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Programme:

Business and Economy

Finance and Accounting; Management and Marketing; Economics
Study Cycle: First Cycle (Undergraduate)
Faculty: Business and Economics
Academic year: 2019 / 2020
Title: Bachelor of Business and Economics / Field: Management and Marketing / Finance and Accounting / Economics
ECTS: 180 (3 years) Accrediation

The structure of the three-year program includes studies that are dynamic, integrative and interactive in nature. The program is designed to offer an integrative approach to topics of business and economics, implementing this concept through the curriculum. Items that are included in this program are perspectives that are based on theoretical underpinnings that are closely related to practical application in the world of economics and business. The main objectives are:

  • To prepare students for leadership positions in profit and nonprofit organizations, both nationally and around the world.
  • To prepare students for building a career in business administration and in the private and NGO sector.
  • To facilitate the acquisition of research skills and experience of management, marketing and finance in public, private, and nonprofit organizations.
  • To develop the concept of critical thinking of students.
  • To enable students to actively engage in teaching and to conduct independent
  • Research in all areas of business administration.
  • To facilitate the development of personal skills, communication, research and other important skills needed for employment.

The program offers undergraduate students a sound understanding and knowledge of business and economics, while guiding them in certain areas, which are specialized in the last year of studies. During the three-year study program,  students are given opportunities for practical work (internship), which will enable them to apply their acquired knowledge and skills in business and economics.

The curriculum is a balanced combination of basic knowledge and specific professional skills. The first year is important for students because it spans a range of interdisciplinary subjects. This will be of considerable benefit to their professional education.

Finance and Accounting
 
Finance focuses on all aspects of money management, such as investment, collection, disbursement, borrowing, and fund-raising. These individuals prepare financial reports needed to conduct operations and to satisfy tax and regulatory requirements. Finance graduates also oversee the flow of cash and investments and develop information to assess the present and future financial status of an organization. There are many different jobs available to graduates with a finance degree. Nearly every type of business needs someone with specialized financial knowledge. Degree holders can choose to work for a specific company, such as a corporation or bank, or choose to open their own business, such as a consulting firm or financial planning agency. Some of the most prominent occupations that our graduates pursue are:  accounting, banking, insurance, audit, budget analysis, financial planning, financial economics, market research, business analyst, security brokering, securities brokering, 
 
 
Management and Marketing
 
Management studies looks at the theory and practice of management, taking in areas such as business and economics, human resources, operations and information systems, as well as touching on topics such as ethics and management in a national and international context. The degree is usually studied alongside other subjects to give students an insight into management techniques and theories in different industries or professions, such as international business, marketing, travel and hospitality, languages, science, engineering and technology. Management studies graduates work in a range of professions including marketing, sales, finance and retail. 
Marketing graduates have diverse career opportunities within a variety of sectors including government, education, business and the community.  Degree in marketing is a very valuable degree because marketing is a part of every type of business and organization. Marketing students have many options in public relations or advertising; they can become brand manager, perform market research, or even go into international marketing if inclined. These students become shoe-in for sales positions, and the skills grow, salary will grow exponentially. 
 
 
Economics
 
Economics graduates have excellent career opportunities open to them across a range of employment sectors. Some will choose to pursue a career as an economist, but many will enter other graduate roles in private and public sector organisations. Economics majors are successful in a wide variety of careers. Although various roles in businesses are most common, economics majors are successful in law, medicine, government, non-profits, and international relations, as well as in academic roles.
 
Knowledge and understanding
  • Has knowledge and understanding of the business environment, business entities and their operations in the context of strategic management, project management, human resources, total quality management and investment management;
  • Has knowledge of business planning and management of small businesses;
  • Understands the financial principles and concepts associated with accounting, financial reporting, financial management and financial markets and institutions; 
  • Has knowledge of analyzing consumer behavior, conducting market research and use of methodologies for design and product development;
  • Understands the essence of business ethics and social responsibility, business law, economic phenomena of macro and micro level, functions of international business and local and regional economic  development.
 
Applying knowledge and understanding
  • Able to apply knowledge gained in the environment for the private and public sector;
  • Has knowledge to start and develop their own business;
  • Has the ability to assist in making successful marketing, financial and general management plans and strategies.
 
