Introduction to Economics

Field of economical study. Methods, theories, assumptions and models. Microeconomic and macroeconomic. Consumer behavior: preferences, budget constraint, utility maximization, and consumer surplus. Company behavior: production technology, returns to scale, costs and profit maximization. The markets and their balance: supply and demand. Elasticity. Macroeconomic: assumptions and macroeconomic variables, condition of macroeconomic balance.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Mathematics I

Logical foundations of mathematics. Sets. Real numbers. Functions and limits. Derivatives. Functions of several variables. Applications.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.


Nature of the organizations: conceptual perspectives from different approaches. The administration as a discipline of observation, analysis and management of organizations. The evolution of the management thinking. The executive / managerial work: levels, functions, roles and skills. Nature of the organizational environment. Organizational processes. Decision making. Planification. Organization. Direction. Control. Social responsibility of the administrator.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Basic Accounting

Accounting information: users and accounting reports. Fundamentals of accounting. Entities: resources and sources; operations and economical facts. Supporting documents. Accounting equity: components and their variations. The accounting process: registration, processing and reporting.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Administration System

The organization as a system. Organizational structure: Design of the structure; types of structures. Operative organizational systems. Internal control and its incorporation in the organizational processes. Design of the administration systems; applied systems, exchange methodologies. Supportive technologies to the organizational processes: Integrated systems of management and Software to the design of processes.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.


Introduction. Basic concepts. Descriptive statistical. Introduction to the multidimensional descriptive analysis. Index numbers. Probability. Random variables. Probability distribution. Sampling.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Institutions of Public Law

The law. Political sciences. Constitutionalism. Constitutional supremacy. Control. National Constitution. Background. Declarations, rights and guarantees. Representative, republican and federal system. Powers. Administrative law. Subjects of law. Facts, acts and administrative contracts. Regulation. Public services. State assets. Administrative procedure. Judicial control. Supervisory bodies of public administration.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Philosophy and Logic

The greatest problems of philosophy. Ancient philosophy, Medieval, Modern and Contemporary. Relations between Social Sciences and Philosophy. Scientific method. Object of logic. Truth and validity. Logical form. Propositional logic.Simple and compound statements. Connective. Truth tables. Tautologies, contradictions and contingencies. The deduction in propositional logic. Test of validity and invalidity. Logic of predicates. Propositional functions. Quantifiers.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Skills Development Workshop I 40 hs.

Management Skills Development Workshop II 40 hs.

Organizational Behavior

The psycho-sociological nature of the organizational phenomenon. Individual Level: attitudes, personality, values. Perception (including ethics in the decision making), Motivation. Group level: Composition, structure, dynamic/ processes, culture and social responsibility, nature and environment of the task, leadership. Organizational level: culture, policies and practices, environment, organizational change, behavioral implications.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Mathematics II

Series and successions. Integration. System of equations. Differential equations and in differences. Vectors and matrices. Applications.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Economic History

The major trends and its essential milestones. Economic, technological, political, social and managerial dimensions of the great historical changes. The effects on business activity. Business History. Projections and prospects for the future, approaches to the XXI century.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Management Information System

The importance of the information in the management function. Classification of the information and the systems of the Strategic information systems. Indicators of the management and the results. Structure of a Management Information System. Requirements of a Management Information System. Management information on customer relationships. Management information on performance. Typical Applications Systems.Hardware and Software. Networks: Database. Development Process of business applications systems, Acquisition, implementation and maintenance of Information Systems. Office tools. Applications related to the profession at National, Provincial and Municipal level. Governance of Information Technology. Information security and business continuity.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Microeconomic Analysis

Fixation of prices and production volumes under different market structures (perfect competition, monopoly, oligopolies and other configurations with market power). Market of production factors. General equilibrium, economic efficiency and welfare economics. Externalities. Public goods. Communal property. The intertemporal choice and the asset market. Risk and uncertainty. Models with asymmetric information. Topics related to the games theory. The economic basis of the international trade: comparative advantage, theories and theorems.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Business Law I

The company and subjects; the company and the equity; the company and the contracts; the company and the transfer of rights mortis causa. Contracts in the business activity: contracts in general. Contractual networks. Preliminary contracts. Adhesion contracts. Consumer contracts. Particular contracts: Trading, barter, supply, location, leasing, work and services. Transport. Mandate and consignment. Brokerage. Deposit. Banking contracts. Mutual. Bail. Factoring contract. Contracts concluded in trade or business markets. Current account. Escrow contract. Associative concession contracts and franchise Agency. Betting and gaming contracts. Cession of rights. Arbitration.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Quantitative Techniques

Introduction to Statistical Inference. Sampling distribution. Estimation. Hypothesis Testing. Variance analysis. Linear regression analysis. Independence analysis. Integer linear programming and dynamic. Simulation.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Workshop on Managing of IT tools 40 hs.

