Master’s Degree – Economics and Entrepreneurship
Master of Economics; Master of Management (on the appropriate module)
After completing all the curricula provided for in the curriculum in two semesters, a student who has chosen a Master’s thesis receives a certificate of completion of the study program with 60 ECTS credits, namely a Master of Economics or a Master of Management on the appropriate module – 60 ECTS.
Master of Economics and Master of Management are master programs usually based on knowledge acquired during previous studies in economics, management, or other related fields.
Master of Economics usually includes advanced courses in macroeconomics, microeconomics, econometrics, finance, international economics, industrial organization, public policy, and other areas concerning economic modeling and analysis.
The Master of Management usually focuses on advanced courses in the areas of management, leadership, human resources management, business strategy, financial management, marketing, and other related fields. This program aims to train students how to develop and implement business strategies, as well as how to manage human resources and financial challenges.
Students attending these programs may have the opportunity to focus on different areas, such as public policy, international affairs, risk management, corporate finance, marketing, or entrepreneurship.
Master’s programs in economics and management can be useful for those who want to specialize in these fields to advance their careers, either in the private or public sector. These programs can be useful for those who want to work in the banking sector, consulting firms, NGOs, academia, and other industries.