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Programmes' structure and individual courses

The standard duration of Master's degree programmes is 4 semesters. Typically, the first three semesters are devoted to coursework, while the last semester is a thesis-writing semester. Coursework consists of reading assignments, written assignments, in-class discussions and in-class presentations. During the last semester, students conduct research and write their Master's theses. All courses are taught in English. The language of assigned work, exams and individual consultations, as well as master thesis, is also English.

Courses are divided into two categories: compulsory and optional courses.
Compulsory courses constitute the core of the programme. All of them must be completed in the course of study. In addition, the programme offers optional courses. The number of optional courses taken must be such that the credit requirements for optional courses are fulfilled.
The programme ends with a Final state exam which the student is allowed to take having fulfilled all study requirements. The Master's thesis defence is part of the final exam.

Students must earn at least 120 credits during their course of studies, consisting of credits from all compulsory courses plus credits from optional courses up to the desired number of 120 credits.

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Business Management

1st semester ECTS
Microeconomics 2 4
Presentation skills 5
Management 2 4
Consultancy Project 8
2nd semester
Macroeconomics 2 4
International Management 4
Human Resources Management 8
Corporate Management Systems 8
Strategic Management 4
3rd semester
Specialization Marketing
Diploma Seminar 1 12
International Marketing 5
Marketing in the EU 4
International Trade 4
Corporate Social Responsibility 5
Specialization Management
Diploma Seminar 1 12
Operations Management 8
Business Logistics and Transportation 8
Operations Research and ERP 8
4th semester
Diploma seminar 2 12
Diploma thesis 3

The student chooses one specialization, either Marketing or Management.

Finance

specialization Financial Markets specialization Accounting  
1st semester ECTS
Microeconomics 2 Microeconomics 2 4
Presentation skills Presentation skills 5
  Accounting 8
International Finance and Institutions   4
  Managerial Accounting 8
2nd semester
Macroeconomics 2 Macroeconomics 2 4
  Financial Analysis and Corporate Finance 6
Portfolio Theory   6
  Taxation 6
3rd semester
Diploma Seminar 1 Diploma Seminar 1 12
Financial Investments   6
Security Analysis and Derivatives   6
Structured Products   6
  Auditing 4
4th semester
Diploma seminar 2 Diploma seminar 2 12
Diploma thesis Diploma thesis 3

Student chooses the specialization of Financial Markets or Accounting.

Economics

1st semester ECTS
Microeconomics 2 4
Seminar in Microeconomics 2 5
Presentation skills 5
Public Finance II 8
2nd semester
Macroeconomics 2 4
Seminar in Macroeconomics 5
Econometrics 8
Public Policy Analysis 8
Public Project Design and Evaluation 6
3rd semester
Specialization courses
Diploma Seminar 1 12
International Economics 4
Transformation of the Czech Economy 4
Industrial Organisation 4
Transport Economics 5
4th semester
Diploma seminar 2 12
Diploma thesis 3

Public Economics and Administration

1st semester ECTS
Microeconomics 2 4
Seminar in Microeconomics 2 5
Presentation skills 5
Public Finance II 8
2nd semester
Macroeconomics 2 4
Econometrics 8
Public Policy Analysis 8
Public Project Design and Evaluation 6
Communication and Managerial Skills Training 4
3rd semester
Specialization courses
Diploma Seminar 1 12
Labour Markets and Socioeconomics Inequalities 5
Selected Issues of Public Sector 4
4th semester
Diploma seminar 2 12
Diploma thesis 3