Economics and Finance
Students who opt for the International Undergraduate Program in Economics and Finance will have a program highly focused on International Economics & Finance, following a strongly analytical course structure.
Concluding the Economics track will result in an advanced understanding of topics such as Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, and Corporate Finance.
To conclude the International Undergraduate Program in Economics and Finance students must obtain 180 ECTS by concluding:
- Compulsory Courses and Learn in Action Program
- 3rd year composed of Elective Courses and Exchange Program or Double Degree (one or two years).
|Year 1 - 1st semester|
|Mathematics for Business & Economics||Introduction to Management|
|Foundations of Microeconomics||Data Analysis|
|Financial Accounting||+ Learn in Action Program|
Economics Track - Exclusive for the International Undergraduate Program in Economics and Finance
|Year 1 - 2nd semester|
|Mathematics II||Economic and Business Law|
|Statistics I||Christianity and Culture|
|Foundations of Macroeconomics||+ Learn in Action Program|
|Year 2 - 1st semester||Year 2 - 2nd semester|
|Finance I||International Corporate Finance|
|+ Learn in Action Program||+ Learn in Action Program|
|Year 3 - 1st and 2nd semester|
|Ethics and Social Responsibility|
|+ Elective Courses and Exchange Program or Double Degree|
International Exchange or Double Degree Programs
In the 5th and 6th Semesters, students will choose from one of the following:
- One semester International Exchange Program in a partner school and a “tailor-made” semester at CATÓLICA-LISBON;
- Two semesters International Exchange Program in one of our partner schools;
- International Tri-School Exchange performed in two different international partner schools;
- The final year of the Double Degree Program with Grenoble École de Management;
- Final two years of the Double Degree Program (4 years) with the University of San Diego.
Learn in Action Program
The Learn in Action Program is a soft-skill development program included in the compulsory study plan, exclusively designed for our undergraduate students.
It helps students to develop “know-how” skills that are a crucial complement to academic knowledge and prepare them for the entry in a global job market and an outstanding career. Topics like international careers and multinational corporate environments will be addressed by experienced and specialized speakers.
It also includes modules on Spoken and Written Communication and Career Development, as well as the chance to engage in extra-curricular activities that develop key competences for a successful professional future: Internships, Volunteering and Entrepreneurship Projects.
About the School
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