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   FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND LAW

Dean
Victoriya Bezuglaya
Dean
Ph.D. in Economics, Associate Professor

Student training is provided by highly skilled academic staff (numbering 97 staff teachers, including 8 staff candidates of sciences, 62 external part-time teachers, including 34 candidates of sciences, 4 Doctors of Sciences.

The faculty trains specialists who are able to work in the most competent and efficient way in such areas as jurisprudence, regional economics, accounting, analysis and audit, marketing, service and tourism.

The faculty numbers 2,798 full-time and part-time undergraduate students, including 799 full-time students. There are also 237 foreign students on the faculty. There are 129 full-time undergraduate students who study on a budget on the faculty of economics and law.

The faculty runs 6 academic departments:

  • Legal Theory and Civil Law Disciplines;
  • Public administration and Criminal Law Disciplines;
  • Accounting, Analysis, Audit and Statistics;
  • Marketing;
  • Economics and Management;
  • Economic Theory.

Academic and scientific research is conducted by faculty departments, forensic laboratory, scientific laboratory called "Pallas", scientific laboratory called "Law and Order", student scientific club called "Bonus" and a student-run legal advice office.

The faculty works side by side with universities and scientific centers both in the Republic of Belarus and abroad, including realization of cooperative education programs in the fields of economics and law (with Poland, Ukraine, Russian Federation and Kazakhstan).

Majors of the faculty of economics and law:

Major 1-25 01 08 09 "Accounting, Analysis and Audit", specialization "Accounting, Analysis and Audit in agro-industrial sector"

Graduate training in this specialty provides professional qualification of an economist.

The spheres of their professional activity cover accounting, analysis, control and auditing specified by the requirements of wage-rates and skills handbooks of the Republic of Belarus, depending on the chosen major.

Professional activities:

  • organization and management;
  • accounting and analysis;
  • control and auditing;
  • production and economic;
  • scientific research;
  • innovation.

Tasks of professional activity:

  • to organize and conduct analytical and synthetic accounting of economic activity, using modern computer technology in accordance with the current legislation;
  • to draw up interim and annual reports of a business entity;
  • to analyze the factors influencing on the dynamics of the leading economic indicators of a business entity;
  • to conduct basic audit and control over finances of business entities within internal and external control at the level of a business entity.

Graduates of this major have the knowledge to be employed at agro-industrial enterprises of all patterns of ownership as chief accountants and economists, in audit, control audit, and lease companies, at customs, at economic crime departments.

The department in charge of student graduation Department of Accounting, Analysis and Audit.

The form of study: full-time, part-time, part-time distance learning (for applicants with specialized secondary education).

Major 1-25 01 13 "Economics and Management of Tourist Industry"

Graduate training in this specialty provides professional qualification of an economist manager

The spheres of their professional activity:

  • tourism
  • economics
  • culture
  • science
  • housing and communal services
  • public health

Professional activities:

  • organization and management;
  • planned economics;
  • information and analytical;
  • production and economy;
  • scientific research;
  • innovation.

Tasks of professional activity:

  • to plan and manage business and  economics while organizing tourist industry;
  • to develop a tourist product and draw up service programs  for consumers of tourist services;
  • to evaluate the  results of economic activity of organizations of inter-branch tourist complex;
  • to manage human resources of tourist organizations;
  • to negotiate with partners, including foreign ones, to settle disputes with clients of tourist organizations.

The department in charge of student graduation Department of Theoretic and Applied Economics.

Form of study: full-time, part-time.

Major 1-24 01 02 02 "Jurisprudence", specialization "Economic Law".

Graduate training in this specialty provides professional qualification of a lawyer.

The syllabus of the course offers the students basic law branches focusing on employment law, civil law, economic law and criminal law.

Spheres of professional activity:

  • legislative bodies
  • executive bodies
  • judicial bodies
  • public prosecutor's office
  • the Bar
  • legal department in institutions, organizations, enterprises, in notarial system, in institution of education, research institutions.

Professional activities:

  • judicial activity;
  • prosecutor’s activity;
  • investigating activity;
  • advocasy;
  • legal adviser;
  • real estate activity;
  • auditing;
  • organization and management.

Tasks of professional activity:

  • to analyze legal norms and relationships which are the objects of professional activity;
  • to collect regulatory and factual information which is essential for legal norms to be administered in the respective  spheres of  professional activity;
  • to study legal practices;
  • to ensure law-making and law-enforcement;
  • to draw up legal documents;
  • to make decisions within one’s functions,  to take up steps to implement the rule of law;
  • to secure law and order, to ensure legal propaganda and legal education in one’s professional activity.

The Faculty of economics and law runs an annual Legal Olympiad, on the results of which the faculty team and individual participants take part in the Republican Legal Olympiad, the winners of which are guaranteed on a job in the republican bank of vacancies for graduates of legal professions.

The departments in charge of student graduation Department of Theory of State and Law, Department of Civil Law and Procedure, Department of Criminal Law Disciplines.

Form of study: full-time, part-time, part-time (for applicants with specialized secondary education), part-time distance learning, part-time distance learning (for applicants with specialized secondary education), part-time distance learning (for applicants with higher education).

Major 1-26 02 03 "Marketing"

Graduate training in this specialty provides professional qualification of a marketing economist

The spheres of professional activity:

  • industry;
  • agriculture;
  • construction;
  • transport and communication;
  • trade (including foreign trade) and services;
  • finance-and-credit institutions;
  • small business;
  • nonmaterial spheres;
  • state administrative bodies.

Professional activities:

  • organization and management;
  • planned economics;
  • information and analytical;
  • commodity production;
  • marketing and purchasing;
  • scientific research;
  • innovation.

Tasks of professional activity:

  • to ensure the use of the marketing concept in the management system of an organization;
  • to ensure a stable operation of an organization by an effective use of marketing tools;
  • to reveal the existing and potential resources of an organization to satisfy its demands for goods and services;
  • to ensure a well-balanced supply and demand practice;
  • to ensure social marketing orientation.

The objects of professional activity are industrial enterprises, transport facilities, agricultural industries, construction sites, trade facilities, supply-and sales agencies, banks, state administrative bodies, scientific and educational institutions.

The department in charge of student graduation Department of Marketing.

Form of study: full-time, part-time, part-time (for applicants with specialized secondary education), part-time distance learning, part-time distance learning (for applicants with specialized secondary education).

Address:
21 Voikov St., 225404 Baranovichi, Brest Region, Republic of Belarus
Acting Dean:
Victoriya Bezuglaya
Tel:
(0163) 45 79 53, 45 78 81
E-mail:
ffl@barsu.by