154-0300 – Finance (FIN)

Gurantor departmentDepartment of Finance
Subject guarantorprof. Dr. Ing. Dana Dluhošová
Study levelundergraduate or graduate
Subject version
Version codeYear of introductionYear of cancellationCredits
154-0300/01 1999/2000 5
154-0300/02 2003/2004 2007/2008 5
154-0300/03 2003/2004 2006/2007 5
154-0300/04 2003/2004 2004/2005 5
154-0300/05 2004/2005 2006/2007 5
154-0300/06 2004/2005 5
154-0300/07 2003/2004 2006/2007 5
154-0300/08 2019/2020 5

Subject aims expressed by acquired skills and competences

The aim of the course is to learn the students fundamental principles of corporate finance. Students will be able: - to describe financial systemand to identify basic relationships between company and its surrounding, - to explain financial statements of a company, - to analyze financial situation of a company, - to describe financial sources, - to valuate an investment projects by applying given criterions.

Teaching methods



The subject is focused on different areas of financial management and decision – making of a firm including its relation to economics surroundings. The aim is to present complex view on a firm’s management and micro and macro aspect of entrepreneurial activities. Teaching is based on present situation in the Czech Republic including actual legal changes.

Compulsory literature:

DLUHOŠOVÁ, Dana a kol. Finanční řízení a rozhodování podniku. Praha: EKOPRESS, 2010. 225 s. ISBN 978-80-86929-44-6. MAREK, Petr. Studijní průvodce financemi podniku. Praha: EKOPRESS, 2006. 624 s. ISBN 978-80-86929-49-1. RICHTAROVÁ, Dagmar a kol. Sbírka příkladů z finančního řízení a rozhodování podniku. EkF VŠB-TU Ostrava, 2013. 208 s. ISBN 978-80-248-3169-5.

Recommended literature:

FOTR, J., SOUČEK, I. Podnikatelský záměr a investiční rozhodování. Praha: Grada, 2005. 356 s. ISBN 80-247-0939-2. GRÜNWALD, R., HOLEČKOVÁ, J. Finanční analýza a plánování podniku. Praha: Ekopress, 2007. 318 s. ISBN 978-80-86929-26-2. KEOWN, A. J., MARTIN, J. D. and J. W. PETTY. Foundations of Finance. Pearson Education, 2011. 522 p. ISBN-13: 978-0-13-512236-5.


Subject has no prerequisities.


Subject has no co-requisities.