Master Programmes 2013-2014

Bachelor programme Economics and Business Economics Specialisation Economics and Management of Information 2013-2014

Year 1

Term I 1
2
3
Term II
4
5
6

Year 2

Term III 1
2
3
Term IV
4
5
6

Year 3

Term V 1 Study Abroad
2
3
Term VI
4
5
6

*Electives
Economics and Management of Information Students must choose 3 electives. At least one of these electives has to be a Quantitative Economics Elective.

Bachelor programme Economics and Business Economics 2013-2014 Specialisation International Business Economics

Year 1

Term I 1
2
3
Term II
4
5
6

After the first year, Economics and Business Economics students must choose a specialisation in either International Business Economics, International Economic Studies or Infonomics. For the three specialisations, the curricula will differ. As such, the second year consists of compulso¬ry courses specifically designed for each specialisation. In the third year, there is some room or personal accents through the choice of a specific major and/or electives. Moreover, a personal touch can be given by the choice of courses during the obligatory half-year study abroad.

The Bachelor thesis in the form of a capstone assignment concludes the programme. The Overview table above shows the general outline of the programmes.
Choice of study direction:
All Economics and Business Economics students have to indicate their specialisation via MyUM portal before the start of the second year.
Students will be informed about this during the Study Choice Information Day (period 5). Instructions are available on ELEUM

Year 2

Term III 1
2
3
Term IV
4
5
6

Year 3

 MARKETING  SUPPLY
CHAIN MAN.
 ORGANISATION  STRATEGY  FINANCE  ACCOUNTING   INF.
MANAGEMENT

Term

V

1 Brand Management (EBC2062)  and
Elective*
Operations Management (EBC2064)  and
Elective*
Crisis Management in organisations (EBC2100)  and
Elective*
Business and Politics in Europe (EBC2051)  and
Elective*
Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management (EBC2054)  and
Elective*
SAB Information Management (EBC2060)  and
Elective*
2 Strategic Marketing (EBC2063)  and
Elective*
Global Supply Chain Management (EBC2030) and Elective* Comparative Management (EBC2067)  and
Elective*
International Business History (EBC2069)  and
Elective*
Financial Management and Policy (EBC2055)  and
Elective*
Knowledge Management (EBC2039) and Elective*
3 Skills Skills Skills Skills Skills Skills Skills

Term

VI

4 Consumer Behaviour (EBC2041)  and
Elective*
Global Transportation Management (EBC2065)  and
Elective*
Organisation Design (EBC2047)  and
Elective*
Project & Production Management (EBC2050)  and
Elective*
International Financial Management (EBC2070)  and
Elective*
 Management Accounting
(EBC2059)
 Internal Control and Accounting Information Systems
(EBC2057)
Systems Analysis and Design (EBC2072)  and
Elective*
5 Services Marketing (EBC2043)  and
Elective*
E-Supply Chain Management (EBC2045)  and
Elective*
Organisational Behaviour (EBC2048)  and
Elective*
Business Innovation (EBC2068)  and
Elective*
Options and Futures (EBC2053)  and
Elective*
 Auditing (EBC2058)  International Financial
Accounting (EBC2056)
ERP and Business Intelligence Systems (EBC2061)  and
Elective*
6 Skills/Capstone Skills/Capstone Skills/Capstone Skills/Capstone Skills/Capstone  Skills/Capstone Skills/Capstone

*Electives:
QE Electives

Information Management Electives

Economics Electives

Year 2 consists entirely of compulsory courses, except for the skills training in course period 6, which can be freely chosen from a list of IBE skills.

In year 3 IBE students are free to choose their programme within the framework of the examination rules. These stipulate that IBE students must choose one of the seven majors offered by the school: Accounting, Finance, Information Management, Supply Chain Management, Marketing, Organisation, and Strategy. Each major consists of two courses. Except for Accounting, 2 courses from each specialisation are offered in each term. Thus students can choose their major independent from their choice of term in which they go abroad. Courses of the specialisation Accounting are only offered in term VI.

In addition, a student must choose 2 electives. One of these electives has to be one of the courses from the major Information Management, the other has to be an economics or quantitative economics elective. An exception applies to students who do a major in Accounting. These students may choose next to their 2 major courses in accounting another 2 courses in accounting. Thereby they can fulfil the prerequisites for the postdoctoral program in accounting. An exception also applies if a student has chosen Information Management as major. In this case, the student may choose in place of a 3rd course in Information Management any course from the other business majors.

