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Course details 2010-2011  
    
Standard distribution of credits over different years
Part 1: 60 ECTS-credits
Part 2: 60 ECTS-credits
Part 3: 60 ECTS-credits
Total: 180 ECTS-credits
Bachelor of Social and Economic Sciences (1st part) 1BSEW 2010-2011 

TitleSemesterTheory (hours)Practice/Exercises (hours)CreditsProfessor(s)
Choose a minimum of 6 credits from each study area to get a package of 60 credits:
Domain 1. Business administration
Accounting1st and 2nd semester45,0030,006
Nadine Lybaert
Christine Lippens
Information systems1st semester20,003
Carlos De Backer
Introduction to financial markets 12nd semester30,003
Marc De Ceuster
Steven De Klerck
Introduction to financial markets 22nd semester15,0015,003
Marc De Ceuster
Steven De Klerck
Management and organisation2nd semester4,006
Nathalie Vallet
Evy Sadicaris
Wouter Van Bockhaven
Domain 2. Economical analysis
Economics2nd semester40,0020,006
Walter Nonneman
Julie Kaizen
Introduction to economics1st semester60,0015,006
André Van Poeck
Jan Bouckaert
Kathleen Van Deun
Introduction to general economics1st and 2nd semester60,0020,006
Diana De Graeve
Domain 3. Philosophy and ethics
Philosophy and Philosophy law1st semester60,006
Luc Braeckmans
Fernand Tanghe
Introduction to philosophy2nd semester45,006
Hendrik Opdebeeck
Domain 4. History
Contemporary economical and political history2nd semester30,006
Helma De Smedt
History of Belgium1st semester45,006
Herman Van Goethem
Social and political history2nd semester45,006
Hilde Greefs
Domain 5. Quantitative reasoning (Mathematics is compulsory, choose from Statistics)
Statistics I1st and 2nd semester60,0020,006
Peter Thijssen
Statistics with applications in (business and) economics 11st semester20,0030,003
Anja Struyf
Statistics with applications in (business and) economics 22nd semester20,0030,003
Katrien Van Driessen
Mathematics1st and 2nd semester30,0045,006
Ida Ruts
Domain 7. Law
Sources and Foundations of Law1st semester52,008,007
Jan Velaers
Introduction to law1st semester40,009,006
Daniël Cuypers
Introduction to law and public institutions2nd semester45,006
Patricia Popelier
Domain 8. Sociological analysis ('Society, facts and problems' is compulsory, 6 additional credits to choose)
Introduction to Sociology1st semester45,006
Walter Weyns
Society, facts and problems2nd semester45,006
Bea Cantillon
Sociology and Sociology of Law2nd semester60,006
Bernard Hubeau
Domain 9. Foreign language (minimum 2 levels of 2 languages during the bachelor): 2 to choose from
German for business and economics 11st and 2nd semester15,0030,003
Hans Verboven
English for business and economics 11st and 2nd semester15,0030,003
Diana Phillips
Stephanie Hughes
Craig Rollo
Katia Pelsmaekers
Dirk Daenen
French for business and economics 11st and 2nd semester15,0030,003
Linda Coremans
Spanish for business and economics 11st and 2nd semester15,0030,003
Lieve Vangehuchten
Bachelor of Social and Economic Sciences (2nd part) BSEW 2010-2011 