Language Workshop I 40 hs.

Financial Mathematics

Capitalization and update. Rates. Valuation of financial successions. Notions of actuarial calculation. Loan repayment system. Applications borrowing.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Analysis and Interpretation of Financial Statements

Accounting reports:Identifying their components according to targets and users. Historical and projected financial information. Relevant measurement issues Measurements Units: Current Cost/ Values and their associated results; historical currency and constant currency and its associated results. Basic Financial Statements: identification and reading of its main components. Analysis of accounting information: Internal and external analysis. General analysis procedure. Particular procedures of financial analysis. Particular procedures of economic analysis. Analysis of projected accounting information.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Macroeconomic Analysis

Macroeconomic magnitudes. Spending and aggregate demand. The aggregate supply and the working market. Financial institutions and financial markets. The loanable funds market. Supply and monetary demand and the equilibrium interest rate. The inflationary phenomenon. The external sector, the balance of payments and the exchange rates. Exchange rates regimes and the foreign exchange market. The process of economic growth, the institutional environment and their sources.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Business Law II

Societies, Typologies and Classification. Administration and representation. Social contract. Operation, Dissolution and Liquidation. Excision and reorganization. Foreign companies.Corporate governance. Collective societies. Capital companies and industry. Accidental or joint venture. Limited liability company. Limited partnership. Limited partnership for shares. Anonymous society. Other types. Transitory Union of Companies. Cooperative and Mutual Business Collaboration Grouping.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Language Workshop II 40 hs.


Human Resources

Strategic Human Resource Management, Role of the HR professional in the organization, Planification and techniques for HR, employment, Labor Market. Recruitment. Selection. Hiring. Induction. Socialization. Staff administration. Maintenance. Compensation. Wage structure, occupational health and safety. Labor relations. Training, career development. Organization development. Performance evaluation. Management of the quality of work. Indicators and management control in HR.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.


Marketing basics. The market and the environment. Strategic Marketing. Segmentation, differentiation and positioning. Operative marketing: Product, price, communication and distribution. Marketing plan. Indicators and measurement. Marketing Audit. Use of new technologies applied to Marketing.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Public Administration

Financial administration of the State, legal framework, structures, agencies and state administration processes. New approaches of the public management. Strategic planning in the public sector. Budget and budgetary control. Management control. Audit. Ethics and Transparency in Public Management.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Logistics and Productive Organization

The role of operations; operational and logistic processes: Management, analysis, quality and indicators. Operational planning, Programming and optimization methods, Inventory management and Supply chain management.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Information Technologies

New paradigms and Technology Trends; management of knowledge; Internet businesses. Generation of new businesses based on technology. Technologies that affect non-technological or traditional companies. Technology tools for business intelligence, Tools for sharing information and knowledge. Technological tools and reengineering; Digital Marketing, Social media; Management Software and relationships with customers: E-government and technologies for governance.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Language - International Exam Preparation (Workshop) 40 hs.

Corporate Finance

Financial function in companies of different sizes. Financial Goal. Financial Goals. Indicators. Optimization of investment and financing decisions. Working Capital Management.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Business Law III

Fundamental principles of labor law related to business; Labor Contract Law and its main derivatives; Small and Medium Enterprises. - Work accidents. Preventive procedure for crisis in companies. Business relationships with trade unions.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Strategic Direction I

Schools of strategic thinking. Nature and levels of the Strategy. The strategic process. Strategic position: Mission and vision, Internal and external diagnosis. Scenarios and Forecasting. Strategic options. Decision theory. Selection of the strategy. Business models.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Innovation and Regional Development

Innovation, productivity and competitiveness. Systemic competitiveness. National, sectoral, regional and local Innovation systems. Forms of organization of production: Productive chains, consortia, clusters, poles, parks (technological and industrial) Global chains of value. Collective efficiency. Methodology of analysis and strategic management of production chains and chains. Sectoral learning patterns and technological change. Weaknesses and distortions within different chains. Sectoral support policies.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Workshop Practice Accounting Systems 40 hs.

