Business Administration III Finance, Course Module
30 credits cr.
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Business Administration III Finance develops your ability to independently analyze problems within the business area Financing. You will conduct a larger survey and apply your theoretical knowledge in this area
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Business Administration III Finance develops your ability to independently analyze problems within the business area Financing. You will conduct a larger survey and apply your theoretical knowledge in this area.
The course module consists of Introduction to Financial Derivatives 7.5 ECTS credits, Empirical Finance 7.5 ECTS credits and Bachelor's Degree Thesis in Business Administration 15 ECTS credits.
If you have not studied business economics at Stockholm University before the autumn term 2016, new degree requirements apply, see: https://www.sbs.su.se/english/education/current-students/degree/bachelor-s-degree/admitted-in-or-after-2016
The courses in the course module are studied full-time during the day, 100%. As admitted on the course module, you must register for the courses within the module before the start of the semester.
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As of autumn 2016, new degree requirements apply
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