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Program structure

Please note this list is indicative of the structure of the program and may be subject to change. This page will be updated soon with the complete list of courses available for Fall 2017.


First term (Mid September to Mid December)

1. Three mandatory courses (3 x 4 ECTS):
ECO559 - Urban Economics and Real Estate
ECO572 - Environmental economics and Policies in cities
ECO552 - Econometrics 1

2. One elective course (4 ECTS) to be chosen among:
ECO554 - Corporate Finance
ECO556 - Industrial Organization

Second term (January to March)

1. Two mandatory courses (3 x 4 ECTS):
ECO567B - Traffic and Transportation systems in urban contexts
ECO562 - Applied Econometrics

2. One elective course to be chosen among (4 ECTS):
ECO567A - Environment and Local Development Economics
ECO588 - Digital Economics

3. One elective course to be chosen among (4 ECTS):
ECO564 - Economics of Energy Sectors
ECO583 - Business Economics

4. One elective MIE course to be chosen among (4 ECTS):
MIE562 - Case Studies of Innovation
MIE564 - Technology-based entrepreneurship and new business creation
MIE569 - Sustainable Strategy and Business model

First & second terms

ECO611A and B - Lecture series in Finance and Economics

One Foreign language module (French language module for non-French speaking students) - 3 ECTS
Two modules of Humanities and French Culture - 3 ECTS
Sport - 2 ECTS
ECO512 Capstone project (4 ECTS)

Third term (April to July)

Research project or internship at a company (ECO591) (20 ECTS)


First semester

Coursework topics include:

• Training in geographical information systems
• Urban Economic
• Housing Economics
• Economics of land use
• Real estate finance
• The spatial dimension of public policies: urban planning
• Energy, environment, and sustainability
• Urban growth in developing countries
• Discrete Choice Econometric
• Transportation Economics  
• Regulation of transportation
• Climate change and the future of cities
• Housing credit
• Economic geography and aggregation of cities
• Network economics with applications to cities and transportation systems
• Big data

• One Foreign language module (French language module for non-speaking students)
• One module of Humanities and French Culture
• Sport
• Company visits.

Second semester

A research or industrial internship lasting at least 6 months.