DepartmentsMilton Friedman University has the following departments: Department of Human Resources and Management, Department of Business and Marketing, Department of Communication and Cultural Studies, Department of Methodology and Informatics, Department of Finance and Accounting, Department of International and Political Studies
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS AND MARKETING
The primary objective when developing an educational structure is to provide students with appropriate information retrieval and processing skills, taking into account the duration of the program and the principles of life-long learning, wherein the individual learns in part at school and the remainder of the time, independently.
Head of Department: Dr. Zoltán Sipos
DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES AND MANAGEMENT
The aim of the Department is to prepare students to deal with the most expensive organizational asset- the human resource.
Head of Department: Dr. János Hárskuti
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION AND CULTURAL SCIENCES
The programs, courses and specializations offered by the Department represent the current needs of today’s labor market and particularly in those sectors where there is a shortage of workers.
Head of Department: Dr. Krisztián Dombrádi
DEPARTMENT OF METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATICS
The Instructors in the department argue that, following the abstract knowledge of the theoretical material, it is more important than ever for an IT-based computer science knowledge system to be developed for students.
Head of Department: Dr. Vid Honfi
DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL AND POLITICAL STUDIES
In the name of social sciences, our instructors are committed to familiarizing students with how the world at large operates. While sitting at their school desk, “the student travels around” the continents, thus gaining theoretical knowledge and applicable tactics and practices which offer a significant competitive advantage in today’s labor market.
Head of Department: Dr. habil. István Grajczjár, PhD
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING
The main task of all specializations of the Finance and Accounting program is to prepare students to enter the labor market, therefore we involve company managers, credit institution specialists and bank managers in the training of many of our courses.
Head of Department: Dr. Piroska Lengyel