Department of International & European Economic Studies

The Department of International and European Studies offers forty eight (48) courses. In order to graduate, each student has to take forty (40) courses plus foreign language courses.

All students have to attend twenty four (24) common compulsory courses. In the 5th Semester students have to choose one out of two orientations: International Economics & Finance, International & European Political Economy. The students who choose the first orientation, have to study successfully nine (9) compulsory and seven (7) optional courses. The students who choose the second orientation, have to study successfully ten (10) compulsory and six (6) optional courses.

Course structure diagram with credits
Academic Year 2013-2014

1st Semester

1. 4101 Microeconomics I

6 ECTS

2. 4105 Mathematics I

6 ECTS

3. 4103 Financial Accounting

6 ECTS

4. 4107 Economic Law

6 ECTS

5. 4109 Contemporary European History

6 ECTS

6. 4111 Computer Applications

6 ECTS

2nd Semester

1. 4102 Macroeconomics I

6 ECTS

2. 4104 Mathematics II

6 ECTS

3. 4108 Statistics

6 ECTS

4. 4106 Finance

6 ECTS

5. 4110 Introduction to Political Science and International Relations

6 ECTS

3rd Semester

1. 4115 Microeconomics II

6 ECTS

2. 4113 Macroeconomics II

6 ECTS

3. 4117 Econometrics I

6 ECTS

4. 4119 Political Integration in the EU

6 ECTS

5. 4126 International Economic Law (R2)

6 ECTS

4th Semester

1. 4112 International Economics

6 ECTS

2. 4114 Econometrics II

6 ECTS

3. 4116 European Law

6 ECTS

4. 4120 Macroeconomic Policies of the EU

6 ECTS

5. 4158 Microeconomics III

6 ECTS

5th Semester

1. 4147 History of Economic Theories (compulsory)

6 ECTS

Students must choose courses from the list below depending on their specialization

2.4123 Game Theory and Applications (R1)

6 ECTS

3.4131 Public Economics (R1)

6 ECTS

4.4160 Banking (R1)

6 ECTS

5.4136 Environmental Economics (R2)

6 ECTS

6.4142 International Organizations (R2)

6 ECTS

7.4943 English 5 (E)

6 ECTS

6th Semester

1. 4156 Macroeconomics III (compulsory)

6 ECTS

2.4151 Taxation Policies (compulsory)

6 ECTS

Students must choose courses from the list below depending on their specialization

3.4124 Applied Econometrics (R1)

6 ECTS

4.4134 Economic Development (R1)

6 ECTS

5.4129 Comparative Politics (R2)

6 ECTS

6.4132 Industrial Organization And Business Strategy (E)

6 ECTS

7. 4162 International Economic Issues (E)

6 ECTS

8.4942 English 6 (E)

6 ECTS

7th Semester

Students must choose courses from the list below depending on their specialization

1. 4137 Portfolio Management (R1)

6 ECTS

2. 4139 International Monetary Economics (R1)

6 ECTS

3.4141 Law of Competition and Market Supervision in the EU (R2)

6 ECTS

4.4149 Market Organization and Supervision (R2)

6 ECTS

5. 4164 Economics of Social Policies in the EU (R2)

6 ECTS

6.4128 External Relations of the EU (R2)

6 ECTS

7.1321 Marxian Economics I (E)

6 ECTS

8.4125 Mathematical Economics (E)

6 ECTS

8th Semester

1.4500 Senior Thesis (compulsory X2)

6 ECTS

Students must choose courses from the list below depending on their specialization

2.4140 International Trade: Theory and Policy (R1)

6 ECTS

3. 4138 Issues In International Finance (R1)

6 ECTS

4. 4144 Political Economy of the EU (R2)

6 ECTS

5. 4133 Labor Economics (R2)

6 ECTS

6. 4146 Financial Econometrics (E)

6 ECTS

Total of programme credits:

240 ECTS


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