and strategic alliances. Management issues that distinguish health services organizations from other types of organizations will be identified and strategies for dealing with these issues will be evaluated.

    • Introduction to Healthcare Management
    • Developing Strategies for Success
    • Healthcare Marketing
    • Improving Performance in Health Care
    • Healthcare Information Services
    • Healthcare Financial Management
    • Planning for Effective Management in Health Care
    • Opportunities and Challenges in Health Care for Achieving Excellence
  • Health Care Finance

    Health Care Finance

    This course addresses systems and uses of accounting and financial planning in health care organizations, including planning and control. Students will examine analysis of financial statements, reporting, ratios, and budgeting for health care organizations to make sound decisions. This course provides a conceptual and practical knowledge of health care finance including sources of funding, revenue and cost determinants, third-party payers, managed-care contracts, and valuations that have an impact on health care organizations.

    • Introduction to Financial Management
    • Health Insurance Plan Models and Revenue
    • Importance of Financial Reporting
    • Financial Planning and Analysis
    • Management and Cost Control
    • Investment Decisions
    • Consolidations and Capital Formations
    • The Role of Cash in Healthcare Organizations
  • Legal and Ethics Issues in Health Care

    Legal and Ethics Issues in Health Care

    Managers in medical offices, hospitals, clinics, or skilled nursing facilities have a professional stake in understanding the multiple legal and ethical issues they will encounter as part of their day- to-day responsibilities. This course examines the legal aspects of health services management including consumer protection, the patient/physician relationship, principles that govern patient information, professional licensure and liability, medical malpractice, and public duties of a health care professional.

    • Overview of Medical Law, Ethics, and Bioethics
    • The Legal System
    • The Healthcare Environment
    • Medical Malpractice
    • Public Duties and Workplace Law
    • Medical Records and HIPAA
    • Ethical Issues
    • Legal Definition of Death
  • Managerial Economics

    Managerial Economics

    This course examines interactions that take place within organizations, among companies, and between firms and consumers from an economic perspective. Students will learn why firms behave the way they do, and they will be introduced to tools and frameworks that will help them make better decisions in their professional and personal lives. The course also provides a good foundation for understanding matters such as how companies set prices and why they advertise.

    • Marginal Analysis and Decision Making
    • Supply, Demand, and Forecasting
    • Production
    • Cost Analysis
    • Perfect Competition
    • Monopoly and Oligopoly
    • Public Goods and Regulation
    • Information and Negotiation

MBA Human Resources

  • Cross-Cultural Management

    Cross-Cultural Management

    The hyper-competitive global arena of the twenty-first century mandates that managers develop skills necessary to design and implement global strategies, to conduct effective cross-national interactions, and to manage daily operations in foreign subsidiaries. Through extensive case study, students learn how culture interacts with other national and international factors to affect managerial processes and behaviors. Cross-cultural management and competitive strategy is evaluated in the context of global changes in the European Union, North America, the Commonwealth of Independent States, and Asia.

    • The Impact of Culture on Managerial Practices
    • Dominant Theories of Culture
    • Cross-Cultural Communication Skills
    • Manage Cross-Cultural Employees
    • International Business Policies and Culture
    • Competitive Advantage in the Global Environment
    • Management Practices in Intercultural Contexts
    • Changes in the Global Marketplace
  • Organizational Development and Transformational Leadership

    Organizational Development and Transformational Leadership

    This course investigates organizational development and change practices used to enhance organizational effectiveness, improve quality of work life, increase productivity, and facilitate the organization’s ability to assess and solve its own problems. In an examination of the role of transformation leader/change agent, students will develop skills in organizational diagnosis, survey development, change management, team building, systems redesign, problem identification, and problem solving.

    • Introduction to Organizational Development
    • Diagnostics & Problem Identification
    • Organizational Development Interventions
    • Team Development
    • Introduction to Organizational Change
    • Change Process & Models
    • System Interventions
    • Change Leadership & Change Agents
  • Managing the Global Workforce

    Managing the Global Workforce

    Global leaders must be able to eHR's Strategic Imperativeffectively acquire, develop, compensate, and motivate employees in order to maximize organizational effectiveness. In this course; through the investigation of case studies and supplemental readings, students will learn about how human resource management contributes to business success by strategically managing an organization’s human capital.

    • HR's Strategic Imperative
    • The Legal Environment
    • Labor & Management Rights
    • Workforce Planning
    • Recruitment & Selection
    • Total Rewards
    • Performance
    • Development & Succession Planning
  • Managerial Economics

     Managerial Economics

    This course examines interactions that take place within organizations, among companies, and between firms and consumers from an economic perspective. Students will learn why firms behave the way they do, and they will be introduced to tools and frameworks that will help them make better decisions in their professional and personal lives. The course also provides a good foundation for understanding matters such as how companies set prices and why they advertise.

    • Marginal Analysis and Decision Making
    • Supply, Demand, and Forecasting
    • Production
    • Cost Analysis
    • Perfect Competition
    • Monopoly and Oligopoly
    • Public Goods and Regulation
    • Information and Negotiation

MBA IT Management

  • System Analysis and Design

    System Analysis and Design

    This course provides an introduction to the field of systems analysis and design with the objective of using the appropriate logical processes to develop information systems. Specific topics include determining business requirements, documenting organizational processes, analyzing information flows, and re-engineering information.

    • Systems Development
    • Systems Planning
    • System Requirements
    • Process Modeling
    • Conceptual Data Modeling
    • Human Interface Design
    • Database Design
    • Systems Implementation and Operation
  • Database Management

    Database Management

    This course examines database management methods and specially designed software applications used in a variety of information system environments. Topics include storing, cataloging, modifying, querying, and extracting data in relational database management systems. Examples of database management systems to be discussed include SQL Server, Oracle, SAP, and Microsoft Access.

