MASTER’S PROGRAM ECONOMICS AND PUBLIC POLICY (M.Sc.)
Please note: The information given on this page only concerns students of the master’s program EPP (examination regulations PO 2018 or later).
Detailed information on the courses can be found in the faculty’s current course schedules, the module catalogs, in the Digicampus and on the websites of the respective chairs.
The master's program in Economics and Public Policy consists of four terms. Ideally, the first three semesters are used to acquire the neccessary methodical knowledge and expertise to enable you to work on your master's thesis in the fourth term. The program is modular and comprises the module groups Advanced Methods, Major Economics, a Minor and the Master’s thesis. In the module group Advanced Methods students must attend the classes on Macroeconomics, Microeconomics and Econometrics. Within their major and minor, students can choose from a broad variety of topics and subjects
In order to make it easier for you to find your way around in the Major Economics, a list of the courses is given at the end, broken down by the subject areas of the chairs of the Institute of Economics. For more detailed information, please visit the websites of the chairs or get in touch with the contact persons of the respective chairs.
Public Economics: Taxation
Seminar Public Economics
- Computational Overlapping Generation Models
- Macroeconomics (methods course)
- Seminar in Empirical Macroeconomics
- Economic Growth and Development
- Computational Macroeconomics II
- Environmental Economics
- International Environmental Policy II
- Seminar in Environmental and Resource Economics
- Health Economics – Topics
- Health Economics – Financing
- Political Economics
- Microeconomics (Master)
- Seminar on Applied Microeconomics
- Financial Intermediation and Regulation
- Competition Theory and Policy
- Seminar on Industrial Economics and Information
ADMISSION TO THE MASTER’S PROGRAM ECONOMICS AND PUBLIC POLICY
In order to get the admission to attend the master’s program Economics and Public Policy you have to participate in an admission procedure.
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