Bachelor in Economic Informatics

About the study program
Economic Informatics equips students with the right skills to work with a variety of socio-economic data, as well as their application in information systems. The program provides theoretical and practical knowledge in finance, accounting, micro and macroeconomics, economic policy, design of various information systems, basics of programming and web programming, database management and the formation and implementation of intelligent processing systems. data in large quantities. All of these pave the way for many professions, such as: economic or statistical analysts, managers, intelligent economic systems designers, IT systems consultants, data analysts, etc.
Student employment:
Graduates in this study program gain theoretical knowledge and practical skills in economics, finance, accounting, programming, computer networks and in modeling intelligent business processes for processing various data.
Students will be able to work with business analytics software, understand business processes and prepare projects for IT implementation in business, information centers / office automation, Database Management with SQL, Oracle, etc., EDP Audit / Quality Assurance.
Graduates of this study program can work as programmers, analysts, IT systems consultants, web applications, desktop and mobile application developers, etc. They can also work in various sectors of manufacturing companies, commercial and financial organizations, insurance companies, banks, education and other public and non-public institutions.
Students will be able to prepare detailed information in various economic fields, using computer statistical methods and can also implement intelligent systems for processing economic data and extracting the desired results.
By also gaining accounting knowledge in this study program, graduates will be proficient in field of accounting and prepare the financial situation of the firm or institution.



Course – Year I / Semester I

EMS 111

Calculus I

EMS 119

Computer Organization and Systems

EMS 113

Introduction to Accounting

EMS 115

Introduction to Finance

EMS 121

Introduction to Algorithms and Programming

EMS 123

Data Structures



Course – Year I / Semester II

EMS 112

Fundamentals of Management

EMS 114

Fundamentals of Marketing

EMS 116

Financial Accounting

EMS 110

Java programming

EMS 118

Calculus II

EMS 120

Object Oriented Programming



Course – Year II / Semester I

EMS 213


EMS 217

Database Fundamentals

EMS 215


EMS 219

Web Programming

EMS 211

Organizational Behavior

EMS 221

Advanced English I



Course – Year II / Semester II

EMS 212


EMS 216


EMS 218

Computer Networking

EMS 220

Graphs and Algorithms

EMS 214

Strategic Management

EMS 222

Operating Systems



Course – Year III / Semester I

EMS 305

Research Methods and Academic Writing 

EMS 311

Cost Accounting

EMS 313

Statistics for Economics 

EMS 315


EMS 317

Operations Management


Elective courses



Course – Year III / Semester II

EMS 310

Mobile Applications Development

EMS 314

Artificial Intelligence

EMS 312

Data Security

EMS 316

Business Law

EMS 320

Professional Practice

EMS 330

Thesis / Final Exam