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Degree in Economics

240 credits - Faculty of Economics and Business

Entry Profile

The Degree in Economics is suitable for those interested in developing a professional career in any area of economics, business or public administration, as well as for those interested in analysing all types of social problems (the environment, poverty and development, globalisation, etc.). Students on the degree must possess intellectual curiosity and an ability to analyse and adapt. They should be willing to work steadily and responsibly, undertake teamwork and foster interpersonal relationships.

Entry information

Number of places. Academic year 2019-20: 90

Course entry methods

Course entry methods Preferences
Students who have passed a university entrance examination (1)
Higher vocational graduates (2)
(3) Weighted subjects in the voluntary stage. Academic year 2019-20:
  • Business economics (0,2)
  • French II (0,1)
  • German II (0,1)
  • Mathematics for the Social Sciences II (0,2)
  • Mathematics II (0,2)
Those who have passed the over-25s entrance examination Social and Legal Sciences  
University graduates  
Over-40s who have accredited professional or work experience  
Those who have passed the over-45s entrance examination  
University programmes started at another UIB campus  
Specific students who have a high-school diploma without the PAU  
Official Spanish university studies already begun  
Overseas university studies already begun or finished without being officially accredited  
Admission mark calculation
For programmes with limited places, the entrance mark for courses will be calculated in accordance with the following criteria:
(1) For entry with high-school diploma or equivalent (PAU: university entrance exam) , the entrance mark is calculated (out of 14 points) with the entrance mark and the two best weighted marks from passed subjects, in accordance with the weighting parameters.
(2) For entry with a higher vocational qualification , the entrance mark is calculated (out of 14 points) with the average from the training course and the two best weighted marks from subjects passed in the PAU entrance block, in accordance with the weighting parameters.
(3) For further information, please see the full details of the weighting parameters for university admission

Cut-off markNotas de corte

 

Validations

Credit Recognition and Transfer Committee for GECO

Accreditation grid for first and second cycle curricula and new curricula (degree)

Table of equivalences by curriculum Degree in Economics

Business Administration and Management
Business Administration and Management Degree in Economics
  • 2200: Introduction to Accountancy I
  • 2609: Introduction to Accountancy II
20621: Analysis of Accounting Information
2600: Business Economics I
20607: Introduction to Business
2601: Spanish and World Economy I
20611: Economic Structure and Situation
2602: Economic Statistics
20606: Analysis of Economic Data
2603: Introduction to Economics
20600: Economic Environment
2604: Mathematics of Financial Operations I
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
  • 2605: Mathematical Methods for Economics I
  • 2606: Mathematical Methods for Economics II
20601: Mathematics
  • 2606: Mathematical Methods for Economics II
  • 2607: Introduction to Law
20608: Optimisation
2607: Introduction to Law
20400: Basic Notions of Law
2612: Introduction to Econometrics
20612: Introduction to Econometrics
2613: Macroeconomics I
20613: Macroeconomics I
2614: Macroeconomics II
20618: Macroeconomics II
2615: Microeconomics I
20605: Microeconomics
2619: Commercial Law
21211: Comporate Law
2623: Financial Management I
20615: Financial Economics
2627: Economics of Natural Resources and the Environment
20620: Environmental Economics
2634: Industrial Economics
20614: Industrial Organisation
2640: Tax System
20604: Tax System
2641: Tax System II
20604: Tax System
2641: Tax System II
20647: Corporation Tax
2642: Tax System III
20646: Personal Income Tax
2643: Area Treasury Departments
20645: Autonomic and Local Finance
2645: Economy of Tourism
20626: Economy of Tourism
2647: Administrative Law
20639: Administrative Law

Business Studies (2002 syllabus)
Business Studies (2002 syllabus) Degree in Economics
2185: Analysis of Financial Operations I
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
  • 2186: Mathematics I
  • 2187: Mathematics II
20601: Mathematics
  • 2400: Financial Accounting I
  • 2401: Financial Accounting II
20621: Analysis of Accounting Information
  • 2400: Financial Accounting I
  • 2401: Financial Accounting II
20650: Accountancy
2404: Political Economy
20600: Economic Environment
2405: Introduction to Law
20400: Basic Notions of Law
2406: Economic History
20603: Economic History
2407: Economic Statistics
20606: Analysis of Economic Data
2414: Microeconomics
20605: Microeconomics
2418: Macroeconomics
20613: Macroeconomics I
2421: Introduction to Business Economics
20607: Introduction to Business
2619: Commercial Law
21211: Comporate Law
2627: Economics of Natural Resources and the Environment
20620: Environmental Economics
2640: Tax System
20604: Tax System
2641: Tax System II
20647: Corporation Tax
2642: Tax System III
20646: Personal Income Tax
2643: Area Treasury Departments
20645: Autonomic and Local Finance

