Investment and Insurance

INVESTMENT AND INSURANCE
State code 6531LX040
Faculty Faculty of Economics
Study field L03Finance
Qualification Professional Bachelor of Business Management
Form and duration of studies Full-time studies, 3 years
Credits 180
Study plans Degree Course 2020-2023

Degree Course 2019-2022

Degree Course 2018-2021

Career Prospects

Persons awarded by a degree of Professional Bachelor of Business Management  can  work  in  the  financial  services  centers,  insurance companies, insurance broker companies, pension fund management companies, investment companies, banks or create own business.

Learning Outcomes

You will be able to:

  • To cooperate, to work in a team by taking responsibility for one’s and colleagues’ work.
  • To plan individually and organize the time and activities in a rapidly changing environment by taking responsibility for one’s work.
  • To select and apply learning strategies and techniques.
  • To prove one’s views in professional discussions by conveying professional knowledge in Lithuanian and in a foreign language.
  • To focus on the basis of professional ethics and citizenship by following the opportunities and tolerance in a multicultural environment.
  • To analyze the business development of the market trends, to evaluate the impact of globalization on the national market by using innovative methods and technologies.
  • To set the demand of the material, human and financial resources, to manage and evaluate the effectiveness of their use by taking into account the country’s economic development.
  • To apply financial market in the activity of participants with the view to national and international legislation.
  • To know the Insurance system structure, mission and function in economics.
  • To identify Insurance risks, to analyze and evaluate the Insurance characteristics of the products by highlighting the advantages and disadvantages of changes in demographic and economic environment.
  • To create and administer the insurance agreements and claims of insurance, according to the Lithuanian legislative system and international agreements.
  • To know the process of investment, the business functions of financial markets and responsibilities of the participants.
  • To form investment portfolios using the investment portfolio theory principles.
  • To identify and analyze the various investment instruments and investment portfolio risk with expected income, different financial and economic cycles.
  • To apply sales techniques in traditional and e-selling process with the help of modern advisory tools.
  • To identify customer needs and expectations, tolerance of the investment risk and financial capabilities by developing and delivering insurance and investment offers.
  • To solve conflicts with clients in complex and unpredictable situations in a view to professional ethics.
  • To collect and use rationally business information by communicating with internal and external stakeholders about the activities of the company.
  • To analyze and evaluate the company’s financial reports and different asset classes for investments, to make the right investment decisions.

 

INVESTMENT AND INSURANCE

Degree Course 2019-2022

Degree Course 2020-2023

 

1st semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation*
Business Foreign Language 1 5 E
Business Psychology 3 P
Document Management 3 P
Computer Information Management 5 E
Applied Mathematics 5 E
Economic Theory 5 E
Personal Finance Management 4 P
2nd semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Business Foreign Language 2 5 E
Labourand Civil Safety 3 P
Business Ethics and Social Responsibility 3 P
Statistics 5 E
Enterprise Economy 5 P
Financial Markets 5 E
Management 4 E
3rd semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Organization of Research Paper 3 P
Marketing 3 P
Finance Management 4 E
Investment Management 5 E
Property and Liability Insurance 5 E
Personal Insurance 5 E
Optional course Credits Evaluation *
OC 1 5 P
4th semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Insurance Business Information Management System 4 E
Taxes 3 E
Reinsurance 3 E
Insurance and Securities Accounting 5 E
Training Practice: Investment Portfolio Formation and Management 4 P
Training Practice: Insurance enterprise Activity Modeling 6 P
Optional course Credits Evaluation *
OC 2 5 P
5th semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Sales Management 5 E
Insurance Law 5 E
Insurance Risk Management 6 E
Insurance Claims Administration and Evaluation 4 E
Final Professional Activity Practice 10 P
6th semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Final Professional Activity Practice 20 P
Final Paper (Project) 10 P

Optional subjects are freely selectable subjects from the list of predefined subjects.

* E – exam, P – project

 

INVESTMENT AND INSURANCE

Degree Course 2018-2021

1st semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation*
Business Foreign Language 1 5 E
Business Ethics and Social Responsibility 3 P
Document Management 3 P
Computer Information Management 4 E
Applied Mathematics 5 E
Statistics 5 E
Economic Theory 5 E
2nd semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Business Foreign Language 2 5 E
Business Psychology 3 E
Labourand Civil Safety 4 P
Organization of Research Paper 3 P
Enterprise Economy 5 P
Financial Markets 6 E
Personal Finance Management 4 E
3rd semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Management 4 P
Finance Management 4 E
Marketing 3 P
Investment Management 5 E
Property and Liability Insurance 5 E
Personal Insurance 4 E
Optional course Credits Evaluation *
OC 1 5 P
4th semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Insurance Business Information Management System 4 E
Taxes 3 E
Reinsurance 3 E
Insurance and Securities Accounting 6 E
Training Practice: Investment Portfolio Formation and Management 4 P
Training Practice: Insurance enterprise Activity Modeling 5 P
Optional course Credits Evaluation *
OC 2 5 P
5th semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Sales Management 6 E
Insurance Law 4 E
Analysis of Enterprise‘s Activity 4 E
Insurance Risk Management 4 E
Insurance Claims Administration and Evaluation 3 E
Training Practice: Insurance Enterprise Activity Modeling 5 P
Final Professional Activity Practice 4 P
6th semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Final Professional Activity Practice 20 P
Final Paper (Project) 10 P

Optional subjects are freely selectable subjects from the list of predefined subjects.

* E – exam, P – project