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:
"Trade and Commodity Markets" addresses questions like: How to conduct physical or virtual transactions of buying and selling raw or primary commodities? How does the different financial instruments work? Why globalization of trade? How to construct international trade agreements?
|BUS320||Empirical Analyses of Financial and Commodity Markets II||7,5||F|
|BUS321||Empirical Analysis of Financial and Commodity Markets, Theory||5||Jun|
|BUS323||Commodity Market Analysis (Norwegian)||10||S|
|ECN260||Agricultural policy (Norwegian)||10||F|
|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|
|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.