The Master degree in Economics & Finance is a genuinely multidisciplinary programme, offering a well-balanced set of courses in economics and finance supported by several quantitative courses. Students must acquire 120 ECTS to complete the programme; among them, 36 credits are devoted to additional educational and research activities, for example dissertation writing, research seminars and elective courses.
The following are mandatory for all students:
First year courses
|Mathematical Methods and Modeling||9||mat/stat||I|
|Time Series Analysis||6||mat/stat||I|
|Data Mining and Computational Statistics||9||mat/stat||II|
|International Economic Law||6||law||II|
|Risk Assessment and Management||6||man||III|
|Total number of credits earned at the end of the first year||54|
Second year courses
|Decision Theory and Behavioural Economics||6||econ||I|
|Financial Markets and Financial Crises: a Historical Approach||6||econ/hist||II|
|Cumulative number of credits earned after the second year’s mandatory courses||66|
Choose your specialization path
At the end of the first year, students have to choose among one of the two curricula called Financial Economics and Quantitative Finance.
Curriculum: Financial Economics
|Money and Finance||6||econ||I|
|Cumulative number of credits earned under curriculum Financial Economics||84|
Curriculum: Quantitative Finance
|Numerical and Statistical Methods for Finance||6||mat/stat||I|
|Cumulative number of credits earned under curriculum Quantitative Finance||84|
Other activities for the completion of study program
To complete the study program the students have to attend a stage (3 ECTS) and choose among 2 additional elective courses for an amount of 12 ECTS.
For the preparation of the final Master thesis, the students will earn 21 ECTS.
The total number of credits at the end of the study program is 120 ECTS.
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