Faculty of Management and Economics

Economics and Management

Educational goals

The main goal of the degree program Economics and Management is to prepare students both A) for their practice in the private, public and non-profit sectors in lower and middle management positions, with the ability to make independent decisions, apply a systematic and creative approach to problem-solving and choose the appropriate method of adaptation to systemic changes and global trends, and B) for subsequent Master's studies in the field or related relatives.

Connection to other degree programmes

The bachelor's degree program Economics and Management is followed by the master's degree program Management and Marketing, Business Administration and Entrepreneurship, Finance.

Admission requirements

The condition for admission is the successful completion of the entrance exam. The entrance exam is in written form. The applicant will deliver a written essay in English on a selected topic through an electronic application and within the deadline published in the conditions for the admission procedure. The scope of the essay is set at 2,500 - 3,000 words. The essay is evaluated by members of the admissions committee.

Additional information about admission procedure

Graduate profile

The graduate of the degree program Economics and Management can solve problems in the economic and managerial issues of corporate and public administration units, including their basic financial and accounting activities. The BSP graduate is thus qualified for suitable employment in lower and middle managerial and economic positions in both the corporate sphere and public administration, for example, in the roles of an economist, analyst, project manager, accountant or financial consultant. The graduate is also ready to study in a Master's degree program. The degree program Economics and Management equips graduates with basic knowledge of key economic subjects and their interrelationships to understand management, marketing, business activities, processes, financial and accounting issues, methods, tools and technologies applied in business management. They will be able to define and analyze problems in management and economics and propose their primary direction of a solution.

Expected career prospects

The graduate will be competent for practical application in lower and middle managerial and economic positions in industrial enterprises, commercial or financial companies, as well as public and state administration or non-profit organizations. Requirements for graduates were consulted with representatives of practice and reflect the results of an extensive survey among companies and other institutions, which from the perspective of the Economics and Management program, are expected to be applied as follows: a) on the positions in the private sector, in professions such as business economist, financial manager, analyst, purchasing or sales manager, accountant, economic consultant, consultant, project manager, working in industrial enterprises, commercial companies, or financial institutions such as banks and insurance companies. b) the establishment and development of a business entity and its management in any sector of the business environment.


Year of validity: 2023

Compulsory Courses

In order to be able to continue his/her studies in the third year of the Bachelor's Programme (hereinafter referred to as "BP"), at least 85% of the credits from the compulsory courses for the first and second year of study must be obtained following the current curricula for the respective degree programmes. The amount of credits required for moving to the third year of the BP is rounded down to whole credits and is published in the Dean's Decision for the relevant academic year.

Year of studySemesterNameType of terminationNumber of credits
1ZSMathematics E1Examination5
1ZSMicroeconomics IExamination6
1ZSManagement 1Examination5
1ZSInformation Technologies for EconomistsClassified course credit (exam)3
1LSMathematics E2Examination5
1LSMacroeconomics IExamination6
1LSBasics of Project ManagementClassified course credit (exam)3
1LSBusiness Economics 1Examination5
1LSApplied Statistics 1Examination5
1LSComputerized Data ProcessingClassified course credit (exam)3
2ZSFinancial MarketsClassified course credit (exam)3
2ZSFinancial Accounting 1Examination5
2ZSMarketing 1Examination5
2ZSBusiness Economics 2Examination6
2ZSApplied Statistics 2Examination5
2LSManagerial Psychology and SociologyExamination4
2LSMarketing 2Examination5
2LSManagement AccountingExamination6
2LSProduct ManagementExamination4
3ZSBanking and Insurance 1Examination5
3ZSCorporate Finance 1Examination6
3ZSBachelor Thesis SeminarCourse credit2
3ZSProduction Organisation and ManagementExamination5
3ZSBasics of Quantitative MethodsClassified course credit (exam)3
3LSHuman Resource Management 1Examination4
3LSExpert Discussion: Bachelor´s Final ExaminationFinal state exam0
3LSBachelor´s Thesis Preparation and Work PlacementCourse credit10
3LSLaw for Economists 1Examination5

Compulsory Foreign Language Courses

In the first year of the BP, the student chooses one language (English or German) to study for the following 4 semesters.

Year of studySemesterNameType of terminationNumber of credits
1ZSEnglish LanguageClassified course credit (exam)4
1ZSGerman for BusinessClassified course credit (exam)4
1LSEnglish LanguageExamination4
1LSGerman for BusinessExamination4
2ZSEnglish LanguageClassified course credit (exam)4
2ZSGerman for BusinessClassified course credit (exam)4
2LSEnglish LanguageExamination4
2LSGerman for BusinessExamination4

Optional Courses

A student chooses from the offer of COMPULSORILY OPTIONAL SUBJECTS group 1 - subjects for minimum of 22 credit.

Year of studySemesterNameType of terminationNumber of credits
1LSEnglish for BusinessCourse credit3
1LSE - CommerceClassified course credit (exam)3
1LSBata´s Management SystemClassified course credit (exam)3
2ZSEnglish for BusinessClassified course credit (exam)3
2ZSInternational economic environmentClassified course credit (exam)3
2ZSManagerial Skills and TechniquesClassified course credit (exam)3
2ZSIntroduction to Systems StudiesExamination4
2LSEnglish for BusinessExamination3
2LSHistory of Economic ThoughtExamination3
2LSRegional Policy and Cohesion Policy of the EUExamination4
3ZSGerman Conversation 1Course credit3
3ZSAdvanced Marketing and ManagementClassified course credit (exam)3
3ZSPrinciples of Business Information SystemsClassified course credit (exam)3
3LSManagement InnovationClassified course credit (exam)3
3LSCommercial CorrespondenceClassified course credit (exam)3

Sport Activity - Compulsory Courses

Student musí splnit 4 sportovní aktivity dle vlastní volby za 1. a 2. ročníku BSP studia, každý semestr jednu sportovní aktivitu. Ze 4 sportovních aktivit musí být jedno povinné plavání.

Year of studySemesterNameType of terminationNumber of credits
Sports Activity - AerobicsCourse credit1
Sports Activity - American footballCourse credit1
Sports Activity - AikidoCourse credit1
Sports Activity - BasketballCourse credit1
Sports Activity - BadmintonCourse credit1
Sports Activity - BoxingCourse credit1
Sports Activity - CyclingCourse credit1
Sports Activity - FloorballCourse credit1
Sports Activity - footballCourse credit1
Sports Activity - GolfCourse credit1
Sports Activity - (Mountain) ClimbingCourse credit1
Sports Activity - Indoor CyclingCourse credit1
Sports Activity - Roller SkatingCourse credit1
Sports Activity - KendoCourse credit1
Skiing and Snowboarding AbroadCourse credit1
Sport Activities - Strength Training and FitnessCourse credit1
Sports Activity - SwimmingCourse credit1
Sports Activity - Self-defenceCourse credit1
Sports Activity - Indoor SoccerCourse credit1
Sports Activity - SquashCourse credit1
TableTennisCourse credit1
Sports Activity - TennisCourse credit1
Sports Activity - Tai Chi ChuanCourse credit1
Sports Activity - Tourist CourseCourse credit1
Sports Activity - TaekwondoCourse credit1
Sports Activity - Canoeing CourseCourse credit1
Sports Activity - VolleyballCourse credit1
Sports Activity - Health-related PT/PECourse credit1
LSSports Activity - Summer CourseCourse credit1