Finance – FINANCE AND BANKING
– Year I: Microeconomics, Mathematics applied to economics, Economic informatics, Basic Accounting, Economics and business management, European economics, Communication and commercial correspondence in a foreign language I (English, French, German), Macroeconomics, Database, Finance, Commercial Law, Fundamentals of Management, Economic Statistics, Communication and commercial correspondence in a foreign language (English, French, German), Physical Education.
– Year II: Fundamental financial accounting, Public finance, Econometrics, Currency, Insurance and reinsurance, Communication and commercial correspondence in a foreign language I (English, French, German), In-depth financial accounting, Marketing, Operations of credit institutions, Finance management, Taxation, Communication and commercial correspondence in a foreign language II (English, French, German), Physical Education, Internship.
Optional subjects I: Ethics in Business, Local Public Finance.
Optional subjects II: Pricing and competition, Company Management.
Year III: Economic Doctrines, Technical payments and financing of international transactions, Capital markets, Economic and financial analysis, Banking accounting, Financial control and auditing, Financial auditing, Insurance and social protection, Business evaluation, Quality management, International financial relations, Foreign trade technical operations.
Optional subjects: Budgeting and public treasury, Bank management.
- Knowledge, understanding and application of concepts, theories, principles and basic methods of investigation and exploration specific to the economic field;
- Collecting, analyzing and interpreting quantitative and qualitative data and information related to a defined problem;
- Analysis of states and situations and taking responsibilities to solve problems, communicate and demonstrate the results of their activities;
- Capacity to work independently or in teams to solve problems in defined professional contexts;
- Verbal and written communication for work purposes in at least one foreign language.
- Knowledge, understanding and application of concepts, theories and economic and financial methods in analysis and decision making in the areas of public finance, corporate finance, insurance, banking, stock exchanges and related fields.
- Understand and use specialized financial-banking language in written and verbal professional communication within the organization and between organizations, including international framework.
- Use of models, methods, techniques and financial ratios/audit and interpretation of results.
- Ability to use quantitative and qualitative tools specific to the profile in the foundation of projects and programs.