Dean
Dean of the Faculty
Olga Labeyko
Ph.D. in Economic Sciences

The training of students is provided by 70 highly qualified specialists from among academic staff. 44 full-time teachers and 26 external part-time teachers work at the Faculty. Among full-time teachers of the Faculty are Candidates of Economic, Legal Sciences, as well as Doctors of Sciences. Among the external part-time teachers are the leading scientists, PhDs and Doctors of Sciences, high skilled practitioners in the field of economics, jurisprudence, and production management.

The Faculty prepares specialists who are able to implement practical activities competently and effectively in such fields as jurisprudence, accounting, analysis and audit, marketing, electronic marketing, production management, economic law, business administration.

The Faculty of Economics and Law numbers 1,093 full-time and part-time students, including 508 students of full-time form of education. 200 students among foreign citizens receive higher education at the Faculty. 138 full-time students study at the Faculty of Economics and Law on a budgetary basis, 46 of them are part-time students.

Research and training activity is conducted by departments, forensic laboratory, student laboratory of economic investigations called "Pallas", scientific laboratory called "Law and Order", student scientific club called "Bonus" and a legal clinic (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 Russian Federation Poland, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Poland, Sweden, Latvia and others).

Majors of the Faculty of Economics and Law

Major 1-26 02 01 Business Administration, specialization 1-26 02 01 01 Business Administration in the Field of Production and Services

Graduate training in the major Business Administration provides professional qualification of a manager-economist.

Types of professional activity:

  • organizational and managerial;
  • informative and analytical;
  • innovative.

Tasks of professional activity:

  • to develop and apply modern management and business development methods;
  • to develop and implement effective strategies to increase the competitiveness of the company;
  • to analyze, control and regulate financial and economic situations in units of economic entity, in organizations of small and medium-sized business while implementing projects.
  • to use modern information technologies to implement management functions;
  • to conduct marketing research and use their results for production planning and organizing and provision of services;
  • to evaluate the quality and effectiveness of projects, organization of their implementation;
  • to prepare management documentation and conduct business meeting, to formulate and process operational management tasks and to control their implementation.

The objects of professional activity of a specialist are managerial and economic processes, arising in organization and enterprises of all forms of ownership, internal and external business environment.

The department in charge of student graduation – department of theoretic and applied economics.

Form of education: full-time.

Major 1-27 01 01 Economics and Production Management (majors in), direction of the major 1-27 01 01-01 Economics and Production Management (Machine Building)

Graduate training in the major Economics and Production Management provides professional qualification of an engineer-manager.

Types of professional activity:

  • organizational and managerial;
  • informative and analytical;
  • economic and technological.

Tasks of professional activity:

  • to determine development goals of an organization (economic entities) and to develop measures for their achievement;
  • to use economic and mathematical modeling in economic calculations;
  • to make technical and economic calculations;
  • to make economic calculations to substantiate technical and managerial decisions;
  • to monitor the implementation of managerial decisions;
  • to access the effectiveness of solutions to production and business problems;
  • to develop forms and methods of moral and material incentives for the organization’s employees;
  • to participate in the development of production and technological processes;
  • to implement production activities for the technical and technological preparation of production, the selection and justification of the forms and methods of its organization in terms of servicing the main and auxiliary production, as well as the effective activities of the enterprise as a whole;
  • to organize rational production services;
  • to introduce modern technologies for production management;
  • to choose progressive materials and labour-saving technological processes;
  • to introduce energy-efficient  and resource-saving technologies.

The objects of professional activity of a specialist are engineering and technological, managerial and economic processes that arise in organizations and enterprises of industry, transport, building, energy, utilities and water management, communications, the forest complex, polygraphy, nature management, food service.

The department in charge of student graduation – department of theoretic and applied economics.

Form of education:  full-time, part-time, part-time (based on secondary specialized education).

Major 1-25 01 08 09 Accounting, Analysis and Audit, specialization 1-25 01 08-03 07 Accounting, Analysis and Audit in Agro-Industrial Complex

Graduate training in the major “Accounting, Analysis and Audit” provides professional qualification of an economist.

Spheres of professional activity of a specialist covers accounting, analytical, control and auditing activities prescribed by the requirements contained in Rates and Qualifications Handbook of the Republic of Belarus according to the major.

Types of professional activity:

  • organizational and managerial;
  • accounting and analytical;
  • control and auditing;
  • production and economic;
  • research;
  • innovative;
  • consultative;
  • financial.

Tasks of professional activity:

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

Graduates of this major have knowledge required for the work in agro-industrial organizations of all forms of ownership (as chief accountants and economists), audit and leasing companies, customs authorities, in the department for combating economic crimes.

The department in charge of student graduation – department of accounting, analysis, audit and statistics.

Form of education:  full-time, part-time (based on secondary specialized education), part-time distance (based on secondary specialized education).

