Rentree en Licence le 14/09/2016Rentree en Licence le 14/09/2016

International Affairs and Development - Master's Year 1

Program Year

Majeure Economie - Obligatoire

  • Econométrie I (choisir 1 cours d'économétrie parmi les deux proposés)
  • Econométrie II (choisir 1 cours d'économétrie parmi les deux proposés)
  • Macroéconomie
  • Cycle de conférences sur les organisations internationales
  • Anglais A : Business plans
  • Anglais B : Oral and written communication skills
  • Anglais C : Economy in the media Gp.1
  • Anglais D : Professional oral communication
  • Anglais E : Pop Art and consumer society
  • Anglais F : Economy in the media Gp.2
  • Anglais G : The economic press in English (Groupe 2)
  • Anglais H : Culture and practice of entrepreneurship
  • Anglais : The economic press in English (Groupe 1)

Majeure Economie : Obligatoire - 3 ECTS

  • Economie Internationale I
  • Economie Internationale II

Majeure Economie - Optionnel -12 ECTS à choisir

  • Politique internationale
  • Éducation et développement
  • Financement du développement
  • Sociologie des conflits I
  • Introduction à la supply chain
  • Langue - Espagnol
  • Introduction SAS STATA
  • Conflict transformation and management
  • Mondialisation et environnement

Majeure Economie - Obligatoire

  • Microéconométrie
  • Politiques de développement
  • Microéconomie

Majeure Economie - Optionnel - 18 ECTS à choisir

  • Economie Internationale II
  • Economie Internationale III
  • Économétrie des variables qualitatives
  • Approfondissement SAS STATA
  • Pauvreté, inégalité et ouverture commerciale
  • Politique macroéconomique
  • 1800-2000 : Histoire du développement économique
  • Analyse économique des conflits
  • Mémoire
  • Introduction à la finance de marché
  • Sociologie des conflits II
  • Data Sciences for Peace Studies

Academic Training Year 2021 - 2022 - subject to modification

Teaching Modalities

The first year of the Master’s program in International Affairs and Development is divided into two semesters. It runs from September to April or May.

When they apply, students choose the first-year major that best prepares them (out of the three offered) for the program they wish to take in the second year of the Master’s program. Students have the option to change their major at the end of the first semester.
The first year of the Master’s program consists of a combination of required courses and electives. Both theoretical courses and applied courses are available. Each major offers its own specific courses, even if they are open to students in other majors as electives (e.g. Econometrics; Practicing Peace).
Examples of courses: International Economics, Economics of Development, Social and Environmental Responsibility, and Conflict Management and Peace Building.

Languages are important to our program: English is a required subject, and students can take the TOEIC exam in the spring. Economics majors can take Spanish as an elective. Students have the option to write a research paper in the second semester.

Internships and Supervised Projects

Students may do an internship or take a gap year between the first and second years of the Master’s degree.