EDA – study plan

  • 2 full-time years (4 semesters)
    classes are usually held on working days – Monday to Friday – and on weekly basis; regular attendance is expected from students
  • Total workload (credits) – 120 ECTS
  • Class format – lectures  and seminars
  • A usual class duration is 90 minutes (ie two teaching hours; one teaching hour lasts 45 minutes).

Elective courses

MOS – min. for 15 ECTS DAM – min. for 18 ECTS
Advanced Statistical Methods (3 ECTS) – 4ST650
Applied Multivariate Statistics (6ECTS) – 4ST611
Case Studies in Operations Research (6 ECTS)– 4EK607
Combinatorial Optimization (6 ECTS) – 4EK605
Czech for Foreigners (3 ECTS) – 4SA622
Data Science in Python and R (6 ECTS) – 4IZ565
Economic Demography II (6 ECTS) – 4DM475
Information Systems Management (3 ECTS) – 4SA431
Information Technologies in Entrepreneurship (6 ECTS) – 4IT487
Introduction to Financial and Insurance Mathematics (6 ECTS) – 4ST608
Real Data Analysis (6ECTS) – 4ST606
Statistics with R (3ECTS) – 4ST605
International Week courses (3 ECTS) – intensive courses in January
Advanced Statistical Methods (3 ECTS) – 4ST650
Credit Risk Modelling and Management (4 ECTS) – 1BP450
Czech for Foreigners (3 ECTS) – 4SA622
Data Science in Python and R (6 ECTS) – 4IZ565
Economic Demography II (6 ECTS) – 4DM475
Games and Decisions (3 ECTS) – 4EK602
Information Systems Management (3 ECTS) – 4SA431
Information Technologies in Entrepreneurship (6 ECTS) – 4IT487
Introduction Financial and Insurance Mathematics (6 ECTS) – 4ST608
Mathematical and Probabilistic Methods in life insurance (6 ECTS) – 4ST624
Non-life Insurance Models (3 ECTS) – 4ST622
Probabilistic and Statistical Methods in non-life Insurance (6ECTS) – 4ST625
Statistics with R (3 ECTS) – 4ST605
Stochastic Processes and Risk in Finance and Insurance (6 ECTS) – 4ST644
International Week courses (3 ECTS) – intensive courses in January

 

Internship – specialization MOS

Compulsory part of the MOS specialization represents a long term internship. According to the study plan students have to attend the internship in some of the national or international official statistic during the third semester of their study.
Internship is for  30 credits.
Internship gives you the opportunity to deepen your knowledge and skills in a practice.
Internship is splitted to two parts:
  • Practical training at the institution for 320 hours worked (12 credits).
  • Project (for 18 credits) which is developed during the internship under supervision of one teacher and one expert from the institution where the internship was realised.

 

Courses without credits

  • Sport courses
  • Czech language courses:
    Elementery Czech for Foreigners (A2) – 2RU131, Basic Czech for Foreigners (A1) – 2RU135, Elementary Czech for Russian speaking Foreigners (A2) – 2RU138, Czech for Foreign students 1 (3ECTS) 2RU140 + following course Czech for Forign students 2 (3ECTS) 2RU141