Students enroll into one of the study programs accredited at the Faculty. Within each program, there is a set of study branches/specializations. Each of the branches/specializations can be studied either in a full-time form of study or in a part-time form.
For each branch/specialization and form of study, there is at least one study plan, which is essentially a list of courses a student has to complete. Each course is assigned a certain amount of credits, based on its difficulty. In order to meet the assigned study plan, a student must obtained at least the prescribed amount of credits indicated by the plan's limit in a prescribed structure of the study plan. The limit is by rule 180 credits for Bachelor programs and 120 credits for Master programs.
The courses in a plan are arranged into groups based on the role the given course plays in the study plan. Such groups are, for instance, a group of compulsory courses of a program (a theoretical base of the given program), a group of compulsory courses of a branch/specialization, a group of compulsory courses of a specialization, a group of courses in humanities and a group of courses in economics and management.
Prescribed structure: For each group, it is required to gain at least a prescribed number of credits or a required number of courses. For ease of reference, each group has its role in the study plan indicated next to the name of the group.
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