Master programmes

M.Sc. in Business and Management (120 credits)

The two-year program is designed to prepare you for professions at management level within private and public organizations both nationally and internationally, or for an academic career. The first semester is reserved for core courses, such as Strategy and Leadership, which are common to all students. During the second semester, you will take advanced courses in one of the below-mentioned specializations. The third semester is “elective”, which means that you may either choose to take elective courses, join the international Exchange Program and study abroad at one of our 65 partners, or do an internship at a company or organization.

You will acquire in-depth knowledge of one of three areas:

• Marketing
• International Business
• Organisation

The programme leads to a Master of Science (120 credits) in Business and Economics where Business Studies is the main field of study. If you choose to finish your studies after one year with a 15 credit thesis you will recieve a Master of Science (60 credits) in Business and Economics where Business Studies is the main field of study. You can find more information about the program here.

M.Sc. in Accounting and Financial Management (120 credits)

The master programme in Accounting and Financial Management will give you expert skills within accounting, auditing, valuations and investments. In addition you will have the opportunity to specialize within one of the following areas.

• Financial Accounting
• Management Control
• Financial Management

The programme leads to a Master of Science (120 credits) in Business and Economics where Business Studies is the main field of study. If you choose to finish your studies after one year with a 15 credit thesis you will recieve a Master of Science (60 credits) in Business and Economics where Business Studies is the main field of study. You can find more information about the program here.

M.Sc. in Management, Communication and IT (120 credits)

This masterprogram combines knowledge in management, communication and IT where specifically the role of IT is examined and how it is used for economic and communication purposes. Students can choose one of four subjects:

• Business
• Information systems
• Human-computer interaction
• Media and communication

The program leads to a Master in Social Science, 120 credits, with any of the four above as the main field of study.

M.Sc. in Social Analysis of Economy and Organisation (60 credits)

This interdisciplinary Master programme brings together some of the most important approaches to understanding the economic world around us and is designed for those who want to draw connections across the social and economic sciences in order to better understand economic phenomena.

The Master programme in Social Analysis of Economy and Organisation has four specialisations:

• Economic history
• Business Studies
• Human Geography
• Sociology

The programme leads to a Master in Social Science (60 credits) with Sociology, Economic History, Business Studies or Social and Economic Geography as the main field of study. You can find more information about the program here.

M.Sc. in Entrepreneurship (60 credits)

This programme enables you to create and develop new business ideas, in your own start-up company or as a business developer in an already existing company or organisation. To be admitted to the programme you must possess a Bachelor’s degree, but no specific knowledge about economics or business is required.

The programme leads to a Master of Social Science (60 credits) where Entrepreneurship is the main field of study. If you are interested you can find more information here.

M.Sc. in Economics (120 credits)

The program provides a solid foundation in modern economics and allows you to choose a specialization of your interest. The first year of the standard track is devoted to core theoretical and empirical methods, while the second year focuses on applications and specialization. This structure allows for your independence and self-reliance to grow as the program progresses. The program ends with a full semester of thesis work which allows you to put your skills to work and show your ability to independently perform advanced analytical tasks. The program prepares you exceptionally well for a career in public administration and private organizations, as well as for any Ph.D. program in economics.

Each year, about 25 students are admitted. The program leads to a Master of Science in Business and Economics (120 credits) with economics as the main field of study. You can find more information about the programme here.

M.Sc. in Statistics (120 credits)

The Master Programme in Statistics at Uppsala University gives a solid foundation in statistical theory and a deeper knowledge in areas such as econometrics, psychometrics and biostatistics.

You can read more about the program here.