Magistracy

Speciality Code:

7M04127

Speciality Name:

Finance

Faculty:

High School of Economics and Business

  • Model of graduating student
  • Mandatory disciplines
  • Elective disciplines
  • Professional
Upon completion of this educational program, students are expected to be able to:
1. Formulate a scientific theory in the modern scientific framework of financial directions;
2. Create and analyze financial market trends, processes and instruments;
3. Create and analyze modern scientific knowledge in the field of finances;
4. Manage financial and economic units in state, regional and local government, companies and financial institutions;
5. Formulate promising trends in the development of pedagogical and methodical science, to apply innovative and interactive technologies and methods of teaching in financial disciplines in higher education;
6. Develop business plans for the creation and development of new organizations (activities, products), assess the economic and social conditions of business, develop corporate strategies, plan and implement activities aimed at their implementation;
7. Find technological solutions to scientific problems;
8. Apply the methodology and terminology peculiar to financial and economic sciences, understanding of the system interrelations operating in them;
9. Form knowledge in the field of economic sciences, the ability to study, summarize, disseminate and apply the experience of highly qualified financial specialists;
10. Form knowledge of regulatory and legal documents in the field of Economics, Finance, regulatory and instructional documentation, skills and abilities to develop current documentation;
11. Apply knowledge in the field of innovation, skills and abilities to restructure professional activity, to implement author’s innovative ideas, to find non-standard and alternative solutions, to be able to generate new ideas, to critical thinking;
12. Apply methods of communication in society.
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