Environmental and Resource Economics
- Both semesters
- Mode of admission:
- without admission restriction
- Study mode:
- On campus
Bachelor's degree (or equivalent).
Minimum standard period of study: 3 years.
Required ECTS credits: 180
In the 180 credit points, the following needs to be contained:
- 35 credit points from courses on principles of economics (i.e., courses on microeconomic theory and courses on macroeconomic theory) with no overlapping in substance and from courses on quantitative methods with no overlapping in substance.
- 10 credit points from microeconomic theory.
- 5 credit points from macroeconomic theory.
- 10 credit points from quantitative methods (analysis, algebra, statistics, and econometrics).
Concerning content and comparability, an official module manual has to be submitted, either in German or English. In case of unavailability of an official manual, module descriptions approved by the offering institution of higher education are accepted. It is also allowed to provide a link to an official online handbook.
Admission requirements can be found here www.wiso.uni-kiel.de/en/studying/master/ma-further/admission-requirements/admission-requirement
Applicants with a minimum overall grade of 3.0 may also be eligible for the Master's program in Environmental and Resource Economics if the weighted average grade (weighted with the credit points) from courses in economics and on quantitative methods is at least 2.5.
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