Making judgement
  • Assists in the evaluation of specific problems related to management, regarding the planning, management processes, control and strategic management;
  • Take business decisions of low-level management;
  • Has the ability to analyze market competition.
Communication skills
  • Makes presentations on new ideas, products and services;
  • Interpret business data and economic indicators;
  • Interpret surveying, executive reports, summaries and feasibility studies related to business operations and business environment;
  • Present results of various studies, reports business plans of working groups and stakeholders.
Learning skills
  • Able to search and detect sources of learning;
  • Able to allow for individual and team learning;
  • Has the ability to do business analysis and use scientific literature and review of other authors;

Semester 1

  • [6 ECTS] Principles of Marketing
    The purpose of this course for students to acquire knowledge of basic concepts that are embedded in the marketing functions of modern organizations. The focus is on concepts and issues associated with marketing products and services to consumers. Specifically, the goal is for students to learn about the marketing environment by analyzing the market and implementing successful marketing strategies in this environment. Students will also be able to apply scientific concepts to design a complete marketing plan for their product. This course contributes to familiarizing students with various activities in the field of marketing, contributing company to be competitive and successful in the market.
  • [6 ECTS] Principles of Management
    The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with the basics of management, its genesis, definition and basic principles which should be based on the work of any future manager. This course also aims to acquaint students with knowledge of the basic functions of management as planning, organizing, coordinating, motivating and controlling. Mastery of this subject will provide students with the ability: * To learn the basics of management and to enable them to give concrete examples. * To be able to see the mastery of this subject as the need and acquiring knowledge to be in the context of practical application of learning. To think of an effective way this will help them to face with business problems in their future life.
  • [6 ECTS] Introduction to Economics and Business
    The subject is designed to familiarize students with the external and internal environment of the enterprise. However, attention will be given to the financial, marketing, management and organizational function of the enterprise. In addition, the course recognizes the impact of the enterprise on the community in which it operates. Specifically, the program is for students to gain knowledge in the following: * To explain fundamental economic problems; * To understand the relations between limited resources, value benefits and wealth. * To understand the cohesive link between micro and macroeconomics. * To discuss the objectives and instruments of macroeconomics. * To understand and explain economic cycles. * To debate on international economic relations and others.
  • [6 ECTS] Free elective course 1
    Language Courses
    • Albanian Language for Professional Purposes
    • Academic Writing in English
    • Academic Writing in Macedonian
    • Academic Writing in Albanian
    • German Language (level 1 to 4)
    • French Language
    Communication Skills
    • Public Speaking
    • Intercultural Studies
    • Communication Skills
    IT Skills
    • Advanced Excel
    • Advanced IT skills
    • Advanced knowledge of Word and PowerPoint
    • Google Apps
    • Advanced Access
    • Desktop Publications
    • Web Publications
    Miscellaneous
    • Environmental Protection
    • Sports, Recreation and Culture
    • Professional Career Development
  • [3 ECTS] Elective English Language I
    • Level 1
    • Level 2
    • Level 3
    • Level 4
    • Academic English
    • Advanced Academic English
  • [3 ECTS] Elective Albanian/Macedonian I
    • Albanian language for beginners 1
    • Albanian language for beginners 2
    • Albanian language for beginners 3
    • Macedonian Language 1
    • Macedonian Language 2
    • Macedonian Language 3
    • Macedonian Language 4
    • Macedonian Language for beginners 1
    • Macedonian Language for beginners 2
    • Macedonian Language for beginners 3
    • Macedonian Language for beginners 4
    • Academic writing in Macedonian

