Curriculum

Finance, Full-Time, Bachelor, class 2018

1 semester
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1 BA101 Macroeconomics C 7
2 BA105 Economic Theories C 4
3 CM313 Business Communications C 6
4 IT101 Computer Science C 7
5 LN114 English I (A1) E -
6 LN116 English I (A2) E -
2 semester
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1 BA102 Microeconomics C 6
2 BA104 Economic Sociology C 6
3 BA106 Fundamentals of Management C 6
4 BA110 Quantitative Methods in Business C 6
5 LN114 English I (A1) E 12
6 LN116 English I (A2) E 12
3 semester
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1 BA201 International Economics C 6
2 BA203 Accounting I C 6
3 BA205 Planning and Forecasting C 6
4 LW280 C 5
5 LN214 English II (A1) E -
6 LN216 English II (A2) E -
4 semester
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1 BA202 Marketing C 6
2 BA204 Accounting II C 7
3 BA207 Organisational Behaviour C 6
4 ST202 Statistics C 6
5 LN214 English II (A1) E 12
6 LN216 English II (A2) E 12
5 semester
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1 BA301 Finance I (Public Finance) C 6
2 BA311 Theory of Money and Credit C 6
3 BA321 Financial Reports Analysis C 6
4 BA304 International Economic Relations E 6
5 BA323 Financial Accounting E 6
6 LW371 Commercial Law E 6
6 semester
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1 BA302 Finance II (Corporate Finance) C 6
2 BA312 Banks and Banking C 6
3 BA314 Financial Markets C 6
4 BA316 Social Insurance C 6
5 BA406 Project Management E 6
6 BA508 Financial Strategies of the European Union E 6
7 IT302 Information Systems and Technologies E 6
7 semester
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1 BA411 Tax, Customs and Currency Control C 6
2 BA413 Stock Exchanges and Stock Transactions C 6
3 BA417 Internship (45 days) and Report Defense C 5
4 BA583 Transnational and Multinational Corporations and Banks C 6
5 BA421 Budget Accounting E 6
6 BA435 Sales Management E 6
7 BA441 Business Planning E 6
8 semester
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1 BA402 Business Games C 6
2 BA414 International Currency Relations C 6
3 BA404 Risk Analysis and Assessment E 6
4 BA410 Service Management E 6
5 BA444 Innovation and Investment Management E 6

Basic scheme of the curriculum
Compulsory subjects 173 credits
Elective subjects 57 credits
Written State Exam 10 credits
Summary 240 credits

The basic scheme of the curriculum provides for the accumulation of 60 credits per academic year, 30 per semester, acquired by compulsory and elective subjects.

Optional courses credits are over credits acquired in the main draw of the curriculum and not replace them.

Credits from two-semester courses is awarded after successful completion of the entire course.

Legend: C = Compulsory, E = Elective, O = Optional