Course Structure


The Master lasts 9 months (from October to June) and is structured in three terms:


I Term (October-December)

II Term (January-March)

 III Term (April-June)

 

Students are invited to active class participation, also via the solution of problems and exercises in small teams and the presentation of term papers.

In each course, students are evaluated with the following grades: A+, A, A-, B+, B, B-, C (passing grade) and F. Generally exams consist of a written test at the end of the respective course, but in some cases the evaluation is based also on other elements (such as midterm exams, term papers, presentations, oral tests, etc.).

Exams cannot be re-taken, unless a student could not sit for it due to events outside his/her control. Also in this case, the exam must be re-taken before the end of the Master program. 

 

Table of Courses

 

COURSES

 

CREDITS

I TERM

·        Mathematics for Economics and Finance

·        Introduction to Econometrics (Statistics)

·        Game Theory

·        Microeconomics I

5

5

5

5

II TERM

·        Econometrics

·        Microeconomics I

·        Asset Pricing

·        Macroeconomics I

5

5

5

5

 

 

 

III TERM

OPTIONAL COURSES

(Students must select a total of 6 courses)

All III term courses

3 credits

 

  • Macroeconomics II
  • Microeconometrics and Panel Data
  • Market Microstructure
  • Derivatives
  • Banking
  • Business Analysis and Evaluation
  • Time Series Econometrics
  • Corporate Finance
  • Law and Economics
  • Economic Theory
  • Portfolio Management
  • Banking Regulation
  • Development Economics
  • Auction Theory

 

FINAL THESIS 

2

TOTAL CREDITS

60

 

 

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