Finally students have to study abroad for half a year in which they have to obtain 26 ECTS which is the equivalent of 4 courses.

The Bachelor’s programme IBE is completed with two skills trainings to be chosen from the school’s programme and the capstone assignment

Master Financial Economics 2013-2014

MSC Financial Economics – specialisation Asset Pricing

Start in September

1

ECB and Monetary Policy (EBC4023)


Quantitative Techniques for Financial Economics (EBC4097)

2

Institutional Investors (EBC4054)


Elective

3

Writing a Master’s Thesis
(EBS4012)

4

Fixed Income Management (EBC4058)

Master’s Thesis

5


Empirical Analysis of Financial Markets (EBC4010)

Master’s Thesis

6

Master’s Thesis

Start in February

4

Fixed Income Management (EBC4058)


Quantitative Techniques for Financial Economics (EBC4097)

5


Empirical Analysis of Financial Markets (EBC4010)

Elective

6

Writing a Master’s Thesis
(EBS4012)

1

ECB and Monetary Policy (EBC4023)

Master’s Thesis

2

Institutional Investors (EBC4054)

Master’s Thesis

3

Master’s Thesis

MSC Financial Economics – specialisation Banking

Start in September

1

ECB and Monetary Policy (EBC4023)


Quantitative Techniques for Financial Economics (EBC4097)

2

Global Banking (EBC4060)

Elective

3

Writing a Master’s Thesis
(EBS4012)

4

Fixed Income Management (EBC4058)

Master’s Thesis

5

Risk Management (EBC4056)

Master’s Thesis

6

Master’s Thesis

Start February

4

Fixed Income Management (EBC4058)


Quantitative Techniques for Financial Economics (EBC4097)

5

Risk Management (EBC4056)

Elective

6

Writing a Master’s Thesis
(EBS4012)

1

ECB and Monetary Policy (EBC4023)

Master’s Thesis

2

Global Banking (EBC4060)

Master’s Thesis

3

Master’s Thesis

MSC Financial Economics – specialisation Financial Analysis

Start in September

1

ECB and Monetary Policy (EBC4023)


Quantitative Techniques for Financial Economics (EBC4097)

2

Accounting for Financial markets (EBC4103)

Elective

3

Writing a Master’s Thesis
(EBS4012)

4

Fixed Income Management (EBC4058)

Master’s Thesis

5


Empirical Analysis of Financial Markets (EBC4010)

Master’s Thesis

6

Master’s Thesis

Start February

4

Fixed Income Management (EBC4058)


Quantitative Techniques for Financial Economics (EBC4097)

5


Empirical Analysis of Financial Markets (EBC4010)

Elective

6

Writing a Master’s Thesis
(EBS4012)

1

ECB and Monetary Policy (EBC4023)

Master’s Thesis

2

Accounting for financial Markets (EBC4103)

Master’s Thesis

3

Master’s Thesis

 

 

List of Electives (preferably taken in 2 or 5 but 1, 4 also possible)

–          Stochastic Processes (EBC4004)

–          Time Series Methods and Dynamic Econometrics (EBC4008)

–          Open Macroeconomics: Europe and the World Economy (EBC4029)

–          Management of financial crises (EBC 4152)

–          Econometric methods for Cross-Sectional and Panel Data (EBC4006) 

–          Real estate finance (EBC4055)

–          Equity analysis and portfolio management (EBC4112)

–          Courses not taken from other specializations

MSC Financial Economics – No specialisation

Start in September

1

ECB and Monetary Policy (EBC4023)


Quantitative Techniques for Financial Economics (EBC4097)

2

Integration Course or Elective * *

Elective
*

3

Writing a Master’s Thesis
(EBS4012)

4

Fixed Income Management (EBC4058)

Master’s Thesis

5

Integration Course or Elective *

Master’s Thesis

6

Master’s Thesis

Start February

4

Fixed Income Management (EBC4058)


Quantitative Techniques for Financial Economics (EBC4097)

5

Integration Course or Elective *

Elective
*

6

Writing a Master’s Thesis
(EBS4012)

1

ECB and Monetary Policy (EBC4023)

Master’s Thesis

2

Integration Course orElective *

Master’s Thesis

3

Master’s Thesis

**Choose 1 integration course out of

Global Banking (EBC4060)

Empirical Analysis of Financial Markets (EBC4010)