TitleSemesterTheory (hours)Practice/Exercises (hours)CreditsProfessor(s)
Compose a package of choice for 60 credits
Domain 1. Business Administration: 6 credits (to take in year 2 or in year 3) to choose from the list below (or from domain 1 from the 1st year)
Financial management1st semester45,0015,006
Marc Deloof
Financial reporting and analysis2nd semester30,0030,006
Patrick d'Haens
HRM and labor law2nd semester45,006
Erik Henderickx
Ria Janvier
Logistics and transport1st semester30,003
Eddy Van de Voorde
Management accounting and control1st semester30,003
Anna Jorissen
Marketing management2nd semester45,0015,006
Nathalie Dens
Domain 2. Economical analysis: 18 credits (to take staggered over year 2 and year 3) to choose from the list below whereby 'Micro-economy' and ' Macro-economy' are compulsory
European and international environment2nd semester60,006
Paul Roosens
Vesna Stavrevska
Macroeconomics2nd semester45,0015,006
Willem Meeusen
Kathleen Van Deun
Microeconomics1st semester45,0015,006
Bruno De Borger
Domain 5. Quantitative reasoning: 6 credits (to take in year 2 or in year 3)
Statistics 21st and 2nd semester50,0030,006
Cornelius Van den Bosch
Domain 6. Psychology and anthropology
Anthropology1st semester45,006
Philippe Verbeeck
Anthropology2nd semester45,006
Marie-Claire Foblets
General and social psychology1st semester45,006
Koen Ponnet
Domain 7. Law: 6 credits (to take in year 2 or in year 3) to choose from:
Corporation and law1st semester75,006
Hendrik Vanhees
Tim Wustenberghs
Social Security law1st semester45,006
Ria Janvier
Domain 8. Sociological analyses: 18 credits (spread of year 2 and 3) to choose form the list below whereby 'Sociological authors' is compulsory.
Culture and Media Theory2nd semester45,006
Walter Weyns
Sociology of culture2nd semester45,006
Gert Verschraegen
Introduction to Communication Studies1st semester45,006
Heidi Vandebosch
Introduction to Political Science1st semester45,006
Stefaan Walgrave
Social demography2nd semester45,006
Karel Neels
Sociology of social space2nd semester45,006
Ilse Loots
Sociological Authors2nd semester45,006
Walter Weyns
Sociology of Inequalities1st semester45,006
Dirk Geldof
Sociology of Organizations2nd semester45,006
Jozef Breda
Domain 9. Foreign language: 6 credits (to take in year 2 or in year 3) to choose from
German for business and economics 21st and 2nd semester15,0030,003
Ingeborg Dusar
English for business and economics 21st and 2nd semester15,0030,003
Diana Phillips
Craig Rollo
Stephanie Hughes
Katia Pelsmaekers
Dirk Daenen
French for business and economics 21st and 2nd semester15,0030,003
Dominique Markey
Spanish for business and economics 21st and 2nd semester15,0030,003
Lieve Vangehuchten
10. Main pointt: 24 credits (spreac over year 2 and year 3) to choose from the related domain (in addition of te minimum of 18 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)
11. Optional courses: 15 credits (staggered over year 2 and year 3) to choose from
Current Issues in Belgian Politics2nd semester45,006
Petra Meier
Management information systems1st semester45,006
Wim Van Grembergen
Peter De Bruyn
Mathematical methods in decision making1st semester30,0045,006
Ida Ruts
Philosophy of culture2nd semester45,005
Arthur Cools
Geert Van Eekert
Debating Development1st semester30,003
Danny Cassimon
Social Profit (Chair Acerta)1st semester30,003
Marleen Denef
Media, Rhetoric and Democracy2nd semester45,006
Christ'l De Landtsheer
Philippe De Vries
Optimization for economists1st semester45,006
Wilfried Parys
Social and Political Philosophy1st semester45,006
Peter Reynaert
Institutions and Stuctures of Press and Audiovisual Media2nd semester45,006
Hilde Van den Bulck
13. Integration
Bachelor's thesis partim I: Seminar Economic Policy1st and 2nd semester15,0030,006
Wilfried Parys
Hans Verboven
Bachelor of Social and Economic Sciences (3rd part) 3BSEW 2010-2011 

TitleSemesterTheory (hours)Practice/Exercises (hours)CreditsProfessor(s)
Compose a package of choice for 60 credits
Domain 1. Business Administration: 6 credits (to take in year 2 or in year 3) to choose from the list below (or from domain 1 from the 1st and the 2nd year)
Production management1st semester15,0015,003
Carlos Ocampo y Vilas
Liesje De Boeck
Dorien Herremans
Domain 2. Economical analysis: 18 credits (to take staggered over year 2 and year 3) to choose from the list below (or from domain 2 from the 2nd year)
Economics of global policy issues1st semester60,006
Walter Nonneman
History of economic thought2nd semester45,006
Guido Erreygers
International economics and European integration2nd semester60,006
Paul Roosens
Market and strategy2nd semester30,006
Jan Bouckaert
Microeconomic policy analysis2nd semester45,006
Bruno De Borger
Public economics and public finances1st semester45,006
Jacques Vanneste
Domein 5. Quantitative reasoning: 6 credits (to take in year 2 or in year 3) to choose from domain 5 from the 2nd year
Introduction tot econometrics, with exercises1st semester45,006
Hilde Meersman
Domain 7. Law: 6 credits (to take in year 2 or in year 3) to choose from domain 7 from the 2nd year
Domain 8. Sociological analysis: 18 credits (staggered over year 2 and year 3) to choose from the list below (or from domain 8 from the 2nd year)
Sociology of labour2nd semester45,006
Erik Henderickx
Public administration1st semester45,006
Wouter Van Dooren
Comparative Politics1st semester45,006
Brandon Zicha
Introduction to international relations1st semester45,006
Tom Sauer
10. Major: continuation choice from year 2
11. Optional courses: 15 credits (staggered over year 2 and year 3) to choose from
Sports economics2nd semester30,006
Stefan Kesenne
Visual Communication Theory1st semester45,006
Luc Pauwels
German for business and economics 31st and 2nd semester15,0030,003
Hans Verboven
English for business and economics 31st and 2nd semester15,0030,003
Diana Phillips
Craig Rollo
Stephanie Hughes
Katia Pelsmaekers
Dirk Daenen
French for business and economics 31st and 2nd semester15,0030,003
Linda Coremans
Spanish for business and economics 31st and 2nd semester15,0030,003
Lieve Vangehuchten
12. Compulsory course
World view1st and 2nd semester30,003
Patrick Loobuyck
Walter Van Herck
13. Integration (both courses are compulsory)
Bachelor's thesis partim II: Seminar Topics of social and economic policy1st and 2nd semester25,006
Ive Marx
Social and economic analysis1st semester45,006
Frank Vandenbroucke