The importance of the program is underlined by the special role of finances. Finances are a unique resource which is able to transform within a very short period into any other one: into buildings, equipment, transport, raw materials, labour, and etc. Rationality, expediency, and effectiveness of such transformations contribute to the welfare of an enterprise, as well as to all interested parties, for instance, owners, workers, counter agents, state, society, and etc. Financial resources can we utilised as independently functioning assets, which generate different kinds of income.
The knowledge of theory, applied methods and instruments of finance management in the modern economy are crucial to any head of the department, businessman, private owner, institutional investor, individual investor, and entrepreneur. The disciplines offered are aimed at preparing highly-qualified and well-rounded managers, who are able to find solutions to any kinds of problems.
Mathematics; Computer workshop; Information technology; Data analysis
Foreign language; Law; Philosophy; History; Physical culture; Fundamentals of business & public communication; Logic. Argumentation theory (in English); Entrepreneurship and business strategies.
Microeconomics; Macroeconomics; Finance, money, credit; Managerial sociology; Political economy; Financial reporting & analysis
Business fundamentals; Theory and history of management; Organization theory, Methods of making managerial decisions, Financial and management accounting, Efficiency and effectiveness management; Project management;
Operational management; Marketing; Financial risk management; human resource Management; Innovation and modern business models; Corporate governance; Financial strategy, planning and budgeting; Business financing; Сash flow management; Working capital management;
• Financial Skills;
• Soft Skills;
• Entrepreneurial Skills
• Investment Skills
Our graduates are in high demand at the labour market. They are employed by financial departments in commercial organisations, banks, investment and insurance companies, state and municipal enterprises, representations and affiliates of foreign companies.