Welcome to the Department of Economics and Management at the Faculty of Business and Administration (FBA). Our goal is to develop economists and business people ready to face the challenges of a dynamic environment. By having academic staff that comes from different academic and industry backgrounds, we can pursue teaching which is theoretical and practical at the same time. As a small department, we offer an environment where through direct and personal contact with our staff students have an opportunity to further be guided, gain knowledge, develop skills, and pursue their ideas.

That is why our curriculum is constantly evolving to meet the changing demands in the environment With our three divisions, Economics, Management, and International Business and Finance, we promote interdisciplinary education, particularly among economics, business, and social sciences. In that way, we offer programs at all three cycles:

Master Ph.D.
Economics Economics Economics
Management Business and Administration (MBA) Management
International Business and Finance International Business  

Note. For detail information about our master and Ph.D. programs please visit the web sections of relevant   programs.

At the undergraduate level, the structure for each program is as follows:

Courses at Number of Courses ECTS
University level 12 60
Department level 11 66
Program level (core) 10 60
Program level (electives) 6 36
Free electives 3 18
Total 42 240

Upon the completion of undergraduate education, our students are equipped to:

  • Demonstrate and apply knowledge to integrate the concepts of the core areas of economics, business, and finance subjects.
  • Discuss the ethical, legal, and social obligations and responsibilities of individuals, businesses, government, and society.
  • Conduct methodological research regarding economics, business, and/or finance that requires familiarity with a range of data, research sources, and appropriate methodologies.
  • Communicate effectively in English by using both written and oral communications and appropriate technologies.
  • Utilize the necessary skills to work independently and in a team environment.
  • Recognize importance for lifelong learning.

During their studies, students are provided with opportunities to take part in exchange programs abroad provided by our International Relations Office. Besides, the students can start their professional development by visiting the Students and Career Center which is here to help connect students with opportunities, from internships to full-time employment and provide guidance throughout the cycles of your career.

Welcome aboard!