A full semester course load at Uppsala University consists of 30 credits which is equivalent to 30 ECTS.
Courses at the Department of Business Studies are offered as follows;
- Tracks of 22,5 credits running over 3 periods (1-3) (Graduate)
- Courses of 15 credits running over 2 periods (1-2) (Undergraduate)
- Two single courses of 7,5 credits running parallel over 2 periods (3-4) (Graduate and/or undergraduate)
- One single course of 7,5 credits (Graduate and/or undergraduate)
Please note that courses offered in a track or packages cannot be studied separately.
Undergraduate: 2nd year/B-level
Graduate: Master’s level/Advanced level
- 2nd year: minimum 15 credits of Business Studies
- 3rd year: minimum 45 credits of Business Studies
- Master: minimum 90 credits of Business Studies. Only Graduate/Master students are able to take these courses.
Due to Graduate/Master courses being based on prior knowledge in Business Studies, and their high intensity, undergraduate students are not allowed to take these courses.
Please note that Economics and Statistics are not considered as Business Studies.
A minimum of 15 credits must be selected from the Department of Business Studies and a minimum of 22,5 credits in total over 3 study periods is mandatory. Only courses listed on the below course pages are available for incoming students.
If you select courses on the listing below that are not offered by the Department of Business Studies you should be aware of the risk of schedules overlapping. It is the student's responsibilty to check that the course schedules do not collide.
Make sure to choose reserve courses as placement is dependent on availability and eligibility. It is very important that your course selection is approved by your university BEFORE sending us your application.
We do not allow any course changes after the deadline and we do not have an add and drop period.
COURSES IN THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS STUDIES, SPRING 2019
COURSES IN THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS STUDIES, AUTUMN 2019
COURSES IN THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS STUDIES, SPRING 2020