Major 1-26 02 03 “Marketing”

Graduate training in the major “Marketing” provides professional qualification of a marketer-economist.

Spheres of professional activity:

  • industry;
  • agriculture;
  • building;
  • transport and communication;
  • trade (including foreign) and services;
  • financial and credit institutions;
  • small business;
  • non-production sphere;
  • government bodies.

Types of professional activity:

  • organizational and managerial;
  • economic and planning;
  • informative and analytical;
  • commodity production;
  • procurement and trading;
  • research;
  • innovative.

Tasks of professional activity:

  • to ensure the use of the marketing concept in the management of an organization;
  • to ensure a sustainable operation of an organization by an effective use of marketing tools;
  • to reveal the existing and potential possibilities 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.

Objects of professional activity:

  • industry;
  • transport;
  • agriculture, building, trade and supply enterprises;
  • banks, government bodies, scientific and educational institutions.

The department in charge of student graduation – department of marketing and management.

Form of education: full-time, part-time, part-time (based on secondary specialized education), part-time distant, part-time distance (based on secondary specialized education).

Major 1-28 01 02 “Electronic Marketing”

Graduate training in the major “Electronic marketing” provides professional qualification of a marketer-programmer.

Spheres of professional activity:

  • traditional marketing;
  • electronic trade;
  • internet marketing.

Types of professional activity:

  • to conduct market research;
  • to search for potential customers;
  • to identify their needs and preferences;
  • to segment and select the target market segments;
  • to position the company;
  • to develop product concepts and form the range of the goods;
  • to create and promote a brand;
  • to choose ways to monetize business;
  • to determine a system of prices and discounts;
  • to develop means of promotion and communication impact on the consumer (including advertising, PR, viral videos, exhibitions, promotions, loyalty programs, e-mail campaigns, merchandising, corporate booklets, corporate identity and other "identity"
  • to build channels for distribution and delivery of products to the end customer;
  • to organize sales and client service. 

Tasks of professional activity:

  • building and development of long-term cost-effective relations of commercial organizations with clients and customers through the use of information technology;
  • website search promotion in Internet;
  • development and use of contextual and banner advertising;
  • social media marketing;
  • content management;
  • marketing using mobile apps;
  • web-analytics.

Objects of professional activity:

  • web portals and websites;
  • search systems;
  • Internet advertising;
  • database;
  • application software;
  • computer technologies;
  • advertising materials;
  • market situation and public opinion;
  • wholesale and retail online auctions.

The department in charge of student graduation – department of marketing and management.

Form of education: full-time.

Major 1-24 01 02 “Jurisprudence”, specialization 1-24 01 02 02 “Economic Law”

Graduate training in the major “Jurisprudence” provides professional qualification of a lawyer.

The curriculum of the major provides for the study of the main branches of law, special emphasis is placed on the study of such disciplines as labor law, civil law, commercial law and criminal law.

Sphere of professional activity:

  • legislative bodies;
  • executive bodies;
  • judicial bodies;
  • prosecution authorities;
  • advocacy;
  • legal service of organizations;
  • notarial office;
  • investigative committee.

An annual legal Olympiad is held at the Faculty of Economics and Law, the winners of which take part in Republican Olympiads and competitions.

The department in charge of student graduation – department of civil and criminal disciplines.

Form of education: full-time, part-time, part-time (based on secondary specialized education), part-time distance, part-time distance (based on secondary specialized education), part-time distance (based on higher education).

Major 1-24 01 03 “Economic Law”, specialization 1-24 01 03 02 “Legal Regulation of Finance and Credit”

Graduate training in the major “Economic Law” provides professional qualification of a lawyer with the knowledge of economics.

The sphere of professional activity of the specialists allows them to work both in government bodies regulating economic and business activities, and in companies providing legal services in all areas of economic activity, including the possibility of participating in the consideration and resolution of administrative disputes.

Types of professional activity:

  • foreign trade and trade disputes;
  • protection of private interests in administrative proceedings;
  • business support, including transaction support for the purchase / sale of a business;
  • preparation of expert opinions;
  • advice on customs legislation;
  • consideration and resolution of disputes with customs authorities;
  • representation of clients' interests in administrative cases

Tasks of professional activity:

  • organizational and managerial;
  • production and business;
  • research;
  • innovative.

Having received comprehensive economic and legal training, the future specialist will master the features of the investigation, including economic crimes, and will also get the opportunity and ability to consider civil cases in disputes arising in the field of economic relations.

The department in charge of student graduation – Department of Civil and Criminal Law Disciplines

Form of education: full-time.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Address:
62 Parkavaja St, 225401 Baranavičy, Bresckaja Voblasć, Republic of Belarus
Dean:
Olga Labeyko
Tel.:
+375 163 66 94 77
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