The purpose of the economics degree is to offer students a solid base in the various fields from the economics course of studies and also in management.

During the third year of the programme, students have to make a choice between two curriculums; one in economic analysis, the other in corporate economics.

The economic analysis curriculum aims to provide students with in-depth knowledge of the theoretical analysis of economic activity on a national scale (industrial economics, public economics, etc.) and on an international scale (international economics, international monetary relations) whilst simultaneously developing their skills in using the economist’s technical tools.

The corporate economics curriculum aims to provide students with in-depth knowledge on how businesses work (financial management, marketing, etc.), on management and organization activities (human resources management, production management, etc.) and on legal issues (labour law, commercial law).

Discipline keywords: Insurance, Bank, Trade, Economics, Industry, Market, Mathematics, Service, Statistics, Strategy.