Law (1997 syllabus)
Law (1997 syllabus) Degree in Economics
2901: Political Economy and the Public Treasury
20600: Economic Environment
2910: Administrative Law I
20639: Administrative Law
2915: Introduction to Commercial Law
20400: Basic Notions of Law
2922: Commercial Law I
21211: Comporate Law

Economics
Economics Degree in Economics
  • 2200: Introduction to Accountancy I
  • 2609: Introduction to Accountancy II
20621: Analysis of Accounting Information
  • 2200: Introduction to Accountancy I
  • 2609: Introduction to Accountancy II
20650: Accountancy
2201: Economic History I
20603: Economic History
2202: Economic History II
20657: Progress of Spain in International Order
2204: Public Sector Economics
20616: Public Sector
2205: Higher Microeconomics I
20614: Industrial Organisation
2206: Higher Microeconomics II
20619: Information Economics
  • 2207: Econometric Models
  • 2625: Econometrics
20617: Microeconometrics
  • 2207: Econometric Models
  • 2625: Econometrics
20623: Macroeconometrics
2208: Applied Economics
20654: European Economics
2209: Higher macroeconomics I
20622: Growth
2210: Higher Macroeconomics II
20624: Cycles and Policies
2212: History of Economic Thinking
20656: History of Economic Thinking
2217: Regional and Urban Economics
20633: Regional and Urban Economics
2441: International Economics
20627: International Economics
2442: Labour Economics
20642: Education and Labour Market
2600: Business Economics I
20607: Introduction to Business
2601: Spanish and World Economy I
20611: Economic Structure and Situation
2602: Economic Statistics
20606: Analysis of Economic Data
2603: Introduction to Economics
20600: Economic Environment
2604: Mathematics of Financial Operations I
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
  • 2605: Mathematical Methods for Economics I
  • 2606: Mathematical Methods for Economics II
20601: Mathematics
  • 2606: Mathematical Methods for Economics II
  • 2617: Mathematical Methods for Eocnomics III
20608: Optimisation
2607: Introduction to Law
20400: Basic Notions of Law
2612: Introduction to Econometrics
20612: Introduction to Econometrics
2613: Macroeconomics I
20613: Macroeconomics I
2614: Macroeconomics II
20618: Macroeconomics II
2615: Microeconomics I
20605: Microeconomics
2619: Commercial Law
21211: Comporate Law
2623: Financial Management I
20615: Financial Economics
2627: Economics of Natural Resources and the Environment
20620: Environmental Economics
2640: Tax System
20604: Tax System
2641: Tax System II
20646: Personal Income Tax
2642: Tax System III
20647: Corporation Tax
2643: Area Treasury Departments
20645: Autonomic and Local Finance
2647: Administrative Law
20639: Administrative Law

Degree in Business Administration
Degree in Business Administration Degree in Economics
20400: Basic Notions of Law
20400: Basic Notions of Law
20600: Economic Environment
20600: Economic Environment
20601: Mathematics
20601: Mathematics
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
20604: Tax System
20604: Tax System
20605: Microeconomics
20605: Microeconomics
20606: Analysis of Economic Data
20606: Analysis of Economic Data
20607: Introduction to Business
20607: Introduction to Business
20625: Economic Evaluation of Projects
20625: Economic Evaluation of Projects
20631: Economic and Political Regulation of Competition
20631: Economic and Political Regulation of Competition
20632: Survey Analysis and Multivariate Techniques
20632: Survey Analysis and Multivariate Techniques
20637: Evaluation of Public Policies
20637: Evaluation of Public Policies
20638: Public Management
20638: Public Management
20639: Administrative Law
20639: Administrative Law
20641: Management of Public Contracting
20641: Management of Public Contracting
20642: Education and Labour Market
20642: Education and Labour Market
20646: Personal Income Tax
20646: Personal Income Tax
20647: Corporation Tax
20647: Corporation Tax
20648: Consumption Tax
20648: Consumption Tax
20649: International Taxation
20649: International Taxation
21145: Business English
21145: Business English
21200: Finance Accounting I
20621: Analysis of Accounting Information
21201: Finance Accounting II
20650: Accountancy
21202: Financial Economics
20615: Financial Economics
21205: Econometrics
20612: Introduction to Econometrics
21209: Industrial Economics
20614: Industrial Organisation
21210: Spanish and World Economics
20611: Economic Structure and Situation
21211: Comporate Law
21211: Comporate Law

