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?
|ECN380||Energy Markets and Regularion||10||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|
1) Students with little background in econometrics in their bachelor degree can take ECN 201 the first year, and then ECN301 the second year.
For this plan the students need to have the course BUS220 Finance and Investment in the bachelor degree.