*Choose two electives from (preferably taken in 2 or 5 but 1, 4 also possible)

Stochastic Processes (EBC4004)

Time Series Methods and Dynamic Econometrics (EBC4008)

Open Macroeconomics: Europe and the World Economy (EBC4029)

Management of financial crises (EBC 4152)

-Econometric methods for Cross-Sectional and Panel Data (EBC4006)

Real estate finance (EBC4055)

Equity analysis and portfolio management (EBC4112)

– Specialisation courses

– Remaining integration course

MSc Economic Studies 2013- 2014

MSc Economic Studies  – Specialisation: Competition and Regulation 2013- 2014

Start September

1

Advanced Microeconomics (EBC4201)

Advanced Macroeconomics (EBC4186)

2


Market Regulation & Information Economics (EBC4192)

Elective

3

Writing a Master’s Thesis (EBS4015)

4

Human Behaviour & Economic Policy (EBC4202)

Master’s Thesis

5


Strategic Firm Behaviour & Competition Policy (EBC4194)

Master’s Thesis

6

Master’s Thesis

Start February

4

Advanced Microeconomics (EBC4201)

Advanced Macroeconomics (EBC4186)

5


Strategic Firm Behaviour & Competition Policy (EBC4194)

Elective

6

Writing a Master’s Thesis (EBS4015)

1

Human Behaviour & Economic Policy (EBC4202)

Master’s Thesis

2


Market Regulation & Information Economics (EBC4192)

Master’s Thesis

3

Master’s Thesis

 

MSc Economic Studies – Specialisation: European Economic Policy 2013- 2014

Start September

1

Advanced Microeconomics (EBC4201)

Advanced Macroeconomics (EBC4186)

2

Macroeconomic Policy in Europe (EBC4191)

Elective

3

Writing a Master’s Thesis (EBS4015)

4

Economic and Social Policy Research (EBC4089)

Master’s Thesis

5

Growth and Innovation in Europe (EBC4020)

Master’s Thesis

6

Master’s Thesis

Start February

4

Advanced Microeconomics (EBC4201)

Advanced Macroeconomics (EBC4186)

5

Growth and Innovation in Europe (EBC4020)

Elective

6

Writing a Master’s Thesis (EBS4015)

1

Economic and Social Policy Research (EBC4089)

Master’s Thesis

2

Macroeconomic Policy in Europe (EBC4191)

Master’s Thesis

3

Master’s Thesis

MSc Economic Studies – Specialisation: Global Economics 2013-2014

Start September

1

Advanced Microeconomics (EBC4201)

Advanced Macroeconomics (EBC4186)

2


International Trade, Technology and Distribution (EBC4036)

Elective

3

Writing a Master’s Thesis (EBS4015)

4

Economic and Social Policy Research (EBC4089)

Master’s Thesis

5

Emergence of the Global Economy (EBC4153)

Master’s Thesis

6

Master’s Thesis

Start February

4

Advanced Microeconomics (EBC4201)

Advanced Macroeconomics (EBC4186)

5

Emergence of the Global Economy (EBC4153)

Elective

6

Writing a Master’s Thesis (EBS4015)

1

Economic and Social Policy Research (EBC4089)

Master’s Thesis

2


International Trade, Technology and Distribution (EBC4036)

Master’s Thesis

3

Master’s Thesis

MSc Economic Studies – Specialisation: Managerial Economics 2013-2014

Start September

1

Advanced Microeconomics (EBC4201)

Advanced Macroeconomics (EBC4186)

2

Negotiation & Allocation (EBC4193)

Elective

3

Writing a Master’s Thesis (EBS4015)

4

Human Behaviour & Economic Policy (EBC4202)

Master’s Thesis

5

Economics @ Work (EBC4196)

Master’s Thesis

6

Master’s Thesis

Start February

4

Advanced Microeconomics (EBC4201)

Advanced Macroeconomics (EBC4186)

5

Economics @ Work (EBC4196)

Elective

6

Writing a Master’s Thesis (EBS4015)

1

Human Behaviour & Economic Policy (EBC4202)

Master’s Thesis

2

Negotiation & Allocation (EBC4193)

Master’s Thesis

3

Master’s Thesis

MSc Economic Studies – Specialisation: Public Economics and Policy 2013-2014

Start September

1

Advanced Microeconomics (EBC4201)

Advanced Macroeconomics (EBC4186)

2

Political Economy (EBC4096)

Elective

3

Writing a Master’s Thesis (EBS4015)

