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Curriculum

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Semester Module title Hours/week ECTS Form of assessment
1 International Economics I
Lecture and tutorial
2+1 5 Written exam (60 minutes)
1 Development Economics I
Lecture and tutorial
2+1 5 Written exam (60 minutes)
1 Research Methods I
Lecture and tutorial
2 5 Written exam (60 minutes)
1 Elective module I
Seminar or lecture and tutorial
2/2+1 5 For seminars: Presentation and term paper (15 pages); for lectures: written exam (60 minutes)
1 Elective Complementary Module I
varying course type
4-5 10 Course achievement without grade
2 International Economics II
Seminar
2 5 Presentation and term paper (15 pages)
2 Development Economics II
Seminar
2 5 Presentation and term paper (15 pages)
2 Research Methods II
Seminar
2 5 Presentation and term paper (15 pages)
2 International Business Ethics I
Lecture and tutorial
2+1 5 Written exam (60 minutes)
2 Regional Module I
Seminar or lecture and tutorial
2/2+1 5 For seminars: Presentation and term paper (15 pages); for lectures: written exam (60 minutes)
2 Elective module II
Seminar or lecture and tutorial
2/2+1 5 For seminars: Presentation and term paper (15 pages); for lectures: written exam (60 minutes)
3 International Business Ethics II
Seminar
2 5 Presentation and term paper (15 pages)
3 Regional module II
Seminar or lecture and tutorial
2/2+1 5 For seminars: Presentation and term paper (15 pages); for lectures: written exam (60 minutes)
3 Elective module III
Seminar or lecture and tutorial
2/2+1 5 For seminars: Presentation and term paper (15 pages); for lectures: written exam (60 minutes)
3 Elective module IV
Seminar or lecture and tutorial
2/2+1 5 For seminars: Presentation and term paper (15 pages); for lectures: written exam (60 minutes)
3 Elective Complementary Module II
Varying course type
4-5 10 course achievement without grade
4 Master thesis  30

Regional modules

Within the regional modules, students broaden their economic knowledge in view of a specific region.

Recurring regional modules

Please note that we cannot guarantee that the classes listed below will be offered in all upcoming semesters. Due to changes in our team, shifts of teaching load or focuses, the offered classes might change.

Non-recurring regional modules (taught in the winter semester 2018/19 or summer semester 2019)

Regional modules that are currently not taught

Elective modules

Students are advised to take elective modules offered by the Institute of Economics covering special fields of the theory and policy of economic development.

Recurring elective modules

Please note that we cannot guarantee that the classes listed below will be offered in all upcoming semesters. Due to changes in our team, shifts of teaching load or focuses, the offered classes might change.

The regional modules listed above are normally eligible as elective modules, too.

Non-recurring elective modules (taught in the winter semester 2018/19 or summer semester 2019)

Elective modules that are currently not taught

Elective complementary modules

For the elective complementary modules, students enrol in graduate-level courses on diverse topics of International Studies, including language studies, offered by the Faculty of Humanity and Social Sciences, as well as by the Faculty of Law, Business and Economics.

Recurring regional modules from the Institute of Economics

Please note that we cannot guarantee that the classes listed below will be offered in all upcoming semesters. Due to changes in our team, shifts of teaching load or focuses, the offered classes might change.

The regional and elective modules listed above are normally eligible as elective complementary modules, too.