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Financial and Credit Support for Private Business
Major: Electrical Energetics, Electrical Engineering and Electromechanics
Code of subject: 6.000.00.M.016G
Lecturer: PhD. Olha Kots PhD. Petro Viblyi
Semester: 1 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Завдання: The study of an educational discipline involves the formation and development of the competencies of students: general competences: 1) ability to identify, formulate and solve problems; 2) ability to apply knowledge in practical situations; 3) ability to make informed decisions; 4) knowledge and understanding of the subject area and understanding of the profession; 5) ability to adapt and work in new situations. professional competences: 1) ability to analyze the current state and determine effective directions for the development of financial activity and increasing the financial potential of economic entities. 2) ability to find out cause-and-effect relationships, analyze external and internal information to form financial plans, and develop elements of the product, price, sales, credit, tax and investment, and foreign economic policy of business entities. 3) ability to organize cash settlements, provide banking, insurance, brokerage and other financial services, including the organization of customer service in the process of consuming financial services, and carry out transactions with securities. basic knowledge of scientific concepts and methods necessary for understanding the principles of functioning of monetary and currency systems; 4) ability to prepare and analyze financial statements and other financial documentation; 5) ability to have a holistic view of the relationship, mutual influence and interdependence of indicators of the financial condition of business entities and organizations operating in modern market conditions; 6) ability to establish effective financial relations and long-term cooperation with consumers, financial intermediaries, investors, financial and credit institutions, and insurance companies, using regulatory documents based on contract law; 7) ability to use legislative and regulatory documents on taxation, lending, insurance, investment, budgetary relations and the stock market.
Learning outcomes: As a result of studying the academic discipline, the student must be able to demonstrate the following learning outcomes: 1) ability to apply methods of financing operations and investment activities of business entities; 2) ability to record transactions at enterprises, in financial and credit institutions, to prepare financial and tax reports; 3) ability to use professional knowledge and practical skills in the process of calculating indicators of the financial condition of enterprises, banks, and insurance companies, forming their financial plans and forecasts, and carrying out current financial work; 4) ability to use professional knowledge for statistical data processing and mathematical modelling of financial and economic processes; 5) the ability to use professional knowledge and practical skills in public finance, corporate finance, international finance and the financial market to make optimal management decisions. The learning outcomes of this discipline detail the following program learning outcomes: 1) ability to analyze the financial condition of enterprises, banks, insurance companies, and other financial and credit institutions and evaluate the effectiveness of their financial and economic activities; 2) mastering the skills of financial planning and forecasting at the macro and micro levels. 3) ability to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the basics of the organization of finances at enterprises, banking institutions, insurance companies, budget institutions, state financial bodies and the basics of the functioning of the financial market; 4) ability to self-study and continuing professional development.
Required prior and related subjects: -
Summary of the subject: The task of studying the discipline "Financial and credit provision of one's own business" is to study the principles of formation, state registration and termination of business entities, principles of entrepreneurial activity, features of the activity of a citizen as a business entity, the concept of financial activity and its types and peculiarities of implementation, basics business taxation and reporting, types of business financing, small business lending, pricing and financial performance.
Опис: Business entities: types, creation process, registration, licensing. Business taxation and statement Types of business financing Small business lending Capital and its formation Pricing and financial results of business entities
Assessment methods and criteria: Written and oral test, computer testing, defense of research tasks. When working remotely, an interview with students is expected during video conferences during lectures and practical classes. Individual papers and test papers are forwarded to the National Academy of Sciences, or to the lecturer's e-mail via @lpnu.ua. Remote classes are held on the MS Teams and ZOOM platforms.
