Program Structure

The Master’s Program includes 120 ECTS credits, the academic year is structured on a semester basis; it consists of compulsory and optional subjects, study practice and a master's thesis.

 

Subjects of the Master’s Program in Economics:

 

Compulsory

  • Microeconomics (reinforced)
  • Macroeconomics (reinforced)
  • International Economics (Theory and Practice)
  • Microeconomics of Competition
  • Social Statistics
  • Econometrics
  • Macroeconomic Forecasting

 

Optional

  • Modern and Postmodern Social Theory
  • Social Research Methods
  • Employment Policy and the Informal Economy in the EU
  • Employment Policy and Informal Economy in Georgia - A Comparative Perspective
  • Transition Economy in Georgia - A Comparative Perspective
  • System of Industrial Relations in the EU
  • System of Industrial Relations Comparative Analysis
  • Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management
  • Sociology of Labor and Organization
  • Methodology of the National Account System
  • State Economy (Fiscal Theory and Policy)
  • Political Economy and Public Choice
  • Healthcare Economy
  • Monetary Economics (Money Supply Theory and Policy)

 

For more information see the program structure.