The aim of the course is to acquire specific knowledge and familiarize the students with the specific notions, scientific methods of analysis and interpretation of economic processes commonly met in business optimization.

At the end of this course, students will:
  • Understand the characteristics of different types of decision-making processes in order to be able to choose the correct approach and optimization tools.
  • Be able to build and solve by optimization methods models commonly found in practice of business administration.
  • Have the ability to build models that lead to improved decision-making that develop critical thinking, and be able to communicate in a clear manner the conclusions of the study.
  • Have the ability to implement the methods used on cases studies, and also new methods, relying on the knowledge acquired.