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Tirana Business University

Faculties

Faculties

Tirana Business University College consists of Faculty of Bussiness Administation and Faculty of Law

Faculty of Bussiness Administation comprises two major academic components: Undergraduate Degree Programs (Bachelor), Graduate Degree Programs(Master) in Management, Finance - Accounting, Marketing, Public Administration, training courses, research and consulting services related to their areas of competence.

Dean of the Faculty of Business Administration is Dr. Entela Shehaj

E-mail: entela.shehaj@tbu.edu.al 

Faculty of Bussiness Administation comprises two major academic components: Undergraduate Degree Programs(Bachelor), Graduate Degree Programs(Master) in Law, training courses, research and consulting services related to their areas of competence.

Dean of the Faculty of Law is Prof. Dr. Endri Papajorgji

E-mail: endri.papajorgji@tbu.edu.al 

Faculties are organized in three basic units: Department of General Subjects; Department of Professional subjects; as well as Center for Research and Economic Studies or Respective juridical.

TBU offers full-time and prolonged study programs organized in modules and rated in credits according to the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS), as well as undergraduate credit rating courses.

At the Faculty of Business Administration alongside the Bachelor program with at least 180 credits that in the third year are profiled in Management, Finance - Accounting and Marketing, offers three Professional Master in  Business Administration programs with at least 90 credits, according to profiles: Management, Finance - Accounting, Business Law, a Master's Professional Public Administration program with at least 60 credits, and a Master of Business Administration programs with at least 120 credits.

At the Law Faculty besides the Bachelor in Law program with at least 180 credits, a study program is also developed Professional Master in Law with at least 60 credits.