International Economics (BA)

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Bachelor's degree

In Heidelberg (Germany) and Madrid (Spain)

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Description

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  • Credits

    120

Friendly relationships between nations often rely on good trade relationships. Students with an interest in economics who want to prepare for a career in international finance, government, or business can earn their Bachelor of Arts in International Economics with Schiller International University.

Courses within the Bachelor of Arts in International Economics aim to produce graduates with technical knowledge and practical research and analysis skills. Courses cover issues including:

- Economic Geography
- Economy of Developing Countries
- International Economic Policies & Institutions
- Modern Diplomacy
- Statistics
- The Political Economy of North-South Relations
- Business Administration

Students are also required to pursue education in a foreign language to at least an intermediate level.

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Heidelberg (Germany)
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Zollhofgarten 1, 69115
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Madrid (Spain)
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Calle Joaquín Costa, 20, 28002
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About this course

- Assess business facts and interpret them consistent with economic thinking.
- Understanding of how decision makers allocate scarce resources to achieve economic efficiency.
- Apply economic tools to analyze decisions made by consumers, firms, and policy makers.
- Integrate economic models to analyze the impact of various fiscal monetary, and trade policies on a nation’s economy.

Applicants must have successfully completed the secondary level of education, which is generally 12 years.

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4.5
20/05/2017
What I would highlight: I had a lot of freedom to make decisions about my studies and career but at the same time I felt the constant support and advice from my tutors.
What could be improved: Nothing
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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Subjects

  • International Relations
  • Diplomacy
  • Statistics
  • Economics
  • Marketing
  • International
  • Finance
  • International Business
  • Trade
  • Communication Training
  • International Economics

Course programme

Required General Education Courses Credits: 36

  • Art History
  • European History to 1815
  • College Mathematics
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Introduction to International Relations
  • Science and Society
  • General Psychology
  • Beginning Foreign Language 1
  • Beginning Foreign Language 2
  • English Composition: Expository Writing
  • English: Research and Writing
  • Introduction to Political Science

Required Core Courses Credits: 60

  • Applications of Computers
  • International Marketing
  • Introduction to Sustainable Development
  • Behavioral Aspects
  • Economics of Developing Countries
  • Business Communication
  • Statistics
  • Human Resources Management
  • Resources and the Environment
  • International Economic Policies & Institutions
  • International Business Policy
  • Capstone
  • Introduction to International Business
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Principles of Microeconomics
  • Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Economic Geography
  • Accounting I
  • Cross-Cultural Communication

Elective Courses:24

  • Accounting II
  • European History- Napoleonic Period to Present
  • Principles of Business Law
  • Business Finance
  • International Business Policy
  • Modern Diplomacy
  • Selected Topics in International Relations
  • Industrial Psychology
  • The Political Economy of North-South Relations
  • Int Foreign Language 1
  • Int Foreign Language 2
  • Intercultural Communication
  • Marketing Management
  • American Foreign Policy
  • Concepts of International Relations
  • Intermediate Economic Theory
  • Law and Finance in Relation to International Trade
  • Monetary Theory and Comparative Banking Systems
  • The European Union

International Economics (BA)

Price on request