The curriculum of Bachelor`s Degree Studies consists of general courses and major courses in the following economic areas: introduction to economics, micro-economics, macro-economics,
mathematics and statistics: mathematics 1, financial mathematics, descriptive statistics, mathematical statistics, quantitative methods for business, information and communication technologies for business,
Finance: introduction to finance, public finance, international finance, banking, insurance, corporate finance – financial management.
Accounting: Introduction to accounting – Business accountant, Financial accounting, Bank accounting and insurance accounting, Management accounting, SME accounting,
Others: Introduction to management, Introduction to law, foreign language, entrepreneurship, cross-cultural communication, communication and argument techniques, thesis seminars and advanced techniques of thesis preparation, sport.
The above courses constitute a set of obligatory subjects for students of all majors studying F&A programme. Those courses allow to gain knowledge of and elaborate ability to use mathematical, statistical, regulatory tools necessary to undertake micro- and macroeconomic analysis, to evaluate business situations, to explore and master skills related to majors.
The above programme was awarded the ACCA certificate.
The detailed list of general courses, major courses and specialization subjects are included in the appendix.
Apart from the above general courses students follow major courses or elective courses listed in the so-called University’s bank.
List of obligatory classes for all sub-majors, introducing you to the world of economics
Classes which are part of the major, introducing aspects of finances and accounting
- economy basics,
- mathematics I,
- financial mathematics,
- descriptive statistics,
- mathematical statistics,
- quantitative methods in business,
- ICT in business,
- foreign language ,
- intercultural communication,
- communication and argumentation techniques,
- diploma and advanced seminars with writing techniques,
- physical education,
- Basics of finance
- Basics of accounting – accountant in business
- Finance 1 – Public finances and Finance JST (Local Self-Government Units)
- Finance 2 – International finance, EU Finance
- Accounting 1 – Financial Accounting
- Accounting 2 – Bank Accounting, Insurance Accounting
- Accounting 3. Management accounting I
- Banking – basics of banking, banking risk
- Law in business
- Buisness finance