Master's degree in International Markets
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- Table of adaptation (involving students with a Master's degree in Economics)
- Master's degree educational guide
|YEAR||COMPULSORY SUBJECTS||OPTIONAL SUBJECTS||FINAL MASTER'S DEGREE PROJECT||TOTALS|
|16675301||Final Master's Degree Project||9|
|16675101||The Challenges of Globalisation||3|
|16675102||Innovation in a Global Environment||3|
|16675103||Social Responsibility and Business Ethics||3|
|16675105||Communication and Intercultural Management||3|
|16675107||International Financial Markets||3|
|16675108||Leadership and Decision Making||3|
In this section you will find the list of all the optional subjects on the curriculum. Before you select the subjects you wish to register for, please make sure that they have been activated.
|16675205||Sustainability and the Welfare State||3|
|16675206||Natural Resources and Environmental||3|
|16675207||Territory, Tourism and Energy: Global Challenges||3|
|16675208||Market Competition and Regulation||3|
|16675209||Data Analysis for International Businesses||3|
|16675210||Current Economic Topics I||3|
|16675211||Current Economic Topics II||3|
* Only students who are not studying a research specialty.
Optional subjects for speciality
Students who successfully complete 18 credits from the following subjects will obtain the specialty in research.
|16675212||Analysis of Microeconomic Data||3|
|16675213||Analysis of Macroeconomic Data||3|
|16675214||International Economic Policy||3|
|16675215||Quantitative Techniques I||3|
|16675216||Quantitative Techniques II||3|
|16675218||Studies in the Framework of Mobility Agreements I||3|
|16675219||Studies in the Framework of Mobility Agreements II||6|
|16675220||Studies in the Framework of Mobility Agreements III||9|
(*) Subjects that may only enroll students who made mobility programs.