4

Human Behaviour & Economic Policy (EBC4202)

Master’s Thesis

5

Public Policy Evaluation (EBC4030)

Master’s Thesis

6

Master’s Thesis

Start February

4

Advanced Microeconomics (EBC4201)

Advanced Macroeconomics (EBC4186)

5

Public Policy Evaluation (EBC4030)

Elective

6

Writing a Master’s Thesis (EBS4015)

1

Human Behaviour & Economic Policy (EBC4202)

Master’s Thesis

2

Political Economy (EBC4096)

Master’s Thesis

3

Master’s Thesis

MSc Economic Studies – Specialisation: Social Economics 2013-2014

Start September

1

Advanced Microeconomics (EBC4201)

Advanced Macroeconomics (EBC4186)

2

Economic Analysis of Social Behaviour (EBC4022)

Elective

3

Writing a Master’s Thesis (EBS4015)

4

Economic and Social Policy Research (EBC4089)

Master’s Thesis

5

Nature of Human Motivation (EBC4032)

Master’s Thesis

6

Master’s Thesis

Start February

4

Advanced Microeconomics (EBC4201)

Advanced Macroeconomics (EBC4186)

5

Nature of Human Motivation (EBC4032)

Elective

6

Writing a Master’s Thesis (EBS4015)

1

Economic and Social Policy Research (EBC4089)

Master’s Thesis

2

Economic Analysis of Social Behaviour (EBC4022)

Master’s Thesis

3

Master’s Thesis

MSc Economic Studies – no Specialisation 2013-2014

Start September

1

Advanced Microeconomics (EBC4201)

Advanced Macroeconomics (EBC4186)

2

Elective

Electivee

3

Writing a Master’s Thesis (EBS4015)

4

Human Behaviour & Economic Policy (EBC4202)

or

Economic and Social Policy Research (EBC4089)

Master’s Thesis

5

Elective

Master’s Thesis

6

Master’s Thesis

Start February

4

Advanced Microeconomics (EBC4201)

Advanced Macroeconomics (EBC4186)

5

Elective

Elective

6

Writing a Master’s Thesis (EBS4015)

1

Human Behaviour & Economic Policy (EBC4202)

or

Economic and Social Policy Research (EBC4089)

Master’s Thesis

2

Elective

Master’s Thesis

3

Master’s Thesis

Master Economic and Financial Research 2013-2014 [Research Master]

Year 1

1


Empirical Econometrics 1 (EBC4184)

Mathematical Research tools (EBC4182)

World of Research (EBS4010)

2

Microeconomics I (EBC4061)

Macroeconomics I (EBC4063)

3

Topics in Computational Econometrics (EBS4007)

4

Microeconomics II (EBC4204)

Financial Markets (EBC4077)

5

Empirical Econometrics 2 (EBC4205)

Research strategy (EBC4125)

6

Experimental economic methods (EBS4026)

The core courses from the first semester are compulsory. Student may chose two out of the four remaining core courses in the second semester and substitute
the two others with courses taken from the list of specialisation courses or from the list of electives. Electives are provided at the SBE or at selected
universities [abroad] and in joint graduate programs we participate in [such as LNMB]. Taking courses not offered by SBE requires approval by GSBE and the
Board of Examiners.

World of Research is a compulsory skill. For the second skills, students have to choose between Computational Econometrics (EBS4007) in period 3 or
Experimental economic methods (EBS4026) in period 6

Year 2

1

Specialisation** course 1

Specialisation course 2

2

Specialisation course 3

Specialisation course 4

3

Presentation skills (EBS4021)

4

Master Thesis

5

6

** Specialisation courses can be provided at the SBE or at selected universities [abroad] and in joint graduate programs we participate in [such as LNMB].
Taking courses not offered by SBE requires approval by GSBE and the Board of Examiners.

