Courses in Economics minor

To take Economics as a minor, you need 22.5 ECTS from the profile’s portfolio of courses.

International degree students may combine three elective courses (22.5 ECTS) from the list into a minor. International students are, however, not required to have a minor.

Note that the minor cannot include courses with course code from own major (this applies for all students starting their programme in autumn 2017 or later).

Minor in Economics

Electives

Code Name Stp Semester
ECN400 ECN400Macroeconomic Theory and Policy 7.5 Autumn
ECO425 ECO425International Macroeconomics 7.5 Spring
ECO427 ECO427Industrial Organisation 7.5 Spring
ECO433 ECO433Empirical Strategies for Causal Analysis 7.5 Spring
ECO439 ECO439Resource Economics 7.5 Spring
ECO441 ECO441Taxes, Private Decision-Making and Public Policy 7.5 Spring
ETI450 ETI450Corporate Social Responsibility 7.5 Spring
FIE403 FIE403Business Cycle Analysis 7.5 Autumn Spring
FIE421 FIE421Long-Term Macroeconomic Analysis 7.5 Autumn
FIE441 FIE441Taxes and Business Strategy 7.5 Spring
ECN401 ECN401Applied Microeconomic Theory 7.5 Spring
ECN420 ECN420Petroleum Economics 7.5 Autumn
ECN421 ECN421Behavioral Economics 7.5 Autumn Spring
ECN424 ECN424Competition Policy (expired) 7.5 Spring
ECN425 ECN425Labour Economics 7.5 Autumn
ECN426 ECN426Challenges for the Welfare State 7.5 Spring
ECN427 ECN427Cost-Benefit Analysis 7.5 Autumn
ECN428 ECN428Norwegian Economic Policy in Historical Perspective 7.5 Autumn
ECN429 ECN429The Economics of Aquaculture and Fisheries Management 7.5 Spring
ECN431 ECN431Applied Data Analysis of Firm Strategy and Competition 7.5 Spring
BUS441 BUS441Competition Analysis 7.5 Autumn
BUS442 BUS442Competition - Law and Economics 7.5 Autumn
ECN402 ECN402Econometric Techniques 7.5 Autumn Spring
ECN422 ECN422International Economics 7.5 Autumn
ECN423 ECN423Development Economics 7.5 Autumn
ECN430 ECN430Empirical Methods and Applications in Macroeconomics and Finance 7.5 Spring
ECO401 ECO401Optimisation and Microeconomic Theory 7.5 Autumn
ENE423 ENE423Environmental Economics: from the Normative Foundation for Protection and Sustainability to the Role of the Firm 7.5 Autumn