This study program aims at forming specialists capable of identifying the opportunities of the economic moment, the regional development potential, and of participating to the decision-making process from a financial perspective on a public and private level.
The professional skills that graduates will obtain after gaining their Bachelor’s degree are:
Correctly using concepts, theories, methods and instruments of financial nature in the private and public entities/organizations
Collecting, analysing and interpreting data and information regarding economic-financial problems
Achieving works of an economic-financial nature on the level of private and public entities/organizations
Executing operations and financial transactions specific to private and public entities/organizations
Implementing plans and budgets on the level of private and public entities/organizations
Applying financial decisions within private and public entities/organizations
The subjects from the curriculum are covered by courses and books that include the topics from the subject’s file. Some of the subjects studied within this program are: Insurance and social protection, Currency, Financial accounting, Operations of credit institutions, International financial institutions, Bank accounting, Economic-financial analysis.
The study curriculum includes stages of specializing practice during the second year of study, 3 weeks, and summing 90 hours at the end of the second semester.
Possible carrier paths:
Expert accountant trainee;
Bank economist, bank manager;
Manager client/bank relations/society leasing;
Banking analyst/society leasing;
Bank officer (credits, marketing, goods and banking services)
Compensation agent (interbank);
Registration for the admission contest is solely based on the undergraduate diploma and on the requirements established by the university’s senate on the base of its own rules.