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(in Polish) Rachunkowość i zarządzanie finansami, niestacjonarne drugiego stopnia (WZKS-0203-2NO)

(in Polish: Rachunkowość i zarządzanie finansami, niestacjonarne drugiego stopnia)
full-time, 2 years
Language: Polish

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) Magisterium na rachunkowości i zarządzaniu finansami

Access to further studies:

education in doctoral school, postgraduate programmes

Professional status:

Graduates have received a comprehensive education in economics and the management of financial, human, and material resources, covering an extended range of subjects and topics in comparison with the first-cycle programme of study. They have been trained how to apply advanced analytical methods to examine economic phenomena and processes, and how to devise models for the development of such processes on the micro- and macroeconomic scales under the conditions of an economy open to international competition. Graduates are expected to be able to design projects, provide consultancy services, and make rational decisions relating to the acquisition and utilisation of resources by private and public companies at home and abroad. This programme provides a training which prepares its graduates for employment in diverse sectors and segments of the European market, and for self-employed commercial activities. Graduates also hold the qualifications required to apply for admission to a third-cycle (doctoral) programme of study.

Access requirements

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An average grade for first-cycle programmes.

Teaching standards

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Graduates who complete the programme of study have acquired the learning outcomes specified in Resolution No. 34/III/2012 adopted by the Senate of the Jagiellonian University on 28th March 2012 on the introduction of learning outcomes for particular fields of study conducted at the Jagiellonian University as of the 2012/2013 academic year, with later amendments. Graduates hold the following qualifications as regards knowledge, skills, and social competences: KNOWLEDGE An in-depth knowledge of the fundamental theories of economics relating to operations on the domestic and international market. Appreciation of the mutual relations between the main types of economic systems and the principles of management in conditions of limited resources. Knowledge on the evolution of the economic sciences with reference to the operations of institutions, commercial entities, and other participants in economic affairs. An in-depth knowledge of relations between commercial entities, and between commercial entities and other social institutions in their environment on the domestic and international scale. An in-depth knowledge of the law, norms and standards applicable to particular areas of the economy, and of the behaviour typical for domestic households. An in-depth knowledge of selected quantitative tools used in the description of various areas of the economy, in the examination of such operations, and the forecasting of future developments. Appreciation of the significance of human resources in the operations of a business enterprise. The knowledge needed to run a commercial business, including the laws, norms, standards, and fundamental methods and quantitative tools applied to assist business activities. An in-depth knowledge of the specifics and operations of transnational corporations, their significance in the economy now, and their impact on other entities in the world and domestic economies. An in-depth knowledge of book-keeping and accounting, financial reports and analysis, and the financial management of businesses. Knowledge of microeconomic, macroeconomic, and international transformations processes; of selected EU provisions and recommendations regulating the operations of business entities on the common market. An in-depth knowledge of the operations of international financial markets. Knowledge of the basic theories and processes leading to the emergence of a global economy, the principles determining its operations, and the tasks of entities operating within its framework. Knowledge of selected methods and systems used to assist decision-making in conditions of risk and uncertainty; ability to identify the typical development stages of crisis situations; knowledge of their most typical preventive measures. Knowledge and appreciation of the fundamental concepts and principles for the protection of industrial property and copyright, and of the need for intellectual resources management. SKILLS Ability to analyse complex economic phenomena and identify selected cause-and-effect relations between them. Ability to observe and describe economic processes, and to formulate his/her own judgements and assessments of the relations between them. Ability to apply advanced specialist knowledge in a selected field of the economic sciences or related disciplines associated with his/her specialisation in his/her professional and/or specialised academic activities. Ability to collect statistical data relating to selected economic processes and to analyse them within a defined scope. Ability to apply selected advanced tools and techniques used in the economic sciences to understand and interpret economic phenomena. Ability to define, describe, and interpret the causes of selected economic processes. Ability to forecast the emergence of selected simple and complex processes associated with the economic sciences. Knowledge of and ability to apply the law, norms and standards applicable to the economic sciences, and to make use of their provisions for the resolution of selected economic problems. Ability to compile scenarios for potential economic events and developments, and put forward rational solutions to them from the aspect of the economy, and the operations of particular markets, business entities etc. associated with his/her specialisation. Ability to conduct a financial analysis of a given business, and/or an in-depth analysis of a selected area in its operations. Ability to deliver a written and oral presentation showing his/her knowledge of the economic sciences. Ability to analyse a scientific publication on a subject relating to the economic sciences. Ability to conduct and write up research, especially for the compilation of his/her diploma dissertation; ability to formulate research aims, hypotheses, and, and problems, collect and analyse data and documents, and draw conclusions. Ability to compile typical written papers on Economics in a foreign language, using the specialist terminology at least at the intermediate level of linguistic proficiency; SOCIAL COMPETENCES Appreciation of the need for continuing professional development and for inspiring others to enhance their knowledge and professional skills. A capacity for teamwork, performing a variety of tasks and duties in the team. Ability to conduct a realistic assessment of the efficiency and success of the work or project he/she is carrying out. Ability to contribute to the preparation and carrying out of a variety of projects; appreciation of the effects of his/her decisions. Ability to enhance his/her knowledge and skills, especially interdisciplinary knowledge, in an independent and critical manner, managing his/her competences rationally and efficiently. An open attitude to the enhancement of his/her professional qualifications on an independent basis. Ability to think and act in an enterprising manner.

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