School of Economics and Business

  1. Economics, Business and Sustainability
    Bachelor level, autumn and spring semester
  2. Global Challenges, Sustainability, Economics and Business
    Bachelor level, spring semester
  3. Sustainability, Economics and Business
    Bachelor level, autumn semester
  4. Digitalization and Sustainability
    Bachelor and Master level, autumn and spring semester
  5. Business and Sustainability 
    Master level, autumn and spring semester
  6. Economics and Sustainability
    Master level, autumn and spring semester
  7. Sustainability, Economics and Business
    Master level, Autumn semester
  8. Global Challenges, Sustainability, Economics and Business
    Master level, spring semester

Economics, Business and Sustainability
(Bachelor level)

Economics, Business and Sustainability 
Bachelor level – autumn semester
BUS180 Global Challenges II. Dilemmas and Business Opportunities – 5 credits in August
ECN230 International Economics - 10 credits in autumn
ECN201 Econometrics - 10 credits in autumn

Economics, Business and Sustainability 
Bachelor level – spring semester
INN271 Sustainable Entrepreneurship – 5 credits in January
ECN101 Economics for Environment and Development - 10 credits in spring
ECN271 Cost Benefit Project Evaluation and Environmental Valuation- 10 credits in spring
ECN275 Natural Resource and Environmental Economics – Theory- 10 credits in spring
ECN280 Energy Economics - 10 credits in spring
BUS311 Environmental Management and Sustainability Reporting - 10 credits in spring
AOS120 Marketing  - 5 credits in spring
ECN222 Intermediate Macroeconomics - 10 credits in spring (Offered in spring from 2021).

Global Challenges, Sustainability, Economics and Business
(Bachelor level)

Global Challenges, Sustainability, Economics and Business
Bachelor level - autumn semester
BUS180 Global Challenges II. Dilemmas and Business Opportunities - 5 credits in August
EDS285 Global food system and food security– 10 credits in autumn
EDS225 Linking Ecological and Social Resilience – 10 credits in autumn
EDS230 Development Politics - 10 credits in autumn

Sustainability, Economics and Business
(Bachelor level)

Sustainability, Economics and Business
Bachelor level – spring semester

INN271 Sustainable Entrepreneurship – 5 credits in January
ECN101 Economics for Environment and Development – 10 credits in spring
AOS120 Marketing – 5 credits in spring
EDS130 Introduction to Political Ecology – 10 credits in spring
EDS104 Environmental and Sustainability Science – 10 credits in spring
EDS170 Introduction to Gender and Development - 10 credits in spring

Digitalization and Sustainability
(Bachelor and Master level)

Digitalization and Sustainability – autumn*
BUS180 Global Challenges II. Dilemmas and Business Opportunities or ECN302 Mathematics for Economists – 5 credits in August
ECN306 Economics of Sustainability – 5 credits
INN350 Digitalisation and Digital Business Models – 10 credits
INF221 Computer Science for Data Scientists** or ECN201 Econometrics – 10 credits
ECN230 International Economics – 10 credits
* The courses can be offered for both bachelor and master students with relevant background. See course descriptions for prerequisite.
**Programming skills is a prerequisite

Digitalization and Sustainability – spring*
INN271 Sustainable Entrepreneurship or STAT200 Regression Analysis – 5 credits in January
INN355 Machine Learning for Business Process Optimisation or DAT200 Applied Machine Learning** – 10 credits in Spring parallel
INF230 Data Processing and Analysis*** – 10 credits
MATH280 Applied Linear Algebra**** – 10 Credits
BUS311 Environmental Management and Sustainability Reporting or BUS327 Financial Bubbles, Crashes and Crisis – 5 credits
* The courses can be offered for bachelor and master students with relevant background. See course descriptions for prerequisite.
** 5credits overlap
*** Programming skills is as prerequisite
****Linear Algebra is as prerequisite

Business and Sustainability
(Master level)

Business and Sustainability
Master level – autumn semester
ECN302 Mathematics for Economists – 5 credits in August
BUS322 Financial Investment and Risk Management – 10 credits in autumn
BUS315 Corporate Finance and Valuation – 10 credits in autumn
BUS326 Applied Financial Econometrics or ECN201 Econometrics – 10 credits in autumn
BUS335 Corporate Strategy - Mergers, Acquisitions and Alliances – 10 credits in autumn
ECN306 Economics of Sustainability – 5 credits in autumn

Business and Sustainability
Master level - spring semester
BUS360 Taxes, Inequality, and Sustainability I – 5 credits in January or
INN271 Sustainable Entrepreneurship – 5 credits in January
BUS361 Taxes, Inequality, and Sustainability II – 5 credits* in spring
BUS311 Environmental Management and Sustainability Reporting - 5 credits in spring
BUS327 Financial Bubbles, Crashes and Crisis – 5 credits in spring
BUS323 Energy and commodity market analysis – 10 credits in spring
AOS334 Organization Design – 5 credits in June
*BUS360 Taxes, Inequality, and Sustainability I is a prerequisite course for BUS361 Taxes, Inequality, and Sustainability II.

 Economics and Sustainability
(Master level)

Economics and Sustainability
Master level – autumn semester
ECN302 Mathematics for Economists – 5 credits in August
ECN372 Climate Economics - 10 credits in autumn
ECN380 Energy Markets and Regulation - 10 credits in autumn
ECN230 International Economics - 10 credits in autumn
ECN304 Behavioral and Experimental Economics - 10 credits in autumn
ECN303 Impact Assessment Methods - 10 credits in autumn
ECN306 Economics of Sustainability – 5 credits in autumn

Economics and sustainability
Master level - spring semester
BUS360 Taxes, Inequality, and Sustainability I – 5 credits in January or
INN271 Sustainable Entrepreneurship – 5 credits in January
BUS361 Taxes, Inequality, and Sustainability II – 5 credits* in spring
BUS311 Environmental Management and Sustainability Reporting - 10 credits in spring
ECN352 Poverty - 10 credits in spring
ECN320 Macroeconomics III - 5 credits in spring
ECN350 Development and Global Change - 10 credits in spring
ECN375 Natural Resource and Environmental Economics - theory and applications - 10 credits in spring
*BUS360 Taxes, Inequality, and Sustainability I is a prerequisite course for BUS361 Taxes, Inequality, and Sustainability II.

Sustainability, Economics and Business
(Master level)

Sustainability, Economics and Business
Master level – autumn semester
EDS305 Development Theory and Policy – 10 credits in autumn
ECN230 International Economics - 10 credits in autumn
ECN306 Economics of Sustainability – 5 credits in autumn

Global Challenges, Sustainability, Economics and Business
(Master level)

Global Challenges, Sustainability, Economics and Business
Master level – spring semester
BUS360 Taxes, Inequality, and Sustainability I – 5 credits in January or
INN271 Sustainable Entrepreneurship – 5 credits in January
BUS311 Environmental Management and Sustainability Reporting - 5 credits in spring
BUS327 Financial Bubbles, Crashes and Crisis – 5 credits in spring
BUS361 Taxes, Inequality, and Sustainability II – 5 credits* in spring
EDS348 The Politics and Governance of the Environment – 10 credits in spring
EDS330 Political Ecology – 10 credits in spring
EDS355 Climate Change and Development – 10 credits in spring
*BUS360 Taxes, Inequality, and Sustainability I is a prerequisite course for BUS361 Taxes, Inequality, and Sustainability II.

Published 19. December 2019 - 9:59 - Updated 19. December 2019 - 11:00