Master degree in Monetary and Financial Economics

Graduate Prospectus

**This is a dual language program. Very good knowledge of both Greek and English is required.**

Τhis program is designed for students who want to gain specialized knowledge with the purpose of seeking employment in the areas of monetary and financial economics, either in the public or in the private sector.

On-line application form for Admission

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Required courses (52,5 Ects)

1st semester
ECO 661 Microeconomics (7,5 Ects)
ECO 662 Macroeconomics (7,5 Ects)
ECO 663 Econometrics (7,5 Ects)
ECO 610 Money, Banking and Financial Economics (7,5 Ects)
 
2nd semester
 ECO 606 International Finance (7,5 Ects)
ECO 644 The Economics of Firm Financing (7,5 Ects)
ECO 680 Applied Financial Econometrics (7,5 Ects)
One elective course (6-7,5 Ects)
 
3rd semester
One elective course (6-7,5 Ects)
ECO698 Master Thesis (24 Ects)
 
Electives Courses (13,5-15 Ects)
Two courses from the following list:
 
AFN 521 Financial Theory (7 Ects)
AFN 522 Investments (7 Ects)
AFN 525 Options and Futures (7 Ects)
AFN 526 Financial Analysis and Capital Market Research (7 Ects)
AFN 528 Advanced Capital Budgeting (6 Ects)
AFN 530 Seminar on Cyprus Economy, Banking and Financial Markets (6 Ects)
AFN 534 Financial Risk Management (6 Ects)
AFN 538 Applied Topics in Finance (6 Ects)
ECO 605 International Trade (7,5 Ects)
ECO 611 Labour Economics (7,5 Ects)
ECO 612 Industrial Organisation and Policy (7,5 Ects)
ECO 613 Public Economics (7,5 Ects)
 
If the 9 courses chosen by a student add up to less than 66 Ects then that student can enroll in ECON695 Seminar of Economic Research for 1.5 Ects as necessary for completing their Master degree requirements.
 
Master Thesis (24 Ects)
The thesis must be related to the specific program and has to satisfy the criteria specified in part 3.2 above.