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Cultural Economics
Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication (ESHCC)

IBCoM students may use the elective slots in their Bachelor-2/3 programme to take subjects in Cultural Economics offered by our own faculty. 

Course Code & Title

EC

Term

CC2017 Economics of Arts and Culture*

5

1

CC9007 The Cultural Economic Perspective*

5

1

CC9008 Money and the Arts*

5

1

CC9009 Creative Economy and Creative Organizations*

5

1

CC2008 Values of Culture*

5

2

CC2044  Art Markets in Context*

5

3

CC3105  Economic Aspects of the Cultural Industries*

5

4

* Courses that might be required if you want to continue with a Master’s programme in Cultural Economics.
Check the Upon Graduation pages for more information about which courses you need to take exactly.

Course descriptions, timetables, etc.: http://eshcc.sin-online.nl/studiegids/
Search under the course codes to find the digital undergraduate catalogue with course descriptions.  Click on the link “CHANNEL” and then click on Timetable Classes, Timetable Workgroups, or Exams for more information.


Registration Procedure for Cultural Economics Electives

If you have decided to take courses within Cultural Economics, you will only need to fill in the StudyPlan. You will then automatically be registered for the courses, one week before the start of the term.

1 = Fill in the StudyPlan

Fill in the IBCoM StudyPlan before the deadline of the studyplan for electives.
Latest one week before the start of the term in which the elective takes place, you will be automatically registered for the elective on OSIRIS and Blackboard (subscribing to SIN Online you will have to do yourself!).

2 = Subscribe to the SIN channel(s) for the course(s) you will take

The SIN channel will give you access to the online timetable, workshop and exam registration information.
The subscription to workshops might not be the same procedure as with IBCoM. Please keep an eye on the messages posted on the course channel in SIN-Online or await information at the first lecture.

You will not have to register yourself on OSIRIS; this will be done for you.