Study programmes / C-EPA Economic policy and administration
Programme: C-EPA Economic policy and administration
Field of study: C-EPA-F Finances
Level of qualification:Master continuing
Mode of study: part-time
Qualification awarded:Master's degree
Specific admission requirements:Completed bachelor degree programme and entrance examination, if required.
Qualification requirements and regulations:Finished Bachelor's degree programme with bachelor diploma. Further information available here.
Specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning:There are no specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning. The recognition procedure of the university is guided by the Act No. 111/1998 on Higher Education Institutions and the university "Study and Examination Rules". Further information available here.
Profile of the programme:Graduates will have developed a deep professional knowledge in the fields of finance, business financial management, economy policy and processes of European integration. Graduates will be able to use the acquired knowledge to find solutions to financial decisions and make prognoses; graduates will be able to hold discussions in Czech and English. Graduates can further their professional skills and continue into the doctoral program in Finance.
 
Key learning outcomes: to develop student´s advanced ´ knowledge of economical, managerial and social to analyse and understand economic and financial phenomena
to be responsible for proper book-keeping of institution and to administration of taxes
to promote advanced methods by which economic and managerial processes are investigated, monitored and controlled
to promote sophisticated quantitative techniques to give students modern and perspective tools for decision making support
to provide students with the personal and professional skills to take part in top management of companies with responsibility for financial tasks
 
Occupational profile:Graduates will be able to provide conceptual solutions to flexible management of finance and business economics, they will be able to manage relationships with financial institutions and to hold managerial positions in financial institutions using their knowledge of financial and managerial accounting, tax, economic policies and their knowledge of managing banking and insurance institutions. They could also work as independent analysts and consultants in the field of accounting, taxation, finance.
Graduation requirements:Min. 120 ECTS, state final exam, defence of the master's thesis.
Access to further studies:Successful graduates may proceed to doctoral study programme.
Examination regulations, assessment and grading:Further information available here.
Programme supervisor:doc. Ing. Hana Bohušová, Ph.D.

To obtain 60 ECTS credits per academic year, students should choose courses from any other study programme taught at the university.

 
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