2020 - 2021 Programme
At the end of the programme students will:
I. Be conversant with the discipline’s core teachings and methods.
• Students will gain a practical command of the fundamental concepts and models of economics and management. In particular, and proceeding in a step-by-step manner, students will acquire:
All economics and management CU in BAS 1 and 2.
The CU of Economics I, II, the CU of Public economics, the CU of Firm's management - simulation game
The CU of BAS 3 in economics, in their critical reflective dimension.
• Students will also acquire the basic methodological tools needed to undertake academic work in economics and management. In particular, students will learn how to:
All the CU in mathematics and statistics.
All the CU in computer sciences.
All courses in quantitative methods.
II. Possess a grounding in fields that are complementary to economics and management.
• Students will acquire a practical command of core knowledge and skills in the human, legal, and social sciences that are essential for the analysis of economic and management questions. More specifically, students will acquire:
CU to be chosen from among in philosophy, history, sociology, political science, communication science etc. CU of Law.
The CU introducing the interdisciplinary dimension: Ethics and the Economy, Economics history, Special Questions of Economic Law (QSDE).
III. Know how to use the scientific method
Students will learn to:
• Apply intellectual rigour in their academic work and to produce intellectually sound analysis
• Critically compare theoretical insights with real situations
• Exploit the knowledge resources available at university, notably by acquiring expertise in the use of the methods and tools of documentary research.
In practical terms students will learn to:
LO of the practical exercise classes for CU in economics, management and econometrics.
LO of the practical exercise classes for statistics, LO of Economics II and Public economics.
Economic history, ethics and the economy, advanced economics in BAS 3, CU of Economics: interdisciplinary approaches
IV. Have a command of oral and written communication
• Students will acquire written and oral communication skills in two languages in addition to French. In practical terms they will learn how to defend a scholarly argument or present a piece of research in accordance with academic ethics. The specific learning goals include developing students’:
LO of the practical exercise classes for all economics and management course; the CU of Firm's management - simulation game
All CU in Dutch and English in BAS 1,2 and 3; Management courses in a foreign language in BAS 3.
ERASMUS exchanges in BAS 3.
For students following multi-lingual programmes the learning outcomes are:
All CU in foreign languages in multilingual programmes