Restrictions on taking exams at the Department of Economics

Several courses at the Department of Economics have restrictions, which prevents students from attending courses at lower levels if they have already passed specific courses at 2000, 3000 and 4000 level. It is not possible to improve grades in the courses which have restrictions.

See the list underneath for an overview of the restrictions for the different courses. Be aware of the fact that changes might occur, and the list will be updated accordingly.

Restrictions on bachelor courses

You cannot attend the following courses: If you have already passed on of these courses:
ECON1210 - Forbruker, bedrift og marked
ECON1220 - Velferd og økonomisk politikk
ECON1310 - Økonomisk aktivitet og økonomisk politikk
ECON1410 - Internasjonal økonomi
ECON1500 - Innføring i samfunnsøkonomi for realister
ECON1810 - Strategy and management of organizations (discontinued)
ECON1910 - Poverty and Distribution in Developing Countries
ECON1930 - Development and microeconomics (discontinued)
ECON2130 - Statistikk 1
ECON2200 - Matematikk 1/Mikro 1 (MM1)
ECON2310 - Makroøkonomisk analyse
ECON2915 - Economic Growth
ECON3010 - Anvendt økonomisk analyse
  • Et emne med 4000- eller 5000-kode (gjelder ikke ECON4310, og heller ikke emner med både 3000-og 4000-kode)
ECON3730 - Lønnsfastsettelse og arbeidsmarked

Restrictions for courses offered to both bachelor and master students

(courses with both a 3000 and 4000 code)

You cannot attend the following courses: If you have already passed on of these courses:
ECON3150 - Introductory Econometrics/ECON4150 - Introductory Econometrics
ECON3200 - Microeconomics and Game Theory/ECON4200 - Microeconomics and Game Theory

Restrictions on master level courses

You cannot attend the following courses: If you have already passed on of these courses:
ECON4135 - Applied statistics and econometrics (discontinued)
ECON4310 - Macroeconomic Theory

*You can attend both exams in the same semester, and the exams will not collide

 

Published Apr. 25, 2016 12:11 PM - Last modified Sep. 9, 2016 2:50 PM