Commercial Management

Strategic Business Administration. Commercial Plan. Customer portfolio analysis. Management of the commercial strategy: Sales and sales team, promotions, distribution channels. Evaluation of the product and customers profitability. Contract negotiation. Sales techniques. Control and monitoring of the business process.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Introduction to Taxation

Public Finances: Public incomes, tax and non-tax resources. Principles of taxation: economic and constitutional. Tax law: concept of chargeable event, tax liability. tax law constitutional: Main forms of taxation legislation of Argentina: Rent: consumption, heritage and circulation. Taxation on wages.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Costs for decision making

General theory of cost: principles. Strategic and tactic planning. Cost models: historic and predetermined, completed and variable. Cost components. Predetermined costs: normalized and standards. Production costs, commercial and financial. Marginalism techniques- Application, tools. Cost for decision making. New techniques and management tools.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Entrepreneurship and Family Business

Entrepreneurship: types of entrepreneurs and enterprises. The business ecosystem. Approaches, stages and dimensions in establishing a new company. Dynamic enterprises. The business idea and the business plan. Business models. Business Process validation. Business plan. Family business characteristics: nature, characteristics and problematics.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Supervised Professional Practice Workshop 40 hs.

Investigation Methodology

Management based on evidence. Approaches. Formulation of the research idea. Definition and justification of the problem. Objectives and background of the study. Research Viability. Research design. Plagiarism and intellectual honesty.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Strategic Direction II

Implementation of the strategy. Design and strategy. Planification and management of change. Leadership, policy and governance of organizations. Interpersonal management skills. Methodology of analysis and strategic control. Strategic and management control map. Organizational learning.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Professional Practice

Profession of the Public Accountant. Incumbencies. Responsibilities. Fees. Professional ethics. Professional practice: Regulations in force at the national level and in the Province of Buenos Aires. FACPCE, CPCEPBA y CSSPCEPBA. Professional Practice Organization: individual exercise. Partnerships between professionals. Relation of dependence. Performance of the Public Accountant in the judicial field: Surveys and certified copies. Intervention in precautionary measures. Settlement of damages and accidents. Distribution Account. Dissolutions and liquidations. Accountability. Technical consultant. Performance of the Public Accountant in the extrajudicial field: Societies, civil associations and foundations. Special contracts. Transfer of goodwill.

Lecture Hours: 80 hs.

Estudiantes de Económicas beneficiarios de Becas ISIC - Banco Galicia

El pasado viernes 20 de octubre se realizó en la Facultad de Cs. Económicas, las entrevistas correspondientes a la convocatoria de Becas "ISIC - Banco Galicia. Estudiantes de Grado 2017-2018", de la cual resultaron beneficiarios Célica Bianchi, Emilio Allende y Camila Aldazabal con la oportunidad de realizar un intercambio en las afueras de Paris en la Université Paris Est-Creteil. 

Estudiante Pasante de Económicas con experiencia internacional

Matias Melo fue un estudiante pasante durante 18 meses en la empresa Elebar de la ciudad de Tandil. Luego realizó una experiencia internacional, la cual aún sigue transitando.

Durante el año 2016 estuvo viajando por 6 meses desde Tucumán hasta Quito, teniendo su primera experiencia de viaje internacional. Luego volvió a Pinamar - Argentina, para trabajar en la temporada y así poder ahorrar para su próximo viaje que tuvo como primer destino las Cataratas del Iguazú.

Beneficiarios Becas Santander Universidades. Estudiantes de grado 2017-2018

En el marco de la Convocatoria “Becas Iberoamérica. Santander Universidades. Estudiantes de grado 2017-2018" fueron seleccionados como beneficiarios dos destacados estudiantes de Económicas. ¡¡Felicitamos a Manuela Nardin y Maximiliano López Salgado beneficiarios de la Beca Iberoamericana Santander Universidades 2017-2018!!