Field: Financial Management and Accounting
Undergraduate Studies, part-time
General Academic Profile
Field: Social Sciences
Disciplines: Management and Quality Sciences, Economics and Finance, Legal Sciences Leading
Discipline: Management and Quality Sciences
The first-degree studies in Financial Management and Accounting aim to educate graduates familiar with the research methodology and terminology in the field of management and quality sciences, as well as complementary disciplines such as economics and finance, and legal sciences. The program’s goal is to impart knowledge of the fundamental principles of creating and developing various forms of entrepreneurship and prepare graduates to act in an entrepreneurial manner. The studies aim to develop graduates with the skills and competencies to recognize, diagnose, and solve problems related to financial decisions in organizations and the management of institutions. Graduates should be able to determine the impact of technological, social, political, legal, economic, and ecological environments on financial decisions, the functioning of organizations, and the entire economy. The program seeks to educate graduates with the ability to independently and collaboratively prepare materials related to financial management in organizations, accounting, management of financial institutions, and financial institution strategies. Graduates should be able to present these materials in both Polish and English. The studies prepare students for independent learning, knowledge updating, and adherence to professional ethical standards.
Profile of the Graduate:
In terms of knowledge:
- possesses knowledge of theories and practices related to financial management and accounting and their place in the system of social sciences, with interdisciplinary perspectives.
- understands the terminology and research methodology in financial management, accounting, and complementary disciplines (management, economics, legal sciences).
- has knowledge of the principles, procedures, and practices related to the financial activities of various types of organizations.
- is familiar with the theories and practices used to recognize, diagnose, and solve problems related to financial management in organizations, accounting, management of financial institutions, and strategies of financial institutions.
- has knowledge of the functioning of organizations, their various types, goals, structures, operations (functions, activities), cultures, and relationships with the environment.
- understands legal regulations, economic theories, and models related to the functioning of organizations and the entire economy.
- knows techniques for analyzing the impact of the external environment on financial decisions in organizations, the functioning of organizations, and the entire economy.
- knows methods and tools, including techniques for acquiring, analyzing, and protecting data (information) needed to make financial decisions in organizations.
- understands basic concepts and principles related to the protection of industrial property and copyright and the necessity of managing intellectual property resources.
- has knowledge of the basic principles of creating and developing various forms of entrepreneurship.
In terms of skills:
- can correctly interpret social, political, legal, economic, technological phenomena and their impact on financial decisions, the functioning of organizations, and the entire economy.
- analyzes proposed solutions to specific financial problems related to the functioning of enterprises and proposes appropriate resolutions.
- can independently analyze real decision-making situations and make the right choice.
- can assess the market, financial, and social effects of decisions and initiatives and present their substantive justification.
- can independently and collaboratively prepare analyses, diagnoses, and reports on finances, accounting, the functioning of organizations, the sector, and the entire economy.
- can use information and communication technology tools in their work.
- possesses the ability to prepare oral presentations and written works using basic theoretical approaches and various sources in Polish and English.
- uses a foreign language at the B2 proficiency level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages and can use specialized terminology in management.
- has the ability to cooperate and work in larger or smaller groups, assuming different roles, demonstrating leadership, communication skills, conscientiousness, and perseverance.
- understands the need to supplement and improve acquired knowledge and skills, including in second-degree studies.
- possesses basic research skills, such as formulating research problems, selecting research methods and tools, and the ability to develop and present results in the field of management sciences.
In terms of social competences:
- can make critical assessments related to financial management in organizations, accounting, management of financial institutions, and strategies of financial institutions.
- can think and act entrepreneurially.
- demonstrates sensitivity to ethical, social, and cultural differences.