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Department of Economics & Management

Head of Department

doc. Ing. Hana Bartošová, CSc., dr. h. c.
bartosova@vsrr.cz

Graduated from the University of Economics in Prague, Faculty of National Economy, in the field of automation of control works, lecturer in the field of planning and control theory. Before 1990, she worked as a programmer and university lecturer in the fields of control theory and informatics. Since 1990 in managerial positions as managing director of the Institute of Education and Training FMV, founder and rector of the state-owned Police Academy in the Czech Republic, and the rector of the Institute of Regional Development. Gives lectures, publishes and engaged in VVČ projects in management, information management, marketing, and security management. A member of the Council of Higher Education Institutions of the Czech Republic.

Our College's best qualities reside in excellent fields of study, flexible study plans, and an individual and student-centred approach. Our graduates' field-of-study structure reflects job market demands. Graduates are excellently prepared not only for public administration management jobs, but they may also pursue careers in the corporate environment, banks, insurance companies as well as in the private sector. Competences acquired at the School give them a good starting point and certainty that they will succeed in selection processes as well as in their job promotion. The VŠRR ranks among higher education institutions with the highest graduate employment ratios.

The Department offers the following courses

  • Informatics Basics
  • Information Systems and IS Applications
  • Managerial Informatics
  • Microeconomics
  • Macroeconomics
  • Global Economics
  • Theory and Practice in the Management
  • Global Issues of the World
  • Marketing Basics
  • Public Finance
  • Finance and Banking
  • Introduction to the Study of National Economy
  • Human Resource Management
  • Project Management & EU Structural Funds
  • Managerial Economics
  • Business Economics
  • Accountancy Basics
  • International Finance
  • Crisis Management
  • Protection of Economic Interests
  • Position of the CR in the World Economy
  • Scholarly Work Methodology
  • Bachelor Seminar
  • Vocational Practice I, II