European Economic Studies

Area of studies: Social Sciences
Faculty: Faculty of Economics and Management
Mode of Studies: Full-time
Length of Programme: 4 academic years (240 ECTS)
Name of Qualification: Bachelor in Economics

Access Requirements

Applicants for European Economic Studies Programme should have obtained secondary education certificate or equivalent degree and abilities to speak, read and write in English.

Programme Objectives and Competencies Acquired

The goal of the European Economic Studies Programme is to prepare students for the requirements of the professional world, which result from globalisation and the European integration process; to develop specialists competent in economics of high qualification who could join European and international companies and other organizations. The programme focuses on economic topics. In addition, the course of studies includes a choice from three foreign languages.

The Bachelor’s programme aims at providing students with core competencies in Economics, i.e. Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Econometrics etc. After the Bachelor’s programme students will have enjoyed a high-level introduction to Economics and its related disciplines. Moreover, they should be fluent in the two foreign languages (English and a chosen one from French, German and Spanish). The business and economics-related contents of the language courses make the language competencies highly applicable.

The European Economic Studies Programme offers students a comprehensive coverage and critical analysis of the process of European economic integration. Courses are designed to provide students with a deep knowledge and thorough understanding of EU policies and the European economy in general.

Competencies:

  • Competence to analyze  the EU economic environment;
  • Competence to prognosticate changes in domestic and international economics.
  • Competence to evaluate cultural differences of countries‘ economic systems and apply corresponding decisions;
  • Competence to make decisions relating to the changing economic situation;
  • Competence to assess the economic environment changes and their influence on the decisions of the country;
  • Competence to communicate in European ( English/French/German/ Spanish) languages.

Career Opportunities

Graduates of European Economic Studies Programme will be able to:

  • continue studies in Economics master programmes, as well as in other master programmes of social sciences area;
  • work in the European, international and national public sectors;
  • work in European business and in the non-profit sector;
  • in EU (especialy Germany, France, Spain) and other international organization institutions and representative offices.

Curriculum

I Year

 

Courses

Code

Credits

I semester

ABD subjects

 

18

Microeconomics

EKO1001

6

Higher Mathematics

MAT1016

6

Total: 12+18=30

II semester

ABD subjects

 

16

French / German/ Spanish language, level I (A1)

 

6

Basics of Mathematical Analysis

MAT1012

6

Macroeconomics

EKO1003

6

Total: 18+16 =34

II Year

 

Courses

Code

Credits

I semester

ABD subjects

 

12

Methods of Mathematical Statistics in Economics

MAT2010

6

French/German/ Spanish language, level II (A2)

 

6

Introduction Practicum

EKO2002

5

Total: 17+12=29

II semester

ABD subjects

 

12

French/German/ Spanish language, level III (B1)

 

6

Fundamentals of Finance

EKO2003

6

Economics and Management Information Systems

INF2009

6

Total: 30

III Year

 

Courses

Code

Credits

I semester

French/German/ Spanish business language

 

5

History of Economic Theories

EKO3001

6

International Economic Relations

VAD2001

4

European Economic History

 

4

Financial Accounting

EKO3004

6

Term Paper (French/German/ Spanish Economic Analysis)

EKO3007

4

Optional Subject (1)

Real Estate Economics

EKO3006

4

Welfare Economics

EKO

4

Total: 33

II semester

French/German/ Spanish Economics and Culture

 

5

International Trade

EKO3008

4

Public Finance

EKO3011

6

European Interncultural Leadership

 

4

EU Law

 

4

Econometrics

MAT3012

6

Total: 29

IV Year

 

Courses

Code

Credits

I semester

Economic Planning and Forecasting

 

4

Managerial Economics

EKO4004

6

Labor Economics

EKO4001

4

European Economic Integration and Monetary Policy

 

6

Optional Subject (1)

Marketing Management

VAD3001

4

Small Business Management

VAD4004

4

Total: 24

II semester

Strategic Management

VAD4005

6

Pregraduation Practicum

EKO4006

10

Bachelor‘s Thesis (French/German/ Spanish Economic Analysis)

EKO4007

15

Total: 31

 

Total: 240