Economics minor

with a major in an arts and humanities subject

You can also study Economics as a minor with a major in an arts and humanities subject, that is, as a supplementary subject on a smaller scale. To apply, please follow the guidelines for bachelor’s programmes. The exam requirements are based on those of the bachelor’s programme in Economics.

For general information about Economics as a subject, please consult the pages for the bachelor major.

Which subjects must I take?

In order to complete your studies in your minor subject successfully, you must earn a total of 42 ECTS credits from three differently weighted modules:

Basic module in Economics

You will study two subjects in the basic module in Economics. You will complete the Introductory Economics course in the winter semester and the Statistics I course in the summer semester. 

Basic module in Business Administration

In the basic module in Business Administration, you will complete the Introduction to Financial Accounting course in the winter semester.

In addition, you will select three courses from amongst the following: Organizational Theory and Design, Introduction to Marketing, Financial Reporting, Corporate Finance or Marketing Management. These courses do not build on each other and can be taken in any semester in which they are on the curriculum. 

Advanced module in Economics

In the summer semester, you will complete the course on Public Finance I.

You must successfully complete a total of seven assessments in order to pass the bachelor’s exam in your minor subject

Sample plan of study

Introductory Economics and Introduction to Financial Accounting

Statistics I

Organisational Theory and Design, Introduction to Marketing, Corporate Finance

Financial Reporting, Marketing Management

Public Finance I