Критерії оцінювання результатів навчання: Assessment of the knowledge of students is based on the performance of tasks within practical classes (current control). The teacher's decision on assessing the level of knowledge and skills of the student revealed during the performance of tasks within practical and seminar classes is evaluated according to the national scale and the 100-point scale and is transferred to the ECTS scale according to the following transfer scale: 100-88 points - grade A ("excellent") is awarded for a high level of knowledge (some inaccuracies are allowed) of the educational material of the module contained in the main and additional recommended literary sources, the ability to analyze the phenomena being studied in their relationship and development , clearly, succinctly, logically, consistently answer the questions, the ability to apply theoretical provisions when solving practical problems; 87–80 points – grade B (“very good”) is awarded for knowledge of the educational material of the module above the average level, including calculations, reasoned answers to the questions asked (a small number of inaccuracies are possible), the ability to apply theoretical provisions when solving practical problems ; 79–71 points - grade C ("good") is given for a generally correct understanding of the module's educational material, including calculations, reasoned answers to the questions posed, which, however, contain certain (insignificant) shortcomings, for the ability to apply theoretical provisions during development solving practical problems; 70-61 points - grade D ("mediocre") is given for mediocre knowledge of the module's educational material, poorly argued answers, weak application of theoretical provisions when solving practical problems; 60–50 points – grade E (“satisfactory”) is given for weak knowledge of the module's educational material, inaccurate or poorly reasoned answers, with a violation of the sequence of presentation, for weak application of theoretical provisions when solving practical problems; 49-26 points - the FX rating ("unsatisfactory" with the possibility of retaking the exam or credit) is given for ignorance of a significant part of the educational material of the module, significant errors in answering questions, inability to apply theoretical provisions when solving practical problems; 25-00 points - grade F ("unsatisfactory" with mandatory re-study of the module) is given for ignorance of a significant part of the educational material of the module, significant errors in answering questions, inability to navigate when solving practical problems, ignorance of basic fundamentals provisions In proportion to the above-mentioned scale, the knowledge of education seekers is evaluated during an oral survey in practical classes. If the winner revealed the topic of the report that he prepared for the practical session, gave answers to additional questions, he receives 5 points, if there were minor flaws in the report - 4 points, if he did not manage to answer all the questions - 3 points, if there are significant flaws in the report and answers to questions - 2 points, if the topic of the report was partially disclosed and additional questions were not answered - 1 point. Each winner must make at least 1 such report per semester. The survey is based on the lecture material. During the semester, each applicant must be interviewed at least 5 times and given 0-2 points according to his answers to the questions: 2 - all answers are correct, 1 - some answers are correct, others - incorrect or missing, 0 - no answers to any of the teacher's questions . Obtaining points for solving problems assumes that the learner takes a direct part in this process during the practical session: he dictates the formula, explains the input data and the subsequent course of solving the problem, performs calculations, answers the teacher's questions. Depending on the difficulty of the task and the amount of work performed, the teacher evaluates the candidate's answer in 2-3 points - in total, the candidate can receive no more than 10 points during the semester, even if he has solved more problems. The teacher conducts testing in a form convenient for him: independent work, tests in the VNS, tests in a game form (for example, Kahoot!). There should be at least 2 tests per semester. More tests are allowed, but the allocated points for the test should not exceed 10 in total. The control work is an admission to credit from the discipline "Financial and credit support of own business" and its completion is mandatory. The test work will be evaluated for 30 points, which is a component of the points allocated for the current control of students' work. These points will be distributed as follows: 0-5 points - timeliness of the test work in accordance with the deadlines set by the teacher; 0-5 points – compliance with the requirements for the registration of the control work; 0-20 points – the essence and completeness of coverage of the research topic. The written test takes place in the form of a test (with the use of ANS), contains tasks of two levels of difficulty: 8 questions of the 1st level of difficulty and 16 questions of the 2nd level of difficulty.
Порядок та критерії виставляння балів та оцінок: Control work - 30 Presentations at practical classes - 10. Solving tasks - 10. Testing - 10. Oral survey - 10. Written test - 30
Recommended books: - V. V. Petrushevska Financial activity of business entities: lecture notes / V. V. Petrushevska, P.P. Mozharovska, N.O. Odintsova; Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine, Donetsk State University of Management. - Donetsk: Technopak, 2015. - 105 p. - N. A. Dekhtyar Financial mechanism of business entities: monograph / N. A. Dekhtyar, O. V. Lyuta, N. G. Pigul. - Sumy: University book, 2016. - 181 p. - Kolesnikov O. V. Economic and financial activity of the enterprise: education. manual / O. V. Kolesnikov; MONMS of Ukraine, Ukr. state Acad. iron transp. — Kh., 2010. — 182 p. - Financial activity of economic entities: education. manual / O. E. Lubenchenko, N. V. Grishko, I. L. Chabanenko; Donbas state technical Univ. — Alchevsk, 2016. — 223 p. - Bystryakov I.K. Foresight approach to the organization and financing of sustainable management / I.K. Bystryakov, D.V. Klynovy, N.V. Korzhunova // Economy of Ukraine. - 2022. - No. 4. - P. 3-27.
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