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Study plan

The programme structure is the following:

 

  • Microeconomic Analysis (First Semester, 9 ECTS)
  • Macroeconomic Analysis (First Semester, 9 ECTS)
  • Quantitative Methods for Economics (First & Second Semester, 12 ECTS)
  • Capital Markets and Corporate Finance (First & Second Semester, 12 ECTS)
  • Econometrics II (Second Semester, 12 ECTS)
  • One course of your choice between:
    - Numerical Methods in Economics (Second Semester, 6 ECTS)
    - Methodology and History of Economics (Second Semester, 6 ECTS)
    - Behavioral and Experimental Economics (Second Semester, 6 ECTS)

  • Corporate Law for Economics (Second Semester, 6 ECTS)
  • Four courses of your choice between:
    - Advanced Empirical Methods for Economists (Second Semester, 6 ECTS)
    - Economic Applications of Game Theory (First Semester, 6 ECTS)
    - Growth and Development (Second Semester, 6 ECTS)
    - Industrial Economics (Second Semester, 6 ECTS)
    - International Economics (Second Semester, 6 ECTS)
    - Labour Economics (First Semester, 6 ECTS)
    - Monetary Economics (First Semester, 6 ECTS)
    - Political Economics (First Semester, 6 ECTS)
    - Public Economics and Finance (Second Semester, 6 ECTS)
    - Economics of Savings and Pensions (Second Semester, 6 ECTS)
    - Topics in Applied Economics (First Semester, 6 ECTS)
  • One course of your choice between:
    - Additional IT Training – Matlab Lab (Second Semester, 3 ECTS)
    - Python Lab (Second Semester, 3 ECTS)
    - Programming for Data Science - R Lab (First Semester, 3 ECTS)
    - Research Methods and Communication in Economics (First Semester, 3 ECTS)
  • Electives
  • Final Dissertation

Please, consult the Syllabus.

Please note that some courses or programmes of study may change. In this case, the School will always notify the students as early as practicably possible and propose any viable and relevant alternative options.

Students can freely choose their own study path.

Some (non-exhaustive) examples of specialization paths are:

  • Markets and organizations. The courses that may be included are: Economic Applications of Game theory, Industrial economics, Political economics, Topics in Applied Economics, Advanced Empirical Methods, Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Decision and Uncertainty (from the master programme in Quantitative Finance and Insurance).
  • Labour market, public policy and development. The courses that may be included are: Labour economics, Public economics & finance, Political economics, Growth & development, Advanced Empirical Methods, Numerical Methods in Economics.
  • Money, finance and international economics. The courses that may be included are: International economics, Monetary economics, Growth & development, Savings & pensions, Numerical Methods in Economics.
  • Methodological Research. The courses that may be included are: Advanced Empirical Methods, Numerical Methods in Economics,  Economic Application of Game Theory, Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Decision and Uncertainty (from the master programme in Quantitative Finance and Insurance), Multivariate Statistical Analysis (from the master programme in Stochastics and Data Science), Statistical Machine Learning (from the master programme in Stochastics and Data Science).

It is also possible to include courses (among the electives ones) from other two-year master degree programmes (lauree magistrali) at the University of Torino.

Any course from the Quantitative Finance and Insurance programme can be freely included. You can find the full list on the QFI website.

To include courses from other master programmes (lauree magistrali) you need formal approval by the Career Plan Committee of the Master in Economics. After a formal request through the Students’ Office (Segreteria Studenti), you will be notified about the final decision of the Committee.

In general, courses from the master programme in Stochastics and Data Science are highly recommended.  You can find the full list on the SDS website.

Courses from other master programmes offered in Italian are, in general, not recommended.

For further information, please write to master.economics@unito.it

All students are required to fill and submit online their Career or Study Plan. Through this procedure the student can choose her/his full-time or part-time commitment to the Program and submit her/his personalised study plan.

 

The personal online study plan submission will be open only after the first instalment of the tuition fees for the current academic year has been payed.

In order to complete the study plan it is necessary to enter the reserved area MyUnito on UniTO.it

Afterwards, from the menu "Carriera" choose "Piano carriera".

The online procedure for completing the career plan is available from Thursday, October 8th, 2020.

 

Deadlines

From October 8th 2020 to June 30th 2021 it is possible to:

  • fill in / modify the career plan
  • choose / modify the path/curriculum, if required.

The choice/modification of the full-time / part-time status is allowed only from October 8th 2020 to January 29th 2021.

 

For further information on Career Plans, please consult this page (only in Italian).

Visit the study plan.

 

 

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