Economics and Finance

Assoc. Alin Andrieş, PhD

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The Economics and Finance undergraduate programme aims to meet the increasing need in the economic-financial area for specialists able to select and use economic and financial information, to come up with appropriate solutions to economic-financial problems, to identify and analyze various types of risk and their implications in specific situations, to make decisions in an increasingly complex economy. This degree will prepare you for a career in academia, banking, consulting and investment funds.


  • First semester
    Fundamentals of Accounting
    Applied Mathematics for Economics
    Business Law
    Business German / French language 1
    Business Information Technologies

    Second semester
    Basics of Statistics
    End-User Computing
    Financial Accounting
    Business German / French language 2

  • First semester
    Intermediate Microeconomics
    Corporate Finance
    Business German / French language 3

    Second semester
    Money and Credit
    Intermediate Macroeconomics
    History of economic Thought 1
    Business German / French language 4

  • First semester
    Entrepreneurship /Business Economics
    Research Methods for Economics and Finance
    Financial Markets
    Institutional Economics
    History of economic Thought 2
    Economic Crises and Business Crycle – Case Studies

    Second semester
    European Economics and Policy
    Financial Risk Management
    Growth and Development – Case Studies
    Real Estate Finance
    Public Budgeting and Taxation
    Microeconomics of Banking

  • The Curriculum applies to students in the 2016/2019 promotion

The Economics and Finance specialization is the result of an exquisite combination of economic and financial disciplines. The curriculum aims to provide the bases of economic reasoning as well as quantitative, economic-financial and institutional competences, which are all indispensable to economic practice. It is the need for thorough understanding of modern economy which actually creates the basis of our attempt to combine the study of economics and finance. While economic disciplines focus on the general principles of economic thinking by providing fundamental knowledge and theories related to scarcity, opportunity and exchange, fluctuations, economic growth and development, economic policies and systems, financial disciplines approach the concrete economic – financial problems faced by those in search for funding (investor) as well as by those providing funds (investment or commercial banking, risk management, fund management, or securities trading), thus covering the practical skills that financial economists need.