Bachelor - Applied Economics

Program Objectives

The Bachelor’s in Applied Economics is geared towards professions in economics, finance, international spheres, and development.
The program combines a thorough education in economics and specialized courses taught by university lecturers and professionals.
Courses allow a deepening of knowledge (particularly in economics) and training in the quantitative techniques and the statistical and software tools used in economic professions.

Program Objectives:

  • Master forecasting and optimization techniques, quantitative methods, statistical and software tools; research methodologies and studies.
  • Develop analytical and synthesis skills specific to diagnostics and assessments.
  • Improve editing and communication skills in English and French.
  • Work independently as well as in a team, develop a professional network, manage a project.

Organization of the Bachelor’s Degree

Applied Economics Bachelor’s Degree

1st year

Core Curriculum

Fundamental Courses

Management, applied economics, social science, law, digital science and related issues, and the ecological transition

2nd year

Core Curriculum

Fundamental Courses

Management, applied economics, social science, law, digital science and related issues, and the ecological transition

Types of education
Initial training
Outgoing Level
BAC+3
Language(s)
French and English
Duration of studies
6 semestres
ECTS Credits
180 credits
Type of Diploma
Diploma from a major institution conferring the Bachelor's degree
Academic Year
2021/2022