A few words of inspiration:

Successful people ask better questions, and as a result, they
get better answers.

Tony Robbins

All lectures, workshops and seminars are taught in English by the most renowned Polish professors.

The proposed programme of studies may be subject to small changes depending on consultations with scholars specialising in respective subjects and current availability of lecturers.

 

THE STUDY CURRICULUM 

 
Specialization - Management
Specialization - Economics
Specialization - Finance

 

Semester

Name of the course

 

ECTS points Teaching hours
I

Directions of Development of Modern Macroeconomics (prof. R. Rapacki et al.)

2,5 20

Contemporary Economic Theories of the Firm (prof. J. Prokop)

1,5 10
Designing Research in the Field of Economic Sciences (prof. J. Mazur) 1,5 8

Seminar: Introduction to Scientific Work (prof. J. Mazur)

3,5 12

Protection of Intellectual Property - e-learning

0 4
  Obligatory courses

9,0

 

54

 

II

International Economics - research directions 

(prof. A. Budnikowski, prof. E. Czarny, prof. E. Kawecka-Wyrzykowska)

2,5 20

International Management – research directions 

(prof. J. Mazur, prof. T. Gołębiowski, prof. E. Duliniec et al.)

2,5 20

Corporate Finance and International Capital Markets - research directions 

(prof. A. Szyszka, prof. T. Berent, prof. B. Leven)

2,5 20

Seminar: Introduction to Scientific Work (prof. J. Mazur)

2,5 8
TEACHING PRACTICE 1 10
  Obligatory courses 11 68+10
III

Quantitative Research Methods and Statistical Analysis of Quantitative Data 

(prof. E. Frątczak, dr P. Zaborek)

2,5 20

Qualitative Research Methods and Analysis of Qualitative Data 

(prof. E. Frątczak, dr M. Styśko-Kunkowska)

3,0 24
  Specialization seminar - Economics (prof. A. Budnikowski) 1,5 4
  Specialization seminar - Finance (prof. A. Szyszka) 1,5 4
  Specialization seminar - Management (prof. J. Mazur) 1,5 4
  Obligatory courses 6,5 48
IV

Application of Computer Software in Data Analysis 

(prof. E. Frątczak, dr P. Zaborek)*

5 16
Teaching methods* 5 16

Preparing the Scientific Article (prof. J. Mazur)

2 8
Specialization seminar - Economics (prof. A. Budnikowski) 1,5 8
Specialization seminar - Finance (prof. A. Szyszka) 1,5 8
Specialization seminar - Management (prof. J. Mazur) 1,5 8
TEACHING PRACTICE 1 10
 

Obligatory courses                                                                                 

Facultative courses

4,5

5

16+10

16

V Specialization seminar - Economics (prof. A. Budnikowski) 1,5 8
Specialization seminar - Finance (prof. A. Szyszka) 1,5 8
Specialization seminar - Management (prof. J. Mazur) 1,5 8
  Obligatorycourses                                                                                                       1,5 8
  VI Specialization seminar - Economics (prof. A. Budnikowski) 1,5 8
Specialization seminar - Finance (prof. A. Szyszka) 1,5 8
Specialization seminar - Management (prof. J. Mazur) 1,5 8
TEACHING PRACTICE 1 10
  Obligatory courses 2,5 8+10
VII Specialization seminar - Economics (prof. A. Budnikowski) 2,0 8
Specialization seminar - Finance (prof. A. Szyszka) 2,0 8
Specialization seminar - Management (prof. J. Mazur) 2,0 8
  Obligatory courses 2,0 8
VIII Specialization seminar - Economics (prof. A. Budnikowski) 2,0 8
Specialization seminar - Finance (prof. A. Szyszka) 2,0 8
Specialization seminar - Management (prof. J. Mazur) 2,0 8
TEACHING PRACTICE 1 10
  Obligatory courses 3,0 8+10
 

OBLIGATORY COURSES in total

(TEACHING PRACTICE)

FACULTATIVE COURSES

40

4

5

258

40

16

*PhD student must choose one (from two) facultative course

 

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