Bachelor`s Degree in Economics

 

Programme: Bachelor`s in Economics

Duration: 4 years

Credits: 240

Mode of study: full-time

Language of instruction: English, Azeri or Russian

The Bachelor`s Degree in Economics is a full-time multidisciplinary Programme that focuses on the systematic study of the production, conservation and allocation of resources in conditions of shortage, together with the organizational frameworks related to these processes. The Programme includes instruction in economic theory, micro- and macroeconomics, world economy and economy of Azerbaijan, finance and audit, banking and management. The aim of the undergraduate program in Economics is to familiarise students with the economic aspects of modern society and with techniques for the analysis of contemporary economic problems.

Students will develop analytical and mathematical skills and learn thinking critically. Emphasis is placed on solving financial and monetary problems.

Students must undergo a pre-graduation internship and defend a graduation thesis in order to receive a degree.

Upon the successful completion of the programme, graduates can pursue their career in international companies, financial institutions, banks, insurance companies, insurance and accountancy firms, etc.

Programme Structure:

Humanities and social courses:

- History of Azerbaijan;

- Foreign Language;

- Azerbaijani Language and Speech Culture;

- Philosophy;

- Political Science;

- Psychology;

- Cultural Science;

- Sociology;

- Constitution of Azerbaijan and Fundamentals of Law;

- Ethics;

Core courses:

- Introduction to Economics;

- Microeconomics;

- Macroeconomics;

- Linear Algebra and Mathematical Analysis;

- Econometrics;

- World economy;

- Economy of Azerbaijan;

- Statistics;

- Accounting;

- Audit;

- Finance;

- Banking;

- Taxes and Taxation;

- Management;

- Marketing;

- Human Recourses Management;

- Economic Informatics;

- Information Technology;

- Business Correspondence;

- Environmental Economics;

- Economics of Public/Social Sphere;

- Business Economics;

- Agricultural Economics;

- Price and Pricing;

- Economic Law;

- Economy Regulation;

- History of Economic Thought;

- Civil Defence;

Selective Courses:

- National Economy;

- Financial Management;

- Project Management;

- Business English;

- Privatisation;

- Strategic Management;

- Entrepreneurship;

- Business Plan;

- Natural Resources Management;

- Financial markets;

- Insurance;

- Transnational Corporations;

- Budgetary System;

- International Markets and Banks;

- Securities;

- Mathematical Logic;

- Corporate Finance;

- Logistics;

- Money, Credits and Banks;

- Ecology;