Business Economics (242)

Type: Normative

Department: tourism




SemesterAmount of hoursLecturerGroup(s)
832GRT-41s, GRT-42s


SemesterAmount of hoursGroupTeacher(s)
816GRT-41sAssociate Professor BILANIUK O.
GRT-42sAssociate Professor BILANIUK O.

Course description

“Business Economics” is a normative discipline for students majoring in “Tourism” bachelor degree program, which is taught in the seventh and eighth semesters in the amount of 4 credits (according to the European Credit Transfer System ECTS)

The study of the discipline involves providing students with knowledge about the main directions of economic and financial activities of an enterprise.

The main tasks of studying the discipline are: studying the peculiarities of entrepreneurial activity and planning the enterprise activity; assessment of the resource potential of the enterprise and ways of its effective use; theoretical bases of formation and use of labor resources of the enterprise and system of their material stimulation; theoretical principles of formation and use of property resources (assets) of the enterprise, methodological approaches to their analysis and planning; theoretical principles of formation of financial resources (capital) of the enterprise, methodical approaches to their analysis and planning; assessment of economic results of financial and economic activities of the enterprise and assessment of its financial condition; ways to ensure the economic security of the enterprise.

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