Economics - Management, Law - Political Science - Administration

BI LICENCE ECONOMICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE

  • Targeted level of study

    BAC +3

  • ECTS

    180 credits

  • Duration

    3 years

  • Training structure

    Faculty of Economics, Faculty of Law and Political Science

Presentation

Resolutely multidisciplinary, the "Science éco - science po" bi-licence is designed to meet the requirements of the new growth professions, particularly in the fields of the environment, energy, decision support, development projects or transnational governance and the regulation of complex societies.

Students follow the basic courses of the two bachelor degrees in economics (taught on the Richter site) and political science (on the site of the Faculty of Law and Political Science), the University of Montpellier being the only one to date to offer this type of course.

 

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Objectives

The aim is to train managers who, with their skills in the fields of economics, political science and, more generally, social sciences and national and international institutions, will be able to hold positions of responsibility in the public and private sectors, in France or internationally.

 

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Programme

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Licence 1st year

Resolutely multidisciplinary, the "Science éco - science po" bi-licence is designed to meet the requirements of the new growth professions, particularly in the fields of the environment, energy, decision support, development projects or transnational governance and the regulation of complex societies.

Students follow the basic courses of the two bachelor degrees in economics (taught on the Richter site) and political science (on the site of the Faculty of Law and Political Science), the University of Montpellier being the only one to date to offer this type of course

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  • EU English 1

    2 credits
  • Business economics

  • Principles of economics

  • EU History of Social Sciences

  • History of economic facts

  • Mathematics for economists -1-

  • EU International Relations

    3 credits
  • UE Introduction to Political Science 1

    4 credits
    • CM Introduction to Political Science 1

    • TD Introduction to Political Science 1

  • EU French political life 1

    4 credits
    • CM French political life 1

    • TD French political life 1

  • Optional

    • PIX optional option

    • Optional option Student project

    • Voltaire Certification Optional Option

    • Optional option Sport

  • Optional

    • Performing arts optional option

    • Optional sport option

    • Voltaire Certification Optional Option

    • Optional option Student project

    • Optional option PIX Semester 2

  • EU English 2

    2 credits
  • Macroeconomics 1

  • Statistics 1

  • Microeconomics 1

  • UE Constitutional Law of the Fifth Republic

  • EU Administrative Institutions

  • EU Introduction to Political Science 2

    4 credits
    • CM Introduction to Political Science 2

    • TD Introduction to Political Science 2

  • EU Political Life under the Fifth Republic

    4 credits
  • Contemporary Economic Problems

Licence 2nd year

Resolutely multidisciplinary, the "Science éco - science po" bi-licence is designed to meet the requirements of the new growth professions, particularly in the fields of the environment, energy, decision support, development projects or transnational governance and the regulation of complex societies.

Students follow the basic courses of the two bachelor degrees in economics (taught on the Richter site) and political science (on the site of the Faculty of Law and Political Science), the University of Montpellier being the only one to date to offer this type of course.

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  • Optional

    • Voltaire Certification Optional Option

    • PIX optional option

    • Optional option Sport

    • Optional option Student project

  • Microeconomics 2

    6 credits
  • EU Political Communication

    3 credits
  • Computer Science S3

    2 credits
  • English S3

    2 credits
  • EU Historical Sociology of the State

    4 credits
  • Macroeconomics 2

    6 credits
  • EU Mobilizations and social movements

    4 credits
    • CM Mobilizations and social movements

    • TD Mobilizations and social movements

  • Development Institutions

    2 credits
  • Statistics 2

    5 credits
  • UE General culture 1 : major political and social issues

  • Optional

    • Performing arts optional option

    • Optional option Sport

    • Voltaire Certification Optional Option

    • PIX optional option

    • Optional option Student project

  • Mathematics for Economists - 2 -

    5 credits
  • UE General Culture 2 : current affairs lectures

  • EU Western Political Systems 1

    4 credits
    • CM Western political system 1

    • TD Western political system 1

  • English S4

    2 credits
  • Macroeconomics 3

    6 credits
  • EU Political Theory

  • UE Classics of Sociology 1

    3 credits
  • Economic demography

    2 credits
  • Computer Science S4

    2 credits
  • Microeconomics 3

    6 credits

Licence 3rd year

Resolutely multidisciplinary, the "Science éco - science po" bi-licence is designed to meet the requirements of the new growth professions, particularly in the fields of the environment, energy, decision support, development projects or transnational governance and the regulation of complex societies.

Students follow the basic courses of the two bachelor degrees in economics (taught on the Richter site) and political science (on the site of the Faculty of Law and Political Science), the University of Montpellier being the only one to date to offer this type of course.

See the full page of this course

  • Optional

    • Optional option Sport

    • PIX optional option

    • Voltaire Certification Optional Option

    • Optional option Toeic S5 preparation

    • Optional option Student project

  • EU Major international issues

    4 credits
    • TD Major international issues

    • CM Major international issues

  • EU Introduction to public policy

    6 credits
    • CM Introduction to Public Policy

      4 credits
    • TD Introduction to Public Policy

      2 credits
  • History of economic thought

    4 credits
  • Preparation for the Grand Oral 1

    2 credits
  • Applied economics

    2 credits
  • EU Dictatorial regimes

    3 credits
  • Industrial organization

    5 credits
  • English S5

    2 credits
  • Advanced Contemporary Economic Issues

    3 credits
  • EU Political Science of Europe

    4 credits
  • Financial analysis

    4 credits
  • EU Western Political Systems 2

    6 credits
    • CM Western Political Systems 2

      4 credits
    • TD Western Political Systems 2

      2 credits
  • English S6

    2 credits
  • International economy

    4 credits
  • UE General culture 3 : Contemporary political issues

  • UE Classics of Sociology 2

    3 credits
  • Data base

    4 credits
  • Epistemology of social sciences

    2 credits
  • Student Personal Project

    2 credits
  • Preparation for the Grand Oral 2

    4 credits
  • Economic and social policy

    5 credits
  • Optional

    • PIX optional option

    • Voltaire Certification Optional Option

    • Optional option Student project

    • Optional option Sport

    • Performing arts optional option

    • Optional option Toeic S6 preparation

Admission

Conditions of access

Applications for admission to Licence 1 are examined by a review panel:

  • Première, terminale and baccalauréat grades (early and final tests)
  • Common culture base: French; Philosophy; History and geography; Moral and civic education; Modern languages; Scientific and digital humanities
  • Specialisation: History, Geography, Geopolitics and Political Science; Economic and Social Sciences; Humanities, Literature and Philosophy; Mathematics; Foreign Languages and Literatures; Digital and Computer Science
  • Optional courses: Law and major issues of the contemporary world; modern language 3
  • Future sheet
  • Coherence of the training project
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Capacity

30 seats

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Necessary pre-requisites

  • A strong interest in economic, political and social issues and, more broadly, in the functioning of contemporary societies
  • A real aptitude for written and oral expression
  • Proven skills in mathematics - statistics
  • A clear ability to understand and analyse documents,
  • Proven ability to work independently and in an organised manner
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And then

Further studies

The dual competence sought should make it possible to invest in the best masters degrees in each discipline, or multidisciplinary masters co-habilitated in political science and economics to prepare students for future jobs.

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