Master Program in 2016

RIEM Apr 10, 2017

Program Feature

 

The Graduate programs started in 2006. All courses are taught in English and top international academic standards are applied. All professors in these programs received doctoral degrees from renowned foreign universities. All the students are direct admission students from 211 Project Key Universities in China. Currently RIEM Graduate School has 28 master candidates and 54 PhD candidates, plus 26 foreign students.

 

EMIIT Curriculum Plan

 

RIEM Graduate School provides master programs in Finance and Economics. Master program lasts 2 years, while the maximum years allowed to graduate are 3 years. During the whole program, students must take 6 compulsory courses and at least 4 elective courses. In the last semester, students must do an internship and finish his dissertation to graduate.


This curriculum applies to graduate program in Economics and Finance.

All the students must complete the compulsory courses first.

 

Master in Economics

Course Name

Credits

Weekly Hours

Total Hours

Compulsory/Elective

FIRST YEAR

Fall Semester

Intermediate Microeconomics

3

3

54

C

Intermediate Macroeconomics

3

3

54

C

Applied Econometrics

3

3

54

C

Mathematic Economics

3

3

54

C

Frontier Academic Research

3

3

54

C

Spring Semester

China Panorama

3

3

54

C

Game Theory

3

3

54

C

Industrial Economics

2

3

54

E

Financial Econometrics

2

3

54

E

Principles of Finance

2

3

54

E

Academic Frontier Research II

2

3

54

E

Behavioral Economics and Finance

2

3

54

E

Short-term Overseas Study

2

3

54

E

SECOND YEAR

Fall Semester

Monetary Banking   

2

3

54

E

Labor Economics

2

3

54

E

International Economics

2

3

54

E

Short-term Overseas Study II

2

3

54

E

Spring Semester

Internship

2

3

54

E

Dissertation

4

3

54


 

Master in Finance

Course Name

Credits

Weekly Hours

Total Hours

Compulsory/Elective

FIRST YEAR

Fall Semester

Intermediate Microeconomics

3

3

54

C

Intermediate Macroeconomics

3

3

54

C

Applied Econometrics

3

3

54

C

Mathematic Economics

3

3

54

C

Frontier Academic Research

3

3

54

C

Spring Semester

China Panorama

3

3

54

C

Fundamental Finance

3

3

54

C

Principles of Finance

2

3

54

E

Corporate Finance

2

3

54

E

Game Theory

2

3

54

E

Financial Econometrics

2

3

54

E

International Finance

2

3

54

E

Behavioral Economics and Finance

2

3

54

E

SECOND YEAR

Fall Semester

Asset Pricing

2

3

54

E

Derivatives Pricing

2

3

54

E

Monetary Banking

2

3

54

E

Spring Semester

Internship

2

3

54

E

Dissertation

4

3

54

C

 


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