Doctoral Degree – Economics and Entrepreneurship
Doctor of Economic Sciences (from certain areas)
After completing all the curricula provided in the curriculum for six semesters, the student who defends his doctoral dissertation receives a certificate of completion of the study program with 180 ECTS credits, namely the Doctor of economic sciences in certain areas – 180 ECTS.
Doctor of Economic Sciences is the highest level of education in the field of economics or management. This program usually focuses on theoretical and empirical research in economics and management, which enables students to deepen their knowledge and understanding of economic phenomena, as well as to contribute to the development of this scientific discipline through new research.
Doctoral programs in economics and management typically include advanced courses in macroeconomics, microeconomics, econometrics, statistics, game theory, industrial organization, public policies, and other related fields. Students usually need to focus on one or more specializations, such as financial economy, business strategy, financial management, marketing, international economy, economic history, development economy, public policies, etc.
Completion of doctoral studies in economics and management usually requires students to write an original dissertation that contributes to new knowledge in this field. Upon completion of the program, students gain significant academic qualifications and may embark on a career in academia, research institutions, central banks, governments, international organizations, or other institutions dealing with economics, management, and public policies.