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Bachelor Degree in International Economics

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Bachelor Degree International Economics

The International Economics degree program provides thorough training in economic theory and policy. These studies examine economics from the individual and firm level to the national and then international level. There is also an emphasis on maintaining a focus on the impact and role of international economic relations and on keeping and internationally comparative perspective. In addition, the major includes courses in international business administration, international relations, and political science. Students completing this major often go on to excel in economic or political economic analysis within the international worlds of business, finance or government. Others continue on to graduate studies in economics, business, international relations or law.

This degree must be completed at the Madrid or Heidelberg campus (read more)

Starting Dates

Academic Calendar

January7th Jan
February3rd Feb
March3rd Mar
April31st Mar
May28th Apr
June26th May
July7th July
August4th August
September1st Sept
October29th Sept
November27th Oct
December24th Nov

Undergraduate Fees

N. of Courses Cost (Euros) Duration
1 course 1 357 € 1 month/3 credits
4 courses 5 428 € 1 academic session/12 credits
10 courses 13 570 € Average academic year
20 courses 27 140 € Full Associate Degree (2 years)
40 courses 54 280 € Full Bachelor Degree (3-4 years)

Undergraduate Fees include cultural activity fee of 40 euros per month

Books and living expenses are not included

 

Courses

Required International Business Courses

Credits

IT 103 Applications of Computers 3
BA 322 International Marketing 3
BA 369 Introduction to Sustainable Development 3
BA 370 Business Communication 3
BA 374 Statistics 3
BA 384 Behavioral Aspects 3
BA 401 Human Resources Management 3
BA 437 Multinational Enterprise 3
EC 352 Economic Geography 3
EC 455 International Trade & Finance 3
GEB 1350 Introduction to International Business 3
IR 470 International Economic Policies & Institutions 3
MAR 2011 Principles of Marketing 3
PY 376 Industrial Psychology 3

Required International Relations & Diplomacy Courses

Credits

EC 452 Resources & the Environment 3
EC 457 Economy of Developing Countries 3
IR 331 Modern Diplomacy 3
IR 335 American Foreign Policy 3
IR 341 Concepts of International Relations 3
IR 353 The Political Economy of North-South Relations 3

Required General Education Courses

Credits

AR 222 Art History 3
ECO 2013 Principles of Microeconomics 3
ECO 2023 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
EN 111 English Composition: Expository Writing 3
EN 112 English Composition: Persuasive Writing 3
BA/EN 200 Cross-Cultural Communication 3
EN 373 Public Speaking 3
EN 490 Intercultural Communication 3
HI 225 European History to 1815 3
HI 226 European History: Napoleonic Period to the Present 3
IR 221 Introduction to International Relations 3
MA 172 Applied Mathematics 3
MGF1107 College Math 3
PS 221 Introduction to Political Science 3
PSY 1021 General Psychology 3
SO 137 Science and Society 3

Required Foreign Language Courses

Credits

FR 101 Beginning 1 3
FR 102 Beginning 2 3
FR 201 Intermediate 1 3
FR 202 Intermediate 2 3

Total Credits Required:

120