The BSc programme in Economics (oecon) includes courses in orthodox fields of economics, such as micro and macroeconomics, but also courses on the economics of growth and development, the economics of innovation, the economics of international trade and the economics of the labour market. In addition the programme includes training in supplementary courses such as mathematics, statistics and econometrics, that enables you to conduct independent economic analysis.
The Economics programme is a 3 year programme in Danish. Currently there are two possible trajectories for the master part of the education. One is the IKE based international MSc in Innovation, Knowledge and Economic Dynamics (MIKE-E) program and the other is a Danish programme in macro economics.