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Faculty Faculty of Economics and Administration (FES)
Study programme Economic Policy and Administration (P6202)
Branch of study Regional and Public Economics (6202V073/70 - 2013)
Level of acquired qualification Doctoral
Form of study Part-time
Standard length of study 3 years
Number of ECTS credits 180
Qualification awarded Doctor (Ph.D.) (Ph.D.)
Access to further studies The doctoral degree is the highest possible level of education in Czech education system.  
Type of completion State Doctoral Examination and dissertation defense.
Study and Examination Code URL
Faculty coordinator for international students
Brodský Zdeněk, Ing. Ph.D.
Email: ects.coordinator.fes@upce.cz
Phone: +420466036058
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Key learning outcomes The aim of the doctoral study programme is to train highly qualified experts able to participate effectively in the control of public sector and development of regions. Graduates acquire at the particular level developed knowledge of economics, economy, management with the accent put on public sector and region. They are aimed to carry out top management positions in the field of public administration - state administration as well as regional municipalities and economic subjects of the public sector. Some of them can find their fulfillment in the EU bodies and institutions.
Specific admission requirements unspecified
Specific provisions for recognition of prior learning unspecified
Qualification requirements and regulations unspecified
Profile of the programme academical
Occupational profiles of graduates with examples academical
Branch of study guarantor Provazníková Romana, doc. Ing. Ph.D.
Simple list of courses for the given plan Course list by year of study and semester Structured list of courses in the plan
Status Recommended year of study Recommended semester Course code Course title (* Final State Examination) Language of instruction Number of ECTS credits Course availability
C Optional 1 Winter FES/APPH1 Pedagogical activities English 5  
A Compulsory 1 Summer FES/AVCH2 Scientific and research activities English 10  
C Optional 1 Summer FES/APPH2 Pedagogical activities English 5  
C Optional 2 Winter FES/APPH3 Pedagogical activities English 7  
A Compulsory 2 Summer FES/AVCH4 Scientific and research activities English 7  
A Compulsory 3 Winter FES/AVCH5 Scientific and research activities English 17  
C Optional 3 Winter FES/APPH5 Pedagogical activities English 5  
A Compulsory 3 Summer FES/AVCH6 Scientific and research activities English 25  
A Compulsory 3 Summer FES/AZRE Regional Economics English 0  
A Compulsory 3 Summer FES/AZEKO Economics English 0  
C Optional 3 Summer FES/APPH6 Pedagogical activities English 5  
A Compulsory - - FES/AVEK Public Economics III English 15  
A Compulsory - - FES/ADEKO Economics III English 15  
A Compulsory - - FES/AMEV Science Methodology English 15  
A Compulsory - - FES/AREP Regional Economics and Policy English 15  
B Compulsory option - - FES/ATRV Theory of Regional Development Czech 8  
B Compulsory option - - FES/AMRP Modelling of Regional Processes English 8  
B Compulsory option - - FES/ATVS Theory of Public Administration English 8  
B Compulsory option - - FES/ARPE Regional Policy of EU English 10  
B Compulsory option - - FES/AVPE Selected Issues from Environmental Economy English 10  
B Compulsory option - - FES/ASPR Decision Making Support Systems in Region English 8  
B Compulsory option - - FES/AMUV Methods of Artificial and Computational Intelligence in Regional Management English 8  
B Compulsory option - - FES/AKME Selected Issues from Quantitative Methods in Economics English 10  
B Compulsory option - - FES/AEGO e-Government English 8  
B Compulsory option - - FES/AVOF Selected Chapters from Financial Firm Management English 10  
B Compulsory option - - FES/AVKM Selected Chapters from Management English 8  
B Compulsory option - - FES/ATSY Theory of Systems III English 8  
B Compulsory option - - FES/AZVP Scientific Communication English 10