Semester 2

  • [6 ECTS] Microeconomics
    Basic understandings on economic phenomenon and the Global Universal microeconomic terminology are achieved through this course. Theoretical approaches that allow coming to their own idea of the possible application solutions to the problems of production, exchange and organization of individual enterprise, a separate branch or a separate market are followed and analyzed. Development components provide dynamic dimension without which simplified approaches would be unusable. Foundations of macroeconomics is taught through the world as part of the universal effort to instantly identify and define similar problems and come up they might be resolved in a similar way everywhere, but to get to the information that can aggregate level to help in formulating macroeconomic objectives and strategic planning elements. It is a part of the need to build globally similar societies in which frequent business, political labor or other contacts will be recognized for all participants in the same way and will be resolved using similar complementary instruments are all usable everywhere.
  • [6 ECTS] Business Mathematics
    The Goals of Business Math are as follows: * Students to be able to apply the system of linear equations to solve various problems in the field of business and economics. * Students to be able to apply their knowledge of linear models and numerous arrays for solving various problems in business and economics. * To provide students with advanced knowledge for calculating compound interest, periodic deposits, periodic rents, loans and financial decisions.
  • [6 ECTS] Principles of Accounting
    The purpose of the curriculum is to help students understand the essence of accounting to learn the basics of financial accounting concepts and principles of accounting. Specifically, students will gain knowledge and understanding of financial statements, their components, the basic rules of recording of accounting data, and the utilization of accounting documents.
  • [6 ECTS] Free elective course 2
    Language Courses
    • Albanian Language for Professional Purposes
    • Academic Writing in English
    • Academic Writing in Macedonian
    • Academic Writing in Albanian
    • German Language (level 1 to 4)
    • French Language
    Communication Skills
    • Public Speaking
    • Intercultural Studies
    • Communication Skills
    IT Skills
    • Advanced Excel
    • Advanced IT skills
    • Advanced knowledge of Word and PowerPoint
    • Google Apps
    • Advanced Access
    • Desktop Publications
    • Web Publications
    Miscellaneous
    • Environmental Protection
    • Sports, Recreation and Culture
    • Professional Career Development
  • [3 ECTS] Elective English Language II
    • Level 1
    • Level 2
    • Level 3
    • Level 4
    • Academic English
    • Advanced Academic English
  • [3 ECTS] Elective Albanian/Macedonian II
    • Albanian language for beginners 1
    • Albanian language for beginners 2
    • Albanian language for beginners 3
    • Macedonian Language 1
    • Macedonian Language 2
    • Macedonian Language 3
    • Macedonian Language 4
    • Macedonian Language for beginners 1
    • Macedonian Language for beginners 2
    • Macedonian Language for beginners 3
    • Macedonian Language for beginners 4
    • Academic writing in Macedonian

Semester 3

  • [6 ECTS] Macroeconomics
    Students will gain knowledge about: * Macroeconomic concepts and categories that is a prerequisite to the functioning of a national economy as a part of the broader global economic system. * Importance of the principal macroeconomic indicators such as gross national product, national income, economic growth, economic cycle, investment and public consumption, inflation, unemployment money and banks, budget, balance of payment and more. * Basic tools of macroeconomic analysis (aggregate supply and demand) and macroeconomic policies (monetary and fiscal policy) and others. * The efficient function of a national economy, comparing it with modern market economies, indicating in that direction differences, similarities and opportunities for future development of the respective economy. Knowledge of macroeconomics, which will allow easier access to other advanced macroeconomic courses. Prerequisites for entering the course: Introduction to Economics and Business, Microeconomics
  • [6 ECTS] Business Calculus
    The program aims to enable students: * To prove that they have knowledge and understanding of dependencies between the sizes that is used in business and economics and simple mathematical models. • To identify the relationship between differential calculus and functions of business and economics. * To apply these relations to study the dependencies between sizes in business and economics. * To apply differential calculus to solve various problems in applied business and economics. Prerequisites for entering the course: Business Math
  • [6 ECTS] Statistics
    The purpose of the course is for students to acquire knowledge to be able to: * Use descriptive analysis when analyzing data. * Use probability and random variables in solving business problems. * To understand the statistical lock which is the basic for interpreting results and making business decisions. * Using correlation and simple multiple regression. * To know the basics of analysis of variance. To understand the basics of index numbers and the methods for analyzing time series. Prerequisites for entering the course: Business Math
  • [6 ECTS] Free elective course 3
    Language Courses
    • Albanian Language for Professional Purposes
    • Academic Writing in English
    • Academic Writing in Macedonian
    • Academic Writing in Albanian
    • German Language (level 1 to 4)
    • French Language
    Communication Skills
    • Public Speaking
    • Intercultural Studies
    • Communication Skills
    IT Skills
    • Advanced Excel
    • Advanced IT skills
    • Advanced knowledge of Word and PowerPoint
    • Google Apps
    • Advanced Access
    • Desktop Publications
    • Web Publications
    Miscellaneous
    • Environmental Protection
    • Sports, Recreation and Culture
    • Professional Career Development
  • [6 ECTS] Elective English Language for specific purposes 1
    • English for Specific Purposes 1
    • English for Specific Purposes 2

