Course title: 
Corporate law
Primary programme: 
Fizikus mérnök BSc
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Responsible lecturer: 
Dr. Anikó Grad-Gyenge, associate professor, PhD, habil.
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Course description: 
The main objective of the course is to provide specialized knowledge of corporate law and related areas of law in the training system of students. In compiling the knowledge base, we set approach for sup-porting the students with a complex and higher level of knowledge in private and civil law. Our goal is also to enable students to recognize emerging legal issues while using individual and organizational forms of learning. In the everyday business, it is essential that an economic expert also be able to navigate between different forms of entrepreneurship, and bears the necessary knowledge to run and manage companies – in various forms. The subject matter of the subject therefore consists of several larger units: basically provides the economic legal status (emphatically on corporate law) knowledge, based on the rules of the Civil Code; and also gives access to the legal regulation of related fields such as competition law, tax law, banking law and intellectual property law. In discussing the certain areas of knowledge, the course pays special attention to approach the thoughts and interest of economics students, so they can learn not only the substantive rules, but also the rules of procedure. Due to the complexity of the topics, the students also need the innovative and creative thinking of the subject.
Reading materials: 
Sándor István (szerk).: Business law in Hungary Patrocínium, Budapest, 2016
List of competences: 
Please find the detailed list, as quoted from the Hungarian training and outcome requirements of the Physicist Engineer program, in the Hungarian version of the course description.