Find here the structure of the Curriculum of the Master Program.
In the Master Program in Economics we distinguish between two types of modules:
Compulsory Modules (CM)
Those CM must be taken without exception:
- Mathematics for Economists
- Public Economics
Optional Modules (OM)
Please note: For Optional Modules, modules are 'titles' for a variety of courses. As courses are polyvalent, there is a maximum of flexibility to choose out of the different courses in the Optional Modules.
There are OM with 12-ECTS-courses, where an extensive discussion of a certain topic will take place:
- Studies in Economic Theory
- Studies in Economic Analysis and Empirical Economics
- Studies in Public Economics
- Studies in Economic Research
The other categorie of Optional Modules comprises 6-ECTS-courses:
- Topics in Economic Theory - Methods
- Topics in Economic Theory - Applications
- Topics in Economic Analysis and Empirical Economics - Methods
- Topics in Economic Analysis and Empirical Economics - Applications
- Topics in Economic Policy - Methods
- Topics in Economic Policy - Applications
- Advanced Economic Research - Methods
- Advanced Economic Research - Applications
Each module is completed either with a single module-examination or a specified number of sub-module exams. The modules in the curriculum consist of abstract courses. The attribution of the concrete courses can be obtained from the university calendar and from LSF.