To earn the 9 credits of elective courses, we suggest you choosing the courses you did not choose in the EPS study plan
For istance, if you chose Governance of the Europen Union, you might choose Social justice in a global world.
If you chose Comparative welfare states, you might choose Empirical methods for economics and policy evaluation.
The 9 credits can be splitted in modules of 3 credits (e.g.: 3 laboratories of 3 credits each – non graded, 6 credits of Social Justice in a global world – graded + 3 credits of a laboratory – non graded, etc.).
You are allowed to choose other courses of the Department of Economics, Management and Quantitative Methods, at Master’s level and that give a final mark (bachelor’s courses will not be taken into consideration) or a non graded laboratory also at Master’s level.
For any other course, you need to be authorized by the Director of EPS, sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other suggested courses:
- European Regulatory Economics (Jean Monnet Chair-EUsers Jean Monnet Networks) Prof. Stefano Clo 9 cfu (master’s degree APP)
- Data Mining and Computational Statistics, Prof. Giancarlo Manzi 9 cfu (master’s degree MEF)
Other Master’s degree held in English:
- DSE – Data Science and Economics
- MEF – Finance and Economics
- MIE – Management of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- MLS – Management of Human Resources and Labour Studies
- EFE – Environmental and Food Economics
- LL.M. – Sustainable Development
*Please notice that, for LLM courses, attendance of all lectures is mandatory.