38.04.01 Economics

This Master’s program will interest those who plan to engage in corporate economics and finance. It is one of the most practice-oriented master’s programs, as it offers a wide range of practically applicable knowledge and skills. Students explore the financial environment of entrepreneurship, ways to organize an enterprise’s economics, business analysis and business intelligence, innovative business management, risk management, business insurance, along with theory and practice of project management.
Level of education:
Master’s degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Venue of training:
Entrance exams:
— Theory of management, economics and law
Programs, specializations:
Corporate Economics and Finance
Students receive theoretical grounding and practical training in corporate economics and finance. The training is aimed at forming professional competencies in advanced economic, managerial and financial techniques to organize and run the business of a corporate entity. The curriculum is built around cutting-edge achievements of modern economic science and practice and is adapted to potential employers’ needs.
Alumni can be employed as
  • consulting company expert/chief
  • corporate CEO
  • financial director / CFO
  • development director
  • corporate project management and knowledge management manager
Program subjects
  • Corporate finance
  • Cognitive economics
  • Financial business environment and business risks
  • National economy
  • Organization of an enterprise’s economics and operation
  • Project management theory and practice
  • Business analysis and business intelligence
  • Innovation business management
Graduating department:
Business Techniques and Management Department