Baku, June 5, AZERTAC
Students of Baku Higher Oil School (BHOS) have successfully completed “Business education for engineers” course. It was developed and conducted at the Higher School with participation and financial support from BP-Azerbaijan company. The program is designed for fifth-year students to help them gain extensive knowledge and practical skills in management and business, thus adding to the high level of education they receive at BHOS and facilitating their more efficient integration into business environment.
Speaking to the event, BHOS rector Elmar Gasimov congratulated the graduates on the successful completion of the study. He also presented the students Joint Certificates from BP and the Higher School.
The “Business Education for Engineers” course equips the targeted undergraduates with business management tools and techniques, enables them to analyze and evaluate complex business problems, and develops managerial skills they need to address problems and make decisions. In line with this objective, the course curriculum includes eight core modules: presentation and communication skills; project management; time management and efficiency; leadership; risk management; introduction to finance, budget and cost control; HR management fundamentals; and negotiation skills. For each module, two training manuals were prepared, with one containing theoretical work material and the other for practical exercises.
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