Study offer for second-cycle students (master's degree)

Second-cycle studies at the University of Economics last 4 semesters. The course in Logistics (3 semesters) for candidates with the title of engineer or master, which lasts 3 semesters, is an exception. Students apply for admission to Logistics (3 semesters) in the winter semester, and the classes commence in the summer semester. Once students complete their second-cycle studies at the University of Economics in Katowice, they are awarded the title of master (magister). Our offer provides a possibility to choose a specialization, which is an advantage.

Students of the Economic Analytics course will acquire the ability to diagnose a social and economic situation for various entities, interpret results of various economic analyzes, and take important economic decisions and foresee their consequences thanks to appropriate business forecasts. The course is conducted in Polish.

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This is a general academic course.

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The course in Economics provides education to high-class specialists in the field of human, physical and financial resources management who are well prepared to take reasonable economic decisions. Attractive educational programs factor in changes in the economic reality in the region, country and modern world. Hence, they answer the current needs on the labor market. The course is conducted in Polish.

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The course in Economy and Public Management is intended for persons who would like to develop their professional career in public and social organizations in the future. This course allows to develop skills of identifying relations between the placement of social units and groups, as well as action undertaken by public and social entities. The course is conducted in Polish.

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The aim of the practically-oriented Entrepreneurship and Finance course is to transfer knowledge in the field of carrying out business activities and to develop skills necessary to run a company. Students will learn about the aspects of management, finance, accounting, taxes, economic analysis, market analysis, information technology and international business. A characteristic feature of this course is the shaping of an entrepreneurial attitude including, in particular, the management of persons, risk-preparedness, creativity and use of potential market opportunities. The course is conducted in Polish.

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Attending the course in Finance and Accounting allows students to gain comprehensive knowledge and practical skills in respect of finance and accounting, enterprises and banks, insurers and other financial institutions, the functioning of financial markets and the use of its instruments. We teach our students how to prepare financial information and analyze them, how to evaluate risk, take right financial decisions, find optimal solutions under various economic conditions. The course is conducted in Polish. There is one exeption conducted fully in English --> specialization Finance and Accounting for Business.

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Students of the Finance and Management in Health Care course will have a chance to learn about aspects of finance and management relating to the essence, correctness and problems connected with the functioning of enterprises and public institutions with a consideration given to the nature of a health care sector, social policy and public health. They will learn how to analyze and evaluate economic phenomena and economic and financial situation of economic units and other entities providing health care services. The course is conducted in Polish.

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The course in Informatics prepares experts sought for on the labor market, who can use the latest technological developments in informatics and integrate knowledge from various areas. The studies are practically-oriented. During the course, students will learn about the mathematical and IT methods and tools. The knowledge of informatics, especially the theory of databases and data warehouses, designing and programing applications, as well as analysing and processing of large data sets, allow to take up employment in any type of organization, including in particular enterprises operating on the fast growing IT market. The course is conducted in Polish.

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Students of the Informatics and Econometrics course will learn about mathematical, statistical and econometric methods and tools necessary for taking sound business decisions. The knowledge of business informatics, especially designing, programing and implementing IT systems and administering computer networks, facilitates employment in all sorts of organizations, such as production and service-oriented enterprises, health care institutions, consulting offices, non-governmental organizations. In addition to digital literacy, students will also gain a basic knowledge of economics, management and finance, understood in a broader sense, which allow them to be successful in business circles. The course is conducted in Polish.

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International Economic Relations is a course, which answer the current needs for conducting business activity in nearly every area of economy. Poland’s integration processes with the European Union and the whole global economy (among others with the USA, China, African countries) and the acceleration of internationalization caused by a digital revolution and ubiquity of new information and communication technologies lead to a growing need for professionals who can act effectively under such conditions and take advantage of the emerging opportunities. It pertains both to the activity carried out on the foreign markets and the domestic market, on which the growing number of competitive and international companies operate. The course is conducted in Polish.

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Graduates of the Journalism and Social Communication course are prepared to work in the media sector, to cooperate with on-line portals, and to pursue occupations related to social communication, understood in a broader sense. Graduates will also possess a basic knowledge of economics. They will have advanced language skills, practice in using various e-communication tools and skills necessary to function in information society. The course is conducted in Polish.

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The course in Logistics allows students to gain knowledge in the field of the design and functioning of modern logistics systems, basics of economic sciences, management sciences, as well as managerial skills. Graduates of this course will have knowledge and skills as regards curing of the problems with management practices in economic organizations, public administration organizations and social non-profit organizations, whose activities relate to the TSL sector. The course is conducted in Polish.

Students may apply for admission to Logistics (3 semesters) in the winter semester only; and the studies commence in the summer semester.

There are no specializations within this course.

This is a general academic course.

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The course in Logistics in business is intended for persons who want to learn how to direct the flow of information, financial resources, human and material resources and customer service in terms of logistics, and also how to organize operational activities and facilitate the management of logistics in the functional areas of an enterprise. Students of this course will gain knowledge of the functioning of modern logistics systems and the basics of economic sciences, organization and management. The course is conducted in Polish.

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The course in Management prepares students to work as experts in organization and management, mid- and high-level managers, counsellors and consultants in organizations of economic or public nature, and to carry out their own business activity. Thanks to the theoretical and practical knowledge of management sciences, students will be able to identify, diagnose and tackle problems connected with human, physical, financial and information resources management. The course is conducted in Polish.

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The Managerial Finance course provides the understanding and knowledge of social and market-related phenomena in business entities circles. Graduates of this course will be ready to take up employment in domestic and international enterprises making investments in the region, at home and abroad. The course in Managerial Finance ensures graduates the learning outcomes adjusted to the corporate finance sector, and yet universal, which gives the opportunity to acquire flexible skills used in various industries and types of enterprises. The course is conducted in Polish.

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During classes in the Spatial Economics course students gain knowledge and skills allowing them, among others, to prepare a study of conditions and directions of spatial development, local spatial development plans and to form local and regional development strategies. This is an interdisciplinary studies course combining economics, other social and technical sciences. The course is conducted in Polish.

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The course in Tourism Economics provides knowledge of tourism economics and finance, tourism geography, law, management and marketing in tourism. Once students complete this course, they will be able to perform operational, analytical and managerial roles in enterprises providing tourist services, government and local government administration bodies, social organizations, associations and institutions for the dissemination of tourism. The course is conducted in Polish.

There are no specializations within the course.

This is a general academic course.

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