The aim of the study is to provide knowledge of finance, financial risk, financial accounting and the functioning of financial institutions: banks, insurance and investment companies as well as public finance institutions. Students acquire practical skills in applying financial instruments and accounting principles. Learn about the causes and effects of money flows between different market players (households, companies, financial institutions), including capital allocation, risk and money value over time. They will also learn about financial reporting as an information base for economic decision making. They can choose the most advantageous method of financing the investment, manage the capital of the company, assess the creditworthiness, make optimum decisions on the choice of insurance product, forms of capital investments.