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Bachelor of Social and Economic Sciences

Bachelor of Social and Economic Sciences
Academic year :

Model Path part 1 (BSEW)

Domain 1. Business administration

6 ECTS-credits to choose from

Accounting6sp1st/2nd sem.
Lybaert, Nadine
Information systems3sp1st semester
Vanhoof, Els
Introduction to financial markets 13sp2nd semester
De Ceuster, Marc
Introduction to financial markets 23sp2nd semester
De Ceuster, Marc
Management and organization6sp2nd semester
Berghman, Liselore
 

Domain 2. Economical analysis

6 ECTS-credits to choose from (the other course cannot be selected as an optional course)

Introduction to economics6sp1st semester
De Ridder, Annemieke
Introduction to general economics6sp1st/2nd sem.
Vanhaecht, Eve
 

Domain 3. Philosophy and ethics

6 ECTS-credits

Introduction to philosophy6sp2nd semester
Opdebeeck, Hendrik
 

Domain 4. History

6 ECTS-credits to choose from (the other course cannot be selected as an optional course)

Contemporary economical and political history6sp2nd semester
Van Damme, Ilja
Social and political history6sp2nd semester
Greefs, Hilde
 

Domain 5. Quantitative reasoning

Mathematics is compulsory, choose 6 additional ECTS-credits from Statistics (the other course(s) cannot be selected as (an) optional course(s))

Mathematical methods and techniques6sp1st/2nd sem.
Ruts, Ida
Statistics I6sp1st/2nd sem.
Thijssen, Peter
Statistics with applications in (business) economics 13sp1st semester
Van der Veeken, Stephan
Statistics with applications in (business) economics 23sp2nd semester
Goos, Peter
 

Domain 7. Law

6 ECTS-credits to choose from (the other course(s) cannot be selected as (an) optional course(s))

Introduction to law3sp1st semester
Janvier, Ria
Public Law3sp2nd semester
Popelier, Patricia
Law and Corporation6sp1st semester
Vanhees, Hendrik
 

Domain 8. Sociological analysis

12 ECTS-credits

Introduction to Sociology6sp1st semester
Weyns, Walter
Society, facts and problems6sp2nd semester
Cantillon, Bea
 

Domain 9. Foreign language

6 ECTS-credits to choose from the languages provided. Within the bachelor programme, minimum 2 levels of 2 languages must be obtained.

German for business and economics 13sp1st/2nd sem.
Verboven, Hans
English for business and economics 13sp1st/2nd sem.
Van Hout, Tom
French for business and economics 13sp1st/2nd sem.
Tobback, Els
Spanish for business and economics 13sp1st/2nd sem.
Vangehuchten, Lieve
 

Model Path part 2

Domain 1. Business Administration

6 ECTS-credits (to take in part 2 or in part 3) to choose from the list below (or from domain 1 from the 1st part)

Financial Reporting and Analysis6sp2nd semester
d'Haens, Patrick
HRM and labor law6sp2nd semester
Henderickx, Erik
Janvier, Ria
Marketing management6sp2nd semester
Mikolajczak-Degrauwe, Kalina
 

Domain 2. Economical analysis

18 ECTS-credits (spread over part 2 and part 3) to choose from the list below whereby 'Microeconomics' and ' Macroeconomics' are compulsory.

Macroeconomics6sp2nd semester
Vanneste, Jacques
Microeconomics6sp1st semester
De Borger, Bruno
European and international environment6sp2nd semester
Merlevede, Bruno
Market and strategy6sp2nd semester
Bouckaert, Jan
 

Domain 5. Quantitative reasoning

6 ECTS-credits (to take in year 2 or in year 3)
'Statistics II' (PSW) only after 'Statistics I' (PSW).

Statistics 26sp2nd semester
Neels, Karel
 

Domain 6. Psychology and anthropology

6 ECTS-credits (to take in year 2 or in year 3) to choose from (the other course cannot be selected as an optional course)

General and social psychology6sp1st semester
Ponnet, Koen
Anthropology6sp2nd semester
Timmerman, Christiane
 

Domain 7. Law

6 ECTS-credits (to take in part 2 or in part 3) to choose from

Corporate Taxation3sp1st semester
Van de Vijver, Anne
Law of the European Union6sp2nd semester
Meeusen, Johan
Social Security law6sp1st semester
Janvier, Ria
Corporation law3sp1st semester
Vanhees, Hendrik
 

Domain 8. Sociological analysis

12 ECTS-credits (spread over part 2 and part 3) to choose form the list below whereby 'Classical Sociological Theory' and 'Contemporary Sociological Theory' are compulsory.

