Mathematics, Business Administration and Economics (180 ECTS credits)
Graduates have moved on to work with brokerage and as analysts in the financial sector such as, for instance, in banks and insurance companies. Other possibilities include production management in various industries and programming in software companies.
Students are awarded a Degree of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Economics (180 ECTS cr.), which gives eligibility for the one-year (60 ECTS cr.) and two-year (120 ECTS cr.) Master-level programmes. The one-year Master programme includes one term of elective courses which gives the opportunity to specialise in mathematics, statistics or economy. Other recommended options are computer science, law or a foreign language. For examination and assessment regulations, see under the heading "Learning outcomes" in the programme study plan.
Upon completion of the programme you can continue towards a Master of Science in Business Administration or Economics or choose to enrol in one of the following master"s programmes: Service Management Research (60 ECTS credits), Tax Law and Economics (60 ECTS credits) or Project Management (60 ECTS credits). Studies at the advanced level make you eligible for doctoral studies in, for instance, Business Administration.
Name: Per Fredriksson
Graduation year: 1988
Current work: Maniging director
Name: Tommy Bood
Graduation year: 1996
Current work: Lecturer