ORG208-1 International Business – 7,5 ECTS credits; Pre-requisites: Introduction to Organizational Theory or Management, or equivalent.
MSc level courses
MSc level courses
All master level courses requires that students have a bachelor's degree in Business Administration or equvalent in addition to the course specific requirements for admission to each course.
BE-414-1 Business Valuation – 7,5 ECTS credits; 2nd term
BE-510-1 Empirical Finance – 7,5 ECTS credits, 2nd term; Pre-requisites: Basic econometrics, statistical programming language R, basic theories of finance, or equivalent
BE-511-1 Derivatives – 7,5 ECTS credits; 1st term. Pre-requisites: Knowledge of math calculus and basics of probability theory, statistics, and R programming. Builds upon previous courses in "Quantitative Methods", "Financial Econometrics", and "Investments", or equivalent.
MF-401-1 International Marketing – 7,5 ECTS credits; 2nd term; Pre-requisites: Introduction to Marketing, or equivalent
ORG448-1 Emerging Markets – 7,5 ECTS credits; 1st term; Pre-requisites: Bachelor level courses in Culture and Ethics, International Management and Master level course in International Marketing, or equivalent.
TFL400-1 Sustainable Capitalism – 15 ECTS credits; 1st and 2nd term. Pre-requisites: Introduction to Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Investment and Finance
TFL402-1 Sustainable Business – 7,5 ECTS credits, 1st term. Pre-requisites: Introduction to Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Investment and Finance. (Note that this is the first half of TFL400 and it is not possible to take both TFL400 and TFL402-1 due to overlap.)
The School of Business and Law reserves the right to make changes in course offerings
If you select courses from one faculty and within one level (bachelor or master level) you will have less scheduling conflicts
Make sure that you meet the course requirements, which are stated under Recommended pre-requisites
Choose more courses than the minimum number of courses you have to take in case you do not meet all pre-requisites, timetable collisions or in case of cancellations
Course codes with the first digit 1, 2 and 3 are bachelor level courses, and course codes starting with 4 and 5 are master level courses
Only students on master level (fourth or fifth year) are accepted to master level courses at the School of Business and Law
Master students may take bachelor courses
Master level courses are taught in two sessions: 1st and 2nd term, with two 7.5 credit courses in each term. 1st term courses will have midterm examinations, and 2nd term courses will have examinations at the end of the semester
All courses in the lists are taught in Kristiansand.