Information for exchange students at the Department of Economics, academic year 2014-2015

All courses at Department of Economics (except SØK3800 Experts in Teamwork and the Master Thesis' SØK3900, SØK3950 and FIN3900) are open for all students with a right to study at the Norwegian University for Science and Technology. The lectures for most courses are given in Norwegian. The required literature is often in English, however, and students are free to read this as self tuition and take the exam. Term papers and exams can be written in English in all courses at the Department of Economics.

Bachelor level
Courses in the SØK1000 series are elementary bachelor courses. The SØK2000 courses are advanced bachelor courses.

Master level

Courses in the SØK3000 series are fundamental master level courses. The SØK3500/FIN3000 courses are advanced master courses. Recommended previous knowledge are the fundamental master level courses (advanced maths, micro, macro and econometrics).

Bachelor level courses in English spring 2015 (fall 2014):

1) SØK2006 International Trade. 7.5 ECTS. The course is taught at campus Dragvoll.
2) SØK2007 Development Economics 7.5 ECTS. The course is taught at campus Dragvoll.
3) SØK2010 Banking  7.5 ECTS. The course is taught at campus Dragvoll.
4) SØK1101 Environmental and Resource Economics 7.5 ECTS. The course is taught at campus Gløshaugen.
 
Courses that will be taught in Norwegian: SØK1012 Macroeconomic analysis , SØK1011 Markets and market failures, SØK2005 Finanial markets, SØK2901 Bachelor Thesis
 

Master level courses in English spring 2015

1) SØK3523 Economic Growth and Development. 15 ECTS. The course is taught at campus Dragvoll.

Courses that will be taught in Norwegian: SØK3001, SØK3005, SØK3520

PhD level

Courses in the SØK/FIN8000 series are PhD courses. They are not open for exchange students.

Bachelor level courses in English fall 2014

1) SØK2009 International Macroeconomics. 7.5 ECTS. The course is taught at campus Dragvoll.
2) SØK1151 Macroeconomics for Managers, 7.5 ECTS. The course is taught at campus Gløshaugen.
 
Courses that will be taught in Norwegian: SØK1000 Inrodution, SØK1001 Mathematics, SØK1002 Micro, SØK1004 Statistics, SØK2008 Public, SØK2103 Political.
 

Master level courses in English fall 2014

1) FIN3005 Asset Pricing, 7.5 ECTS. The course is taught at campus Dragvoll.
2) SØK3517 Open Macroeconomics, 15 ECTS. The course is taught at campus Dragvoll.
 
Courses that will be taught in Norwegian: FIN3006, SØK3003, SØK3004, SØK3515, SØK3524.
 

 


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Courses offered in English - historical

Bachelor level courses in English spring 2013:

1) SØK2007 Development Economics 7.5 ECTS
2) SØK1101 Environmental and Resource Economics 7.5 ECTS

Courses taught in Norwegian: SØK1011, SØK1012, SØK2005, SØK2900

Master level courses in English spring 2013

1) SØK3001 Econometrics I, 15 ECTS
2) SØK3516 Topics in Macroeconomics, 15 ECTS

Courses taught in Norwegian: SØK3005, SØK3521

Bachelor level autumn 2012

1) SØK2006 International Trade. 7.5 ECTS. The course is taught at campus Dragvoll.
2) SØK2009 International Macroeconomics. 7.5 ECTS. The course is taught at campus Dragvoll.

The following courses will be taught in Norwegian: SØK1000, SØK1010,  SØK2008 and SØK2103  at campus Dragvoll. SØK1151 and SØK1104 at campus Gløshaugen.

Master level autumn 2012

1) FIN3005 Asset pricing. 7.5 ECTS. The course is taught at campus Dragvoll.
2) SØK3515 Microeconometrics and panel data analysis. 15 ECTS. The course is taught at campus Dragvoll.

The following courses will be taught in norwegian in the autumn semester: SØK3003, SØK3004, SØK3522, SØK3524, FIN3006. These courses will all be at campus Dragvoll.

Bachelor level spring 2012

1) SØK1101 Environmental and Resource Economics. 7.5 ECTS. The course is taught at campus Gløshaugen.
2) SØK2007 Development Economics. 7.5 ECTS. The course is taught at campus Dragvoll..

Master level spring 2012

1) SØK3001 Econometrics. 15 ECTS.
2) SØK3517 Open Macroeconomics. 15 ECTS
3) SØK3523 Economic Growth and Development. 15 ECTS