MA – International Business Economics study program prepares students to understand organizational and managerial functional processes in corporations and other organizations. Students will acquire knowledge of microeconomics, macroeconomics, tax, and financial aspects of the market.
In accordance with the core knowledge of the field of study, the aims of the educational process are to educate a graduate who is able to think economically, analyse the business environment in the context of the region, but also taking into account the links to, material and personnel resources entrusted or acquired for profit.
Topics of MA International Business Economics:
In the first year of study, the student concentrates on consolidating knowledge in the field of national economic studies, on the basis of which European consumer policy and international trade policy are elaborated in more detail. The student deals with the problems of corporate management of an internationally active enterprise and examines in detail the financial and marketing aspects of international business. The two-year study program will provide an in-depth look at managing company finances which requires complex interplay between corporate finance, financial analysis, and investment, controlling, accounting, and others.
In the last year of study, the graduate profile completes the following skills:
- ability to interconnect theory with practice in master thesis, acquiring complementary language skills, working with scientific texts, and developing scientific procedures.