IEM transitional arrangements 2014-2015

Transitional arrangements IEM 2014-2015

IEM general

Per September 2014 some changes will be implemented in the IEM study program. The changes are mentioned below. Student’s from cohort 2012 and 2013 in general should not be effected in studying the obligatory courses by those changes. If student’s face problems in their approved study planning due to rescheduled courses please contact your program coordinator or the study counselor.

Exam problems are not foreseen.

1.

Rescheduling

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194121110 Introduction to Industrial Engineering and Management

This obligatory course is now scheduled in the first quartile instead of the second.

Students who encounter study planning problems can contact their specialization coordinator.

Financial Engineering and Management
Courses not offered anymore

· 191515603 Introduction to Investment Theory (quartile 1)

This obligatory course is not offered anymore. The last re-sit has been offered.

· 191515101 Introduction to Risk Theory

This obligatory course is not offered anymore. End of quartile four 2014 a re-sit is offered.

· 191861641 Financial Accounting

This elective course is not offered anymore. End of quartile four 2014 a re-sit will be offered for the last time.

2.

Obligatory

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191860651 Micro Economics

This was an elective course but this will be an obligatory course since cohort 2014

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201000202 Management Control for Financial Institutions

This course was an elective but is obligatory since cohort 2014

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201200138 Special Topics in Financial Engineering will become a 5EC course in quartile 2, instead of 2x 2,5 EC (quartile 1 and 2). If students are studying abroad for a semester instead the course Introduction Risk Theory can be taken in the first year.

3.

Extra electives

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194110140 Cost Management and Engineering - Foundations

This 3EC second quartile course is offered as elective. We advise to take this course parallel with 194110130.

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194110130 Cost Management & Engineering - External Private Domain

This 2nd quartile course of 2 EC can be taken as elective. If student prefer 5EC courses, this course can be taken together with Cost Management and Engineering – Foundations of 3 EC, also in the second quartile.

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194105070 Information Systems for the Financial Services Industry

This 4th quartile course is offered as elective for Financial Engineering and Management

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191521800 Game Theory

A first quartile elective course for Financial Engineering and Management

Health Care Technology Management

201100002 Health Care Purchasing will be offered as elective. This course can only be taken if the course ‘91820160 purchasing’ is not part of the program.