Degree programme objectives

The study programme Finance and Law is an inter-faculty study taught by the Faculty of Economics and Administration MU in cooperation with the Faculty of Law MU which deepens knowledge of economics, finance and law. The emphasis is put on mastering basic issues of the legal system and selected issues in financial and business law, especially regarding finance, accounting and taxes. The aim of the study is to master the specifics of corporate finance, accounting, financial markets, company administration, banking and insurance according to the legal rules in these fields. Optional courses enable students to deepen their knowledge of mathematics, statistics, informatics, and financial development.

Graduates are specialists in economics, management, financial and capital market business, property administration, banking, insurance, corporate finance, accounting and international finance. They are competent to handle solving problems in financial and business law including market regulation. They have the prerequisites for working in economic, financial and legal departments of corporations and financial institutions, as well as in public administration, in the middle- and higher-level management. After completing the Bachelor’s degree study programme, it is possible to continue further studies in Master’s degree programme Finance at the Faculty of Economics and Administration.

The study programme Finance and Law is suitable especially for students who want to gain knowledge and specialized skills within multi-branch combination of economics, finance and law and in the future to be employed in this field, which is nowadays highly-demanded on the labour market.

Study plans

Studies

  • Objectives

    The study programme Finance and Law is an inter-faculty study taught by the Faculty of Economics and Administration MU in cooperation with the Faculty of Law MU which deepens knowledge of economics, finance and law. The emphasis is put on mastering basic issues of the legal system and selected issues in financial and business law, especially regarding finance, accounting and taxes. The aim of the study is to master the specifics of corporate finance, accounting, financial markets, company administration, banking and insurance according to the legal rules in these fields. Optional courses enable students to deepen their knowledge of mathematics, statistics, informatics, and financial development.

    Graduates are specialists in economics, management, financial and capital market business, property administration, banking, insurance, corporate finance, accounting and international finance. They are competent to handle solving problems in financial and business law including market regulation. They have the prerequisites for working in economic, financial and legal departments of corporations and financial institutions, as well as in public administration, in the middle- and higher-level management. After completing the Bachelor’s degree study programme, it is possible to continue further studies in Master’s degree programme Finance at the Faculty of Economics and Administration.

    The study programme Finance and Law is suitable especially for students who want to gain knowledge and specialized skills within multi-branch combination of economics, finance and law and in the future to be employed in this field, which is nowadays highly-demanded on the labour market.

  • Learning Outcomes

    After successfully completing his/her studies the graduate is able to:

    • understand basic principles of private finance, corporate finance, and international finance, including their legislation
    • understand the functioning, organization, and latest trends on the financial markets and their legal regulation
    • analyse economic problems and propose procedures for assessing the impact of accounting and financial solutions for profit including the application of accounting legislation
    • apply business, financial, and administrative legislation to solve decision-making situations and administrative procedures and practices
    • explain the functions and services of commercial banks and insurance companies and analyse the banking and insurance systems including legislation and regulation
  • Occupational Profiles of Graduates

    Graduates will have the prerequisites for working in economic, financial, and legal departments of corporations and financial institutions and insurance companies, as well as in public administration.

  • Practical Training

    Practical training is not an obligatory part of the study plan. Students may attend a voluntary course of practical training.

  • Goals of Theses

    The standard length of the Bachelor’s thesis should be between 35 and 45 pages. Instructions for its processing are contained in the ESF Directive N. 9/2017 and other information can be found in the ESF Student Manual which is available on http://www.econ.muni.cz/zaverecna-prace.

    In the Bachelor’s Thesis course students are supposed to choose a topic of their Bachelor’s thesis and together with the thesis supervisor to prepare its official assignment including thesis goal, procedure, applied methods and basic professional literature. The Bachelor’s thesis should prove student’s abilities to work with relevant professional and law literature (including appropriate judicature) and to use these sources for solving of the chosen research problem. It is anticipated to formulate own suggestions and recommendations for the solution the assigned problem. Students can use already published texts and data available for the secondary analysis.

  • Access to Further Studies

    After completing the Bachelor’s degree study programme, it is possible to continue further studies in any Master’s degree programme (after satisfying the admission requirements) at the Faculty of Economics and Administration.

  • Additional Information

Basic information

Type
Bachelor's degree programme
Profile
academic
Degree
Bc.
Length of studies
3 years
Language of instruction
Czech Czech

106
number of active students
34
number of theses/dissertations

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