Master in Business Administration and Quantitative Methods
The Master in Business Administration and Quantitative Methods is offered jointly by the Departments of Business Administration and Statistics. It is conceived as the main way of entry into the PhD program in Business Administration and Quantitative Methods. Outstanding faculty, flexibility in learning, research with deep impact, and the finest resources in academia qualities enable our departments to offer an outstanding program.
The language of instruction is English. The program is full-time and starts in September. A minimum of two years in residence is required for complete the Master phase, and it is expected that students will complete the full graduate program (Master plus Doctorate) in four to five years.
The main aim of the program is to prepare students to conduct original research in business and statistics. Coursework is designed to prepare students for their doctoral dissertation within the Doctoral program in Business Administration and Quantitative Methods.
The mission of the graduate program (Master plus Doctorate) is to develop leading scholars in finance, management, marketing, accounting, operations research, statistics and econometrics for careers in research and teaching at leading universities and business schools. A broad knowledge of business ensures that students fully appreciate the interdependencies and complexity of management problems. At the same time, a strong training in quantitative methods introduces them to the possibility of interdisciplinary and qualified empirical research.
The objective is to prepare students for a research career in business administration or statistics, either as academics or professionals, in both the public and the private sector. It also gives students the right skills and tools to pursue a PhD in Business Administration or in Statistics.
Bachelor`s or Undergraduate Degree equivalent to a Spanish Licenciatura.
The Program is designed for students with an Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration or Statistical Sciences. Also, students with degrees in Engineering, mathematics, economics or any social sciences are welcome.
They must hold an equivalent degree to the one required for national students. Applicants must prove that in their home country that title enables to enroll in a Master programme.
All documents must be legalized either by diplomatic means or by the Apostille of The Hague Accords, except from documents coming from European Union members or European Economic Space agreement signatories.
All documents must be officially translated into Spanish.