    • The Context of Database Management
    • Data Models: An Overview
    • Using SQL
    • Advanced SQL
    • Database Application and Warehousing
    • Database Quality and Administration
    • Advanced Database Topics
  • Computer and Network Security

    Computer and Network Security​

    This course provides an introduction to the field of computer security principles and network security. Specific topics to be examined include computer security threats and attacks, vulnerabilities in the password authentication system, file system, virtual memory system, threats and vulnerabilities to network architectures and protocols, Botnets, email security, IP security, web security, and network security management techniques such as firewalls and IDS.

    • Introduction to Information Security: Assessing Threats
    • TCP/IP and Firewall Concepts
    • Intrusion Detection and Prevention System Concepts/ ACL
    • VPN Concepts
    • Cryptography
    • Internet and Web Security
    • Wireless Networking Fundamentals:Understanding Wireless Network Security
    • Security Policy Implementation and Ongoing Security Management
  • Managerial Economics

    Managerial Economics

    This course examines interactions that take place within organizations, among companies, and between firms and consumers from an economic perspective. Students will learn why firms behave the way they do, and they will be introduced to tools and frameworks that will help them make better decisions in their professional and personal lives. The course also provides a good foundation for understanding matters such as how companies set prices and why they advertise.

    • Marginal Analysis and Decision Making
    • Supply, Demand, and Forecasting
    • Production
    • Cost Analysis
    • Perfect Competition
    • Monopoly and Oligopoly
    • Public Goods and Regulation
    • Information and Negotiation

MBA Sales

  • Intermediate Selling

    Intermediate Selling

    • Contemporary Selling
    • Sales Technologies
    • Sales Proposal, Negotiations, and the Follow-up
    • Ethical and Legal Matters
    • Managing a Sales Team
    • Global Selling
  • Entrepreneurial Strategy

    Entrepreneurial Strategy

    This course focuses on the creation of strategic growth as a catalyst for a small company’s transition to being a key competitor in an industry segment. Students explore the strategic management process as it relates to building the entrepreneurial firm. This is the capstone course for the entrepreneurship concentration.

    • Grow Your Enterprise
    • Serial Innovation and Serial Intrapreneurism
    • Strategy Formulation, Models, and Tools
    • Innovation Culture
    • Manage the Innovators
    • Manage the Evolution Process
    • Prepare for Change
    • Impact on Global Economies
  • Sales Management

    Sales Management

    This course is designed to teach students a series of key concepts, methods, techniques, and skills that, when used by the sales manager, can produce highly effective and successful sales. These tactics are applicable to a wide variety of management and sales management roles.

    • Introduction to Sales Management
    • Effective Sales
    • Ethics and Sales
    • Sales Force Technology
    • Strategy and Forecasting
    • Setting Up Territories
    • Recruiting and Training
    • Building and Motivating the Team
  • Managerial Economics

    Managerial Economics

    This course examines interactions that take place within organizations, among companies, and between firms and consumers from an economic perspective. Students will learn why firms behave the way they do, and they will be introduced to tools and frameworks that will help them make better decisions in their professional and personal lives. The course also provides a good foundation for understanding matters such as how companies set prices and why they advertise.

    • Marginal Analysis and Decision Making
    • Supply, Demand, and Forecasting
    • Production
    • Cost Analysis
    • Perfect Competition
    • Monopoly and Oligopoly
    • Public Goods and Regulation
    • Information and Negotiation

MBA Strategic Management

  • Economic Analysis

    Economic Analysis

    The course content will be added soon.

  • Executive Leadership

    Executive Leadership

    A leader is a person who is able to cast a vision in a way that others want to follow and accomplish that vision. This course is designed to help students improve their leadership skills in order to function effectively in the global economy. Topics include foundational concepts in leadership, critical issues in leadership, motivation, insights, strategies, and negotiation skills.

    • Dominant Theories in Leadership
    • Transforming from Manager to Leader
    • Leadership Traits and Behaviors
    • Leader as a Team Builder and Facilitator
    • Leadership Styles and Strategies
    • Leader as a Community Member
    • Leading in the Information Ageě
    • Leading Organizational Change
  • New Venture Creation

    New Venture Creation

    This course prepares students to spearhead new initiatives, paying special attention to the process and activities required before a start-up can open for business. Entrepreneurship, in this context, is viewed as long-term value creation. Accordingly, using real-world case studies, this course focuses on critical issues in the development of a new venture: market and competitive conditions, testing critical assumptions upon which the new business concept rests, adequate planning, proper assessment of skills and resources required to create a strong competitive position, and creation of a formal business plan.

    • Plan for Your Venture
    • Design the Business Venture Strategy
    • Construct a Detailed Planning Process
    • Assess the Industry
    • Design a Marketing Plan
    • Design Effective Daily Operations
    • Develop a Financial Plan
    • Critique the Viability of the New Venture
  • Managerial Economics

    Managerial Economics

    This course examines interactions that take place within organizations, among companies, and between firms and consumers from an economic perspective. Students will learn why firms behave the way they do, and they will be introduced to tools and frameworks that will help them make better decisions in their professional and personal lives. The course also provides a good foundation for understanding matters such as how companies set prices and why they advertise.

    • Marginal Analysis and Decision Making
    • Supply, Demand, and Forecasting
    • Production
    • Cost Analysis
    • Perfect Competition
    • Monopoly and Oligopoly
    • Public Goods and Regulation
    • Information and Negotiation

Health Care Finance

Sales Management

New Venture Creation Course

Entrepreneurial Strategy

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