Degree in Tourism
Degree in Tourism Degree in Economics
20500: Introduction to Tourism
20626: Economy of Tourism
20505: Organisational Design and Human Resources
20628: Management and Incentives in Organisations
20510: Quantitative Analysis of Tourist Activity
20606: Analysis of Economic Data
  • 20511: Financial Accounting I
  • 20512: Financial Accounting II
  • 20621: Analysis of Accounting Information
  • 20650: Accountancy
20513: Microeconomic Analysis of Tourism
20605: Microeconomics
20518: English III
21145: Business English
20521: Environmental Economics in Tourist Areas
20620: Environmental Economics
20526: Taxation System
20604: Tax System
  • 20529: Internship I
  • 20530: Internship II
20630: Practical Placements
20543: Economic Context and International Conditioning
20611: Economic Structure and Situation
20544: Regional Economy
20633: Regional and Urban Economics

Tourism (1998 syllabus)
Tourism (1998 syllabus) Degree in Economics
2202: Economic History II
20657: Progress of Spain in International Order
2601: Spanish and World Economy I
20611: Economic Structure and Situation
2800: Introduction to Economics
20600: Economic Environment
2802: Law and Legislation
20400: Basic Notions of Law
2804: Accounting
20621: Analysis of Accounting Information
2807: Business Organization and Management I
20607: Introduction to Business
2817: Economy of Tourism
20626: Economy of Tourism
2823: Finance
20602: Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations
2843: English II
21145: Business English

Automatic accreditation between higher technical programmes and university courses

Automatic accreditation of credits between courses on higher degree training cycles from the professional groups in the Balearic Islands and university degree courses in Economics
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20400 - Basic Notions of Law 6
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
20650 - Accountancy 6
Electives 6
Total 30
CFGS Administration and finances
Subject Credits
20400 - Basic Notions of Law 6
20602 - Introduction to Markets and Financial Operations 6
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
20650 - Accountancy 6
Total 30
CFGS Senior Technician in Marketing and Advertising
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
20632 - Survey Analysis and Multivariate Techniques 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
20650 - Accountancy 6
Electives 6
Total 30
CFGS Senior Technician in Management of Sales and Commercial Spaces
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
20632 - Survey Analysis and Multivariate Techniques 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
20650 - Accountancy 6
Electives 6
Total 30
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
20634 - Transport Economics 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
20650 - Accountancy 6
20653 - Economic Internationalization and Foreign Trade 6
Total 30
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
20626 - Economy of Tourism 6
20635 - Economic Analysis of Tourism 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
Electives 6
Total 30
CFGS Senior Technician in Travel Agencies and Events Management
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
20626 - Economy of Tourism 6
20635 - Economic Analysis of Tourism 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
Electives 6
Total 30
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
20626 - Economy of Tourism 6
20635 - Economic Analysis of Tourism 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
Electives 6
Total 30
CFGS Senior Technician in Kitchen Management
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
20626 - Economy of Tourism 6
20635 - Economic Analysis of Tourism 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
Electives 6
Total 30
CFGS .
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
20626 - Economy of Tourism 6
20635 - Economic Analysis of Tourism 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
Electives 6
Total 30
CFGS Senior Technician in Sociocultural and Tourist Organisation
Subject Credits
20607 - Introduction to Business 6
20642 - Education and Labour Market 6
Electives 6
Total 18

Accreditation of English Skills

In order to be awarded the degree, students must show that they have reached a level of English by the end of their course that equates to level B2 in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), in accordance with how this requirement is stipulated in the curriculum. The different ways to attain this are:

  1. passing the specific English language course on the curriculum.
  2. handing in a certificate or accreditation, recognised by the UIB, which shows the student has obtained a minimum level of English equivalent to B2 in the CEFR.
  3. passing a set number of subjects taught in English on the degree course.
  4. passing a set number of subjects taught in English on a mobility programme.

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