study programme

Quantitative Methods in Economics

Original title in Czech: Kvantitativní metody v ekonomiceFPAbbreviation: BAK-KMEAcad. year: 2017/2018Level of course unit: Bachelor's

Title awarded: Bc.

Level of qualification: Bachelor's (1st cycle)

Qualification awarded: Bc. in the field "Quantitative Methods in Economics"

Specific admission requirements

Prior to admission the successful candidates must have completed the secondary education by school-leaving exam and pass successfully the admission exam as well.

Profile of the programme

Professionally oriented.
The aim of the study programme is to prepare economically oriented professionals with broad mathematical knowledge linked with the knowledge of informatics. The existence of such a structured field is required by an increasing need of solving complex economic tasks with exact mathematical tools using modern computer technology, as it is desired to fulfill the main requirements of dynamic knowledge-based economy.

Key learning outcomes

Professional skills of a graduate are based on a sufficiently deep mastery of economic theory supported by high-quality mathematics education and knowledge of informatics. Graduate of this programme also disposes of ability to develop these skills in the trends of further development of economic disciplines and is equipped with a wealth of knowledge to deal with new non-standard tasks in economic analysis and economic decision-making at an advanced level effectively.

Access to further studies

The graduates may continue in a master's study programme.

Examination regulations, assessment and grading

Graduation requirements

bachelor's thesis, final state examination

Mode of study

full-time study

Programme supervisor

ECTS departmental co-ordinator

Branches (course structure diagrams with ECTS credits)

Year Branch Course structure diagram with credits
no. Abbr. Title (specialisation) Com. Opt. Tot.
1BAK-MMEMathematical Methods in Economics60060
2BAK-MMEMathematical Methods in Economics54660
3BAK-MMEMathematical Methods in Economics55560