University of Economics – Varna

Entrepreneurship and Investment Management

Degree: Bachelor

Type of education: Full-time

Number of semesters: 8

Professional qualification: Economics

Professional field: ECONOMICS

Faculty:Faculty of Economics
Duration:4 years
Language:Bulgarian
Mode of study:Full-time

Specific courses:

  • Management of the Investment Process
  • Investments and Construction
  • Construction Design and Technologies
  • Spatial Development
  • Enterprise Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Local Government and Self-Government
  • Logistics Management
  • Pricing in the Investment Process
  • Financing of Investment Projects
  • Business Valuation
  • Innovative Management

Expected knowledge and skills after acquiring qualification:
The Bachelor’s degree in Entrepreneurship and Investment Management programme prepares qualified professionals, trained to work successfully in entrepreneurial and other organizations or their subsidiaries, as well as in consulting companies, design offices, investment companies, companies investing in/or managing real assets, banks, insurance companies, pension funds, effectively fulfil their obligations as specialists, manage entrusted enterprises’ resources or tangible assets projects, find effective solutions for entrepreneurial initiatives, to think creatively, to analyze and apply good business practices, to start and develop their own entrepreneurial initiative.

Employment opportunities upon graduation:
The students who have graduated this speciality have the opportunity to work as:

  • managers of entrepreneurial organisation, directorate, department, unit, etc.
  • managers of investment projects in entrepreneurial organization or public institution
  • analyst in the directorate, department, unit, etc. in HR management, management of investment activities, management of investment projects; pricing (valuator); logistics (logistician)
  • expert in entrepreneurial organization, public institution, department, unit, etc. in public-private partnerships, bids and tenders, investment project management, tangible assets management
  • economists in entrepreneurial organization or public institution
  • licensed appraisers in banks, insurance companies, agencies or municipalities, or as a private practitioner (upon obtaining a license from an authorized institution)
Programme
First year
2020
Studied subjects Semester Credits Type of grading Student involvement
Total Self-study Classes
CORE
Informatics 1 9 Exam 270 195 75
Microeconomics 1 9 Exam 270 195 75
Physical Education 1 1 Ongoing assessment 30 0 30
Applied Mathematics 1 9 Exam 270 195 75
Electives (1) 1 3 Ongoing assessment 90 60 30
Management 2 8 Exam 240 165 75
Macroeconomics 2 8 Exam 240 165 75
Physical Education 2 1 Ongoing assessment 30 0 30
Principles of Law 2 8 Exam 240 165 75
Electives (1) 2 3 Ongoing assessment 90 60 30
Accounting Theory 3 9 Exam 270 195 75
Introduction to Finance 3 9 Exam 270 195 75
Physical Education 3 1 Ongoing assessment 30 0 30
Marketing 3 8 Exam 240 165 75
Electives (1) 3 4 Exam 120 60 60
Physical Education 4 1 Ongoing assessment 30 0 30
Total for CORE 0 0
Special
Academic Research 2 3 Ongoing assessment 90 60 30
Entrepreneurship and Investment Objects 4 9 Exam 270 195 75
Management of the Investment Process 5 8 Exam 240 165 75
Investments and construction 5 8 Exam 240 165 75
Investment Design and Technologies 5 8 Exam 240 180 60
Electives (1)
  • Communications in entrepreneurial activity
  • Investment project management software
  • Quality Assurance
  • Management of Public-private Partnerships
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
5 6 Exam 180 120 60
Human Resource Management 6 7 Exam 210 135 75
Territory Planning 6 7 Exam 210 135 75
Enterprise management 6 6 Exam 180 120 60
Electives (1)
  • Standardization
  • Consumer Law
  • Sustainable Investment Projects
  • Public Works
6 5 Exam 150 90 60
Local Government and Self-government 7 8 Exam 240 180 60
Logistic management 7 8 Exam 240 180 60
Pricing in the investment process 7 8 Exam 240 165 75
Electives (1)
  • European Funds and Projects
  • Organizational Behaviour and Culture
  • Tenders and Competitions
7 6 Exam 180 120 60
Specialized Seminar 8 5 Exam 150 90 60
Business Valuation 8 5 Exam 150 75 75
Innovation Management 8 5 Exam 150 90 60
Financing of investment projects 8 5 Exam 150 90 60
Total for Special 0 0
University specialised
Introduction to Statistics 4 9 Exam 270 195 75
Electives (1)
  • Financial Accounting
  • Environmental Economics
  • Business Logistics
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Planning and Forecasting
  • Behavioral Economics
  • Financial Innovations
  • Project Management
4 6 Exam 180 120 60
Electives (1)
  • Internet Technologies
  • Introduction to Trade
  • Economics of the Enterprise
  • Innovation and Patents
  • Risk Management
  • Quality and Safety of Goods
  • Statistical Software
  • Commercial Law
4 6 Exam 180 120 60
Total for University specialised 0 0
Practical
Practical Training 6 8 Exam 240 240 0
Total for Practical 0 0
Graduare
Electives (1)
  • Comprehensive State Exam
  • Thesis Defense
8 10 Exam 300 300 0
Total for Graduare 0 0
Total for the entire period of study 247 7410 5145 2265


Optional courses Semester Credits Student involvement
Total Self-study Classes
Foreign Language - Russian
Semester 3
Semester 4
Semester 5
3, 4, 5 3, 3, 3 270 180 90
Foreign Language - German
Semester 3
Semester 4
Semester 5
3, 4, 5 3, 3, 3 270 180 90
Foreign Language - French
Semester 3
Semester 4
Semester 5
3, 4, 5 3, 3, 3 270 180 90
Foreign Language - English
Semester 3
Semester 4
Semester 5
3, 4, 5 3, 3, 3 270 180 90
Administrative and Legal Service 5 3 90 60 30
Physical Education 5, 6, 7 1, 1, 2 120 0 120
Business Culture and Traditions 6 3 90 60 30
Taxation and taxation process 7 3 90 60 30