Bachelor`s Degree in Finance

Programme: Bachelor`s in Finance

Duration: 4 years

Credits: 240

Mode of study: full-time

Language of instruction: English, Azeri or Russian

The Bachelor`s Degree in Finance is a full-time multidisciplinary Programme that introduces students to the financial analysis and the problems of financial management. Students will acquire a combination of technical and theoretical knowledge, including the basic skills they need to enter the careers in financial sphere. Statistics, economics and mathematics are also covered, since they are essential to the understanding of finance. Special focus is made on foreign languages learning.

The programme will cover the major subfields of Finance, including accounting, auditing, banking and taxation, budget, treasury accounting, financial markets, investments, etc. This will help students to learn deep analytical skills that are crucial to the development of their academic and professional careers.

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 national and international companies operating in financial markets, economic intervention agencies, banks, consulting firms, insurance firms, corporations, 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 Fundamental of Law;

- Ethics;

Selective Courses:

- Introduction to Economics;

- Microeconomics;

- Macroeconomics;

- Linear Algebra and Mathematical Analysis;

- Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics;

- Econometrics;

- World Economy;

- Economy of Azerbaijan;

- Statistics;

- Accounting;

- Audit;

- Management;

- Marketing;

- Human Resources management;

- Economic Informatics;

- Information Technology;

- Environmental Economics;

- Business Correspondence;

- Economy Regulation;

- Finance;

- Banking;

- Taxes and Taxation;

- Insurance;

- Budget and Treasury Accounting;

- Financial Markets;

- Civil Defence;

Selective Courses:

- Business English;

- Privatisation;

- Strategic Management;

- Bank Management;

- Logistics;

- Price-formation;

- Allocation of Productive Resources;

- Corporate Governance;

- Business Plan;

- Transnational Corporations;

- International Markets;

- Social and Economic Development Forecast;

- Mathematical Logic;

- Financial-credit Systems of Foreign Countries;

- International Finance, Monetary and Credit Relations;

- Entrepreneurial activity;

- Project Management;

- Investment Management;