Semester 4

  • [6 ECTS] Operational Management
    The purpose of the course is for students to acquire knowledge to be able: * To prepare and make decisions in which products and services are made. * To prepare and make decisions in which products and services are controlled. * To find a suitable approach to solve any situation connected with the complex problems of products and services. * To learn about various activities of the organization and functioning of the overall system operating management. To prepare and make decisions that creates conditions for products and services. Prerequisites for entering the course: Principles of Management
  • [6 ECTS] Marketing Management
    The purpose of this course is to prepare students to use and manage 4-Q of an organization or company, so they’re able to design optimal marketing element, products, pricing, promotion and distribution methods that companies face. Specifically, the goal is to understand the complexity of decisions in marketing management, as well as frameworks for analysis of markets, customers, competitors and integrating concepts from the original marketing plan. Prerequisites for entering the course: Principles of marketing
  • [6 ECTS] Financial Accounting
    The purpose of this course is to equip students with advanced knowledge of accounting and their application in the accounting system of business entities. Prerequisites for entering the course: Principles of Accounting
  • [6 ECTS] Elective English Language for Specific purposes II
    • English for Specific Purposes 1
    • English for Specific Purposes 2
  • [6 ECTS] Elective course 4
    • Consumer Behavior
    • Portfolio Management
    • Business Plan
    • Marketing Services
    • Supply Chain Management
    • Investment Management
    • Financial Markets and Institutions
    • Project Management
    • Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethics
    • Business Law

Semester 5

Concentration: Menagement and Marketing
  • [6 ECTS] Market Research
    The course covers the fundamentals of Marketing Research (research, descriptive and causal). Furthermore, the course includes knowledge from the field of different types of Marketing Research (qualitative and quantitative), as well as complex issues from every stage of the process of Market Research, including definition of major problems supported by research objectives with information, methodology, questionnaire design, samples, data collection, statistical analyses (for example: data/content analysis). A precondition for this course is students to have passed the course in Statistics
  • [6 ECTS] Human Resource Management
    The purpose of this course is to acquaint students with the importance and role of human resource management in contemporary business organizations. Within this course students will become familiar with the process management of human resources both in theory and practice of international and domestic companies. Prerequisites for entering the course: Principles of management
  • [6 ECTS] Small Business and Entrepreneurship
    The purpose of the course is to help students in understanding the meaning and essence, functioning and organization of small enterprises in the economy. Prerequisites for entering the course: Introduction to business and economics
  • [6 ECTS] Elective course 5/2/1
    • Corporate Management
    • Total Quality Management
    • Business Communication
    • International Marketing
    • Information System Management
    • Risk Management
    • Management Accounting
    • Financial Management
  • [6 ECTS] Elective course 5/1/1
    • Corporate Management
    • Total Quality Management
    • Business Communication
    • International Marketing
    • Information System Management
    • Risk Management
    • Management Accounting
    • Financial Management
Concentration: Finance and Accounting
  • [6 ECTS] Financial Management
    The purpose of this course is for students to acquire knowledge and skills in the area of financial management, and training to students with contemporary theoretical knowledge and experience of the analysis of the fundamental concepts of finance to corporations, financial and real investment projects and their evaluation through the time dimension of money. The purpose of the course continues to train students how to use adequate sources of financing, effectively managing capital and the determination of proper structure, determining the appropriate policy of distribution of profit-dividend policy and finalize the financial planning and forecasting and more. Achieving the set goals of the subject, the students created new opportunities for competitive access to the labor market or, more effectively managing their own real businesses. Prerequisites for entering the course: Introduction to business and economy, Principles of accounting
  • [6 ECTS] Monetary Economics