Contemporary sociological theory3sp2nd semester
Verschraegen, Gert
Classical Sociological Theory3sp1st semester
Weyns, Walter
Public administration6sp1st semester
Van Dooren, Wouter
Comparative Politics6sp2nd semester
Dejaeghere, Yves
Culture and Media Theory6sp2nd semester
Weyns, Walter
Verschraegen, Gert
Introduction to Communication Studies6sp1st semester
Panis, Koen
Introduction to Political Science6sp1st semester
Walgrave, Stefaan
International relations6sp1st semester
Sauer, Tom
 

Domain 9. Foreign language

6 ECTS-credits (to take in part 2 or in part 3) to choose from

German for Business and Economics 23sp1st/2nd sem.
Dusar, Ingeborg
English for business and economics 23sp1st/2nd sem.
Van Hout, Tom
French for business and economics 23sp1st/2nd sem.
Tobback, Els
Spanish for Business and Economics 23sp1st/2nd sem.
Vangehuchten, Lieve
 

10 Major and 11 Optional courses

Major
24 ECTS-credits (spread over part 2 and part 3) to choose from the related domain (in addition to te minimum of 18 ECTS-credits)
Optional courses Business Administration (study domain 1)
Optional courses Economical analysis (studie domain 2)
Optional courses Socio-economic analysis (study domains 2 and 8)
Optional courses Sociological analysis (study domain 8)

Optional courses
12 ECT-credits (spread over part 2 and part 3) to choose from the list below or from the curriculum SES except for domain 2, 4, 5 and 7 from part 1 and domain 6 from part 2. Consult the faculty guidelines for more information.

Current Issues in Belgian Politics6sp2nd semester
Meier, Petra
Mathematical methods in decision making6sp2nd semester
Ruts, Ida
Philosophy of culture6sp2nd semester
Cools, Arthur
Debating Development3sp1st semester
Cassimon, Danny
Verrelst, Janus
Digital Organisation6sp1st semester
De Haes, Steven
Media; Structure and operation6sp2nd semester
Van Den Bulck, Hilde
Optimisation in Economics6sp1st semester
Merlino, Luca Paolo
Political Rhetoric6sp1st semester
De Landtsheer, Christ'l
Social and Political Philosophy6sp2nd semester
Reynaert, Peter
Topics in Development Studies3sp1st semester
Verpoorten, Marijke
 

12 Integration

Compulsory: 9 ECTS-credits

European Societies3sp2nd semester
Marx, Ive
Cantillon, Bea
Bachelor's thesis partim I: Introduction to Economic Research Methods6sp1st/2nd sem.
Erreygers, Guido
 

Model Path part 3

Domain 1. Business Administration

6 ECTS-credits (to take in part 2 or in part 3) to choose from the list below (or from domain 1 from the 1st and the 2nd part)

Financial Management6sp1st semester
Deloof, Marc
Logistics and transport3sp1st semester
Van de Voorde, Eddy
Kupfer, Franziska
Management Accounting and Control3sp1st semester
Jorissen, Ann
Production Management3sp2nd semester
Cornelissens, Trijntje
 

Domain 2. Economical analysis

18 ECTS-credits (spread over part 2 and part 3) to choose from the list below (or from domain 2 from the 2nd part)

Economic Policy6sp1st semester
Van Poeck, André
Issues in Global Economics6sp1st semester
Erreygers, Guido
History of economic thought6sp2nd semester
Erreygers, Guido
International Economics6sp2nd semester
Winkler, Roland
Public Economics and Public Finances6sp1st semester
Vanneste, Jacques
 

Domain 3. Philosophy and ethics

Compulsary: 3 ECTS-credits

World view, Man and Market3sp2nd semester
Van Herck, Walter
 

Domein 5. Quantitative reasoning

6 ECTS-credits (to take in part 2 or in part 3) to choose from the list below (or from domain 5 from the 2nd part).
'Introduction to econometrics' only after 'Statistics with applications in (business and) economics 1 and 2' (AES).

Introduction to Econometrics6sp1st semester
Vujić, Sunčica
 

Domain 8. Sociological analysis

12 ECTS-credits (spread over part 2 and part 3) to choose from the list below (or from domain 8 from the 2nd part)

Sociology of Labour6sp2nd semester
Henderickx, Erik
Cannaerts, Nele
Sociology of the Family3sp1st semester
Van de Velde, Sarah
Social demography6sp2nd semester
Neels, Karel
Sociology of Social Space3sp2nd semester
Oosterlynck, Stijn
Sociology of Care and Welfare3sp2nd semester
Van de Velde, Sarah
Sociology of inequalities3sp1st semester
Oosterlynck, Stijn
Sociology of Organizations6sp1st semester
Vandermoere, Frederic
 

10. Major and 11 Optional courses

Major
continuation choice from part 2
Optional courses
15 ECTS-credits (spread over part 2 and part 3) to choose from the curriculum SES or from the list below.

Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Migration and Integration6sp1st semester
Timmerman, Christiane
Clycq, Noel
I-Week: Challenges for Business3sp2nd semester
Van Liedekerke, Luc
Martens, Rudy
Verhezen, Peter
Sports Economics6sp2nd semester
Kesenne, Stefan
Visual Communication Theory6sp1st semester
Pauwels, Luc
German for business and economics 33sp1st/2nd sem.
Dusar, Ingeborg
English for business and economics 33sp1st/2nd sem.
Van Hout, Tom
French for Business and Economics 33sp1st/2nd sem.
Tobback, Els
Spanish for business and economics 33sp1st/2nd sem.
Vangehuchten, Lieve
 

12 Integration

Compulsory: 12 ECTS-credits

Bachelor thesis partim II: Topics of social and economic policy (Seminar)6sp1st/2nd sem.
Marx, Ive
Social economic analysis6sp2nd semester
Vandenbroucke, Frank