State College of Management and Economics
The State College of Management and Economics serves as the in-house Business Faculty of Ignita Veritas University. Management for international business operations inevitably requires knowledge of multinational country and geopolitical risk factors, and strategies for optimization and diversification of rights and resources with regional differences. It also requires a practical perspective on legal bases and parameters of domestic and cross-border operations.
Studies under this faculty can result in a full range of traditional degrees in Management or Economics, including:
Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.)
Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)
Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A.)
Business Administration studies concentrate on developing practical skills for real-world executive management of business enterprises, corporations, and civil society institutions, both for-profit and non-profit. Graduates of M.B.A. and D.B.A. degree programs often hold employment positions like Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Chief Operations Officer (COO), Director of Business Development, or Managing Director.
Economics, for effective practical applications, must include an international perspective on macroeconomics, competing public policies on currency and monetary controls, and sovereign capabilities and strategies of nation-states, as well as an understanding of related issues of economic rights of peoples.
Economic Security studies concentrate on legal, regulatory, financial and political aspects of economics, as applied to national security and international geopolitical security. This sphere often includes economic issues of state security and national sovereignty, as well as financial and commercial aspects of corporate security. Graduates of Economic Security degree programs often hold executive positions like Director of Economic Security, Chief of Banking Compliance, or as an Anti-Fraud Investigator or expert.
Studies under this faculty can also result in traditional degrees in Public Administration for governmental or civil society organizations, including:
Bachelor of Public Administration (B.P.A.)
Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.)
Doctor of Public Administration (D.P.A.)
Public Administration studies concentrate on developing specialized business administration skills applied to institutions of the public sector, including non-profit and non-governmental organizations, government agencies and government contractors. Graduates of M.P.A. and D.P.A. degree programs often hold employment positions like Director of Grants and Fundraising, Director of Philanthropic Programs, or Director of Program Development.