38.03.01 Economics

This area of instruction is intended for those interested in enterprise economics and management with a view to enhancing its efficiency, innovative transformation, and continued sustainable and competitive development. Students explore the conduct of economic players, their inputs and outputs, functioning markets, financial and information flows, and production processes.
Level of education:
Bachelor’s degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Venue of training:
Entrance exams:
— Mathematics (major)
— Russian language
— Social science
Programs, specializations:
Economics of enterprises and organizations
This educational program is designed for those interested in the economics of enterprises and organizations, and the functioning of major constituents of a country’s economic system and complex. It is one of the most practice-oriented baccalaureate programs, as it offers a very wide range of practically applicable knowledge and skills. Students explore the organization, financial management and running of enterprises with any form of ownership, learn the skills of enterprise system analysis, go into the details of business planning, business logistics, project management, investment and innovation.
Alumni can be employed as
  • economist
  • financial analyst
  • business consultant and business planner
  • bank employee
  • chief financial officer
  • development director
  • manager
Program subjects
  • Enterprise economics
  • Finance
  • Techniques of enterprise system analysis
  • Fundamentals of auditing
  • Enterprise- and organization-level accounting and inspection
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Investment
  • Project management
  • Business planning
  • Business logistics
  • Business risk management
  • Pricing
Graduating department:
Business Techniques and Management Department