    The main objective of this course is to introduce the student to the impact monetary policy on interest rates and asset markets, such as bond market and the stock market. In addition, the course will provide the students of the economics with the analytical tools necessary to analyze and solve relevant and current monetary economics issues. The monetary economics, however, which is the focus of this course, mainly deals with function of money and monetary aggregates, demand and supply for money, conduct of monetary policy, targets, tools and its operation. In addition, the monetary policy strategy, transmission mechanism of monetary policy, and monetary and fiscal policy will be discussed. Moreover, this course is intended to introduce students to the analytical techniques, instruments and policy issues relevant to monetary economies. An important objective of this course is to provide students with the ability to use appropriate techniques-tools of monetary economics analysis as to theoretical and applied problems relating to monetary economics. Prerequisites for entering course: Introduction to business and economy, macroeconomics, microeconomics,
  • [6 ECTS] Management Accounting
    The purpose of the course is for students to gain knowledge of accounting, which is used by managers when making decisions. Specifically, to familiarize students with the concepts of accounting for the managers and the necessary tools for making managerial decisions. Prerequisites for entering the course: Accounting principles
  • [6 ECTS] Elective course 5/2/2
    • Money and Banks
    • Business Communication
    • Corporate Management
    • Risk Management
    • Human Resources Management
    • Process of Economic Integration
  • [6 ECTS] Elective course 5/1/2
    • Money and Banks
    • Business Communication
    • Corporate Management
    • Risk Management
    • Human Resources Management
    • Process of Economic Integration
Concentration: Economics
  • [6 ECTS] International Economics
    Students gain knowledge and skills to understand the difference between global creation, maintenance and modification in comparison with international strategies in terms of international business, to gain knowledge to perform cost-benefit analysis from a global perspective. To conduct SWOT analysis for various international companies and to learn new global markets. To understand the essence of global international business and the use of global communications. To define and use strategies for evaluating joint venture, unification and buying different companies in order to gain access to new markets. To bring solutions to the segmentation of markets and ways to access them. Prerequisites for entering the course: Introduction to business, Macroeconomics,
  • [6 ECTS] Monetary Economics
    The main objective of this course is to introduce the student to the impact monetary policy on interest rates and asset markets, such as bond market and the stock market. In addition, the course will provide the students of the economics with the analytical tools necessary to analyze and solve relevant and current monetary economics issues. The monetary economics, however, which is the focus of this course, mainly deals with function of money and monetary aggregates, demand and supply for money, conduct of monetary policy, targets, tools and its operation. In addition, the monetary policy strategy, transmission mechanism of monetary policy, and monetary and fiscal policy will be discussed. Moreover, this course is intended to introduce students to the analytical techniques, instruments and policy issues relevant to monetary economies. An important objective of this course is to provide students with the ability to use appropriate techniques-tools of monetary economics analysis as to theoretical and applied problems relating to monetary economics. Prerequisites for entering course: Introduction to business and economy, macroeconomics, microeconomics,
  • [6 ECTS] Investment Economics
    The purpose of this course is for students to acquire relevant theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the sphere of investments and modern investment processes, as well as the micro plan and macro plan. The course will also train students through the analysis of investment as an economic category, motives and functions of investment, with special emphasis on the contribution of investment in economic growth and development of a national economy. Also this course aims to bring modern methods for determining and selecting the most effective real and financial investment to achieve greater profitability. Prerequisites for entering the course: Macroeconomics, Microeconomics
  • [6 ECTS] Elective course 5/2/3
    • Corporate Management
    • Business Communication
    • Money and Banks
    • Information System Management
    • Risk Management
    • Human Resource Management
    • Process of Economic Integration
  • [6 ECTS] Elective course 5/1/3
    • Corporate Management
    • Business Communication
    • Money and Banks
    • Information System Management
    • Risk Management
    • Human Resource Management
    • Process of Economic Integration