Special track: Econometrics
Year 1:

1

Stochastic Processes (EBC4004)

Game Theory and Optimisation (4188
)

or

Elective
*** or core course

World of research (EBS4010)

2

Time Series and Dynamic Econometrics (EBC4008)

or Social Choice Theory (EBC4005)

Elective
*** or core course

3

Topics in Computational Econometrics (EBS4007)

4


Econometric Methods for Cross Sectional and Panel Data (EBC4006)

or

Industrial Economics (EBC4007)

Elective
*** or core course

5


Empirical Analysis of Financial Market (EBC4010)

or


Equilibrium Theory and Financial markets (EBC4009)

Elective
*** or core course

6

World of Research is a compulsory skill. For the second skills, students following the Econometrics track have to choose Computational Econometrics
(EBS4007) in period 3

*** Choice from EFR electives

Year 2

1

Specialisation** course 1

Specialisation course 2

2

Specialisation course 3

Specialisation course 4

3

Presentation Skills (EBS4021)

4

Master Thesis

5

6

** Specialisation courses can be provided at the SBE or at selected universities [abroad] and in joint graduate programs we participate in [such as LNMB].
Taking courses not offered by SBE requires approval by GSBE and the Board of Examiners.

Specialisation courses

The GSBE research programmes offers the following specialisation courses.

Economic Theory, Behaviour & Computing (ETBC)

Econometrics, Finance & Monetary Economics (EFME)

Development & Utilisation of Human Resources (DUHR):

· Advanced Labour: The Economics of Employment Protection period 2 (course at the Bonn Graduate School of Economics – BGSE)

Technology, Innovation & Industrial Dynamics (TIID)

Capita Selecta Economic and Financial Research (EBC4190)

· Capita Selecta Economic and Financial ResearcH (EBC4190: One of the specialisation courses can be replaced by the course Capita Selecta EFR for which the
content may varies over the four programmes involved in the EFR master (ETBC, DUHR, TIID, and EFME). This course is offered in periods 1,2,4,5.

· Specialisation courses can be provided at selected universities [abroad] and in joint graduate programs we participate in [such as LNMB]. Taking courses
not offered by SBE requires approval by GSBE and the Board of Examiners.


List of Electives for the EFR research master

  • Stochastic Processes (EBC4004) period 1
  • Time Series and Dynamic Econometrics (EBC4008) period 2
  • Writing a Referee Report EBS4024 period 6
  • Econometric Methods for Cross Sectional and Panel Data (EBC4006) period 4
  • Industrial Economics (EBC4007) period 4
  • Capita Selecta Quantitative Economics EBC4011 period 5
  • Empirical Analysis of Financial Market (EBC4010) period 5
  • Equilibrium Theory and Financial markets (EBC4009) period 5
  • Risk Management EBC4056 period 5
  • Social Choice Theory (EBC4005) period 2
  • Game Theory and Optimisation (4188) period 1
  • Capita Selecta Economic and Financial Research (EBC4190)

· Electives can be provided at selected universities [abroad] and in joint graduate programs we participate in [such as LNMB]. Taking courses not offered
by SBE requires approval by GSBE and the Board of Examiners.

  • Courses from the BR research master can also be taken as electives upon approval by GSBE and the Board of Examiners.

Master Business Research [Research Master] 2013-2014

Year 1

1

Business Research Design (EBC4070)

IB Elective 1

World of Research (EBS4010)

2

Applied Quantitative Analysis (EBC4183)

IB Elective 2

3

Data Analysis Skills (EBS4001)

4


Advanced Quantitative Research Methods in Business I (EBC4134)

IB Elective 3

5


Advanced Quantitative Research Methods in Business II (EBC4135
)

IB Elective 4

6

 

Year 2: variant 1

1

Specialisation**

Free/methodology elective*

2

Specialisation**

Free/methodology elective*

3

Presentation Skills (EBS4021)

4

Master’s Thesis

5
6

 

Year 2: variant 2

1

Specialisation**

Master’s Thesis

2

Specialisation**

3

Presentation Skills (EBS4021)

4

Free/methodology elective*

Master’s Thesis

5

Free/methodology elective*

6

Master’s Thesis

* Students should choose at least one methodology elective

Methodology elective

Free electives

** Specialisation  Marketing 
Research Methods in Services Marketing (EBC4138)  – period 1
Advanced Consumer Behaviour (EBC4137) – period 2

** Specialisation Organisation & Strategy

Advanced Research in Organisations (EBC4139) – period 1

Advanced Research in Strategy (EBC4140) – period 2
** Specialisation Information Management & Accounting
Advanced Course in Accounting (EBC4132) – period 1
Advanced Course in Information Management (EBC4133) – period 2

Specialisation courses can be provided at the SBE or at selected universities (abroad) and in joint graduate programs we participate in (such as LNMB).

