|Der Masterstudiengang M.Sc. Economics auf einen Blick|
Master of Science (M.S.)
nur zum Wintersemester
15. Feb. - 31. März
35 (WiSe 2011/12)
Der Studiengang ist englischsprachig. Er besteht in einer ein- und einer zweijährigen Programmversion.
|Kennzeichen des Masterstudiengangs M.Sc. Economics|
|The regular two-year version of the programme includes:|
|•Three high-level and research oriented core courses in the first semester (Advanced Microeconomics, Advanced Macroeconomics, and Advanced Econometrics).|
|•Five optional courses in theoretical and applied economics in the second and third semester. Options likely to be offered are Business Cycle Theory, Economic Growth, Forecasting, International Economics, DSGE Modelling, Financial Economics, Real Option Theory, Public Choice, Political Economy, Public Finance, Game Theory, History of Economic Thought or Economics of Climate Change.|
|•Research training through a Master thesis in the fourth semester.|
|Students with a four-year Bachelor degree can shorten the programme to one year upon approval of the programme director. A part-time programme is also available.|
|The programme is completely taught in English.
International exchange programme
In their second semester, all students may participate in the international exchange programme the “The Scottish Graduate Programme in Economics”. This programme combines the research and teaching expertise of eight established Scottish Universities. Up to five optional courses in areas such as Environmental Economics, Financial Economics, Economics of Transition, Development Economics, Industrial Economics, Labour Economics etc. can be studied. Currently, the Scottish programme is located in the beautiful and historic city of Edinburgh.