The MscBIEC programme draws upon real life case studies and the latest research findings. Experiential learning is encouraged, and is accomplished through problem-based group work activities, presentations and interactive seminars, along with conventional lectures.
For 2016, MscBIEC programme will be organised into 4, 7.5 and 20 credit courses. Students will take 55 credits of core courses, plus 15 credits of optional courses. They will also be required to write a 15,000 words dissertation which can be a conventional academic dissertation or a work-based project. (20 credits).
Foundation short courses
Foundation short courses for students of BscBIEC with economics background
Introduction to Chemistry and Physics (Compulsory no credits12 h)
Introduction to Biological Systems (Compulsory no credits12 h)
Foundation short courses for students of BscBIEC with natural science, engineering and technical background
Introduction to Microeconomics (Compulsory no credits12 h)
Introduction to Macroeconomics (Compulsory no credits12 h)
Foundation short courses for all students of BsBIEC.
Ποσοτικές μέθοδοι, οικονομομετρία (Compulsory no credits12 h)