Elective Courses

A range of elective courses is offered in social sciences and humanities. Students have freedom to pursue their interests as they develop. To fulfil final degree requirements, students should select two electives of interest.

The Humanities electives offer language courses (French, German, Latvian for Foreigners, Russian, Spanish, Swedish), philosophy, argumentation skills, etc.

The Social Sciences electives allow for broadening the scope of studies; and students can choose to study economic history, game theory, globalization issues and development, audit and taxation in Baltics (sponsored by KPMG Latvia), business-to-business marketing, entrepreneurship and creativity, and innovation and economics.


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