Here you can find the curricula for the Master's Program Political and Empirical Economics.
|Curriculum for the Master's Program Political and Empirical Economics 20W (valid from October 1, 2020)
After enrolling in the Master's Program “Political and Empirical Economics”, students have to inform the Dean's Office of their chosen Specialization. For this purpose, the form “Declaration of Specialization in Master’s Program Political and Empirical Economics” must be completed and submitted by email to the Student Services Center. If the specialization is not declared, course registration is not possible.
The economic elective serves exclusively for deepening one’s focus in subjects with economic content. Before completing relevant courses, internships or scientific events, an application for recognition must be submitted that includes a justification of your choice, and is accompanied by the submission of appropriate documents.