Semester 6

Concentration: Menagement and Marketing
  • [6 ECTS] Organizational Behavior
    The course aims to familiarize students with organizational behavior and organizational psychology. From this point students should acquire adequate knowledge of leadership, power, authority, teamwork, conflict, role and significance of the individual business organization, etc. Prerequisites for entering the course: Management principles
  • [6 ECTS] Product Design and Management
    The purpose of this course is to prepare students to use techniques and methods for design and management of products and services to manage them and be able to apply them in business companies. Prerequisites for entering the course: Management principles
  • [6 ECTS] Strategic Management (capstone project)
    The Strategic Management course is designed to expose students to the many facets of strategy which translated to why certain companies outperform their competition and gain sustainable competitive advantage. It is not a course on strategic planning but will provide students with the tools to perform a strategic analysis. The students will learn the process of strategic management beginning with the formulation of the philosophy and mission, analysing the internal and external environment, and analysing the companies’ competitive position. Major focus of the course is placed on Strategy Formulation– methods for analyzing industries and competitors within these industries and – Strategy Implementation
  • [6 ECTS] Elective course 6/1/1
    • International Business
    • Game Theory
    • E-commerce
    • Distrubution and sale methods
    • Promotion
    • Career development
  • [6 ECTS] Elective course 6/2/1
    • International Business
    • Game Theory
    • E-commerce
    • Distrubution and sale methods
    • Promotion
    • Career development
Concentration: Finance and Accounting
  • [6 ECTS] Strategic Management
    The purpose of this course is: evaluation and application of key elements of strategic analysis, choosing the right strategy within a flexible plan, and to stimulate thinking about the problems associated with implementation of formulated strategy. The aim of the course is for students to learn to think critically about issues and problems associated with the choice of strategy in turbulent and dynamic environment and to understand that there is no single right way to develop strategy. After the class, students should be able: * Understand the theories and concepts of strategic management. * To master the vocabulary related to the strategic management. * To integrate the knowledge of separate functional management. * To develop analytical and communication skills, and abilities for teamwork. Prerequisites for entering the course:Principles of management
  • [6 ECTS] Public Finance
    Objectives of the course (competencies): * Students will acquire knowledge of public finance as a major means of macroeconomic policies as a fundamental instrument for the functioning of a national economy as a whole and as a subsystem of an economic system of the country * Students will acquire knowledge of public goods and externalities costs, allocation of public revenue allocation and reallocation of revenue, comparative aspects of public finance in developed countries and those in transition, the specifics of the fiscal systems of Macedonia, trends and challenges them, fiscal decentralization etc. * Students will gain knowledge of budget and extra-budgetary funds as the main instruments of fiscal policy, procedures about preparation, preparation, preparation, approval, implementation and control of the budget, and techniques of budget as the local and central level. * For students to create a clear picture of the functioning of a fiscal system, in terms of various fiscal theories that can performcomparative difference and find common points of operation of these systems in different countries. * Students are familiar with the main indicators of fiscal policy in the Republic, creating a real database in terms of long-term fiscal trends RM, encouraging students to work independent scholarly papers and essays on fiscal policy. Prerequisites for entering the course:Introduction to economy and business, macroeconomics, microeconomic
  • [6 ECTS] International Finance
    The purpose of this course is for students to acquire knowledge and skills of how international financial markets operate, the exchange rate fluctuations, to investigate methods of risk management in the global market. Prerequisites for entering the course:Introduction to economy and business, macroeconomics,
  • [6 ECTS] Elective course 6/2/2
    • Small Business and Entrepreneurship
    • E-commerce
    • Analysis of Financial Reports
    • Auditing
    • Design and Product Management
    • International Business
  • [6 ECTS] Elective course 6/1/2
    • Small Business and Entrepreneurship
    • E-commerce
    • Analysis of Financial Reports
    • Auditing
    • Design and Product Management
    • International Business
Concentration: Economics
  • [6 ECTS] Econometrics
    The purpose of this course is to learn the basics of econometrics, which will benefit students to conduct simple research Content: This course focuses on basic research methods that can be used within all social sciences. It pays attention to simple quantitative and qualitative research methods. This course is intended for individuals who need to conduct social research as part of academic studies. Prerequisites for entering the course: Business mathematics, business statistics,
  • [6 ECTS] Public Finance
    Purposes of the course (competencies): * Students will acquire knowledge of public finance as a major means of macroeconomic policies as a fundamental instrument for the functioning of a national economy as a whole and as a subsystem of an economic system of the country * Students will acquire knowledge of public goods and externalities costs, allocation of public revenue allocation and reallocation of revenue, comparative aspects of public finance in developed countries and those in transition, the specifics of the fiscal systems of Macedonia, trends and challenges them, fiscal decentralization etc.. * Students will gain knowledge of budget and extra-budgetary funds as the main instruments of fiscal policy, procedures about preparation, preparation, preparation, approval, implementation and control of the budget, and techniques of budget as the local and central level. * For students to create a clear picture of the functioning of a fiscal system, in terms of various fiscal theories that can performcomparative difference and find common points of operation of these systems in different countries. * Students are familiar with the main indicators of fiscal policy in the Republic, creating a real database in terms of long-term fiscal trends RM, encouraging students to work independent scholarly papers and essays on fiscal policy. Prerequisites for entering the course:Introduction to business and economics, microeconomics, macroeconomics,
  • [6 ECTS] Strategic Management
    The purpose of this course for the evaluation and application of key elements of strategic analysis, choosing the right strategy within a flexible plan, and to stimulate thinking about the problems associated with implementation of formulated strategy. The aim of the course is for students to learn to think critically about issues and problems associated with the choice of strategy in turbulent and dynamic environment and to understand that there is no single right way to develop strategy. After the class, students should be able: * Understand the theories and concepts of strategic management. * To master the vocabulary related to the strategic management. * To integrate the knowledge of separate functional management. * To develop analytical and communication skills, and abilities for teamwork. Prerequisites for entering the course: Management Principles
  • [6 ECTS] Elective course 6/2/3
    • International Finance
    • Career Development
    • Game Theory
    • Product Design and Management
  • [6 ECTS] Elective course 6/1/3
    • International Finance
    • Career Development
    • Game Theory
    • Product Design and Management
    • External Trade

Semester 7

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