38.03.01 Economics

Students who major in Economics acquire the knowledge and economic thinking necessary to make responsible decisions in specific professional situations. Special attention is paid to the development of skills and competences to deal with varying business cultures, and to the study of global financial markets.
Level of education:
Bachelor’s degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Place of training:
Moscow
Entrance examination:
— Mathematics (major)
— Russian language
— Social science
Profiles and specializations:
Finance and business management
While the digital age presents ample opportunities for business growth, no successful business is possible without rational management of financial resources. The educational program is aimed at training qualified and competitive managers with a deep understanding of all corporate financial processes and with specialized accounting and financial management skills. The Finance and Business Management program helps students to develop key digital competences, such as efficient use of accounting and financial software, e-document management, network technologies, multimedia and data visualization.
The program’s competitive advantage lies in the breadth of practical skills it imparts, which removes problems with future employment. Its alumni are versatile specialists who will always be in demand and be able to work with the economic, analytical and financial services of government and local authorities, banks, insurance companies, commercial and manufacturing enterprises, or to start their own business.
Professions that a graduate can choose
  • financial analyst
  • business analyst
  • financial advisor
  • business consultant
  • internal auditor
  • auditor
  • risk manager (underwriter)
  • financial monitoring specialist
  • IFRS expert
Specialized disciplines
  • Microeconomics
  • Macroeconomics
  • Enterprise economics
  • Legal forms of enterprises and organizations
  • Corporate taxation
  • Economic and financial analysis
  • Financial accounting and reporting
  • Financial due diligence study of an enterprise
  • Enterprise pricing
  • Asset and capital management
  • Investment activity of an organization
  • Enterprise valuation and value management
  • Financial strategies of an organization
  • External and internal financial supervision
  • Techniques of interaction with crediting organizations
  • International financial reporting standards
  • Business risks of an organization and business insurance
  • E-document management
  • Practical 1C accounting and analysis training
  • Automation of business processes
Graduating department:
Department of Economics and Innovative Entrepreneurship