Economics and Management
Degree class: L-18
Program Director: Prof. Lucie Courteau
This three-year undergraduate programme focuses on understanding economic situations from all their different perspectives so that its graduates will have acquired knowledge and skills that are sought after in the national and global job markets. The first two years include courses in economics, management, maths, law and statistics so as to provide students with a solid foundation for the third year. Depending on their professional or academic objectives, students can then choose specialized courses to further increase their knowledge and skills in the areas of econometrics, finance, accounting and management.
The three-year programme includes courses in Micro- and Macroeconomics, Industrial Economics, Economic Policy, Management, Strategy, Accounting, Financial Analysis, Marketing, Mathematics for Economists, Statistics, Introduction to legal systems, Business Law, Taxation Law, Communication Skills and Leadership, and Specialised languages for Economics, as well as elective courses such as Auditing, Consumer Behaviour and Econometrics of Financial Markets. The theoretical parts of the course are often complemented with practical activities such as exercises sessions, seminars, laboratories. The programme also includes a compulsory internship and a graduating essay (degree thesis).
Graduates can continue their studies in masters’ programmes or other specialisation courses or they can enter the job market as managers in companies operating in various sectors, from banking to manufacturing or providing services, or in public administration. With its strong international perspective and its trilingual model, this programme prepares graduates for managerial positions in private or public organisations all over the world.
Detailed information about the study programme can be found in Study Manifesto