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Study Plan

Study Plan 2019-2020

Compulsory crash courses are designed to refresh knowledge in crucial areas and thereby give you the chance to start the Master with greater confidence. Crash courses are also very useful to refresh your English language if you are not used to study and communicate in English on a regular basis:

I year

Winter semester

Spring Semester

II Year - activated from 2020-2021

Compulsory course:

  • Public policies: module A - Nudging - 8 ECTS
  • Public policies: module B - Evaluation Methods - 8 ECTS

One compulsory course to be chosen between:

  • Behavioural Economics: Module A - Theory - 8 ECTS
  • Behavioural Economics: Module B - Experimental Methods - 6 ECTS

or

  • Applied Economics: Module A - Applied industrial dynamics - 8 ECTS
  • Applied Economics: Module B - Labour Markets - 6 ECTS

One compulsory course to be chosen between:

  • Data mining and statistical learning - 6 ECTS
  • Behavioural Finance - 6 ECTS

Electives - 8 ECTS:

Internship - 4 ECTS

IT Skills - 2 ECTS

Master Thesis - 14 ECTS