Study programmes / B-EPA Economic policy and administration
Programme: B-EPA Economic policy and administration
Field of study: B-EPA-F Finances
Level of qualification:Bachelor
Mode of study: part-time
Qualification awarded:Bachelor's degree
Specific admission requirements:Completed secondary education and entrance examination, if required.
Qualification requirements and regulations:Finished secondary education with school leaving certificate. 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 professional knowledge in finance. Specifically in financial accounting, tax principles, tax records, company financing, financial market operations, financial market institutions and instruments and using financial instruments in business practice. Graduates will be able to apply relevant theory and methodology in practice. Graduates will be able to work for companies in their finance departments independently or as part of a team, they will be able to deal with tax issues, solve financial relationships with banks and other financial institutions. Finance graduates will have theoretical prerequisites to continue in their postgraduate study reading Finance at their "mother" faculty or some other faculty offering postgraduate courses in Finance at other universities.
Key learning outcomes: to develop students´ knowledge of economical,managerial and social sciences in order that they may analyse and understand economic and social behavior
to make students to know the principles and evolution of economic processes and their influence on society
to promote methods by which economic and managerial processes are investigated, monitored and controlled
to promote quantitative techniques to give students modern and perspective tools for decision making support
to prepare financial plans to ensure all activities using a wide spectrum of resources, including the current funding possibilities available both in the Czech Republic and the European Union
Occupational profile:Graduate is prepared for productive entities, non-profit and service organization or state authority unit to support and guarantee the financial related task including funding, accounting and taxation. They could work as specialists, team member, assistants to top managers or manager of lower levels of managerial structure. They can ensure the optimal financing, funding, optimalization of taxes, book-keeping using the modern approaches and technologies.
Graduation requirements:Min. 180 ECTS, state final exam, defence of the bachelor thesis.
Access to further studies:Successful graduates may proceed to master's study programme.
Examination regulations, assessment and grading:Further information available here.
Programme supervisor:doc. Ing. Patrik Svoboda, Ph.D.

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

1st semester
CodeCourse titleMode of completionCredits
 A group of required courses
ZPEBusiness Economics IExam5
VA1Computer Technology and Algorithms IFulfillment of requirements3
ZVSFundamentals of LawFulfillment of requirements4
MT1Mathematics IExam5
MI1Microeconomics IExam6
DSTax SystemExam5
2nd semester
CodeCourse titleMode of completionCredits
 A group of required courses
VA2Computer Technology and Algorithms IIExam4
FTFinancial MarketsExam6
IE1Informatics for Economists IFulfillment of requirements3
PRPLegal Environment of a BusinessExam4
MA1Macroeconomics IExam6
MT2Mathematics IIExam6
 A group of elective courses (necessary to accomplish min. 1 cours.)
OKAJLanguage in Business - EnglishExam2
OKNJLanguage in Business - GermanExam2
3rd semester
CodeCourse titleMode of completionCredits
 A group of required courses
FU1Financial Accounting IExam5
IE2Informatics for Economists IIExam5
MARMarketing IExam5
ZSEPrinciples of European Integration in the World PerspectiveExam5
 A group of elective courses (necessary to accomplish min. 1 cours.)
SVAK1English K 1Fulfillment of requirements2
SVFK1French K 1Fulfillment of requirements2
SVNK1German K 1Fulfillment of requirements2
SVRK1Russian K 1Fulfillment of requirements2
SVSK1Spanish K 1Fulfillment of requirements2
4th semester
CodeCourse titleMode of completionCredits
 A group of required courses
BA1Banking IExam4
PNFBusiness FinanceExam5
EKM1Econometrics IExam5
HPO1Economic Policy IExam6
VSPublic AdministrationExam5
 A group of elective courses (necessary to accomplish min. 1 cours.)
SVAK2English K 2Exam2
SVFK2French K 2Exam2
SVNK2German K 2Exam2
SVRK2Russian K 2Exam2
SVSK2Spanish K 2Exam2
5th semester
CodeCourse titleMode of completionCredits
 A group of required courses
BSBachelor SeminarFulfillment of requirements2
MSPBusiness PlanExam4
PDADirect TaxesExam5
MKVMarketing CommunicationExam5
PRXPractical TrainingFulfillment of requirements6
VFPublic FinanceExam4
OSCJSeminar in Foreign LanguageFulfillment of requirements2
6th semester
CodeCourse titleMode of completionCredits
 A group of required courses
BPBachelor ThesisFulfillment of requirements8
KPEU LawExam6
NDAIndirect TaxesExam5
POJInsurance IExam4
OMAOperations ManagementExam5
OOBTrade Operations IExam5