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  • Lugar:
    C/ Quintana, 21
    Madrid 28008
  • Duración:
    240 ECTS
  • Condiciones:
    Access to official degrees requires holding a high school diploma or equivalent and passing the exam referred to in Article 42 of the Organic Law 6/2001 of Universities, modified in the Law 4/2007 (12 April), taking into account other mechanisms of access foreseen in existing regulations. The maximum number of 1st year students accepted in the academic is: Madrid Campus (Edif. Quintana): 65 places
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    El Grado se imparte en Inglés
  • Titulación:
    Oficial Title of Degree in Economics


Theoretical foundations of decision-making, financial accounting, model of the determination of public debt in an open economy, money, inflation, unemployment, growth and instruments of economic policy, basic business theory, national and international economic reality, productive sectors, public sectors, economic institutions and their development, basic juridical legislation of civil rights institutions, mercantile laws, labor laws, and fiscal laws.

Instrumental knowledge: linear algebra, differential and integral calculus, statistics, econometrics, probability, simple and multivariable models of regression.


For full-time students doing an undergraduate degree, the maximum period of time allowed to complete the degree is eight years. Part-time students can request an extension of up to two years from the Rector.
In the degrees that have more than to 240 credits (4 years), the maximum stated in the previous section will be increased by one year for each 60 ECTS that are added to the 240 ECTS.
Students have to pass a minimum of two subjects in the first year. Students who are studying part-time have to pass at least one subject in the first academic year.
Students who are studying an official degree at Rey Juan Carlos University have a maximum of four enrollments in each one of the subjects in the study program, without counting previous cancellations of said subjects.


The preferred access track would correspond with the high school diploma in social sciences or science-technology so that the student has had a minimum of mathematical training. Furthermore, it would be advisable that the student had interest in knowing the different relationships that are produced among the economic agents and in trying to find answers through the use of economic models to socio-economic questions that arise daily.


1. To respond to the necessities of existent training in economic matters, facilitating the knowledge of instruments useful for research or for decision-making, as much in the private as the public sectors.
2. To offer a basic overall education in the area of economics along with another, more advanced kind, which permits the specialization in areas in demand by institutions, as much public as private.
3. To offer training that capacitates students to continue on to Masters programs at any national or international university.
4. To offer essential material for the development of competitive advantages in the area of economics, applicable as much in the professional sphere as in research and teaching.
5. To create specific profiles of specialization in the different fields of economics in a way that the necessities of business management, the management of collective aspects, and the economic management of resources are considered.
6. To create the conditions for the development of multidisciplinary lines of research in what is denominated unconventional economics, which today are rapidly advancing in fields like the economics of the justice system, the economic analysis of politics, or the economics of healthcare, to cite only three examples. Apart from the previous, formative objectives, a common objective to all the degrees at URJC is to promote mobility, especially internationally.


1st Course

Economic and Social History
Financial Accounting 
Introduction to Economics
Mathemathical Methods in Economics I
Professional Ethics, Basic Principles of Law and Equality (Introduction to Law)
Statistics I
Computer Science
Corporate Economics
Mathematical Methods in Economics II
Statistics II

2nd Course

Economic Communication
Macroeconomics I
Microeconomics I
Public Finances I
Spanish and world economics I
Business ethics
Macro-economics II
Mercantile law 
micro-economics II
Public Finances II
Spanish and World Economics II
Modern Language

3rd Course

Econometrics I
Economic Policy
Financial Mathematics
International Economics
Taxation Economics
Econometrics II
Economic Analysis
European Economic Integration 
History of the Economic Thought
Monetary and Financial Economics

4th Course

Academic Recognition of Credits
Optional 1
Optional 2
Optional 3
Optional 4
End of Degree Project
Internship Placement

Optional Subjects

Superior Econometrics
Superior Statistic
Applied Econometrics (semipresencial)
Economy of the Welfare State
Growth and Development Economics

Salidas profesionales

With a Degree in Economics we are concerned with the training of professionals capable of developing their professional activity as much in the sphere of private business as in any kind of public organism. The graduate in Economics must be capable of determining the different economic problems that any economy shows and be able to offer possible solutions. Likewise, the graduate in Economics will be a professional capable of carrying out work in management, evaluation, and advising in the institutions or companies in which they work. Among these general functions one finds those of production, financing, investment, and accounting.


As far as competence goes, graduates in Economics must be capable of carrying out good management of resources at any business or organism in which they develop their activity, as well as identifying the principle problems, among others. They must also be able to apply rational analysis and be able to choose from among different alternatives those that are most adequate for the objectives sought.

Graduates must be able to understand and draft reports on regional, national, or international economics, as well as analyze any sector of the economy by applying different economic instruments. Likewise, the graduate will acquire competence in evaluating the current and foreseeable situation with the information available, as much in the economic situation of a company as in the national economy. They must be able to draft economic reports about companies and markets.

The capabilities that we are going to list are based on results described in the Libro Blanco of Economics (ANECA). These abilities are derived taking into account opinions from the academic and professional worlds.

The generic or transversal competence makes reference to the attributes that a particular social group should have, in this case, the university graduates in Economics and they basically refer to organizational capacity and are related to the DEGREE IN ECONOMICS. The generic competence in the sphere of Economics is obtained through interdisciplinary learning.

CT1 Capacity for analysis and synthesis
CT2 Capacity for organization and planning
CT3 Oral and written communication in native language
CT4 Oral and written communication in foreign language
CT5 Knowledge of computer science relative to the field of study
CT6 Ability to analyze and look for information from different sources
CT7 Capacity for problem-solving
CT8 Capacity for decision-making
CT9 Capacity for teamwork
CT10 Interdisciplinary teamwork
CT11 Working in an international context


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