For the M.Sc. in Economics you can choose between five specializations that teach you to apply rigorous economic theories and methods to analyze different sets of question:
"Energy Economics" addresses questions like: How do energy markets works? When and how to regulate the energy markets? How does national and international climate- and environmental policies affects the energy markets? Is leaving the oil in the ground the best climate policy? What does the sustainable energy future look like?
|ECN275||Natural Resource and Environmental Economics - theory*||10||S|
|ECN375||Natural Resource and Environmental Economics - theory and applications *||10||S|
|ECN376||Natural Resource and Environmental Economics - applications **||5||S|
|ECN380||Energy Markets and Regularion||10||F|
|BUS320||Empirical Analyses of Financial and Commodity Markets II||7,5||F|
|BUS321||Empirical Analysis of Financial and Commodity Markets, Theory||5||Jun|
|ECN372||Climate and Environmental Economics||10||F|
|M30-ECON||Master Thesis with seminar||30||Jan/S|
* There is 5 ECTS overlap between ECN275 and ECN375. Students who have ECN275 or similar course in their bachelor will receive 5 ECTS when taking ECN375, since there is 5 ECTS overlap between those two courses.
** There is 5 ECTS overlap between ECN375 and ECN376.
For this profile students are adviced to have the course BUS220 Finance and Investment in the bachelor degree.