2020 - 2021 Programme
Bachelor in Economics and Management
For the holder of a Bachelor in Law
This standard dual Bachelor’s degree programme is subject to change according to a student’s academic choices and possible changes in the Bachelor’s programmes
Computer Science and Quantitative Methods
20 credits can be chosen among the 5 courses below as part of the minor in economics and management in the BA in Law programme.
15 credits of modern languages – choices must be validated by the ESPO administrative office (note: the courses taught in English or in Dutch cannot count towards fulfilling this requirement).
- Courses followed in the context of a dual-degree programme MAY NOT count towards the main Bachelor’s degree in Law with the exception of :
o Economics I (all the programs)
o Human Management (French-English bilingual Programme + Bilingual French-English Programme, 3rd languague Dutch + French-Dutch bilingual Programme + Bilingual French-Dutch Programme, 3rd languague English)
o Financial Statement Analysis (French-Dutch bilingual Programme)
o Public economics (French-Dutch bilingual Programme)
o Basis of accounting (French-Dutch bilingual Programme)
o Management and trategy (French-Dutch bilingual Programme)
o Marketing (majeure bilingue F/N)
o 20 credits can be chosen as part of the minor in economics and management in the BA in Law (Unilingual Programme)
- Students are not allowed to anticipate the courses from the dual degree programme that they plan to take as part of the minor in the main degree programme. This means that, in order for the courses chosen in the dual degree programme to count towards the BA in Law’s Economics and Management Minor, such courses must be taken during the SAME YEAR in both programmes.
Total number of credits in the dual-degree programme: between 80 and 107 credits.