Special track: Operations Research

Year 1: Orientation

1

Game Theory and Optimisation (EBC4188)

Stochastic Processes (EBC4004)

World of Research (EBS4010)

2

Algorithms and Optimisation (EBC4049)

Elective
***

3

Operations Research Software (EBS4008)

4

Modelling and Solver Technology (EBC4051)

Elective
***

5

Operations Research Applications (EBC4187)

Elective
***

6

Year 2: Specialisation

1

Elective
***

Elective
***

2

Elective
***

Elective
***

3

Presentation Skills (EBS4021)

4

Master’s Thesis

5
6

*** Choice from BR electives or EFR specialisation and electives approved by GSBE,
or Courses offered by the LNMB (Dutch national OR network), or courses offered by DKE Master knowledge engineering.

BR electives
IB Elective

Methodology elective

Free electives

Bachelor programme International Business 2013-2014

Year 1

Term I 1
2
3
Term II
4
5
6

 

Year 2

Term III 1
2
3
Term IV
4
5
6

Year 3

MARKETING SUPPLY
CHAIN MAN.
ORGANISATION STRATEGY FINANCE ACCOUNTING INF.
MANAGEMENT

Term

V

1 Brand Management (EBC2062) and
Elective*
Operations Management (EBC2064) and
Elective*
Crisis Management in organisations (EBC2100) and
Elective*
Business and Politics in Europe (EBC2051) and
Elective*
Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management (EBC2054) and
Elective*
SAB Information Management (EBC2060) and
Elective*
2 Strategic Marketing (EBC2063) and
Elective*
Global Supply Chain Management (EBC2030) and Elective* Comparative Management (EBC2067) and
Elective*
International Business History (EBC2069) and
Elective*
Financial Management and Policy (EBC2055) and
Elective*
Knowledge Management (EBC2039) and Elective*
3 Skills Skills Skills Skills Skills Skills Skills

Term

VI

4 Consumer Behaviour (EBC2041) and
Elective*
Global Transportation Management (EBC2065) and
Elective*
Organisation Design (EBC2047) and
Elective*
Project & Production Management (EBC2050) and
Elective*
International Financial Management (EBC2070) and
Elective*
Management Accounting
(EBC2059)
Internal Control and Accounting Information Systems
(EBC2057)
Systems Analysis and Design (EBC2072) and
Elective*
5 Services Marketing (EBC2043) and
Elective*
E-Supply Chain Management (EBC2045) and
Elective*
Organisational Behaviour (EBC2048) and
Elective*
Business Innovation (EBC2068) and
Elective*
Options and Futures (EBC2053) and
Elective*
Auditing (EBC2058) International Financial
Accounting (EBC2056)
ERP and Business Intelligence Systems (EBC2061) and
Elective*
6 Skills/Capstone Skills/Capstone Skills/Capstone Skills/Capstone Skills/Capstone Skills/Capstone Skills/Capstone

The second year consists of compulsory courses, except for the skills training in teaching period 6, which can be freely chosen from a list of IB skills

 

In the third year, the student can compose a study programme of his or her own interest, of course within the framework of the examination rules. These stipulate in the first place that IB students must choose courses from the seven majors offered by the school: Accounting, Finance, Information Management, Supply Chain Management, Marketing, Organisation, and Strategy. Each major consists of four courses, out of which students have to choose two courses in the same major. Except for Accounting, 2 courses from each specialisation are offered in each term. Thus, students can choose their major independent from their choice of term in which they go abroad. Courses of the specialisation Accounting are only offered in term VI.

 

* In addition, a student must choose 2 electives. One of these is a business elective.

The business elective has to be chosen from one of the other 6 specialisations. The other elective can freely be chosen from the lists of QE/Economics/Law/Ethics electives. An exception applies to students who do a major in Accounting. These students may choose next to their 2 major courses in Accounting another 2 courses in Accounting. Thereby they can fulfil the prerequisites for the postdoctoral programme in Accounting.

 

The Bachelor’s programme IB is completed with a skills training to be chosen from the school’s programme, a study period abroad to obtain 26 ECTS and the Capstone.

 

Bachelor programme Economics and Business Economics Specialisation International Economic Studies 2013-2014

Year 1

Term I 1
2
3
Term II
4
5
6

Year 2

Term III 1
2
3
Term IV
4
5
6

Year 3

Term V 1 Study Abroad
2
3
Term VI
4
Elective*
Elective*
5
Elective*
Elective*
6

*International Economics Students must choose 4 electives. One of these electives
has to be a QE Elective, one from the list of IBE elective and 2 IES Electives.